• Published 2003

SUPPRESSOR AND THE B-2 AIRCREW TRAINING DEVICE ( ATD ) : THE ENHANCEMENT OF A LEGACY MANY VERSUS MANY WARGAMING MODEL AND A LEGACY VIRTUAL SIMULATOR TO HLA AND DMT

@inproceedings{Douglas2003SUPPRESSORAT,
  title={SUPPRESSOR AND THE B-2 AIRCREW TRAINING DEVICE ( ATD ) : THE ENHANCEMENT OF A LEGACY MANY VERSUS MANY WARGAMING MODEL AND A LEGACY VIRTUAL SIMULATOR TO HLA AND DMT},
  author={Gregory L. Douglas and Joseph M. Sardella},
  year={2003}
}
Due to the changing training requirements of the B-2 Aircrew Training Device (ATD), the US Air Force has been upgrading their existing, legacy virtual simulator to be HLA compliant. These devices provide individual and crew training, but do not provide interoperability with other devices to satisfy full mission rehearsal requirements. Executing a strategic plan established in the late 1990’s to meet the Department of Defense (DoD) directive to become High Level Architecture (HLA) compliant… CONTINUE READING

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