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A system to support maintenance, approached with respect to particular maintenance actions. The modelling of a smart system to support maintenance of multi-role aircraft. Diagnostic- properties determining accomplishment of an air operation. A standard maintenance cycle. A maintenance programme targeted at the multi-role aircraft fleet.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role aircraft and a group of aircraft. Scenarios of air operations. Probabilistic models of air-to-air and air-to-surface operations (AAO and ASO, respectively). Probability that air combat missions of the AA and AS types prove successful.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role aircraft and a group of aircraft. Compatibility and readiness - properties determining accomplishment of an air operation. Scenarios of air operations. Models of air-to-air and air-to-surface operations (AAO and ASO, respectively). Computer modelling of air missions.

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Combat missions of both a single multi-role manned aircraft (MMRA) and a group of aircraft. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and operations thereof. Airspace for combat missions. Issues of UAV control. Scenarios of air operations with MMRA and UAVs engaged. The risk of collision in the airspace. Probability that flight routes overlap and hence, the risk of collision.

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The article deals with the subject of diagnosing the current system of pilot training on multi-role aircraft in Poland. The authors pay particular attention to changes in its organization, arising from the compromise between technology, needs and funds on the part of the organizers. The recommended perspective changes in its organization in Poland result from the past three years of research in the Air Force University and institutions engaged in the discussed issues. The issues continue the research process handled in the dissertation [5], resulting from analyses and comparisons with world trends in this respect. The obtained findings suggest that it is essential to achieve the planned outcomes of training pilots on multi-role aircraft, at the same time reducing time and costs. It is linked to the introduction of modern aircraft or equipment supporting the process of pilot training.