Flight simulator software -- Prepar3D – from Lockheed Martin to be used at National Flight Academy

ORLANDO, Fla., 14 June 2011. Simulations at the National Flight Academy's (NFA) will be driven by Prepar3D visual simulation software from Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) Global Training and Logistics. The NFA addresses the issues related to declining science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills and standards in the U.S. by providing immersive high-tech experiences that merge classroom math and science basics with hands-on aviation training.

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Posted by John McHaleORLANDO, Fla., 14 June 2011.Simulations at the National Flight Academy's (NFA) will be driven by Prepar3D visual simulation software from Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) Global Training and Logistics.The NFA addresses the issues related to declining science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills and standards in the U.S. by providing immersive high-tech experiences that merge classroom math and science basics with hands-on aviation training. Prepar3D uses immersive gaming technology for training, experiential learning as well as decision and performance support for non-government, government, and commercial organizations.For NFA, Lockheed Martin is donating copies of Prepar3D, that are upgradable as new product versions get launched. The company also donated more than $2 million to the NFA.Prepar3D evolved from the Microsoft ESP Flight Simulator product line and is compatible with add-on software created for the Microsoft product. For more information and downloads, visit www.prepar3d.com.
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