Army Driver & Route Clearance Training

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Army Driver & Route Clearance Training

Military Driving Simulation and Virtual Clearance

FAAC’s military driving simulators create real-world experiences that let drivers hone their skills in a variety of challenging situations. Drivers can learn a wide range of tasks, from basic vehicle operating procedures to more advanced scenario-based tactical training for many different vehicle types. 6-DOF, 3-DOF seat motion, fixed facility or mobile, FAAC has a driving simulator to meet your training requirements.

Army Driver & Route Clearance Training Solutions

Military Operator Driving Simulator

FAAC’s Operator Driving Simulators (ODS) have been a major contributor to the training of military Motor Transport Operators since the beginning of their fielding with the U.S. Army in 2002. The majority of Army ODS systems are located at Fort Leonard Wood supporting the Motor Transport Operator Schoolhouse. In 2007 the Marine Corps, which was already committed to schoolhouse simulation-based driver training with FAAC’s MTVR-TS driving simulator, realized the need for a reconfigurable driving simulator to support pre-deployment training of Marine Operational and Reserve Forces both in CONUS and overseas, with the majority of systems configured in mobile trailers. The Air Force, Navy and National Guard have also procured ODS systems for training their tactical wheeled vehicle operators. To date, over 150 ODS simulators have been fielded.

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“Soldiers can actually perfect skills before they get in combat.

Mistakes are easy here. We can correct mistakes here, we can’t correct mistakes there.”

Col. Brad Smith, Commander, Camp Shelby

Training...On the right Track?

Did you know that simulation training can help students achieve 90% learning retention? Help your training program by getting on the right track with simulation training.

Go Beyond The Simulator And Learn How To Train. FAAC’s Instructor Development courses go beyond the simulator, and teach instructors how to use the simulator as a training tool.

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