Students at the Romanian air force academy in Brasov use Alelo language and culture training

The “Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy in Brasov, Romania has purchased a subscription from Alelo for language and culture training that covers Ukraine and other regions around the world.

Some Academy students will role-play with AI-driven avatars from these regions to learn proper communication and customs when interacting with natives. 

“Alelo prides itself on preparing deployed government personnel for peaceful interactions with natives. We’ve been doing this for years with the U.S. government, the Australian government, NATO, and more. We’re pleased to add Romanian air force students to the fold,” said Dr. Lewis Johnson, Alelo Founder and CEO.

The Academy will host a conference in March 2023 on “Communicating across Cultures.”

Established in 1995, “Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy is a legal military entity and a specialized university with about 350 students. The Academy’s mission is to train officers for the Air Force with a diploma in Military Sciences, Intelligence and Public Order. 

Brasov, where the Academy is located, has a rich history of designing and manufacturing airplanes as well as a tradition of higher education. The institution is named after Henri Coandă, a prominent Romanian scientist, predecessor of reactive aviation and inventor. It is one of 28 higher education institutions in Romania according to U-Multirank.

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