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ITEC 2014: Masa applies Sword logistics element
The modelling and simulation company is demonstrating the new application - which allows logistics command staff to train at a similar level to the combat battalion, brigade or divisional staff - at the ITEC exhibition in Cologne.
Juan-Pablo Torres, president of Masa, told Shephard that traditionally the simulation community ‘pays attention to command staff war operators as opposed to logistics'.
He said that the logistics supply chain has now been added to the Sword system and is configurable.
‘Now it …
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