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Purpose of Training (Part 2)


Foreign Military Training and DoD Engagement Activities of Interest Joint Report to Congress
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
January 2001
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E-2 OFT SIMULATOR TRAINING
To train newly assigned pilots or to provide refresher training for qualified P-3 Aviators in the proper operation, troubleshooting of the cockpit flight panel during simulated flight operations.

E-2C CONFIGURATION MGMT
Configuration management for the E-2C aircraft.

EA C-1 ADV
To provide the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary to qualify for assignment as a trade crew leader on a construction project.

EDUC AND TRAINING
Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training

EDUCATION & TNG JOURNEYMAN
Provides training in the development and management of work center training programs; training program administration and management; use and interpretation of the Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS); the Personnel Data System (PDS); automated products; maintenance training functions, and the education program functions.

EGYPT M1A1 SPEC CHASS MAIN

ELEC COMP/SW SYS SPECL
Principles-oriented basic course which trains airmen to perform on a broad inventory of computer equipment (no-shred). Training includes electronic and computer principles, system orientation, maintenance concepts, test routines troubleshooting techniques, malfunction analysis, and use of pertinent AGE. Hands-on training is provided with a sample sophisticated computer system as a training vehicle.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Prerequisites: MAJCOM or base level electrical engineers assigned as design maintenance engineers. Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. DD Form 1556 required. Waivers will be considered if appropriately justified. ECL 80.

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT REPMN
Provides training to students in maintenance management and shop organization on the journeyman level. The course trains personnel to troubleshoot and repair the electrical circuits of mobile electrical power generating sources and the electrical systems of other utilities equipment.

ELECTRICAL SYS APPR
Provides training in pole climbing; electrical fundamentals; national electric code; blueprint reading; electrical grounding theory and application; substation maintenance; construction and maintenance of overhead and underground distribution systems; installation and maintenance of interior electrical systems including special purpose systems, transformers, electrical services, distribution panels, protective devices, conduit and branch circuits, motors and motor controls; installation and maintenance of airfield lighting and lighting systems; and contingency responsibilities.

ELECTRICIAN BASIC
Provides training in the following units of instruction: electrical theory, maintenance management, equipment operation, preventive maintenance, and field electrical systems installation.

ELECTRICIAN'S MATE 'A'
This course teaches enlisted personnel to perform as junior petty officers at the job entry level in the Electrician Mate rating. Training includes lectures and hands-on exercises on generation, control and distribution of electricity; the uses of electricity; and the maintenance/repair of electrical equipment. The following topics are covered: AC and DC circuit analysis, batteries, power distribution systems, lighting systems, generators, motors, controllers, interior communication systems, electric power tools, galley equipment, laundry equipment, scullery equipment, electric damage control equipment, small boat electrical systems, deck machinery equipment, and shore power.

ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTM MGT
Provides spectrum management education for DoD technicians, engineers, managers, and other individuals who require entry level training on national, international, and DoD spectrum management publications and procedures. The curriculum provides maximum exposure to techniques common to all DoD spectrum personnel. Emphasis is placed on those national and international publications and standards that have particular impact on the global mission of US military forces. Also covers various communications systems concepts with emphasis on operational employment.

ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS
Course Objective - Provide students with the apprentice-level training in electronic principles prerequisite for subsequent training in aircraft and ground communications/navigation equipment and avionics instrument systems. Upon successful completion of this course, students may enroll in the Avionics Communications/Navigation Equipment Repairman Course, the Ground Communications/Navigation Equipment Repairman Course or the Avionics Instrument Course. Specialty Description - (a) Electronic Fundamentals - Knowledge of mathematics necessary to resolve basic electronic formulas. Knowledge of the principles of direct and alternating current. (b) Electronic Circuitry - Knowledge of the basic principles of electronic circuitry, including vacuum tubes, transistors, special complex circuits, reactive and resistive circuits. (c) Electronic Communications. Knowledge of the fundamentals applicable to receivers and transmitters. (d) Shop Electronics - Operating and use of test equipment, such as multimeters, electronic trainers, and oscilloscopes. Knowledge of the proper care and use of hand tools and soldering equipment. Fabrication of multiconductor and coaxial cables. Block I - Math in Electronics (24 hours) - A review of basic math applicable to electronics is presented to the students. Block II - DC Circuits (36 hours) - Fundamentals of electron flow, resistance, electronic symbols, Ohm's law, and the use of multimeters. Block III - AC Circuits (36 hours) - Generator principles, inductance, transformers, capacitance, Kirchoff's law, DC motors, AC motors, and used of oscilloscopes. Block IV - RCL Circuits (48 hours) - A combination of resistive, capacitive, and inductive circuits; series and parallel resonant circuits, transients, filters, coupling circuits. Block V - Solid State Principles (36 hours) - Basic atomic theory, crystals, semiconductors, free electrons, and holes; development, construction, and types of transistors, solid state diode. Block VI - Solid State Amplifiers (48 hours) - Basic amplifier principles which include specific instruction on power amplifiers, narrow-band amplifiers and operation amplifiers. Block VII - Wave Shaping Circuits (30 hours) - Oscillators, frequency multipliers, multivibrators. Block VIII - Generators and Power Supplies (42 hours) - Sawtooth generators, current limiters, clampers, rectifier circuits, filters, voltage regulators, and power supply troubleshooting. Block IX - Electron Tubes and Microwave Devices (24 hours) - Vacuum tube development, electron flow, tube functions and types, special purpose tubes. Block X - Transmitter and Receiver Systems (42 hours) - Heterodyning, amplitude modulation (AM), frequency modulation (FM), single sideband (SSB), antennas, and AM receiver troubleshooting techniques. Block XI - Digital Techniques (24 hours) - Numbering systems, introduction to logic functions, Boolean algebra, counters, registers, and other logic circuits. Block XII - Shop (30 hours) - Tasks performed in a shop environment such as ESD, fuse identification, fabrication of cables, and soldering techniques. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES
Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel in AFSC 2E632. Includes safety and first aid, DC principles, AC principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits, computer principles, microprocessors, and soldering. Training is tailored to the follow-on course, J3ABR2E632 005

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES (LTC
This course provides foreign military students the knowledge and skills needed to perform duties of maintenance personnel in AFSC 2A131. Includes safety and first aid, DC and AC principles. Training is tailored to the follow-on course, J3ABR2A131- 000."

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN "A"
This course is an apprentice-level electronics course that is divided into seven units of instruction, each dealing with different aspects of electronics fundamentals. The course begins with an indoctrination and includes basic theory, safety, and measurement techniques. As students progress through the course, they receive instruction on DC circuits, soldering, power supplies, amplifiers, oscillators, receivers, VHF-FM communications, radar, LORAN-C receivers, and depth sounders. Emphasis is placed on the student's ability to diagnose and repair equipment faults. Each unit has a number of terminal performance objectives which must be mastered by the student to successfully complete the unit. All seven units must be completed successfully to complete the course of instruction. Additional work time away from class is required to complete each unit successfully.

ELEX BAS USMC
Provides training to personnel in the basic concepts of electricity, electronics and soldering techniques for follow-on training in specialized electronics equipment for qualification as repairman in occupational fields 28 and 59. This course provides technical instruction in the fundamental electronics theory common to all Fleet Marine Force communication-electronics equipment. It encompasses mathematics integrated with electrical and electronic principles, direct and alternating current, components, electron tubes and transistors, detailed analysis of electronic circuitry, the use of tools and test equipment including soldering techniques, and fundamentals of digital logic.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH
This course provides classroom instruction and practical experience for emergency medical care given to ill or injured persons. The practical exercises pertain to rescue techniques used in a maritime environment as encountered during Coast Guard search and rescue missions. It is a 130-hour, intensive, college-level course. Students are required to complete both written and practical examinations.

ENG EQUIP RPR TECH WO BASI
Supervises the repair of engineer construction equipment, armored track vehicles, power generation equipment. welding and machine shop operations, maintenance management, and supply management.

ENGINEER EQUIP RPR
This course provides performance oriented instruction in Shop Operations, Electrical Systems, Hydraulic Systems, Power Train and Related Systems, Engines, Welding and Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services. Students will be taught the skills required to perform basic troubleshooting, replacement, repair, adjustment or service of the above systems and other related systems of engineer equipment.

ENGINEER OFF ADV
Primary emphasis of training is placed on teaching the student MQS II skills and knowledge needed to be an effective BC 21 engineer officer. Completion of the tactics and engineering phases provided a Military Education Level 6 qualification. The training also develops the officer's problem-solving capabilities, managerial techniques and the character attributes needed to be an effective military leader.

ENGINEER OFF CPT CAREER
Primary emphasis of training is placed on teaching the student MQS II skills and knowledge needed to be an effective BC 21 engineer officer. Completion of the tactics and engineering phases provided a Military Education Level 6 qualification. The training also develops the officer's problem-solving capabilities, managerial techniques and the character attributes needed to be an effective military leader.

ENGINEER OFFICER BASIC
Emphasis is on leadership, combined arms tactics, weapons, equipment, and the fundamental techniques required in order to prepare the graduate for immediate assumption of the functions and duties of the Engineer platoon leader. Hands-on performance oriented exercises are stressed with a minimum of theoretical instruction. Instruction is provided in leadership and ethics, training, Engineer support of offensive and defensive operations, horizontal and vertical Construction, combat engineering and general engineering.

ENGINEERING COMMON CORE
This course is designed to cover basic topics that are common to all engineers regardless of rate.

ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL COR
To provide entry level enlisted Electrician's Mates, Interior Communications Electricians and Gas Turbine Systems (electrical) personnel (E1 through E4) with the basic electricity/electronics knowledge and skills necessary to perform tasks at the apprentice level for their subsequent class "A" schools.

ENGINEERING MECH CORE
This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for engineers to perform duties aboard any naval vessel, including preventative and corrective maintenance as assigned to engineers.

ENGINEMAN A EN4YO
To provide personnel in the Engineman rating E1-E4 with systems training necessary to perform as; engineroom watchstander as a wiper/oiler on a diesel propulsion plant, diesel generator operator, boat engineer, evaporator operator, cold iron, and sounding and security watches.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE CRSE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CRSE

ENGRG EQUIP OFF USMC
Provides instruction in maintenance management, engineer equipment operations, construction management, production estimation, logistical estimation, horizontal construction, and load lifting certification.

ENGRG MT PRINCS AND PRACS
To train personnel in the Engineering Maintenance Administration and general Engineering Maintenance Principles and Practices, and to satisfy the prerequisites for attendance in the remaining courses which make up the BT/MM Advanced Maintenance Training Program.

ENT SPECIALIST
Covers anatomy and physiology of ear, nose and throat (ENT) pathological conditions; ENT equipment; diagnostic and audiometric testing; hearing conservation; sterilization; pharmacology; assisting medical doctors; administration; etc.

EO C-1 ADV
To provide the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary to qualify for assignment as a trade crew leader on a construction project.

EOD MXGAS DIV U/W B/P
Provide training in the MK-16 closed circuit, mixed gas, underwater breathing apparatus.

EOD PHASE I INTL
To train officer and enlisted personnel of the U.S. Navy, Army, Marine Corps, Air Force and selected foreign services in the best methods for performing explosive ordnance reconnaissance, ordnance identification procedures, access and recovery, and disposal operations involving non-nuclear ordnance both foreign and domestic.

EQUAL OPP STAFF ADVISOR
The mission of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) located at Patrick AFB, Florida is to serve as the Defense Department's "center for excellence" in human relations and equal opportunity. Additionally, DEOMI's mission is to translate increased awareness of equal opportunity issues into improved leadership and enhanced mission readiness. This course provides an intensive and comprehensive study of how to achieve a positive equal opportunity and human relations outlook throughout a diverse armed foresees to enhance unite readiness. This course improves the student's leadership and advisor skills by focusing on effective leadership, communication sills, cultural factors, and unit cohesion. Emphasis is placed on maintaining the highest degree of unit readiness while maintaining a reputation as a place where all individuals have infinite dignity and worth. (EXPANDED IMET - Core Course).

EQUAL OPPORT STAFF ADV OJT
Increases awareness and skills in areas of interpersonal involvement, such as communication, advising and helping situations, conflict management, and problem solving. Increases awareness of sexist, facist, and other discriminating behavior and the institutional forms of discrimination.

ET A COMM STRAND
The Electronics Technician (ET) Communications Strand shall train selected personnel to perform apprentice level maintenance tasks on electronic equipment. Training shall build upon the basic knowledge acquired in Advanced Electronics Technical core. ET Communications Strand will develop the students skills to: -- Perform preventive and corrective maintenance with supervision on electronic equipment at stand-alone and systems levels in accordance with prescribed technical documentation. --Perform advanced corrective maintenance with supervision using authorized methods to isolate faults, which cannot be located using prescribed technical documentation. --Use and interpret equipment, technical manuals, and schematics. --Use General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE). --Function within the Combat systems Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) as well as the Planned Maintenance System. The graduate will be capable of trouble-shooting electronic equipment and performing PMS in units afloat and ashore.

ET A RADAR STRAND
Provides knowledge and skills in basic electricity and electronics to include: --Direct current theory/test equipment --Alternating current theory --Semiconductor theory --Solid state power supplies --Amplifiers --Digital devices --Shaping circuits --Receiver fundamentals.

ETSS - LOG FT
Extended Training Service Specialists - LOG FT

ETSS - OPNS FT
Extended Training Service Specialists -OPNS FT

ETSS - OTHER FT

ETSS LIVING EXPENSES
Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS PCS COSTS
Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS PREDEPLOYMENT COSTS
Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS PREDEPLOYMENT PREP
Provides required pre-deployment training, to include mandatory anti-terrorism and personnel protection training, for personnel deploying as a part of an Extended Training Service Specialist team.

ETSS SALARY COSTS
Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS STRIP/FAAS COSTS
Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

EVASIVE DRIV FOR GEN OFF
Terrorism threat recognition, self-protection measures, overview of historical events, and extensive vehicle handling techniques to include skid control, vehicle handling, evasive maneuvers, ramming techniques, and vehicle capabilities.

EW OFFICER INTL
This course is designed to familiarize officers and selected senior enlisted personnel with the basic concepts of Electronic Warfare (EW); including the divisions of Electronic Warfare, principles of radar systems, current anti-ship capable missile threat, emission control, Electronic Warfare publications, training and the role of Electronic Warfare in anti-ship missile defense. The course is not designed to enhance performance for any specific task, rather to provide background information to assist in performance of several tasks.

EWO STAFF OFFICER (SATP)
Training includes fundamentals of electronic warfare, air defense systems operations, tactical electronic warfare operations, and electronic warfare management.

EXEC & FIELD GRADE LEV LOG

EXEC MGMT EDUC - HEALTH
This program has formed a partnership with the U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine to include international students in the Executive Management Education (EME) course offered by the Systems Management Faculty of the Naval Postgraduate School. The EME program was created in response to the 1992 Congressional mandate that prospective Military Treatment Facility (MTF) commanders demonstrate the administrative skills necessary to lead and manage MTFs. This two-week course is designed to address Strategic Planning, Media Relations, and Specialized Leadership applications and processes.

EXEC PRGM IN CIV-MIL REL
The Executive Program is a two-week course taught in-residence at the Naval Postgraduate School. The course is designed for General/Flag officers and their civilian counterparts from government agencies and non-governmental organizations. The goal of the program is to provide students with an overview of the complexities of establishing effective democratic civilian oversight of the military in changing political and security environments. Participants will have the opportunity to meet senior-level officials from around the world and discuss civil-military issues common to democratic nations. The course has a strong problem-solving focus and is comparative in nature, drawing on a wide range of examples and case studies. Course content is divided into four broad themes: the changed international security environment following the end of the Cold War; the problems associated with the transition to and consolidation of democracy in regimes with a totalitarian or authoritarian past; the nature and complexity of civil-military relations in democratic states; and the importance of the defense budget as an instrument of civilian control. The program places special emphasis on the civil-military relations issues raised by participation in U.N.-sponsored peacekeeping operations, participation in coalition warfare, and membership in alliances such as the Partnership for Peace and NATO.

EXECUTIVE ADMIN ASSISTANT
Advanced word processing; transcribing audio tapes; English grammar; word usage and spelling; the preparing, accepting and regretting of invitations; receiving and announcing visitors; calendar maintenance and time management; social usage and protocol; preparing correspondence.

Executive Course
The study of regional security and preventative defense by future leaders within the region, focusing on the non-warfighting aspects of security and international relations

EXECUTIVE QUALITY PROGRAM
To provide senior managers with and overview of the quality assurance management program.

EXPED TRNG FOR CHAPLAINS
Provides training to Chaplains in skills necessary for competent performance of ministry in expeditionary environments. The course includes instruction in ministry skills such as; develop a Command Religious Program for a combat environment, provide ministry in a combat environment, provide ministry in Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW), to include humanitarian operations and non-combatant evacuation operations, provide ministry to enemy prisoners of war, civilian detainees and detained personnel, coordinate liaison with Chaplain's sections in the area of operations, coordinate faith group specific coverage in areas of operations, conduct field worship, conduct a military ceremony for temporary internment, provide pastoral care in a mass casualty situation, provide pastoral care to Marines/sailors with combat stress and provide pastoral counseling in combat and Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW). Military skills training includes maintaining and utilizing the M17 and M40 field protective masks, donning individual protective clothing to MOPP4, performing basic body functions while in MOPP4, identifying chemical agents, decontaminating skins and personal equipment using the decontamination kit and the M11 portable decontamination apparatus, reacting to nuclear attack, reacting to a chemical or biological attack and treating chemical agent casualties. Chaplains will learn land navigation skills, camouflage techniques, basic field sanitation as well as skills as individual movement in a field environment, individual movement in an urban environment, reaction to enemy direct fire, reaction to indirect individual fire, crossing danger areas, moving through a minefield and conducting an insert/extract via helicopter landing. Chaplains will apply combat water survival skills and perform emergency egress from helicopters in the water and on the ground. Chaplains will learn to operate field telephones, using correct procedures for entering and exiting a radio net, learn to send message using NATO format, operate the AN/PRC-77 radio set and the AN/PRC-119A SINGARS radio, construct a field expedient antenna and perform troubleshooting procedures on a faulty radio.

EXPED WARFARE STAFF PLNG

EXPERIMENTAL TEST PLT CRS
This flying program for pilots develops the knowledge, flying precision, and powers of observation necessary for successful flight testing and evaluating experimental and production aircraft. Academics: Course is divided into four phases with integrated flying and academic instruction: (1) Performance. (2) Flying qualities, stability, and control. (3) Systems testing. (4) Test management. Academic instruction includes math, aerodynamics, flight dynamics, aircraft systems, and flight test theory and techniques. Aircraft flying qualities are studied mathematically on computers and simulators and in variable stability aircraft. Flying training includes standard Air Force experimental flight test techniques. A series of oral and written reports on the progress and results of student data flights is part of the curriculum. Field trips are taken to organizations engaged in developing, testing, and production of aerospace vehicles and equipment.

EXPLO SFTY FOR NAV FAC PLN
To emphasize the preparation and/or review of Navy site plans submitted for various explosives facilities. Course includes an in-depth review of DOD quantity distance standards and application of these standards in the form of a facility design problems workshop.

EXT TRNG SERVICE SPEC
Provides extended mobile training assistance to foreign personnel, which includes advice, instruction and training in the installation, operation, maintenance of weapons, equipment, and systems.

EYE SPECIALIST
Provides a working knowledge of subjects necessary to provide full assistance to ophthalmologists and optometrists in military eye clinics.

EYE SPECIALIST PH1
Provides a working knowledge of subjects necessary to provide full assistance to ophthalmologists and optometrists in military eye clinics.

F-15 SIM, FY00
Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training

F-5E/F AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN
Course Summary - This course will be organized into three blocks of instruction consisting of 180 academic hours (30 days). It will consist of ground safety, aircraft familiarization, technical orders, ground handling, servicing and lubrication; egress, environmental, electrical, fuel, instruments, flight control, hydraulic, landing gear, drag chute, liquid oxygen, engines and wheel brake systems familiarization. Practical training on flight controls, towing, jacking and gear retraction will be presented. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

F15E A/C ARM SYS CFTSMAN
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

F15E AVIONIC SYS JRNEYMAN
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

F16 ARMAMENT SYS (SATP)
This course is for international students only. Specialized aircraft oriented armament system training. Use of publications, tools, test equipment. Fundamentals of electricity, solid-state electronics, soldering, and applicable safety precautions. Servicing, inspection, installation, removal, replacement, troubleshooting, and maintenance of conventional launching systems and associated components and automatic gun systems. Loading, positioning, safetying, and unloading of conventional bombs, missiles, and ammunition. Inspection and operation of aerospace ground support equipment. Special Requirements: Safety shoes.

