BSI Delivers Another MACE License to USAF Training

to NAS Pensacola Florida

479th Flying Training Group

BSI delivers another MACE license to the USAF’s 479th Operational Support Squadron for Navigator/Combat Systems Officer (CSO) training at Pensacola NAS, Florida.  The 479th is adding additional stations to an advanced instructional phase teaching student CSOs sensor operations since many will transition to aircraft requiring this skillset.  MACE was selected due to its ease of use, extensive capabilities in pattern of life generation, weapons employment, and electronic warfare.

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