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Gene Colabatistto: CAE Continues Market Expansion Push to Naval, Land Training

Gene Colabatistto

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 29, 2018 — Gene Colabatistto, president of the defense and security group at CAE, has said the company will continue to explore the naval and land training markets over the next year as it expands beyond its established business in military aviation.

He told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published May 21 that CAE also plays a role in efforts to address pilot shortage by utilizing training techniques geared toward targeted correction of weaknesses, as well as to build interoperability of training systems by adopting the Common Database Standard and forming partnerships for technology integration.

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