Army Releases Disaster Response Video Game

Published: July 19, 2016
Category: News

National Defense Magazine featured the release of DisasterSim, a new Army video game is taking soldiers into the heart of foreign disaster zones and delivering real-world training from their laptop or tablet.
Disaster Sim was created by the Army Research Laboratory and programmers from the Institute for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California as a cost-effective training tool for company grade officers and mid to junior non-commissioned officers engaged in foreign disaster relief, said Maj. Timothy Migliore, chief of the Army’s games for training program in the article.