According to Brigadier General Charles Lombardo, deputy commanding general of the U.S. Combined Arms Center-Training, “efficiency starts with improving training management” — and we agree. Now that conflicts can happen at any moment and place, you need to arm military officers with training solutions that allow them to be nimbler and more flexible.
So aside from training officers using conventional methods and strategies, trainers must also be able to provide training to the point-of-need regardless of time and place.
Enable Realistic Live-Fire Training Wherever, Whenever With Road Range™
InVeris’ Road Range™ is a self-contained mobile firearms training facility that integrates live-fire and virtual simulation capabilities to provide a total weapons training solution in a transportable environment. The system is customizable for many applications, including a crime lab, simulation range and advanced training, and can be configured using multiple trailers.
Road Range™ is a three-lane shooting range built inside an over-the-road 53-ft. trailer that is USDOT certified for use on all unrestricted roads. The ballistically secure trailer range is equipped with systems and components and houses all the premium InVeris equipment and brands — including GranTrap™ bullet traps, XWT Target Retrieval System, RangeMaster™, and FATS® products.
Here is why the InVeris Road Range™ is the best mobile training solution for your troop.
Road Range™ also uses a HEPA-filtered ventilation system that meets US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health(NIOSH) design standards and is fully climate controlled.
Simulation and training technologies provide militaries with more opportunities to hone their skills and rehearse multiple times with minimal setup needed. InVeris’ Road Range™ Mobile Range allows you to maximize the benefits of these technologies by providing them in a mobile environment. With Road Range™, your troop can train at the point of need regardless of time and place.
October 28, 2022
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