Lt. j.g. Rob McClenning answers questions from panel members about his new product pitch at the March 2016 Innovation Jam hosted aboard Wasp-class amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD 2). The Innovation Jam showcase pioneering concepts and rapid solutions to the fleet by SSC Pacific, the Athena Project, Tactical Advancements for the Next Generation and the Hatch. US Navy photo.
THE PENTAGON – The Navy continues to rely on its sailors at all levels for innovative ideas that will help the service operate better, faster, and for less money, the deputy under secretary of the Navy for management told USNI News. Read More
1st Lt. M. Joel Wagaman, project manager at Marine Corps Systems Command’s Program Manager Training Systems, demonstrates the use of the Advanced Gunnery Training System—a simulation-based system that provides Marine crews gunnery and tactical training for the M1A1 Main Battle Tank and Light Armored Vehicle. US Marine Corps photo.
The Navy will explore the use of virtual environments for training, modeling, prototyping and more in the latest step of its innovation drive. Read More
The following is a July 7, 2015, memo from Navy Secretary Ray Mabus outlining how the Navy and Marine Corps will identify opportunities to incorporate virtual environments into training, integration and more. Read More