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TRADOC Capability Manager Virtual

Definition/Scope: TCM's mission is to perform as the Army's centralized planner, manager, and integrator for all combat developments associated with virtual simulators, simulations, and other components of the virtual training environment. TCM's mission is to perform as the Army's centralized planner, manager, and integrator for all combat developments associated with virtual simulators, simulations, and other components of the virtual training environment. Some of their tasks include: support GWOT by providing relevant virtual training that effectively supports unit, team and individual training, with priority to deploying units and leadersm transition team training and Initial Military Training; support implementation of ARFORGEN; Rapidly develop the future virtual training environment; ensure it replicates full spectrum operations by the Modular Force and balances lethal and non-lethal ooperations; Provide requirements and priorities to the materiel developer and support POM submission development, Program Budget Reviews, and other elements of the Training Support System; Identify science and technology initiatives with potential application to virtual training requirements and solutions.



Acronym:

TCM Virtual

Acronym For:

TRADOC Capability Manager for the Virtual Training Environment

Broader Terms:

Combined Arms Center-Training
Deputy Commanding General, Combined Arms Center-Combined Arms Training
Fort Leavenworth
Training and Doctrine Command
US Army Training and Doctrine Command

Narrower Terms:

Advanced Individual Training
Basic Combat Training
training

Related Terms:

7th Army Joint Multinational Training Command
Army Joint Support Team
Battle Command Knowledge System
Battle Command Training Program
CAC-CDID
CAC-K
CAC-LD&E
Collective Training Directorate
Combat Training Center Directorate
National Simulation Center
TADSS
TRADOC Project Office for One Semi-Automated Force


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