Army Futures Command Brings New Technology to the Master Gunner School

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The Augmented Reality Maintainer-Operator Relay System (ARMORS) is a collaborative initiative between the Army Applications Lab, Taqtile Inc., and the Synthetic Training Environment Cross-Functional Team. During a recent Soldier touchpoint at the Master Gunner School at Fort Moore, Georgia, instructors test the remote assistance capability inside the Abrams Tank (U.S. Army photo).

February 5, 2024 | Originally published by U.S. Army on January 22, 2024

FORT MOORE, Ga. — Master Gunners at the Maneuver Center of Excellence at Fort Moore, Georgia, recently participated in a Soldier touchpoint that brings future technology to enhance Soldier training.

“ARMORS (Augmented Reality Maintainer-Operator Relay System) in the Master Gunner School means faster problem-solving, less downtime, and better training,” said Maj. Edwin Vasquez, Technology Integration Facility Director, Synthetic Training Environment Cross-Functional Team.

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