Interestingly, the challenge is not just to educate more naval forces officers in M&S, but also to educate more of the analysts and model builders in military operations. This has seldom been recognized as a requirement, but it seems quite important to the panel. One mechanism for doing this is to strongly support the DMSO's efforts on common models of the mission space (CMMS), something that the JSIMS and JWARS programs are currently cooperating on. Other mechanisms could be more formal. For example, the panel can imagine the Naval War College taking a lead role in arranging orientation meetings in doctrine, field visits, and relatively in-depth discussion of the emerging CMMS.
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