FA FIREFINDER RADAR OPER
Operations; communication procedures; IFSAS interface; radar gunnery; survey requirements, use of SINCGARS equipment; preventive maintenance on the radars and ancillary equipment; a 2-day FTX.

FA OFF ADV PREP-ALLIED OFF
To provide allied officers with the fundamentals of fire direction, firing battery operations, and field artillery organizations. Allied officers also receive an orientation program designed to provide them with information and knowledge of U.S. social and government institutions, history and culture of the American people and the English language.

FA WEAPONS MAINT
Shop safety; maintenance publications; The Army Maintenance Management System; maintenance of firing components, fire control equipment, and subsystems of the M198 and M119 howitzers.

FACILITIES CTR DRUG MEXICO
This is an expansion of office spaces to support the Counterdrug functions of the USMLO Mexico City office.

FED Org & Opn Procedures
Introduction to the Army Corps of Engineers, Far East District (FED) and how FED manages design and construction projects.

FIBER OPTIC CABLE INSTALL
Training in the knowledge and skills required of a fiber optic cable splicer. Includes a fiber optic overview in the theory and principles of light wave communication; fiber optic cable installation practices; FO cable end preparation; connectorization; fusion splicing; fiber termination; closure installation; use of the time domain reflectometer and the optic multimeter; and the application of FO modem and optic T-carriers.

FIELD ARTY CAPTAINS CAREER
Technical and tactical skills needed to provide effective and timely fire support for Army Operations Doctrine; fire support systems for levels of command from battery to corps; combined arms operations; threat forces and doctrine; combat service support; leadership; and command and control.

FIELD ARTY OFFICER BASIC
Presenting, developing, and refining basic skills needed by all field artillery officers.

FIELD CALIBRATION ACTY MT
To train Electronic Technicians (E3 - E6) in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform electrical and electronic calibration using Modularly Equipped and Configured Calibrators and Analyzers (MECCA) located on shipboard and shore based Field Calibration Activities (FCA).

FIGHTER ACFT CREW CHIEF
Course Objective - This course teaches the student how to inspect, repair, maintain and service the basic and related equipment of fighter aircraft. Specialty Description - (a) Inspect, Service, Functionally Check Basic Systems, and Perform Preventive Maintenance on Fighter Aircraft and Related Equipment - Perform preflight, thruflight, postflight, phase, periodic, and required inspections of fighter aircraft structures, electrical, utility, pneudraulic, landing gear, flight control, instrumentation, fuel, and propulsion systems. Understand, observe, and apply personal and aircraft ground safety, interpret applicable publications, use tools and special equipment for respective fighter aircraft. (b) Service, Repair, and Maintain Fighter Aircraft Basic Systems and Related Equipment - Understand forms' annotations, interpret technical orders, perform limited troubleshooting and determine system malfunctions to indicate corrective actions, comply with maintenance requirements and ground operational check of basic system, utility, pneudraulics, landing gear, flight control, instrumentation fuel, propulsion, oxygen, pressurization systems and auxiliary equipment, and ground-handling of fighter aircraft. Block I - Familiarization (33 hours) - Course orientation, ground safety, technical orders, aircraft maintenance forms, type of aircraft maintenance, and aircraft maintenance and inspection. Block II - Aircraft General (60 hours) - Hand tools and special tools, aircraft hardware, introduction to aircraft, ground handing, principles and operation of the ground support equipment, and corrosion control Block III - Electrical System (42 hours) - Basic electricity, direct and alternating current electrical systems, aircraft lighting system, fire and overheat warning system, and performing operational checks of the aircraft electrical system. Block IV - Utility Systems (48 hours) - Air conditioning and pressurization system, anti-icing and de-icing system, oxygen system, and inspection procedures of the utility system. Block V - Pneudraulics System (54 hours) - Basic pneudraulics system, aircraft landing gear system, inspection and servicing procedures of the aircraft wheel and tire assembly, and removal and installation procedures of the aircraft brake assembly. Block VI - Flight Control System (42 hours) - Theory and principles of flight, flight control surfaces, flight control systems, and basic rigging procedures. Block VII - Fuel System (60 hours) - Generalities of the fuel system, and the inspection and maintenance procedures of the fuel system. Block VIII - Fighter Engine Systems (81 hours) - Generalities of the jet engine, subsystems and component locations. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

FINANCE OFFICER ADV
Primary emphasis of training will be placed on teaching the student tasks, skills, and knowledge needed to be an effective Finance Officer. The training will also develop the officer's problem-solving capabilities, managerial techniques, and the character attributes needed to be a good leader.

FINANCE OFFICER BASIC
Combat survival training designed to prepare finance officers to support combat operations on the modern battlefield; the professional development curriculum, designed to emphasize leadership and personal relationships, physical readiness, communicative skills, military justice and law of war plus a knowledge of military history, and branch training which stresses the branch skills unique to BC 44A.

FINANCIAL MGMT STAFF OFCR
Trains career officers, senior NCOs, and key civilian employees for positions of greater responsibility in financial management. Input specialties include financial analysis, accounting and finance, acquisition cost analysis, and audit. Instruction includes planning, programming, and budgeting systems; quantitative analysis techniques; automated accounting and interface systems; and financial management and comptroller plans and systems. Functional interrelationships are stressed.

FIRE CONTROL SYS REPAIRER
General electricity/electronics, basic digital circuits, precision soldering, DS/GS maintenance of ballistic computers, laser range finders/designators, mounts, telescopes, aiming circles, periscopes, tank-mounted thermal sights, and related test equipment. Common maintenance subjects to include publications, tools, maintenance forms, safety/maintenance discipline, soldier's manual orientation, OPSEC, EEO/sexual harassment, physical fitness, and directed energy awareness.

FIRE CONTROLMAN A STRAND
The Fire Controlman (FC) Class 'A' School Strand will prepare designated personnel for entry into Fire Controlman Class 'C' schools by providing the level of training that will be required by the technician as a prerequisite to higher learning.

FIRE INSPECTOR
Skills and knowledge necessary to perform fire prevention and fire investigation responsibilities; facility equipment; special fire protection features; computation of water supply; assessment of life safety codes; application of life safety codes; fire protection deficiency correction program; facility subjective files and related forms; recognition of common special target, transportation, and conflagration fire hazards; storage of material resources; portable fire extinguishers; alarm systems; sprinkler systems; special hazard protection systems; inspection and service testing of installed fire protection systems and extinguishing agents; Air Force fire investigation requirements; role of fire fighters in fire investigation; legal aspects of fire investigation process of combustion; nature and behavior of fire; flammable gases; static electricity; class of fire causes; fire effect on building material; building collapse hazards; and flammable liquid fires, and fire investigation.

FIRE PROTECTION APPRENTICE
Training in skills and knowledge necessary to perform fire protection apprentice duties. Includes fire fighting tactics and operations with aircraft (crash), structural, and automotive fires as well as knowledge of hazardous materials, wild land, and miscellaneous fire fighting. Also includes security; fire protection mission and organization; AFOSH program; fire science; principles of combustion, portable fire extinguishers; fire protection publications; protective clothing; self-contained breathing apparatus; rescue carries; emergency first aid; CPR; rescue operations; alarm/communications center operations; fire fighting accessories; fire protection hydraulics; emergency response activities; inspection, operator maintenance, and operation of fire protection vehicles, fire fighting equipment, and facilities; vehicle positioning, hose operations; control and extinguishment of live fires involving structures, aircraft, and automobiles, fire prevention, and inspection techniques; POL storage area fire fighting techniques; fire protection readiness; and Federal Hazard Communication Training Program. Special Requirements: Civilians will be required to wear their uniform during classroom portion of the course according to AFI 36-801, Uniform for Civilian Employees (formerly AFM 40-12). Safety-toed shoes.

FIRE PROTECTION/ *
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

FIRE RESCUE
Provides training for DoD personnel who may perform fire rescue duties. Provides training on skill and knowledge required to perform fire rescue duties to include inspection, operator maintenance, and operation of rescue vehicles and equipment; motor vehicle extrication; self-contained breathing apparatus; confine space rescue which complies with 29 CFR 1910.146 and AFOSH 127-25. In the realm of aircraft systems, the training covers aircraft egress system; rescue operation for small framed aircraft, and bomber aircraft. Subjects covered in structural operations include building construction principles; rescue carries; search and miscellaneous rescue; rescue procedures; rescue rope operations; rescue entry; and ventilation.

FIRE SUPPORT IN MAGTF OPS
To train the principal members of Landing Force Fire Support Coordination Centers (FSCCs) to plan and coordinate combined arms fires. Emphasis is placed on requirements for supporting a Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) employed as the Landing Force in an amphibious operation.

FIREFIGHTING GENL SHPBD
Familiarize officers and enlisted personnel with shipboard firefighting systems, procedures and equipment.

FIREFIGHTING SHPBD AIRCRFT
PURPOSE: The purpose of the Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting Course is to provide instruction to officers and enlisted personnel assigned to aviation designated ships (LPH/LHA and larger) in aircraft fire fighting.

FIREFIGHTING TEAM TRAINING
The fire fighting team training course is designed to exercise an experienced organized emergency detail. Team members will have to effectively operate as a unit to combat shipboard emergencies involving class Alpha, Bravo, and Charlie fires.

FIRST SERGEANT

FLIGHT MECH/ENGR/ *
FAMILIARIZATION

FLIGHT NURSE
Trains nurses for duty as member of medical crew in aeromedical evacuation units. Includes the principles of aerospace medicine; altitude physiology; specialized techniques necessary for the safe and efficient transportation of patients by air in a peacetime and wartime environment; life support principles, procedures, equipment, and techniques; and survival skills. Provides the knowledge and skills required for the management and nursing care of patients in flight.

FLIGHT SAFETY NCO
Designed for personnel who perform duties as the wing or base safety NCO. Includes history of flight safety; principles of mishap prevention; flight safety program responsibilities; flight safety reference materials; relationships with other agencies; airfield operations requirements; inspections of hazardous operations and areas; requirements of the Hazardous Air Traffic Report (HATR); preparation of the HATR message; requirements of the Bird Aircraft Strike Program; requirements of the Hazard Report Program; processing a hazard report; objectives of inspections and evaluations; objectives of mishap investigation and reporting; mishap categories and classes; investigation responsibilities; and preparing mishap reports.

FLIGHT SURGEON
To provide training leading to designation as a Naval Flight Surgeon. Students develop professional competency in aerospace physiology and medicine, human factors in aviation, aviation safety, mishap investigation, occupational health and preventive medicine. Traditional clinical medicine specialties including internal medicine, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology and psychiatry are taught in the context of the aviation environment so that students learn the appropriate disposition for aviators and aircrew with medical problems. Flight training gives the student first hand experience in the stresses of the aviation environment.

FLIGHT TEST ENGINEER CRS
Trains engineers in the latest methods of testing and evaluating aircraft and installed equipment. Academics: See experimental test pilot course for description of academic curriculum.

FLT NURSE PRECEPTORSHIP/*
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

FLT SAFETY OFF (SATP/FSO)
Safety education for officers assigned to manage flight safety programs. Provides students with an understanding of safety program management fundamentals, safety principles and mishap investigation techniques. Course includes applied aerodynamics, engineering communications, management, psychology, accident prevention and investigation. Is general in nature, providing an overview of flight safety problems and useful methods of dealing with these problems. Includes a field visit to an operational USAF unit to conduct an on-scene safety survey. Designed as an educational process rather than a training tool to prepare an individual for day-to-day operations. Not intended to qualify personnel in any specific aircraft system. Upon graduation, the adaptation of this knowledge to local programs requires the personal motivation and initiative of the individual.

FLYING SAFETY
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

FLYING SAFETY/ *
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

FMS - PHYS MEAS & CALIBRA
This consolidated Interservice Training Review Organization (ITRO) course provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to maintain and calibrate physical measurement equipment. Includes principles of metrology, the operation application, and mathematical analysis of measurement methods, calibration techniques of physical and optical measuring, and calibration standards. Also provides training in the operation and calibration of aircraft engine test stands and calibration.

FOAM GEN SYS OPS & MAINT
PURPOSE: To provide personnel with the knowledge and skills which when followed by practical application, will lead to the fulfillment of the technical requirements for the operation and maintenance of AFF Generating Systems.

FOOD SERVICE MGT
Instruction will include the following areas: General food service management, Personnel and training, Administration, Food preparation and serving, Field operations and Emerging doctrine, and Army Food Management Information System.

FORECASTER
Prepares Air Force students in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties in the Base Weather Distribution System (AWDS), Staff and Warfare support, Weather Station Operations, flight Weather Briefings, and issuing Weather Warnings and Advisories

Forest Light - 00
Provide direct support to a ground element during bilateral training

FOSCO FUNCTL SUPP CENTRAL
The objective of this course is to provide international logistics officers with a complete overview of industrial supply center procedures.

FOSCO-SUP MGT JUNIOR OFF

FUEL & ELEC SYSTEM REPAIR
Use of maintenance publications, tools, fuel, electronics, electrical troubleshooting procedures, maintenance discipline and shop safety. Repairing and operational testing of fuel, electronic/electrical systems and the repair of brake drums, disks and vehicle fuel burning heaters.

FUEL & ELEC SYSTEMS REPAIR
Use of maintenance publications, tools, fuel, electronics, electrical troubleshooting procedures, maintenance discipline and shop safety. Repairing and operational testing of fuel, electronic/electrical systems and the repair of brake drums, disks and vehicle fuel burning heaters.

FUNDAMENTAL OF CONTRACTING
This general survey course provides a detailed study of contract procedures as prescribed by statutes, The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), DOD FAR Supplement, and other directives which govern DOD acquisition operations. This course is designed for personnel entering the field of DOD acquisition or for those who have acquired from 1 to 3 years of acquisition contracting experience.

GAS TURBINE PEO
To provide prospective engineer officers on gas turbine-propelled surface ships with operational propulsion plant experience. Students are also indoctrinated in component, space and plant procedure levels of the Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS).

GEN MAINTENANCE WELDING
To provide Naval personnel in the Hull Maintenance Technician rating with training needed to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to properly perform the Welding processes and requirements as described in NAVSHIPS Technical Manual Chapter 074 Vol. 1, HT-4954 General Maintenance Welder and MIL-STD 248D.

GEN REG AUTO BOILER CONTR
PURPOSE: To provide training in the operation of a General Regulator Automatic Boiler Control Console.

GENERAL ENGLISH ONLY
Emphasis on English language proficiency.

GENERAL MAINT TECH SUPRV
Course Objective - This course prepares experienced Senior NCOs (E-7 and above) to perform supervisory duties in a variety of aircraft maintenance specialties. Block I - Technical English (48 hours) - Orientation and an introduction to Technical English grammar and syntax. Block II - The USAF Technical Order System (78 hours) - Purpose, authority, and use of the USAF index system, technical manuals, and illustrated parts breakdown. Block III - USAF Maintenance Organization (50 hours) - Outlines the USAF maintenance organization as contained in AFR 66-1 and 66-5, Maintenance Management, to include organizational structure and specific responsibilities of staff agencies. Supervisors are introduced to the Air Force safety doctrine, concepts and practices relating to flight lie safety operations. The block also covers accident causes and preventive practices. Block IV - Introduction to Weight and Balance (58 hours) - Introduces students to the tremendous importance o knowing the weight and balance concepts of all maintenance operations. Includes mathematical formulas, practical exercises, forms, use of applicable technical data and of the load computer, and familiarization with the weighing scale. Block V - Supervisory Management (49 hours) - Provides students with working knowledge of the principles and techniques of effective personnel management to include: supervisory responsibilities, the management process, effective leadership, individual behavior, human relations, effective communication, problem solving, and counseling. Emphasis is on practical application of new supervisory skills. Block VI - On-the-Job Training (OJT) (30 hours) - Introduces the On-the-Job Training (OJT) Program to supervisors, i.e., the structure of the program, supervisor's responsibilities to OJT, etc. It also familiarizes supervisors on how to plan, conduct, and evaluate training, and the proper documentation of training forms. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

GETS-1000 TestPrgmSetDev
To train three Egyptian officers to ensure that they can write/develop Test Program Sets (TPSs) that will be used with the GETS-1000 Automated Test Station. These TPSs will be used to test various circuit cards and electrical assemblies to determine if they work. If they fail, these TPSs can determine what needs to be repaired on the items to bring it back to good working condition.

GM A SCHOOL
Gunner's Mate (A) School Phase I course is designed to provide selected GM students in the GMG and GMM ratings, in paygrades E-1 through E-4, with the basic skills and knowledge necessary to enable them to perform organizational level maintenance on Gun Systems, Guided Missile Launching Systems, Rocket Launching Systems, Small Arms, stow ammunition and preserve magazine areas with the aid of Ordnance Publications, 3-M System, and basic tools/test equipment under limited supervision, and under general conditions aboard ship and at shore stations.

GPETE REPAIR AND CALIBRTN
Upon completion of this course, the technician will have sufficient skills, knowledge, and techniques to operate, calibrate, analyze, troubleshoot, and repair General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE), to the lowest replaceable component/assembly under limited supervision within an Intermediate Maintenance environment.

GRD RADIO COMM EQUIP
Course Objective - This course provides apprentice-level training in inspection, repair, alignment and maintenance of ground radio communications equipment. Specialty Description - (a) Perform Preventive Maintenance on Ground Radio Communications Equipment - Inspect and test ground radio communications equipment using applicable test equipment. Calibrate, tune, and align ground radio communications equipment in accordance with applicable directives. Perform bench check and isolate malfunctioning units using system-checking procedures such as visual inspection, static voltage checks, resistance measurements, observation of waveforms and output meters using specialized electronic test equipment. (b) Repair Ground Radio Communications Equipment - Isolate, troubleshoot, maintain and repair malfunctioning units through the proper use of technical order procedures. Replace defective components in high frequency single sideband transceivers, tactical frequency modulation transceiver, and transmission lines. Block I - Ultra High Frequency Receiver AN/GRR-24 (92 hours) - Course introduction, personnel orientation, ground safety and first aid, introduction to the AN/GRR UHF Receiver, theory of operation, functional analysis, troubleshooting procedures, and special alignment techniques. Student is introduced to advanced test equipment procedures and is required to perform sensitivity, signal to noise, and frequency accuracy checks using an 8640B signal generator. Block II - Ultra High Frequency Radio Transmitter AN/GRT-22 (88 hours) - Technical characteristics, theory of operation, flow chart analysis, equipment alignment, and troubleshooting procedures. Keying and modulation methods are discussed highlighting the advantages and disadvantages inherent in each system option. Block III - AN/URC-92 Transceiver (96 hours) - Review of basic digital techniques, technical characteristics, theory of operation, equipment familiarization, alignment and troubleshooting procedures. Block IV - FM Transceiver An/PRC-77 (72 hours) - Introduction to tactical FM communications, basic principles of FM, technical characteristics and theory of operation, block diagram analysis, equipment familiarization, performance checks, alignment and troubleshooting procedures. Block V - High Frequency SSB Systems (72 hours) - Theory of propagation of electromagnetic radiation, transmission lines, coaxial cable selection, antenna theory and field application of omnidirectional and directional antennas. Instruction is given on the practical application of fixed and mobile HF radio systems. Troubleshooting is taught to isolate problems to major functional components. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

GROUND EQUIP MAINT/ *
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

GROUND RADAR SYSTEMS APR
Training includes generic apprenticeship knowledge required to support installation, maintenance, and repair of fixed or mobile air traffic control, weather, ground aircraft control and warning, and automatic tracking radar systems; electronic combat systems; and associated closed circuit television display equipment, signal analysis equipment, related radar operator training devices, radar beacon systems, aircraft identification equipment, remoting systems, video mappers, computerized processors, common and specialized radar test equipment and communications subsystems in support of the ground radar systems specialist career field (AFSC 2E0X1). The student begins with the development and application of electronic principles, circuit analysis, alignment, use of safety procedures, maintenance publications, testing and troubleshooting. Using selected ground radar equipment systems as vehicles, instruction is included on various types of transmitters and RF systems, receivers, digital signal processors, antenna controls, indicator, IFF/SIF auxiliary equipment and associated test equipment. CCAF Credit: 67 hours.

