Dismounted Warrior Network Experiments
ARMY SIMULATION TRAINING AND INSTRUMENTATION COMMAND ORLANDO FL
Pagination or Media Count:
The Dismounted Warrior Network DWN project began in November 1995 with the publication of the STRICOM Individual Combatant Simulation Technology Transfer Plan 1. Sponsored by the US Army Infantry Center USAIC and the US Marine Corps USMC, the purpose of the first phase of DWN was to provide a means of understanding dismounted infantry simulation requirements. A series of experiments and exercises were planned, to include an assessment of the cost and benefits associated with the technologies to immerse the individual combatant within the virtual battlefield One of the most important products of DWN is a Simulation Task Analysis, which was developed to support simulation for IC in the Training, Exercises, and Military Operations TEMO, Advanced Concepts and Requirements ACR and Research, Development and Acquisition RDA domains. A preliminary technology analysis was conducted to assess and select current representative IC simulation technologies for inclusion in the DWN experiments and exercises.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Military Forces and Organizations