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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


What does MILO stand for?

Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives

When we first designed and released the MILO simulator systems in 2004, it was unique because, for the first time, you could use one computer-based system to accomplish several training tasks in the same location at once, including classroom-based lessons,  instructional presentations, interactive-individual and group testing, and scoring, physical hands-on firearms and use of force training exercises and scenarios. This multiple training and testing capability led to the acronym MILO.


What funding and finance options are available?

MILO does not directly finance or lease systems. Most agencies and customers use public or private funds to procure MILO systems for law enforcement and public safety training. Some agencies use grants and awards provided by DOJ and other federal sources for training systems specializing in de-escalation, critical incident management training, and decision/judgmental training under stress. We offer financing and leases through third-party finance companies specializing in large equipment financing for our commercial and private customers. Click here for more information.


Who is FAAC in relation to MILO?

FAAC and MILO are brands under the Arotech Company name. Arotech is the organizational parent company to MILO, FAAC, and several other companies and divisions. Arotech is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan. More info is available at


What is your GSA number?

MILO GSA Contract Number: GS-00F-332CA


Please click below for MILO Division-specific Facts and Questions.

MILO Virtual FAQ


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