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Training Cyber Warriors

Chuck Weirauch overviews the situation and discusses USCYBERCOM training issues with J7 Col. George Lamont. In 2013, the Obama Administration alleged China, Russia and Iran had hacked into US government and defense contractor computer systems. Cyber...  Read more

2013 IITSEC exhibition

IITSEC exhibition
 Managing Editor Jeff Loube, with files from Marty Kauchak and Chuck Weirauch reports on the event held in Orlando 2-5 December 2013 The IITSEC exhibition is over for 2013 and long time attendees will have noted some changes. The show floor was a bit...  Read more

Motion Systems

Motion systems technology continues to evolve. MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch reports             Although motion systems technology for aircraft simulators has not changed significantly since the introduction of electric motion platforms in...  Read more

A look at MAKS 2013

Zhukovsky – 40 km southeast of Moscow, and the home of the Gromov Flight Research Insititute – was the site of MAKS 2013. Dim Jones reports. This eleventh in the biennial series of the International Aviation and Space Salon (MAKS 2013) took place...  Read more

De-risking Development

Increasingly, air, land and sea weapons systems developers are incorporating modelling and simulation to save time, cost and downstream headaches. Rick Adams reports. Next month, when Boeing rolls the first KC-46 aircraft out of its Everett, Washington...  Read more

Game-Based Apps for Training

Despite the challenges, game-based apps are making an appearance in military training. MS&T’s Michael Peck reports. It should be the perfect match. Apps and mobile devices, which have transformed computing. And games, which have transformed what we...  Read more