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M & S Leadership Summit 2009

Dr. Jim Blake

Program Executive Officer for

Simulation, Training and Instrumentation

2 February 2009


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Since the last M & S Caucus

  • PEO STRI growth

    • Addition of Head of Contract Activity designation

    • Joint responsibilities added to charter

    • Coordination with others

      • Weapon System Reviews

      • Customer Advocates

      • RDECOM (TARDEC, CERDEC and STTC for program linked advancements)

    • Foreign Military Sales (63 countries)

  • Interoperability and Integration via programmatic efforts and Interoperability and Integration Advisory Board (I2AB)

    • Standards

    • Common components

    • Data

    • Processes

    • Architectures


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Medical Simulation

Medical Simulation Training Centers (MSTC)

  • Origin

    • VCSA DIRECTIVE – 2005

    • ONS – 2005

    • CPD – closed AROC, at JROC

  • Locations and uses

    • 18 sites around the world;

    • Plans for 18 additional sites; next fielding is Ft. Benning in 2009; Saudi Arabia (FMS) in 2009.

  • Progression

    Next MSTC System upgrades are the Medical Training Evaluation and Review (MeTER) System, and Tetherless Mannequin (TLM).


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Medical Simulation Training Center Locations

Alaska

Hawaii

Ft Lewis (2ea)

(Stryker)

CP Ripley

Biak Training Center

Ft Drum

Ft McCoy

Gowen Field

Germany

CP Atterbury

(IBCT/Urban)

Ft Indian Town Gap

Ft Riley

(MiTT/IBCT)

Ft. Dix

(CS/CSS)

Ft Carson (2ea)

Ft Knox

Ft Leonard Wood

Ft Lee (CSS) PGSP

Ft Campbell

CP Parks

Ft Bragg

Ft Sill

Ft Gordon

Ft Jackson

Ft Benning

Ft Bliss (2ea)

(FCS/HBCT)

CP Shelby

(HBCT)

Ft Stewart

Ft Hood

Ft Polk

Ft Sam Houston

CFLCC Funded

USARPAC

Kuwait Afghanistan

Balad, Iraq

(deployable)

Fielded (IOC)

Planned (FOC)

Joint

(2 systems)


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Medical Simulation Mission Focus Areas

  • Medical Simulation for Medical Units/Activities (CLS, 68W, CHS, Evacuation, clinical, surgical)

    • Simulated medical supplies (bandages, dressings, blood)

    • Mannequins (Tethered, Tetherless, Autonomous)

    • Virtual Medical Trainers

  • Non-medical simulation for Medical Units/Activities (rehabilitation, integration)

    • Common Driver Trainer

    • EST-2000

    • HMMWV Egress Assistance Trainer (HEAT)

  • Medical Simulation for Non-medical Units/Activities (unit level training)

    • Brigade Medical Training Set (BMTS)

    • Initial Medical Training Center (IMTC)


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Advanced Medic Training Technologies ATO

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) Game

  • Developed for use with the 91W10 Healthcare Specialist Course

  • Follows the MOUT/TC3 Program of Instruction

  • Interchangeable environments, courseware, modules and scenarios

  • Standardized assessment across training

  • Initial and refresher training capabilities

  • Mission editing tools to create new training

  • Automated assessment for individuals/team


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Severe Trauma Simulation ATO

  • Improve realism:

    • Look, feel, smell, sound

    • Simulate skin, flesh, bone, fluids, etc…

    • User needs and POIs

    • Maintain ruggedness

  • Create reluctance

  • Create difficulties

  • Minimize manpower