DCI, through its DCI-NAVFCO and DCI-AIRCO branches, is providing high level trainings in the field of electronic warfare. The French Air Force has renewed its confidence in the quality of the training delivered by DCI-AIRCO by signing at the end of 2014 a new 4-year training contract for its personnel.
Working in a constructive partnership with the best French industrial experts of the sector (Thales, MBDA, Lacroix, etc.), the Electronic warfare division of DCI-AIRCO is updating its trainings to keep pace with the technological advances of its partners. Particularly worth noting is the use of innovative simulation tools, developed for instruction with the ABAK Systems company, which successfully complement the theoretical training.
“I am delighted and proud of this new contract which confirms the full understanding DCI has of the needs of air units. This success illustrates once more the full and complete trust relationship between the Air Force and our company. This recognition of our know-how in the electronic warfare field provides a major asset for promoting our trainings wearing such a label among France friendly countries.” declares Henri Rouby, DCI-AIRCO director.
Created in 1972, DCI is an intermediate sized service company, with the French government as the concurring shareholder. DCI is culturally close to the Ministry of Defence. Its main mission is to transfer to France friendly foreign countries the French armed forces know-how including:
• consulting and assistance throughout the life cycle of armament programmes;
• training engineering in the academic, operational and technical fields.
DCI and its subsidiaries have been partners of the French armed forces for 10 years within the scope of service contracts and are endeavouring to extend their activities to European Union countries.