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Maj. Gen. PW Gilmore, Australian Army, commander, Forces

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Maj. Gen. PW Gilmore, Australian Army, commander, Forces Command tours the Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Capability with Todd Smith, deputy director
JPMRC-Information, Training, Analysis, Computer Simulation and Support. Gilmore stopped by the JPMRC facility during his visit to the island to gain a greater understanding of how the US Army integrates and designs constructed training Mar. 21. The JPMRC-Instrumentation System (IS) is a combination of sensors, radios, and Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System (MILES) equipment combined with a series of software and hardware packages, data collection towers and other capabilities that track the rotational unit’s personnel and vehicles on the battlefield during training. The IS provides enhanced after action reviews compiled by the 196th IN BDE staff and supported by combat training center-experienced analysts.

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20/03/2016
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