CAE, Leonardo to Offer Helicopter Training Tech in US Gov’t Market; Ray Duquette Quoted

Ray Duquette

A CAE (NYSE: CAE) subsidiary and Leonardo have signed a memorandum of agreement to provide helicopter training platforms and services for U.S. government and foreign military sales clients. CAE USA and Leonardo will work together to come up with a flight training package and provide helicopters, courseware, simulators, training devices and related services tailored to the needs of customers, CAE said Friday.

“We look forward to collaborating with Leonardo on training opportunities in the U.S. military market related to Leonardo’s range of helicopter platforms,” said Ray Duquette, president and general manager of CAE USA.

CAE USA will leverage its experience in helicopter training and simulation to provide U.S. customers with integrated training systems.

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