Identifying hostiles, and shooting moving targets in small spaces is another essential skill for Close Combat. Even the smallest lapse in judgment can cause a soldier to shoot a hostage or innocent bystanders, and the slightest bit of hesitation can result in death. Therefore, soldiers must know how to separate, identify hostiles and engage them decisively while moving through cramped spaces, where their maneuverability may be hindered.
Lastly, even after the shooting ends, soldiers need to be able to maintain control of the situation and carry out their objectives.
All of these skills are difficult to train together, however, modern training simulators
can offer a conclusive solutions
shooting training at close ranges. They have a wide range of training scenarios, from hostage situations, and protecting high valued individuals to clearing buildings, and taking out hostile targets.
These simulators use artificial intelligence and hyper-realistic simulations that can respond according to the actions of a soldier and offer them dynamic training environments. They allow soldiers to train their shooting skills and situational awareness in a very realistic and safe environment, which allows them to become way more effective at close ranges.