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 Air Land Battle.
2ND CLASS SWIMMER TESTTo provide U.S. Navy personnel who already possess good swimming skills with the opportunity to become certified second-class swimmers IAW NAVMILPERSMAN ART. 6610120, American Red Cross guidelines and OPNAVINST 3120.32 Series.
360 OPNS RESEARCH - MSThis curriculum provides education in the application of quantitative analyses to operational, tactical, and managerial problems. The disciplines of mathematics, probability, statistics, economics, human factors, physical science, and optimization are first learned. These supply the theoretical background for analyzing alternative choices in tactical and strategic warfare and in planning, budgeting and procurement of systems and forces. The course of study generates computational capability and develops skills in identifying relevant information, generating decision criteria, and selecting alternatives.
360 OPNS RESEARCH - PHDThis curriculum provides education in the application of quantitative analyses to operational, tactical, and managerial problems. The disciplines of mathematics, probability, statistics, economics, human factors, physical science, and optimization are first learned. These supply the theoretical background for analyzing alternative choices in tactical and strategic warfare and in planning, budgeting and procurement of systems and forces. The course of study generates computational capability and develops skills in identifying relevant information, generating decision criteria, and selecting alternatives.
364 SPACE SYSTEMS OPS INTLThe Space Systems Operations curriculum is designed to provide the graduate with an understanding of space support, space control, and application of space systems; a comprehensive practical and theoretical knowledge of the operation and employment of communications, navigation, and sensing systems; and knowledge of payload design and integration. Graduates will be prepared to develop the requirements, strategy, and doctrine for acquiring, planning, managing, analyzing and exploiting current and future space systems.
368 COMPUTER SCIENCE - MSThis program is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to specify, evaluate, and manage the design of computer systems; provide technical guidance in applications ranging from basic data processing to sophisticated tactical systems; educate the officer in the analysis and design methodologies appropriate to an understanding of the hardware and software components of complex computer systems; and provide the capability to utilize the modern computer laboratory in the application of computer techniques to research current military problems.
370 INFO SYS TECHNOLOGY-MSThis program will provide the graduate with the knowledge of information systems technology to include computer and telecommunications systems, software engineering, networking and distributed applications, database management systems, decision support and expert systems in the military services. The graduate will also gain proficiency in information systems, economics and management necessary for the critical management decisions needed in the development and utilization of complex and evolving computer-based military systems. Upon successful completion of all coursework and thesis requirements, the degree Master of Science in Information Technology Management is awarded.
373 AIR-OCEAN SCIENCES-MSThis curriculum is interdisciplinary in nature and encompasses those areas of oceanography and meteorology, which are directly related to environmental support of naval operations. Classroom instruction is supplemented by laboratory exercises both ashore and afloat.
374 OP OCEANOGRAPHY - MSThis curriculum is designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the air-sea environment and operations analysis principles needed to forecast atmospheric, oceanic, and acoustic conditions in support of all aspects of Naval operations including the ASW, EW and C3 problems. Primary emphasis is placed on the understanding of the impact of the environment (atmosphere, ocean, and their interface) on weapons systems, sensors, and platforms.
380 APPLIED MATHEMATICS-MSThis curriculum is open to students with a strong mathematics background. It includes topics such as integral transforms and numerical analysis and requires a sequence of applications courses from outside the mathematics department. The Master of Science in Mathematics degree is awarded upon successful completion of the program.
399 MODEL VIR ENVIRON - MSThe MOVES Curriculum was developed in response for an interdisciplinary graduate education program beyond that available through the Computer Science Curriculum's Computer Graphics and Visual Simulation track. The MOVES Curriculum provides the M.S. and Ph.D. student both fundamental and specialized courses in applied computer simulation technology and the application of quantitative analyses to human-computer interaction in simulation technology. The M.S. program is a two year, eight quarter program whose core covers the fundamentals of computer science, visual simulation and human-computer interaction. Specific topics include object-oriented programming, artificial intelligence, software methodology, computer communications and networks, computer graphics, virtual worlds and simulation systems, physically based modeling, probability, statistics, stochastic modeling, data analysis, and human performance evaluation.
440 OCEANOGRAPHY - MSThis curriculum is designed to provide students with a sound understanding of the science of oceanography, and to develop the technical expertise to provide and utilize oceanographic and acoustical data in support of all aspects of military operations. Particular emphasis is placed on the understanding of oceanographic environmental effects on the solution of the undersea warfare problem.
460 ENGINEERING SCIENCEThis is a sequence of courses developed by the curricular officer and the academic associate to better prepare incoming students for entering a technical curriculum. The Engineering Science curriculum is designed to prospective students who: 1) have an APC which indicates a deficiency in mathematics and/or scientific and technical subject matter; or 2) in completing their review of the prospective student's academic record, the curricular officer and academic associate have concluded that sufficient time has expired since the student's most recent college experience and as such, the student would benefit from the Engineering Science Program.
490T-1 ANTENNA CPLR IMPurpose: Upon completion of this course, Avionics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the 490T-1/1A/9 Antenna Coupler, including system analysis and troubleshooting techniques, to perform under close supervision intermediate maintenance in the intermediate maintenance working environment.
4PI ASSEMBLER LANG **FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
50CAL MACHGUN M2HB OP/MAINTo provide naval personnel in all ratings, E1 through E9, with the technical knowledge and skills necessary to operate and maintain the Browning .50 Caliber M2 HB machine gun at the organizational level of maintenance.
526 UNDERSEA WARFARE INTLThe Undersea Warfare curriculum educates officers in the engineering fundamentals, physical principles, and analytical concepts that govern operational employment of undersea warfare (USW) sensors and weapons systems and includes extensive breadth in the appropriate scientific and technical disciplines. This interdisciplinary program integrates mathematics, physics, acoustics, electrical engineering, oceanography, operations analysis, computer science, and meteorology. The academic content divides naturally into four major areas with the opportunity to specialize in one while pursuing the USW major: Applied Physics with emphasis on underwater acoustics and weapons, Physical Oceanography with emphasis on environmental factors affecting sonic and radiative surveillance, Electrical Engineering with emphasis on signal processing, and Operations Analysis with emphasis on tactical applications and decision analysis.
533 CMBSYS SCI/TEC-MS INTLThis program is designed to meet the needs of the military services for an officer having a broad-based advanced technical education applicable to combat systems design, development, test and evaluation, acquisition, operation, and support. Included in the core are courses on electromagnetic radiation, signal processing, optoelectronics, servo and computer control systems, explosives and warheads, engineering materials, combat simulation, quantum detection devices, and computers for advanced combat systems. Additionally, the officer will take a sequence of five or more courses in one of the following concentration areas: electromagnetic sensors systems, underwater acoustic systems, or an engineering area related combat systems. The officer will also conduct thesis research on a specific technical problem. The curriculum includes survey courses in the areas not covered by the officer's concentration.
535 UNDWTR ACOUSTICS - MSUnderwater Acoustics Systems is an interdisciplinary program, which consists of courses in physics and electrical engineering. Based on fundamental science and engineering, the emphasis is on underwater acoustics and signal processing applied to undersea warfare. Subjects covered include the generation, propagation, and reception of sound in the ocean; military applications of underwater sound; and acoustic signal processing.
54H60-77 PROP I/MAINTPurpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance on the 54H60-77 Propeller, and Propeller Control, including cleaning, assembly, disassembly, inspection, minor repair, testing, and troubleshooting using applicable NAVAIR Publications and safety procedures, while assigned to Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department working environment.
54H60-91 PROP TECH C130FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
570 MECHANICAL ENGRG - MSThe graduate will have the technical competence to operate and maintain modern warships and naval systems. Through emphasis on the design aspect within the program, the graduate will be well prepared to apply technological advances to the warships of the future. Successful completion of this program results in the award of a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
590 ELECTRICAL ENGRG - PHDThis curriculum is designed to educate officers in current electronics technology and its application to modern naval warfare. It establishes a broad background of basic engineering knowledge, leading to selected advanced studies in electronic systems, ship/weapon control systems, and communication/information processing applicability. Successful completion of this curriculum meets all requirements for a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering.
590 ELECTRNIC SYS ENGRG-MSThis curriculum is designed to educate officers in current electronics technology and its application to modern naval warfare. It establishes a broad background of basic engineering knowledge, leading to selected advanced studies in electronic systems, ship/weapon control systems, and communication/information processing applicability. Successful completion of this curriculum meets all requirements for the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Engineer's and Ph.D. programs are available.
596 EW FOR FGN MIL OFFICRSThis program is designed to provide knowledge of technical and operational aspects of the role of Electronic Warfare (EW) as a vital, integral part of modern warfare; educate officers in pertinent aspects of physics, environmental conditions, operations analysis and other disciplines; provide a broad understanding of EW systems and techniques; provide an appreciation of the vulnerabilities of these systems to exploitation and countermeasures; develop analytical ability to correctly assess the capabilities and proper employment of EW systems in a threat environment; provide an understanding of the principles underlying the broad field of electronic warfare; and to develop an ability to describe technological factors in terms which are meaningful and supportive in an operational tactical situation. The successful completion of this program results in the award of a Master of Systems Engineering Degree.
610 AERONAUTICAL ENGRG-ENGThis program includes courses in flight dynamics, flight propulsion, gas dynamics, and flight structures. Allied officers may enroll in all curricula but will be exempt from classified courses. Students initially enter a preparatory phase, and then enter the common graduate core designed to provide advanced knowledge in each of the four principal areas of aerodynamics: aircraft and missile propulsion, current aerodynamic analysis, flight vehicle structural analysis, stability and control of aerospace systems. Additionally, the graduate core includes work in material science and an extensive study of computer methods.
610 AERONAUTICAL ENGRG-MSThis program consists of the Aeronautical Engineering (P177710, Curr 6l0) and the Aeronautical Engineering Avionics (P179126, Curr 611) curricula, which include courses in flight dynamics, flight propulsion, gas dynamics, and flight structures. Allied officers may enroll in all curricula but will be exempt from classified courses. Students initially enter a preparatory phase, and then enter the common graduate core designed to provide advanced knowledge in each of the four principal areas of aerodynamics: aircraft and missile propulsion, current aerodynamic analysis, flight vehicle structural analysis, stability and control of aerospace systems. Additionally, the graduate core includes work in material science and an extensive study of computer methods.
610 AERONAUTICAL ENGRG-PHDThis program includes courses in flight dynamics, flight propulsion, gas dynamics, and flight structures. Allied officers may enroll in all curricula but will be exempt from classified courses. Students initially enter a preparatory phase, and then enter the common graduate core designed to provide advanced knowledge in each of the four principal areas of aerodynamics: aircraft and missile propulsion, current aerodynamic analysis, flight vehicle structural analysis, stability and control of aerospace systems. Additionally, the graduate core includes work in material science and an extensive study of computer methods.
611 AERO ENG AVIONICS - MSAllied officers may enroll in all curricula but will be exempt from classified courses. Students initially enter a preparatory phase, and then enter the common graduate core designed to provide advanced knowledge in each of the four principal areas of aerodynamics: aircraft and missile propulsion, current aerodynamic analysis, flight vehicle structural analysis, stability and control of aerospace systems. Additionally, the graduate core includes work in material science and an extensive study of computer methods
63I MLRS CRS (ISRAEL)
681 NSA (MDE/AFR/SOAS)-MAArea studies curricula focus on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provide students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences.
682 NSA (FE/SEAS/PACIF)-MAArea studies curricula focus on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provide students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences.
683 NSA (WESTERN HEM)-MAArea studies curricula focus on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provide students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences.
684 NSA (EUR/USSR)-MAArea studies curricula focus on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provide students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences.
688/1 STRAT PLNG (ME/AF/A)These curricula are designed to provide students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex, interrelated variables in both the domestic and international environments when evaluating strategic planning options and supportive negotiating positions in the formulation of national security policy.
688/3 STRAT PLNG (WES HEM)These curricula are designed to provide students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex, interrelated variables in both the domestic and international environments when evaluating strategic planning options and supportive negotiating positions in the formulation of national security policy.
688/4 STRAT PLNG (EUR/USR)These curricula are designed to provide students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex, interrelated variables in both the domestic and international environments when evaluating strategic planning options and supportive negotiating positions in the formulation of national security policy.
689/A CIV-MIL RELS&NATSEC-MSThe curriculum leading the MA. degree in Civil-military Relations and National Security at the Naval Postgraduate School provides the student with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the real problems involving civilian control of a professional military in a democracy. The program is designed for military officers (0-3 to 0-5) and equivalent civilian officials. The program places a special emphasis on the civil-military relations issues raised by participation in U.N.-sponsored peacekeeping operations, participation in coalition warfare, and membership in the Partnership for Peace, NATO, and other alliances. 689/B SECURITY BUILDING IN POST-CONFLICT ENVIRONMENT - MA This curriculum is designed to equip military officers and civilians from post-conflict nations (and from nations and NGOs assisting them) with the specialized expertise, problem-solving skills, and the management tools to build effective security institutions. The curriculum also will focus on mechanisms to keep these security institutions under democratic control, and to strengthen security in a way that helps support economic and political development. In addition, students will gain graduate-level expertise needed to deal with terrorist threats that threaten development efforts and meet the political, organizational, and management challenges posed by broader peace support operations (PSO).
815 ACQUIS/CONTR MGMT - MSThis is an interdisciplinary program, which integrates mathematics, accounting, economics, finance, behavioral science, management theory, operations/systems analysis and specific courses in acquisition and contracting. The curriculum is designed to provide officers and civilians with the skills to serve effectively in hardware systems buying offices, field contracting offices, contract administration offices and contracting policy offices.
816 SYSTEM ACQUIS MGMT -MSThis is an interdisciplinary program designed to integrate business principles, management theory, operations/systems analysis, and engineering applications. It is uniquely tailored to Defense acquisition management and intensive exposure to the fundamental principles of the acquisition environment. The courses in this curriculum present the structure of acquisition management, the decisions and problems facing the defense acquisition manager, the various forces at work within industry and Government, and the impact of acquisition policies and strategies.
818 SYSTEMS MGMT INTL - MSThese curricula are designed to provide the specific functional skills required to effectively manage in a subspecialty area; provide graduate management education oriented to Navy/ Defense Systems; enable the student to evaluate the written research, study, and analyze products of others; and provide fundamental interdisciplinary techniques of quantitative problem-solving methods, behavioral and management science, economic analysis, information systems, and financial management.
819 SYS INVENTORY MGT - MSThis curriculum emphasizes the management of Navy owned inventories at all levels. Students take additional courses in general inventory model development and the specific details of the Navy's inventory models, spanning the three levels of wholesale, intermediate and retail customer support. Officers are responsible for developing procedures for establishing, maintaining and controlling inventories of material, distributing that material to the Navy customer, and developing the budgets for financing these inventories. The Systems Inventory Management curriculum is interdisciplinary, integrating mathematics, accounting, economics, management theory, operations analysis and the specialty concentration into an understanding of the process by which the defense mission is accomplished.
820 RESOURCE MGT INTDEF-MSThis is an interdisciplinary program designed exclusively for officers and civilian employees in defense agencies of other countries. The program focuses on economic analysis, the management of financial, material, and human resources, domestic and international political institutions, civil-military relations, and the role of international law. The curriculum is made up of a combination of existing courses within the Systems Management and National Security Affairs departments and courses especially designed for this program. In the majority of courses, international students study and learn with U.S. students from several other management and national security affairs curricula.
827 MATL LOGISTICS SPT MGTThis curriculum emphasizes all of the aspects for providing integrated logistics support of weapons systems. Besides study in mathematics, accounting, economics, behavioral science, management theory and operations analysis, the curriculum delves into production management, inventory management, integrated logistic support, procurement and contract administration, subsystems acquisition, and project management. Skills resulting from the curriculum will prepare those responsible for managing the various segments of a military system's life cycle from initial planning for support to fielding the system, through sustaining operations to phaseout.
837 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTThe objective of the Financial Management Curriculum is to prepare officers for business and financial positions. Financial Managers assist the decision-making processes at all levels by providing accurate, timely and relevant information. They are concerned with the optimal allocation of human, physical and financial resources to achieve agency goals and objectives while assuring efficient and effective expenditure of public funds. Graduate courses cover topics such as financial reporting standards, cost standards, cost analysis, budgeting, internal control, auditing, management planning and control systems, quantitative technique used in planning and control, and the Planning Program and Budgeting System used within the Department of Defense.
847 MNPWR SYS ANALYSIS-MSOfficers enrolled in the Manpower Systems Analysis (MSA) curriculum undertake the challenge of an academic program designed to fill the leadership roles in military manpower personnel and training management. Areas covered include an understanding of manpower, personnel, and training policy development, compensation systems, enlistment supply and retention models, manpower training models, manpower requirements determination processes, career mix, enlistment and reenlistment incentives, training effectiveness measures and hardware/manpower trade-offs. Students gain familiarity with current models and methods of manpower analysis as well as military manpower organizations and issues.
A-37/J-85 ENGINE TECHNCourse subjects include familiarization with the A-37 aircraft, design and construction features of the J-85-17A engine, engine systems, engine inspection procedures, field-level disassembly, inspection and re-assembly of the engine and accessories, engine removal and installation. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A-37B ACFT HYDRAULIC TECH
This course is for the experienced aircraft pneudraulics specialist who needs familiarization with the pneudraulics system of the A-37B aircraft. The scope of training includes A-37B technical orders, system functions and component locations, troubleshooting, inspections and repair procedures, and use of special and standard test equipment in flight line maintenance. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A-37B ARMAMENT SYS TECHNThis course is designed for the aircraft armament technician who needs familiarization and in-depth knowledge of inspection requirements pertaining to the A-37B aircraft armament system. Scope of training includes the use of A-37B armament technical orders to disassemble and assemble armament system components as well as maintenance inspections, troubleshooting and flight line maintenance with standard and special test equipment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A-37B EGRESS SYS TECHNThis course teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to maintain the integrity of the A-37 unmodified and the A-37 modified (by TCTOS 1A-37B-547 and 1A-37B-550) egress system. Training will include explosive safety, familiarization of the egress system components, shelf and service life calculation of explosive CAD/PAD items, theory of operation, disarming and arming of the egress system, removal, inspection and installation of ejection seats, and egress system ballistic and non-ballistic components, inspection and functional check of the ejection control assemblies, inspection and maintenance of the aircraft canopy jettison system, and an egress system final inspection. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A-37B ELECTRICAL SYSTEMSThis course is for the experience aircraft electrical specialist who needs familiarization with the electrical systems of the A-37B aircraft. The scope of the training includes the description, operation, location of electrical components, and operational checks of the electrical power supply system (generator, batteries, and inverters), warning and alarm systems, engine start, lighting (internal and external), landing gear and fuel and flight control systems. Included is training in the technical order system, inspection system, ground safety and cockpit entry on the A-37B. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A-37B INSTRUMENT SYSThis course provides Latin American air forces instrument specialists with the knowledge to perform effective maintenance on instrument systems of the A-37B aircraft. The student will learn ground safety precautions applicable to the A-37B, location of instrument systems components, flightline maintenance procedures for the engine instrument systems components, flight instrument systems, yaw damper and stall warning systems, compass systems, fuel quantity system and flap position indicating system. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A-37B JET ACFT TECHNFor the jet aircraft mechanic with previous training and experience on aircraft models other than A-37. Basic mechanic fundamentals are not included in the course and personnel with less than one year of flight-line experience should not be scheduled for attendance. Course subjects include ground safety and technical orders applicable to the A-37B, aircraft familiarization, ground handling, servicing and lubrication, egress, electrical, instrument, and flight control system; hydraulic power, landing gear and wheel brake system, aircraft fuel system and engines. Practical training is presented on flight controls, jacking and gear retraction tests and engine operational checks. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A/C GENERATOR FAM*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.
A/C STRUCT RPR/CORR CONTRThis course teaches students to repair, modify, and fabricate aircraft metal components and assemblies at the apprentice level. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A/M32-A86 ADV DIES (HOBART)This course teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to perform checks, service inspection, troubleshooting, advanced maintenance upkeep, tune-up and repair on the A/M32A-86 Hobart. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
A/S 32P19 FIRE TRUCK MAINMaintenance of vehicle engine, power divider, transmission, axle assemblies, power steering, brakes, air system, dispensing system, halon system, turret systems, winterization system, electrical system, air-conditioning, and organizational maintenance of the A/S32P-19 firetruck. Safety emphasized in all areas.
