Intelligent Decisions will provide a virtual training system to 28 U.S. Army installations worldwide over the next six months, the company announced Thursday.
The three-dimensional interactive environment is designed to simulate major combat operations, irregular warfare, peace operations, limited intervention and peacetime missions.
The company will provide ongoing, onsite operations and maintenance of the system at all Army installations that have the system.
Earlier this spring, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno witnessed a demonstration of the system.
According to the company, the system simulates ground vehicles, aircrafts, dismounted infantry and guided weapons movement in offense, defense, stability, and civil support operations.
Soldiers will also receive feedback on their performance.
Fort Bragg, N.C. received the first system July 26 and two squads from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division participated in a two-hour training exercise.