Outdoor laser tag scenarios lend themselves well to military simulation games. In fact the new SATR3 laser tag system has a dedicated mil-spec theme.
Various units from the army, navy and air force have all used our laser tag equipment.
Military organizations including reservists, cadets and ROTCs have used our brand of laser tag equipment with great benefit.
While the complex (and expensive) MILES system is often best for military training exercises some military organizations, especially cadet units, do not have the budget to run simulations using MILES.
The less complex laser tag equipment is a great alternative. SATR3 supports the NATO protocols for medical wounds and force-on-force engagement scenarios.
Pictures right is a group of cadets from Barbados using our laser tag equipment.
Read our case study about the Sea Cadets on the USS Orleck, click here.
We have also supplied the youth program at Air Force Base at Fort Warren, Wyoming, USA.
Even the British Royal Marines Commandos stationed on board of the carrier HMS Bulwark have trained with our gear.