In 2020 the Royal Military Academy won the NATO innovation challenge with a concept to enhance trust between autonomous agents and human operators within the Minecountermeasures (MCM) replacement program. Trust from humans to autonomous agents is governed by a trust-triangle, which defines three basic factors that define the appropriateness of trust & mistrust of humans in autonomous systems. Next to these human factors aspects, there is also an important socio-ethical dimension. In order to better align the behavior of the autonomous agents, it is required to develop a simulation environment, where a digital twin can be extensively proofed under a wide scale of open-ended scenarios. We intend to launch a research project to develop a prototype simulation environment to validate the concept.