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The Simulation Laboratories are used for conducting classified electronic warfare investigations of domestic and foreign surface-to-air missiles (both EO/IR and radio frequency guided), anti-radiation missiles, and anti-tank guided missiles. The laboratories, most of which are unique within DOD, are employed in the development, modification, and operation of digital computer software and hardware-in-the-loop simulations with both missile guidance and jammer hardware in the simulation loops. Major equipment items are extensive digital computer networks, missile guidance interfaces, guidance system hardware replicas, and numerous varieties of laboratory instrumentation for collection, recording, and analysis of simulation output. These facilities and simulation systems are unique within DOD because of specific classified data and system capabilities that are not duplicated elsewhere.

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