MILO Range News

John C. Stennis’ Security Department Trains with Laser System

Published on December 31, 2018

ARABIAN SEA 12.19.2018 Story by Petty officer 3rd Class Jacob Greeberg USS John C. Stennis (CVN74) How does a lethal security force maintain proficiency without firing one bullet? The answer: a laser-driven weapons modification system called Multiple Interactive Learning/Training Objectives (MILO) Range. Chief Master-at-Arms Mark Durben, USS John C. Stennis’ (CVN 74) security department’s operations … Continued

Practice Makes Perfect: Defenders Use New Virtual Simulator to Enhance Skills

Published on November 26, 2018

The article as it appeared in the Nov-Dec 2018 AFSFA Security Forces Magazine. “We aren’t expending any ammunition, so it doesn’t cost the Air Force as much money and it’s the tool that they will use every day,” McCullough said. “So they get proficient in holding, aiming, and overall feel of the weapon. Also every success … Continued

A look into one of the Pocatello Police Department’s newest tools

Published on November 6, 2018

We got some hands on time with the Pocatello Police Department’s FAAC Milo Range Use of Force Simulator. A tool which can teach officers important decision making skills that are impossible to learn at a gun range. Using cameras a projector and speakers Pocatello Police Officers have the ability to simulate over 300 scenarios, and … Continued
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