Navy Use of MILES for Evaluation

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How does the U.S. Navy use the MILES engagement system for force-on-force training and evaluation? 

The inquirer expressed specific interest in the use of MILES for at-sea, small-boat engagements where small arms, crew-served weapons, and remote weapon stations were considered. DSIAC staff contacted representatives from the Department of Defense Training staff and the MILES system standard holder. Findings and contact information were summarized and delivered to the inquirer.

Inquiry Completion Date: 
Tuesday, May 1, 2018