GROUND SUPPLY OFFICER
Provides training to company grade officers in the skills necessary to perform the duties of a Ground Supply Officer with emphasis on the using unit (battalion/regimental) level. This course will acquaint the student with the publications necessary to perform supply functions in the field, instruction in manual accounting procedures, introduction to the Supported Activities Supply System (SASSY) and the Asset Tracking Logistical and Supply System (ATLASS) with emphasis on operating stock files and procedures. Instruction includes financial management from the perspective of the cost center level, and management principles and functions. Instruction requires operation of standard IBM compatible personal

GUNNER'S MATE 'A'
This course teaches enlisted personnel to perform as junior petty officers at the job entry level in the Gunner's Mate rating on Coast Guard cutters and shore units. The following topics are covered: basic leadership, fundamental electricity, small arms and machine guns (less than 25mm), ammunition and magazines, administration and preventative maintenance system (PMS), Coast Guard ordnance, and the MK36 Decoy Launching

GYROCOMPASS SYS, MK27
The purpose of the course is to teach electrical operation, maintenance requirements, troubleshooting techniques, and repair of the MK-27 gyrocompass. The lab phase includes component identification, troubleshooting to the component level, and making operational checks of the MK-27 gyrocompass and associated equipment.

Hagan Console Ops & Maint
To provide the skills required to safely operate the Knox Class Frigate Automatic propulsion system console

HAWK FIRE C/CW RADAR RPR
Inspection, testing and adjustment of components to specific tolerances; determination and repair of malfunctions in electronic assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuit elements; use of common and system specific test equipment; and mechanical and electro-mechanical repair.

HAWK FIRE COMM & RADAR REP
Inspection, testing and adjustment of components to specific tolerances; determination and repair of malfunctions in electronic assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuit elements; use of common and system specific test equipment; and mechanical and electro-mechanical repair.

HAWK OFFICER
Characteristics, capabilities, and functions of the HAWK system and AN/TSQ-73 system. Daily checks, PCP operator functions, missile transfer, preventive maintenance, air battle management, and system interoperability.

HCA/MED

HEALTH RES MGT/NS - CONUS
The second phase of the International Health Resources Management Program focuses on training the country's delegates as facilitators in the collaborative pursuit process used in Phase III. Facility tours, lectures, videos, and written material are provided to enhance learning and to refine the issues and goals for Phase III.

HEALTH SERVICES ADMIN
Trains newly commissioned USAF Medical Service Corps (MSC) officers in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties in Health Services Administration. Prepares MSC officers for performance of administrative duty with the USAF Medical Service and emphasizes techniques for effective management of Air Force medical resources: personnel, facilities, funds, and materials. Course includes instruction in communication techniques, medical practice management, resource management, medical logistics, personnel and administrative services, medical readiness, information systems management, managed health care, and executive leadership skills. Course is experimentally designed and incorporates team interaction and organizational behavior through case studies, role playing, problem solving, and group dynamics. The course emphasizes personal interaction within the medical facility and interpersonal relationships with all members of the Air Force community. Class is divided into specialty groups during last 2 weeks to simulate actual work experience. Students are assigned duty as requested by commander of their gaining unit.

HEALTH SERVICES TECH 'A'
This course teaches the student "hands on" clinical sick call conditions and treatments in a clinic setting, medical laboratory skills, medical administration, nursing care of the sick and injured, preventive medicine procedures, medical asepsis and sterilization techniques, anatomy and physiology of the human body. The student also learns emergency medicine techniques, procedures and protocols.

HEAT VENT, A/C & REFRIGN
Provides training in heating, ventilation air-conditioning/refrigeration (HVAC/R) systems. Fundamentals of heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning, and air compressors trouble analysis and maintenance of refrigeration and air-conditioning systems, including hermetic and open type condensing units with air and water cooled condensers. Refrigeration and heating tubing fabrication, repair, installation, and oxyacetylene soldering, welding, and cutting, and servicing of refrigerant flow and control devices. Also, the operation of indirect and direct expansion industrial air-conditioning systems to include reciprocating centrifugal and absorption systems. Operation and maintenance of oil and gas burning units for space heaters, furnaces, and boilers; operation and maintenance of complete steam and water heating systems; boiler water testing, treatment, and corrosion prevention. Provides training in electrical fundamentals and troubleshooting system electrical components, control system theory, and procedures to maintain, calibrate, and troubleshoot simple and complex mechanical, pneumatic, electrical, and electronic controls. Balancing heat loads, adjusting sensors, motor controls, relays, and associated test equipment will also be trained as it related to HVAC/R systems. AFSC specific contingency training will be covered to include heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning, and miscellaneous support equipment. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes.

HEATING/VENT/AIR-COND
Prerequisites: JOB: Officers and civilians assigned as design engineers in functional account code 442X, 173X, 174X, engineers assigned as EMCS systems managers, or officers assigned as design engineers to Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force (BEEF) Teams or RED HORSE units. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. EDUCATION: Degree in mechanical engineering, or degree in engineering for individuals assigned as EMCS systems manager. DD Form 1556 required. Waivers will be entertained if accompanied by appropriate justification. ECL 80.

HEAVY CONST EQUIP OPR
Seven weeks of MOS specific training consisting of operating techniques and operator level maintenance of the 5-ton dump truck, M915 tractor with semi trailer, dozer, grader, scraper and scooploader. One week of Common Engineer Training (CET) consisting of mine/countermine operations, demolitions, and basic combat construction and rigging.

HEAVY WHEEL VEHICLE MECH
Perform unit level maintenance on automotive wheel vehicles (over 5 tons) and materiel handling equipment. Functioning and operating principles of internal combustion engines, automotive power trains, and chassis components; fundamentals of fuel and electrical systems; engine troubleshooting and testing procedures; common maintenance subjects: publications, tools, test equipment, maintenance forms, safety maintenance discipline and soldier's manual orientation.

HELICOPTER CREW CHIEF
Provides the student with the necessary apprentice level training on how to inspect, service, repair, functionally check system and perform preventive maintenance on helicopter aircraft and related equipment.

HELICOPTER REPAIRER (UH-1)
Removal and installation of subsystem assemblies and subsystem components; servicing and lubrication of helicopter and its subsystems; performance of scheduled inspections; safety practices and procedures; usage of ground support equipment required for helicopter maintenance; identification and maintenance of common, special and precision tools; usage of forms and records; application of technical manuals and other applicable publications associated with helicopter maintenance.

HELO CONTROL OFFICER
To familiarize Non-Aviation Officers and Senior Enlisted supervisory personnel with the requirements necessary for safe and efficient Helicopter operations aboard Air capable ships.

Helo Flight Simulator Ops
To provide the Mexican Air Force instructors with teaching techniques and refresher training to conduct simulator ops.

HELO OPERATIONS INDOC
To familiarize non-aviation officers and senior enlisted supervisory personnel with the requirements necessary for safe and efficient operations aboard helicopter capable ships.

HEO2 DIVER MIXED GAS

HH-65 PROFICIENCY TRNG
This course is designed to evaluate and review pilot flying skills, crew resource management and application of proper procedures during in-flight emergency situations. The course consists of crew resource management lecture, computer based aircraft systems training, and five 2-hour simulator sessions. Primary course emphasis is placed on in-flight emergency procedure training during high stress/pilot work load situations. Simulator flights are conducted in a three-axis, full-motion synthetic trainer with both visual and instrument meteorological conditions/representations

HIGH ALTITUDE MOUNTAIN QUA
This course consists of flight training during which the student will acquire a new training technique designed to enhance overall situational awareness, cockpit communication and coordination, and most importantly, the judgement process. This technique revolves around the simulation of maximum aircraft gross weight while performing multiple recons, landings, and take-offs in rugged mountain terrain. The program is comprehensive, intense, and completely objective using primary power gauges as the Measure of an individuals performance. In addition, the student acquires the techniques required to operate in high density altitude and mountainous environments. Academics instruction includes training and flight techniques, communication/ coordination techniques, psychological and Physiological factors, meteorological conditions, emergency procedures and wind/terrain Analysis. Heavy emphasis is placed on performance planning and updating.

HOSP FOOD SVC SPEC (BASIC)
To train enlisted personnel in medical nutrition care operations to include clinical dietetic concepts and functions, modified and regular diet preparation and patient meal service assembly and service, and Army medical field feeding concepts and functions in a mobile environment.

Host Nation Course
US personnel attend Brazilian Jungle School

HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS
Hostage negotiation situations, principles, and tactics. Hostage taker profiles, personality type identification and characteristics. Collection of intelligence data to aid in resolving hostage incidents. Practical exercises involving personality identification, psychological tactics, and hostage negotiation techniques.

HOT SHIP XFER 133' LANT

HOT SHIP XFER 82' LANT

HT-A-SCH (HULL MAINT TECH)
To provide the basic technical knowledge and skills required to prepare for the lower Petty Officer grades.

HUMAN RIGHTS TRAIN/TRAINER
Qualify students as human rights instructors at the battalion level and provide a pragmatic approach to the integration of human rights into actual training environments; in-depth discussions of relevant topics followed by practical exercises; human rights core block of instruction discussing the historical development of human rights; case law; pertinent documents and principles, and the relationship between human rights and the law of armed conflict; a systematic approach to training providing a learning by doing system will include performance oriented instruction; learning analysis; test construction; and presentation techniques; a seminar on current issues on human rights and practical exercises focusing on human rights situations within a crisis operation center environment. All exercises are critiqued and terminated with thorough after action reviews.

Humanitarian Demining (IMET) - USA School of the Americas)
Teaches platoon- and squad-level skills needed to conduct safe mine clearance operations to Latin American students, in Spanish. Includes minefield marking, mine detection techniques and destruction of mines.

Humanitarian Demining (Non-Security Assistance, Unified Command)
As part of the U.S. Government Humanitarian Demining Program, DoD provides training to approved countries in the skills needed to establish and sustain an effective, indigenous demining program, using the "train-the-trainer" concept. Training provided to foreign personnel adheres to established international standards for humanitarian demining, and individual country training programs are tailored for the specific needs of each country. Subjects taught under this program usually include: conduct of mine clearance operations; mine detection and mine destruction; emergency medical trauma care; organization, establishment and management of a national demining center; development and conduct of mine awareness education and mine action information campaigns; mine action information database management; infrastructure development needed to support a national demining effort; civil-military cooperation in mine action; demining equipment maintenance; and explosives handling and storage.

HVY/LHT WHL VEH REC SPEC
Operation, service, and use of recovery vehicles and equipment; procedures used in the rigging, recovering and towing of heavy/light wheel vehicle.

IERW AV COMM CORE-NTH
Provide the student with basic rotary-wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the th-67 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight and safety factors.

IERW AVIATOR UH-1 TRACK
Provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight tasks, combat skills flight tasks, and safety factors appropriate to the track.

IERW-MEXICO HELO PILOT
This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as a pilot in the UH-1, with night, instrument and combat skills training.

IERW-SPAN LANG HELO PILOT
This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as a pilot in the UH-1, with night, instrument and combat skills training.

IMBEDDED TRAINING/SPECIAL
Not a valid training course - MASL created for administrative/funding purposes only.

INFANTRY CAPTS CAREER CRS
Combined arms tactics (tactical doctrine and company, battalion task force, special, military police, artillery, engineer, NBC, and Air Force operations); staff subjects (personnel, intelligence, logistics, and training management); general subjects (command subjects (leadership, management, and decision making), history and communicative skills, land navigation, legal subjects, medical subjects, and physical training); communications/electronics; maintenance management; and weapons.

INFANTRY MORTAR LEADER
Tactical employment of the infantry mortar platoon; artillery operations; graphics, mechanical training and live fire exercises; forward observation procedures; fire direction center procedures; maintenance; mortar ballistic computer.

INFANTRY MORTAR PLATOON
Tactical employment of the infantry mortar platoon; artillery operations; graphics, mechanical training and live fire exercises; forward observation procedures; fire direction center procedures; maintenance; mortar ballistic computer.

INFANTRY OFF BASIC
Familiarization with the M203 grenade launcher; M60 machine gun; 72A2 law and claymore mine. Opportunity to qualify with the M16A1 rifle. Combat lifesaving measures; land navigation techniques; communications and call for fire procedures in preparation for extensive small unit tactical training. Tactics instruction: use skills learned during leadership training to perform as leaders of patrols, light infantry squads and infantry platoons. Training is hands-on oriented in a tactical field environment. Training in military operations in urban terrain and internal defense and development operations.

INFANTRY OFFICER BASIC
Combined arms tactics (tactical doctrine and operations, air assault operations, military operations on urban terrain, artillery, engineer, and NBC operations, and field training exercises; staff subjects (intelligence, operations, logistics, and training management); general subjects (military leadership, land navigation, legal subjects, medical subjects, effective writing, physical training, and special presentations); communications/electronics; unit/materiel readiness; weapons (individual, special purpose, and crew served weapons) and anti-armor weapon systems.

INFANTRY OFFICER CRS USMC
Provides advanced infantry skill training for officers in preparation for duties as platoon commanders of rifle, weapons, anti-armor, heavy machine gun and mortar platoons within the infantry battalion. Also prepares officer students to assume duties as commanders of reconnaissance platoons within the reconnaissance battalion and provides employment considerations for light armored infantry platoons within the light armored infantry battalion. Performance-oriented instruction to teach, explain, and apply maneuver warfare tactics that relate directly to company and battalion level MAGTF combat operations. Includes instruction on intelligence, advanced infantry tactics, fire support, assault combat engineering, infantry weapons, communications, aviation and close combat. Field exercises, field firing exercises, and tactical decision-making scenarios are used to reinforce classroom instruction.

INFANTRY PLATOON SERGEANT
Provides instruction in offensive, defensive and patrolling operations, with emphasis on order writing and field application. Instruction also includes training in NBC, helicopter operations, close air support, call for fire, land navigation, supporting arms, and close combat skills. The course provides a base from which training programs can be prepared, implemented and evaluated. Additionally, instruction includes the maintenance, operation and employment of the following weapons and equipment organic to the Infantry Battalion: The AN/PVS-4, AN/PVS-5 and AN/TVS-5 night vision equipment, the AN/PRC-68, AN/PRC-77, TA-1/PT and TA-312/PT communications equipment, the 9mm pistol, M16A2 service rifle, M203 grenade launcher, M249 squad automatic weapon, the M60-E3, M2 and MK-19 machine-guns, the AT-4, MK 153 SMAW and M47 Dragon assault weapons, 60mm and 81mm mortars, the M2 aiming circle, plotting board, and mines and demolitions. Location: Camp Lejeune, NC.

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER
Provides instruction in offensive, defensive and patrolling operations, land navigation, supporting arms, and close combat skills. Additionally, instruction includes the maintenance, operation and employment of the following weapons and equipment organic to the Infantry Battalion: the AN/PVS-4, AN/PVS-5 and AN/TVS-5 night vision equipment, the AN/PRC-68, AN/PRC-77, TA-1/PT and TA-312/PT communications equipment, the M16A2 service rifle, M203 grenade launcher, M249 squad automatic weapon, the M60-E3, the AT-4 and MK 153 SMAW assault weapons, M224 60mm mortar and mines and demolitions. Location Camp Lejeune, NC.

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER CRS
Provides instruction in offensive, defensive and patrolling operations, land navigation, supporting arms, and close combat skills. Additionally, instruction includes the maintenance, operation and employment of the following weapons and equipment organic to the Infantry Battalion: the AN/PVS-4, AN/PVS-5 and AN/TVS-5 night vision equipment, the AN/PRC-68, AN/PRC-77, TA-1/PT and TA-312/PT communications equipment, the M16A2 service rifle, M203 grenade launcher, M249 squad automatic weapon, the M60-E3, the AT-4 and MK 153 SMAW assault weapons, M224 60mm mortar and mines and demolitions. Location Camp Pendleton, CA.

INFANTRYMAN ANCOC
USASMA CLT, CMF11 common, tactics, MOUT, maintenance, training management, maintenance, patrolling, TWETS, mobility/countermobility/survivability, breaching and construction of obstacles.

INFANTRYMAN BNCOC
Sergeants Major Academy common leader training, CMF 11 common training, tactics, maintenance, fire planning, FDC procedures, and a situational training exercise.

INFECTION CNTRL & EPIDEMIO
Provides beginning infection control officers with the skills and knowledge necessary to develop a safe and effective infection control program. Instruction is geared to developing investigative methodologies specific to infection control (such as epidemiology, surveillance, and consultation) and skills needed to develop, manage, and evaluate all elements of a facility infection control program. Course content is correlated with appropriate JCAHO standards, OSHA laws, CDC guidelines and recommendations, Air Force policies, and any other related directives. Students are given the opportunity to demonstrate an understanding of infection control practice and to express this knowledge to others.

INFO SYS OP ANALYST-BNCOC
Instruction will encompass these computer topics: microcomputer software, operating systems, software utilities, security, assemble/disassemble microcomputers, unit level maintenance, data communications, Local Area Networks, problem solving using structural design techniques, writing structured computer programs (ADA), and error recovery.

INFO SYSTEMS OPER-ANALYST
Instruction will encompass these computer topics: Microcomputer software, operating systems, software utilities, assemble/disassemble microcomputers, data communications, Local Area Networks (LANs) and Tactical LANs, problem solving using structural design techniques, database system design and development (programming) and error recovery and security.

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT APR
General administrative support and office management. Includes keyboarding, microcomputer operations, document and computer security, quality Air Force awareness, publications maintenance, customer account representative procedures, correspondence management, Air Force messages, records management, mail handling, and electronic forms preparation. The instructional design is both self-pace, using computer-based instructions (CBI) and group lock-step.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Course Objective - This course is designed to qualify international officers and non-commissioned officers on operation and minor maintenance of personal computers, to include knowledge of internal and external computer components and various commercial applications. Block I - Introduction to Computers (41 hours) - Course orientation, course critique, computing history, course safety, electrical safety procedures, electrical fires deterrent, communication security, computer security, and physical security. Block II - Computer Characteristics (57 hours) - Data organization, numbering systems such as binary, decimal, and hexadecimal. Numbering conversions, American Standard Code for International Interchange (ASCII). Introduction to hardware concepts to include main computer circuitry and devices. Identification of memory configuration, storage devices, and input/output devices such as monitors, printers, modems, mice, etc. Introduction to software concepts to include Disk Operating System (DOS), UNIX, and Operating System 2 (OS/2). Block III - Software (86 hours) - Disk Operating System commands, Graphical User Interface (GUI) characteristics. Hands-on commercial applications such as: Microsoft Windows, word processing, database management, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, and other utility software. Block IV - Hardware (44 hours) - Total hands-on. Installation and setup of hardware components, system configuration, preventive maintenance, problem solving, troubleshooting and repair by use of "Swap Tech" techniques. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

INSTRUCTIONAL SYS DESIGNER
Course is based on the new AF Instructional Systems Designer (ISD) Model, depicting the four major phases of the ISD process to include evaluation and quality improvement. The model concerns itself with top level systems functions to include management, support, administration, and delivery. Course addresses the aspects of analysis, design, development, and implementation with emphasis on quality and evaluation throughout the process. Designed for those persons involved in the development and design of AF and unit training. No prerequisites exist and no documents are required to be brought to class. Course design is working groups, peer teaching, discussion, and informal lecture based on case study.

INSTRUCTOR COURSE
Provides training to permit the student in the delivery of instruction per the guidelines of the Systems Approach to Training (SAT) process. This course includes instruction on the performance of learning analysis, the development of learning objectives, the preparation of effective instructional materials, the use of various instructional media and methods, the management of a classroom, and the counseling of individual students in an educational setting. A special emphasis is placed on the development and refinement of those basic speaking and listening skills required to succeed as an instructor. Student will be required to present short 5-30 minute periods of instruction to classmates and instructional staff for purpose of evaluation.

INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT
The course introduces instructors to performance-based, student-centered, instructor-led instructional techniques. It focuses on comprehensive lesson planning, the importance and use of performance objectives, assists in understanding adult learning behaviors and provides helpful classroom management techniques. Students gain experience in the use of course objectives, testing, and lesson plans. Student management techniques and instructor ethics are also addressed.

