Working together, the AET's Integrated Technology Platform (ITP) Office, the Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC), and team members of Mass Virtual continued XR module development for the E4-B Nightwatch, National Airborne Operations Center (NAOC) at Offutt AFB, Nebraska.

The E4-B aircraft is a highly survivable command, control, and communications aircraft with 4 jet engines. It is utilized for long-range, high-altitude flights, can refuel in flight, and seats up to 112 people.

Members of 595th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron worked diligently with the Mass Virtual team to capture a select number of essential training modules, which will allow Airmen to stay qualified and proficient on maintenance and operational tasks for this critical aircraft.

Mass Virtual sends a special thanks to the 595th Command and Control Group and the Airmen of Offutt AFB for their support in making the trip a great success! We are honored to continue innovating and supporting the Air Force's vision of implementing XR training, and for our partnership with IT and AFGSC!
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