U.S. Marine Corps Outlines Simulator Wish List

A U.S. Marine Corps aviator training
A U.S. Marine Corps aviator trains in a simulator as part of a Virtual Flag exercise in 2016.
Credit: U.S. Marine Corps
ORLANDO, Florida—Over the past decade, the U.S. Marine Corps has tripled its number of simulators for aircrews to train and rehearse missions. But now comes the hard part. Marine Corps aviation needs to build on that momentum to connect its simulators across the globe and find new ways to connect...

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