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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

Gaming Ground

Gaming - Oculus Rift
Gaming technologies are improving exponentially; costs are coming down. MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch writes from GameTech with the latest. Attendance at the 2014 GameTech Defense Users Conference in Orlando was down from previous years, primarily due to...  Read more

Navies Go Virtual

Jan Matthiesen and Markus Schuppert describe the German Navy’s approach to fully integrated virtual total ship training The guideline underlying this article is the question why so far there is no complete virtual approach to fully integrated training...  Read more

Leading Change: A Critical Approach to Instruction

Dr. Anne Niccoli, Captain Dante Vinciguerra, and Master Chief Kevin Leask tell the story of three initiatives at the US Coast Guard Leadership Development Center (LDC) in New London, CT to infuse critical thinking: a senior enlisted course, a command...  Read more

Gearing Up for the Pacific Pivot

As the US turns its attention to the Pacific, the Services language and cultural centers are adjusting programs to reflect changing priorities. MS&T’s Chuck Weirauch writes. There seems to be much debate lately as to when or even if the US foreign...  Read more