BSI delivered two classrooms of desktop trainers, each consisting of 8x student stations, instructor station, role-player station, terrain server, and Ranger-47. The new JTAC training simulators will use BSI’s Modern Air Combat Environment (MACE) as the CGF/SAF and MetaVR’s Virtual Reality Scene Generator (VRSG) as the Image Generator (IG) throughout the simulator. BSI licenses include 4x MACE, 16x MACE-Single Entity, 20x VIPER DIS radios with PRC-148 skins, and 2xDIScords for After Action Review. SOTACC students are trained in the technical/tactical skills and operational procedures necessary to effectively utilize rotary-wing and fixed-wing Close Air Support (CAS) assets in support of Special Operations Forces (SOF) missions. Students learn the capabilities and limitations of platforms, munitions, lasers and ground marking equipment, night and urban CAS, and close air planning and control. Please see this article for more information on the SOTACC delivery.
BSI Completes Installation of Special Operations Terminal Attack Controller Course (SOTACC) JTAC Simulators in Yuma, AZ
Dec 15, 2015