School virtual shooter training program aimed at survival

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School virtual shooter training program aimed at survival

This image shows video game play footage of a mass shooting simulation. The game designers listened to real dispatch tapes to understand the dynamics of such situations, as part a $5.6 U.S. million government-funded program known as the Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment.
This image shows video game play footage of a mass shooting simulation. The game designers listened to real dispatch tapes to understand the dynamics of such situations, as part a $5.6 U.S. million government-funded program known as the Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment.
In this undated frame from video, Tamara Griffith, a chief engineer for a computer-based simulator that can be used to train people on how to react during an active shooter situation, says the goal is to teach teachers to respond as first responders. Using cutting-edge video game technology and animation, the U.S. Army and Homeland Security Department developed a computer-based simulator that can train everyone from teachers to first responders on how to react to an active shooter scenario.

School virtual shooter training program aimed at survival

This image shows video game play footage of a mass shooting simulation. The game designers listened to real dispatch tapes to understand the dynamics of such situations, as part a $5.6 U.S. million government-funded program known as the Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment.
This image shows video game play footage of a mass shooting simulation. The game designers listened to real dispatch tapes to understand the dynamics of such situations, as part a $5.6 U.S. million government-funded program known as the Enhanced Dynamic Geo-Social Environment.
In this undated frame from video, Tamara Griffith, a chief engineer for a computer-based simulator that can be used to train people on how to react during an active shooter situation, says the goal is to teach teachers to respond as first responders. Using cutting-edge video game technology and animation, the U.S. Army and Homeland Security Department developed a computer-based simulator that can train everyone from teachers to first responders on how to react to an active shooter scenario.
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