The Advanced Marksmanship Training Course implements the best elements of serious gaming. The Level III Gaming Interactive Multimedia Instruction consists of simulated-animated practical exercises with scenario-based decision making. The lessons include imbedded video during the instructional portion of the lessons and First Person Shooter (FPS) in the practical exercises and activities. The game design elements simulate Special Operations Forces (SOF) environments to provide realism throughout the training, with real-world scenarios to ensure soldiers understand the importance of their role in Special Forces operations. “Feedback on this product from the customers was exceptional and the product is currently an example for realistic scenarios of training.”
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Introduction to grammar and practical vocabulary necessary for fundamental communication skills. Admission to SPAN 109 is reserved exclusively for those who have never studied Spanish or have not studied Spanish within the past five (5) years, or have placed into this class according to the results of his/her Phase I placement exam.
The Political Military Analysis course instructs US Army personnel in the multiple areas needed to effectively assess the environment in which their units will be deployed. Elements examined include the physical environment, social systems, Political systems, national security systems, economic systems, Information systems, technology systems, and an overall system of systems Analysis.
The ANTRC 170 (V)3 Troposcatter System Simulation course enriches the face to face training students receive on the system, allowing course personnel to continue training adequately with a limited number of systems. The use of this course allows students to master the tasks on the TROPO simulator before practical application on actual equipment. The TROPO simulation supports practical exercises, concurrent training, remedial training, testing, stand-alone as well as self- paced instruction. The course was incorporated by the US Army into Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator training, providing AN/TRC-170 TROPO Scatter System training to every Multichannel Transmission Systems Operator that attended the course.
Over the last 10 years, ACLC has designed, developed, and/or updated a series of language courses for Special Operations Forces from the beginner level to the Elementary level (ILR 1), to include several at the Professional Skill level (ILR3). ACLC’s SOLT courses use the Communicative Approach and a series of techniques to present lessons within the social context. The courses emphasize practical application of the skills recently acquired within the social and military context, implementing performance activities using all tools such as grammar, vocabulary and culture. Students engage in an array of interactive exercises in different modalities, with emphasis in listening and speaking. The standalone course is browser-based and can be taken over the web available through the Army Special Operations University and is also available on CD for those without Internet connectivity. The SCORM version is available via a Learning Management System.