DoD Training and Simulation Market

Expecting a Flat Market as the Industry Focuses on Providing Cost-efficient Proficiency Training through Blended Means

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As the Department of Defense’s discretionary spending levels off, the training and simulation market will remain relatively strong. As the services try to find the correct balance between live and simulated training, money will be spent on more immersive, virtual training to achieve an overall cost savings. Many issues such as networking standards and security need to be addressed before robust live, virtual, and constructive networks can be effectively implemented. With decreasing defense budgets, traditional defense contractors will need to continue forming partnerships with commercial and other defense firms to provide the best technology-driven proficiency training at reasonable costs and to seek out fore

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsCEO’s PerspectiveAssociated MultimediaMarket OverviewMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Market Definitions (continued)Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Segmentation Market Segmentation (continued) Market Segmentation (continued) Drivers and Restraints—Total DoD Training and Simulation MarketMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Forecasts and Trends—Total DoD Training and Simulation MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast AssumptionsDoD Budget Forecast—Program FundingDoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding (continued)DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding (continued)DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding (continued)DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding (continued)DoD Budget Forecast—Program Funding (continued)Market Share and Competitive Analysis—Total DoD Training and Simulation MarketMarket ShareMarket Share EvolutionMarket Share AnalysisMarket Revenue by SegmentContractsCompetitive EnvironmentTop CompetitorsCompetitive Factors and AssessmentCompetitive Factors and Assessment (continued) CEO’s 360 Degree Perspectiveon the DoD Training and Simulation IndustryCEO’s 360 Degree PerspectiveAir/Missile Defense Training Segment BreakdownAir/Missile Defense TrainingAir/Missile Defense Training ContractsCombat Vehicle Training Segment BreakdownCombat Vehicle TrainingCombat Vehicle Training ContractsComputer Training Segment BreakdownComputer TrainingComputer Training ContractsFixed Wing Training Segment BreakdownFixed Wing TrainingFixed Wing Training ContractsGeneral Flight Training Segment BreakdownGeneral Flight TrainingGeneral Flight Training ContractsGround Combat Training Segment BreakdownGround Combat TrainingGround Combat Training ContractsGround Vehicle Training Segment BreakdownGround Vehicle TrainingGround Vehicle Training ContractsLanguage Training Segment BreakdownLanguage TrainingLanguage Training ContractsMaintenance Training Segment BreakdownMaintenance TrainingMaintenance Training ContractsMedical Training Segment BreakdownMedical TrainingMedical Training ContractsMiscellaneous training Segment BreakdownMiscellaneous TrainingMiscellaneous Training ContractsParachute Training Segment BreakdownParachute TrainingParachute Training ContractsRotary Wing Training Segment BreakdownRotary Wing TrainingRotary Wing Training ContractsSubsurface Combat Training Segment BreakdownSubsurface Combat TrainingSubsurface Combat Training ContractsSurface Combat Training Segment BreakdownSurface Combat TrainingSurface Combat Training ContractsUAS Training Segment BreakdownUAS TrainingUAS Training ContractsTrainer Aircraft Maintenance Segment BreakdownTrainer Aircraft MaintenanceTrainer Aircraft Maintenance ContractsThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Other Companies—Market Share SlidesList of Other Companies and Programs—Computer Training SegmentList of Other Companies and Programs—Fixed Wing Training SegmentList of Other Companies and Programs—General Flight Training SegmentList of Other Companies and Programs—Ground Combat Training SegmentList of Other Companies and Programs—Ground Vehicle Training SegmentList of Other Companies—Language Training SegmentList of Other Companies—Maintenance Training SegmentList of Other Companies and Programs—Medical Training SegmentList of Other Companies—Miscellaneous Training SegmentList of Other Companies—Parachute Training SegmentList of Other Programs and Companies—Rotary Wing Training SegmentList of Other Companies—Subsurface Combat Training SegmentList of Other Companies and Programs—Surface Combat Training SegmentPartial List of Companies Interviewed


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