ABDR F16 SPEC ASSESS-004Provide training in the knowledge and skill necessary to perform repair on a damaged aircraft.
ABDR GEN ASSESSOR-004Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ABDR REPAIR TECH-003Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ABN COMD/CNTL COMM EQUIPSpecial Requirements: Nonconductive eyeglass frames. Must be a volunteer. ECL 80SR.
ABO CONTAM ANALYSIS
AC ARM/MSL SYS RPR SUPERVIProvides the student with the skills required to supervise, troubleshoot, and inspect maintenance performed on the AH-1F attack helicopter armament/missile systems, and the OH-58C scout helicopter air-to-air stinger (ATAS) system and components.
AC&W OPERATOR /MANUAL/Prerequisites: ECL 70.
ACAD OF HLTH SC/CORRES CRS
ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR SCHOOLPrepares graduates to instruct in educational systems of the Air Force and DoD. A rigorous, comprehensive, and fast-paced course, which requires extensive reading and preparation and moderate research. Major curricular areas are learning theory, communication skills, teaching methods, instructional aids, and evaluation. Course organized to provide for maximum participation in learning. Majority of class time devoted to small group activity.
ACC GRD SAFETY PGM MGT FAMProvides 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.
ACCOUNTING & FINANCE/ *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.
ACCOUNTING SPECIALISTThis course provides a general understanding and working knowledge of the principles, rules, procedures and reporting of the Operation Maintenance Army (OMA) appropriation.
ACCOUNTS CONTROLPrerequisites: AFSC 6F051 (SrA and above), 6F052 (SrA and above satisfactory completion of CDC 6F051D is desirable), 6F090, 6F000; civilian equivalent; or AFSC 65F1, 65F3. Primarily for personnel projected for assignment in the accounts control SMA or personnel currently assigned with no more than 1 year of recent experience in the SMA. Senior airmen (SrA) should have at least 12 months of time in grade. ECL 70.
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ADMINISTREncompasses detailed instruction on the processing of payments on commercial accounts, imprest funds, DITY, LOPA, HHG, examining miscellaneous vouchers for adequacy, examining pre-certified vouchers for correctness, processing payments on transportation
ACFT ACDNT INVESTIGATIONDescription unavailable
ACFT BATT INT MTUpon completion of this course, aviation personnel will have the training and practical experience necessary to enable them to use the NBC1/NBC1A CHARGER/ANALYZER to charge, test, repair and analyze Nickel-Cadmium aircraft batteries at the intermediate maintenance level using applicable test equipment, publications and safety procedures to meet standards as required by NAVAIR 17-15BAD-1 and Naval Surface Warfare Center Servicing Instructions.
ACFT COMP RPR SUPRV ANCOCPlans and lays out aircraft maintenance areas, component repair shops and facilities; determines personnel and parts requirements to repair aircraft and associated equipment; coordinates work requirements and assigns duties; supervises and applies product
ACFT CORROSION CNTLProvides training in the knowledge and skills necessary to identify metals, inspect aircraft for corrosion, and classify corrosion severity. Includes corrosion principles, characteristics of advanced composites, identification of aerospace metals, corrosion preventive maintenance and inspection, mechanical corrosion removal, chemical corrosion removal and treatment, and protective coatings.
ACFT ELEC/ENVIRON SYSProvides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform maintenance on aircraft electrical and environmental systems.
ACFT ELECTR FUNDAMENTALSThis course provides training in the fundamentals of electricity at the apprentice level to include inspection, operation, and troubleshooting techniques of aircraft electrical systems excluding communications, navigation, and armament systems. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
ACFT ELECTRICIAN RP SV BNCTechnical training in the field of aircraft maintenance; tasks, skills, and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures that will enable the student to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties required.
ACFT ENVIRON F16C/D **FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ACFT FUEL SYS TECHPrerequisites: AFSC 2A654. Civilians with 2 years of experience in actual accomplishments of maintenance and repair of fuel system and components installed on military and civilian aircraft. Satisfactory completion of course fuel system maintenance in recognized military or civilian technical school may be substituted for 1 year of experience. ECL 70 SA.
ACFT FUEL SYS TECH(F16)FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ACFT FUEL SYSTEM MECHProvides formal training in the introduction to structure of a maintenance organization; aircraft safety; hazardous materials/waste management and spill containment; aircraft familiarization; technical publications; fuel system tools and equipment; aerospace ground equipment; operation of fuel subsystems; removal, installation, and inspection of components; confined space entry; fuel cell removal, inspection, and installation; fuel leak detection; internal tank repairs; and application of sealants and corrosion control.
ACFT LOADMASTER APPRENTICEPhysiological training, weight and balance computation, load planning, safety procedures, and restraint.
ACFT MAINT OFF-ACCELERATEDProvides necessary knowledge to perform as entry-level aircraft maintenance and munitions officer. Establishes broad base of knowledge in personnel, publications, logistic support, information collection, and financial management system. Course materials are oriented toward maintenance organizations at or below wing or base level.
ACFT MAINT SUPT COURSECourse Objective - This course prepares experienced Senior NCOs (E-7 and above) to perform supervisory duties in a variety of aircraft maintenance specialties. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
ACFT METALS TECH APP (USAF)Basic knowledge and skills of metal working shop fundamentals, lathes, milling machines, welding equipment, care and use of hand tools and measuring tools, maintenance techniques, and inspection of equipment.
ACFT MISHAP - FLIGHT SURGPrepares flight surgeons to perform aircraft accident investigations. Reviews human, environmental, and material factors, which directly or indirectly contribute to the aircraft mishaps.
ACFT PNEUDRAL RPR SUP BNCOTechnical training in the aircraft maintenance management field, skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures, training required to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties required of MOS 6.
ACFT PNEUDRALIC REP/ *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.
ACFT PNEUDRAU SYS SPECLPrinciples of operation; disassembly, inspection, assembly, test, adjust, and repair of pneudraulic units; and normal and emergency operation of aircraft pneudraulic systems.
ACFT PNEUDRAULICS SYS TECHTeaches normal and emergency operations and maintenance of pneudraulic systems, and use of technical publications. Familiarization with maintenance system as applicable to pneudraulic system specialists.
ACFT POWERPLANT REPAIRERTasks that are specified for skill level 1 training; also covers subjects (not in the Trainer's Guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in powerplant repair.
ACFT POWERTRAIN REPAIRERBased on tasks that are specified for skill level one training; covers subjects (not the trainer's guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in powertrain repairer and nondestructive testing skills.
ACFT POWERTRAIN SUPV BNCOCTechnical training in the aircraft maintenance management field is oriented toward developing skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures. The student is provided with the training required to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties to include troubleshooting.
ACFT PWRPLNT RPR SUP BNCOCEmphasis is placed on technical training in the field of aircraft maintenance. It is oriented toward the training of tasks, skills, and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures.
ACFT STRUCT MAINT APRPrerequisites: Satisfactory completion of J3AQR2A733 001, Apprentice Aircraft Structural Maintenance Specialist. ECL 70 SA.
ACFT STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGYUse of various technical order publications; safety guidelines relating to airframe repairs; aircraft control surface balancing; identification, installation, and removal of special fasteners; minor service/maintenance of installation tools; use of hotbond curing equipment and vacuum bagging procedures; repair of radome assemblies; repair of metal bonded honeycomb structures to include core replacement of one or two facings, transition and trailing edge areas.
ACQUISITION FUNDAMENTALSCovers the fundamentals of system acquisition from mission need statement to when the systems leave the inventory. Course includes introduction; acquisition life cycle; acquisition ethics; acquisition program management; contracting; acquisition program control; acquisition engineering; acquisition logistics; manufacturing quality assurance; test and evaluation; modification acquisition; total quality management; science and technology; and acquisition policies, initiatives, and trends.
ACQUISITION LOG FUND (JT)Students integrate logistics support policy, support performance requirements, and practices applicable to acquisition programs during the various defense systems' life cycles. Provides a broad overview of the acquisition logistics life-cycle process, the system engineering process, and the role integrated logistics support (ILS) plans products play in these processes.
ACQUISITION LOGISTICS (AF)Enables students to gain an understanding of the wide range of early logistics activities necessary to support the design, production, and deployment of systems and equipment. Provides insight into the methods of identifying mission deficiencies, the acquisition process, and the elements of logistics. Exposes the student to logistics tools and techniques used in the acquisition cycle to improve system readiness and supportability, i.e., Logistics Support Analysis, Configuration Management, Financial Management, Contractor Support, Lessons Learned, Contacting, etc. The main thrust of the course is for students to realize the importance of the interface between logistic support planning and the systems engineering process.
ACRW EGRESS F-16/OM**FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ACSC (SEMINAR)Educates mid-career officers to lead in developing, advancing, and applying air and space power in peace and war.
ACSC - EXCHANGE PROGRAMEducates mid-career international officers to lead in developing, advancing, and applying air and space power in peace and war.
AD - HELO FUNDAMENTALSTo provide selected U.S. Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of Helicopter Aircraft Power Plants, Related System Maintenance, Safety, and to assimilate follow up specialized training in the Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD) rating.
AD - MACHMATE COMMON CORETo provide selected U.S. Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aircraft Power Plants, Related System Maintenance and Safety, to assimilate follow up specialized training in the Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD) rating.
AD - TURBOJET A/C FUNDTo provide selected U.S. Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of Turbojet/Turbofan Aircraft Power Plants, Related System Maintenance, Safety, and to assimilate follow up specialized training in the Aviation Machinist's Mate (AD) rating.
ADA OAC-RCLeadership and ethics; orientation on the array of ADA weapons systems; preparing for war, preparation for battery commander and/or battalion staff officer; war fighting skills, combined arms; NBC and threat.
ADA OFF ADV(PATR FOLLOW-ONCharacteristics, capabilities, functions, and operations of the PATRIOT missile system.
ADA OFF BASICCommon core subjects include: Army writing, military history, leadership, logistics management, combined arms tactics, NBC, and communications.
ADA OFF BSC-FAADS WPNS TCKWeapons specific subjects, which include characteristics, limitations, tactical operations, and system warfighting skills associated with the CHAPARRAL/ VULCAN, Bradley Stinger Fighting Vehicle, or Avenger Air Defense Weapon System.
ADA OFFICER BASIC (HAWK TR)Weapons specific subjects include characteristics, limitations, tactical operations, and system war-fighting skills associated with the HAWK systems.
ADA PATRIOT WEAPON SYSTEMWeapons specific subjects include: characteristics, limitations, tactical operations, and system war-fighting skills associated with the PATRIOT system.
ADJ GEN OFFICER BASICTo instruct Adjutant General Corps lieutenants in the area of combat survival, career management, and Adjutant General specialty training.
ADJUTANT GEN CAPT'S CAREERThe primary emphasis of training will be on teaching the student tasks, skills, and knowledge needed to be an effective personnel and administrative systems management officer. The training will focus on problem solving capabilities, managerial techniques, and character attributes to be a good leader.
ADMIN WARRANT OFFICER ADVExpands and enhances managerial and professional skills related to the daily duties of warrant officers in the administrative fields. Provides leadership, personnel systems, communication skills, nuclear/biological/chemical warfare, and general military skills.
ADMINISTRATOR (FORMAL SCH)Provides training to students in the management of training. This course includes instruction on the development of important training documents to include course descriptive data, programs of instructions, and course schedules. Students also receive training in the administration of internal and external evaluation, the validation of new instructional materials, and the conduct of Course Content Review Boards. Instruction is presented primarily in a conference/roundtable setting. Student participation is expected.
ADV ADA FOR PROGRAMMERSIntended for experienced programmers with some Ada background. Topics include packages, exceptions, private types, derived types, access types, generics, input and output, tasks, and low-level features. This course is programming intensive and culminates in a comprehensive team programming project. Course E4OST33S3C-002 is a mobile version of this course.
ADV AEROSP MED/INTL MED OFDesigned for international flight medical officers who completed basic training in aerospace medicine and served at least 1 year as operational flight surgeons at base or squadron level. Not intended for those who have already completed advanced training or the equivalent or residency training in aerospace medicine and are working as specialists in the field. Selection of curriculum material is based on the assumption that students will have already completed the Aerospace Medicine Primary Course or an equivalent course in their own country. Successful completion of this course will enable students to delineate the basic sciences applicable to aerospace medicine; address clinical problems in aerospace medicine, including global preventive medicine problems; evaluate and control or resolve operational aerospace medical problems; and assume higher levels of responsibility in their aerospace medicine careers.
ADV AVIONICS I/WEP SYS MTAdvanced Avionics Integrated Weapons System Maintenance Course, Class C1 (AAIWSM (C1)) is designed to enhance technical capabilities of select military personnel through advanced study of state of the art avionics technologies. The course provides a cadre of integrated weapons system specialists able to interpret, analyze, and advise on effecting the repair of continually changing weapons systems and associated platforms.
ADV CALIBR MEAS & DIAGNOSTProvides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel who operate, maintain, and calibrate advanced TMDE and ATE systems. Includes time domain waveform analysis: frequency domain spectrum analysis; fixed frequency measurement; swept frequency measurements; circuit analysis and fault isolation; and computer operator training required for calibrations and measurements of ATE systems including the Phase Noise Measurement Calibration System, Portable Automatic Test Equipment Calibration (PATEC) System, Millimeter Wave Power Calibration System, Global Positioning System, and the Test Program Generator Calibration System.
ADV CALIBRATION TECHProvide technical training in advanced electronic calibration concepts including theory, application and operation of test equipment and standards.
ADV COMM & INFO OFCR ACOTProvides mid-career training for the communications and information staff officer.
ADV COMPOSITE MATERIAL MTUpon completion of this course, the Aviation Structural Mechanic (AMS, AMH) will perform, under supervision, repairs to advanced composite materials in the AIMD working environment.
ADV CRS TELESEMINAR INSTRPrepares experienced instructors to teach in the teleseminar environment using current technology in an educational setting.
ADV DIG WIDEBAND COMM SYSA comprehensive examination of digital wideband communications systems is presented. Designed for advanced students and presents course materials using applied science concepts. Students will spend approximately 3.5 weeks in a lecture/discussion environment exploring theoretical aspects of digital communications as it relates to both terrestrial and satellite systems. Students then spend approximately 4 weeks applying these concepts in an equipment laboratory using digital radio and multiplexer systems as the training model. Major educational areas are communications system concepts, digital source encoding, communications mathematics, noise types, analog source encoding, time division multiplexing, timing and synchronization, digital modulation methods, digital radio principles, transmission lines and antennas, radio path and propagation, diversity systems and combiner improvement, terrestrial system performance assessment, satellite systems, fiber optic systems, precision measurement techniques and hands-on radio, multiplex, and systems performance evaluation with interpretation and application of specifications.
ADV DIG/TRBLSHT/MICROS TECThis course provides Latin American noncommissioned officers with the necessary knowledge to maintain digital circuitry. Training will include numbering systems, binary codes, logic gates, flip-flop counters, digital-to-analog converters, troubleshooting, and teach the skills necessary for the repair of electronic circuit boards to include removal and replacement of microminiature components. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
ADV DISASTER PREP OPNSPrerequisites: 0-1 through 0-5/civilian equivalent and E-6 through E-9 will attend upon graduation of G3OLR32E1D 002, DP Officer, or G3ALR3E931 003, DP Specialist. ANG/AFRES officers/NCOs may attend upon completion of G3OLR32E1D 00X, DP Officer, or G3ALR3E931 002, DP Specialist, or equivalent course. NOTE: This course is not recommended for individuals with 2 years or more field supervisory experience. ECL 70 SA.
ADV ELECTRONICS TECH COREThe Advanced Electronics Technical Core (AETC) course will include training in basic electricity/electronic theory, component level troubleshooting for corrective maintenance, use and interpretation of equipment manuals, operation of test/electronic equipment in accordance with technical publications. The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to prepare for rating entry-level performance.
ADV ENGLISH LANGUAGE PGMNavy MASL used to program DLI Advanced English Language Program
ADV ENVIRON/READINESS OPNSPrerequisites: Limited to biomedical sciences corps officers and civilian equivalents with AFSCs 43E1 and 43E3. Personnel with similar specialties within the Air Force or other government or DoD agencies may attend on a space-available basis when approved by USAFSAM/EC.
ADV EW TECHTo provide 6YO personnel of the Electronic Warfare (EW) rating with apprentice level training in support of further specialized training and tactical fleet operations.
ADV GEODETIC SURVEYINGProvide selected NCOs with a working knowledge of those technical skills required to perform as a topographic survey noncommissioned officer in the rank of SSG. Provide instruction to noncommissioned officers in advanced geodetic survey techniques, survey project planning, project management, project reporting.
ADV IFR TRNG (EURO-NATO)Provides additional instrument training beyond that received in the Initial Entry Rotary Wing Aviator course. Includes physical and mental skills and information as necessary for accomplishment of rotary wing instrument flight tasks and flight planning.
ADV INTRO&TRBLE ANLYS*FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ADV LANG PROFICIENCY SKILLThis 12-week course is designed for experienced teachers of EFL who have attended BALIC, for English Language Training Program (ELTP) management or staff personnel, and for academic subject matter teachers who use English as a medium of instruction. The course enables students to upgrade their own English language proficiency in the skill areas of listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are provided the opportunity to develop and demonstrate their proficiency and fluency in all language skills, thereby increasing their communicative competence. ALPS emphasizes development of English language skills rather than teaching methodology. This course can be programmed as a lead-in to AELIC, MELT, or Introduction to the ALC. End-of-course requirement are the maintenance of an 80 ECL, achievement of a comprehension speaking rating of 2/2, and a cumulative average of 80 on all achievement tests.
ADV MGT ACCT/ANALYSISEncompasses detailed instructions on the Standard Installation Accounting Organization (SIAO) and Army Regulation 37-1, Accounting and Fund Control.
ADV NARROWBANC COMM SYSProvides a comprehensive examination of advanced narrowband radio communications training, both theoretical and practical. Designed for the advanced student and presents course materials using applied science concepts.
ADV NETWORK TECH SYSTEMSProvides network managers, systems administrators, engineers, and technicians an in-depth study of networking theories and concepts. Students spend approximately 4 weeks learning theoretical aspects of data and voice computer networks in a lecture/discussion environment. Approximately 3.5 weeks are spent applying these concepts in a laboratory setting.
ADV OFFICER LDRSHIPTo enhance the leadership skills of officers en route to aviation department head (or equivalent) billets.
ADV OP STUDIES-FELLOWSHIPFocuses on the art and science of war at the operational level and the operational to strategic interface. The students are provided a challenging Senior Service College curriculum.
ADV PRODUCTION & QUAL MGTThis 2-week advanced production and quality management course (APQMC), previously titled the Defense Acquisition Engineering, Manufacturing And Quality Assurance Course, is a capstone, senior-level systems management course.
ADV QUANT METHODS/COST ANLPrerequisites: Successful completion of WQMT345 or equivalent. Students with exceptional qualifications may submit a request for waiver from WQMT345 requirements. Request must contain a description of their education and experience. First lieutenants and above or GS-7 and above who are engaged in cost analysis or cost estimating. ECL 80.
ADV RADAR AIR TRAF CONTROLTo provide selected Air Traffic Control personnel with advanced knowledge in airspace management, navigational equipment, basic knowledge in Terminal Instrument Approach Procedures (TERPS) and the technical knowledge and practical application of procedures used at various control positions of a Radar Air Traffic Control Facility. This course of instruction, followed by the required training at a facility, will lead to an Air Traffic Control Specialist (ATCS) Rating.
ADV SEWING MACHINE REPAIRTo provide the Aircrew Survival Equipmentman, both USN and USMC, E-4 and above, the skills necessary to perform and supervise the maintenance and repair of sewing machines in the naval inventory, at both organizational and intermediate levels of maintenance.
ADV TEAM TRNGTo train Detachment Department Air Cushioned Landing Craft (LCAC) crews in the employment and administration of the LCAC.
ADV TOPOGRAPHIC ANALYSISThis course provides personnel with a knowledge of topographic project planning, manual and computerized cartographic and terrain analysis applications, production management methods, systems administration, and equipment and software considerations.
