Wednesday, August 10, 2011

*NEW* National Infantry Museum Combat Simulators | Grand Opening on Friday, 12 August 2011

Beginning 12 August 2011, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center will place you in the middle of the action with our new combat simulator attractions!
Three different pricing options to enjoy all 3 of the NIM's simulator attractions

Located in the Grand Hall, the NIM Sim provides a high-fidelity, information-rich experience in which you can take part in a virtual test drive of the U.S. Army's mechanized operations. The NIM Sim operates from the America's Army computer game, rendered with state-of-the-art Army training simulation technology to create a life-sized virtual world.

You'll conduct high speed missions in an authentically-recreated operating environment, employing teamwork, rules of engagement, high-tech equipment and leadership to achieve mission success.

Experience a virtual simulation of today's modern battlefield
A well-armed genocidal faction in the national city of Nradreg has surrounded a group of humanitarian aid workers and refugees, who face starvation and imminent attack. This enemy faction has rejected all diplomatic efforts to negotiate safe passage of relief supplies. As part of international relief efforts, a combined U.S. Army air, sea and ground task force has been ordered to use appropriate force to reach the remote compound, fighting through fierce resistance to rescue friendlies and deliver vital supplies.

Receive your mission, assemble your team, and roll out!
Up to seven participants take their places in an HMMWV simulator modeled on vehicles employed by Army Special Forces, firing M4 rifles or assigned special duties such as CROWS Gunner or HMMWV Turret Gunner.

Four other participants load into a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter where they employ light arms and provide air support against enemy forces attacking the ground convoy.
Both teams work together to rescue noncombatants and neutralize enemy forces, navigating through the chaos that typifies the contemporary operating environment.

Rated T for realistic
combat environment
(no blood/graphic violence)
Total simulation runtime: 6 minutes

Must be 50" tall to fire M4 rifles; no height restriction for operating the CROWS system with a standard game controller

To maximize the experience, the NIM Sim contains motion effects and LOUD noises; user discretion advised

No flash photography, food or drink permitted

Same system used at the Virtual Army Experience (VAE) traveling show, based on the America's Army PC game, as featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fox News, CNN and AdWeek

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