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Red 6, a California-based defense technology company, is in the final stages of developing its video game-like training simulator for Air Force fighter pilots, according
WASHINGTON — In the future, when U.S. Air Force fighter pilots face off in aerial combat training missions, they could be dogfighting the video game version
A California-based company wants to prepare more Air Force fighter pilots to dogfight Chinese and Russian opponents by using artificial intelligence and augmented reality as antagonists while
CNBC’s Morgan Brennan reports on how defense tech startup Red 6 is revolutionizing combat training.
FOR A LONG TIME now the U.S. Air Force has been facing a big problem when it comes to training new pilots for combat. The
Top Gun inspired Daniel Robinson takes us from his dream of flight to the cockpit of the F-22. And from that cockpit to what he
Glenn Snyder, one of the founders and Chief Product Officer of Red 6 comes onto the podcast today. Glenn comes from a programming background leading