ADV WARFIGHTING SCHOOLThe School of Advanced Warfighting is designed to provide the nation with leaders who can help shape the Marine Corps to meet the needs of the future. It is a graduate-level, military education tailored to amplify and complement the comprehensive foundations in Warfighting experienced during the 43-week Command and Staff College (CSC) curriculum. This follow-on course for selected graduates of CSC focuses on the link between Warfighting and Warplanning, or preparation for war. Utilizing a dynamic curriculum and an active methodology, SAW specially prepares its students for significant roles in the future preparation of armed forces for success in war, should the nation require that end.
ADVANCED CONVL AMMO ORIENTThis training includes technical aspects and procedures of conventional ammunitions and explosives managed by the Single Manager for Conventional Ammunition (SMCA).
ADVANCED ENGLISH LANG PGMDesigned for students who need to improve their language skills, with an emphasis on speaking and writing.
ADVANCED LOGISTICS OFFICERSpecial Information: Prerequisites - Major-LtCol. Convenes 2 times per year.
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT PROGA study of the elements of IRM from the perspective of the senior IRM official. The information resources and policy component of the AMP is concerned with the theory, principles, and practice of IRM, and their application in the current management environment.
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT TNGNot a training course - MASL established for Saudi student attending Cornell University in NY (funding purposes)
ADVANCED MILITARY STUDIESMilitary science and theory, military art and doctrine, preparing for war, joint and combined operations. Studies the history and scope of war from antiquity to the present. Examines current and future issues of operational concepts and doctrine.
ADVANCED NCO DEVELOPMENTDesigned to introduce cadets to artillery basic combat skills. During the fire support phase of the training, students learn call for fire procedures, fire support planning, reconnaissance, selection and occupation of a position, aiming circle procedures, etc.
ADVANCED PRIME MOVERSThis course teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to perform checks, service inspections, troubleshooting, advanced maintenance upkeep, tune-ups and repair on Gasoline, Diesel, and Gas Turbine Engines that are used in AGE equipment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
ADVANCED PROSTHODONTICSPurpose: Help board eligible candidates prepare for comprehensive oral exam by reviewing all areas of oral medicine.
ADVANCED SUPPLY MANAGEMENTProvides training for Air Force supply officers and senior enlisted personnel in the knowledge and skills needed to perform duties of a supply manager in the Air Force supply system. Includes development of supply policy and enhancements, systems management, stockage and retention policy, resource management, mission support and weapon system management, wartime/contingency planning, manpower and personnel, facilities management, fuels management, supply studies and analysis, and future directions of the Air Force supply system.
ADVANCED SYSTEMS PLAN RD&EThe advanced systems planning, research, development and engineering course (ASPRDEC) for senior-level DoD personnel uses a facilitated scenario. This allows participants to improve their competence in the technical management.
AE - AVIONICS COMMON CORETo provide selected enlisted Navy and Marine Corps personnel with basic knowledge and skills in aviation fundamentals and electricity/electronics. Successful completion of this course does not provide the trainees with sufficient knowledge to be designated in any avionics rating, NEC, or MOS. This knowledge will enable them to assimilate further avionics maintenance fundamentals training.
AE - O LEVEL STRANDTo provide selected students with fundamental knowledge and skills required to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Naval aircraft electrical and electronic instrument systems under limited supervision. Course is designed to prepare them for entry into further training in specific platforms. School completion qualifies the student as an Aviation Electrician's Mate striker.
AERIAL DELIVERY & MAT OFFLeadership, supervision, and management skills required for inspecting, packing, rigging, recovering, storing, and maintaining air item equipment.
AERIAL PHOTO EVALUATION
AEROGRAPHERS MATE CLASS A1Prerequisites: Successful completion of course E3AQR1W031 000, Weather Observer. ECL 70 SA
AEROMEDICAL APPRENTICEPrerequisites: Civilians performing duties in physical examinations and standards and flight medicine must send one copy of their current AF Form 1378, Civilian Personnel Position Description, to HQ USAFSAM/EC for approval to attend the course. ECL 80 SA.
AEROMEDICAL EVAC TECHNPrepares airmen for medical flight crew duties in aeromedical evacuation units. Enables graduates to perform the following duties: care for patients evacuated by air and prepare aircraft to receive patients; assist in patient enplaning and deplaning; use of oxygen equipment, ventilators, and other equipment used in the aeromedical environment; assist with patient in-flight management in a wartime environment, accomplish aeromedical evacuation administrative and operational procedures; and employ survival and life support principles, procedures, equipment, and techniques.
AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION OFFProvide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as a medically trained AMEDD aviator.
AEROMEDICAL/ *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.
AERONAUTICAL ENGR (PHD)Prerequisites: Master's degree in aeronautical engineering. Completion of the aptitude test of the GRE is required. ECL 80.
AERONAUTICAL ENGR/GRADPrerequisites: Bachelor's degree in aeronautical, mechanical, or astronautical engineering. Completion of the aptitude test of the GRE is required.
AEROSP MED II-RESIDENCYObjectives: Prepare selected flight surgeons to accomplish all aspects of the practice of aerospace medicine, to be authorities in the field of aerospace medicine, and to be certified as specialists in aerospace medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine.
AEROSP PROP APR (T/T ENG)Primarily uses T56-A-7A and support equipment to teach operation, removal, disassembly, inspection, repair, test and installation of hydraulically operated propellers, controls, and accessories. Operating principles, engine change, adjustments and conditioning of turboprop engine and systems. Disassembly, inspection, repair, and assembly of turboprop engine. Emphasis in ground safety practices, associated ground support equipment, electrical fundamentals, technical publications, and familiarization with organizational and intermediate maintenance, maintenance forms, and maintenance documentation, and man-hour accounting as applicable to engine and propeller maintenance. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes.
AEROSP PROP APR CONVENTNLPrimarily uses TF33, TF39, and F108 engines and support equipment to teach technical orders, engine preparation, support equipment, preliminary maintenance procedures, core automated maintenance system, and standard base supply system. Includes flightline maintenance procedures; engine removal and installation; fan section maintenance; engine plumbing; removal, inspection, and installation of engine accessories; and rigid borescope operation. Some tasks taught in this course will be task certified. Use of technical and standard publications for maintenance is practiced throughout. Safety is integrated throughout the course.
AEROSPACE GRD EQ TECHNDiagnosis of unusual malfunctions and determination of proper maintenance procedures to correct such malfunctions; perform difficult repair of aircraft ground support equipment, such as diesel engines, diesel and turbine driven generator sets, equipment coolers (air-conditioners), air compressors, heaters, hydraulic test stands, gas turbine compressors, bomblifts, and load banks; and operate related diagnostic and test equipment. This course is designed to train AGE technicians SSgt and above.
AEROSPACE GRD EQUIP APRCourse is principally centered on and designed for training personnel to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair aerospace ground equipment systems in an on-equipment environment, in support of aircraft maintenance and operations. Specific training includes electrical/electronic principles, basic system theory of operation, system components, component removal and installation, system operation, introduction to maintenance concepts, inspection and maintenance systems; core automated maintenance systems (CAMS), supply discipline, general flight line maintenance practices, use of technical publications, common handtools, special electrical/test equipment, maintenance documentation, forms, and equipment familiarization and use, soldering techniques, hardware, safety wiring, foreign object damage (FOD) prevention, corrosion control, safety as it applies to the AGE Air Force specialty code (AFSC), career progression, security, hazardous materials and waste handling. Special Requirements: Protective foot wear (safety-toed shoes).
AEROSPACE GRND EQUIP (AGE)This course provides selected airmen with the necessary training to perform checks, service inspection, troubleshooting, general maintenance upkeep, and minor repair of powered support equipment, in a safe and productive manner. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AEROSPACE MAINT APPR C135Prerequisites: ECL 70.
AEROSPACE MEDICINE PRIMARYTrains medical officers to perform duties as flight surgeons and to accomplish the objectives of the USAF Aerospace Medicine Program. Provides the student with the knowledge and skills required for the treatment and proper administrative disposition of aircrew members and for assuming the responsibilities of a general preventive medical member of the bioenvironmental engineering, occupational medicine, and military public health teams. Includes review of the clinical medical topics important in aerospace medicine; i.e., otolaryngology, audiology, ophthalmology, internal medicine, neurology, psychiatry, etc., with emphasis on particular applications of these specialty areas in aerospace medicine; instruction and experience in the physiology of altitude and acceleration; employment of survival/life support principles and equipment; instruction in aircraft accident investigation; the administrative requirements of aeromedical services and in the application of physical standards to the patient population for which the flight surgeon is responsible. Orientation to flying in a current inventory trainer aircraft and training in the human centrifuge are also provided when equipment is available.
AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY APRProvides knowledge and basic skills to perform entry-level duties as an enlisted aerospace physiology apprentice. Training includes basic facts and terms about aerospace physiology, physiology fundamentals, operation of hyperbaric chambers and supporting equipment, other physiological training devices, personal life support equipment, administrative procedures of physiological training, aircraft emergency escape, cabin pressurization, and briefings on specialized aspects of MAJCOM aerospace physiology programs.
AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY SUPVRFor physiological training of NCOs actively working in Physiological Training Program. Familiarizes student with innovations and recent developments in aviation physiology; reviews management policies, procedures, and problems; proposes more effective physiological training programs through improved management of resources; facilitates coordination between top-level physiological training managers.
AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY (SATP)Provides the knowledge to perform duties as an aerospace physiologist. Course material includes: principles and application of aviation physiology, science of the earth's atmosphere, operation and maintenance of low pressure chambers and associated equipment, ejection seat trainer, night vision trainer, swing landing trainer, and parachute landing fall trainer, applicability of aircrew life support equipment, forms and publications used in career field, instructional aids and other communicative skills, introduction to human factors, and aircraft accident investigative techniques. Students undergo low-pressure chamber, ejection seat training, and perform duties at each crew position on the low-pressure chamber. Graduates are prepared to instruct flight personnel per AFI 11-403, Aerospace Physiological Training Program.
AERSP PROPULSION SHOP MGTPrerequisites: AFSC 2A671A, 2A671B; SSgt through MSgt or civilian equivalent. ECL 70.
AF CLAIMS/TORT LITIGATIONPrerequisites and Selection: Selection is made by the Judge Advocate General, USAF, from individuals serving or selected to serve as claims officers or first-level supervisors engaged in claims and tort litigation activities. Selectees are in the grades of first lieutenant through lieutenant colonel (officer), staff sergeant through chief master sergeant (NCO), and GS-5 through GS-13 (civilian).
AF ON-SCENE COMDRS COURSEProvides training on techniques and procedures necessary to effectively perform command and control functions during emergency and contingency situations involving aircraft, munitions, and hazardous material accidents and incidents, and natural disaster situations.
AF SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT CRSPrerequisites: Attendance is restricted to lieutenant colonels, colonels, and GS/GM-15s.
AF TECH ORDERS (GEN) **FTDProvides training on the different types of technical orders, the different types of technical order files, the correct use of technical order forms, and procedures used to update technical orders
AFIT INTL OFF PREP CRSPrepares international officers to participate in graduate education programs at the Air Force Institute of Technology. Instruction centers on contributing to responsible defense resource management, fostering an understanding of democracy and civilian rule of law, improving military justice systems, promoting internationally recognized human rights, resource methodology, and computer and mathematics refresher training. The course will assist the students in acquiring an understanding of democracy, military justice, and human rights. Designed to meet individual student needs by providing course work at a level based on the individual's language fluency. The majority of class time is devoted to lectures and seminars with civilian or military instructors. Field trips provide students with insights into US institutions, society, and ideals. A sponsor program assists students in becoming acquainted with the civilian and military communities.
AGE REPAIR/ *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.
AGOS CLOSE AIR SPT (CASC)Field training courses modified to acquaint field personnel with specific weapon systems and subsystems.
AH-1 AIRFRAME SYS ORG MNTUpon completion of this course, Aviation Airframes Mechanics will have acquired sufficient knowledge and skills of the Airframes and Hydraulic systems to include operation, troubleshooting, component removal, inspection, and reinstallation procedures to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.
AH-1 AVIATOR QUAL COURSEAcademic and flight instruction in aircraft systems, normal and emergency procedures, combat skills and aerial gunnery in the AH-1.
AH-1 COMBINED MAINTENANCEUpon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of general maintenance practices, and safety precautions.
AH-1 COMM/NAV/IDENT OMAUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electronic Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the H-1 Communication, Navigation, Identification, and Related Systems to include operation, test procedures, and maintenance procedures to perform, under close supervision, organizational level maintenance in the squadron working environment.
AH-1 ELEC SYS INTER MAINTUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the H-1 Electrical Systems operational procedures, test procedures, and maintenance procedures to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance in the Intermediate Maintenance Activity.
AH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATORAH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Indiantown Gap, PA.
AH-1 WIRE BUNDLE REP OMAUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electrician Mates, Aviation Electronic Technicians, Aviation Fire Control Technicians, and Aviation Ordnancemen will have sufficient knowledge of Wire Bundle Repair of H-1 aircraft, including the use of wire data diagrams and repair publications, to perform organizational maintenance of wire bundles under close supervision in the squadron working environment.
AH-1/F IP QUALAcademic, maintenance, flight, and gunnery instruction to qualify the student in standardized training and MOI in the AH-1F IAW THE ATP, FTG, TC 1-213, and the applicable regulations and publications.
AH-1F ACFT ARM MAINT TECHMonitors inspection of the AH-1 Attack Helicopter weapons systems and components before, during, and after maintenance; evaluates operational readiness; recommends proper aircraft configuration control; ensures compliance with directives, technical manuals, etc.
AH-1F ARM/MSL SYSTEMS RPRProvides the student with the mechanical, electrical, and electronic skills and knowledge necessary to maintain, test, troubleshoot, and repair aircraft weapon systems, components, and fire control systems and components.
AH-1F ATTACK HELO REPAIRERPerforms the duties of a crew chief and performs maintenance on the AH-1 helicopters at AVUM or AVIM facilities; removes and installs subsystem assemblies and subsystem components, services and lubricates helicopters and subsystems, schedules inspections.
AH-1F MAINT TEST PILOTThis course is designed to train unit pilots that are designated for full time or part time status to perform duty as maintenance test pilots. This course will provide information and training on AH-1 maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.
AH-1F NVG QUALIFICATIONAQC: academic and flight instruction for initial NVD qualification.
AH-1W INST UNDER TRNG(IUT)Provides selected elements of AH-1W flight training curriculum, to include ground school, simulator, and flight hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on selected aircraft systems and components. Goal is to develop ability to train other aircrew personnel in safe operation and maintenance of AH-1W.
AH-1W PILOT COMBAT CAPABLEProvides selected elements of AH-1W flight training curriculum, to include ground school, simulator, and flight hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on all aircraft systems and components. Goal is to develop proficiency in skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions.
AH-1W PWRTRNS/ROTORS OMAUpon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge for the AH-1W Helicopter powertrains, rotors and related systems, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, safety precautions, testing and troubleshooting procedures, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.
AH-1W TOW HF C/D SYS OMAUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians Mates will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the AH-1W Tow Hellfire Control and Display System, including component/system description, operation, inspection, troubleshooting, and repair, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.
AH-1W TURRET SYS INTER MNTUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians will have acquired sufficient knowledge/theory of the A/A49E-7(V) Turret System, including system analysis and troubleshooting techniques, to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance in the Intermediate Maintenance Activity.
AH-64 ARAMENT/ELEC SYS REPSkills and knowledge required to maintain, repair and troubleshoot AH-64 aircraft electrical system, components, and AH-64 aircraft weapons/fire control systems; maintenance concepts, preventive maintenance, equipment check out, troubleshooting.
AH-64 ATK HELO RPR (TRANS)Use and preparation of selected forms and records applicable to Army Aviation maintenance; perform AVUM and AVIM tasks, to include component removal, inspection and requisitioning of repair parts; perform visual inspections.
AH-64 AVIATION SPEC PREPProvides academic and procedural training in AH-64 terminology, acronyms and procedures utilized in the AH-64 Qualification course.
AH-64 AVIATOR QUALPilot night vision sensor system, contact flying skills, gunnery, target acquisition and designation sight, and combat skills training.
AH-64 AVN SPEC PREP-NEProvides academic and procedural training in AH-64 terminology, acronyms and procedures utilized in the AH-64 Qualification course.
AH-64 FLIGHT SIMULATORAH-64 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Hood, TX.
AH-64 FLIGHT SIMULATORAH-64 Flight Simulator training USAREUR
AH-64 HELO RPR SUPV ANCOCCommon Leader Training: Leadership, military skills, professional skills, resource management, communicative skills, and training management systems. MOS specific training consisting of maintenance management, supply and logistics, and tactical operations.
AH-64 INSTRUCTOR PILOTCourse consists of flight and academic instruction to qualify rotary-wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64 in methods of instruction to teach and evaluate contact flight, pilot night vision sensory (PNVS) system, target acquisition.
AH-64 IP MOICourse consists of flight and academic instruction to qualify rotary wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64 in methods of instruction to teach and evaluate AH-64 contact flight, night vision systems, weapon systems, and the
AH-64 IP MOI-NETHERLANDSCourse consists of flight and academic instruction to qualify rotary wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64 in methods of instruction to teach and evaluate AH-64 contact flight, night vision systems, weapon systems.
AH-64 IP—NETHERLANDSCourse consists of flight and academic instruction to qualify rotary-wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64 in methods of instruction to teach and evaluate contact flight, pilot night vision sensory (PNVS) system, target acquisition.
AH-64 MAINT TP W/FLY - NETTo provide training on the AH-64 Maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.
AH-64 MAINT TP—W/FLYTo provide training on the AH-64 Maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.
AH-64A ARM/ELEC SYS RPR SUThis course of instruction will provide the student with the skills and knowledge required to supervise, troubleshoot and inspect maintenance performed on the AH-64 Attack Helicopter armament/missile systems and components, to evaluate operational readiness.
AH-64A ARMNT MAINT TECHMonitors inspection of the AH-64 Attack Helicopter weapons systems and components before, during, and after maintenance; evaluates operational readiness; recommends proper aircraft configuration control; ensures compliance with directives, technical manuals.
AH-64A ATTACK HELO RPRCourse trains the student in the use and preparation of selected forms and records applicable to Army aviation maintenance; to perform AVUM and AVIM tasks, to include component removal, installation, and requisitioning of repair parts.
AH-64A AVIONIC MECHANICRestore avionics systems installed in the AH-64A helicopter with the use of electronic equipment and repair procedures, to include performing maintenance operational checks, verifying system malfunctions, identifying faulty wiring, components and line replaceable units.
AH-64D IP MOI-NETHERLANDSCourse consists of flight and academic training in day tactics tasks, to include flight planning, before flight, basic flight, approach/landing, emergency, tactical flight, and after-landing tasks. Academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of tactical flight instruction. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable the student to teach subjects in tactics.
AID POSITIONINGThis course trains enlisted personnel (E-4 to E-9) to serve in aid positioning-responsible billets afloat, District staffs, and on aids to navigation teams. The training consists of classroom lectures and practical exercises covering, use of the Automated Aid Positioning System (AAPS) software, determining accuracy classifications, evaluating fix results, using the Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS), and computer use and maintenance.
AIDS TO NAV MINOR ADVANCEDThis course is designed to provide training in the proper operation, installation, and preventive and corrective maintenance of selected standard Coast Guard 120 volt (AC) aids to navigation equipment, as well as standard Coast Guard 12 volt (DC) fog signal equipment. The training consists of classroom lectures and laboratories involving operation, assembly, installation, and troubleshooting.
AIDS TO NAV MINOR MAINTThis course provides basic training in the installation, troubleshooting, operation, and maintenance of 12 volt DC minor aids to navigation, test equipment, and safety procedures. The course curriculum includes functional theory, operational principles, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting procedures, and maintenance and repair safety precautions.
AIDS TO NAV OFFICER BASICThis course provides commissioned officers (O-1 through O-3), warrant officers, and civilians with entry-level training in aids to navigation. The training consists of classroom lectures and practical exercises including the proper operations and maintenance of selected equipment, buoy deck equipment and operations, aid positioning, legal case studies, waterway analysis and management, ATON administration, and case studies of selected unit mishaps.
AIMS MK XII IFF SYS MTTo provide technical preventive and corrective maintenance training on the AIMS MK-12 IFF System for personnel assigned to afloat units.
AIR ASSAULT COURSEThe course teaches Air Assault skills, techniques, and procedures, and qualifies soldiers for the Air Assault Qualification badge. The proponent is ACof S, GS/DOT.
