The mission of Naval Air Training Command is to train combat-quality aviation professionals, deploying them at the right time, in the right numbers, and at the right cost to the Joint Forces for mission tasking worldwide.
What does NAVTRACOM stand for?
NAVTRACOM stands for Naval Air Training Command
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The Buckeye's replacement, T-45C Goshawk, is already being flown by other units in the Naval Air Training Command.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The Naval Air Training Command produces the world's finest combat-quality aviators, ready on arrival for tasking in the Global War on Terror.
Having recently assumed command of the Naval Safety Center after heading the Naval Air Training Command, I ant well aware of the dangers our pilots and flight crews lace daily.
on 30 April 1969, the Naval Air Training Command used the T-2C for basic jet training.
Naval Air Training Command (NATRACOM) has awarded Lockheed Martin the Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA) Classroom and Simulator Services contract valued at $82.
In addition, support will be provided to all the Naval Air Training Command aircraft and other selected operational aircraft, including the Navy's Blue Angel Flight Demonstration Team, as well as related support equipment.
New-Aviation Training Program Introduced The Naval Air Training Command began the Introductory Flight Screening program in December 2001 at NAS Pensacola, Fla.