INSTRUCTOR TNG COURSE
Instructor training course at Fort Benning, GA

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING Two weeks of self-paced, performance oriented instruction on how to develop, prepare, present and evaluate instruction in a service school. Presented using audiovisual cassette and slide lessons. Final requirement, each student must successfully prepare and present a 5-minute, 20-minute and 50-minute class on selected subjects.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE
Instructor training course at Fort Eustis, VA

INSTRUCTOR TRNG
To train selected Navy, Marine Corps and DOD civilian personnel, including students of allied nations, in the techniques and principles of instruction applicable to the formal school environment. Four performance examinations are delivered by each student.

INT OFFICER INTEL ADVANCE
To provide International Officers with a working knowledge of the duties and responsibilities of an All-Source Intelligence Officer, a Company Commander, Battalion/Brigade S2, and a Military Intelligence Staff Officer who can lead and manage Intelligence Electronic Warfare (IEW) systems.

INTELL IN COMBAT TERRORISM
Identification and assessment of the terrorist threat to specific installations and to deployable units during predeployment, deployment and redeployment, and application to counterespionage and counternarcotics.

INTERIOR ELECTRICIAN
Combat engineer training (CET), MOS specific training, and field training exercise (FTX). The focus of CET is on camouflage, mine/countermine, demolition, basic combat construction, and rigging. MOS specific training includes safety, basic mathematics, construction print reading, selection and use of electrical tools, materials, and the installation and testing of interior electrical circuits. The FTX is a reinforcement of CET and MOS specific tasks.

INTERMEDIATE LEADERSHIP
To provide first tour department heads, and department heads equivalents, with two week stand-alone leadership training en route to their initial department head jobs.

INTERNATIO INTEL OFF BASIC
Entry level intelligence officer training, basic intelligence training to prepare the officer for intelligence duties up to brigade level, basic intelligence skills, an introduction to tactical intelligence, intelligence preparation of the battlefield, low intensity conflict, electronic warfare, enemy threat, internal defense and development, and counter insurgency operations.

INTERNATIONAL DEF MGT CRS
To develop greater understanding of the environment, concepts, applications, and techniques of modern management of particular relevance to defense management; present the concepts of defense management systems as they apply to planning, implementation, operations, and information; provide an opportunity to the participants to examine these concepts and techniques with respect to their usefulness in the countries of the participants and in multi-national security management; and, present useful concepts and techniques in special management fields of particular concern to the management responsibilities of the participants.

INTERNATIONAL OAC PREP
Background information concerning U.S. Army organization and structure, air defense artillery operations and tactics; air defense threat information; map reading, military symbols and terms; military communications; overview of small group instruction methodology.

INTERNATIONAL OFF LOG PREP
The curriculum for this course includes the structure of the U.S. Army acronyms used in logistics, composition of TOE/MTOE, the logistics field today, communication skills, evaluation report system, small group instruction, introduction to publications, symbols and graphics, classes of supplies, and test procedures.

INTERNATIONAL OFFICER PREP
The International Officer Preparatory Course (IOPC) is attended by all international officers (IOs) selected for CGSOC. To enhance the International officer's ability to participate in the CGSOC environment; to familiarize the student with the College Media Resources, i.e., computers and library; to familiarize the student with the small group instruction methodology and resulting classroom environment; and to provide an appreciation of the political, social, and economic factors that have a bearing on US people, their society, and way of life. Training includes US military briefing and writing, classroom participation exercises, and local area trips.

INTERNATL ENVIR MGT COURSE
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

INTERPRETER
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

INTERSER MECH APPR FIRE TR
Fundamentals of automotive mechanics. Vehicle maintenance inspection system; policies and procedures. Use of special vehicle tools and test equipment. Inspecting, troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing firefighting vehicles and mounted equipment to include gasoline and diesel engines and associated components; vehicle and equipment electrical systems; power train components; steering systems; brakes; suspension systems; dispensing systems; heaters; hydraulic systems; and air-conditioning. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes. Follow On Course: D148218 for 8 weeks.

INTERSERVICE MECH APPR
Fundamentals of automotive mechanics. Vehicle maintenance inspection systems, policies, and procedures. Use of special tools and test equipment. Inspecting, servicing, troubleshooting, and repairing general purpose vehicles to include gasoline and diesel engines; emission control systems; lubrication and cooling systems; transmissions and power trains; front-end and steering systems; electrical system; brakes; and heating and air-conditioning systems. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes.

INTERSERVICE MECH APPRENT.
Fundamentals of automotive mechanics. Vehicular maintenance inspection system, policies, and procedures. Use of special vehicle tools and test equipment. Inspecting, troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing refueling vehicles to include gasoline and diesel engines and associated components; vehicle electrical systems; power train components; steering systems, brakes, suspension systems; dispensing systems; heaters and bottom loading system. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes.

INTERSERVICE MECHANIC APPR
Vehicle maintenance inspection systems, policies, and procedures. Fundamentals of automotive mechanics as applied to aircraft deicers, cargo loaders, cranes, crawler tractors, forklifts, graders, materials handling equipment, servicing vehicles, towing vehicles, snow removal equipment, and sweepers. Use of special tools and test equipment. Inspecting, troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing of diesel and gasoline engines; power train components; steering mechanisms; brakes; suspension systems; hydraulic system components; electrical systems; hoist and swing mechanisms; heaters and dispensing systems. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety shoes..

INTL AIR WEAPONS CONTR CRS
Background training for SATP international trainees who will perform duties as entry level weapons controllers, AFSC-13B1. Includes subjects designed to qualify graduates to solve the air mass problem, direct aircraft conducting air defensive and tactical missions, plan and coordinate aircraft control and warning activities, direct AC&W personnel, interact with other aircraft control agencies, understand the principles of radar and ECM/ECCM, and be familiar with organization of typical weapons control systems. The medium used to provide aircraft control practice is by computerized simulation in the semi-automated environment. Graduates are qualified to perform as entry level air weapons controllers, AFSC-13B1D. Indoctrination in the specific system of their assignment is provided through additional formal training and OJT.

INTL ASROC MISSILE INT MT
To provide Intermediate Level Maintenance personnel training on maintenance of the conventional ASROC missile.

INTL ASW AIR CONTROL
To provide training to prospective foreign naval Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) air controllers in the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively control ASW fixed-wing and rotary wing aircraft.

INTL ASW JR OFF CRS
To provide training to junior international officers of non-NATO nations assigned to ASW ships in ASW operations, maintenance and air control.

INTL CIC WATCH OFFICER
To provide officers from allied navies with training in basic Combat Information Center operations during routine peacetime steaming. The target audience is junior officers (O-1 to O-4) with some at-sea experience. Emphasis covering overviews of multi-threat warfare areas, tactical maneuvering, and navigation. Upon completion of this course, the student is prepared to plan, coordinate and manage the supervision of all CIC operations and training during routine peacetime steaming.

INTL DIESEL SUBMARINE TRNG
To provide instruction to allied countries in diesel submarine tactics, training, and qualification disciplines/techniques, including practical training on fire control plots.

INTL EOD PH II (SURFACE)
To provide training in the procedures for identification, recovery evaluation and disposal of Surface Explosive Ordnance.

INTL EOD PHASE II NAVY
To provide training in the procedures for identification, recovery evaluation and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance.

INTL HYDROG MGT & ENG PGM
Designed to impart a practical knowledge of hydrographic and geodetic operation planning and surveying, and produce skills in conducting hydrographic tasks. Upon program completion students will be able to perform the hydrographic and geodetic function, and lead a survey operation.

INTL INTELL APPL OFFICER
Trains junior grade international officers in the fundamentals of intelligence applications. Training includes intelligence security; basic intelligence tools; briefing and debriefing techniques; indications and warnings; military doctrine; organization and warfare capabilities; operations intelligence; analysis of offensive forces; air defense analysis; internal defense; and introduction to targeting. Special Requirements: CONFIDENTIAL clearance required according to AFI 16-201, Foreign Disclosure of Classified and Unclassified Military Information to Foreign Governments and International Organizations (formerly AFR 200-9), verified in advance and sent by message to training institution.

INTL JT MARITIME TACT DEV
Provide Mid-grade warfare specialty International Officers (O-3 to O-4) with the tactical development skills required to support a Joint Force Commander or Naval Component Commander in a multi-threat environment.

INTL LOG AUTO PGMS CRS
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

INTL LOG DISTR MGT CRS
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

INTL LOG/SUPPLY MGMT CRS
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

INTL LOGISTIC OFR OVERVIEW
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the U.S. Army logistics system. Instruction includes accepted theory, established policy, doctrine, and applications related to logistics. The life-cycle management model is a common thread of the course. It is used to focus on materiel acquisition; contracting, inventory, distribution and maintenance of equipment, financial resources, and logistical support to the Army on the field. Instruction includes basic statistical and probability techniques. This instruction is oriented toward improving students' decision-making abilities by providing knowledge of the techniques and procedures involved.

INTL MARITIME OFF
This program is designed specifically for international, mid-grade officer-level students (military and civilian) with maritime experience. The dynamics of the class composition add to the learning experience as students share their various views and experiences. The course provides professional military study in the organization, planning, management and operation of a multi-mission maritime force. The program addresses the value of honor and integrity, effective leadership and management skills, and the rules, customs, and traditions which govern an officer corps. Academics include comprehensive Search and Rescue training which provides students with the skills needed to plan and execute search plans. During the Maritime Law Enforcement phase of training, students discuss international law, boarding procedures, hidden compartments, high risk search tactics, drug ID and testing, and prisoner processing. The Maritime Law Enforcement phase concludes with an operational planning exercise. Marine Safety topics include marine environmental response, safety and occupational health, pollution response techniques, contingency planning, marine licensing, and commercial vessel inspection. Leadership and management training consists of a senior managers seminar focusing on the habits of highly effective leaders in both the military and private enterprise. A one-week block of instruction dealing with human rights and military operations is presented by the Naval Justice School staff. Each student is required to make an oral presentation during the first week of class explaining the highlights and customs of his/her home country.

INTL MK46 MOD 5 T/REFRESH
Refresher training on the MK46 MOD5 Missile System.

INTL MK46 MOD5 INTER MAINT
To provide Intermediate Level Maintenance personnel training on maintenance of the MK 46 MOD 5 TORPEDO.

INTL MK46 MOD5 TEQ INT MT
To provide selected personnel with the technical knowledge and skills necessary to operate and maintain the MK46 MOD5 Torpedo. Personnel will also be trained in the use of selected test equipment.

INTL MK46 T/QA FOR SUPV
Quality Assurance Supervisory training for the MK46 Missile System.

INTL MK46 T/TECH OFF/MGRS
Technician and manager training on the MK46 Missile System.

INTL MK46 TORP STOR/ISSUE
PURPOSE: To provide personnel with the technical and practical knowledge skills required to maintain the MK-46 Torpedo in a Ready For Issue condition. Decontamination and clean up procedures for Otto Fuel II are also taught. The storage and issue activity provides an operational interface between the user activities and the Intermediate Maintenance Activities.

INTL OFF SCH & SOS
Prepares international officers in the Air Force grade equivalent of lieutenant, captain, or junior major to participate in Squadron Officer School (SOS). Instruction centers on providing a foundation in officership values, application, leadership tools, and air and space power in order to improve the professional competence of the students. Instruction also includes the traditions and ideals of US society, extensive physical training commensurate with the officership application program at SOS, and language and communicative skills specific to SOS. The purpose of the course is to develop: an awareness of the organizational structure, curriculum content, terminology and instructional methods used at SOS; an awareness of the United States military mission and organization; and an appreciation of US society, institutions, and ideals. Provides a forum for exchange of ideas, fostering a greater understanding of regional, cultural, and societal issues. Course is designed to meet individual needs by providing course work based on language fluency. The majority of class time is devoted to lectures and seminars with military or civilian instructors. Local and extended field trips provide students with insights into US society, institutions, and ideals. A sponsor program aids students in becoming acquainted with the military and civilian communities.

INTL OFF SCH (FOR AC&SC)
Prepares international officers in the grade equivalent to an Air Force senior captain, major, or junior lieutenant colonel to participate in the Air Command and Staff College (ACSC). Instruction centers on ACSC's book-based curriculum, exploring the works of many great thinkers and strategists and focusing on developing creative, analytical thought and a better understanding of command and application of air power to foster teamwork and team building. Instruction also includes the traditions and ideals of US society, US Defense organization, leadership topics, and language and communicative skills specific to ACSC. The purpose of the course is to develop an awareness of the organizational structure, curriculum content, terminology and instructional methods used at ACSC; an awareness of the United States military mission and organization; and an appreciation of American society, institutions, and ideals. Provides a forum for exchange of ideas, fostering a greater understanding of regional, cultural, and societal issues. Some physical training is accomplished commensurate with ACSC programs. The course is designed to meet individual needs by providing course work based on language fluency. The majority of class time is devoted to lectures and seminars with military or civilian instructors. Local and extended field trips provide students with insights into US society, institutions, and ideals. A sponsor program aids students in becoming acquainted with the military and civilian communities.

INTL OFF SCH (FOR AWC)
Prepares international officers in the grade equivalent to an Air Force lieutenant colonel or colonel to participate in Air War College (AWC). Instruction centers on providing a foundation for AWC's focus on war fighting, including introductions to air power doctrine, strategic thought, and military theory. Instruction also includes the history and traditions of US society, the US defense organization, and language and communicative skills specific to AWC. Course prepares international officers to attend AWC by developing an awareness of the organizational structure, curriculum content, terminology, and instructional methods used at AWC; an awareness of the United States military mission and organization; and an appreciation of American society, institutions, and ideals. Provides a forum for exchange of ideas, fostering a greater understanding of regional, cultural, and societal issues. Some physical training is accomplished commensurate with AWC programs. The course is designed to meet individual needs by providing course work based on language fluency. The majority of class time is devoted to lectures and seminars with civilian or military instructors. Local and extended field trips provide students with insights into US society, institutions, and ideals. A sponsor program aids students in becoming acquainted with the military and civilian communities.

INTL RIVERINE AFLOAT TRNG

INTL SAR MARITIME
To train selected Navy, Marine Corps and DOD civilian personnel, including students of allied nations, in the techniques and principles of instruction applicable to the formal school environment. Four performance examinations are delivered by each student.

INTL SHIPYARD MGMT
To familiarize students with the inner workings of shipyard operations with a focus on the interface between the planning and production departments.

INTR COMM ELECTRICIAN CL A
The purpose of this course is to provide Naval personnel (FR-FN) with the technical knowledge and skills for follow on training and to operate and maintain, at the organizational level of maintenance, Interior Communication (IC) systems under the direct supervision of a Senior IC Electrician.

INTRO TO BASE CE ORGANIZAT
The objective is for students to understand the peacetime organization of the objective Air Force Civil Engineer squadron, the responsibilities of each flight in the squadron, the flights' interfaces with other activities at base level, and how to plan and execute programs in these flights. In addition, military students have further objectives to select, explain, and apply expedient methods of force bed-down, air base operability, and base recovery for mission essential facilities during contingency operations. Civilians attend the first 4 weeks. Military personnel attend all 8 weeks. The first 2 weeks of this course provide all officers and officer-equivalent civilian personnel entering the civil engineer career field familiarization of Air Force CE organization, management systems, techniques, and operations. The course includes a general overview of CE organizational structure, work requirements and resources, the WIMS systems, in-service versus contract work, and professional development. General management topics are also included in the course which aid the student in developing management skills required as a future Air Force leader and manager. For weeks 3 and 4 of this course, students are assigned (based on their home station duties) to either the engineering, resources, environmental, or operations specialty session. During these 2 weeks, the student learns how flight-specific processes are accomplished. This session covers the processes, forms, and other tools used to perform flight activities. In addition, the student learns the key products and services provided by other flights and organizations which support the student's flight. The next 3 weeks of the course (for military students only) describe expedient methods of force Bed-down, air base operability, and base recovery. The focus is on bases in forward theaters of operation, but techniques are applicable to any airfield. Topics covered include Air Force civil engineer responsibilities; assets; troop and aircraft Bed-down; expedient airfield pavements; airfield criteria; expedient buildings and munitions storage; disease control; EOD wartime operations; foreign cultural overviews; water, waste, fuel, and electrical systems; arresting barriers; wartime fire protection and crash rescue; base and personal survivability; facility hardening measures, camouflage, concealment, and deception; structural and utility repair; chemical defense; damage assessment; explosive ordinance reconnaissance; rapid runway repair; and leadership of troops under stress. The course does not address contingency planning above base level. The last week of the course is A-1 week field laboratory (officer field education [OFE]) at Detachment 1, 823d RED HORSE, Tyndall AFB FL. OFE provides "hands-on" education in force bed-down, rapid runway repair, disaster preparedness, services, fire rescue bare base assets, and command and control.

INTRO TO RSI/GIS
Purpose: Introduction to Remotely Sensed Imagery (RSI)/Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Course provides personnel from the warfighting and support communities familiarization with the applicable theory, principles, and applications designed to enhance their operational capabilities and effectiveness as a combat multiplier. Target Audiences -- Commanders, staff, and support personnel at all levels of all Services, Commands, and DoD Agencies. Topics include: an overview of the concepts used to exploit digital data sources and provide decision makers with timely and accurate information to include: Theory, Concepts, and Principles of RSI/GIS Digital Data Extraction (8-mm tape, CD-ROM, and other imaging devices) Digital Image Manipulation, Enhancement, and Categorization Geodetic Control and Accuracy Data Source Merging and Exploitation DMA Digital Data Formats and Structures (VPF and MUSE) RSI/GIS Link to the Global Position System (GPS) Hands-on, Mission-Driven,

INVENTORY MGT & WHSE SPECL
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

INVENTORY MGT & WHSE SUPVR
(1) NCOs that perform, or will perform, supervisory duties over inventory management and warehouse specialists. (2) Experience in inventory management and warehouse duties. (3) IAAFA aptitude tests minimum score requirements: General: 21 and Math: 21. Course Objective - This course prepares an experienced inventory management and warehouse specialist for supervisory duties. Block I - Supply Organization and Systems (30 hours) - Relationships within the supply system from depot to base level with emphasis being placed on the organization and function of a base level unit. How supply fits into a complete logistics structure and how the elements of a logistics system are interdependent upon one another. Universal principles of supply with special attention devoted to the concept of customer support. Block II - Supply Publications - MCRD CD ROM (95 hours) - Basic use of computers. Use of US Department of Defense supply catalogs and technical orders which are required for all FMS customers. Purpose and use of the H, 4-1, 4-2, MCRL-1, MCRL-2, ILS, ML, USAF-2A-1, and technical orders and interchangeable and substitute groups. Students are given extensive opportunity to exercise their capability of conducting basic research of supply management data using a computer and the Master Cross Reference Data on Compact Disk Read Only Memory (MCRD CD ROM). Block III - Documentation and Accounting (15 hours) - Why documentation and accounting procedures are crucial to the proper functioning of a supply system. Basic principles involved in creating supply documentation, methods for control of documents, procedures for maintaining accountability over all transactions and procedures for ensuring the special control of critical components through repair cycle program. Block IV - Automated Inventory Management System (AIMS) (33 hours) - Utilization of computers in automated supply functions. The AIMS is the software used for this segment. Students create, manipulate and control inventory data bases on a small computer. This allows the student to see how the computer can be utilized to quickly and accurately complete tedious, time intensive procedures. Block V - Inventory Management Systems (39 hours) - Methods for solving the reduction of total cost while maximizing supply availability. Theory of inventory management and specific techniques for solving base level supply stockage problems. Block VI - Warehouse Operations (32 hours) - Methods for planning and designing a warehouse, space allocation and setting up a storage facility. Set up and maintenance of a locator system once the warehouse has been laid out. Procedures for the operation of a receiving section, for inspection activities, for warehousing, issue and storage systems, and the operation of a bench stock section. Emphasis is given to material handling equipment, warehouse safety and special commodities storage requirements. Block VII - Inventory Procedures (27 hours) - Conducting inventories most appropriate in a specific situation. Block VIII - International Logistics Management (32 hours) - Introduction to the different Security Assistance programs offered by the United States and the reasons these programs exist. Specific information on the operation of the FMS program. Conducting basic transactions using MILSTRIP and UMMIPS procedures once an FMS case has been established. Block IX - Supply Tracking and Reparable Returns (STARR-PC) (45 hours) - Create MILSTRIP requisitions, follow-ups, modifier and cancellation requests, material returns, receipts, AF Material Repair Requirements List (MRRL) request and AF technical order request transactions. Process data transmitted and received through ILCS. Use of the system to obtain logistics information on the status of your requisitions form initiation or reparable return transaction to the recorded receipt of the item in your country. Obtain the MRRL Report, Air Force Technical Order Reports and information on your cases and line items from the sub-systems. Block X - Management Exercise (51 hours) - Orientation visit to a local operational supply squadron to reinforce the concepts presented in class. Allows students to observe the operation of a USAF supply unit Students will also conduct an integrated exercise where they must put into practice the supply concepts which they have learned. This will involve the space planning and actual layout of a small storage facility. Students will identify property, place it in location, establish and maintain a locator system, receive, inspect and issue property, record transaction and implement document control procedures. Students will utilize the AIMS program to accomplish all of these transactions. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

IOS FOR ACSC/EXCHANGE PGM
ACSC educates mid-career exchange officers to lead in developing, advancing, and applying air and space power in peace and war. The college's resident curriculum emphasizes the analytical and practical tools students will need as future military leaders. This book-based curriculum explores the works of many great thinkers and strategists - military and civilian. The students begin their studies by addressing the large conceptual issues of air campaigning and end with a practicum allowing the students to apply their knowledge of air and space power in a practical application. This challenging educational environment is enhanced by advanced technology including a combat applications facility which provides students an understanding of space capabilities. Also, a demanding research program fosters teamwork and team building between faculty and students and between students. The faculty helps students reach new levels of creative, analytical thought and a deeper understanding of the requisites of command and the application of air and space power. The core curriculum addresses joint operations from the Air Force perspective in support of Phase I of the Program for Joint Education (PJE).

