Virtual Technologies and Environments for Expeditionary Warfare Training

  title={Virtual Technologies and Environments for Expeditionary Warfare Training},
  author={Denise M. Lyons and Joseph Cohn and Dylan Schmorrow},
Advances in technology are enhancing our ability to create realistic Virtual Environments (VEs) in which Sailors and Marines can train skills that are too costly, dangerous or otherwise impossible to practice. These capabilities will become even more important in the future as budgets and time for training decrease. The proposed panel will discuss an ONR Future Naval Capabilities R&D initiative which will demonstrate the power and effectiveness of applying Virtual Technologies and Environments… CONTINUE READING

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