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UK Royal School of Artillery turns to simulated training

28th March 2012 - 19:25 GMT | by Beth Stevenson in Warminster, UK

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The UK Royal School of Artillery (RSA) has conducted the second round of its Concept Capability Demonstrator (CCD) in an effort to demonstrate plans to maximise simulation capabilities to enhance soldier training.

Speaking to Shephard at the Land Warfare Centre, Warminster, UK on 28 March, Captain Simon Oliver said the demonstration was only the second time live and synthetic training had been integrated in such a way.

‘One of the challenges we are considering is the training of 30,000 [Territorial Army soldiers] without them necessarily being in the same place. We want to make [the soldier's] experience as real as

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Beth is a former senior reporter for Digital Battlespace and Unmanned Vehicles magazines. Beth graduated …

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