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We recognise that Training is a mission-critical activity. It involves various stakeholders, draws on a range of resources, requires a whole force approach and relies on commercial innovation. We enable our customers to deliver challenging, immersive, adaptable and cost-effective training across all domains and operating environments.

We do so by optimising the deployment of the full range of assets and technologies, integrating human factors and operational experience and delivering objective evidence for measuring individual and collective performance. We are working collaboratively with others in long-term partnership with our customers.

Example of a Future Air Domain Focused Operational Training Ecosystem

This integrated operational network of capabilities would support frontline Gen 5 combat air training requirements
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Blog: Support to Training for Countering Non-Traditional Air Threats
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Ensuring the correct resources are available to enable a full range of training tasks is essential in combating present and future asymmetric air threats. Find out more here.

The Trust Factor

Improved collective training starts with trust at its core. This report examines the role of trust in training and in generating defence capability.
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Training & Mission Rehearsal
NEW ARTICLE: Armies Need to Build More Trust in AI
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Download the article to read the interview between Military Training & Simulation Magazine and Christina Balis, QinetiQ Global Campaign Director for Training and Mission Rehearsal.

Trust in AI

This paper builds on the premise that trust at all levels is essential to the effective adoption of AI for military decision-making and explores key related questions.
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