We provided a successful week of accredited simulated JTAC training to 1 Arty Bde at Tidworth. JTACs from 19 Regt RA and 1 RHA operated from static OP positions and Warrior AFVs, controlling a multi layered ROZ, whilst conducting Joint Fires missions in permissive and non-permissive environments. Brigade TACP signallers based in an Ops Room set up, practised checking in and allocating aircraft to the JTACs and numerous CQ and currency …Read More
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4 Regt Royal Artillery JTACs have just received another concentrated period of accredited JTAC training with Nautilus. Throughout the week, they conducted currency controls including Joint Fires, laser, night tactics techniques and procedures (TTPs), remote observer, full motion video (FMV) and rotary wing. The Certified JTACs were able to consolidate the training they have all received at JFACTSU, prior to their Certified and Qualified checks (CQ). The CQ JTACs also …Read More
3 Commando Brigade’s JTACs have just completed an intense period of accredited simulation training with Nautilus International. 29 Commando newly Certified JTACs were able to utilise the Cobra system working through their Post Certificate Consolidation Syllabus (PCCS). 17 of the PCCS’s 19 serials, as contained in the JSP 918 Part 1 Directive, can be achieved on an accredited simulator. 29 Cdo JTACs already certified and qualified were able to conduct …Read More
Nautilus has just returned from Scotland after supporting 16 Air Assault Brigade (AAB) and the RAF Regiments Air Land Integration (ALI) Cell, on Terminal Strike (TS) 17-2. The deployable Cobra screen and VBS3 simulator can be assembled in less than two hours to deliver accredited JTAC training. 16 AAB and the ALI teams were able to rotate through live OP’s and the simulator over the two week period. By locating …Read More
Due to increased high demand for JALO, US & NATO Accredited JTAC Training we have further invested in a second Cobra curved screen. This will give UK JTAC’s double the concentration and double the training capability. With our SQEP Pilots we are able to deliver JTAC simulation at multiple sites across the UK.
As part of Nautilus Internationals commitment to innovative C4ISTAR simulation capabilities, we are pleased to announce further investment into 14 x Tactical training smartphone devices. With the combined use of advanced simulation software applications and the Samsung Galaxy S7™ protected by the ruggedised Juggernaut™, military users will be able to tactically access simulation technologies. Integrated with the Nautilus Shell Common Operating Picture software application; military users can conduct precision targeting …Read More
Nautilus recently had their rapidly deployable JTAC simulation system accredited by The US JFS ESC and NATO. Alongside of the system accreditation, Nautilus JTAC SME’s completed the annual UK FACSTANEVAL theory and practical exams to deliver JTAC training.
Nautilus International delivered simulation training to 1 Artillery Brigade (1 Arty Bde) JTAC’s and JTAC-Instructors (I) at Larkhill over a 5 day period in May. Using the JALO, US & NATO accredited Cobra Simulator and VBS3, 1 Arty Bde were able to conduct Type 2 and 3 controls from both Fixed and Rotary Wing platforms. Utilising the Form, Fit and Function emulated JTAC equipment (LF28 LTD, PLRF25, IZLID Ultra and …Read More
To enhance the current Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) simulation training, Nautilus International, in conjunction with VSS, has significantly invested into procuring Laser Range Finder Binoculars, Laser Target Designator and IR pointer for night Close Air Support training.
To complement and increase the current MOD JTAC training, Nautilus has invested in Sony’s Ultra High Definition projectors and provides the latest in display technology. This enables the JTAC to positively identify objects within simulated environments contained in VBS3 with ultra realism. New 4K standard + 60 frames per second – The projector can show up to 60 frames per second at 4K . This new 4K industry standard has much higher …Read More