News / Events

News and Events

Raleigh, NC - Oak Grove was selected as a Top 100 Simulation and Training Company for 2015 by the Military Training Technology (MT2) Magazine.

Companies featured on the list for 2015 come from all around the world and have made substantial impacts on the military training and simulation industries across a vast range of technologies including distance learning, live training, modeling, geospatial intelligence, image generation, simulators and other training components. The products of these outstanding companies allow U.S. airmen, Marines, sailors,...

Raleigh, NC - Oak Grove kicked off the advanced tactical law enforcement training series we’re offering this summer through Wake Technical Community College.

The first course in a series of five hosted 12 students on June 1-3 for the “Tactical Night Vision (NV) Operations” course at the Wake County range and campus SIMS room. The three-day course was designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for the effective use of night vision devices employed with firearms in tactical situations. The course featured classroom presentation, range...

Fayetteville, NC - Moner Attwa, Oak Grove’s CFO/COO, shared advice with veterans and service members at American Dream U’s VETRACON, a free military veteran transition conference.

Mr. Attwa’s presentation centered on tips for veterans looking to successfully transition from the military into the corporate world. He also shared insights on the pros and cons he encounters in veteran applicant resumes.

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Hoffman, NC - The United States Army Special Forces Command G-4 completed their second of four Islamic Field Feeding Courses preparing Culinary Specialists for duty in Afghanistan.

The primary objective of this course is to show the command’s MOS 92Gs how to prepare authentic Afghan dishes so that Special Forces teams can support Afghan National Army units and entertain host-nation local villagers in order to build relationships based in trust and respect. 

Students traveled from Fort Bragg, NC to the...

Salemburg, NC - Teams of operators from twelve law enforcement agencies across North Carolina converged at the North Carolina Justice Academy to showcase their skills at the NCTOA SWAT Competition.

The two and a half day event tested each teams’ shooting capabilities, conditioning, and ability to work as a team in nine events. For several teams, it was their first time at the competition. The days were long and wearing, but team members as well as their competitors encouraged one...