Virtual training holds significant promise for military readiness, but the Pentagon still lacks a comprehensive understanding of how to optimally balance live and virtual training. Developing a holistic taxonomy of training tasks is an important first step.
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The military faces a looming readiness crisis as sequestration threatens to return, troops return to garrison, and the nature of warfare evolves. To offset these pressures on its own accord, the military can reevaluate how it trains its personnel.
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Agencies face unprecedented challenges in their efforts to sufficiently protect sensitive but unclassified and classified information from both malicious and unintentional actors.
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