San Diego-based Titan Systems has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy to develop computer war games for advanced training of the Pacific Fleet. Announced Thursday, the deal could be worth up to $18 million if all options are exercised.
Titan Systems has developed war games for the Navy for the past 13 years. The new simulations will be played by senior officers in the Marines and other branches of the armed forces as well as in the Navy, and by U.S. allies in the Pacific theater of operations. According to a company statement, the games involve "all aspects of modern maritime operations including expeditionary warfare, anti-terror warfare, force protection, information warfare, and the traditional elements of modern fleet and joint operations across the globe."