Proceedings of NTEC/Industry Conference (8th): New Concepts for Training Systems Held on 18-20 November 1975.
NAVAL TRAINING EQUIPMENT CENTER ORLANDO FLA
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The dynamic nature of operational equipment development has resulted in corresponding changes in the associated training systems. The increased demands being placed on system operators and tactical decision makers, because of increased system complexity and the more sophisticated nature of the threat, require that more knowledge and skill be imparted to and absorbed by the student. The pressure toward economy in training, along with the increased training load due to reduced at sea training, further complicates the overall training task. The need for new concepts in training systems is both real and critical. It is only through the creative approach that the system designers will be able to develop systems to meet the functional requirements of future training systems. Improvement to the overall training system is necessary, whereby the men and women of todays all volunteer force can acquire the knowledge and skills and effectively apply them in the use of the advanced weapons systems which are operational or in development. This Conference is intended to provide the constructive and creative environment for the exchange of ideas and concepts so that these training system goals can be efficiently achieved.
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