One Day, There Will be no Exercises at Camp Swampy

Wired is awed—but not shocked—by the military’s increasing use of sophisticated computer technology to train groups of forces, forces which often are stationed on different continents. In an article this week, Wired expresses its admiration for this summer’s Joint Red Flag exercise, with its combination of live and simulated activity spread across the nation. Our man Adam Hebert was there, and filed this report. Such training is a hot topic because it is a way to save both time and money. That was the subject of a story by our John Tirpak; read it here.