Camp Grayling, the largest reserve component training site in the country, is a live-fire construct where troops train for the realities of war. This 147,000 acre center features a connected village that hosts urban warfare training. Merit and the Michigan Cyber Range, in partnership with the National Guard, developed a cyber extension of Camp Grayling, named Griffinville. Inside the Griffinville environment, cyber soldiers work to thwart enemy cyber attacks, such as shutting off power and lights, in the training facility.
Learn more about Camp Grayling and Griffinville on PBS’s Destination Michigan: http://www.pbs.org/v