Accession Number : ADA495018


Title :   Training Community Modeling and Simulation Business Plan, 2007 Edition. Volume 2: Data Call Responses and Analysis


Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jan-Dec 2007


Corporate Author : INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA


Personal Author(s) : Fletcher, J D ; Hartman, Frederick E ; Halayko, Robert ; Sargent, Philip A ; Citizen, Jesse ; Szych, William ; Carr, Frank ; Davis, Jay J ; Levine, Daniel B ; Foster, Susan ; Horowitz, Stanley A


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a495018.pdf


Report Date : Feb 2009


Pagination or Media Count : 212


Abstract : The Training Community Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Business Plan (TMSBP) provides linkages between the training functional stakeholders as represented in the Training Transformation (T2) Senior Advisory Group (SAG) and Executive Steering Committee (ESG) to the Department's larger M&S strategic vision and goals. Since needs and technology are constantly evolving, the TMSBP will continue to evolve as a living document. The 2007 Edition of the TMSBP is provided to inform the M&S Steering Committee (MS SC) project call for near-term (FY 09) M&S projects, and to provide justification for major investments in training capabilities enabled by M&S in future Program Objective Memoranda (POM) submissions. It also identifies capabilities that the training community can contribute to greater interoperability, reuse, and efficiencies among the cross-cutting community. Volume I of the 2007 TMSBP provides an initial review of the models, simulations, and tools identified as part of the Training Capabilities Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) base case of capabilities. Volume II provides additional data and analysis details from a data call to the training community in the summer of 2007.


Descriptors :   *TRAINING , *DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE , *SIMULATORS , INVESTMENTS , TRAINING MANAGEMENT , TRAINING DEVICES , MODEL THEORY , MILITARY PLANNING , DATA ACQUISITION , DATA BASES


Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
      Cybernetics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE