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virtual reality training for Air ForceHistory is on display at Port San Antonio, the 1,900-acre industrial development on the former site of Kelly Air Force Base. Visitors can view an array of planes that once protected America’s skies, including a Convair F-106 Delta Dart and an FB-111A Aardvark, both of which sit atop pedestals, their elongated nose cones pointing to the sky.The Air Force’s future is here too, albeit not on public display. Inside a low-slung beige building alongside a two-lane road badly in need of repaving, airmen are working on a program that could alter the way the armed service trains the men and women who get its planes off the ground and keep them safely in the skies.Called T3—for Technical Training Transformation—the training, developed in conjunction with civilian…

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