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The Halldale MS&T Awards

The Halldale MS&T Awards
MS&T Magazine’s awards for excellence in defense modeling, simulation and training were announced in September and presented during this year’s I/ITSEC. After a process that began in May of this year with the release of submission applications to...  Read more

Baltic Gatekeepers: Swedish Naval Warfare Centre

As with many European military services, the Swedish Navy is under-funded, making do with aging equipment and personnel shortages. MS&T’s Dim Jones visited Karlskrona to view how the Naval Warfare Training System is helping get the most from their...  Read more

T-X – At Last, a Decision

In the 1st article he wrote for MS&T (nearly nine years ago), Dim Jones covered the developing competition for the T-X trainer. Dim Jones recounts the timeline leading to the Pentagon’s announcement of a winner. The requirement is for an integrated...  Read more

Patron Saint of the ‘Flags’

Larger than life, bursting with ideas, “Moody” Suter was a driving force for the Red Flag exercises, the Warrior Preparation Center in Europe, and other concepts which are training norms today. MS&T Editor Rick Adams looks at the legacy....  Read more

US Navy Cautiously Embracing XR

From VR flight training devices to AR gunnery trainers, the US Navy is incorporating X-Reality technologies to help modernize its training programs. US Editor Chuck Weirauch reports. Navy commands and other organizations are becoming more aware of the...  Read more

Defence Animal Training, UK Style

Working animals – almost exclusively dogs and horses – play indispensable roles in the activities of the UK Armed Forces, the former operational and the latter ceremonial. Dim Jones details the DATR approach. It should not be forgotten that almost...  Read more