To provide a simulation product line that meets the modeling and simulation (M&S) needs of both
the current and future force across the Army's M&S community. To eliminate the need for multiple
simulation tools across the Research, Development and Acquisition; Advanced Concepts and Requirements;
and Training, Exercises and Military Operations M&S domains. To provide software solutions supporting
Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) applications by fostering common components, interoperability,
standardization and reuse.
OneSAF is a next-generation, entity-level simulation that supports both Computer Generated Forces
and Semi-Automated Forces applications. This enables it to support a wide range of constructive and
virtual simulator system solutions. OneSAF has been integrated as the replacement SAF for the Aviation
Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (AVCATT), the Non-Rated Crew Member Manned Module (NCM3), and Close Combat
Tactical Trainer (CCTT). It is serving as the basis for subsequent modernization activities across the
U.S. Army for simulators such as the Longbow Crew Trainer (LCT) and Transportable Flight Proficiency
OneSAF was built to represent the modular and future force and provides entities, units and behaviors
across the full spectrum of military operations. OneSAF has been crafted to be uniquely capable of
simulating aspects of the urban operating environment and its effects on simulated activities and behaviors.
Special attention has been paid to urban operations details including interior rooms, furniture, tunnels
and subterranean features, and associated automated behaviors to make use of these attributes. OneSAF is
unique in its ability to model unit behaviors from fire team to company level for all units for both combat
and non-combat operations. Intelligent, doctrinally-correct behaviors and a range of constructive, gaming
and virtually-based user interfaces are provided to increase the span of control for workstation operators.
The OneSAF user community consists of, but is not limited to, other U.S. Army Program Executive Offices
(PEOs) and Program Managers (PMs); Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Battle Labs; Research Development
and Engineering Centers (RDECs) and agencies; other Services and Joint agencies; foreign countries; non Department
of Defense (DoD) government organizations and agencies; academic institutions; and other Co-Developers.