The US Army’s Special Operations Semi is coming to U-High on Tuesday, May 2nd. Students will be allowed to visit the trailer, which will be in the pit, from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. Students must visit the trailer on a free period! The semi will feature:
Ground Mobility Vehicle Drive Simulator
AH6 Little Bird Simulator
Two Immerse Dome Stations
Army Careers Kiosk
Special Operations Wall of Heroes
Photo Ops Areas
Interactive displays include a parachute simulator, ground mobility vehicle, helicopter simulator, dual Immerse Dome simulators, multiple touch-screen monitors and a Medal of Honor kiosk.
– The parachute simulator allows visitors to strap into a harness and hang from the display van as part of a virtual reality skydiving experience.
Participants wear headgear that provides a view of the action as they descend on a drop zone.
– The ground mobility vehicle (GMV) is a team simulator operated by a driver and a gunner. The driver uses monitors to maneuver through a city while avoiding obstacles. The gunner wears a helmet with a display screen to identify and engage enemy targets.
– Immerse Dome displays engage participants in the action of Army Special Forces Operations. As you sit in a chair, domes lower to allow you to become immersed in the sights, sounds, and even smells, of Army Special Forces Operations. Videos include Special Operations Soldiers conducting various types of training.
– The touch screen monitors allow participants to navigate a myriad of Army career possibilities You can select from a list of jobs the Army has to offer and view videos of Soldiers describing their training and experiences in those military specialties. Also included is information on Army benefits, installations and educational opportunities.
– Static displays include mannequins dressed as a Diver with amphibious gear and as a combat ready Special Operations Operator with some the latest equipment and weapons used today.
– The Medal of Honor kiosk includes the bios and stories of Army Special Forces Soldiers and their outstanding service in war and peacetime operations. Their sacrifice often meant a choice between saving their own lives or those of their fellow Soldiers. We Will Never Forget These Brave Warriors.