The challenges of intelligent tutoring are greatly amplified when applied to team training. One avenue for near-term progress is to explore highly utilitarian solutions that automate certain instructional tasks, e.g. tools that support human instructors and extend their abilities without the features of a full ITS. Human instructors bring a wealth of expertise and experience that are difficult to replicate or replace. However, their attention can be overwhelmed by the volume of data generated during simulation-based training. Intelligent tools to digest the data into intelligible and actionable forms can greatly enhance the capabilities of instructors in a team setting. This paper describes two tools designed to support team training simulation exercises. They facilitate after-action review by analyzing the simulation interaction data for patterns and events that are interesting from the perspective of assessment and feedback. While instructors are still in charge of training, these tools provide important automated assessment support. Such tools can serve as stepping stones on the path to realizing intelligent tutoring capabilities for team training.