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Modern Integrated Warfare, brought to you by Collins Aerospace, explores the future of warfare and how technology is impacting warfighter readiness, safety, operations, and strategic planning. The editorial team will talk with experts in the field, highlight new advancements, share best practices, and offer an inside look into successful programs on a weekly basis.

LVC News Roundup: Breaking Boundaries and Gaining Traction

From the Air Force to the Navy, from fighter jets to helicopters, live, virtual and constructive training (LVC) is gaining traction as a “must...

Investments in Military Training Continue to Grow Despite Budget Cuts

The U.S. Military has been and continues to be at the forefront of defense technology. The ability to adapt quickly to evolving technical knowledge...

4 Steps to Achieve Greater Interoperability for Training Effectiveness

It’s no secret that effectiveness and readiness are critical for mission success of any training program to prepare the warfighter for mission success. Modern...

Video: The Future of Simulation and Training

As threats on the battlefield increase in sophistication,  so must the training of warfighters. Ensuring they have experienced some type of live or virtual...

Simulation Requires Greater Interoperability for Training Realism

Enabling both fixed and mobile multi-user training is nothing new. Many in the industry have achieved it using simulators located all over the world...

Are we there yet? A History of Training Interoperability.

For the past 35 years, military trainers have invested considerable physical and fiscal resources in technologies to help independently developed and geographically distributed simulation...

Live vs. Virtual Training for Mission Success

There are many viewpoints about the right balance between live vs. virtual training in order to achieve safe and efficient mission success. The answer lies in measuring the effectiveness of the training. Live training and hands-on experience is very effective. However, the fact is, live training is very costly. People, equipment and assets have to be moved, which equates to significant investment of both dollars and resources.

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As the Air Force Association (AFA) Aerospace Warfare Symposium kicks off, the editors of Modern Integrated Warfare connected with leaders to discuss the hot...

NEW WHITEPAPER: Defining an Open Systems Approach for the Defense Community

Joint Forces are coming together to fight and defeat new, more sophisticated threats. As domains become more connected across air, land, space, and cyber,...

AFA President Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Bruce “Orville” Wright Previews the 2021 Aerospace Warfare Symposium

This year’s Air Force Association (AFA) Aerospace Warfare Symposium is rapidly approaching. And while, like most events taking place in the thick of the...

The Evolution of Ejection Seat Criteria for Warfighter Safety

Having to eject from an aircraft is never a warfighter’s first choice, but it can be a life-saving decision that needs to be made in a split-second. The...