Read the latest MS&T Magazine: Issue 2-2018

Magazine published: 2nd, May 2018

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Contents:

Musing on Change.  Managing Editor Jeff Loube offers his thoughts on dealing with technological change.

All’s Not Quiet on the Eastern Front. Rick Adams analyzes the recent tension between Eastern Europe and the West.

Language and Culture Training for Everyone. Group Editor Marty Kauchak examines the trends and developments in US military language and culture training.

VR Launch and Recovery. Live OJT is currently the only way to train carrier flight deck crews, but the US Navy would like to change that. Chuck Weirauch has the story.

Wildcat.  Dim Jones visited Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton to take a look at the AgustaWestland AW159 Wildcat Helicopter, the UK’s latest model.

What the Smartly Dressed Soldier Will Be Wearing. Rick Adams takes a look at the latest wearable technology that’s turning the everyday soldier into a modern-day Iron Man.

Providing Full-Spectrum Training Services for the 7th Army Training Command. This special feature from Boeing provides a closer look at its Tapestry Solutions.

Beyond Collaboration. Marty Kauchak provides an update on developments at Defense Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office and Army Modeling and Simulation Office. 

ADAC HEMS Academy. Walter F. Ulrich reports on a new simulator designed to meet demanding training needs.

SEA. Dim Jones visits Systems Engineering and Assessment (SEA), one of the port city of Bristol’s many UK defense companies.

MFTC. The 17th annual Defence IQ Military Flight Training conference took place this past March, and Dim Jones has the story.

DSET Show Report. Gareth Davies reports on DSET 2018 from Ashton Gate in Bristol.

Seen & Heard. Updates from the training and simulation community. Compiled and edited by the Halldale editorial staff.

 


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