The U.S. military withdrawals from Iraq and Afghanistan will shift more training for the Army Reserve to home stations, its top officer says, but the increased use of simulators can help fill that need, keeping the force “ready and relevant.” Speaking Nov. 14 to the Defense Writers Group here, Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Talley, 32nd Chief of the Army Reserve, says he wants increased use of simulators for training the “Big Army’s” enabling complementary force of doctors, engineers, logistics and ...


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