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Recognition of Combatants (ROC)

Recognition of Combatants

The ROC series of trainers are designed to instruct Marines to recognize various battlefield hazards.

  • Suicide Bomber (ROC-SB)
  • Vehicles (ROC-V)

The ROC trainers offer videos and require user interaction in every exercise and provide highly accurate images of battlefield hazards through different types of sights, such as daylight, thermal, and night vision imagery.

The trainers have a pre and a post test so students and staff can track their progress and account for the numbers of Marines who attend the training.

The ROC series is part of the Deployed Virtual Training Environment (DVTE) suite of simulations.

Modules are short with two hours being a reasonable training time. ROC training can easily be combined with TLTS.

Training Applications

Recognition of Battlefield Hazards.

Locations & Capacity

  • Mainside, Building 1655 Classroom: 26 individuals.
  • Camp Wilson trailer 5501T6: 29 individuals.
  • Unit DVTE: 32 individuals.


Simulation Officer 760-830-8439
Site Manager, CAI 760-830-1366
Camp Wilson Simulators 760-830-4643
Bldg 1707 ISMT 760-830-3143
CACCTUS 760-830-1382
COE Lab 760-830-5622
ITESS 760-830-7544
MISTC 760-830-9240
SAVT 760-362-2324
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