Spatial Disorientation Trainer

Col. John Cinnamon, the 71st Operations Group commander, visible on the screen to the right, tests Vance’s newest pilot training tool, a Spatial Disorientation Trainer, after a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 1 in Building 826, Vance Air Force Base, Oklahoma. The simulator costs $1.2 million and mimics the feeling of flying a T-6A Texan II. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nancy Falcon)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Nancy Falcon
VIRIN: 150701-F-RK424-031.JPG
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