Evaluation of Strike Group Defender as a training platform
McDowell, Perry L.
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The MOVES Institute at the Naval Postgraduate School performed an evaluation of Strike Group Defender (SGD) at the behest of Office of Naval Research. MOVES personnel applied science of learning principles to SGD to determine its potential use as a training tool for anti-ship missile defense. The results were positive, with SGD having many of the characteristics that produce effective training simulations and games. We recommend that SGD receive a full training effectiveness evaluation or transfer of training study to verify that SGD actually delivers the anticipated results.
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