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IDF Commences Training In New Elbit B2MTC

B2MTC Brigade Command Post [via Elbit Systems]
The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) have commenced training in Elbit Systems’ new Brigade and Battlegroup Mission Training Center or B2MTC.


Press Release, Haifa, 20 July 2020: The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) recently initiated a series of brigade level exercises in Elbit Systems’ new Brigade and Battlegroup Mission Training Center (B2MTC). The new training centre immerses commanders, headquarters staff and two subordinate command levels in high-fidelity combat situations in actual battle zone territory.

IDF B2MTC Training Hall [via Elbit Systems]

B2MTC presents commanders and their staff with a realistic operational picture, enables them to operate a range of assets, compels them to respond to real-time changes and requires them to cope with tactical communications that are realistically impacted by various effects.

B2MTC Company Commander Trainee [via Elbit Systems]

Military operations are becoming increasingly complex, while large-scale exercise opportunities occur less frequently due to cost, logistics and environmental constraints. Elbit Systems’ new trainer provides Armed Forces with a flexible and scalable solution to train commanders and their staff, together with combat support elements, for contemporary multi-domain warfare.

B2MTC Brigade Command Post [via Elbit Systems]

Supporting large-scale geo-specific terrain, dynamic weather and thousands of virtual entities, the B2MTC offers a uniquely engaging training experience for more than a hundred of trainees at a time. The system emulates the realistic flow of information between levels of command and from a range of intelligence, target acquisition and fire functions, enabling complex, joint combat scenarios to be exercised. In-service tactical communication is simulated, with performance realistically impacted by cyber, bandwidth, terrain, weather and other effects. The exercise director can introduce dynamic, on-the-fly changes into the simulation, allowing commanders to test their ability to react and adapt to the challenges of battle. The after action review and debrief mode offers synchronised playback of the entire exercise, providing trainees with meaningful insight into the consequences of decisions and actions.

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