Advanced Distributed Simulation Technology II (ADST-II), Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) Into Fort Hood SIMNET
LOCKHEED MARTIN INFORMATION SYSTEMS ORLANDO FL
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The Force 21 Battle Command Brigade Below FBCB2 into Fort Hood SIMNET training was conducted at the Simulation Network SIMNET facility at Fort Hood, TX, from June 1, 1998 to the beginning of the FBCB2 Limited User Test LUT. The Delivery Order DO was performed as Delivery Order 68 under the Lockheed Martin Advanced Distributed Simulation Technology 2 ADST 2 Contract administered by the U.S. Army Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation Command STRICOM. The training utilized a synthetic environment that employed virtual simulations to depict a platoon or company executing three basic scenarios in realistic combat. The scenarios were developed to run on the Fort Hood terrain database. The scenarios included Attack, Defense in Sector and Movement to Contact vignettes. These scenarios were designed to produce effective training on the use of FBCB2 capabilities in a realistic combat situation. To support the Armys Task Force 21 TF 21 Advanced Warfighting Experiment AWE, STRICOM helped to establish a simulation facility at Fort Hood, TX in June of 1996. This facility employs man in the loop SIMNET simulators, computer generated forces, and real world Command Control C2 systems, such as Applique.
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