Enduvo has been granted Authority to Operate (ATO) by the United States Air Force (USAF), which positions Enduvo as the first no-code platform enabling trainers to create experiential learning environments for complex military training topics. The multi-year partnership with Enduvo has quickly resulted in the development of USAF curriculum for initial pilot training, instrument updates, engine systems, and biomedical device checklists among others.

Enduvo's Authority to Operate to run IL2 data on Air Force Networks means the company plays a critical role in the modernization and enhancement of the USAF's training curriculum. The platform's ability to simplify the creation of interactive virtual education courses — while integrating various forms of multimedia — has already had a positive impact on the speed of training and communications within the USAF. Given the intricacies of contemporary air combat systems, artificial intelligence applications, and cyber defense measures, the USAF can now rapidly adapt its training programs to meet ever-evolving challenges with the help of Enduvo.

Recent studies show that experiential learning technologies like Enduvo significantly improve knowledge comprehension and retention. According to a 2020 study by PwC, employees trained through virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR) were up to four times more focused than in traditional learning environments and completed training 1.5 times faster.

The process for USAF ATO approval is complex and includes an extensive threat risk assessment of all Information Technology on AFNet through a Risk Management Framework (RMF). To aid in this process, Enduvo partnered with Ingalls Information Security to serve as a trusted advisor to help develop Enduvo's DoD RMF process. The partnership with Ingalls was important to achieving the ATO approval with the USAF.