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[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] Success Story-CGSC's ILE In the 1990s, CGSC's capstone exercise, Prairie Warrior, was a corps-level command post exercise (CPX) using Corps Battle Simulation (CBS), an Army collective training simulation.
Today, constructive simulations like Corps Battle Simulation (CBS), Joint Conflict and Tactical Simulation (JCATS), or Tactical Simulation (TACSIM) drive the TCC, and over time, these will migrate to the objective systems Warfighters' Simulation (WARSIM) 2000 and One Semi-Automated Forces (OneSAF) simulation as part of the Army Constructive Training Federation (ACTF).
Next year, ACTF starts out with version 1, which will link current simulation systems, such as Corps Battle Simulation (CBS) with Tactical Simulation (TACSIM)--the intelligence piece--and with JCAPS, a joint simulation model at the entity level, said Dietrick.
Important Early Decision To ensure that the Corps Battle Simulation (CBS) gaming process was tansparent and that the Corps gained the maximum training value from the exercise, the V Corps commander directed that the battle staff base its planning focus only on the real-world terrain.
Army's Battery Computer System, exportable SINCGARS radio, Advanced Gunnery Training System and Corps Battle Simulation.
Logicon has supported the BCTP since its inception in 1987, and was part of the development team at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) that produced the Corps Battle Simulation (CBS) system used to simulate combat operations.
; the I Corps Battle Simulations Center at Fort Lewis, Wash.
Constructive simulations include the Corps Battle Simulation (CBS) and Janus, which only require two-dimensional, map displays.