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Submission + - Australian Army upgrades battle simulator (itnews.com.au)

schliz writes: The Australian Army has spent $2.8m on upgrading a core battlefield simulation system that it has used since 2005, to train soldiers deploying to Iraq. The software is developed by Bohemia Interactive; a version of the product is also available for Defence personnel to use on their home computers along with commercial variants. Defence says it does not consider the simulator as a gaming system.
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Australian Army upgrades battle simulator

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