CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER (CCTT)

Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) is designed to provide Infantry, Armor, Mechanized Infantry, Cavalry, and Armored Reconnaissance crews, units, and staff with a virtual, collective training capability that will increase and sustain readiness. 

Collective Training Capability that will Increase and Sustain Readiness

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Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) is a ground simulator designed to provide Infantry, Armor, Mechanized Infantry, Cavalry, and Armored Reconnaissance crews, units, and staff with a virtual, collective training capability that will increase and sustain readiness. Soldiers train using full-crew simulators, mock-up command posts, and live battalion command posts to accomplish their combined arms training tasks. Units can conduct multiple platoon-level training events, or company and team collective training up to battalion task force level. CCTT allows for up to 32 simultaneous, independent exercises.

CCTT has two subsystems: CCTT, and Reconfigurable Vehicle Tactical Trainer (RVTT). The CCTT system consists of computer-driven, manned-module simulators replicating the many fighting vehicles found in close combat units. Semi-Automated Forces (SAF) populate the battlefield with computer-generated friendly and enemy entities that work interactively with the manned modules. These simulators and SAFs are connected via a local area network to provide real-time, fully interactive, collective task training on computer-generated terrain.

AVT side of a Humvee roof mounted machine gun turret simulator