Tactical Weapons Magazine published: 01 Oct 2010
Law Enforcement Trainers - Making it real! Getting ready for life-threatening conditions in the real world takes a lot more than one day per month shooting on the proverbial square range.Read More
Engineering process improvementspublished: 01 Oct 2010
MTSI Highlighted in Case Study - Jamil Rashid of JARA explains why engineers in the aerospace and defence industry need to focus on core management skills to improve performanceRead More
Australian Army Newspublished: 01 Jul 2010
Coaching Huge Success - Townsville, QLD - A BDE warrant officer is claiming a 98 per cent success rate for an after-hours Weapons Training Simulation System (WTSS) coaching project he has been running for almost three years.Read More
Fort Bliss tests new moving target system - www.Army.milpublished: 01 Jun 2010
Fort Bliss tests new moving target system - MCGREGOR RANGE, N.M. (Army News Service, June 25, 2010) - Soldiers from 1st Engineer Battalion, 361st Regiment, 5th Armored Brigade got their chance June 16 to participate in the first "proof of principle" live-fire exercise on a moving target that turned and adjusted speed along a hidden 350 meter track.Read More
Jane's Defense published: 01 Jun 2010
Meggitt claims world record for Hammerhead USV-T swarmex - Meggitt Training Systems Canada has conducted a swarm exercise involving 16 Hammerhead expendable unmanned surface vessel targets (USV-Ts) with the Canadian Navy off the country's Pacific coast.Read More
Defense Professionals published: 01 Jun 2010
Meggitt first to simulate naval swarm threat - Meggitt Training Systems Canada, the world's leading naval target company, has conducted the world's first large-scale 'swarmex' demonstration.Read More
First of its kind; Bliss receives ECPMT Moving target program to provide real-life trainingpublished: 01 Jun 2010
June 2010 - Fort Bliss Online Monitor
MCGREGOR RANGE, N.M. - Soldiers from 1st Engineer Battalion, 361st Regiment, 5th Armored Brigade, participated in the first live-fire with the entry control point moving target program during its acceptance testing conducted here June 16.
Meggitt first to simulate naval swarm threat published: 01 Jun 2010
June 2010 - Defence Professionals
Meggitt Training Systems Canada, the world's leading naval target company, has conducted the world's first large-scale 'swarmex' demonstration.
Meggitt supplying Indirect Fire training - Australian Defense Magazine published: 01 Jun 2010
An Army Minor Project has been raised to provide for the replacement of the existing indirect fire simulators at the Combined Arms Training Centre and Land Command units, along with a Forward Air Controller training capability.