Marine Corps Modeling and Simulation Investment Strategy (MCMSIS).
MARINE CORPS COMBAT DEVELOPMENT COMMAND QUANTICO VA
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The Marine Corps Modeling and Simulation Investment Strategy is a USMC Total Force Strategy for attaining the desired MS end states through Fiscal Year FY 2010. It provides program managers PM and other decision makers involved with the Combat Development Process CDP and the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting System PPBS with a strategy for implementing advanced modeling and simulation, to include distributed simulation, throughout the Marine Corps and across all functional areas. The Marine Corps has defined a set of milestones that represent attainment of a significant MS capability that supports attainment of the end states delineated in the Marine Corps Modeling and Simulation Master Plan. These milestones are presented in terms of five MS operational capabilities which encompass the end states 1 MAGTF training, 2 mission planning, 3 mission preview, 4 mission rehearsal, and 5 the combat development and acquisition processes.
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