APRIL 12, 2016, GREAT LAKES (NNS) – Naval Service Training Command has announced a new interactive recruit reboot war game to evaluate the most effective training practices at Recruit Training Command, the Navy’s only boot camp.
Signups are now open for all Navy personnel to play Recruit Reboot from April 25 to May 13. Playing will help provide the best possible Sailors to the fleet and shape the 21st Century Navy.
Recruit Reboot is a completely anonymous game on the Massive Multiplayer Online War Game Leveraging the Internet (MMOWGLI) platform, generated by the Navy Post-Graduate School and NSTC to use feedback commentary to help solve challenges.
Players provide feedback by playing “idea cards” on six areas of training including militarization, damage control, seamanship, personal financial development, policy, and watchstanding. Players earn points with each card they play as well as by commenting on another player’s card. The more points they earn, the more players help provide the most effective training for their future shipmates.
The player with the most points wins the game and will earn a Flag Letter of Commendation, awarded by Rear Adm. Stephen C. Evans, commander, Naval Service Training Command, for their positive impact on Naval Accessions Training. Although player points are displayed, their feedback will remain anonymous.
Ask your Chief for the Recruit Reboot flyer or visit http://mmowgli.nps.edu/recruitreboot/ to sign up and play.
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