DynaLantic Corp. is pleased to announce their DynaFlight Training Center provided simulator flight training for four NASA Kennedy Space Center Huey II pilots. This training allowed these pilots to complete their annual emergency procedures training utilizing DynaLantic’s Huey II flight simulator, a one-of-a-kind resource. The one-day training session enabled these pilots to repeatedly and safely execute in-flight helicopter emergencies encompassing inadvertent flight into bad weather, hydraulic failure, tail rotor loss, engine failure, and auto-rotation to touchdown. While every pilot strives to avoid mishaps in their flying career, having the appropriate training can provide calm, planned, and practiced reactions – making the difference between life and death should a real emergency occur. David Ramsey, Kennedy Space Center Chief of Flight Operations said, “The simulator training was very beneficial for our team as it allowed us to practice and hone skills for situations not often encountered and/or cannot be safely conducted in the actual aircraft.”
About DynaLantic: DynaLantic Corp. is an SBA-certified HUBZone small business in Ozark, AL. Established in 1984, DynaLantic manufactures training systems and simulators, and currently conducts flight simulator training for AH-1 Cobra, UH- 1H Huey, Huey II, and AH-64A Apache aircraft in coordination with PM-NSRW at Redstone Arsenal, the Department of State, and through direct commercial sales.
About NASA: The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is an independent agency of the executive branch of the United States federal government responsible for the civilian space program, as well as aeronautics and aerospace research.