USAF airmen from 129th Security Forces Squadron train on a state-of-the-art MILO Range 300

Bodies run into darkness screaming for the chaos to stop as weapons are waived and fingers rest on triggers. Shots go off but only seem to be flashes of lights.  The enemy lay incapacitated as the two members of the 129th Security Forces Squadron turn to see their results.

The Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives (MILO) simulator is designed to induce stress and test levels of skill in the world of law enforcement. Situations in the real-world are not dictated by the responders’, but the perpetrators actions. Therefore, first responders must be ready to handle whatever situation is thrown at them upon arrival.

Read the full article