Family of system and doctrinal improvements coupled with improved training devices (Recognition of Combat Vehicles
(ROC-V), simulations, and realistic ranges with blue, red and neutral targetry incorporating shoot/don't shoot decision making) will enable the soldier to make better decisions on whether or not to engage an unknown entity.
The primary CVI training aid of choice is the Recognition of Combat Vehicles
(ROC-V) and Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS) with embedded imagery from the ROC-V program.
All Soldiers in the task force were required to train on the recognition of combat vehicles
(ROC-V) using a program on compact disk prior to February 15, 2003.