A TRAINING SYSTEM enabling Royal Navy maintenance technicians to become familiar with the cockpit layout of the British Aerospace Sea Harrier F/A2 has been delivered to the Royal Navy Air School at Yeovilton by VEGA, the UK-based software and systems engineering group. The cockpit orientation trainer, built by subcontractor Ogle Design, is part of a wider £3.5 million scheme covering the provision of 27 computer workstations providing students with a "virtual" Sea Harrier capable of being used to teach fault diagnosis. The system is due to be accepted by the Navy in April.

Source: Flight International