Herbert H. Bell

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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. NOTICES This paper is published in the interest of scientific and technical information exchange and its publication does not constitute the Government's approval or disapproval of its idea or findings. When US Government drawings, specifications, or other data are used for any purpose other than a(More)
The Air Force's Armstrong Laboratory recently developed a distributed interactive simulation system. The purpose of this system is to support training effectiveness research involving combat skills. Currently, this simulation system provides the laboratory with most of the air combat simulation capabilities found in more expensive full mission simulators.(More)
The Air Force Research Laboratory is exploring a concept in its training approach called Distributed Mission Training (DMT) that will build toward the Air Force (AF) service-specific synthetic battlespace (SB). DMT is a shared training environment comprised of live, virtual, and constructive simulations that allow warfighters to train individually or(More)
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