Training & Simulation Journal
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Training & Simulation Journal Cover December 2011
|Owner(s)||Sightline Media Group|
|Headquarters||6883 Commercial Drive, Springfield, Virginia, United States|
Training & Simulation Journal (TSJ) Training and Simulation Journal (TSJ) is a website and magazine covering the global military training and modeling and simulation industries, published every two months.
The website includes a range of news and features, as well as monthly game reviews. The magazines include previews of the two major modeling and simulation trade conferences, ITEC and the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference.
Writers cover a broad range of topics relating to the military.
Examples of topics covered include technological innovations and new products, industry acquisitions, language and mobile learning, government budgets and training curricula, agency interoperability, robotics, war games, vehicle simulators (for tanks, helicopters, airplanes, convoys, and submarines), maintenance training, virtual reality systems, and weapons or tactical training (such as laser targeting systems, MOUTs, dismounted infantry simulator). TSJ also publishes interviews, technical briefings, and commentaries from outside contributors.
TSJ is published by the Sightline Media Group, which is a part of TEGNA Digital, which itself is owned by TEGNA, Inc. Prior to becoming Sightline Media Group, it was formerly known as Gannett Government Media from 1997 - 2015 until it was spun-off into one of the digital properties of TEGNA. Prior to being owned by Gannett in 1997, it was known as the Army Times Publishing Company when it was published by Times Journal Company.
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