• Counter Air Operations - tactical simulated training

    25-29 March 2019, TSC Pardubice, The Czech Republic

  • Updated version of MATC Training Catalogue  has been released!

    In MATC Training Catalogue  registered users can figure out the offered Training facility, Training and Courses for Rotary Wing Air Crews, Fixed Wing Air Crews, Ground Maintenance Crews, and other Aviation specialists

  • MATC activation process completed

    On 11th September 2018, the Multinational Aviation Training Centre (MATC) was activated as a NATO Military Body (NMB) by the highest authority of NATO, North Atlantic Council (NAC). The activation process, which started in October 2017 by signing of the „Formal Request for the MATC Activation“, had been completed after HQ SACT and MC/IMS procedure termination.

    Becoming an NMB, MATC is an international military organization with an international status granted in accordance with Article 14 of the Paris Protocol (Protocol on the status of International Military Headquarters set up pursuant to the North Atlantic Treaty). This status ensures legal personality, which includes the right to conclude contracts and to acquire and handle property related to the MATC operation and maintenance.

  • MATC provides unique training environment

    Story by 1st Lt Chris Sullivan, 352 SOW Public Affairs

The graduation ceremony for the specialists from Slovakian aeronautical radio navigation service was held on the premises the Multinational Aviation Training Centre (MATC) on Friday, March 24, 2017.

The director of MATC awarded 11 successful course graduates with certificates and congratulated them on the results achieved.

 

The main course objective was to improve practical skills in maintenance and operation of systems such as Instrument Landing System (ILS), Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) and surveillance radar (RL-4). The training syllabus and training procedures were executed in accordance with the procedures of Air Traffic Safety Electronic Personnel (ATSEP). Main emphasis was focused on solution of non-standard situations with the use of unique simulation device located on the premises of Training Command – Military Academy in Vyškov.

„I believe the acquired practical skills will contribute to the increased flight safety, which is of paramount importance in air traffic“ said Capt. Jaroslav Pleva, the course leader.

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