NAWCTSD--Feature-Size---Team-OrlandoNAWCTSD/US Navy: Showcasing its latest training and simulation technologies

The United States Navy will be showcasing its latest training and simulation technologies that help prepare the nation’s Warfighters for mission success in booths #337 and #1239. Naval engineers and scientists will provide demonstrations of advanced training solutions for submarines, ships, aircraft, and other specialized requirements. Also highlighted will be the Navy’s commitment to joint service interoperability and close cooperation with private industry and academia in the development of training systems.

International sales of modeling, simulation and training technologies take place in an evolving regulatory environment. I/ITSEC 2016 offers two excellent opportunities to learn about and discuss exportability considerations for modeling, simulation and training systems.

The “Export Reform in Practice – Simulation & U.S. Export Controls 2016” tutorial at 8:30 a.m. on Mon., Nov. 28 will focus on understanding the basics of the ITAR and the EAR and their changes during five years of Export Control Reform.

The “Understanding Exportability Considerations for Modeling, Simulation, and Training” panel at 2 pm. on Wed., Nov. 30 assembles U.S. military, regulatory, and legal subject matter experts for a facilitated Q&A session with industry, U.S. government, and international attendees. These two events are highly recommended for anyone involved in international sales of modeling, simulation and training systems.”

Industry Day at I/ITSEC Notification

The Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) is hosting Mon-Thurs daily Industry Days for the Ready Relevant Learning (RRL) pillar of the Sailor 2025 CNO initiative. The Sailor 2025 Integrated Project Team will provide an overview of the RRL program followed by an open forum questions and answer session. The sessions will be identical, and all questions/answers will be captured and posted on FedBizOps following the conference. The sessions will be held from 1100-1200 in Room W308D.

The Sailor 2025 project is a transformational Navy training initiative that will accelerate the learning of every Sailor for faster response to our rapidly changing warfighting requirements, and achieve higher performance by coupling the timing of training delivery with every Sailor’s actual deck plate need. Ready, Relevant, Learning (RRL) creates a learning continuum across a Sailor’s career, from recruit to master chief that will ensure every Sailor has the latest training to support assigned task. RRL will modernize delivery methods from traditional brick-and-mortar schoolhouses to mobile, multi-media, multi-platform delivery solutions that leverage the best concepts to accelerate learning as individuals, teams and organizations. Finally, RRL will allow rapid infusion of relevant course content to accelerate the dissemination of critical warfighting knowledge to Sailors.

The POC for this event is CDR Tim James (407-380-4305, Jerin.james@navy.mil). There is no requirement to register with the POC for attending this Industry Day.