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U.S. Air Force adopts Fox Training Management System to streamline training operations


On Oct. 28, Britannica Knowledge Systems, a leading provider of integrated training and readiness management solutions, announced that their Fox training management system (TMS) has been acquired by the 4th Fighter Wing of the U.S. Air Force. Fox enables the fighter squadrons to centralize and simplify training operations management and improve learning for enhanced readiness.

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U.S. Air Force adopts Fox Training Management System to streamline training operations

F-15E Strike Eagle Team of the 4th Fighter Wing, Seymour Johnson AFB, NC (Picture source: U.S. Air Force)


Fox will support the Wing’s training operation which includes initial and recurring courses for pilots and WSOs (Weapons Security Officers) by providing advanced capabilities to simplify complex scheduling and allocation of classrooms, simulators, flights, instructors and trainees.

In addition, the 4thWing will use Fox’s Learning Management System (LMS), the Fox mobile grading app, and Fox’s qualificationcapabilities. To enable essential data transfer, the project includes integration between Fox and Patriot Excalibur (PEX) software that coordinates scheduling and related activities throughout the Air Force. Fox has been supplied and implemented by CAE USA, Britannica Knowledge Systems long-term partner.