AIR ASSAULT COURSE-WESTCOM
AIR BASE COMBAT ENGINEERNGDiscontinued course
AIR BASE OPERABILITYPrerequisites: ABO officers without prior disaster preparedness experience, E-6 and above or civilian counterpart assigned to ABO positions, or those tasked to work ABO projects (civil engineers, EOD chiefs, exercise evaluation team chiefs, etc.). ECL 80.
AIR CAP HELO FIREFIGHTINGTo exercise an experienced and organized helicopter fire fighting team assigned to such ships as LPD and smaller.
AIR COMD & STAFF COLLEGEACSC educates mid-career 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 practice 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).
AIR DEF ARTILLERY BNCOCConducted in a 24 hour-a-day NCO Academy environment and includes training on leadership, tactics, communications, nuclear, biological and chemical, common leader training, and training management.
AIR DEF ARTY OFF ADVTopics of leadership and ethics, orientation on the array of ADA weapon systems, preparing for war, preparation for battery commander and battalion staff duties, war fighting skills integrating how-to-fight, SHORAD/HAWK/PATRIOT, combined arms.
AIR DEPLOYMENT PLANNINGInstruction for personnel on the responsibilities of unit air movements; strategic airlift operations overview; automated air movement documentation systems; hazardous cargo by air; planning operations and manifesting; preparation of equipment and personnel.
AIR INTELLIGENCEThis course trains personnel who will perform or assist in the performance of air intelligence analysis duties. The various lectures/discussions are coupled with individual and group presentations and exercises to prepare the students for operational intelligence. Block I - Principles of Intelligence (63 hours) - Students will learn the functions of an operational air intelligence organization to include: establishing the requirements for security, discussing basic Air Force missions within each unit, learning the intelligence process and the intelligence structure or organization; and learning to conduct a wide variety of intelligence briefings. Students will learn the framework of establishing an operational intelligence office. Block II - Intelligence Skills (55 hours) - Students will learn some basic computer skills necessary to perform their intelligence duties. They will learn to recognize aerospace, ground, naval, air defense weapon systems, and learn to brief intelligence analysis from a variety of intelligence reports. Numerous exercises using these skills will prepare them for various intelligence tasks needed when conducting war scenarios. Block III - Maps, Charts, Geodesy, Order of Battle (66 hours) This phase instructs the students on order-of- battle preparation by discussing symbology and having the students build complete order-of-battle displays. Students will learn to analyze common general trends in order-of-battle tracking essential in the support of intelligence operations. They will read and plot geographic coordinates, geographic reference coordinates, an universal transverse macerator coordinates. Exercises using coordinates, distance and direction, universal mean time, and military symbology. Block IV - Combat Intelligence Operations (92 hours) - In this phase they discuss the duties and responsibilities of an intelligence officer to include mission planning, targeting process, target analysis/ applications, penetration analysis, threat assessment, combat folder preparations, survival evasion, resistance and escape, and search and rescue in both peacetime and wartime. Specific combat briefings, intelligence training and the intelligence estimate are conducted. The final topic will be for students to organize themselves into a cohesive intelligence unit performing their intelligence duties during a scenario for a contingency exercise. They will use the order-of-battle material previously generated and exercise messages from higher headquarters, thus consolidating all the skills learned throughout the course. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AIR INTERCEPT CONTR MODULETo train selected senior enlisted personnel in the duties, responsibilities, and skills required of Combat Air Intercept Controllers, especially to: analyze and transmit to the interceptor aircrew the necessary tactical information required to perform their mission in both the combat and training environments in accordance with current fleet doctrine and directives; advise command during the planning stages of anti-air warfare on the capabilities, limitations, and employment of current U.S. and threat aircraft and associated weapon systems in accordance with current tactical manuals and threat intelligence; and, inform command of mission progress and aircraft status on a continuing basis using standard Navy phraseology and appropriate brevity code words.
AIR INTERCEPT CONTROLLERPURPOSE: To train selected senior enlisted personnel in the duties, responsibilities, and skills required of Combat Air Intercept Controllers, especially to: analyze and transmit to the interceptor aircrew the necessary tactical information required to perform their mission in both the combat and training environments in accordance with current fleet doctrine and directives; advise command during the planning stages of anti-air warfare on the capabilities, limitations, and employment of current U.S. and threat aircraft and associated weapon systems in accordance with current tactical manuals and threat intelligence; and, inform command of mission progress and aircraft status on a continuing basis using standard Navy phraseology and appropriate brevity code words.
AIR INTERCEPT CONTROLLERTo train selected senior enlisted personnel in the duties, responsibilities, and skills required of Combat Air Intercept Controllers, especially to: analyze and transmit to the interceptor aircrew the necessary tactical information required to perform their mission in both the combat and training environments in accordance with current fleet doctrine and directives; advise command during the planning stages of anti-air warfare on the capabilities, limitations, and employment of current U.S. and threat aircraft and associated weapon systems in accordance with current tactical manuals and threat intelligence; and, inform command of mission progress and aircraft status on a continuing basis using standard Navy phraseology and appropriate brevity code words.
AIR MOBILITY OPERATION CRSPrerequisites: Officers, Maj and Lt Col with limited provisions for Capt and Col, civilians, and senior NCOs who are assigned or en route to air mobility operations. Training is applicable to MAJCOM, NAF wing, and squadron levels (including operations and support commanders); installation, base, division, and higher headquarters personnel; and personnel assigned to liaison positions within AMC. ECL 80 SR.
AIR SUPPORT CONTROL OFFProvides initial training to officers in the operations of the Direct Air Support Center (DASC) and Air Support Radar Team (ASRT). This course provides students with a thorough knowledge of air support, assault supports and techniques of their employment in the Fleet Marine Forces. Instruction places emphasis on the ASRT and the DASC as well as employment of the entire Marine Air Command and Control System. Embarkation, installation, and concept of employment of the DASC and ASRT, including operations in an electronic warfare environment are also addressed.
AIR TFC CNTRL FACILITY MGTPrerequisites: Officer with AFSC 1611, 1616, 1634A, or 1634B. NCOs in grade SSgt or above with AFSC 27270/90 or 27200. NCOs must have at least 4 years of experience in the air traffic control career field.
AIR TRAF CNTRL RADAR SPECLPrerequisites: ECL 70.
AIR TRAF CONTROL OPERATORBasic, VFR, IFR control tower/radar control rules, regulations, concepts, procedures, and techniques; flight following; and tactical ATC equipment.
AIR TRAF CTRL RBS IFF MAINProvides technical instruction for students being trained in Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System, Identification Friend or Foe, Mark XII System (AIMS) repair on interrogator AN/UPX-27, Decoder AN/UPA-60, RF Switch AN/UPA-61, TSEC/KI-1A computer, and ancillary equipment. This course encompasses the overall concept of operation, installation, operational adjustments, interrelation of subassemblies, and circuitry peculiar to the AIMS equipment. It includes corrective and preventive maintenance procedures, use of test equipment, reading and interpretation of schematics, logic diagrams, and the use of technical manuals.
AIR TRAFFIC CONTRL AC A1To provide selected Navy enlisted and Marine Corps aviation enlisted and officer personnel with the basic tower and radar control knowledge to meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for certification and the technical knowledge which, when followed by the appropriate practical application and experience, will lead to the fulfillment of the technical requirements at the apprentice entry level for the air traffic controller.
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL FUNDAviation weather, air navigational aids, flight information publications, communications procedures, flight assistance service, flight regulations, aircraft characteristics, airport control tower operations, and radar approach control operations.
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL/ *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.
AIR TRANSPORTATION APRTrains personnel in the techniques, functions, responsibilities, and duties pursuant to air cargo and air passenger handling. Instruction incorporates training on both manual and automated cargo, mail, and passenger processing systems. Covers originating, in-transit, and terminating cargo and passenger processing operations; storage and warehousing of general cargo, mail, and hazardous material; aircraft loading and offloading procedures for cargo, passengers, and baggage; originating, in-transit, and terminating aircraft fleet services operations; scheduling of cargo and personnel for air movement, and principles of customer relations and communications are introduced. Includes preparation and maintenance of records for all cargo and passenger movement activities.
AIR WAR COLLEGEFocus is on developing senior 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, air power, 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 air power, 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.
AIRBORNEDon and adjust the main and reserve parachutes and individual parachutist equipment; respond to jump commands inside an aircraft; control the body after jumping from an aircraft until parachute opening shock; control the parachute during descent; execute landing.
AIRBORNE COMM SYS SPECSanitized version of AF AWACS mission crew training syllabus, created specifically for Japan. (Airborne Communications Systems)
AIRBORNE MSN SYS SPEC JRNYThis course represents "Day One" of a crewmember's flying career. The mission of the course is to prepare enlisted personnel for their transition to a career in aviation.
AIRBORNE RADAR SPECIALISTPrerequisites: ECL 80 SR.
AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN RPRProvides instructions for repair personnel of aircraft electrical systems, which cover maintenance, basic electronics training, testing, troubleshooting, and repair of aircraft electrical systems; the CH-47 extended range fuel system; and the external stores.
AIRCRAFT MAINT OFFICER CRSThis course prepares officers for duties as supervisors of aircraft maintenance activities at wing level. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AIRCRAFT 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.
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE OFFManagement and supervision of aircraft maintenance and munitions activities; principles and concepts of management; personnel; publications; supply; aircraft and munitions forms; maintenance procedures; AFOSH; management information systems, Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS); Munitions Operations and Combat Ammunition System (CAS); principles of flight; aircraft structures; weight and balance, propulsion; and related operating support systems and equipment; conventional and nuclear weapons principles, types, safety, and security; production, planning, and problem solving.
AIRCRAFT MISHAP INVEST.Trains officers and civilians in aircraft mishap investigation techniques and procedures.
AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL RPRMaintenance, repair, and fabrication of aircraft structural members, sheet metal, stress panels, fiberglass, and helicopter rotor blades; identification, usage and maintenance of common, special and precision tools.
AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN CRSThis course teaches the student how to inspect, repair, maintain and service the basic and related equipment of fighter aircraft. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AIRCREW EGRESS SYS APPRPrinciples of operation, removal, disassembly, inspection, repair, adjustment, assembly, and installation of aircrew egress systems and related aerospace ground equipment. Ground safety practices, electrical, pneudraulic, ballistic, and rocket fundamentals. Use of aerospace ground equipment, special tools, technical order system, technical publications, maintenance data collection management, and man-hour reporting. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes.
AIRCREW LIFE SPT APRInspection and maintenance of aircrew life support equipment such as personnel parachutes, torso harness assembly, life rafts, life preservers, survival kits, helmets, oxygen masks, nuclear flash blindness goggles, night vision goggles, and the ground crew/aircrew chemical defense ensemble. Trains use of life support test equipment in inspection and operational check of emergency electronic communication and signaling equipment. Issues, fits, and adjusts aircrew life support equipment. Conducts ground crew/aircrew decontamination procedures training.
AIRCREW LIFE SUPPORT OFCRPrerequisites: AFSC 1T151/71, be a graduate of J3ABR1T131 000, and hold the grade of SrA or higher. Graduates of C4AST92270 005, C3AZR92270 000, C3AZR12270 000, or S-V 8G course may not attend this course. ECL 70.
AIRCREW LIFE SUPPORT OFFPrerequisites: Must be a rated officer selected for or currently assigned to duty as aircrew life support officer. ECL 70.
AIRDROP LOAD INSP CERTTo qualify and provide airdrop load inspector certification for commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel whose duties require the performance of final joint inspections of airdrop loads to be airdropped from aircraft.
AIRFIELD APPROACH LIGHTINGTheory and methods used to establish and maintain airfield approach lighting systems, identification and location of lighting system components and test equipment. Practical experience in the operation, inspection, troubleshooting, and maintenance of system components and equipment.
AIRFIELD MANAGEMENT APRProvides initial training for personnel entering the airfield management career field. Personnel are provided basic skills and knowledge in flight information publications, air operations support, designations of airspace, navigational aids, general flight rules, airfield safety, lighting, markings, inspections, maintenance, hazards, emergency actions, flight planning, passenger processing, communications systems, notice to airmen, weather report interpretation and dissemination, civil aircraft use of Air Force installations, and flight line driving.
AIRFIELD MANAGEMENT CRFTSMProvides advanced training for personnel upgrading to the 7-skill level. Personnel are taught advanced functions pertaining to flight information publications, base support agencies, rules of flight, airfield safety, airfield lighting and marking, airfield management, emergency actions, bird strike hazards reduction program, flight planning section, civil aircraft, and flight line driving program.
AIRFIELD OPERATIONS OFFCRProcedures and skills involved in the operation of air traffic control facilities, aircraft recognition and performance, air navigation aids, weather, air traffic rules, communications procedures, terminal VFR procedures and operations and terminal approach control procedures and operations.
AIRLFT/TANKER/MARITIME NAVJoint flying training course which prepares Air Force, Navy, and international graduates of course J-NB-PR for navigator or naval flight officer duties in airlift, tanker, transport, and patrol MWSs. Training consists of academics, simulator, and flight training in navigation systems and procedures, and celestial, global, and maritime navigation.
AIS SECURITY STRATEGIES
AK-A1-SCHThe Aviation Storekeeper (A) course is designed to provide non-rated Navy personnel (E1-E3), fleet input/conversion personnel and international students with technical knowledge and skills essential for effective performance as an Aviation Storekeeper, under supervision of a qualified Aviation Storekeeper at job entry level with the fleet.
ALC ALP SCHOLARSHIPThis MASL is established for students who receive an AF ALP Scholarship and is used for funding purposes only. Basically, training is the same as MASL D177008, D177009, or D177026. All students will complete aviation SET; students who do not have their required ECL must attend General English; students who do not have their required OPI must attend the OPSAV course.
ALC FOR EXPER INSTRSThis course is designed for experienced instructors who have not previously attended the BALIC. The course will provide an in-depth review and will explanation of the ALC materials. Innovative teaching strategies in the ALC will be closely examined and practiced through peer teaching. The course will also introduce the students to a broad spectrum of American culture, including history, government, social institutions, the arts, and manners and moves, through a series of seminars which they will lead themselves. These seminars will afford them extensive opportunities to improve their English. Cultural tours, which support the themes and functions in the ALC, are included in the design of the course. In addition, a number of videotaped teaching demonstrations of DLIELC instructors using the new materials, as well as a number of scheduled visits to DLIELC classrooms, will provide the students with the opportunity to see the materials in action.
ALLIED OFF PREP-INF OACU.S. Army organization and operations; staff organization and procedures; operation order; U.S. military organization and graphic representation; map reading; effective writing and speaking; legal subjects; medical subjects; weapons.
ALLIED TRADES TECH WO ADVWarrant Officer Senior Training students will be instructed in common military subjects which apply to all allied trade specialties, supply management, and maintenance management.
ALLIED TRADES TECH WO BASIWarrant officer professional development subjects; common technical subjects; ordnance common subjects; machine shop operations; welding; metal body repair, and canvas repair.
AM A1 CORETo provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aviation Structural Mechanics (Hydraulics and Structures). This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation activities, both afloat and shore, under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.
AM O LEVEL STRNDThis course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aviation Structural Mechanic (Hydraulics and Structures). This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation organizational activities, both afloat and shore, under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.
AME - EGRESS STRANDThis course is designed to provide selected Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of egress systems operation, maintenance and safety. This knowledge will enable them to perform at fleet and shore activities, performing organizational maintenance task under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.
AME -AVIASTR MECH E C/COREThis course is designed to provide selected Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of environmental systems operation, maintenance and safety. This knowledge will enable them to perform at fleet and shore activities, performing organizational maintenance task under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.
AMEDD ADV NURSING LEADERSHTo prepare Army Nurse Corps officers and Department of the Army civilian registered nurses to function in advanced leadership and management positions within the Army Medical Department. This course provides executive leadership skills content.
AMEDD HEAD NURSE LEAD DEVTo prepare Army Nurse Corps officers and Department of the Army civilian registered nurses to function in mid-level leadership and management positions in AMEDD facilities and activities. This course provides executive skills content.
AMEDD NCO BASICProvides selected AMEDD Non-Commissioned Officers with the skills and knowledge to: perform duties appropriate to the rank of SSG; apply relevant principles, concepts, and techniques of resource management to resolve problems.
AMEDD NCO(B) (NCOES)The MOS-specific portion of the course trains veterinary food inspection NCOs to provide quality leadership in the management of food products, budgets, workload, personnel, and logistical resources; procurement, surveillance, and deterioration.
AMEDD OBC ALL CORPS (AN)To provide performance-oriented training to newly commissioned AMEDD officers in the following corps: AMSC, ANC, DC, MC, MSC, and VC. A core course covering Army Military Qualification Standards (MQS) II (Lieutenant's) tasks and AMEDD corps specific tasks.
AMEDD OBC ALL CORPS (MS)The course is divided into three modules: Preparatory, Common Core, and Track. The Preparatory Module is for those students with NO prior military experience (i.e., prior service, ROTC, OCS, etc.).
AMEDD OFFICER ADVANCEDThe AMEDD Officer Advanced Course (OAC) provides general and specific advanced military education level (MEL) 6 training for AMEDD officers. The intent is preparation for command, leadership, and staff positions of greater responsibility.
AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSEThis course is variable in length (minimum 10 weeks), includes SET, and may be scheduled to start on any week.
AMERICAN LANGUAGE CRSNavy MASL used to program DLI ELT
AMMO ADMINTo train personnel assigned to ammunition administrative duties to requisition and turn-in ammunition and ammunition components, prepare and maintain ammunition records, and to prepare ammunition transaction reports.
AMMO DEMILITARIZATIONThis course provides training for ammunition personnel in the various methods, procedures, and techniques of performing ammunition demilitarization. Course curriculum provides current technical procedures and safety requirements for demilitarization.
AMMO QUALITY SYSTEMSThis course provides training to ammunition personnel in the theories and practical applications of evaluating the quality of ammunition through the use of process control techniques and acceptance sampling procedures necessary for effective management.
AMMO SPECIALIST-BNCOCBasic leadership skills and military subjects required by the section/squad leader to train and lead in the Air/Land Battle environment. Ammunition compatibility and quantity distance standards, ammunition storage, re-warehousing, segregation operations.
AMMO STORAGEThis course is designed to provide basic information and training in the use and application of governing regulations and procedures for safety and security of ammunition and explosives in storage. The training includes principles in ammunition storage.
AMMO SUPPLYThis course is designed to expand the understanding of basic level ammunition supply procedures for enrollees. It also provides a comprehensive overview of ammunition supply systems and organizations associated with the requisition and issue.
AMMO TECH WO BASICConventional ammunition, storage operations, Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) level one, three, four, and Division Ammunition Office (DAO) operations, Logistics Applications of Automated Marking and Reading Symbols (LOGMARS), and Training Ammunition.
AMMUNITION LIFE CYCLE MGTThis course provides a basic knowledge of the concepts of life cycle management as applied to ammunition. Course content contains an introduction to the concepts of logistics management with emphasis in the ammunition area.
AMMUNITION SPECIALISTPerform identification of ammunition, fire and chemical hazard symbol identification, ammunition publications, destruction of unserviceable ammunition, ammunition issue, receipt, storage, handling, re-warehousing, transportation, and inventory operations.
AMPB AIR TRAF CNTRL CEN OPTo provide selected Air Traffic Control personnel with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform amphibious air traffic control operations readiness, watch station, and system operation functions during amphibious air operation evolutions.
AMPHIB PLAN SR OFF-INTLTo provide senior international officers with an understanding of joint Navy/Marine Amphibious force concepts and procedures required for planning an amphibious operation. The course includes introductory instruction in both naval and landing force amphibious organizations, doctrine, equipment, tactics, communications, employment of supporting arms and logistical support of an amphibious operation. Follow-on instruction is then provided in joint naval/landing force amphibious planning concepts and procedures and culminates with students developing an amphibious plan in support of a major amphibious operation.
AMPHIB WARFARE INDOCTo provide a comprehensive indoctrination in amphibious operations, to include planning, ship-to-shore movement, supporting arms, tactical air, and landing force organization and functions in order to prepare officers and selected U.S. Armed Forces enlisted personnel E-5 through E-9 to carry out shipboard and staff assignments adequately and with comprehension of purpose.
