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PRODUCTS & SERVICES


Kachemak Bay Flying Service (KBFS) provides academic and tactical flight instruction at Crestview, Florida, in air-land, airdrop, Intelligence, and ISR missions using the Pilatus PC-12NG and Cessna 208B/EX aircraft. KBFS instructors guide domestic and foreign students through country-specific academics and scenario-based simulation and live-fly events, culminating in USAF-approved checkrides. KBFS’ uniquely integrated Pilot and MSO training approach consistently yields outstanding results and student reviews from U.S. and Partner Nation security forces.


“Although the program is very structured as per Air Force Standards, it felt specifically tailored to my experience level . . . from the very first mission I was ready to get the job done with my [indigenous] co-pilot and mission-system operator (MSO). The integrated training of both pilot and MSO duties proved on a number of occasions its value.” - Sean Cosme, Maj, USAF


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Integrated PTT and Tracking Aero Dispatch Solution


The powerful combination of NI-Track (www.ni-track. com), SATRAD MATRIX iSeries (interconnects Satellite and terrestrial PTT networks), and Flightcell DMZx (all-in-one solution for cellular & satellite voice, data communications) ensures dispatchers can reliably communicate with airborne assets operating outside of traditional ground-based Push- to-Talk capabilities. In the air, aircraft are fitted with Flightcell DZMx allowing satellite communication with ground-based dispatch centers equipped with SATRAD MATRIX allowing dispatchers and ground units to communicate directly with the aircraft. NI-Track updates is updated with the Aircraft’s GPS location in the online application map. The result is a solution that integrates terrestrial and satellite PTT communications with real-time locations of airborne assets.


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Nov/Dec 2018


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