"FORT GORDON, Ga. (Feb. 25, 2013) -- The Army recently began schoolhouse computer-based and simulated training upgrades for its advanced Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical -- Terminal to evolve the previous legacy training system to accommodate new system enhancements.
... "These training enhancements increase efficiencies for both the Army and Marine Corps," said Larry Raville, SMART-T project lead. "If these Soldiers have an AEHF SMART-T fielded to their unit, they will have already had the Advanced EHF training, eliminating the need for delta training had they only been trained on the legacy system."
... "Simulation is a big focus now because our forces can train in real-time without having to utilize valuable satellite resources," said Mel Pointer, SMART-T logistics management specialist. "Now instead of Soldiers logging on to the actual satellite for training, they can use the SATSIM, and that satellite resource can be more appropriately dedicated to an operational unit where it is most needed." " - from source: http://www.army.mil