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Navy Training: Observations on the Navyäó»s Use of Live and Simulated Training
Sharon L. Pickup (au)
The Dept. of Defense (DOD) uses live training, simulators, and other virtual training devices to prepare its forces to conduct military operations. Virtual training can help the services mitigate obstacles to training, such as the high cost of conducting live training or range access issues, while allowing military personnel to replicate many of the interactions and procedures they may encounter on the battlefield. Each military service is in various stages of developing concepts and training programs that mix live and synthetic training (which is how the Navy typically refers to training that relies significantly on simulators or virtual training devices). The Navy, in particular, believes that effective training requires an efficient balance of live and synthetic approaches. This report assessed (1) the principles the Navy considers in determining whether to use live or synthetic training to meet its training requirements, (2) how the Navy's mix of live and synthetic training has changed over time, and (3) how the Navy prioritizes its synthetic training investments. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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