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Marine Corps tactical decision kits bring op environment to barracks

By Justin Katz  
November 13, 2017 at 11:38 AM
The Marine Corps' new tactical decision kits are the service's next step toward training Marines to fight in different operational environments while remaining on base, according to a service official. The decision kits, which are being distributed to battalions through October 2018, were developed at the direction of Assistant Commandant Gen. Glenn Walters in February, according to an Oct. 3 service statement. The kits utilize augmented reality; a first-person shooter simulation and an interactive tactical decision game that "allows the...

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