Read the latest MS&T Magazine: Issue 6-2017
Magazine published: 22nd November 2017
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Collisions at Sea. Managing Editor Jeff Loube reflects on the US Navy’s report on a recent ship collision, and how it all came down to training.
Team Orlando: One Focal Point in a Global S&T Center of Excellence: I/ITSEC Special Edition. Four Team Orlando military commands are a pillar in Orlando’s growing position as a global S&T center of excellence. This special edition from Marty Kauchak reports in the perspectives of these highly respected Generals.
Uniformed Renaissance. Robert W. Moorman explores the importance of a well-rounded education for tomorrow’s military leaders.
Moulage Rouge. Rick Adams takes a look at the latest developments in battlefield casualty care training.
Is There a Simulation and Training Talent Gap? As the workforce gets older, it’s never been a better time to ask this question.
Delivering the Power of Virtual Training. Ulf Krahn reports on the Danish Army’s solution to Combined Arms Land warfare training.
Countering the Attack of the Drones. What is usually used as a fun hobby can quickly be turned into a weapon. Rick Adams looks at some drone-countering developments.
Desdemona. Dim Jones visited a small company in Soesterberg which houses the unique simulation device named Desdemona.
From Peanut Fields to World Class Training Center. Marty Kauchak visits CAE’s Dothan Training Center in Alabama.
Military Flight Training. An interesting and enjoyable couple of days according to Dim Jones.
Seen & Heard. Updates from the training and simulation community. Compiled and edited by the Halldale editorial staff.