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Old 07-21-2016   #1
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Default Virtual Reality civ-mil training Swedish style

A short article on an academic website after the author watched the Swedes and others use virtual reality. Not sure if VR appears on SWC elsewhere!

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....the use of VR to train soldiers in softer skills has flown under the radar.
The article's full title is 'How Sweden is using virtual reality to help the military work with civilians':https://theconversation.com/how-sweden-is-using-virtual-reality-to-help-the-military-work-with-civilians-60904?
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