The existing conflicts, both military and non-military are currently mostly of non-linear nature, where units composed of multiple specializations, both smaller and acting independently are prevailing. Those units are usually separated from home base and proper access to its own central supply lines of communication which strengthens emphasizes on their independent command and control, coordination within deployed forces and other assets within given operation. Therefore, prior collective training and preparation for deployment is one of the crucial operational planning requirements before deployment takes place. Modern training simulation techniques and assets do support preparedness of those units planned for deployment by aligning and synchronizing interoperability of their activities. One of such techniques - Blended simulation - can realistically generate a wide range of situations with exact imitation of activities to practice the ability of different types of units to the declared capabilities across the broad spectrum of tasks. Evaluation of the blended simulation effectiveness does further help to deliver more efficient methodologies and tactical procedures for further use within preparation stag. Such approach is in line with the trend of increased use of modelling and simulation techniques within military education and training.