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    Submarine Training Center opens new facility in Guam

    Ship Control Operator Trainer ribbon cutting

    Courtesy Photo | Lt. Cmdr. Jarrod Trant, Command Master Chief Ronald Brooks, and Capt. Michael Martin...... read more read more

    PITI, GUAM

    11.05.2015

    Courtesy Story

    Commander Submarine Forces Pacific

    By Submarine Force Pacific Public Affairs

    PITI, Guam – Naval Submarine Training Center Pacific Detachment Guam (NSTCP Det Guam) celebrated the grand opening of its newest tactical team trainer with a ribbon-cutting ceremony held Sept. 30 in the NSTCP Det Guam training building.

    The Ship Control Operator Trainer (SCOT) is one of the next generation training tools capable of providing the necessary training to submarine crews in order to safely operate submarines in all undersea environments.

    This new, high-tech trainer will be vital to submarine training in Guam. “This trainer is critical to developing a submarine crew’s forward deployed skills for the hazardous assignments of today’s submarine force,” said Capt. Michael Martin, NSTCP commanding officer.

    The SCOT’s new motion platform provides the most extensive and accurate submarine simulations available. Simulating the entire range of submarine scenarios including vertical ascents and descents, submerged maneuvering, surfacing and submerging transitions are at the heart of the new trainer’s functions.

    The SCOT is the first in a series of new, advanced trainers that will arrive in Guam in the coming years. With addition of the MT-1000 fire trainer in the Spring of 2016 and the Virtual Interactive Display Equipment (VIDE) for nuclear training in early 2017, Guam is poised to provide additional state of the art training to submarines homeported at Guam.

    For more news from Commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, visit www.csp.navy.mil.

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    Date Taken: 11.05.2015
    Date Posted: 11.05.2015 22:17
    Story ID: 181116
    Location: PITI, GU 

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