Game Developers Take Basic Training

Hamacher, Heath
February 2008
Soldiers;Feb2008, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p45
The article reports that the developers of the America's Army, video game took a mini-Basic Combat Training course at Fort Jackson, Mississippi in 2008. John Carlisle, account director at Ignited Marketing, said that the training course was intended to help game developers improve the next version of the game.


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