JMTC Vehicle Simulators

Wagner, Don
November 2008
Soldiers;Nov2008, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p11
The article focuses on the vehicle training program being offered by the Training Support Activity-Europe (TSA-E), a unit of the U.S. Army's Joint Multinational Training Command in Germany. The TSA-E is said to be training soldiers operate heavy-equipment, such as the M-2 Bradley fighting vehicle and M-1 Abrams tank, through the use of the Mobile-Close Combat Tactical Trainer. TSA-E also uses the Virtual Combat Convoy Trainer to train soldiers in operating light-wheeled vehicles.


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