Game simulations are a perfect way to train individuals in the science of movement techniques and the associated communication skills that are needed to be effective when operating within a tactical scenario. In preparation for paintball matches or other tactical scenarios, teams should use games such as Call of Duty or other networked first person shooter games to replicate a battle space that requires individual communications in a tactical environment. These games/simulations allow for the execution of battle drills such as a clear a room, clear a trench, conduct ambush in a controlled environment where resources could be constrained. Prior to any field exercise the most professional militaries in the world rely on simulations such as Virtual Battlespace to refine team communication skills that are necessary to reinforce how each soldier interacts with each other when moving within a buddy team, within a fire team and within a squad. Simulations are a cost effective way to allow team members the opportunity to visualize how their actions contribute to such simple drills as laying down a base fire so another team member can maneuver. Today's simulations are a resource that must not be overlooked when establishing a training program for your team. As long as everyone has access to a gaming console, anyone can join the training from remote locations. Assign younger individuals on the team who are the most familiar with these systems to train others on how to use them. It is essential to use simulations as a rehearsal to work out any problems before the next training event. Your onsite rehearsals will go much smoother, and best of all you'll save range time expenses.