Pilot Training Systems
- Program Development
- Courseware Development
- Operations and Management
Flight operations and flight training instructional system design is perhaps the signature product of Argent Technologies. Our staff of combat veteran consulting partners features a suite of fighter pilots with over 135 years experience and 30,000 flight hours in high performance fighter and trainer aircraft. Together, they have developed over thirty training programs used domestically and abroad. Two of our consulting partners are current and qualified in privately registered T-38 and F-5 aircraft. All five consulting partners carry current instructor ratings in a broad range of aircraft to include transport pilot and CFII.
We've developed and/or executed civilian training programs, military programs and unique outsourced contract programs supporting the military blue suit and allied training requirements. Our programs feature full ISD process and are backed by ISO and USAF military flight standards for development and execution. There is no flight training program we cannot develop, source, implement and execute.
F-5A/B aircraft destined for a contract post graduate flight training program designed and built by current staff partners of Argent technologies.
Fifth generation fighters require unique training techniques coupled with embedded, correlated virtual training capabilities to optimize scarce resources. Argent Technologies, is familiar with these techniques and has contacts with major defense contractors to provide/demonstrate this capability.
F-5 and T-38 aircraft destined for modification to support DoD adversary training of legacy and fifth generation fighters
Argent Technologies has several partnering arrangements with universities and flight schools to provide flight training and flight screening programs for civilian, allies and DoD.
Partnership with commercial flight training organizations and university sponsored tech training programs greatly enhances quality of performance and range of services provided while minimizing costs.
The German built Grob 110E aircraft planned to support flight training for USAF aeromedical physicians. Argent Technologies designed this training program, sourced aircraft and performed business modeling for a DoD prime contractor bidding the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine flight training program.