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this is the air simulation program? or the one for grading school papers? either way they seem to be unavailble / proprietry software, so are not avilable for free download. LinuxQuestions will NOT tolerate "Warez" requests.
You can only get JCATS by contacting the Joint Warfighting Center, attn Brian Gregg <email@example.com>. He is the JCATS program director for the Department of Defense. It is doubtful that he will authorize it unless you are in DoD or a contractor working for the DoD.
I don't work for the Army directly. I am one of the JCATS programmers. I work for Lawrence Livermore National Lab in the Conflict Simulation Lab. We are the authors of JCATS.
We develop JCATS under contract to the Department of Defense - Joint Warfighting Center.
I personally am also the original author of both Janus and the Joint Conflict Model (JCM).