Navy cuts ribbon on new training center at Naval Air Station Oceana

After a flyover and remarks, the ribbon was cut Tuesday for the John “Bag” Hefti Global LVC Operations Center at Naval Air Station Oceana.

LVC stands for Live, Virtual, Constructive training.

“Ladies and gentleman, LVC is game-changing,” U.S. Fleet Forces Commander Adm. Daryl Caudle said as he spoke to the crowd gathered for the event.

The building will help the Navy train and fight, serving as a operations center for simulating training scenarios with ships and planes around the world.

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