Photos: Army upgrades battlefield simulator

Jul 20, 2012

Better aviation, armour and AI.

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  The ADF does not consider the VBS as a gaming system. "The scenarios and supporting terrain databases developed by Army are for specific military training purposes," a Defence spokeperson said. However, a version of the product was available for Defence personnel to use on their home computers along with commercial variants.  
 

The ADF does not consider the VBS as a gaming system. "The scenarios and supporting terrain databases developed by Army are for specific military training purposes," a Defence spokeperson said. However, a version of the product was available for Defence personnel to use on their home computers along with commercial variants.

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