SimX receives new US Air Force contracts to advance VR training programs

SimX continues to expand its partnership with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force to develop innovative training solutions for special operations forces, with four new contracts totaling over $1.5 million. These contracts, part of the $2.5M Virtual Advancement of Learning and Operational Readiness (VALOR) research and development program, seek to further develop fielded capabilities for training the USAF's elite medical personnel with the SimX Virtual Reality Medical Simulation System.

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A pararescueman participates in a virtual reality medical scenario during the Special Operations Center for Medical Integration and Development Field Training Exercise led by the 24th Special Operations Wing at Pelham Range Complex in Anniston, Alabama. The SOCMID course was created by the 24th SOW as an effort to better maintain operational readiness of Air Force Special Warfare operators and medical personnel (Picture source: US Air Force)

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