Matthew C. Denney (USMC, Maj. Retired) was an infantry officer with multiple instructor tours, to include the Tactical Training Exercise Control Group (TTECG) at the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Center. At TTECG he was responsible for exercise design, control and assessment for live fire training from platoon to battalion level as well as instructor certification and the integration of emerging technologies. Upon retirement he worked at the Marine Corps Systems Command Program Manager for Training Systems on assessment and integration. He currently works at the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center providing Combat Operations Center, Fire Support Coordination Center and Fire Support Team training, Command and Control Systems training and Constructive unit support to Mountain Exercise.
Computer Supported Training Solutions: Discussion of a New Framework for Effective Development and Deployment
The potential that computer supported training solutions bring to the military training domain is fairly well recognized, yet we still do not see evidence of large scale adoption or effective deployment of these systems in military forces’ training practices. The opportunities these solutions offer consist not only in the precious resources they may save (material, logistics, human labor), but also in the training opportunities they provide, which would not be available or even possible otherwise.