By Monique Randolph, Marine Corps Systems Command Office of Public Affairs and Communication
A panel of Marine Corps leaders, including Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert Neller, gathered on Dec. 2 at I/ITSEC to discuss training needs for the future.
How can the Marine Corps best train and […]
By Theresa Bradley
Immediately following the opening ceremonies at I/ITSEC 2015, a panel of six senior officers representing multiple branches of the military and DoD discussed the necessities for remaining innovative in the face of mounting challenges, including downsizing and reorganizations, continued threats of terrorism across the globe and cyber attacks. They spoke to a […]
By Lynne Garrow
Frank DiGiovanni, Director, Force Readiness and Training, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Readiness), said during a panel that that our warfighters require and expect a realistic and blended environment to meet the current challenges of the complex 21st century combat operations.
By Michelle Milliner, Public Affairs Specialist, ARL-HRED
Dr. Robert A. Sottilare, U.S. Army Research Laboratory-Human Research and Engineering Directorate, was recognized for his lifetime of contribution to the fields of modeling and simulation technology, and training research by the National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA). For over […]
One of the premier events at I/ITSEC 2015 is the Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) special event on the floor, “Operation Blended Warrior,” which focuses on developing a virtual environment for live virtual constructive simulations for training, but from the perspective of what it takes to put it […]