AMPHIB WARFARE SCHOOL USMCProvides intermediate level professional education for Marine captains to prepare them for duties through the grade of lieutenant colonel with emphasis on command and staff duties at battalion/squadron level and staff duties at regiment/group and Marine amphibious brigade level.
AMRAAM - EODTo train selected International Military students in the operation and render safe procedures for a specifically requested guided missile.
AN/AAR-47 MWS INT MAINTUpon completion of this course, Avionics Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the AN/AAR-47 Missile Warning Set (MWS) theory of operation, test procedures, maintenance procedures and 3M documentation to perform, under supervision, intermediate maintenance and repair in the IMA/AIMD working environment.
AN/ALE-39 CDS INT MAINTPURPOSE: Upon successful completion of this course, Avionics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance on the AN/ALE-39 Countermeasures Dispensing System, in the IMA working environment.
AN/ALQ-131 O/I MAINTENANCEPrerequisites: AFSC 2A2X2. ECL 80.
AN/ARC 164 UHF RADIOThis course is for the electronics technician who has completed the Electronics Fundamentals and Avionics Communications/Navigation Equipment courses or equivalents. It covers system familiarization, inspection, operation, block diagram and schematic diagram analysis, repair and alignment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AN/ARC 186 VHF RADIOPrerequisites: 1. Physical: Normal color vision. 2. Non-conductive plastic frames are mandatory for students who wear glasses. 3. Students programmed for this course must have completed, as a minimum, the Avionics Communications/Navigation Course, MASL D133060, or equivalent, and 2 years of practical experience is recommended.
AN/ARC-182 (V) COMM EQUIPPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Avionics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the ARC-182 Communication Equipment, including safety, system analysis, and troubleshooting techniques, to perform under minimum supervision, intermediate maintenance in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department working environment using the following test sets: AN/ARM-200A and TS-4110.
AN/ARC186 VHF COMM SYS*FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
AN/ARN-118 TAC INT MAINTPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the AN/ARN-118(V) TACAN System, including theory of operation, troubleshooting techniques and fault isolation, to perform, under limited supervision, intermediate maintenance in the AIMD working environment.
AN/ASW31 AUTO FLT SYS I/MPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians Mates will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the AN/ASW-31 Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS) of the P-3C Aircraft, including circuit analysis, troubleshooting techniques and functional checks, utilizing the Universal Avionics Component Test Set (UACTS), to perform, under close supervision, Intermediate Level Maintenance in the AIMD working environment.
AN/AYK-14(V) DIG DATA I/MPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians (AT) will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge/theory of the AN/AYK-14(V) Digital Data Computer, including testing, troubleshooting, fault isolation and repair, to perform, under close supervision, intermediate level maintenance in the AIMD working environment.
AN/GRN-29, ILS O/I MAINTPrerequisites: AFSC 2E152/72 or equivalent with working knowledge of solid-state devices and digital logic techniques and maintenance experience. ECL 70 SA.
AN/MPN-14K O/I MAINTPrerequisites: AFSC 2E051 and 2E071 or equivalent and solid-state digital circuitry. ECL 70 SA.
AN/SLQ-32(V) OPS INTLTo provide students with the training and simulated operational experience required to operate the AN/SLQ-32(V)2.
This course is designed to provide graduates of EW (A) School and fleet EWs, E2 through E9, with the knowledge and skills required to perform preventive and corrective maintenance actions, with supervision, on AN/SLQ-32A(V)2 Electronic Warfare Systems and peripheral equipment installed aboard ship.
AN/SPS-40C RADAR SET MTTo provide technical preventive and corrective maintenance training on the AN/SPS-40C Radar set.
AN/SPS-49(V) RADAR SET MTTo provide maintenance training on the AN/SPS-49(V)1 Radar Set.
AN/SPS-49(V)5/8 RDR SET MTPurpose: To provide instruction in Technical Maintenance of the AN/SPS-49(V)8 Radar System.
AN/SPS-55 RADAR SET MTTo provide maintenance and repair training for the AN/SPS-55 Radar and AN/WRN-6(V) Global Positioning System (GPS) Navigation Set.
AN/SPS-64V LRG CUT RAD SYSThis equipment-specific course trains students in safety, operation, repair, and maintenance of the AN/SPS-64 radar, RAYCAS ARPA, and high power motors.
AN/SPS-64V SML CUT RAD SYSThis equipment-specific course trains students in safety, operation, repair, and maintenance of the AN/SPS-64 radar and RAYPATH ARPA.
AN/SPS-67(V) MAITo provide maintenance and repair training for the AN/SPS-67(V) Radar and AN/WRN-6(V) Global Positioning System (GPS) Navigation Set.
AN/TRC-170 O//I MAINTPrerequisites: AFSC 2E151/71 (or equivalent) with working knowledge of digital and solid-state devices. Trainees entering this course at a level below that specified cannot be expected to achieve the knowledge and performance level indicated. ECL 70 SA.
AN/TSQ-73 ADA C&C SY OPR/MFunctional, operational, and maintenance procedures for the AN/TSQ-73 Command and Control System; AN/MPQ-50 Pulse Acquisition Radar; and AN/TPX-46 Interrogator Set.
AN/TSQ-73 CMD & CTR OFFThe AN/TSQ-73 command and control officer (non-U.S.) course is designed to provide the allied officer with a general and functional theory of operation, performance of operational checks, fault isolation and maintenance management functions.
AN/UQN-4 ECHO SOUNDER MTTo provide the skills and knowledge necessary to operate and maintain the Sonar AN/UQN-4 Sounding Set and perform preventive and corrective maintenance under normal operating conditions without assistance.
AN/URN-25 TACAN MAINTTo provide Electronic Technicians the training required to maintain and repair the AN/URN-25, the OE-273 and the OE-258 Antennas to the modular level.
AN/URN-25 TACAN MTTo provide Electronic Technicians the training required to maintain and repair the AN/URN-25, the OE-273 and the OE-258 Antennas to the modular level.
AN/USM-406D E/E T/S O/I/MUpon completion of this course, Aviation Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the AN/USM-406C Electronic Equipment Test Set, including operational system analysis, and troubleshooting techniques to perform under close supervision, intermediate level maintenance in the Avionics Intermediate Maintenance Detachment (AIMD) working environment.
AN/USM-604 EETS INT MAINTPURPOSE: Upon successful completion of this course, avionics technicians will have acquired sufficient knowledge of the AN/USM-604 Electrical Equipment Test Set (EETS), including systems software, hardware, operation, maintenance, testing and troubleshooting, and WRA testing, to perform under minimal supervision, intermediate maintenance in the Marine Aviation Logistic Squadron (MALS) working environment.
AN/USM406D ELECT T/S I/MPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the AN/USM-406C Electronic Equipment Test Set, including operational system analysis, and troubleshooting techniques to perform under close supervision, intermediate level maintenance in the Avionics Intermediate Maintenance Detachment (AIMD) working environment.
AN/USM629 EOTS OP I/MUpon completion of this course, the avionics technician will have acquired sufficient knowledge and skills to operate and maintain the AN/USM-629 Electro-Optical Test Set, including testing/troubleshooting and repair of specific Forward Looking Infrared Receiver (FLIR) and Laser Detector/Tracker (LDT) and Navigation FLIR (NAVFLIR) WRAs under limited supervision.
AN/USM636(V) CC INTERM MTUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge to perform AN/USM-636A(V) Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) operation, testing and unscheduled maintenance procedures under minimum supervision in the AIMD working environment.
AN/USM636A CASS ADV MAINTUpon successful completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge to perform AN/USM-636A(V) Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) calibration procedures under minimum supervision in the AIMD working environment.
AN/USM636A CASS CC INT MTUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians Mates will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the MA-1 Compass System, the AN/ASN-50 and the A/A24G-39 Attitude Heading Reference Systems operation, testing and maintenance procedures to safely perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance in the AIMD working environment.
AN/WSN-2 GYROCOMPASS MTProvide Interior Communications Electricians, in pay grades E2 through E7, with the knowledge and skills required to operate, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain the AN/WSN-2 Stabilized Gyrocompass system to the circuit card or subassembly level. 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.
AN/WSN-5 INERT NAV SET MTThe AN/WSN-5 Inertial Navigation System Maintenance Course is designed to provide Interior Communications Electricians, in pay grades E-5 through E-7, with the knowledge and skills required to Operate, Troubleshoot, Repair, and Maintain the AN/WSN-5 Inertial Navigation Set, to the circuit card or subassembly level, OPERATE the OA-7984/UYK I/O Console, OL-267(V)1/UYK DTG and AN/WRN-5A Navigation Satellite Receiver and IDENTIFY faulty or missing analog and/or digital signals required for normal operation of the system. 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.
ANALYTICAL AERIAL TRAINING
ANG ADV ALFT TACTICS 22FHProvides advanced tactics training for MR C-130 crews in combat/hostile environment mission planning and flying. Training includes low-level navigation training, threat analyses, heavy equipment and CDS airdrops, assault landings, aircraft maneuvering, and low altitude awareness training. Flying hours: 22.
ANG SIMULATOR TNG (F16)A/CProvides F-16 simulator training
ANIMAL CARE SPEC (BASIC)
ANNUAL RROD SUBS AND FRAUD
ANTENNA GP APY 1-2 E3**FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ANTITERRORISM INSTR QUALTerrorism and terrorist operations; individual protective measures; hostage survival techniques; and terrorist surveillance detection.
AO - AIRWING STRANDThis course was designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of aviation ordnance. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation squadron activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operational conditions with appropriate supervision.
AO - AV ORD COMMON COREThis course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of aviation ordnance. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operational conditions with appropriate supervision.
APACHE ATTACK HEL SYS RPROperate, self-test, and repair automatic test equipment. Test and repair printed circuit boards and test line replaceable units using ATE.
APN194V RADAR ALT IMPurpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory to perform intermediate maintenance on the AN/APN-194(V) Electronic Altimeter Set including block diagram analysis, troubleshooting, and repair by using applicable test equipment, publications, and safety procedures.
APPLIED CONFIGURATION MGTEnhances the management effectiveness of personnel assigned to, or working directly in support of, the configuration management function in a system program office. Provides students with details of principles and techniques of configuration management, enabling them to simulate configuration management events and documentation. The events covered by the simulations relate to the development and acquisition of items. Actual program documentation (such as the contract, statement of work, contract data requirements list and specifications) are used to involve the students in the simulation problems. Problems include the drafting of a statement of work for a new contract, reviewing specifications before authentication, conducting a combined functional and physical configuration audit, and processing an engineering change proposal through a change control board.
APPLIED MAINT MGT CONCEPTSPrimary consideration will be given to Air Force personnel: officers in grades second lieutenant (fully qualified) through major; enlisted members in grades technical sergeant through chief master sergeant; and civilian members in grades GS-9 through GS-13, or wage grade scale equivalent. Nominees currently assigned or pending assignment to organizational-level maintenance positions in communications/electronics, missile, aircraft, or munitions career fields will have priority for course attendance. One year of experience at the organizational level is required. Personnel in other logistics related career fields or levels of assignment who desire to attend will be approved on a case-by-case basis. ECL 80.
APPR ELEC PWR PRDCTN JRNYMUse of Air Force publications. Safety, hand tools, engine performance test devices and electrical test equipment. Fundamentals of gasoline and diesel engines, hydraulic, and heat transfer principles. Basic electricity and electronic applications. Power generating system maintenance to include engine and control system components, electric generators, electrical switchgear components, and power plant auxiliary equipment. Use of wiring diagrams to troubleshoot and locate defective components. Single and parallel unit operation of prime power plants and standby emergency generators. Operation and maintenance of aircraft arresting barriers. Special Requirements: Electrical hazard safety-toed shoes.
APPRENTICE CID SP AGENTTrains enlisted personnel to the level of probationary CID special agents in the subjects of criminal law, crime scene processing, testimonial evidence, investigations of crimes against persons and property, physical evidence, drug investigation, etc.
APR ACFT STRUCTURAL MAINTPrerequisites: ECL 70 SA.
APR COMM-COMP SYS OPNS SPEProvides students with a solid foundation in microcomputer operations and repair in a single-user, multi-user, and local area network environment. Includes C4 security, operational concepts, hardware and software functions, comm-computer system networks, word processing, spreadsheets, database management systems, Base Communications Center (BCC), network systems theory and operations, equipment control management, multi-user concepts and operation, microcomputer configuration and repair, and data processing center operations.
APR STRUCTURAL SPECIALISTPrerequisites: ECL 70.
ARCHITECTURAL PLANNINGPrerequisites: JOB: Architects, architectural engineers, contract planners, and engineers performing or supervising architectural design or planning assigned to the engineering and environmental planning branch, engineering design section, or environmental and contract planning section, or to the MAJCOM engineering and construction staff. Grade: Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. Education: Bachelor's degree in architecture, architectural engineering, or engineering. Completion of ENG 480, Facility Systems Design, is mandatory for all applicants. ECL 80.
ARCRFT STRUCT MAINT APPRProvides training in repair, replacement, and modification of aircraft and missile airframe structures constructed of aluminum, corrosion resistant steel, titanium, and fiberglass.
ARCTIC SURVIVAL TNGCourse is designed to train aircrew and other designated personnel in the employment of principles, procedures, equipment, and techniques which enable them to survive and be rescued under arctic conditions. Course is mandatory for Eleventh Air Force aircrew members. Course consists of approximately 2 � days academic and 2 � days field training.
ARMAMENT REPAIR SPV BNCOCSupervision of direct support/general support (DS/GS) maintenance, inspection, and evaluation of small arms, tank turrets, improved TOW vehicles turret, self-propelled and towed howitzers.
ARMAMENT REPAIRERReplace, clean, service, and check wear limits of components; inspect, repair, test, balance, adjust and diagnose/troubleshoot systems and components; and obtain wear reading of main gun tube. Common maintenance subjects: publications, maintenance forms, safety, common tools, special tools and equipment, rigging and hoisting procedures.
ARMAMENT RPR TECH WO ADVWarrant Officer Senior Training students will be instructed in common military subjects which apply to all track specialties, supply management, and armament maintenance (including appropriate weapons systems).
ARMAMENT RPR TECH WO BASICWarrant officer professional development subjects; common technical subjects; ordnance common subjects, and technical subjects to include small arms, towed artillery, turret and self-propelled artillery, and fire control systems.
ARMAMENT SYS DIFFER.*DET12Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
ARMAMENT SYSTEM/ *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.
ARMAMENT SYSTEMS TECHNThis course teaches students to: inspect, and maintain aircraft weapon release, rocketry, and gunnery systems, including all related system components; inspect, maintain, repair, and assemble bombs and rockets into complete units; lad and download bombs and rockets and operate loading equipment; assemble and disassemble, inspect, and maintain aircraft firearms; egress system safety, theory of canopy and seat jettison, and familiarization of the egress system found on various types of aircraft. This training will be limited to the T-33, F-5, and A-37.
ARMOR CAPTAINS CAREERTank gunnery, tactical training, logistical and maintenance procedures, training methods and techniques, leadership skills and staff support functions at the battalion and brigade level, using the train the trainer concept.
ARMOR OFF BASIC (M1A1)Individual Training: Physical fitness; 9mm pistol; chemical defense tasks; mounted and dismounted land navigation; MILES training; SINCGARS Radios; radio telephone procedures; tank driving fundamentals; tank crew gunnery skills test. Officer/Leader TRA
ARMOR OFF BASIC (M1A2)Individual training: Physical fitness; 9mm pistol; chemical defense tasks; mounted and dismounted land navigation; MILES training; SINCGARS radios; radio telephone procedures; tank driving fundamentals; tank crew gunnery skills test; TWGSS training.
ARMY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIOThis course is designed to train full-time safety personnel, GS-018/803 series, in the techniques of ground accident investigation which will enable the participant to be able to conduct a complete and accurate investigation of any class of Army ground mishap.
ARMY EXPLOSIVES SFTY STANDThis course provides in-depth training in ammunition explosives safety. Training includes review of publications, databases, and other sources of information from which explosives safety technical data may be extracted; identification of explosives hazards.
ARMY FLIGHT SURGEONProvide the student with the necessary experience, skills and knowledges leading to qualification as an Army Flight Surgeon.
ARMY FORCE MANAGEMENTThe scope of the instruction will include, how to raise, train, and sustain forces. Knowledge gained will include how to determine Army requirements, how to design, develop and structure forces and how to modernize, station and maintain units.
ARMY INTELLIGENCE SEMINAR
ARMY MAINT MGTThe course covers the AMC maintenance development and support role as an integral part of the Army logistics system. It addresses the relationship of maintenance to other logistic functions, the development and satisfaction of materiel requirements, maintenance engineering and maintenance operations.
ARMY RECRUITERThe curriculum is divided into five major segments: Introduction to recruiting, management, eligibility, prospecting, and sales techniques/communications skills. The largest segment is devoted to the study of sales techniques and communications skills.
ARMY SIGNAL SEMINAR
ARMY TNG/BLANKET OPEN END
ARMY WAR COLLEGE (RES CRS)Study the role of landpower, as part of a unified, joint or combined force, in support of the U.S. national military strategy. Prepares selected military officers and civilians for leadership responsibilities in a strategic security environment during wartime and peacetime. Curriculum focuses on national security and strategy issues, concepts and processes; military strategy, plans and operations; theater level warfare and campaign planning; and command, leadership and management.
ARRESTING BARRIERSPrerequisites: AFSCs 3E052/72 or civilian equivalent. Personnel who have attended courses J2ASR54252 000 or J3AZR54252 000 should not attend this course. ECL 70.
ASE TECH ELECTPurpose: Upon successful completion of this course, Aviation Support Equipment Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge to safely apply advanced electrical theory and troubleshooting techniques, under limited supervision, on Support Equipment in the Aviation Intermediate Maintenance Department environment.
ASP HAWK UNIT PERSONNEL
ASP HAWK UNIT TRAINING
ASP I-HAWK UNIT PERSONNEL
ASP I-HAWK UNIT TRAININGAnnual Service Practice I-HAWK unit training for Japan at Fort Bliss, TX
ASP NIKE-HERCULES UNIT PER
ASP NIKE-HERCULES UNIT TNG
ASP PATRIOT UNIT PERSONNEL
ASP PATRIOT UNIT TRAININGAnnual Service Practice PATRIOT unit training for Japan at Fort Bliss, TX
ASP PERSHING UNIT PERS
ASSAULT AMPHIB REPAIR INTRProvides students with requisite technical knowledge, techniques and procedures to enable him to effectively perform and supervise repair to AAV's and their associated subassemblies and components at the third and fourth with limited fifth echelon maintenance. Additional training and utilization is provided on the employment and utilization of the maintenance and recovery capabilities of the AAVR7A1.
ASSAULT AMPHIB REPRMAN BASProvides entry-level instruction in the maintenance skills necessary to repair assault amphibian vehicles at the organizational level. The course emphasizes first and second echelon maintenance and related administrative forms. Additional instruction involves communications operations, basic operation of the vehicle, and organizational maintenance of electrical systems, hydraulic systems, power plant, fuel systems, weapons station, and vehicle inspections, and operation of the AAVR7A1.
ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN CREWMANProvides students with basic skills necessary to serve as assault amphibian vehicle crewman. Include: instruction in Introduction to amphibious vehicles: roles and missions, capabilities and limitations, unit organization, safety considerations, vehicle description and systems, and related publications; Communications: equipment description and capabilities, radio procedures, preventive maintenance of the AAVP7A1, conducting before, during and after operational checks (including water checks, track and suspension and daily preventive maintenance); Vehicle operations and safety: basic land driving, water driving, battlefield movement techniques, ship to shore movements, surf driving, emergency evacuation procedures, vehicle recovery, vehicle safety procedures, and camouflage; General subjects: emergency vehicle destruction, dogging procedures, service life jackets, CBR unit, infrared periscope, land and beach obstacles, markers and camouflage; Armament station: 40/50 unguided weapon station, armament station operation, preventive maintenance requirements, field-strip, clean, install, minor boresight, and fire the M-2.50 caliber machine gun and the 40MM, MK19 machine gun.
ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN UNIT LDRProvides advanced instruction on the tactical and technical skills required to assume responsibilities as section leader/platoon sergeant in an assault amphibian vehicle platoon. This course focuses on first-echelon maintenance, pre-deployment training, communications, weapons station, maintenance management, offensive/defensive mechanized operations, fire support coordination, MK 154 mine clearance system, threat tactics, and the AAVC7A1.
ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN VEH OFFSpecial Information: Prerequisites - Second Lieutenant (01). Convenes twice per year (January and April).
ASTRONAUTICAL ENGRG (GRAD)Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in astronautical, aeronautical, mechanical, or electrical engineering. Completion of the aptitude test of the GRE is required.
ATC RDR SPEC GPN20/22MPN14
ATC SYS, SUBSYS EQUIP RPRTactical radar system and communications equipment; fixed based NAVAIDS, ATC communications control systems, audio recorders, receivers and transmitters; associated test equipment; techniques for alignment, adjustment, testing and troubleshooting.
ATP ATSC-FT EUSTIS/COR CRSArmy Training Program Ft Eustis/Correspondence Course
AU CFACC COURSEPrepares flag officers from the U.S. and other countries to function as the combined force air component commander in a joint task force.
AUTO FLT CONTL SYS REP/ *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.
AUTO ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTProvides training to permit students to effectively perform the inspections, diagnostic tests, adjustments, services, and repairs to tactical motor transport equipment that are required to be accomplished at the second and third echelon maintenance levels. This course provides training on Marine Corps maintenance and management systems; technical publications; maintenance related forms and records; common and special tools; automotive test equipment; principles of automotive mechanics; special vehicle maintenance responsibilities related to engines, engine accessory systems, power transmission systems, brake systems, suspension systems, and steering systems; maintenance services peculiar to selected models of special purpose vehicles; removal and installation of major automotive assemblies; scheduled preventive maintenance checks and services and limited technical inspections. The curriculum also includes driver training.
AUTO RIPCORD REL ASSEMBLYPersonnel will receive instruction on procedures for recovery and unit and intermediate maintenance of the FF-2 automatic ripcord release assembly.
AUTO TRANS/TRANSAXLES MNTSInspection, repair, operational testing, troubleshooting, and final adjustment of general purpose vehicle torque converters and automatic transmissions made by major US manufacturers.
AUTOGEO DATA RED & ADJ
AUTOMATED LOGISTICS SPECNon-automated and automated procedures to support unit's maintenance and supply missions for Class I, II, III (Package), IV, VII and IX items of supply.
AUTOMATED TERM INSTMT PROCTrains personnel to plan, coordinate, develop, and process terminal instrument procedures.
AUTOMOTIVE 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.
AUX MACH CNTRL/GOVR+REG MTTo train personnel to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on auxiliary machinery controls, governors and regulators.
AUXILIARY BOILER OPSThe Auxiliary Boiler Operations Course is designed to provide officers and enlisted personnel with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to operate and maintain V2M Watertube Auxiliary Boilers, and MC-2500 Firetube Cyclotherm Auxiliary Boilers.
AV QUALITY ASSUR ADMINTo provide selected aviation maintenance personnel with instruction on Quality Assurance/Analysis administration functions and responsibilities for organizational and intermediate level maintenance activities.
AV-8B A/C ELEC SYS TECH IOPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Electrician will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to operate and maintain the Electrical, Lighting, Environmental , Fuel, Power Plant, Hydraulic, Landing Gear, Flight Controls, Stability Augmentation, Inertial Navigation, ADC, Pitot Static, and Instrument Systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.
AV-8B A/C ORD TECH I/OUpon completion of this course, the Aviation Ordnance Technician will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to operate and maintain the armament systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.
AV-8B A/C SAFE EQ MECH I/OUpon completion of this course, the Safety Equipment Mechanic will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to operate and maintain the Safety Equipment and Environmental Control Systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.
AV-8B AIRCRAFT MECH I/O MTPURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, the Aircraft Mechanics will have sufficient knowledge of Fuel and Power Plants Systems of the AV-8B aircraft, including system analysis and troubleshooting, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.
AV-8B COM/NAV/IDEN/ECM W/SUpon completion of this course, Aviation Communications, Navigation, Identification/Electronic Countermeasures/Weapons System Specialists will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to operate and maintain the Communications, Navigation, Identification, Electronic Countermeasures, Weapons, and Radar Systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.
AV-8B CONV WEAPONS LOADINGUpon completion of this course, Ordnance Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills to perform Weapon Systems Functional Release and Control Checks, Weapon Inspections, Loading/Downloading Procedures, Arming/Dearming Procedures, and Gun Jam Clearing Procedures, under close supervision, in the squadron working environment.
AV-8B II PLUS DIFF SIMU TGProvides selected elements of AV-8B flight training curriculum, limited to simulator hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on differences between AV-8B II Plus aircraft systems and components from those found on standard AV-8B. Goal is to develop proficiency in AV-8B II Plus skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions.
AV-8B PILOT FAMProvides selected elements of AV-8B flight training curriculum, to include ground school, simulator, and flight hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on selected aircraft systems and components. Goal is to enhance proficiency in skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions.
AV-8B PLT COMBAT/CAPAB BSProvides selected elements of AV-8B flight training curriculum, to include ground school, simulator, and flight hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on all aircraft systems and components. Goal is to develop proficiency in skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions.
AV-8B SIMULATOR TRNG USMCProvides selected elements of AV-8B flight training curriculum, limited to simulator hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on all aircraft systems and components. Goal is sustain proficiency in skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions utilizing aircraft simulator.
AV-8B WIRE/CONN F/O RP O/MUpon completion of this course, Aircraft Electrical, Aircraft Ordnance, and Avionics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge of wiring, connector and fiber optic repair/assembly, under close supervision, wiring, connector and fiber optic in the squadron working environment.
AVENGER SYSTEM REPAIRERProvides instruction in AC, DC, and resonance circuits; transistors, soldering, symbolic logic, and microprocessors; inspecting, testing, and adjusting components to specific tolerances; and in determining shortcomings and malfunctions in electronics.
AVIA PHYS TRNG (HELO REFR)To familiarize all prospective and designated aeronautical personnel, selected passengers, and project specialists with aeromedical aspects of flight and to prepare them to properly employ aviation life support systems and survival procedures.
AVIA PHYS TRNG-TAC JET RFRTo familiarize all prospective and designated aeronautical personnel, selected passengers, and project specialists with aeromedical aspects of flight and to prepare them to properly employ aviation life support systems and survival procedures.
AVIA PHYSIOLOGY REFRESHEREnsures students are physically and psychologically prepared for pilot training.
AVIATION CAPTAINS CAREERTraining instruction and practical exercises in Army operations; professional military subjects in common functional areas; unit leadership, doctrinal base, tactical decision-making; aviation maintenance and logistics; aviation operations, and military warfare.
AVIATION LDRSHP PGM (ALP)Prerequisites: Available only to international personnel. Students must have satisfactorily completed Security Assistance Training Program (course S-V8A-B) and English Language course, or obtain an ECL of 80 SR before entry. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/1+ required.
AVIATION OFFICER BASICCulmination of professional development training initiated in the Initial Entry Rotary Wing course. Emphasis is on common task skills, combined arms tactics, aviation combat operations and leadership.
AVIATION ORD IMA TECHProvides intermediate level maintenance training on aviation ordnance and ordnance delivery systems
AVIATION PRE-COMMANDTo update command selectees on branch doctrine and refine his capability to fight his force. To teach the command selectees the principals and techniques of training management. To ensure knowledge of organization, capabilities, and branch perspectives.
AVIATION RADAR REPAIR CRSProvides technical instruction on the AN/TPS-59 and AN/TPS-63 radar sets, ancillary equipment and associated equipment organic to ground elements of Fleet Marine Force Aviation units. This course teaches the necessary knowledge and skills to perform as an Aviation Radar Repairer. Areas covered include installation, testing, adjustment and organizational maintenance on: AN/TPS-59 Radar Set and ancillary equipment—Set-15, Digital Board Tester, Array Electronics Test Unit, MX-8758/UPX Interference Blanker, and familiarization on the TAOM Interface Group; AN/TPS-63 Radar Set and ancillary equipment—AN/UYQ-27 Situation Display Console, Extended Range Processor, Digital Target Extractor. Instruction encompasses the overall concept of operation, assembly and disassembly, operational adjustments, the use of built-in status devices and special tools, and the interrelation of subassemblies and circuitry peculiar to the AIMS equipment, AN/TPS-59, AN/TPS-63 Radar Sets and associated equipment. It includes corrective and preventive maintenance, reading and interpretation of schematics, logic diagrams, servicing block diagrams, flow charts, and maintenance publications.
AVIATION SAFETY OFFICERArmy aviation mishap/ground accident prevention with emphasis on management, safety technology, human factors, investigation, prevention and safety office automation.
AVIATOR OPER SPECIALISTAircraft designations, weather, DOD Flight Information Publications, aeronautical charts, airfield operations, operations administration, overdue aircraft procedures, flight plans, incentive flight pay and flight orders, SOI, flight records, keyboarding.
AVIONIC COMM EQUIP REPAIRPerform aviation intermediate maintenance on avionic communications equipment, to include very high frequency, amplitude modulated, frequency modulated, ultra high frequency, and aircraft intercommunications control systems, and radio sets.
AVIONIC FLIGHT SYSTEMS RPRAviation intermediate maintenance (AVIM) on avionic navigation and flight control equipment, to include automatic direction finder (ADF) receiving equipment, very high frequency omnirange/localizer receiving equipment (VOR/LOC), stability control augmentation system (SCAS), advanced flight control systems (AFCS), and the global positioning system (GPS). Troubleshoots malfunctions to determine the failure of module, printed circuit board, or electronic component part using common and specialized hand tools and test equipment.
AVIONIC MECHANICRestore avionic systems, and subsystems, to include troubleshooting and repair of aircraft wiring on communications, navigation, stabilization, and night vision imaging systems, basic electronics theory, common soldering, and systems installation.
AVIONIC MECHANIC BNCOCCommon leader training: leadership, military skills, professional skills, resource management, communicative skills, and training management systems. MOS specific: advanced electronic principles and theory for avionic communications equipment.
AVIONIC NAV SYS/ *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.
AVIONICS COMM/NAV EQUIPThis course provides apprentice-level training on inspection, installation, repair, alignment, troubleshooting, and maintenance of avionics communications/navigation equipment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AVIONICS CORROSION CONTROLUpon completion of this course, Avionics/Ordnance personnel will have sufficient knowledge/theory of Avionics Corrosion Control including theory and causes of corrosion, corrosion control program, cleaning and preservation, avionics equipment corrosion repair and treatment, effect and treatment of corrosion on Electromagnetic Interference Shielding and Electrostatic Discharge Sensitivity, and emergency procedures and safety procedures, to safely perform, under close supervision, organizational/intermediate maintenance in the avionics working environment.
AVIONICS INSTRUMENT SYSThis course provides students with apprentice-level training in aircraft maintenance familiarization; electro-mechanical devices; direct reading, pressure, position and liquid quantity indicating systems; engine instruments systems; barometric flight instruments; integrated flight and miscellaneous instrument systems; compass and flight director systems; automatic flight control system (autopilot); and central air data computer system (CADC). Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
AVIONICS TECH I LEVELTo provide selected Navy and Marine Corps personnel with knowledge and troubleshooting skills in electricity/electronics, communications and RADAR. This knowledge will enable them to assimilate, under direct supervision, further intermediate level avionics maintenance training at the apprentice level.
AVN ACCIDENT PREVArmy aviation mishap prevention concepts and programs with emphasis on pre-accident planning, airfield survey and mishap investigation. Human factors, aircraft design and performance are also covered. Field trips to perform Aviation Mishap Prevention.
AVN AUTO & COMP SPECL F-15Prerequisites: ECL 70 SR.
AVN LIFE SPT EQUIP TECHThe students develop the skills and knowledge required to efficiently and safely perform ALSE tasks. Critical tasks identified for resident training are included. Specific areas covered are: safety, ALSE supply/logistics operations, maintenance, inspections, shop efficiency, fitting training, shop administration, and record keeping.
AVN MAINT MGR W/FLY-DENMARAircraft maintenance management and aviation supply instruction; instruction on systems such as Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR), Standard Army Maintenance Information System (STAMIS), the Aircraft Ground Power Unit (AGPU), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.
AVN MAINT MGR-W/FLY-NETHERAircraft maintenance management and aviation supply instruction; instruction on systems such as Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR), Standard Army Maintenance Information System (STAMIS), the Aircraft Ground Power Unit (AGPU), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.
AVN MAINT TECH WO BASICAircraft engine maintenance and repair; aircraft electrical system maintenance and repair; rotor system maintenance and repair; airframe maintenance and repair; hydraulic system maintenance and repair; fuel systems maintenance and repair; technical inspection.
AVN MAINTENANCE MANAGERAircraft maintenance management and aviation supply instruction; instruction on systems such as Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR), Standard Army Maintenance Information System (STAMIS), the Aircraft Ground Power Unit (AGPU), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.
AVN MAN TEST STN&COMP F-15Prerequisites: ECL 70 SR.
AVN/GUID CNTL SYS SPEC APPAirmen are trained to perform duties prescribed in AFMAN 36-2108 for avionics guidance and control systems specialist, AFSC 2A1X2. This course is principles-centered and designed for training personnel to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair avionics guidance and control equipment in an OFF/ON equipment environment. Hands-on maintenance instruction is provided on attitude heading reference systems, flight director systems, stability augmentation systems, automatic flight control systems, engine indicating systems, liquid quantity indicating systems, flight instrument systems, air data systems, inertial navigation, and use of common and peculiar test equipment, and technical orders.
AVTRA ADV HELO IUTTo provide designated Naval Aviators with the appropriate flight procedures, instructional methodology, and techniques to instruct undergraduate helicopter pilots in Advanced Helicopter Flight Training.
AVTRA ADV HELO TH-57To produce helicopter qualified Naval Aviators prepared to transition to fleet operational aircraft to meet fleet needs.
AVTRA ADV NFO STRK FIGHTERThis course is designed to enhance navigation, communication and aircraft systems management skills developed in Intermediate Naval Flight Officer Training. Major emphasis is placed upon teaching basic skills to safely navigate visually and using an airborne ground mapping radar. Trainees will also learn to apply the principles, rules and concepts necessary to conduct aggressive air-to-air intercepts by requiring their pilot to fly the assigned aircraft throughout a mission profile to engage a simulated enemy aircraft from a correct missile firing position.
AVTRA AIRCREW CAND SCHTo provide the Navy and USMC with naval aircrewmen with basic knowledge and skill to enhance survival of aviation related mishaps and meet all initial training and qualifications required for enlisted aircrewman.
AVTRA AIRCREW COORD INSTTo provide Aircrew Coordination Training (ACT) and certification for ACT Instructors.
AVTRA AVN INDOC TOP-OFFDescription unavailable
AVTRA FLT INST TRNG COURSEThe purpose of this course is to prepare naval aviators, naval flight officers and selected aviation designated personnel for flight instructor duty in the Naval Air Training Command.
AVTRA FLT SURGEON T34/TH57This course is the indoc segment of the Aerospace Medicine Flight Surgeon course which provides 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.
AVTRA INTER NFO T-34/T-39Intermediate naval flight officer training is designed to provide commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps with the basic skills and knowledge required to safely navigate, communicate, manage aircraft systems, describe advanced performance maneuvers, and describe two-plane tactical maneuvers in a naval jet aircraft. Skill and performance levels required are outlined by particular course instructions. Successful completion of this phase of training qualifies graduates for entrance into Tactical Navigation Training, Radar Intercept Operator Training, Airborne Tactical Data Systems Operator, or Overwater Jet Navigation Training.
AVTRA INTER STRIKE T-2CThe objective of this syllabus is to develop in the student fundamental flight skills and knowledge required to commence advanced jet training with a reasonable expectation of successful completion and designation. Each block of instruction provides an introduction to the basic flight experience that the student will encounter initially in advanced training and subsequently in the fleet. Particular emphasis is placed upon developing basic flight motor skills and a sound foundation of learning in the student pilot.
AVTRA MSPT INTER PROP HELOTo teach student pilots intermediate level IFR and VFR flight skills in both the day and night environment.
AVTRA MSPT PRIMAR FLT T-34To teach student pilots initial VFR and IFR flight skills in both the day and night environments.
AVTRA PRE-FLIGHT INDOCProvides commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force and selected International Military Officers (IMO) with basic knowledge needed for primary flight training and basic naval flight officer training.
AVTRA PRIMARY NFO T-34The objective of this course is to provide commissioned officers in the U.S. NAVY and U.S. MARINE CORPS the basic skills and knowledge required to safely navigate, communicate, manage aircraft systems, and describe two-plane formation maneuvers in a naval aircraft in contact and instrument conditions. Successful completion of this phase of training qualifies graduate for entrance into Intermediate Naval Flight Officer Training or Interservice Undergraduate Navigation Training.
AW&C RADAR SPECLPrerequisites: ECL 80.
AWACS AIR WPNS OFFICERSanitized version of AF AWACS mission crew training syllabus, created specifically for Japan.
AWACS RADAR SPECL NATO-E3APrinciples-centered training designed to provide the skills and knowledge necessary to perform organizational intermediate level maintenance on the AN/APY-1, AN/APY-2 Radar Systems, and AN/APX-103 Identification System. Training includes functional analysis of the radar and identification friend or foe systems, fault isolation procedures, use of common and peculiar equipment, line replaceable unit remove and replace procedures, maintenance management, Air Force technical order system, COMSEC, OPSEC, safety, and security.
AWC - EXCHANGE PROGRAMFocus is on developing senior international officers who are able to think strategically, critically, and analytically.
AWC ASSOCIATE PGM (NONRES)Seminar Program. Objectives and content parallel those of the resident program. Program includes readings, and evaluation instruments. Seminars are composed of 5 to 18 students who meet regularly at military installations and receive annual visits from members of the Air War College faculty. Seminar members receive valuable experience in conducting and participating in group activities in extemporaneous presentation of ideas and viewpoints, analyzing subjects and problems in AWC curriculum, and in oral presentations and written requirements. Complete requirements in 1 year, 40-Sessions, with once-a-week seminars. Correspondence Program. Objectives and content parallel those of the resident program. Requirements are the same as those used in the seminar program. This method of completion has the advantage of guided self-study without limiting the student to a particular hour or place for meetings. This program is especially useful for those not near an active Air Force installation or for those whose schedule is such that regular meetings are difficult to attend. Students have 6 months to complete each of three volumes, but they can proceed at their own pace and complete all requirements in less than a year.
BARE BASE STRUCT ERECT*FTDPrerequisites: Training is for all civil engineering AFSCs. Other AFSCs are eligible to attend provided they are assigned to mobilization positions destined to Base locations. ECL 70 SR.
BASE CIVIL ENGR STAFF OFFPrerequisites: Must be the base civil engineering squadron commander, deputy base civil engineer, or selectees. Major through colonel or GS-11 through GS-15. ECL 80.
BASE CONTRACT ADMINPrerequisites: Civilian GS-9 and above, military officers Capt and above, and enlisted personnel Sgt and above, all with not less than 1 year of contracting experience above the small purchase threshold.
BASE CONTRACT LAWPrerequisites: Contracting personnel with at least 2 years of experience when recommended by the BCO. ECL 70 SA.
BASE LEVEL ENGINE MGTProvides training on CAMS familiarization; the use of computer remote terminals and remote printer, the procedures for accounting for, reporting, controlling, and inventorying of propulsion units; storage and transportation criteria of propulsion units; and the interpretation and use of engine reports. Students who have attended C3AZR39270-001, Engine Management, PDS 3QV, should NOT attend this course.
BASE LEVEL PRICINGPrerequisites: Officers, civilians, and airmen must have a minimum of 2 years of contracting experience. Waivers will be granted for exceptional cases only. Individuals who attend course G3OZR6534 005, Base Level Pricing and Quality Assurance, after January 1984, are ineligible to attend. Students must bring a hand-held calculator that performs basic mathematical functions. ECL 70 SA.
BASIC ANALY PERF MEAS DATASYS 363 consists of lectures, discussions, and individual and group exercises in three subject areas. The "basic concept" area includes presentations on the performance measurement baseline (PMB) and the mechanisms for measuring performance to this baseline. The "reports" area includes an indepth presentation of the formats and performance data reflected on the CPR and C/SSR; a case exercise is employed to give students practice in extracting meaningful information from the performance measurement reports. The "measuring performance" area includes presentations on basic analytical methods and status presentation techniques; data interpretation and the potential for data distortion is also taught. The third area also teaches forecasting techniques and the group exercise requires students to analyze contractor forecasts and generate estimates at completion (EAC) of their own. (NOTE: This course does not include a discussion of the cost/schedule control system criteria (C/SCSC).)
