Simulation in Military Training: Recent Developments
AbstractTraining is considered to be one of the key factors in achieving military goal. Growing concernover the increasing training costs, time, risk of life and paucity of training ranges has forced peopleto adopt newer technologies like computer simulation models, simulators and computer wargamesin military training. With the advancement of computer and communication technologies along withthe advent of other newer technologies, these tools have emerged effective and also havesignificantly less operational cost. It is also becoming possible to integrate simulators, simulationand live exercise through networking, resulting into an effective training tool. This paper highlightsthe advancement of simulation technology in military training and also highlights its applications inIndia.
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