Overview of the Warrior Preparation Center's joint warrior exercises

by Paul B. Rehmus

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The Warrior Preparation Center (WPC) is a joint U.S. Army/U.S. Air Force training facility for senior European battle commanders and their staffs. Its mission is to use interactive computer simulations to train them for joint prosecution of war. This paper presents a summary of the exercise history, a brief synopsis of the WPC's concept of operation, and a survey of many of the computer models that support the exercises.

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