CAPL’s Virtual Simulators are interactive virtual experiences for Army Professionals that can be played on a computer. The virtual simulators place Soldiers and Civilians into realistic and relevant scenarios where they can learn by making decisions and seeing the potential real-life consequences that play out in a movie format. The virtual simulators enable Army Professionals to better understand key concepts of the Army Profession and Ethic through the lens of everyday Army situations, in garrison and deployed, and improve their ability to uphold the Army Ethic in decisions and actions.
Keepers of the Colors & our Profession
Battalion and Brigade Commanders are responsible for everything that happens or doesn't happen in their respective organizations and their Command Sergeants Major are their most important advisors, charged with the skillful execution of the Commander's intent. In this virtual simulation, you get to face the home station leadership challenges of a new Battalion Command Team and a new Brigade Command Team.
The primary audience for Keepers of the Colors & our Profession is Battalion and Brigade Command Teams.
Dedicated to the Profession
As a member of the Army Civilian Corps, you make a key contribution to the success of the mission - helping to grow the Army as a Profession and not just a bureaucracy. In Dedicted to The Profession, you get the opportunity to experience the mission as a new Army Civilian employee, a new prior service Army Civilian, and a new supervisor. Each character provides its own insights into different aspects of the Army Civilian's role in the Army Profession.
The primary audience for Dedicated to the Profession is Army Civilians.
In My Squad
As Junior Enlisted Soldiers you are dedicated members of the Army Profession. CAPE's In My Squad virtual simulator puts you in realistic situations that will challenge your critical thinking and decision making skills. The goal of this virtual simulator is to help you develop in your Character, Competence, and Commitment as dedicated members of the Army Profession.
The primary audience for In My Squad is Junior Enlisted Soldiers.
- Windows XP, Vista, or 7 / Mac OS 10.4 or higher
- Adobe Flash Player 10+
- 1 GHz or faster processor (2GHz recommended for the full-screen playback at high resolutions)
- 256 MB of RAM (512 MB recommended)
- DVD-ROM Drive Video Card & Display (1024 * 768 minimum resolution)
- Sound Card & Speakers / Headphones Keyboard & Mouse)
*Instructions are for downloads only.
Warning: This product uses large video files, streaming requires a fast connection.