IOS/AWC EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Focus is on developing senior exchange officers who are able to think strategically, critically, and analytically. In doing so, the College will better prepare these officers to deal with both current and future environments as they relate to the effective employment of air and space forces--with emphasis on joint and combined operations--in support of US national security interests. The overarching areas of leadership, airpower, strategy, and joint operations guide instructional blocks dealing with, for example: conflict and change, and what drives nations to make war or peace; military history, doctrine, strategy, and airpower, and their tie to the evolution of war and operations other than war; national and international security issues and relationships, and the strategic policy decision-making processes used to address such issues; the effective employment of an integrated joint forces team to bring the military arm of national power to bear in winning our nation's wars; and the moral and ethical implications and accountability required of leadership to responsibly and effectively lead large and complex organizations in the dynamic, strategic environment of today and tomorrow. Elective studies and regional field studies are a large part of the curriculum and are student tailored to cover areas of high interest and importance to future senior leaders. The curriculum meets requirements and guidelines for Phase I Joint Professional Military Education (JPME). Active duty Air Force and other US military service officers as well as officers of the Guard and Reserve forces, select international officers, and civilians from US government departments and agencies may attend.

IP INSTRMNT FLT PROCEDURES
Course Objective - This course is designed to prepare pilots with experience in instrument flying on the instructional procedures and techniques necessary to perform instructor duties. Block I - Instructional Concepts and Techniques (31 hours) - This unit is designed primarily to develop instructional techniques related to the control and performance of the aircraft, cross control, 60-1 rule, and instrument maneuvers. It includes the use of navigational aids such as NDB, VOR, VOR/DME, and TACAN. The necessary maneuvers are also included to carry out fix-to-fix, DME arc, and holding pattern procedures at and away from the station. Block II - Instrument Approach (27 hours) - This unit begins with a deep analysis of aeronautical charts published by the United States' Department of Defense. The required instructional techniques and procedures are emphasized in order to carry out precision and non-precision instrument approaches. Also included are the factors that should be taken into consideration during the transition to landing and missing approached. Block III - Flight Simulator Missions (57 hours) - In this unit the flight simulator will be used to carry out instrument maneuvers previously studied in the classroom. The application of instructional techniques required for each maneuver will be also taken into consideration. Some of the maneuvers include: basic and advanced maneuvers, precision and non-precision instrument approaches, transition to landing, and missed approaches. In summary, the primary objective of this unit is the successful application of the knowledge acquired during instruction to instrument flying. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

JAG OFFICER BASIC
The course stresses military criminal law and procedures, and other areas of military law which are most likely to concern a Judge Advocate in the first duty assignment. Specifically, it provides an introduction to the following: military criminal law and the practical aspects of criminal procedure and practice; personnel law (military and civilian); legal basis of command; claims; legal assistance; Army organization and management; federal contract and fiscal law; and the Law of War and Status of Forces Agreements.

JAG OFFICER GRADUATE
This course prepares career military attorneys for future service in senior judge advocate positions. The course requirements equal or exceed those of graduate programs at other law schools. The American Bar Association has approved the course as meeting its standards for specialized legal education beyond the first professional degree. Students who successfully complete the course are awarded a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Military Law. The course is conducted over an academic year totalling approximately 40 credit hours. Core courses consist of 26 credit hours of criminal law, administrative and civil law, international and operational law, contract law, leadership and management, and professional writing and advocacy. Electives consist of 14 credit hours.

JCET An event primarily designed to benefit U.S. SOF METL/JMETL training.

JCSOS Educate staff officers in the Joint Operations of all forces in the U.S. as well as in Combined operations.

JET ENGINE MISHAP INV Provides general introduction to design and construction variations of jet engine, to include small, large, and turbo fan engines, as needed for mishap investigation. Policies and procedures of investigation, fluid system contamination, and identification of material failures. Identification and causes of engine failures in relation to compressor and turbine failures, identification of overtemperature damage, identification of bearing failures, and a comparison on inflight and post-impact fire damage. Engine power analysis procedure and temperature analysis. Inspection of crash damaged engine and components and jet engine case history studies.

JET ENGINE TECHNICIAN
Course Objective - This course teaches the student to remove, install, disassemble, inspect, repair, assemble, and service turbojet and Turboshaft engines. Specialty Description - (a) Perform Inspections and Preventive Maintenance on Jet Engines, Including Turboshaft Engines - Perform engine periodic and special inspections by checking engine components for cracks, dents, security of attachment, leakage, foreign matter, clearances, deformation, and proper safeties. Remove and install engine to include disconnecting and connecting fuel, oil, and air lines, and electrical leads. Inspect controls for freedom of movement and bounding pads for condition. Use knowledge of systems and technical order diagrams to analyze trouble indication and determine possible causes and adjustments. Select appropriate action to insure correction of defects. Operate and perform operator maintenance on jet ground support equipment, such as maintenance stands and auxiliary power units. Select, use, and care for common hand and special tools. Understand standard engine systems' code markings. Observe and practice safety procedures. b Accomplish Field Maintenance Repair and Engine Build-Up - Disassemble engines to the extent necessary to repair and replace engine parts to include removing and disassembling engine components such as exhaust cone, turbine rotor, combustion chamber, compressor, engine plumbing, electrical leads and units, bearings, seals, oil metering jets, and filters. Clean and inspect engine components using the visual inspection method. Analyze engine inspection finding to determine need for repairs. Repair engine by replacing parts and removing such defects as nicks, dents, scratches, and burrs. Assemble engine adhering to prescribed procedures, torque values, safetying methods, and clearances on such items as compressor rotor and turbine nozzles. Prepare engine for installation in aircraft. Accomplish corrosion control as required. Block I - Jet Engine Fundamentals (74.5 hours) - Course introduction, ground safety, maintenance manuals, handtools, engine hardware, perform two methods of safety wiring, corrosion control and storage procedures, and jet engine theory. Block II - PT6 Engine System Familiarization and Operation (28 hours) - PT6 Engine: General characteristics, oil system, starting system, and fuel system. Block III - J-85 Engine System Familiarization and Operation (40 hours) - J-85 Engine: General characteristics, electrical, air distribution, oil system, fuel and variable geometry systems. Block IV - J-85 Engine Components and Maintenance Procedures (87.5 hours) - J-85 Engine: Engine maintenance and inspection concepts, accessory section, turbine section, combustion section, mainframe, compressor section, front frame, perform installation and measurement of number 2 bearing and carbon seal, and engine build up. Block V - A-37 Aircraft Engine Maintenance and Operation Procedures (65 hours) - A-37 Aircraft: Ground safety on engine removal and installation, engine removal, and inspection and installation on the A-37 aircraft. A-37 ground safety procedures, engine instruments, A-37 aircraft engine operation procedures, emergency shutdown procedures, and engine limitation. Block VI - T-56 Engine System Familiarization and Operation (68.5 hours) - T-56 Engine: General characteristics, oil, fuel, electrical, temperature datum control, and compressor bleed air system. Block VII - T-56 Engine Components and Maintenance Procedures (56.5 hours) - T-56 Engine: Inspection, concepts and engine maintenance procedures. Tear-down, inspect, repair and build up of accessory drives, air inlet and reduction gear, power turbine, and combustion sections. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

JNT AERO. SYS ADMIN COURSE
Trains selected officers, senior NCOs, and DoD civilians to plan, coordinate, control, and integrate air and surface forces in joint operations. Focuses on those battle management functions performed to integrate air and surface resources into joint combat operations. Provides an understanding of fundamental coordination considerations performed primarily at an air operations center or an associated joint or component facility. Covers threat; basic doctrine, mission, and organization of the services; command, control, and communications systems; intelligence support capabilities; tactical missions and major weapons systems used in joint operations; capabilities and limitations of command and control warfare (C2W) concepts and strategy; and current CTAPS computer tools used in joint operations. Focus is placed on choosing options which will provide the most effective use of military forces in joint operations. Individuals attending the course will be assigned to either an operations/plans track or an intelligence track. Students will complete together the first seven blocks of instructions. In block 8, the students will receive separate track instructions in the CTAPS tools used separately in the operations/plans or intelligence areas to produce an ATO/ACO. Students will be assigned to exercise duties in either operations/plans or in the intelligence areas. The overall course will take 17 class days with an exercise at the end requiring the students to plan, produce, and execute an ATO/ACO.

Joint Comb Exchange Trng

JOINT OPERATIONS
Consists of a common curriculum which is divided into three blocks of instruction. The first block, Component Forces, deals with support and specialized units, the capabilities, limitations, and normal employment of various tactical units of all services. The second block, Joint Staff Procedures/Contingency Planning, incorporates an instructor-guided practical exercise which is designed to lead the students through the initiation phase, the concept development phase, and portions of the plan development phase of the joint planning process. The third block, Wargame, includes an open ended map exercise in which students work in two distinct joint staffs to plan for the employment of a joint task force and submit to their commander a concept plan, a command relationship annex, a force deployment list and a transportation requirement list. Concludes with student briefings by each staff group.

Joint Planning Assistance

JOINT RIVERINE TRAINING TM
Training in Basic Riverine Warfare Skills: Small Craft Piloting, Rifle Marksmanship, Machine Gun Gunnery, Waterborne Law Enforcement, First Aid, Communications, Outboard Engine Mechanics, Land Navigation, Patrolling, and Physical Fitness.

JOINT TRANSITION COURSE
This is a one week course that is generally a prerequisite course for all international officers prior to attending the Joint and Combined Staff Officer School. It is intended for students who have not completed the Phase I Professional Military Education or who may need a refresher course before beginning Phase II.

JPAT
Provides focused training on plan. and coord. both joint and Multinational CD ops and exe to participating Nation's forces; and/or to conduct counterdrug related training of foreign military and law enforcement personnel.

JT/COMB STAFF OFFICER SCHL
To prepare selected mid-career officers for Joint and Combined Staff Duty. The school conducts phase II of the intermediate-level program for joint education. The program focuses on joint warfighting and deals with the integrated strategic deployment, employment, and sustainment of air, land, sea, space and special operations forces.

JUDGE ADVOCATE STAFF OFF
Provides judge advocates with a foundation in the principles and concepts of military law and the art of advocacy in the military setting. Emphasis is placed on those areas of the law most frequently performed by base-level judge advocates. The course adapts professional skills to the Air Force in order to increase each judge advocate's potential as a member of the commander's staff. Prerequisites and Selection: Selection is made by the Judge Advocate General, USAF, from officers in the grade of first lieutenant or captain who have been selected to perform judge advocate duties. Selectees have fewer than 18 months' duty as judge advocates. Admin and Reporting Instructions: Students should hand-carry eight copies of their orders. (EXPANDED IMET - Core Course).

JUMPMASTER
Jumpmaster a day/night combat equipment jump; demonstrate the proper attaching, jumping, and releasing procedures with an individual weapons and equipment container while participating in an actual jump, attain a passing score on the final written examination at the conclusion of the course; and demonstrate proficiency in the jumpmaster personnel inspection by successfully inspecting two rigged jumpers and one combat-equipped jumper in a 4 minute, 30 second period. (Student must score 70 or higher and miss no major discrepancies.)

KATUSA Soldier Program
The KATUSA Soldier Program was established in July 1950 when the Republic of Korea placed all of its forces under the command of General Douglas MacArthur as Commander-in-Chief, United Nations Command. General MacArthur acted under this authority to assign Republic of Korea troops to U.S. Army units that were critically short of personnel in order that they could be committed to combat. After the Korean Conflict, the KATSUA program was continued in order to promote better integration of U.S. and Republic of Korea forces, and to give U.S. commanders a larger number of fully-man units available to respond to contingencies. Improvement of combined U.S.-ROK operational capabilities remains the central objective of the KATUSA program. Republic of Korea KATUSA participants undergo the equivalent of U.S. basic combat training at the Republics of Korea Non-san Basic Training Center and an instruction to the U.S. Army at the Eighth Army-operated "KATSUSA Training Academy" in CP Jackson, Korea. They are then integrated into U.S. units and are trained "on-the-job" in a U.S. Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) during the balance of total, two-year term of service. Approximately 22% of the KATUSA soldiers serve in positions that require their Korean language ability. After regular active service, KATUSA soldiers serve seven years in the reserve component of the Republic of Korea Army. There are approximately 15,500 KATUSA soldiers in the ROK Army reserves at any one time. In the event of mobilization, approximately 2,500 of these KATUSA reservists would return to U.S. units while the balance would be assigned to ROK Army units.

KC10 BOOM OPR SIM REFR
Provides simulator training in the KC-10 for boom operators.

KS Incremental Trng Prog
Combined Assaults, Live Fire/Maneuver Training

LAN ADMIN & MANAGEMENT
Concepts of Local Area Networks (LAN) administration and management, basic and complex functions of Windows NT Server, Network Management Software tools, TCP/IP protocol, WAN interfaces, Automation Security, and Firewalls. Students will build a LAN and perform common administrative functions and install the Network Management tools on the network.

LAN-CONCEPTS/CONFIGURATION
Definition and scope of data communications and LANs: the OSI Reference Model; IEEE 802.x standards as they apply to LANs and Networks; LAN protocols; LAN network topologies; LAN components to include servers, workstations, media, topologies, and connectivity devices (local and wide area). Build small operational LANs and make connections to the Internet.

LANG LAB MAINT / CASSETTE
This training provides classroom instruction and practical application in the maintenance, repair, and operation of cassette language laboratories. It includes training to the GEL IC-4M system as well as the IC-6. It is conducted in the DLIELC classroom laboratory, which is equipped with the General Electric Laboratories (GEL) IC-6 system and IC-4M systems.

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR/ADV
This 16-week course is designed for graduates of the BALIC, or equivalent, who have at least two years' experience teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in their countries. The objective of the course is the improvement of students' English proficiency with an emphasis on oral and written communication. The methodology objectives include advanced teaching techniques focusing on the teaching of Books 25 to 34, student evaluation and assessment including an overview of the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI), planning and providing in-service training for fellow instructors, and a familiarization with the use of videotape and interactive software in the classroom.

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR/BASIC
This course is designed to prepare host-country military and civilian employees who are non-native speakers to English to teach the American Language Course (ALC) in their countries. Primary course objectives include the improvement of the instructor trainees' English language skills. The trainees receive practice in advanced listening, speaking, and reading skills with special emphasis on writing skills. The course includes a practical review of grammar, basic phonology concepts, speaking, and writing activities, and readings on American culture. Another main objective of the course is to teach instructor trainees how to teach American English using the General English materials of the ALC. This portion of the course introduces the instructor trainee to the ALC materials providing them with instructional techniques to effectively teach the materials. The course provides instructor trainees with opportunities for peer-teaching portions of the ALC and observing actual classes in the General English Section of DLIELC.

LANTIRN FMS PREREQ COURSE
Provides foreign military students the knowledge necessary for successful completion of LANTIRN FMS Type 1 training. The training includes an introduction to Infrared principles, Laser principles, and Terrain Following Radar principles.

LANTIRN-2 MED/LOW ACAD/SIM
Track 2 medium and low altitude employment - academics and simulator only.

LAW ENFORCMNT APR(CERTIFY)
Prerequisites: Must be qualified with the M-16 rifle and service handgun on the Air Force Qualification Course (AFQC) according to AFI 36-2226 (formerly AFR 50-36) prior to entry into Block II (Block I is weapons qualification). ECL 70.

LAW OF WAR WORKSHOP
Focuses on the international customary and treaty rules affecting the conduct of forces in military operations in all levels of hostilities. Topics include the Hague and Geneva Conventions and their application in military operations, to include problems on reporting and investigating war crimes; treatment and control of civilians; treatment and classification of detainees; the substantial change pending to the law of war as a result of the 1977 Protocols to the 1949 Geneva Conventions, including extensive new obligations of commanders and military attorneys. Practical emphasis is given to all levels of mission planning and accomplishment is accordance with the law of war; to the low of war responsibilities of attorneys, non-attorney staff officers and commanders, and to law of war instruction, including techniques and instructional aids.

LDRSHIP PGM DIS. RESP.
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
This course is designed for USCG supervisory personnel in pay grades E-5 through E-7, W-3 through O-3, and mid-level civilians. The course objective is to train supervisory skills in communication for understanding and exerting a positive influence. The curriculum is designed so that each concept is introduced, discussed, and applied in a measurable fashion using the instructional systems design (ISD) process. In addition, each student is given individual feedback on strengths and weaknesses in applying these skills. The training is experiential and relies heavily on role playing, case studies, and group activities to facilitate the students' learning.

LEGAL CONSDR MIL&PEACE OP
This program is designed for senior military and civilian government officials, particularly secretariat and military headquarters staff members, who are responsible for formulating and executing their nation's peacekeeping or coalition policies. Students would typically include military officers at or above the level of battalion commanders, civilian or military staff of the Ministry of Defense, and civilian staff of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Although attorneys are welcome, the program is specifically oriented for non-lawyers. The course is an academic study of international law pertaining to peace operations. It is designed to augment and complement peace operations courses currently offered by other U.S. military components. The seminar employs both lecture format and discussion group or syndicate format, as well as field excursions to New York and Washington, D.C. The goal of the seminar is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of international and humanitarian law that impact on military and, specifically, peace operations. Armed with this understanding, participants will be able to better train and prepare their forces to participate in a coalition peace mission, and make a greater contribution to the success of that mission.

LEGAL OFFICER
A course to train active-duty junior officers of the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard, as well as Navy (Independent Duty) enlisted service members, to perform the duties of a unit legal officer, by providing training in the areas of military criminal law, military evidence, military justice procedures, and civil and administrative law.

Light Infantry Tactics
To provide the Mexican Navy with better trained personnel to lead and participate in a high-stress environments characteristic of light infantry counterdrug operations.

LOADMASTER/ *
FAMILIARIZATION

LOG EXEC DEV
LEDC serves as the Army's senior logistic course to prepare civilian/military managers for key executive positions within the Army and Department of Defense logistic systems, to broaden the individual's logistic foundation developed by earlier logistic functional courses and personal experience, to provide insights into the multifunctional areas of logistics and their integration into the overall Department of Defense logistic system, to expand and enhance the fundamental management skills of the individual, and to provide an understanding of the interface between the Army in the field, the logistic structure, and industry. The course of instruction includes financial management; manpower and force management; acquisition management and integrated logistics support; decision sciences; materiel readiness to include physical distribution, inventory management, major/secondary items, CCSS, depot operations, transportation, environment considerations, and reutilization disposal systems; developing logistics strategy; logistics military history; managerial economics; and combat logistics (airland battle/multifunctional logistics). An elective program includes computer literacy.

