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ITE VIDEOS

This is the ITE

This is Live

This is Virtual

This is Constructive

 


The Integrated Training Environment (ITE) links live, virtual and constructive training enablers to provide a common operating picture on mission command systems. The ITE – the backbone of the Army Training Concept – is being fielded throughout the Army.


Commanders will find the ITE a vital training support tool as they transition from counterinsurgency training to training for decisive action against a hybrid threat. The ITE provides the complex training environment necessary for developing versatile units and agile, adaptive leaders.


Commander's Perspective

Learn how the ITE links training enablers to a commander's Mission Command System so everything appears live. Click on Question and Answer for additional details from the TRADOC Capability Manager for the ITE.
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Training Enablers

Click photos for videos about each Training Enabler.

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Live

Learn about the role of live enablers in the ITE. Click on Question and Answer for additional details from the TRADOC Capability Manager for Live Training.



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Virtual

Learn about the role of simulators in the ITE. Click on Question and Answer for additional details from the TRADOC Capability Manager for Virtual Training.


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Constructive

Learn about the role of constructive simulations in the ITE. Click on Question and Answer for additional details from the TRADOC Capability Manager for Constructive Training.

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Future Fieldings

* Planned fieldings as of 2 April, 2013
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Last Reviewed: May 7, 2013

 
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