April 1, 2020 – Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Detachment 12 (Det 12) has purchased a FLAMES Runtime License to contribute to the Command and Control Weapons System Part Task Trainer (C2WSPTT), a modeling and simulation capability that is based on Ternion’s FLAMES Simulation Framework. The AFLCMC Det 12 uses C2WSPTT to support in-garrison training for Air Operations Center (AOC) units.
February 3, 2020 – General Dynamics Mission Systems in Scottsdale, Arizona has purchased additional licenses for the FLAMES Automated Simulation Trainer (FAST). FAST was made to serve as the central constructive simulation in live-virtual-constructive training exercises and is used as the embedded training simulation for the United States Marine Corps’ Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S)….
August 13, 2020 – The Polish Ministry of Defense has purchased two FLAMES Runtime Licenses to support the PSR-A Pilica, a very short-range air defense system (VSHORAD) developed by a consortium of Polish Defense Companies.
November 23, 2020 – Bell Flight in Fort Worth, Texas has purchased a FLAMES Core Runtime License, which will be used to operate a COA-DB flight deck simulation. Bell additionally purchased the 3D Runtime Option, DIS Runtime Option, and CIGI Runtime Option to extend the capability of the FLAMES Runtime Suite.
December 22, 2020 – The Turkish Joint Force Air Command (JFAC) has purchased a FLAMES license to be used in training exercises. FLAMES keeps exercises cost-effective for the JFAC while providing opportunities for their personnel to gain valuable experience.
June 19, 2019 – The Aviation Faculty of the Bulgarian Military University conducted a tactical exercise using the FLAMES Runtime Suite to simulate the defense of a nuclear station. They prepared five different training scenarios with intruders at various heights, making changes to altitude, speed, and position of the units to test the scenario under multiple conditions. Pilot, ATC,…