LOG MGT DEV
The course provides an overview of the Army logistics system. The life cycle management model is the common thread of the course and is used to highlight the more significant considerations of Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RTDE). Acquisition inventory management, maintenance, and disposal of Army materiel. Management skills instruction includes basic statistical and probability techniques, as well as aspects of interpersonal behavior. This instruction is oriented towards improving the decision-making abilities of the students by providing knowledge of the techniques and considerations involved in logistics management.

LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT/GRAD
Provides a broad, diversified curriculum that will equip students with the skills required to perform effectively as middle and upper managers in any of a variety of Air Force and defense logistics systems. Satisfactory completion of the curriculum leads to award of a Master of Science degree in logistics management.

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
Course Description - This course covers the movement of persons and equipment necessary to the military needs. The students will learn how to integrate the concepts of supply, maintenance, transportation, contracting, civil engineering, and base services into a working logistics support system. Block I - Introduction to Logistics (58 hours) - The course will include a discussion on total quality management. Overview of the logistic structure within the Department of Defense of the United States and historic examples which illustrate the importance of logistics throughout history. Block II - Supply (35 hours) - Basic structure of supply squadron and responsibilities. In-depth discussion on repair cycle, fuels and some aspects of item records. Visit to a supply squadron and depot storage facility. Block III - International Logistics (53 hours) - Discuss the Security Assistance Program and Foreign Military Sales. Explain the Military Standard Requisition Issue Procedures and the Uniform Military Priority System and its importance in the Foreign Military Sales arena. Reports of Discrepancies procedures and forms preparation. An introduction to STARR-PC. Block IV - Maintenance (40 hours) - Basic organizational structure of Aircraft Maintenance and its responsibilities. Discussion on quality assurance, security, engine management and technical orders. A tour to a depot level maintenance facility. Block V - Transportation (19 hours) - Base transportation organizations and responsibilities. Discuss Vehicle Operations and Cargo and Personnel processing. Block VI - Other Support Organizations (20 hours) - Introduce several support organizations which contribute to the overall logistics support of a base and their responsibilities. Block VII - Logistics Planning (46 hours) - Explain Logistics Plans organization and responsibilities at base level. Specifically will cover War Reserve material, introduction to deployment, work centers, deployment plans, schedule of events, cargo processing and personnel processing. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

LOGISTICS MGMT DEVELOPMENT
The course provides an overview of the Army logistics system. The life cycle management model is the common thread of the course and is used to highlight the more significant considerations of Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RTDE). Acquisition inventory management, maintenance, and disposal of Army materiel. Management skills instruction includes basic statistical and probability techniques, as well as aspects of interpersonal behavior. This instruction is oriented towards improving the decision-making abilities of the students by providing knowledge of the techniques and considerations involved in logistics management.

LOGISTICS OFFICER
Provides knowledge and skills required of a logistics officer at the battalion and squadron level. This course provides officers a foundation of professional knowledge in logistics and CSS fields.

LOGISTICS PLANS & PROG OFF
Trains personnel in the duties and responsibilities of the retail logistics plans and programs officer/civilian in an operational wing. Includes an introductory block that describes Air Force combat support doctrine, the relationship of logistics planning to other logistics disciplines, and the logistics planner's role in the acquisition/wholesale environment. A programming block addresses support agreements and war reserve materiel (WRM) management. The planning block describes joint operation and base support planning with emphasis on developing logistics inputs. The deployment block addresses aspects of deployments, to include workcenters, training, plans development, schedule of events, employment, and sustainment and re-deployment. A block on the Contingency Operation/Mobility Planning and Execution System provides hands-on computer training for managing LOGMOD-B at base level.

LONG RANGE SURVEILANCE LDR
Command and Control; Reconnaissance and Surveillance Operations; Target Acquisition and Battle Damage Assessment; Field Training Exercises; Threat Subjects; Survival; Physical Training; Communications/Electronics; Airborne/Airmobile Operations; Special Insertion/Extraction Techniques.

LSO INIT FORMAL GRND TRNG
Initial classroom and simulator instruction for designated Landing Signal Officer (LSO) trainees.

LT WHEEL VEH MECH-BNCOC
Maintenance management; supervision of unit maintenance on tracked and wheeled vehicles, MHE, and power generation equipment; recovery operations; supply management; inspection techniques; unit defense; battlefield cannibalization techniques; maintenance of TMDE; training management; and basic leadership.

LT WHEEL VEHICLE MECH
To perform unit level maintenance on automotive wheeled vehicles. Wheel vehicle operations, introduction to troubleshooting, fuel system maintenance, electrical system maintenance, power train maintenance, chassis, suspension, and steering maintenance, brake maintenance, preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS), recovery crew member operations, common maintenance subjects, TMDE, publications, maintenance forms, use and care of tools/power tools, shop safety, maintenance discipline, operational security, equal opportunity and prevention of sexual harassment, physical fitness, introduction to military vehicles, and use of soldier's manual.

M1 ABRAMS TANK SYS MECH
Test and troubleshoot system; inspect, service, lubricate, replace, and adjust components; use of publications, special tools and test, measurement and diagnostic equipment; fundamentals and principles of engine, fuel, exhaust, cooling, electrical, track, suspension, steering control, and hydraulic systems, engine power trains, and hull of the M1/M1A1 Abrams tank systems, M88A1, M113-series vehicles, and M998 and 2 1/2 ton tactical vehicles, and drive an M1/M1A1 tank.

M1/M1A1 ABRAMS MSTR GUNNER
To prepare the student to plan and supervise a preliminary gunnery program, integrate use of training devices, supervise decentralized instruction and range management, evaluate unit and individual performance, supervise conduct of organizational maintenance of tank mounted machine guns, turret electronic systems, fire control systems, elevating and traversing systems, stabilization system, supervise the use of special tools and test equipment, and prepare and present instruction on all aspects of turret maintenance and gunnery training. Additionally, the student is trained to present military briefings and will receive instruction on training management and communications systems.

M1/M1A1 TANK CDR CERTIFICA

M1A1 ABRAMS TK TURRET MECH
Service, lubricate, replace, remove, install, adjust, purge, test, and troubleshoot systems, components, and assemblies of the M1/M1A1 vehicular mounted armament; sighting and fire control; turret and commander's weapon station; electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems; use of publications; special tools; forms, test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment; and selected tasks in a nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) environments.

MACHINERY TECHNICIAN 'A'
This course teaches enlisted personnel to perform as junior petty officers at the job entry level in the Machinery Technician rating. Students are taught principles of operation, maintenance and repair of mechanical, auxiliary steam, hydraulic, and pneumatic and electrical machinery and systems. The following topics are covered: hand and machine tools, piping, tubing, hose, manuals, leadership, hydraulics, internal combustion engines, lubrication and cooling systems, fuel handling, governors and fuel systems, diesel engine overhaul, electricity and electrical equipment, auxiliary machinery, refrigeration, clutches, gears and shafting, and boat machinery and equipment, outboard engines, and pumps.

MACHINIST
Basic knowledge and skills of machine shop fundamentals, operation of vertical metal cutting bandsaws, lathes, milling machines, and grinders; care and use of hand tools and measuring tools; maintenance techniques; and inspection of equipment.

MACHINISTS MATE MM4YO A
Provide basic marine engineering knowledge and skilled objectives for apprentice Machinists Mates in the theory and operation of components/systems in the engineroom of a 1200 psi Steam Propulsion Plant in preparation for final shipboard qualification as a Cold Iron Watch, Sounding and Security Watch, and an Engineroom Messenger of the Watch.

MAINT DATA SYS ANALYSIS
Consists of training in statistical methods of data analysis, microcomputer applications, data retrieval techniques, and the operation and maintenance of management information systems. Training will include the use of computer remote terminals, microcomputers, and printers, the procedures for maintaining and correcting data systems, the interpretation and use of reports from management information systems, and the presentation of maintenance data.

MAINT SCHEDULING APR
Training consists of familiarization of aircraft maintenance organizations, concepts, and responsibilities; familiarization of technical orders and Air Force instructions. Automated products and the automated management system will be used to plan and schedule the utilization and maintenance of aircraft through all phases of maintenance. Training includes engine parts tracking and the maintenance of aerospace weapon systems records, using computer remote terminals and associated equipment.

MAINT/FIGHTER ACFT
Instructors, trainers, training aids, and operational equipment that formal schools send to bases or operating locations in support of subject training.

MAINTENANCE MANAGER (SPAN)
Instruction on aircraft maintenance management, allied shops support, aviation supply, aircraft systems such as; electrical, fuel, flight controls, engine, power train, etc. to include systems troubleshooting. Also Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR) and Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULING/ *
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

MAINTENANCE/ARMAMENT *
Instructors, trainers, training aids, and operational equipment that formal schools send to bases or operating locations in support of subject training.

MANAGERS SPECIALTY
Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training

MANAGING ENG LANG TNG (MELT)
This course is designed to provide international personnel in managerial positions in their country with a basic knowledge of all areas involved in administering, managing, and supervising an ELTP. Emphasis is placed primarily on the practical aspects of ELTP management, with a portion of the course dedicated to familiarizing students with the ALC materials.

MANPOWER & QUAL MGT JOURN.
Manpower management techniques and procedures include developing and maintaining manpower standards, use of industrial engineering techniques such as work measurement, queuing analysis, simulation techniques, work load essentiality analysis, production control, data control techniques, military and civilian ratios, correlation and regression analysis, and the use of computer programs. Developing and preparing manpower documents and analyzing Air Force activities for management operations and wartime planning.

MANPOWER MANAGEMENT/ *
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

MANTIRN ACAD/SIM ONLY
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

MAP/CHART/GEOD STAFF OFF
Purpose: The Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy (MC&:G) Staff Officer Course provides an understanding of key organizations, concepts, systems, and procedures involved in the production and use of printed and digital maps, charts and digital information. The course emphasizes areas of interest to the staff officer, the planner, and the supervisors who need to better understand DMA and its products. Target Audiences: DoD personnel in MC&G billets, supervisors whose personnel utilize DMA products, staff officers (especially S/G/J-2s and 3s) and intelligence personnel from all Services, Commands, and DoD Agencies. Topics Include - Fundamentals of MC&G as they impact the staff officer's planning responsibilities, an overview of DMS's products, support and technology, and an introduction to the requirements process. MC&G Fundamentals: - Datums, Grids, and Projections - Product Accuracy - Introduction to Global Positioning Systems (GPS) - Geographic Information Systems (GIS) - Remotely Senmsed Imagery (RSI) - Photogrammetry MC&G Support: - Requirements Process - International Agreements - Crisis Support - DMA MUSE Software - Customer Support Teams DMA Products & Services: - DMA Softcopy Catalog - Distribution - Standard Digital Products - Standard Paper Products

MARINE SAFETY INSPECTION
This course provides entry-level training for marine inspectors in small passenger vessel and barge inspections, international safety management, port state control boardings and tank vessel exams. Topics include basic hull construction and nomenclature, hull inspection and repairs, welding processes, lifesaving systems and equipment, personal lifesaving systems, firefighting equipment, propulsion and auxiliary machinery, electrical systems, stability and subdivision, occupational safety for marine inspectors and an overview of U.S. laws, regulations and international conventions. This course is taught using lectures, in-class and laboratory exercises, and vessel visits which stress hands-on experience. Emphasis is placed on developing the student's ability to properly identify and apply U.S. and international regulations and standards to given port state and flag state inspection situations.

MARINE SAFETY INVESTIGATN
This course is designed to prepare investigating officers to accomplish their duties at a Marine Safety Unit. The course provides E-6 through O-3 with instruction on the applications of laws, regulations and policies related to investigation of marine casualties. Students use scenarios and role play of marine casualties to practice investigative techniques as well as case processing skills.

MARINE SAFETY PO
This course provides technical entry-level skills to junior enlisted and equivalent civilian personnel entering marine safety units and port operations agencies that conduct pollution prevention, pollution response, and port and vessel safety missions. The course includes an overview of the Coast Guard's marine safety programs as well as detailed environmental response programs. The following subjects are covered: using U.S. statutory authority and international treaties to establish jurisdiction and basic vessel design, conducting vessel safety and pollution prevention boardings, monitoring cargo operations, inspecting a waterfront facility, conducting an oil spill response and investigation, applying the Coast Guard's hazardous chemical response policy, determining toxicological properties of commonly shipped chemicals, using respiratory and personal protection, using flammable and toxic vapor detection and measurement equipment, and applying U.S. and IMO hazardous chemical transportation requirements. This course is task oriented; instruction is aimed at enabling personnel to confirm compliance with applicable regulations and record violations. The course is taught using lectures, case studies, demonstrations, and practical exercises.

MARINE SAFETY PORT OPS
This course provides managerial entry-level skills to officers, chief petty officers, and equivalent civilian personnel entering marine safety units that conduct pollution prevention, pollution response, and port and vessel safety missions. This course is divided into two 2-week blocks of instruction--Port Safety and Security and Pollution Response. The Port Safety and Security block covers: U.S. statutory authority and international treaties that establish jurisdiction and regulations on vessel safety and pollution prevention, monitoring cargo transfer operations, applying U.S. and IMO hazardous chemical transportation requirements, and inspecting a waterfront facility. The Pollution Response block covers: U.S. statutory authority for conducting an oil spill response and investigation, applying the Coast Guard's hazardous chemical response policy on respiratory and personal protection, determining toxicological properties of commonly shipped chemicals, using flammable and toxic vapor detection and measurement equipment. . The course is task oriented and deals extensively with management and operations of a marine safety unit. Emphasis is placed on using risk management in assigning personnel and resources. The course is taught using lectures, case studies, demonstrations, and tabletop exercises.

Marshall Center Conference
The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies was established in 1993 as a result of requests from the governments of Central Europe (CE) and the New Independent States (NIS) of the Former Soviet Union for assistance in reestablishing their defense structures. It fosters development of military institutions compatible with democratic processes and civilian control by educating these countries on defense planning procedures and organizations appropriate to democratic societies.

Marshall Center Seminars
The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies was established in 1993 as a result of requests from the governments of Central Europe (CE) and the New Independent States (NIS) of the Former Soviet Union for assistance in reestablishing their defense structures. It fosters development of military institutions compatible with democratic processes and civilian control by educating these countries on defense planning procedures and organizations appropriate to democratic societies.

MATERIALS DEV SUMMER INST.
Provides the internation English Language Specialist (ELS) with the basics of materials development, test-item writing, and desktop publishing.

MATERIEL ACQUISITION MGT
This course provides a broad knowledge of the materiel acquisition function. It covers national policies and objectives that shape the acquisition process and the implementation of these policies and objectives by the U.S. Army. Areas of coverage include acquisition concepts and policies; research, development, test, and evaluation; financial and cost management; integrated logistics support; force modernization; production management; and contract management. This course has been designed for people who are commencing an assignment in research and development, contracting, testing, producing, or fielding a new or modified weapon system. Emphasis is placed on providing mid-level managers with a broad education so they can effectively manage any aspect of the materiel acquisition process.

MC&G OFFICER CRS (MCGOC)
Purpose: Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy Officer Course (MCGOC) trains officers in mapping, charting, and geodesy (MC&G) technical, leadership and managerial skills. Curriculum encompasses both traditional hard-copy mapping concepts and modern digital applications, to include the National Imagery Mapping Agency (NIMA) concept of Global Geospatial Information and Services (GGI&S). The course enables students to provide commanders and staffs timely and accurate MC&G information to aid in the wartime and OOTW decision-making process. Students are exposed to the latest technology available. Graduates possess skills to be a combat multiplier at all levels of DoD while serving as commanders, staff planners, and operations officers. Target Audiences: The Mapping Charting and Geodesy Officer Course (MCGOC) has changed from 7 to 2 weeks effective FY 99. The new target audience is U.S. Army and Marine Corps junior officers (2LT - CPT), senior NCOs (SSG and above) that are either assigned to or working with topographic production platoons, companies, and battalions. Topics Include: The revised course consists of two parts. Part 1 focuses on Joint and Service specific topographic doctrine, Geospatial Information and Services (GI&S) fundamentals (formerly MC&G), and software exploitation applications. Part 2 of the course is focused on managing the functions of Army and Marine Corps topographic support: survey, terrain analysis, and map reproduction operations.

MECH SYS ELECT/CNTLS T/S
Electrical troubleshooting to include circuit configuration and interpreting schematic drawings and (or) diagrams. Also training on hardware-oriented electric, electronic, and pneumatic controls to include controllers, self-contained stats, sensors, adapters, controlled devices, and electrical components and (or) accessories.

MED LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT
Principles and techniques used in the management of logistical functions in Army hospitals and TOE medical units. Procurement, stock control, property book management, storage and quality control procedures as relate to Class VIII supplies. Mobilization programs and medical assemblages. Combat service support organizations as pertain to Class VIII support in a theater of operations (TOPNS). NOTE: Course includes 1-week of instruction for the Contracting Officer Representative (COR).

MED OFF UNDERSEA INTL
To provide specialized training to physician (NOBC 0090) who will provide medical services to all underwater activities of the Navy.

Media Relations/Public Affairs
To provide basic skills as Public Affairs Officers to Jr Naval Officers

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
This course teaches tasks to military medical assistants.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OFFICER

MEDICAL OBSERVER
Provides over the shoulder/hands-on training. This training is scheduled after the student has completed the basic course of instruction. Training is normally two weeks in duration.

MEDICAL SPECIALIST
Provides basic foundation in casualty assessment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, control of bleeding, immobilization of orthopedic injuries, anatomy and physiology, invasive skills, administration of immunizations, drawing blood samples, initiating intravenous therapy, fundamental nursing care, medical care in a field setting and under nuclear, biological, and chemical contamination conditions. Other medical emergency situations are addressed and the National Registry Exam for Emergency Medical Technician certification is taken during the course. Performs emergency medical treatment and routine patient care duties in military hospitals, field units, dispensaries, clinics and other medical treatment facilities.

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (BASIC)
Provides basic foundation in casualty assessment, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, control of bleeding, immobilization of orthopedic injuries, anatomy and physiology, invasive skills, administration of immunizations, drawing blood samples, initiating intravenous therapy, fundamental nursing care, medical care in a field setting and under nuclear, biological, and chemical contamination conditions. Other medical emergency situations are addressed and the National Registry Exam for Emergency Medical Technician certification is taken during the course. Performs emergency medical treatment and routine patient care duties in military hospitals, field units, dispensaries, clinics and other medical treatment facilities.

MEDICAL SUPPLY NCO-BNCOC
Provide selected AMEDD enlisted personnel with the skills and knowledge required to perform duties as appropriate to the rank of SSG within the AMEDD.

MEDICAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST
Provide a working knowledge of automated/manual supply systems to facilitate requisitioning, receipts, inventory management, storage, issue, salvage, quality control, property management, and packing/shipping of medical supplies and equipment.

MENTAL HEALTH SPEC (MHS)
Didactic study to provide skills and working knowledge to assist in the care and treatment of psychiatric in-patients, to include basic patient management, clerical and security duties. Identification of medications to include listing and reporting side affects. Observation, assessment report and recording psychiatric patient behavior. Assisting in therapy and evaluation of patients. Assisting in the physical and psychological nursing needs of psychiatric patients.

MEOC TUITION
Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes only.

MESS MGMT SPEC CLASS A

MET - JOINT CONUS PLANNING

MET ACQUISITION PHASE III
Phase III is accomplished via MET or in CONUS. Topics included in the series cover all aspects of systems life-cycle management, including Program Management, Financial Management, Contracting, Logistics, Test & Evaluation, Systems Engineering, and Production & Quality Assurance. This curriculum provides a full range of courses to support the career goals and professional development of a country's acquisition workforce. Each course provides students with an understanding of the theory and skills required to perform effectively in their chosen career field. Designed for personnel involved in any aspect of the system acquisition process, each course if open to students from every career field.

MET CIV-MIL REL PRE-SURVEY
A pre-course site visit conducted by a member of the CCMR in order to discuss and develop country-specific issues that will be dealt with in the CCMR MET curriculum.

MET CIV-MILITARY RELATIONS
After completion of the Introductory Executive Program, a country may request any amount of follow-on education from the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) under this MASL item number. Follow-on education may involve repeat presentations of the introductory seminar (without repeating phases I and II) or specialized training programs focusing on any military-related legal subjects. Examples of such specialized programs include: Domestic Military Operations Interoperability and Status of Forces Agreements, Advanced Law of the Sea, and united Nations Peace Operations. [Note: DIILS faculty members also present some specialized programs which have been assigned separate MASL numbers, including: Quality Force Management (MASL P309059), and Disciplined Military Operations Trainers Course (MASL P309054).