BASIC BROADCASTERThis course provides knowledge/skills needed to train broadcast journalists to support public affairs journalism, and broadcast missions throughout the Armed Forces.
BASIC COMBAT ENGINEERProvides training to enlisted personnel to perform basic combat engineer tasks in the Fleet Marine Force. The course consists of the following units of instruction: Vertical and horizontal construction, rigging, bridging, demolitions; landmine warfare; camouflage; and field fortifications.
BASIC DIVING OFFICERTo provide officers with no Navy diving experience the training necessary to manage and perform operational air diving duties.
BASIC ELECTRONICS COURSEProvides 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.
BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL STAFFBasic concepts of ecology, environmental relationships, and pollution; the Army environmental program; environmental laws, regulations, and policies; environmental management considerations, required reports and administrative procedures; and the preparation and evaluation of environmental documents.
BASIC FIGHTER INTRO T-38Introduces pilots to fundamental fighter techniques and procedures.
BASIC FINAN MGMT OFFICERTrains selected Air Force personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform as financial management officers. Includes organizing, managing, and coordinating activities for disbursing, collecting, and accounting for funds.
BASIC FLIGHT ENGINEERGround instruction on mathematics, atmosphere and physics, aerodynamics, aircraft performance and performance log, engine theory, weight and balance, basic chart reading, winds, critical field length relationships, the TOLD card, obstacle clearance, inflight and nonstandard landing data, constant MACH range control, endurance, descent, and mission and AR planning worksheets.
BASIC FREIGHT TRAFFICTransportation officer functions; motor, rail, water and air carrier industries; routing; tariffs and tenders; transportation security; hazardous cargo; loss and damage; freight documentation; detention and demurrage; carrier performance program; transpo
BASIC GEODETIC SURVEY (BGS)Operating equipment to observe horizontal, vertical and electronic distances and differences in elevation; recording observed data; observing and recording astronomic and solar azimuth data; operating analytical photogrammetric positioning system; computing universal transverse mercator grid information; computing geodetic information; computing instrument calibration data; operating hand held programmable calculators; observe and compile data to produce large scale plane table maps.
BASIC INSTRUCTOR COURSETrains selected personnel to instruct in technical training courses in Air Education and Training Command. Provides training on instructor roles, group dynamics, counseling, learning theory, instructional systems development (ISD), communicative process, questioning techniques, evaluations, outlining, AETC technical training organization, AETC course control documents, AETC forms, instructional methods and media, and AETC lesson plan format. Students plan, develop, and present lessons using lecture and demonstration/performance methods of instruction. NOTE: This course is made up of 3 modules: ( )3AIR3S200-072; ( )3AIR3S200-073; and ( )3AIR3S200-074. Instructors teaching CCAF affiliated courses must obtain at least a CCAF degree within 1 year of assignment. Special Requirements: TDY students are to bring reference material on their specialty for use in preparing and presenting a job or course related lesson.
BASIC JOURNALISTDesigned to provide instruction on how to write straight news stories, feature stories, headlines, photo cutlines, and sports stories. It also includes a working knowledge of basic computer applications (word processing, desktop publishing, electronic bulletin boards, electronic files transfer, local area networks, and the scanning of photos, art and text), newspaper page layout and design, digital photography, camera operation, picture and printing, photo page design and the ethics of digital photojournalism. In addition, it includes training in community relations, military public affairs, and service-unique public affairs regulations.
BASIC LITHOGRAPHERCourse consists of two phases. Phase I (Pre-press) trains students in basic skills and technical knowledge needed to operate a process camera and produce line, halftone and contact negatives using tray processing techniques, film processors, filters and densitometers. Further training includes basic computer operations, and a desktop publishing system to produce camera-ready copy; familiarization with computer-to-digital duplicator theory, and photo lithographic film and chemistry. Also, teaches the production of simple, combination and book-work and multi-color flats and proofing systems; and offset plate making processes used in the reproduction of various types of printed maps, charts and related products. In Phase II, students learn operation of photo-direct image plate makers, digital and standard duplicators, medium-sized offset presses and bindery equipment.
BASIC NCO COURSEBasic Non-Commissioned Officer Course
BASIC OFFICER CRS USMCProvides newly commissioned officers a basic professional education and to instill in them the esprit and leadership traditional to the Marine Corps in order to prepare them to assume the duties and responsibilities of company grade officers in the field and in garrison. Additionally, the Basic Officer Course provides a basic understanding of infantry skills so that the graduate can properly support ground combat operations and can also perform infantry duties. The course includes instruction in: leadership; instruction; marksmanship; map reading and land navigation; communications; tactics; infantry weapons; supporting arms; combat service support and supporting arms; field engineering; NBC defense; drill, command and ceremonies; military law; Marine Corps history, traditions, roles, and missions; first aid; data processing intelligence; aviation; amphibious operations; and physical training conditioning course encompasses the use of both classroom and field application instruction supported by the employment of a variety of educational media. Instructional situations are presented as realistically and as relevant to actual conditions as possible in order to closely approximate the situations in which the officer students will perform their future duties and to provide the experience of performing under stress.
BASIC PERSONNEL OFFICERTrains Air Force personnel officers who possess AFSC 36PX in the skills and knowledge necessary to perform as personnel officers, with emphasis upon performance at base level. Includes organizational structure and function, administration of personnel programs and policies, education and training, social actions, civilian employee management, quality air force, coping skills, managing personnel resources, retirements, separations, assignments, manning actions, Air Force military classification policy, Air Force military training programs, personnel reliability program, personnel contingency support, evaluation of performance, awards and decorations, promotions and demotions, career life cycle, reenlistments, special actions, records, personal affairs programs computer management and analysis, self assessment program, in-service training, microcomputer, and personnel concept III.
BASIC PHOTOG SCIENCES
BASIC STILL PHOTOGRAPHYThis technical training course provides instruction in theory and application of photographic fundamentals, chemistry, optics, sensitized materials, light sources, exposing and processing black-and-white films; printing black-and- white negatives; camera operations for standard and reproduction photography; portraiture; exposing and processing color reversal film; color slide reproduction; exposing, processing, and printing color negatives; sensitometricprocedures; and electronic imaging techniques.
BASIC TRANSPORTATION OFFStudent will be trained on major historic events of transportation; national, DoD, and Air Force transportation policies; public law; organizational structures; relationship between base functions; correlation of the responsibilities of the customer to the management of terminals, vehicle operations, and vehicle maintenance; and acquisitions and budgeting processes. In addition, the student will work with manpower documents and transportation career progressions, will be able to use publications, participate in classroom mobility exercises, review latest transportation current events, define hazardous communications, and will be able to define environmental compliance and apply OPSEC to how it relates to the transportation officer.
BASICS OF CONTRACTINGThis 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.
BASIS OF NAV EXPL HAZ CTRLTo provide students with a basic understanding of the hazards of ammunition & explosives and to acquaint them with the explosives safety principles and practices outlined in NAVSEA OP 5. Characteristics of ammunition and explosives, storage compatibility.
BATTLE COMMANDER'S DEVELOPTactical skills, knowledge, and ability to make decisions in the application of combat power on the battlefield. Replication of intellectual and mental pressures of battle command are integrated into each lesson. Application of tenants of Army operations.
BATTLE STAFF COURSEPrerequisites: Students should be field grade or senior company grade officers, or senior NCOs (E-7 and above) who require an indepth understanding of the TACS/AAGS system to perform their duties. Examples of operations people who require this understanding are: officers in the NAFs, AOCs, ABCCCs, ASOCs, ASGs, and Corps/Div TACPs; battle-staff personnel in the CRCs/CRPs and AWACs; senior Tactical Air Command and Control Technicians (275X0) at the ASOC, Corps and Division level. Examples of intelligence personnel include NAF and ASG INs, Air Intelligence Squadron Officers, and Airborne Command and Control Intelligence Officers. From the communications-electronics (C-E) career field, an understanding is required for AFSC 30XX officers involved in planning and managing of C-E support for the TACS. (1) The following ACC people should attend as a prerequisite to mission readiness: officers in AOC, ASOC, and ABCCC battle staffs, senior weapons controllers (1716s) in AOCs/CRCs/CRPs, and corps and division ALOs. (2) AMC Personnel: Those individuals who require an understanding of the TACS/AAGS in order to work the problems of providing support to tactical forces. (3) Army Personnel: Army commissioned officers in the ranks of field grade and above who are assigned to or scheduled for assignment to any position requiring understanding of the air-ground system at division level and higher. (Commanders may waive grade requirements.) Examples of eligible personnel are G-2s and G-3s: staff officers assigned air operations duties such as G-3 Air, Assistant G-2, FSCOORD, and members of the FSE, BCE, A2C2, and ADCOORD; liaison personnel with theater reconnaissance and fighter units, control and reporting centers and air operations centers; readiness region and MAAG personnel whose duties involve air-ground operations. (4) ANG and Res: Positions comparable to 1 and 3 above. (5) Civilians assigned to agencies of DOD or employed by defense industries whose duties and responsibilities are related to command and control of combat forces and combined operations. (6) International students admitted only by exception.
BATTLE STAFF OPERATIONSThe students will learn to function as various members of a battle staff at battalion and brigade level. Focal point is the decision making process. Staffs conduct intelligence preparation of the battle field (IPB), prepare personnel, logistics and civil military operations estimates, develop courses of action, write orders and annexes and coordinate the execution of command decisions.
BATTLEFIELD NURSINGProvides selected nurses and independent medical duty technicians (IDMT) advanced battlefield nursing skills and knowledge primarily oriented toward the second echelon of care. Course emphasis is placed on battlefield injuries to include nursing care considerations and management implications. Course addresses initial assessment, triage, resuscitation with stabilization, and trauma life support as well as psycho-social needs of the soldier and the caregiver. A half-day clinical skills laboratory in which students perform invasive procedures is a requirement of the course.
BET & DRAGON RPR (NON-US)Soldering, AC and DC electricity, solid state devices, intermediate level support level maintenance tasks on TOW and DRAGON weapon systems, night sights, TOW field test set, and ancillary equipment.
BET & TOW RPR (NON-US)Soldering, AC and DC electricity, solid state devices, intermediate level support level maintenance tasks on TOW and DRAGON weapon systems, night sights, TOW field test set, and ancillary equipment.
BET/DRAGON/NIGHT SIGHT RPRSoldering, AC and DC electricity, solid state devices, intermediate level support level maintenance tasks on TOW and DRAGON weapon systems, night sights, TOW field test set, and ancillary equipment.
BET/TOW/NIG SIGHT/TEST RPTSoldering, AC and DC electricity, solid state devices, intermediate level support level maintenance tasks on TOW and DRAGON weapon systems, night sights, TOW field test set, and ancillary equipment.
BET/TOW/NIGHT SIGHT REPAIRSoldering, AC and DC electricity, solid state devices, intermediate level support level maintenance tasks on TOW and DRAGON weapon systems, night sights, TOW field test set, and ancillary equipment.
BET/TOW/TEST SET REPAIRSoldering, AC and DC electricity, solid state devices, intermediate level support level maintenance tasks on TOW and DRAGON weapon systems, night sights, TOW field test set, and ancillary equipment.
BIOENVIRONMENTAL ENGRGPrerequisites: Academic prerequisites vary depending upon specialty shred-out (AFR 36-1, Officer Classification). A baccalaureate degree in an engineering discipline is mandatory, and an officer must be presently performing duties as an active duty or Air Reserve Forces bioenvironmental engineer with a 43E1 AFSC. Civilian students serving as industrial hygienists (civilian series 0690, minimum GS-9) at active duty installations, Guard, and Reserve bases are also eligible to attend with prior approval of USAFSAM/BE and USAFSAM/EC. International students must have approval from USAFSAM/EC, an engineering degree, and an ECL 80 SA before entry into the class.
BIOMED EQUIP MAINT TECH(AF)Provides training for biomedical equipment personnel to include clinical application, operation, inspection, maintenance, and troubleshooting of a wide variety of medical equipment systems used in peacetime and contingency medical treatment facilities.
BISS OPR (CERTIFY)Trains Air Force personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties as a BISS operator. Training includes characteristics and limitations of sensors, Small Permanent Communications and Display Segment (SPCDS), Perimeter Surveillance System-Closed Circuit Television (PSSCCTV), and operation of SPCDS and PSSCCTV. Other areas of training include BISS concept of operations, response force control, SPCDS and PSSCCTV verification procedures, technical orders familiarity, and deficiency reporting. Course graduates are certified BISS operators (SPCDS and PSSCCTV) and are eligible for awarding of special experience identifier 323. -
BNCO-MEDICAL LAB SPEC(MLT)
BOARDING OFFICER EIMETThis course is designed to prepare Coast Guard personnel for their role as the lead officer, that is, the Boarding Officer in Maritime Law Enforcement (MLE) boardings. It provides a foundation in legal concepts, but stresses "hands on" practical experience through a series of mock boarding exercises. Topics of instruction include Coast Guard authority and jurisdiction, use of force policy, including unarmed defensive tactics, the use of impact weapons, the use of an interactive shooting simulator, U.S. boating safety laws, criminal statutes, arrest and prisoner control, proper identification of narcotics identification kits through the use of a live drug lab, and boating while intoxicated enforcement. Students are assigned to 4-person teams distributing personnel rank, rate, and experience. Teamwork is strongly emphasized throughout the entire course to foster the team approach to problem solving.
BOARDING TEAM MEMBER EIMETThis course is designed to train Coast Guard personnel assigned to law enforcement duties to perform the tasks of a boarding team member by providing basic entry level skills. Topics covered include documentation and equipment requirements for U.S. vessels, an overview of Coast Guard authority and jurisdiction, the recognition of possible violations of U.S. laws, search and seizure procedures, arrest and prisoner control, proper use of the narcotics identification kit, Coast Guard's use of force policy, defensive tactics (i.e., unarmed defense, handcuffing, and the use of impact weapons), and boarding procedures and techniques.
BOATSWAINS MATE AThis course trains Coast Guard personnel in the knowledge and skills required of a Third Class Boatswain Mate. It is intended to be taught to non-rated personnel with little or no related experience. Training includes physical fitness, leadership, first aid, and underway operations for small boats (primarily 41-foot) including: basic marlinespike seamanship, deck seamanship, underway operations, radio communications, piloting and navigation, anchoring, firefighting and dewatering, egress from capsized vessel, open water survival techniques, aids to navigation, personnel rescue and evacuation, towing and assistance operations.
BOILER REPAIR TECHThe purpose of this course is to provide information and skills necessary to enable the boiler repair technician to perform all corrective maintenance on the propulsion boiler.
BORDER OBSERVATIONFocus on the conduct of joint border observation operations in Latin America. Training consists of a historical overview of United Nations and other joint border observations missions, mission planning, information gathering, and specific area analysis of the area to be observed. Prior to the final operations order briefing conducted by the students, they will be taught planning techniques in the areas of civil affairs, air operations, liaison operations, logistics, and observation post duties. Standard U.S. and UN Land navigation and map reading training is conducted. Training in human rights and civilian control of the government are interwoven within all pertinent classes and practical exercises. Team building techniques are used throughout the course. The final two days are spent at the Inter-American Defense College in Washington D.C. receiving briefings and information on current inter-American affairs and policies. Guest speakers and actual mission participants will participate in instruction if an actual observation operation is in progress.
BQM 74C REMOTE CONT OPERTo provide training in the BQM-74C Target Drone System and in controlling it's simulated flight.
BRIGADE & BN PRE-COMMANDCovers discussion with the Chief of Staff of the Army and other high level DA staff officers to include the DCSOPS, DCSPER, DCSLOG, the Chief of Public Affairs, and the Inspector General.
BU C-1 ADVTo provide the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary to qualify for assignment as a trade crew leader on a construction project.
BU-A-SCHBuilder Apprentice Course is to provide apprentice level training in concrete construction, masonry construction, light frame construction, interior and exterior finish, heavy timber bridge construction, and pre-engineered building construction.
BUDGET/ *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.
BUDS/DIVE/PREP TRNGPrepare international officers and enlisted personnel to successfully complete the U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Seal Training program.
BUILT-UP ROOFINGPrerequisites: JOB: Individuals responsible for base and MAJCOM roof management program; roof engineers and roof technicians; construction managers, engineers, and architects assigned to roofing projects. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-5. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree. DD Form 1556 required. Waiver requests are encouraged for personnel who are directly responsible for the roof management program but do not meet the grade or education requirements. ECL 80.
BW/FW CHELANT SUPVTo provide Naval personnel in the Engineering ratings involved in the supervision of Chelant-treated main propulsion boilers of steam propulsion surface ships with the knowledge and skills to maintain feedwater and propulsion boiler water within the prescribed limits, in accordance with Naval Ships Technical Manual Chapter 220, Volume 2.
BW/FW TEST/TREATMENT CERTTo provide Naval personnel in the Engineering ratings of steam propulsion surface ships with the necessary instruction to certify them in the basic skills to maintain feedwater and propulsion boiler water within prescribed limits, under limited supervision during non-casualty situations. The basic course certifies personnel to perform quantitative analysis of feedwater and boiler water, interpret and record the results, determine the proper follow-on actions required if the boiler is within normal treatment parameters and identify and report abnormal boiler water/feedwater conditions in accordance with Naval Ships Technical Manual Chapter 220, Volume 2.
C-130 INSTRUCTOR PILOTQualifies pilots to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academics, simulator, and flying training. ACC policies, procedures, and directives are studied in depth.
C-130 NAV TAC MSN QUALMission qualifies navigators in C-l3OE/H aircraft. Includes academic simulator, and flying training on air/land, visual/Station Keeping Equipment (SKE) formation, and airdrop operations.
C-130/B/E/H/T-56 ENG TECHCourse subjects include familiarization with associated technical orders, ground safety, engine construction characteristics and inspection procedures, removal and replacement of engine accessories, starter ignition, oil, air bleed, anti-ice and fuel control system, engine removal and installation, troubleshooting, and use of special tools and equipment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
C-130B INSTRUMENT SYSTEMSThis course is for instrument specialists who lack experience on the C-130 aircraft. The student will learn ground safety precautions applicable to the C-130, flightline maintenance procedures for the engine instrument systems, flight instrument systems, fuel quantity indicating system, N-1 compass system, flight director system, and the various position, and temperature indicating systems, and Automatic Flight Control System (AUTOPILOT). Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
C-130B/E/H ACFT TECHNICIANAircraft familiarization, ground handling and servicing procedures, electrical system operation and maintenance, overheat, fire warning ad fire extinguishing system operation, fuel system operation and maintenance, bleed air system operation and maintenance, anti-icing, air conditioning, pressurization, and liquid oxygen system, hydraulic power, landing gear and door system, engine and propeller inspection and servicing. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
C-130B/E/H ELECT SYS FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
C-130B/E/H ELECTRICAL SYSThis course is designed for the experienced aircraft electrical specialist who needs familiarization with the electrical systems of the C-130 B/E/H aircraft. Scope of the training includes description and operation of the AC generator system including control and distribution of AC/DC power supply and distribution systems, control and warning systems of the aircraft engines and the gas turbine compressor (GTC), hydraulic, fuel, landing gear, flight control, utility, and miscellaneous electrical systems. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
C-130B/E/H PNEUDRAUL TECHNThis course is for the experienced aircraft pneudraulics specialist who needs familiarization with the C-130 B/E/H aircraft. The scope of training includes inspections and flight line maintenance of hydraulic power systems, landing gear, nose wheel steering, wheel brake, wing flap, and flight control systems. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
C-130B/E/H PROPELLER TECHNThis course is for mechanics who have completed an apprentice-level propeller mechanic course or have one to two years of propeller maintenance experience. Subjects include propeller servicing, operating procedures, disassembly, assembly and installation of hub and blade, dome, and turbo control assembly; propeller electrical and hydraulic system, anti-icing, and de-icing systems, synchrophaser operation, valve housing maintenance, and propeller removal, installation, servicing and rigging. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
C-130E LDMSTR INITIAL QUALInitially qualifies aircraft loadmasters in the C-130 E/H aircraft. Includes academic, static loading, and flying training.
C-130E LDMSTR TAC MSN QUALMission qualifies aircraft loadmasters in C-130E/H aircraft. Includes academic, static loading, and flying in airdrop operations.
