The 1998 Joint Land, Aerospace and Sea Simulation (JLASS 98) wargame provided a rare look at a joint-service educational game sponsored by U.S. senior-level service schools. Although aimed at developing tomorrow's top military leaders, JLASS ``outcomes'' consistently mirror those of annual ``Title-10'' games, which explore complex policy and defense issues that may have to be faced in the future. The 1998 JLASS event, held here at the Air Force's Wargaming Institute Apr. 22-29, was ...

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