DAMAGE CONTROL TRAINING TEAM TOOL SUITE
Jackson, John R.
Darken, Rudolph P.
McDowell, Perry L.
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The research effort designed a training and operational system in support of damage control (DC) training, procedure familiarization, and shipboard emergency response teams. The system was aimed to use commercial off-the-shelf systems (both hardware and software) to create an affordable, lightweight, mobile training system focused on filling the gap identified in DC training team (DCTT) deficiencies. It utilized a virtual environment (VE) training system as well as investigated the feasibility of networking ships’ drill team members together to provide better-orchestrated drills to provide better training.
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