MET COMM/EDUC/MGMT

MET DIILS ASSESS OF ISSUES
The Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) provides tailored education programs for foreign countries in military law, criminal justice systems, the rule of law, and the relationship of law to disciplined military operations. Phase I consists of a visit to the host country, for about five days, by a team composed of two or three faculty members from DIILS. This team will explore the issues and concerns facing the country in the administration and operation of its military forces. The DIILS team will visit members of the military, civilian government, and non-governmental organizations. The purposes are to learn about the country's institutions and experiences so that the introductory curriculum will be timely and relevant, and to acquaint all parties with the education process and its goals. The information gathered during this phase will serve as a foundation for the development of all subsequent education programs offered by DIILS.

MET DIILS CONTINUING EDUC
After completion of the Introductory Executive Program, a country may request any amount of follow-on education from the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS) under this MASL item number. Follow-on education may involve repeat presentations of the introductory seminar (without repeating phases I and II) or specialized training programs focusing on any military-related legal subjects. Examples of such specialized programs include: Domestic Military Operations Interoperability and Status of Forces Agreements, Advanced Law of the Sea, and united Nations Peace Operations. [Note: DIILS faculty members also present some specialized programs which have been assigned separate MASL numbers, including: Quality Force Management (MASL P309059), and Disciplined Military Operations Trainers Course (MASL P309054).

MET DIILS INITIAL SEMINAR
Phase III is an executive program conducted (typically for the first time) in the host country by a military education team comprised of faculty members from the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DIILS). It is designed for a mixed group of senior military officers, civilian officials (including judges), legislators and staff, and leaders of non-governmental organizations. The curriculum is tailored to best meet the needs of the host country. A typical program will, nevertheless, include as subjects: the role of the military in a democracy, the law of war, rules of engagement, international legal constraints on military operations, internationally recognized human rights as a constraint on military operations, military justice, and civilian criminal justice systems. Phase III employs lectures by DIILS faculty, discussion groups, and case studies.

MET HEALTH RM/NS SURVEY
Phase I is accomplished through data gathered from on-site observations, structured interviews and focus groups conducted by the IHRM team of military and civilian subject matter experts over a five day period. The usual target populations are those senior decision makers among the military medical administration and health care providers, government and private sector health care leaders, and non-governmental organizational officials. The IHRM team members will acquaint all parties with the process and goals of the program as well as work with the country's point of contact to identify the curriculum goals and participating organizations for Phase III and the delegates for Phase II.

MET HUMAN RIGHTS TRAINER
Instructs host country rights instructors in how to develop a curriculum for Human Rights and Justice Systems and how to implement this training in their country. The end product of this course is the framework necessary to produce a curriculum that will be used in the host country by the host country trainers. This course is conducted in two segments, each one a week long. The first week concentrates on substantive subject matter such as rule of law, military justice, human rights and government/press relations. This is to ensure a uniform base of knowledge for all potential instructors. The second week then devotes time to methods of instruction and curriculum development. The student leaves with a well-rounded background in the material, specific modules of instruction, and the methods and skills to present the topics to his/her own military forces.

MET IHRM CONT EDU SEM

MET IHRM PH III (S A D)
During Phase III, 30-35 senior military and civilian government and private sector leaders in the host country are guided through a five day process to develop a practical strategic action plan addressing the identified topic. At the completion of Phase III, the participants will have: Identified the constraints and assets relative to health system improvements; Discussed their country's health care needs and market dynamics; Specified the resource management techniques appropriate for their country; Developed a strategic action plan for health care infrastructure improvements; Determined responsibilities for further collaboration; and Committed to a time line for financing and pursuing the proposed system changes.

MET IHRM PH IV

MET IHRM PH V

MET MIL OPS OTHER THAN WAR
Provides mobile education team to train foreign personnel, in their own country, on all aspects of Military Operations Other Than War, Peace Operations, and closely related subjects such as Humanitarian Assistance. The program of instruction is similar to that offered by the resident course and includes logistics, training, command and control, legal considerations, interagency organizations and coordination, multinational organizations, public affairs, non-governmental/private volunteer organizations, health services support, civil engineering support, mediation and negotiation considerations, case studies, and lessons learned. Course is taught at the strategic and operational level.

MET PHI ACQUISITION TRNG
Phase I for Acquisition Management Series courses is accomplished through data gathered from on-site observations, structured interviews and focus groups conducted by Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and Naval Center for Acquisition Training (NCAT) team members over a three to five day period. Target populations are senior managers in the various functional areas and working professionals in the specific technical disciplines of the course to be developed. NPS/NCAT team members will acquaint all parties with the process and goals of the program as well as work with the country's point of contact to identify curriculum goals and learning objectives.

MET PHII ACQUISITION TRNG
Phase II for all Acquisition Management Series course is the curriculum development phase and builds on the information gathered in Phase I. Using the country's requirements and the latest instructional design techniques, a course curriculum is designed which will meet desired learning outcomes. Phase II is accomplished via MET or in CONUS. In either case, the tailored curriculum will be presented to the participating country's delegation for approval and any necessary modifications will be implemented. If desired, Phase II includes delivery of a pilot course. CONUS program design includes a visit by the participating country to a location in the United States which is best suited to course content development.

MET REGIONAL CIV-MIL RELS
This program provides (on a regional basis) an intensive five-day course on civil-military relations. Designed for a mixed group of senior military officers, civilian officials, legislators, and non-government personnel, the course is tailored to address country specific civil-military relations issues, needs, and circumstances. The curriculum features a strong problem solving focus designed to help participants analyze and resolve civil-military conflicts, build mechanisms strengthening civilian control, and deal with the many underlying sources of civil military conflict common to democracies.

MET REGIONAL MIL-JUSTICE
Provides expertise in Military Law, Justice Systems, the Rule of Law, and numerous related topics, with an emphasis on the execution of Disciplined Military Operations. Program content is determined in close coordination with the host country on a regional basis. The program and all written materials are provided in the language requested, with classroom presentations being conducted through simultaneous translators. DIILS PAMPHLET, PAGE 1, PARA 1 and 5.

METAL WORKER
To perform oxyacetylene, electric arc, metal inert gas and tungsten inert gas welding. Introduction to trailer mounted welding shop set, welding safety, air arc cutting and gouging, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), DC tungsten inert gas welding. Radiator, fuel tank and metal body repair, glassworking, maintenance technique inspections and common maintenance tasks.

METROLOGY ENGR TRNG
Metrology engineer training for the E2C aircraft.

MEXICO AVIATION SAFETY MGT
Designed to provide commanders, operations officers, aviation maintenance managers, safety officers and other key aviation unit leaders and managers the necessary skills, knowledge and expertise required to establish, manage, and execute critical aviation safety programs.

MEXICO MAINT MANAGER
Instruction on aircraft maintenance management, allied shops support, aviation supply, aircraft systems such as; electrical, fuel, flight controls, engine, powertrain, etc. to include systems troubleshooting. Also Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR) and Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.

MICRO ELECT REPAIR
To provide qualified maintenance personnel with sufficient knowledge and skills to: perform microminiature electronics repair to multilayer and flexible printed wiring boards, remove welded lead components, illuminated plastic panel repair, remove and install surface mounted components, and perform station maintenance, utilizing a microminiature repair station without supervision, for certification as a microminiature technician in the 2M program.

MIL FREE FALL JUMPMASTER
Military free fall jumpmaster duties and responsibilities; altimeters; automatic ripcord release devices; canopy control; emergency procedures; oxygen review and procedures; wind drift calculations; techniques of spotting; packing; rigging; and supervision of rigging of individual main parachutes. Jumpmaster practical exercises will be conducted both day and night.

MIL FREE FALL PARACHUTIST
Military free-fall parachute ground training; physiological training, body stabilization (vertical wind tunnel), basic aircraft procedures, combat equipment (rucksack and weapon), advanced aircraft procedures to include individual exits with combat equipment, mass exits, grouping exercises, night airborne operations, and life-support equipment; and procedures with high-altitude airborne operations. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform both night and day combat equipment high-altitude military free-fall operations.

MIL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER
The curriculum provides a working knowledge of: The employment of the tactical intelligence cycle to include intelligence collection, management and dissemination; intelligence preparation of the battlefield; use of tactical counterintelligence; security of intelligence information and operations; electronic warfare; threat analysis; psychological operations; employee management; and internal defense and development.

MIL LAW DEV PROG - INTL

MIL OPS OTHER THAN WAR
To provide a working knowledge of the concepts, terms, planning considerations and command and control structures used in planning for and conducting peace operations. Focus is on peace operations and covers existing and emerging joint/service doctrine. Includes lessons on the United Nations, NATO, Department of State, non-government organizations (NGO) and private volunteer organizations (PVO), U.S. policy regarding peace operations, national/international law, rules of engagement, intelligence in peace operations, public information, civil/military operations, PSYOP, mediation and negotiation and combat service support. Students will present three case studies as well as participate in a peace operations planning practical exercise. Instruction includes: MOOTW concepts; organization for joint, combined, and coalition operations; UN organization/role in peace operations; U.S. role in UN peace operations; NATO organization/operations today; NATO in peace operations; Department of State in peace operations; national/international directives, law of war, rules of engagement; NGO; PVO; introduction to peace operations; introduction to peacekeeping; introduction to peace enforcement; intelligence considerations in peace operations; public information management; civil military affairs; PSYOP in peace operations; mediation and negotiation; combat service support to peace operations; training for peace operations. The course culminates with case studies, practical applications, and a practical application debrief.

MIL POLICE OFF ADV
The training will be battle focused and will stress technical, tactical, and leadership skills; military ethics; and customs and traditions of the service -- those values and principles which will enhance the officer's professional development. All training will be conducted in the five-phase leadership excellence scenero: prepare for war, deployment, fight to win/sustainment, stabilization/low intensity conflict, and redeployment/return to readiness. Additionally, the instruction will address the four basic military police missions: battlefield circulation control, area security, enemy prisoner of war, and law and order. Provides an overview of the components of the Military Police Corps and equip the BC 31 officer with the knowledge necessary to function effectively in both peacetime and wartime.

Military Academy
Educate officer corps.

MILITARY ACCOUNTING
To provide a general knowledge of Army financial management accounting systems and a working knowledge of the principles, rules, procedures, and reporting of the appropriations for Operation and Maintenance Army (OMA), family housing, and defense business operations fund appropriations. The course includes operating procedures for standard general ledger, the Standard Finance System (STANFINS), and the Standard Army Financial Inventory Accounting and Reporting System (STARFIARS).

MILITARY AIRSPACE MGT
Provides selected DoD personnel with the ability to identify, define, develop, negotiate, and process airspace and air traffic control service requirements essential to national defense flight operations in the peacetime US airspace system. Includes understanding effects on DoD flight operations of the National Airspace System and Federal Aviation Administration structure and responsibilities; categories of special military use airspace; airspace and air traffic services for mission requirements; National Environmental Policy Act applications to flight operations; planning for future mission requirements; and basics of exercise airspace development and processing. Fundamental international airspace procedures, primarily relating to US offshore airspace, are covered. Two class exercises, Design of Military Operations Area and Military Training Route, are included. This is an advanced flight operations course designed primarily for the rated air operations officer.

MILITARY F/F PARACHUTIST
Military free-fall parachute ground training; physiological training, body stabilization (vertical wind tunnel), basic aircraft procedures, combat equipment (rucksack and weapon), advanced aircraft procedures to include individual exits with combat equipment, mass exits, grouping exercises, night airborne operations, and life-support equipment; and procedures with high-altitude airborne operations. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform both night and day combat equipment high-altitude military free-fall operations.

MILITARY POLICE ANCOC

MILITARY POLICE CPT CAREER
The training will be battle focused and will stress technical, tactical, and leadership skills; military ethics; and customs and traditions of the service -- those values and principles which will enhance the officer's professional development. All training will be conducted in the five-phase leadership excellence scenero: prepare for war, deployment, fight to win/sustainment, stabilization/low intensity conflict, and redeployment/return to readiness. Additionally, the instruction will address the four basic military police missions: battlefield circulation control, area security, enemy prisoner of war, and law and order. Provides an overview of the components of the Military Police Corps and equip the BC 31 officer with the knowledge necessary to function effectively in both peacetime and wartime.

MILITARY POLICE INVESTIG
Criminal law, crime scene processing, testimonial evidence, investigation of crimes against persons and property, physical evidence, drug investigations, investigative reports, special investigative techniques, and protective services.

MILITARY POLICE INVESTIGA
Criminal law, crime scene processing, testimonial evidence, investigation of crimes against persons and property, physical evidence, drug investigations, investigative reports, special investigative techniques, and protective services.

MILITARY POLICE OFF BASIC
Build upon and reinforce the common tasks/skills trained during precommissioning service, train a platoon, maintain the material readiness of a platoon, lead an MP platoon in the accomplishment of its combat mission, and train the lieutenant to supervise the garrison unit to ensure that maximum community law enforcement is rendered to the soldier and his family.

MILITARY TNG INSTRUCTOR
Provides professional training expertise on matters unique to the US Air Force basic training environment for selected male and female personnel to perform as military training instructors. Graduates are awarded special duty identifier (SDI) 8B000, are Air Education and Training Command (AETC) assigned, and perform duties only at Lackland AFB TX with the 737 Basic Military Training Group. The course provides pre-service training required to give students the knowledge and skills relevant to perform duty in the basic training MTI field. The course is the only formal course of instruction by which personnel from active, reserve, and guard components of the Air Force may become MTIs. Training includes fundamentals of teaching and job-oriented practice teaching of military training activities. Subjects include MTI qualities, instructional methodology, counseling techniques, first aid, drill, flight administration, dormitory arrangement, and physical conditioning.

MIN ELECTRONICS REPAIR
PURPOSE: To provide qualified maintenance personnel with sufficient knowledge and skills to: perform miniature electronics repair to single-sided and double-sided Printed Wiring Boards (PWB), up to and including the removal and replacement of multilead devices; repair PCB laminate damage ; repair conductor damage including fabrication of replacement conductors; remove and apply conformal coating; install wires on common types of terminals and solderable connectors; perform station maintenance, utilizing a miniature repair station without supervision for initial certification in the 2M program.

MINE COUNTER MEAS OFF INTL
This course is designed for the Junior International Officer who requires a supervisor's technical and operational knowledge of streaming, recovery procedures and safety practices for surface mine countermeasures. Upon completion the officer will be able to function as deck or rigging safety officer onboard a surface mine countermeasures vessel.

MINE WARFARE ORIEN INTL
To train International Officers of the rank O1 through O5 in the concepts of Mine Warfare.

MINI ELECT REPAIR
To provide qualified maintenance personnel with sufficient knowledge and skills to: perform miniature electronics repair to single-sided and double-sided Printed Wiring Boards (PWB), up to and including the removal and replacement of multilead devices; repair PCB laminate damage; repair conductor damage including fabrication of replacement conductors; remove and apply conformal coating; install wires on common types of terminals and solderable connectors; perform station maintenance, utilizing a miniature repair station without supervision for initial certification in

MISL FLT ANL SM-1 SEMINAR
To provide training on the theory and operation of the Standard Missile Mod 1 (SM-1) and the practical use of associated telemetry data.

MK23 GYROCOMPASS MT
To provide Interior Communications Electricians, in paygrades E3 through E7, with the knowledge and skills required to operate, troubleshoot, and repair to the subassembly or component level, shipboard MK 23 Gyrocompass Systems. Planned maintenance (PMS) actions will be performed in accordance with applicable OPNAV and NAVSEA directives, and corrective maintenance will be performed in accordance with NAVSEA equipment technical manuals. The job skills acquired will be performed with limited supervision, for all conditions of ship readiness, in port or underway.

MLB COXSWAIN BASIC
This course is designed for experienced personnel who will focus on underway heavy weather operations of the Coast Guard 47-foot motor lifeboat in breaking surf conditions. The course provides students with the skills necessary to perform risk assessment, perform basic engineering casualty control procedures; operate installed electronics; and perform towing, rescue and assistance, piloting and surf operations on the 47-foot MLB in sea conditions not to exceed 6 feet.

MM STEAM PROP MAINT SUPV
The Machinist's Mate Steam Propulsion Maintenance Supervisor Course is designed to train E4 through E9 Machinist's Mates to perform organizational level preventive and corrective maintenance on steam propulsion machinery systems/components and supporting auxiliary systems/components. Particular emphasis is placed on developing the maintenance behaviors and skills necessary to analyze system/component malfunctions and failures and to accomplish/supervise the preventive or corrective maintenance required. In addition to actual maintenance procedures, the training addresses the use of applicable technical reference material, maintenance tools and their usage and submission of maintenance documentation. Practical maintenance skills are developed or reinforced on representative propulsion system components currently installed in the fleet.

MND Exchange Program
Introduction to the Army Corps of Engineers, Far East District (FED) and how FED manages design and construction projects.

MOBILIZATION/DEPLOYMENT PL
Addresses the mobilization and deployment process at various levels of command within the Army. Focus of the course is on the legal authorities, concepts, plans, policies, procedures, and responsibilities for mobilization and deployment at DOD, HQDA, MACOM, CONUSA/STARC/MUSARC, and installation levels. How mobilization and deployment planning interfaces at various Army command levels, and the dependency of mobilization and deployment on automated systems are emphasized.

MOUNTAIN SURVIVAL COURSE
Provides training to personnel with an aviation/ground combat MOS to survive in a mountainous environment as individuals or as a group. A classroom/academic setting and actual mountainous terrain are used to teach and practice expedient fires, expedient shelters, signaling devices, food and water procurement, primitive tool and weapons construction, navigation, and other survival techniques. Great emphasis is placed on mental attitude as a key to survival. Students are placed in a high-stress situation and survive together in groups and individually. Comprehension of the psychological impact of group and individual survival and the strengths and weaknesses associated with each are key class goals.

MP BNCOC
The training will stress technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat service support. General military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Squad Leader in support of the AirLand Battle. Instruction includes USASMA common leader training, combined arms tactics and Military Police missions to include new equipment training.

MTT - MAINTENANCE - PWC

MTT - QUALITY TRAINING
Mobile Training Team for the purpose of Quality Assurance Training for the Egyptian Air Force.

MTT BOARDING OFF CN EIMET
This five day course consists of three days of classroom instruction with two days of practical training and exercises. The course is tailored to the country's specific needs and previous training experience. Classroom subjects include international law, boarding preparation and procedures, use of force, detection of hidden compartments, narcotics identification, and officer interpersonal communication. Practical training includes high-risk search techniques, arrest procedures, and drug identification lab. Practical exercises are designed to reinforce classroom instruction by giving each student an opportunity to apply classroom theory in simulated boarding situations. Class Size: Maximum: 24 students Minimum: 16 students Materials: To be provided by the host country: • Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing • Moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) near the training site • Slide projector, Flip Chart easel • TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format) • Chalk board or Magna-Slick board • Gymnasium or covered area suitable for arrest procedures, preferably with gym mats • Small quantity of narcotic substance (i.e., marijuana, cocaine, heroine. Preferably the narcotic most likely to be found during a smuggling interdiction operation) for testing during labs • Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates.

MTT BRDG OFFR/FISH EIMET
This five day course is designed to instruct students on proper techniques for effectively enforcing fisheries laws. The course is tailored to specific needs and previous training experience. Classroom subjects include officer interpersonal communication, international law, boarding preparation and boarding procedures, use of force, fishing vessel identification, and inspection of fishing equipment. Practical training includes arrest procedures and boarding exercises. Practical exercises are designed to reinforce classroom instruction by giving each student an opportunity to apply classroom theory in simulated fisheries boarding situations. Class Size: Maximum: 24 students Minimum: 16 students, Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following: • Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing • Moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) at the site (fishing vessel preferably) • Slide projector, Flip Chart easel • TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format) • Chalk board or Magna-Slick board • Gymnasium or covered area suitable for arrest procedures, preferably with gym mats • Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MTT CG DEVELOP/NEED ASSESS
The team can assist a country in achieving national maritime goals in non-defense areas within the U.S. Coast Guard's area of expertise. The team composition and length of deployment will be based on input from the host nation and U.S. Embassy officials. Should the host nation have a mission or issue that is covered by multiple U.S. agencies, which includes the U.S.C.G, the team leader will assist in acquisition of personnel from other U.S. agencies. The team will initiate a four phase process: 1) Review and refine the request/goals/issues that stimulated the assessment. 2) Examine the mission process including, but not limited to, site surveys, interviews with subject matter experts and program managers. 3) Develop an action plan to implement the recommended interventions. 4) Follow up deployments to facilitate & measure effectiveness of recommended interventions. In the case of training plan development, phase four will be accomplished by training teams. The scope of the request will impact the number of deployments required to complete phases one through four. A minimum of two team deployments are required for effective implementation of this module. Areas addressed by previous assessment teams have been: evaluation of maritime law enforcement programs, development of model ports relative to narcotics intervention, creation of an implementation plan for a multi-mission, multi-agency maritime service management model, and development of training plans for multi-agency marine safety and maritime law enforcement programs.

