DNWS CM 130 Joint Effects Model Operator Course (JEM)

The Joint Effects Model (JEM) Operator Course gives users basic skills with the JEM to simulate and assess the effects of CBRN weapon strikes and incidents. JEM is a DoD Program of Record for CBRN modeling and represents the integration of selected current capabilities from existing models into a common operating architecture, interoperable system, and user interface. JEM will provide a capability to overlay hazard areas on a map or Common Operational Picture (COP).

This course is offered in the following degree programs:

This course is offered in the following Certificates:

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