Also in the news: Video game lets soldiers fight in virtual battlefield

A video game developed by the Army in 2002 as a way to promote awareness about the military has evolved into a practical training tool.

The game was recently used to develop a training simulation to teach soldiers how to use robots to detonate improvised explosive devices. Army leaders say the game’s graphic details make it a good training platform.

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