What is it? The Army Training Support System (TSS) is an integrated training support enterprise that is flexible and tailorable to meet dynamic training strategies. TSS, when fully mature, will provide the networked, integrated, interoperable training support and mission rehearsal capabilities necessary to enable an operationally relevant training environment for warfighters. Capabilities of the TSS will extend across the institutional, operational, and self-development training domains, and will support both the current and future Forces. The Army TSS is comprised of three major components: product lines, including training information infrastructures, training aids, devices, simulators, and simulations, training products, training services, and training facilities and land; architectures and standards; and management, evaluation, and resource processes. All three components work together as a system of systems to enhance training effectiveness.
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What efforts does the Army plan to continue in the future? The Army plans to continue to use the TSS to inform training support decisions across all training domains and across a wider spectrum of training support capabilities.
Why is this important to the Army? The TSS, when fully mature, will provide a fully integrated, interoperable training support solution that will help eliminate the development of stove-piped training support capabilities that are redundant and lack interoperability. It will also help maximize limited training resources.
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