Land - Military Simulation & Training Magazine

SOF: Leveraging Training Technology

Group editor Marty Kauchak reports that special operations forces (SOF) in the US and other nations are investing in ever more capable technology to train, rehearse and maintain proficiency for their missions.    Requirements across US Special...  Read more

Reaching Out

Soldiers from the Netherland’s Army conduct training in a Dismounted Soldier Training System (DSTS) at the 7th U.S. Army Joint Multinational Training Command (JMTC)
Training Support at the Point of Need The US Army’s Training Support Activity Europe provides training support when and where it is needed, even at short notice. James Coon writes. Training Support Activity Europe (TSAE), an integral part of the 7th...  Read more

Lowering the Budget Bar

budget on training activity
The budget bar, that is. CDT concepts and evolving technology are combining to lower cost and provide effective driver training for military vehicles. MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch writes Driver Trainers: Stretching the Budget Strategies such as building...  Read more

The German Army and Urban Operations

Urban Operations
This new urban operations military training town to be completed in 2020 will greatly enhance the training capabilities of the German Army CTC. Walter F. Ullrich writes. The German Army has begun the construction of one of the largest and most modern...  Read more

The Training Evolution

Army aviators
Ft. Rucker, Alabama is the primary flight training base for Army aviators. Robert W. Moorman explores how training there has evolved over the years, including some candid historical perceptions and comparisons from the Vietnam era. The first hint that...  Read more

Overcoming Culture Block

Culture Block
Negative initial reaction to a person from another culture or race is apparently natural; indeed, it’s built into our brains. Rick Adams explores the challenge of overcoming differences in culture to work across global divides. “Our brains were built...  Read more