MTT CG TRNG SURV-EIMET
The training survey determines the Perspective country's needs and requirements for the MTT which will follow.

MTT CG TRNG SURV-NON-EIMET
The pre-training survey determines the respective country's needs and requirements for the MTT which will follow.

MTT COMERC CTRL,INFRAS DEV
This program assists nations in developing Maritime Commerce Control programs through the integration of the Waterways Management Strategy (WMS) Concept. This program is long term in nature with Coast Guard advisors/trainers providing an in-country continuous presence until the organization is established and self-sufficient. The instructors provide the full spectrum of courses to develop the infrastructure necessary to enforce the maritime laws and regulations desired by the host nation. The development process begins by first assessing the state of the host nation's maritime program, resources and the organization designated as the lead for this responsibility. After which, a joint training plan will be developed to meet the host nation's program goals. Ultimately, in-country teams assist the host organization carry out the developed training plan to the point of established self-sufficiency. Class Size: Determined by program goals. Materials: Required materials will be determined during assessment phase of this program.

MTT CURR INFUS PROG EIMET
This course is designed for those nations setting up their own Boarding Officer School at an established training center or academy. Two instructors conduct an intensive curriculum review and assist the trainers in the establishment of a syllabus, honing instructional skills, setting and scheduling the course. Instructors will provide the latest information on MLE, training aids, and instructional expertise working with the dedicated trainers to improve the established program. Class Size: Maximum: 8 students Minimum: 3 students, Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following: • Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing, • Moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) at the site • Slide projector • TV/VCR (NSTC or multi-system format) • Chalk board or Magna-Slick board • Gymnasium or covered area suitable for defensive tactics, preferably with gym mats • Any previously written course curriculum • Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MTT DRMI - CONUS

MTT DRMI - OVERSEAS
The Defense Resources Management Course is taught by mobile education teams from the Defense Resources Management Institute (DRMI) in Monterey, California. The primary focus is on resources management and analytical decision making. The curriculum is tailored to meet the specific needs of the host nation and is drawn from the three courses taught at DRMI.

MTT DRMI - OVERSEAS (96 Funds)
The Defense Resources Management Course is taught by mobile education teams from the Defense Resources Management Institute (DRMI) in Monterey, California. The primary focus is on resources management and analytical decision making. The curriculum is tailored to meet the specific needs of the host nation and is drawn from the three courses taught at DRMI.

MTT ENG/LOG ADMIN TRNG CG8
This course assists countries in developing an engineering and logistics support system necessary for vessels and support facilities conducting Coast Guard like missions. Basic training is provided in safety, preventative maintenance systems (3M type), engineering logs, records, budgeting and finance. Class size: Maximum:32 students Minimum: 12 students Material: Partner nation will need to provide the following: • Slide projector • Overhead projector • Classroom large enough for number of students (preferably climate controlled) with tables and chairs.

MTT HAGAN TRNG SVY - CONTR
Contractor Training Survey for Hagan training for Mexico.

MTT HULL MT&DMG CONT CG14
This course teaches basic preventative maintenance and repair for fiberglass, aluminum and steel hulled vessels. Course will be tailored to host nation's vessel types. Class Size: Maximum: 20 students Minimum: 12 students Materials: Materials will need to be purchased in country prior to training team's arrival. Lists of materials will be developed by International Training Division with sufficient lead time to make procurements.

MTT INSTRUCTOR - CNET
This course of instruction is provided as a Mobile Training Team by the Maritime Law Institute to further the Maltese understanding of and commitment to International standards pertaining to Maritime Activities.

MTT INTERDICTION PLANNING
This four day course is designed for officers and/or senior enlisted with the responsibility for planning and implementing multi-unit law enforcement interdiction operations, i.e. vessel commanding officers and operations center personnel. The course curriculum includes operations center organization, patrol planning, development of an interdiction plan, and stress and crisis management. The course is approximately 70% practical exercise including the development of an operations plan and the implementation of that plan during two intense tabletop exercises. Class Size: Maximum: 16 students Minimum: 12 students Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following: • 2 classrooms with desks and chairs for instructing, • Chalk board or Magna-Slick board • 3 navigational charts (coastal approach charts of local area) • Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MTT INTL PART/MARITIME EXC
The objective of this program is to partner with a country in achieving national maritime goals or in the development of a maritime organization with missions, responsibilities and/or organizational structure similar to the U.S. Coast Guard. The intended audience is senior-level civilian or military personnel in positions of authority that have decision making responsibility. This program may be recommended by U.S. personnel or requested by the host nation as a key component in a sequence of events that includes Coast Guard Assessments and/or Mobile Education and Training Teams. Specific objectives must be co-developed with the host nation, U.S. government representative (SAO, DAO, etc.), and Coast Guard International Affairs (G-CI) project officer. The itinerary may include briefings and visits to Coast Guard Headquarters, training commands, shore commands, air stations, vessels, and other units as well as other appropriate U.S. agencies. Subject areas that may be included in the program include enforcement of laws and treaties (counter-narcotics, fisheries, smuggling, alien interdiction); search and rescue; marine environmental response and protection; safety and security of marine transportation, ports, waterways and shore facilities; contingency and response planning; legal authority and jurisdiction; resource management to include budget formulation and workforce planning, training and retention; and national defense preparedness. Informational Program activities will be included in the overall program based on the itinerary.

MTT M/MARITIME SVC PH I
The preliminary phase of the Model Maritime Service Code (MMSC) program consists of a visit to the participating country, for about five days, by a team composed (typically) of an experienced Coast Guard attorney and one or two mission area specialists. The MMSC team will make an assessment of the issues and challenges facing the nation as it employs, or undertakes to employ, forces to manage its maritime affairs. The goal is for the MMSC team to learn about existing domestic laws, institutions, legislative and regulatory processes, and major maritime activities within the nation so that subsequent assistance provided under the MMSC program is tailored to the nation's needs. To perform the assessment, MMSC team members will meet with a variety of government officials and with representatives of relevant, non-governmental organizations. Team members will also brief interested persons on the availability and potential uses of the U.S. Coast Guard's Model Maritime Service Code.

MTT M/MARITIME SVC PH II
Phase 2 is conducted in the United States, and does not directly involve a mobile education team. A delegation of about five members from the participating country will instead travel to the United States to visit Coast Guard activities and maritime organizations. During a five-day period the delegation will receive a variety of briefings on how maritime affairs are managed within the United States. The delegation will also review and help refine the plan for upcoming Phase 3 assistance that is being developed based on information gathered during Phase 1. The desired outcome of Phase 2 is that the delegation will leave the United States with a concrete plan for a maritime legislative/regulatory initiative. Phase 2 programs may be held in various locations throughout the United States. The specific location(s) is(are) determined primarily by the participating country's identified maritime needs.

MTT M/MARITIME SVC PH III
Phase 3 is an executive seminar conducted in the host country by a military education team comprised (typically) of two or more experienced Coast Guard attorneys and one or more mission area specialists. The seminar will focus on specific legislative, regulatory, and institutional proposals for addressing the country's maritime needs, as identified in the previous two phases. [The U.S. Coast Guard expects that, during the interval between phases 2 and 3, the host nation will have prepared such proposals and introduced them into the country's legislative or rule-making processes.] The seminar is designed for senior government officials from the legislative and executive institutions (military and civilian) that are responsible for developing and implementing the policy proposals under consideration. The MMSC team will facilitate analysis of the proposals, and share the experience of the U.S. Coast Guard in matters similar to those that the country's own proposals seek to address. The desired outcome of the seminar is a refinement of the county's maritime policy initiative so that it is ready, in substance, for decision by the country's law-making institution(s).

MTT M/MARITIME SVC PH IV
After completion of Phase 3, a country may request further assistance from U.S. Coast Guard military education teams in implementing or revising maritime legislation. Such assistance will be tailored to the country's needs as identified during the MMSC program, and as reflected in the country's new (or existing) maritime laws.

MTT MAR ENVIRON SECUR SEM
The first phase of this offering is in seminar format and is designed for Mid-Managers and Senior Managers. Phase One is a overview of the U.S. Coast Guard's Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Program. An assessment of the host nation's program is also conducted. The assessment is used to determine the host nation's specific training needs, as well as the best audience or agency to receive the training. A specific training program is then designed and delivered at a later date, or over a series of dates. During subsequent phases, a U.S. Coast Guard Training Team returns and delivers the customized program to the target audience. Covered topics include the following: - Waterfront Facility Designations and Inspections - Freight Vessel/Tank Vessel Navigation Safety and Pollution Prevention Examinations - Maritime Pollution Laws (MARPOL Annexes I through V) - Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Conventions - International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG) - International Hazard Classes - Cargo Stowage and Segregation - Freight Container Inspections - Maritime Occupational Safety and Health - Spill Containment/Recovery Devices and Techniques - Shoreline Cleanup Techniques and Damage Assessment - Contingency Planning - Incident Command System (ICS) Seminar Size: Maximum: 12 persons Minimum: 6 persons Class Size: Maximum: 24 students Minimum: 12 students Materials: Host nation will need to provide the following: • A large, well lighted classroom - Audio/Visual equipment to include white board, slide and overhead projector, VCR (NTSC) - Administrative support - Access to a commercial port facility (for a practical exercise) - Access to a commercial freight and tank vessel (for practical exercises) An empty 6 or 12 meter inter-modal freight container

MTT MARINE CORPS
Provides mobile training assistance to train foreign personnel, normally in their own country, to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a country's capability.

MTT MLE ADV BOARD OFF EI
In addition to the material presented in the Boarding Officer Course (P319100), this course includes extensive instruction and practical exercises in defensive tactics, arrest procedures, additional boarding exercises, additional hidden compartment and smuggling detection exercises, crime scene management, use of deadly force judgmental exercises, and hazardous situations awareness training. The course is designed to provide host nations boarding team members with classroom instruction and numerous practical exercises in order to confidently conduct normal to high risk boardings. Class Size: Maximum: 24 students Minimum: 16 students Materials: To be provided by the host country: Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing Two Moored, unoccupied vessels (20-40 meters) near the training site Slide projector, Flip Chart easel TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format) Chalk board or Magna-Slick board Gymnasium or covered area suitable for defensive tactics, preferably with gym mats Small quantity of narcotic substance (i.e., marijuana, cocaine, heroine. Preferably the narcotic most likely to be found during a smuggling interdiction operation) for testing during labs. Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MTT MLE TRAINER EIMET
This five day course is designed to instruct students on how to effectively train others in maritime law as Boarding Officers or Boarding Team Members. Students in this course are taught techniques in student management, presentation skills, developing visual aids, developing boarding scenarios, and theories of feedback and adult learning. The course is fast-paced and is instructed in a workshop format. Each student will be required to present two blocks of instruction. Class Size: Maximum: 12 students Minimum: 6 students, Materials The host nation will need to provide the following: • Classroom with desks and chairs for instructing • Office for reviewing video recorded presentations with students • Chalk board or Magna-Slick board • TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format) • Flip-chart easel • Moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) at the site • Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MTT NAVPGSCOL

MTT OPS TRA PRGM DEV CG12
This course assists in the development of a host nation's small boat training program utilizing the host nation's assets. It is based on the Coast Guard's boat crew training program, and establishes job oriented skill requirements for boat crew personnel. These requirements are based on the practical applications of various maritime skills necessary for safe and effective small boat operations. Class Size: Maximum: 12 students and four boats. Minimum: 06 students and two boats. Materials: Same as P319105, Small Boat Operations Mobile Training Team.

MTT OTHER - USCG CONUS
This course number should be used when desired training is not specifically listed elsewhere in this Handbook. Training can be developed based on specific objectives as coordinated between the requestor and the USCG.

MTT OTHER - USCG O/S
Detailed requests for mobile training teams which do not have a specific MASL number assigned should include all available data on the organization, equipment and areas of interest of the respective agency/service. Class Size: Varies Materials: Will be determined based on training requested.

MTT OUTBOARD MTR MAINT CG9
This course teaches basic preventative maintenance and advanced troubleshooting techniques for outboard boat motors. Students will receive classroom instruction as well as practical experience on the host country's outboard motors. This course is designed for Outboard Motor Corporation (OMC) outboard motors. However, it can be modified to include other engine manufacturers. Class Size: Maximum: 20 students Minimum: 12 students

MTT PORT SEC/VUL ASM
This course is designed for Mid-level Managers. The course content is identical to the "Port Physical Security/Port Vulnerability Assessment (PPS/PVA)" course. However, students receive additional instruction in Waterways Management Tools and Risk Management. There is a third tabletop exercise which involves developing a physical security plan within a port area assessed during the physical security survey or port vulnerability assessment exercises. Class Size: Maximum:20 students Minimum:10 students Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following: • A large, well lighted classroom • Audio/Visual equipment to include white board, slide & overhead projector, VCR (NTSC) • Administrative support • Access to a commercial port area (for practical exercises) • Detailed maps of the commercial port area (for tabletop exercise).

MTT PORT SECURITY, VUL ASM
Prerequisite: Students must currently be serving in a port safety/port security capacity. It is important that the appropriate student population be identified. Host country must provide 1) a classroom for instruction, and 2) if possible, an appropriate cargo vessel for practice boardings. (The availability of such a vessel will be determined during the site survey).

MTT RIVERINE OPS

MTT SEARCH COORD & PLAN 22

MTT SITE SURVEY NAVSCIATTS
Mobile Training Team for the purpose of assessing country's training needs.

MTT SMALL BOAT OPS CG11
This course familiarizes students with procedures to be followed for the safe and effective operation of small boats (less than 50 ft./15m. Length). Course contents will be tailored to meet requesting county's needs and desires. Possible course topics include coxswain skills, navigation, deck seamanship, marlinespike seamanship, navigation rules, towing, fire-fighting, riverine operations, and engineering casualty control. Class Size: Maximum: 24 students and four boats Minimum: 12 students and two boats Materials: Host nation will need to provide the following: • No less than one boat for every six students. • Classroom of sufficient size for the class. • 20 meters of three strand, manila line of no less than 25 mm in diameter. • 20 meters of double braid synthetic line of no less than 25 mm in diameter. • Pier facility and training location of sufficient size so all boats can conduct drills at the same time. • Training area of sufficient size to practice navigation.

MTT SRCH COORD & EXECUT
This course provides commanders and search and rescue (SAR) units with the information necessary to plan searches, calculate rudimentary drift, and improve their search effectiveness on scene. Topics covered are SAR system overview, maritime SAR assistance policy, manual solution for calculating drift, search patterns, search plan decision making, SARSAT, SAR communication, risk management, case studies and public information. Class Size: Maximum: 27 students Minimum: 18 students Materials: Host nation will need to provide the following: • Classroom of sufficient size for the class. • Chart table for every three students.

MTT TRAINING AIDS-CNET

MTT TRAINING SURVEY-PDR
A pre-course site visit conducted by DRMI instructor in order to discuss and develop country-specific issues that will be dealt with in the DRMI MET curriculum.

MTT-AVN ROTARY-WING MAINT

MTT-INFANTRY OPERATIONS

MTT-INTELLIGENCE

MTT-LIGHT WEAPONS MAINT
Mobile Training Team - Light Weapons Maintenance

MTT-LOGISTICS-GENERAL
Mobile Training Team - Logistics-General

MTT-MAINTENANCE, GENERAL
Mobile Training Team - Maintenance - General

MTT-MEDICAL EQUIP MAINT
Mobile Training Team - Medical Equipment Maintenance

MTT-MISCELLANEOUS OPNS
Mobile Training Team - Miscellaneous Opns

MTT-NCO LEADERSHIP
Mobile Training Team - Non-Commissioned Officer Leadership

MTT-OTHER
Mobile Training Team - Other

MTT-PERSONNEL, GENERAL
Mobile Training Team - Personnel, General

MTT-SURVEY
Mobile Training Team Survey

MTT-WHEEL VEHICLE MAINT
Mobile Training Team - Wheel Vehicle Maintenance

MTT/TRAINING AIDS
Not a valid course - MASL created for financial purposes only.

MTWS Bilateral Exercise
Provide MAGTF Tactical Warfare Simulation (MTWS) support to Royal Thai Amphibious Warfare School (AWS) graduating Command Post Exercise (CPS) and Royal Thai Marine Corps Division units

MTWS Ex (Chon Ja Bong)
Provide MTWS support to train brigade and division level battle staffs in combat operations as well as exercise design, control and execution

MUN SYS TECH AIM-9L **FTD
Course no longer offered. Contact Air Force Security Assistance Training Squadron for expired course descriptions.

MUNITIONS INSPECTION
Designed for munitions personnel upon first assignment as a munitions inspector. Includes production assurance program, material deficiency reporting system, technical order improvement program, types of corrosion and corrosion control, storage and transportation, packaging requirements, research of munitions data, preparation of inspection forms, munitions inspector requirements, and serviceability requirements and CAS procedures as applicable. Also covers application of condition codes, identification of restricted or suspended munitions, munitions color coding, inspection of reusable containers and scrap materials, and perform and document munitions inspections.

MUNITIONS SYS (SATP)
Receipt, identification, inspection, storage, reconditioning, issue, delivery, maintenance, assembly, and physical protection of conventional munitions. Maintenance management, handtools, and Air Force technical publications. Military explosives, pyrotechnics, cartridge and propellant actuated devices. Rockets, rocket launchers, and test equipment. Transportation, handling equipment, and explosive or missile safety. Principles of electricity, aircraft wiring schematics test equipment and troubleshooting. Aircraft bomb racks and missile launchers. Automatic aircraft gun operating principles, disassembly and maintenance procedures.

MUNITIONS/ *
Designed for munitions personnel upon first assignment as a munitions inspector. Includes production assurance program, material deficiency reporting system, technical order improvement program, types of corrosion and corrosion control, storage and transportation, packaging requirements, research of munitions data, preparation of inspection forms, munitions inspector requirements, and serviceability requirements and CAS procedures as applicable. Also covers application of condition codes, identification of restricted or suspended munitions, munitions color coding, inspection of reusable containers and scrap materials, and perform and document munitions inspections.

MUNITIONS/ARM SYS (SATP)
Receipt, identification, inspection, storage, reconditioning, issue, delivery, maintenance, assembly, and physical protection of conventional munitions. Maintenance management, handtools, and Air Force technical publications. Military explosives, pyrotechnics, cartridge and propellant actuated devices. Rockets, rocket launchers, and test equipment. Transportation, handling equipment, and explosive or missile safety. Principles of electricity, aircraft wiring schematics test equipment and troubleshooting. Aircraft bomb racks and missile launchers. Automatic aircraft gun operating principles, disassembly and maintenance procedures.

MWR & SERVICES APR
Trains Air Force enlisted personnel entering the 3M0X1 career field. Duties of the AFSC cover quality Air Force, OPSEC, services career field, AFOSH and recreation safety; service automation; subsistence storage operations; sanitation and personal hygiene; principles of food preparation; cooking methods; flight and ground feeding operations; procedures for preparing food items; food preparation and serving techniques; program objectives and team concept; field feeding; field billeting; field laundry; wartime mortuary; field fitness and recreation operations; field hygiene and sanitation; deployment practicum; Air Force sports and fitness program; wellness; program, activities, and operations management; lodging management; protection of assets; and program development, promotion, and planning. Special Requirements: The following uniform requirements apply to assignment of ANG/AFRES students: three each long and short sleeve shirts, three pants, ribbons, ties, name tag and stripes, shoes, and flight cap. BDUs (three sets), steel-toed boots, BDU cap, and BDU jacket. Whites (three sets).



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