It has been noted that the extant skill retention literature has predominantly involved relatively simple tasks with rather short nonuse intervals (Arthur, Bennett, Stanush, and McNelly, 1998). In addition, this research has also focused almost exclusively on the performance of individuals. Thus, if the research on skill retention and transfer on complex tasks is limited, then the state of the extant literature is even more deficient in reference to team complex task skill retention and transfer since there appears to be a complete lack of attention to these issues in the context of team training. Indeed, excluding the works presented in the present volume (e.g., Cooke et al. 2013), we were unable to locate any published empirical or conceptual reports on this issue.