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STRICOM LOGO The Brigade/battalion Battle Simulation (BBS) is an automated simulation to train brigade/battalion commanders and staffs in exercising procedures and decision making skills essential to win on the modern battlefield.
The Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) is the first of the Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (CATT) family of virtual trainers. CCTT will train Armor, Cavalry, and Mechanized Infantry platoons through Battalion/Task Force on their doctrinal Mission Training Plan collective tasks. The CCTT-system is the first fully Distributed Interactive Simulation (DIS) compliant training system. CATT LOGO
STRICOM LOGO The Combat Maneuver Training Center Instrumentation System (CMTC-IS) simulates effects of point and area weapons systems on personnel and equipment participating in instrumented training exercises.
The Deputy Chief of Staff Training's mission is to help prepare the Army for War and Operations other than War by providing policy, guidance, and resources to sustain the excellence and relevance in training and leader development. DCST LOGO
DARPA LOGO The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is the central research and development organization for the Department of Defense (DoD). DARPA manages and directs selected basic and applied research and development projects for DoD, and pursues research and technology where risk and payoff are both very high and where success may provide dramatic advances for traditional military roles and missions and dual-use applications.
DefenseLINK is the World-Wide Web Information Service from the Department of Defense. The site is a wealth of information from and about the Department of Defense. DefenseLINK LOGO
Apache Helicopter Among the missions of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Simulations and Analysis (DCSSA) is to serve as cross-domain coordinator for integration of simulation & simulator (Sim2) requirements.
The Defense Modeling and Simulation Office (DMSO) was established to provide a full-time focal point for information concerning DoD modeling and simulation activities. DMSO LOGO
Check out the wealth of information found at the DMSO Web Resources Site.
FSCATT Logo Fire Support Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (FSCATT) Phase I will be an individual and collective training system for the Field Artillery gunnery team. The goal of FSCATT is to exercise the gunnery team in realistic fire missions with a reduction in expenditure of ammunition and related operational costs.
The University of Central Florida's Institute for Simulation and Training (IST) is working to capture the powerful potential of leading technologies. Worldwide communications, medicine, and education will be transformed as scientists harness the capabilities offered by simulation, virtual reality, high density databases, and the latest in computer science UCF LOGO
JSIMS Logo The Joint Simulation System (JSIMS) is defined as the deployment of a system that provides the initial population of the JSIMS architecture with facilities, services, and tools to provide for JTF and Service training. JSIMS is located in Orlando, Florida.
The constant evolution of technology has created a critical need for strong leadership to guide organizations into the new information arena. The professionals at the Lockheed Martin Advanced Concepts CenterTM (ACCTM) have an unmatched breadth and depth of experience that can provide your organization with a broad array of new skills for managing today's ever-changing advanced technologies. LMACC LOGO
LMIST Logo Lockheed Martin Information Systems & Technologies (IS&T)-the commercial systems integration arm of the Lockheed Martin Corporation-is an international professional services organization that partners with clients to develop and deploy business process and information technology solutions. We help our clients use today's leading-edge information technologies to achieve their business goals faster-and more efficiently.
STRICOM is a subordinate command of the US Army Materiel Command. STRICOM's Mission is to provide training and test simulation, simulator, target and instrumentation products and services to develop and sustain war-fighting skills, create a synthetic environment to evaluate concepts and support requirements definition, and support materiel development and test and evaluation. STRICOM Logo
TRAC Logo The TRADOC Analysis Center's Verification and Validation web site provides information on the various projects being conducted by the TRAC Verification and Validation Office at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.
U.S. Army Battlefield Laboratories (Battle Labs) are dynamic and innovative organizations. The soldiers and civilians involved in each of the Battle Labs are contributing directly to the Army's ability to fight and win both in the near and longer range. Battle Labs Logo
TRADOC Logo TRADOC's missions are to prepare the Army for war, be the architect of America's Army for the future and ensure TRADOC's capability to execute its mission.
The United States Military Academy web site has all kinds of good information on the Army service academy. USMA Logo

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