AMSO's Mission

    The Army Modeling Simulation Office serves as HQDA’s lead activity to:
  • Develop the strategy and policy for Army Modeling and Simulation Enterprise
  • Execute effective governance and resource management through leadership and synchronization
  • Lead coordination of the Army modeling and simulation enterprise and cross-community areas including Joint, Intergovernment, Interagency, and Multinational environments
  • Train, Educate and Manage the Army Analysis, Modeling & Simulation M&S Workforce (Military and Civilian)

Strategy & Resources Division

The Strategy and Resources (SR) Division develops, synchronizes, and promulgates Army modeling and simulation (M&S) policy and strategy; develops and synchronizes the Army's M&S enterprise efforts across Army communities and commands; and coordinates Army M&S priorities and requirements with The Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Commands and organizations, international partners and allies, and other required organizations in support of Army priorities.


The Simulation Proponent and School provides highly effective resident, online, and mobile training teams for the education, training and qualification of a trained and ready modeling and simulation workforce to meet both current and future Army warfighting requirements. The Simulation Proponent and School provides life cycle management for Functional Area 57 (FA57) officers throughout their careers, enabling them to execute key roles in the Operating, Institutional and Joint Force across the three core competencies of readiness, modernization, and enhanced decision support.