Simulators currently provide an alternative to aircraft when it comes to training requirements, both for the military and for commercial airlines. For the U.S. Air Force, in particular, simulation for training offers a cost-effective way, and in many instances a safer way in comparison with live flying, to replicate real-world missions. Current technical issues related to simulation for training include simulation fidelity and multi-level security, among others, which will need to be addressed in order for the Air Force to take full advantage of this technology.
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|1 Air Force Simulation Needs||3-16|
|2 How Simulation is Currently Used by Military, Industry, and Government Agencies||17-24|
|3 Committee Member Observations on Adapting Additional Simulation Techniques for the Air Force||25-32|
|A--Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||33-36|
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