• Corps Battle Simulation - CBS
    CBS is the Army's premiere constructive training simulation at Corps and Division levels. It is a geographically and functionally distributed air/land warfare simulation that drives the U.S. Army Battle Command Training Program's (BCTP) War Fighter Exercises.
  • Army Model Improvement Program - AMIP
    A program objective was to develop a hierarchy of models, which enable the army to simulate combat at Theater, Corps, Division, and Battalion Levels.
  • Force Evaluation Model - FORCEM
    FORCEM provides simulation of all of the air-land activities in a theater of operations over an extended period up to 180 days. Combat operations are at the division level.
    CORDIVEM represents the interactions of the various combat, combat support, and combat service support functional areas.
    CASTFOREM is a stochastic, event-sequenced, opposing forces simulation of ground combat involving up to a Blue battalion task force and a Red regiment.
  • FORCEM Gaming Evaluator - FORGE
    FORGE uses the basic combat/C 2 /movement logic of the systemic non-interactive FORCEM and overlays a graphics-and-menu driven user interface.
  • Theater Level Tactical Air Warfare Model - TAC THUNDER
    TAC THUNDER is a two-sided theater-level, stochastic combat simulation and war game.
  • Rapid Force-on-Force Analysis Tool - SimForce
    SimForce is used by the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and agencies in the DOD that are directly supporting arms control.
  • A First Attack Assessment Model - AFAAM
    A First Attack Assessment Model (AFAAM) is a one-sided stochastic model, which generates the results of a missile attack by red on blue asset target set.
  • Personal Computer Target Acquisition Fire Support Model - PC-TAFSM
    PPC-TAFSM represents the functions of unit movement, target acquisition, communications, tactical fire direction, and artillery weapon effects.
  • Joint Exercise Support System - JESS
    JESS is a computerized battle simulation system. It is designed to drive a Joint Readiness Exercise (JRX), which is a joint task force command post exercise (CPX).
  • Combat Sample Generator Model - COSAGE
    The COSAGE model was developed as a successor to the individual, stand-alone models of the AMMORATES methodology.
  • Tactical Air-Land Operations Model - COMMANDER
    COMMANDER is an analyses tool for studying the effects of various combinations of tactical air weapons and support systems on the outcome of a dynamic, corps level, combined air/ground arms battle.
  • Vector In Commander - VIC
    VIC is a computerized, analytical, mid-intensity model developed for use in estimating net assessments, performing force deployment studies, and generating information for performing tradeoffs among weapon systems.
  • Tactical Air/Land Operations Simulator - TALON
    The TALON system provides capability for modeling ground combat, battlefield reconnaissance, air strike allocation, and air strike impact on ground combat.
  • Tactical Alternative Responses - STAR
    STAR is a stochastic, discrete event, combined arms warfare simulation. STAR uses the set owner, set, set member structure of SIMSCRIPT II.5 to represent the hierarchical structure of combat forces.
  • Joint Theater Level Simulation - JTLS
    JTLS models ground combat, tactical air and naval forces, intelligence and logistics. Typically, the ground war is fought at divisional level.
  • Return Combat Model - RETCOM
    RETCOM is a stochastic, event model that simulates the operation of a single system type, for example, the M60A1 tank or the M113. The systems under study belong to peacetime or combat force engaged in a series of activities and missions.
  • Sortie Generation Model - SGM
    The model evaluates the impact of aircraft design characteristics and support alternatives on combat capability.
  • A Sub-on-Sub Simulation - ASOSM
    ASOSM is a two-sided, symmetric 3000-line model used to evaluate candidate submarines, sensors, and weapons in key antisubmarine roles.
    As the Joint STARS (Army) Ground Station Module (GSM) evolves in new directions, fundamental questions of crew size and configuration, and human-computer interface design continue to be examined.
  • Tactical Air Combat Maneuver - TACM
    TACM portrays a many-versus-many engagement of interceptors with a tactical strike group, including supporting fighters.
    NUC-STRATEGYST is a deterministic optimization resource allocation model that positions percentages of defensive resources in response to a posited strategic attack by nuclear weapons.