Sea - Military Simulation and 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

British Industry and the F-35 Lightning

In Issue 3, MS&T looked at the progress of the F-35 programme, with specific focus on aircrew training, and the plans of the partner nations. Depending on their level of partnership in the programme, these nations are also very much involved from an...  Read more

Sea Changes for Aegis Training

The US Navy’s Aegis missile system training program is evolving and with good reason. The threat sets, including ballistic missiles, against which the Aegis system is designed, have gotten faster and deadlier. At the same time, other nations’ naval...  Read more

T-44C FTD Deliveries

T-44C FTD
The United States Navy and CAE USA have officially inaugurated two new T-44C flight training devices delivered by CAE. The simulators are the first two of six new training devices that will be delivered by CAE to support comprehensive T-44C aircrew...  Read more

Naval Mine Warfare

Naval Mine
Naval mines can have an impact far beyond their cost. Europe Editor Dim Jones brushes up on the topic during a visit to MCM1 at Faslane. The first practical naval mine was invented by an American, David Bushnell, for use against the British in the...  Read more

From Monitors to Mobiles to Wearables

BATMAN 11 wearables
Instructors are being untethered, and visual displays are becoming the new fashion statement. Rick Adams looks at the evolution of visualization, motion refinement, and instructor mobility. When man first drew pictures of animals on the walls of a cave...  Read more