WARSIMWar Simulation
WARSIMWarfighters Simulation 2000
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Within WARSIM, UAS systems are replicated by the MUSE (Multiple UAV Simulation Environment) system.
Within WARSIM, the MUSE also supports MTI generation, simulating a JSTARS feed.
WARSIM has a limited interface with Army logistics information systems (LISs) and depends largely on manual inputs by a team of database managers using the Combined Arms Support Command's Joint Deployment Logistics Model (JDLM) and Logistics Federation (LOGFED) for sustainment information.
Specifically, current simulation tools fail to replicate sustainment operations in four major areas: maintenance, sustainment rigor and WARSIM anomalies, LIS interfaces, and human resources operations.
Kevin Dietrick, the director of Army simulation, the Army made a strong case to the office of the secretary of defense that WARSIM was valuable enough to be further explored.
However, only a few months ago, according to one source, WARSIM could not support "even a small, watered-down scenario without crashing for a variety of reasons."
The output is unit basic load (UBL) data from WARSIM, which is provided by the Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation, and supply point data from LOGFED, which is packaged and distributed to all the BCS3 gateways and client systems in the exercise architecture.
Using the data from WARSIM, a unit can use BCS3 to monitor the degradation of stocks.
The biggest contributor to JSIMS, the Army, is going forward with its piece of the system] called WARSIM. Seay said that WARSIM is now the most important project on his agenda this year.
WARSIM is a corps-level battle simulation designed to support the training of unit headquarters and command posts.
WARSIM 2000 is being designed to provide the land component of JSIMS.
Warsim could be available as early as 2004, but its future is tied to JSIMS, which has suffered delays and cost overruns since the program began in 1997.