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Sea Drones: Taking the Operator Out of the Loop

Sea Drones: Taking the Operator Out of the Loop
In the maritime environment, unmanned vehicles are both training devices and sensor platforms. Beth Stevenson explores examples of surface and subsurface naval drones. Unlike unmanned air systems (UAS), in which the man in the loop is an essential...  Read more

Training for the Next Terror “First”

Training for the Next Terror “First”
Countering terrorism requires special skills and knowledge. Arie Egozi examines anti-terror training and simulation systems. A commonality in military simulations is that they create situations based on past experience. But warfare has changed....  Read more

A Sea Change

A Sea Change
Robert W. Moorman rounds out his series on military university education with an examination of the US Navy and Coast Guard academies. US military academies have in recent years enhanced their curriculum to help officers of tomorrow meet the emerging...  Read more

The Increasingly Capable LCS Training System

The Increasingly Capable LCS Training System
The US Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) training system is maturing to eventually train individuals, crews and teams for 32 ships. The system offers insights for the broader simulation and training community, Group Editor Marty Kauchak reports. The US...  Read more

Virtual Maintenance Training

Virtual Maintenance Training
Military programs and other activities using virtual and adjacent technologies for maintenance training are in their formative stages. The military-industry team is accelerating that pace, writes Group Editor Marty Kauchak. Virtual reality (VR) is the...  Read more

Grob: Gliders, Trainers… and ISR

Grob: Gliders, Trainers… and ISR
In a quiet corner of Bavaria, some 60 miles west of Munich, lies the picturesque airfield of Tussenhausen-Mattsies, home of Grob Aircraft since the company’s founding in 1971. MS&T’s Europe Editor Dim Jones recently paid a visit and learned more...  Read more