Leonardo showcases M-346 at Navy League's SeaAirSpace Exposition 2022, US

Leonardo Navy League SeaAirSpace Exposition2022
Israeli Air Force M-346 'Lavi' advanced trainer jet.

Centered around Leonardo DRS and beyond, Leonardo presence at SeaAirSpace 2022 showcases high technologies responding to a wide range of operational needs in the maritime domain and reaffirms its key core competences and its competitive positioning toward US Defence requirements.

Founded in 1965, the Navy League’s SeaAirSpace Exposition, held from 4th to 6th April along the Potomac River just 20 minutes from Washington, D.C., is today the largest maritime exposition in the U.S. and continues as an invaluable extension of the Navy League’s mission of maritime policy education and sea service support.

Among the top players in the world in Aerospace, Defence and Security, Leonardo showcases its industrial capabilities, longstanding expertise and strong commitment to innovation and customers there.

Through a remarkable presence centered around its US company Leonardo DRS, leading provider of defense technologies across three segments in every military domain, Leonardo presents products and integrated solutions based on cutting-edge technologies.

In addition to introducing rotary-wing aircraft and electronic solutions to potential US customers, Leonardo will also highlight the M-346 advanced trainer and light attack jet. The M-346 is optimized for advanced military pilot training, offering a broad range of training capabilities combined with long-term reliability. At the heart of a complex and integrated training system, the M-346 is already in service with the air forces of Italy, Singapore, Israel, Poland and Qatar and is the backbone of the International Flight Training School. 

The M-346 – a twin-engine, tandem-seat aircraft with fully digital flight controls and avionics – is also enables pilots to interact in real-time, through Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) training that features aircraft in flight (Live), simulators (Virtual) and computer-generated force/threat generated environments (Constructive).

In exercises, the M-346 can effectively fulfil the Aggressor and Companion Trainer/Tactical Surrogate roles to keep combat pilots at the required level of operational readiness, providing air forces with the highest levels of efficiency, effectiveness, commonality, operational flexibility, and combat training capability.

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