Category: Updates

IAUDRRMU conducted a Deployment Briefing & Send-Off Activity

On January 10, 2024, IAUDRRMU conducted a Deployment Briefing & Send-Off Activity at the Aerospacers’ Hall, attended by all members rendering duty for the Sinulog-related activities.
This is part of the preparations for the responders as they gear up for their first external deployment of the year, which is for the world renowned Sinulog festivities. Members will be deployed as medical first responders at the Basilica Minore Del Sto. Niño for the novena masses, Lapu-Lapu City for the Traslacion, and at the South Road Properties for the Sinulog Grand Parade.
The Operational Briefing and Send-Off Activity ensures as well that our members are well-prepared for the upcoming duties which underscores our commitment to this meaningful deployment.

Embracing Tradition, Celebrating Unity

Embracing Tradition, Celebrating Unity | January 12, 2024 | Indiana Aerospace University at Sinulog 2024 ✈️.
Witnessing the merging of faith and festivity, the IAU Dance Troupe, alongside eleven other schools, danced with joyous hearts in the Opening Salvo of Sinulog sa Sugbo Philippines 2024. Despite the rain and shine, we swayed in devotion to Sr. Sto. Niño proudly representing IAU for the ninth time since 2015. Here’s to the enduring spirit of One Cebu Island—Viva Pit Senyor!

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IAU Upgrades Flight Simulator

Precision Flight Controls-C2Pro BATD-Cat III
Precision Flight Controls-C2Pro BATD-Cat III

Good news to the Aviation Majors and student pilots: the upgraded flight simulator is now fully operational at the College of Aviation’s flight simulator room!

The flight simulator was acquired years ago but recently it was upgraded for the pilot students to expose themselves in the simulation of real aircraft scenarios. The equipment replicates flight so realistically that serves as ground training for future airline pilots.

“Recently we upgraded it so we could be able to simulate as close as [the] real aircraft scenario,” quipped Captain Marc Aaron Uy, College of AVT Department Head.

Unlike last time the flight simulator is upgraded from single yoke to dual yoke to stimulate real aircraft experience where the Pilot-in-Command (PIC) has final authority over the flight. The PIC decides who will fly the aircraft and be able to share the responsibilities with their copilots by switching places with them periodically.

Capt. Uy also added that “the newly upgraded flight simulator is capable of any terrain and could simulate aircraft carrier landings”.

The newly upgraded flight simulator is capable to simulate not only simple single-engine aircraft but also larger complex multi-engines because of the fully configurable dual controls.

The upgraded flight simulator includes a full cockpit and has five monitors which could make your flight experience more realistic. The flight simulator has a 220 degrees high resolution view that fulfills all CAAP requirements from ab-initio single-engine instrument training all the way to multi-engine instrument check.

  By: Jethro Mark T. Romero, BSAMT4
CAAP Flight Sim 1 Accreditation
CAAP Flight Sim 2 Accreditation