STRICOM

AcronymDefinition
STRICOMSimulation Training and Instrumentation Command
STRICOMSimulation, Training & Instrumentation Command (US Army)
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Special Operations Command, 1987-; REDCOM (Readiness Command), 1971-1987; STRICOM (Strike Command), 1962-1971; U.
He noted that, previously, STRICOM was fragmented and training was developed in isolation from operational concerns.
A typical simulation center that STRICOM provides under FMS programs involves 12 to 16 workstation personal computers, LAN capability, required operating software and the requested model or simulation.
Simlas technology is the basis for the LPDD TESS recently developed for the US Army STRICOM.
STRICOM expects to award contracts for Lots I, II and IV by the end of the year.
The ICT is working with STRICOM and commercial game-development companies to create two additional training simulations.
The Consortium is comprised of many leading corporations and educational institutions including Charter Members: 3Dlabs, US Naval Postgraduate School, Sun Microsystems, Intel Corporation and US Army STRICOM.
Army is demonstrating the Land Warrior Embedded Training Module, which is based on Sentiris(TM) with software by Reality by Design within the STRICOM Booth.
STRICOM (Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation Command) will manage the procurement and the contracting process.
The Consortium is comprised of many leading corporations and educational institutions including 3Dlabs, Intel Corporation, SGDL Systems, Sun Microsystems, US Naval Postgraduate School and US STRICOM.
The CSAS program leveraged technology from the Lightweight Player Detection Devices (LPDD), also an Army STRICOM program.