Survivability Evaluation


A Soldier exits a Humvee Egress Assistance Trainer after being turned upside down. The simulation creates more realistic disorientation and battlefield conditions, and improves a Soldier's ability to exit his tactical vehicle quickly and safely. (photo courtesy of

The Survivability Evaluation Directorate (SVED) focuses on Survivability, ballistic and non-ballistic battlefield threats, live-fire evaluations and reports, vulnerability and lethality of Army and designated joint systems, cyber security, and support to Combatant Commands (COCOM) major training exercises in assessing Information Assurance and Interoperability.