Kratos Mixed Reality Mission Readiness Training System Named Finalist in Halldale Group’s 2022 Military Simulation and Training Awards

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The nomination is in the category of outstanding immersive technologies

Kratos’ UH-1 Aircrew Multi-Position Virtual Environment Trainer (MP-AVET) encased in a Kratos Mixed Reality Holodeck

Kratos' UH-1 Aircrew Multi-Position Virtual Environment Trainer (MP-AVET) encased in a Kratos Mixed Reality Holodeck

Kratos’ UH-1 Aircrew Multi-Position Virtual Environment Trainer (MP-AVET) encased in a Kratos Mixed Reality Holodeck

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: KTOS), a leading provider of national security solutions, today announced that it has been named a finalist in the Halldale Group 2022 military simulation and training scholarships. The award nomination reinforces Kratos’ leadership in applying advanced immersive technologies to enhance military training.

Nominated in the Outstanding A/M/V/XR Application category, Kratos was nominated for the Mixed Reality (MR) Mission Readiness Training (MRT) system it developed and fielded for Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC). MRT is a turnkey solution that allows crews to train in an immersive containerized environment consisting of a UH-1N aircraft simulator, a ground group simulator and an operator instructor station. The Airplane Simulator is a high-fidelity replica of the cockpit, aft cabin, and simulated crew weapons enclosed in a Kratos mixed-reality Holodeck.

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The Ground Party Simulator, also an immersive containerized environment, is fully integrated with the aircraft simulator, allowing ground forces to seamlessly join the collective training mission with their crews, just as they would engage in combat situations together. real fights. With full mission repeat capability, the MRT system has doubled combat mission readiness rates and is certified for both AFGSC security force qualification and training.

Commenting on his nomination as a finalist in MS&T’s prestigious annual awards program, Jose Diaz, senior vice president of Kratos Training Solutions, said, “Making immersive technology a key award category reflects the transformative impact of this technology on the military training. Kratos is happy to be at the forefront of this training evolution.

Halldale Group’s MS&T Magazine Simulation and Training Awards Program showcases the people, products, processes and organizations that deliver exceptional value to its military customers. Many metrics are used to describe value, but the underlying principle is that value ultimately resides in the ability of customers to achieve their goals. Value is about results and is often expressed in terms of change in areas such as resource use, effectiveness, efficiency, time, access, readiness, or even capacity.

About Kratos Defense and Security Solutions
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: KTOS) develops and markets transformative and affordable technologies, platforms and systems for U.S. national security customers, allies and commercial enterprises. Kratos is changing the way advanced technologies for these industries are brought to market quickly through proven business and venture capital approaches, including proactive research and streamlined development processes. At Kratos, affordability is technology and we specialize in unmanned systems, satellite communications, cybersecurity/warfare, microwave electronics, missile defense, hypersonic systems, training, combat and the development of next-generation turbojets and turbofans. For more information, visit

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