C-130E NAVIGATOR INIT QUALQualifies navigator in C-130E/H aircraft. The "A" course shredout identifies C-130 initial trainees. The "B" course shredout identifies C-130 re-qualification trainees. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.
C-E-MAINT SPT PROCPrerequisites: SrA/Sgt or above and civilians GS-6 and above recently assigned or with projected assignment to perform C-E quality control staff functions. Must have a working knowledge of the Air Force technical order and standard publication systems and comply with AFMAN 36-2108 (formerly AFR 39-1) according to special equipment identifier (SEI) requirements. ECL 70.
C130 C0PILOT INITIAL QUALQualifies pilots in the C-130E as a copilot or aircraft commander candidate IAW MCR 51-1 Vol. III. Prerequisites. Non-ACC training and evaluation requirements may vary. The "A" course shredout identifies C-130 initial trainees. The "B" course shredout identifies C-130 re-qualification trainees who do not qualify for course Cl30ACQ. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training. Must be rated pilots currently qualified for flying duty. ECL 80SR. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required. Flight physical and US Air Force physiological training (only AFR 50-27 physiological training accepted) must remain current for at least 30 days past published graduation date. Combat Survival Training Course, S-V80-A; and Water Survival, Non-parachuting, S-V90-A; or Water Survival Training, S-V86-A, as required. Special Requirements: US personnel must be US citizens with a Secret clearance. Prerequisite MASL D128035.
C130 FLIGHT ENGR INIT QUALQualifies flight engineers in the C-130E aircraft. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.
C130 FUEL SYS TECHN **FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
C130 INSTRUCT0R NAVIGATORQualifies navigators to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training. ACC policies, procedures, and directives are studied in depth.
C130 INSTRUCTOR FLT ENGRQualifies flight engineers to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academics, simulator, and flying training. ACC policies, procedures, and directives are studied in depth.
C130 LDMSTR TAC ALFT INSTRQualifies loadmasters to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academic, fuselage trainer, and flying training. ACC policies, procedures, and directives are studied in depth.
C130 NAV SIM REFR (5 SH)Includes aircrew coordination training, a review of normal procedures, emergency procedures, and aircraft systems.
C130 PLT INIT (SIM & ACAD)Provides initial simulator and academic training to C-130 pilots.
C130 PLT MSN QUAL VIS FORMMission qualifies pilots in the C-130E as a copilot or aircraft commander candidate according to MCR 51-1 vol. III flying hour prerequisite. Includes academic and flying training on air, landair, visual formation, and airdrop operations.
C130 PLT MSN QUAL VIS/SKEMission qualifies pilots in the C-130E as a copilot or aircraft commander candidate according to MCR 51-1 vol. III flying hour prerequisite. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training on air, landair, visual/Station Keeping Equipment (SKE) formation, and airdrop operations.
C130 PLT SING SHIP AIRDROPMission qualifies pilots in the C-130E as a copilot or aircraft commander candidate according to MCR 51-1 vol. III flying hour prerequisite. Must be qualified in Self-Contained Navigation System (SCNS). If not qualified, students must attend C130SCN course first. Not required for students attending C130CIQ prior to C130PMS. Includes academic and flying training on air, land and airdrop operations while flying single ship.
C130 SIM REFR(P/CP/FE)12SHProvides simulator/refresher training on C-130 (12 hours) for pilot/copilot/flight engineer.
C130 SIM REFRESHER-15SH/ISProvides simulator/refresher training on C-130 (15 hours)
C130/C23 ALFT ACFT MAINTPrerequisites: ECL 70.
C130A/B/E/H ENVIRNMTL**FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
C130E/H INSTR SYS CRF*FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
C130E/H MAINT (R&R) **FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
C130E/H PNEU REPAIR **FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
C130E/H TRANSITION/ **FTDRefresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.
CADET COMBINE ARMS ORIENTStudents are given the opportunity to attend Airborne and Ranger demonstrations as well as participate in familiarization firings of U.S. combined arms weapons. Students will visit the Infantry Training Center and the National Infantry Museum.
CADET LEADER DEV CNTR DRUGTo familiarize cadets with the basic tactics and techniques used in counter drug operations.
CARGO HANDLINGTo train Navy cargo-handling personnel in the basic knowledge of the fundamentals needed for LCAC cargo handling positions.
CARGO SPECIALISTRigging and positioning ship's cargo-handling gear and safety nets; operating materials-handling equipment (MHE), winches, and cranes; loading procedures for shipment by air, rail, and motor; and lift-on/lift-off and roll-on/roll-off stevedoring operations.
CARTO TECH FOR SPACE IMAGY
CARTOG DATA BASE CONCEPTS
CARTOG PROD SUPV
CATHODIC PROTECTION MAINTTheory and methods used to protect structures from corrosion; types and forms of corrosion; purpose and use of field test equipment. Practical experience in the operation, inspection, and adjustment of galvanic and impressed current system components, repair of protective coatings, underground cable splicing, and interpreting drawings.
CAVALRY LEADERTactical employment of cavalry troops and squadrons in the role of economy of force and reconnaissance and security missions, planning and directing these operations; integration and synchronization of combat power and combat service support.
CAVALRY SCOUT ANCOCPlatoon tactical training, gunnery preparation, maintenance management, training management, leadership skills, and staff support functions using the train-the-trainer concept. Training will be conducted utilizing small group instruction.
CAVALRY SCOUT BNCOCIn a combat simulated cavalry scout platoon environment: mine warfare; secure communications; tactical movements; demolitions; NBC; Maintenance safety; troop leading procedures; physical fitness training; training management; tactics; conduct of fire training (COFT); Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) gunnery; Field Training Exercise (FTX); Common Leader Training (CLT); Common Military Training (CMT); and tactical seminars in a 24-hour a day NCO Academy environment.
CC-NWC COMB STRTGY/SEC/OPSTo provide non resident students combined instruction in Strategy and Policy, National Security Decision Making and Joint Military Operations.
CC-NWC INTL RELATIONSTo provide non resident students with fundamental concept in international affairs and international political processes.
CC-NWC NATL SEC DEC MAKINGTo provide non resident students instruction in the strategic planning and selection of future military forces; systematic approaches to programmatic resource choices under conditions of high uncertainty; and the nature of economic, political, organizational and behavioral factors affecting selection and command of military forces.
CDT LDR DEV ENGThis course is designed to introduce cadets to basic engineer combat skills. During the engineer portion of the training, students learn basic engineering operations to include use of engineer equipment, bailey bridge installation and engineering support.
CDT LDR DEV INCourse is designed to introduce cadets to artillery basic combat skills. During the fire support phase of the training, students learn call for fire procedures, fire support planning, reconnaissance, selection and occupation of a position, aiming circle procedures, this course is designed to introduce cadets to infantry basic combat skills. Students learn basic light infantry squad operations, airmobile operations planning and how to conduct military operations in urban terrain. An introduction is also provided into land navigation, M16 rifle, M60 machine gun and law of land warfare.
CDT LDR DEV LOGDesigned to introduce cadets to some basic combat skills and logistical support of combat operations. Students are given the opportunity to refine their land navigation and marksmanship skills to include qualification with the M16 rifle. During the specialization phase, conceptual training is provided in the areas of combat logistical support, supply procedures, maintenance operations, transportation and medical support. An introduction is also provided into psychological operations and the impact of narcotrafficking/terrorism on the Americas.
CE ADV ELECTRICAL T/SProvides formal training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform advanced electrical troubleshooting on motors, motor control circuits, motor control centers, frequency converters, door openers, electric winches/hoists, transformers, grounding systems, and low voltage power circuit breakers.
CE ADVANCED ELECTRONICSProvides training on basic electronic theory, advanced training in solid-state analog and digital circuits, amplifiers, operational amplifiers, logic circuits, power supplies, filters, and microprocessors. Repair of printed circuit cards, and use of standard electronic test equipment: multimeters, oscilloscopes, signal generators, frequency counters, and soldering stations.
CE C-1 ADVTo provide the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary for assignment as a Trade Crew Leader on a construction project.
CE CONTROL SYS SPECLPrerequisites: Qualification at the 5-skill level in AFSCs 3E0X1 or 3E1x1 is mandatory for entry; civilians with proficiency equivalent to the 5-skill level. ECL 70.
CE ENGIN. WORK ESTIMATINGProvides training for Air Force personnel developing work plans. Training includes sketches, duties and responsibilities, facility surveys, work authorization, material and equipment, technical aspects of engineered performance standards, lump sum estimates, preventive maintenance labor hours, and automated estimation system.
CEC CONSTR BTN OPNSPurpose: To prepare the Regular or Reserve Civil Engineer Corps Officer and Seabee Chief Petty Officer for duty with a Naval Construction Force operating unit or training command.
CEC ECONOMIC ANALYSISTo provide the student with the information necessary for the preparation of Economic Analyses in support of any capital investment decision in the naval facilities business decision making process.
CEC OFF BAS QUALTo orient the newly commissioned CEC officer and officers recently transferred to the CEC to the role of the CEC in the Navy and to prepare them to be immediately effective upon assuming the duties of their first CEC billet.
CEC PUB WORKS MGMTTo prepare the student to assume and discharge the responsibilities of a Facilities Manager in a Public Works Department (PWD), or a Public Works Center (PWC). This course is particularly valuable for those persons who are moving into the management field in a Public Works organization for the first time.
CELESTIAL REFRESHERTo provide Celestial Navigation refresher training to Navigators and Senior Quartermasters (E-5 and above) in the knowledge and skills necessary to safely navigate surface ships on all oceans of the world, under all shipboard conditions of readiness. Waivers for E-4 and below can be obtained through COMTRAPAC/COMTRALANT.
CENTCOM M1A2 FIRE CONTROLCentral Command M1A2 Fire Control at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
CENTCOM M1A2 HULL DS/GSCentral Command M1A2 Hull DS/GS at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
CENTCOM M1A2 TURRET DS/GSCentral Command M1A2 Turret DS/GS at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.
CERAMIC SUBSTRATE SOLDERTechnical, operator, and other training conducted at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel.
CGSC CORRESPONDENCE COURSEThis course is taught by correspondence mode only. Course teaches the same tasks as the resident Command and General Staff College Course.
CGSC OFF-NR, EUR, PH I/II
CGSC OFF-NR, EUR, PH V/VI
CH MORALE-WELFARE-RECREATNPrerequisites: Personnel assigned or with an assignment as base level chief, MWR, or those serving in the position of recreation director, club manager, nonappropriated fund financial management officer, business managers, and base librarian, registered in the career program and identified as having a high potential to assume the position of chief, MWR, as indicated by their promotion evaluation patterns (PEP). ECL 70.
CH-46 SIMULATOR TRAININGTo provide CH-46 simulator training.
CH-47 HELO REPAIRERAviation maintenance, replacement of subsystem assemblies and components; requisitioning of repair parts; special tools; limited visual inspections; safety practices and procedures; identifying and maintaining common, special and precision tools.
CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATORCH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Rucker, AL,
CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATORCH-47 Flight Simulator training USAREUR
CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATORCH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Lewis, WA.
CH-47D AV QUAL-NETHERLANDSProvides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the CH-47D helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, navigation and command instrument systems, combat skills, flight training, mission planning, and safety. Aviators who are night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the CH-47D. Aviators not VND qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.
CH-47D AVIATOR QUALProvides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the CH-47D helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, navigation and command instrument systems, combat skills, flight training, mission planning, and safety. Aviators who are night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the CH-47D. Aviators not VND qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.
CH-47D FLIGHT ENG INSTRFlight and academic instruction in preflight, inflight, and postflight tasks; tactical flight training tasks; aircraft systems; aviation medicine; night vision goggles; and aviation safety subjects.
CH-47D INSTRUCTOR PILOTCourse consists of CH-47D IP training and N/NVG training, flight and academic training in day VFR and night VFR tasks. The tasks will include before-flight, basic flight, approach/landings, and emergency tasks, academic instruction, and practical application of the principle applications of CH-47D aircraft systems subjects.
CH-47D IP MOICH-47D IP training and N/NVG training, flight and academic training in day VFR and night VFR tasks. The tasks will include before-flight, basic flight, approach/landings, and emergency tasks, academic instruction, and practical application of principle applications of CH-47D aircraft systems subjects.
CH-47D IP MOI-NETHERLANDSCH-47D IP training and N/NVG training, flight and academic training in day VFR and night VFR tasks. The tasks will include before-flight, basic flight, approach/landings, and emergency tasks, academic instruction, and practical application of principle applications of CH-47D aircraft systems subjects.
CH-47D MAINT TP—W/FLYTo provide information and training on CH-47D Maintenance Troubleshooting and test flight procedures.
CH-53 FLT SIMULATOR TRNGProvides selected elements of CH-53 flight training curriculum, limited to simulator hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on all aircraft systems and components. Goal is to sustain proficiency in skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions utilizing aircraft simulator.
CHAPLAIN CAPTAINS CAREERAdvanced skills and knowledge for supervisory duty positions in brigade staff officer responsibilities, leadership, ethics, administration, pastoral ministry in the military environment, combat and tactical functions, appropriated and nonappropriated funds management, pastoral counseling and branch unique training. Training will be battle focused and involve scenario-driven Small Group Instruction methodologies.
CHAPLAIN OFFICER BASICBasic military and administrative skills for assigned duty positions in Battalion staff officer responsibilities, pastoral ministry in a military environment, leadership, management, ethics, pastoral counseling and branch unique training.
CHAPLAINS BASICTo indoctrinate chaplains in a broad understanding of the Navy, including organization for national security, courtesies, customs, Naval leadership, military law and other aspects that apply to Naval officers; to acquaint them with the role and functions of the chaplain serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard to prepare them to effectively perform their assignments as Naval Chaplains in a pluralistic setting.
CHEM OPERATIONS SPEC-BNCOCTo provide training in supervising operator level maintenance of NBC survey and decontamination equipment, and coordination for maintenance of assigned smoke equipment, decontamination and smoke operations, and NBC reconnaissance for leaders at chemical companies and battalion levels. Also provided are the skills and knowledge needed to perform the duties as an NBC company squad leader and non-chemical company or battalion NBC NCO; to include preparing the unit to operate in an NBC environment, assisting unit cadre in training unit NBC equipment operations; leader aspects of mechanized smoke; organization and functions of fuel supply squads; methods of evaluating terrain and routes for the control and coordination of supply and resupply efforts; repositioning of smoke generators as weather, fuel, and fog oil supplies change; familiarization of computer/plotter techniques for NBC element duties at division level and higher; reinforcement training in land navigation, communications and NBC defense measure skills; and to serve as the Commander's principal advisor in NBC operations.
CHEM WPNS ORIENTATIONThis 4-day course provides Chemical Weapons inspectors and escorts a working knowledge of the Chemical Weapons agreements. The course will also cover OSIA operations and procedures, site preparation guidelines, and the operating chemical weapons environment.
CHEMICAL CAPTAINS CAREERTo provide learning activities that will further officer skills and knowledge in leadership, management, written and oral communications, combined arms doctrine/fundamentals, staff procedures, nuclear, biological, chemical (NBC) reconnaissance and decontamination operations, smoke operations, radiological safety, and chemical and nuclear target analysis.
CHEMICAL OFFICER BASICCourse provides knowledge of radiation fundamentals, NBC reconnaissance and decontamination operations, smoke operations, NBC staff functions, staff operations, administrative procedures, organizational and personnel management, logistical operations, individual/unit training, and individual and unit tactical operations. Also provides professional development for performance of duties as platoon leader and member of a battalion staff, with emphasis on the smoke platoon leader, the NBC reconnaissance and decontamination platoon leader, and the battalion chemical officer.
CHIEF PETTY OFFICER ACADThis course teaches management of organizational behavior, management principles, leadership, personal and physical development, written and oral communications, interpersonal relationships, teambuilding, and human resource development. This course is required before USCG E-8's can be promoted to E-9. Classroom instructional methods include lectures, discussion, role playing, case studies, and problem solving. Participants must be in good physical condition and meet military weight requirements. Students participate in a formal dining function which requires students to have formal military attire.
CIV-MIL SID - AFRICAConducted by USAFSOS/EDOI at Hurlburt Fld FL. Provides key US and foreign military and civilian government officials an apprehension of how to integrate national military capabilities into a unified host-government strategy for internal development. Designed for personnel engaged in action programs supporting a government's internal development objectives. Three regionally focused iterations annually.
CIV-MIL SID - EUROConducted by USAFSOS/EDOI at Hurlburt Fld FL. Provides key US and foreign military and civilian government officials an apprehension of how to integrate national military capabilities into a unified host-government strategy for internal development. Designed for personnel engaged in action programs supporting a government's internal development objectives. Three regionally focused iterations annually.
CIV-MIL SID - SOUTHCOMConducted by USAFSOS/EDOI at Hurlburt Fld FL. Provides key US and foreign military and civilian government officials an apprehension of how to integrate national military capabilities into a unified host-government strategy for internal development. Designed for personnel engaged in action programs supporting a government's internal development objectives. Three regionally focused iterations annually.
CIVIL AFFAIRSAnalysis of the roles and missions of Civil Affairs (CA) within the social, economic, political, psychological, and military factors of an operational environment determining their impact on U.S. military operations; defines special staff relationships that affect CA operations; determines adequacy and integration of CA into military operations; defines the organization and capabilities of CA units that provide support to Joint and Combined military operations; and participates in a Field Training Exercise (FTX) spanning the range of military operations.
CIVIL AFFAIRS OFC ADV-RCAnalyze area studies to produce civil-military operations (CMO) estimates of the situation; write CA plans and annexes to military operation plans/operation orders; supervise and participate in CMO.
CIVIL MILITARY OPERATIONSPrepares students to serve as civil-military operations (CMO) officers. Military civic action; support to civil authority; civil defense; CMO support to counternarcotics activities and psychological operations. Includes various in-depth case studies which are used to enhance student awareness of effective CMO activities.
CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONSConsists of two lectures, each followed by discussion sessions which vary in length. The first lecture, "Civil-Military Relations in Democratic Societies" addresses the challenges of balancing the desire for liberty with the need for security. Comparative examples are drawn from the historical experience of western Europe, colonial Africa, and the United States. The second lecture, "Making Military Strategy in Democracies" builds on the first. This presentation addresses the processes and constraints of making military strategy in a democracy, stressing the importance of integrating military strategy with national strategy, operational strategy, and battlefield strategy. Both lectures stress the following themes: military subordination and accountability to democratic government; the need for open communication between the military, political, and civil sectors of the state; the need for shared values between the military and society to regulate military activities; and the function of military ethics in building trust between the military and society. (EXPANDED IMET - Mobile Education Training).
CIWS MK-15 MOD 11/14 OP/MTProvides the knowledge and skills necessary for the organizational maintenance, and operation incidental to maintenance of the MK-15 MODS 11-14 Close-In Weapon System. Organizational maintenance includes planned maintenance procedures, system fault analysis utilizing automated (computer controlled) and manual fault isolation tests, and component replacement to the removable module level under all conditions of ship readiness in port and underway with minimum supervision.
CIWS MK-15 MOD 11/14 OP/MTProvides the knowledge and skills necessary for the organizational maintenance, and operation incidental to maintenance of the MK-15 MODS 11-14 Close-In Weapon System. Organizational maintenance includes planned maintenance procedures, system fault analysis utilizing automated (computer controlled) and manual fault isolation tests, and component replacement to the removable module level under all conditions of ship readiness in port and underway with minimum supervision.
CIWS OPERATOR MTProvide U.S. Navy Fire Controlman with the knowledge and skills necessary for the organizational maintenance, and operation incidental to maintenance, of the Close-In Weapons System. Organizational Maintenance as defined for the MK-15 CIWS includes: Planned Maintenance (PMS) procedures, system fault analysis utilizing automated (computer controlled) and manual fault isolation tests, and component replacement to the removable module level under all conditions of ship's readiness in port and underway with minimum supervision.
CM C-1 ADVTo provide the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary to qualify for assignment as a shop foreman.
CMDR AMPHIB TASK/F SURGEONTo provide experienced Medical Officers with an opportunity to develop the skills required for service as the Senior Medical Advisor to the Commander Amphibious Task Force (CATF).
CO GRADE OFF PROF DEVThis course is designed to prepare Latin American Company Grade officers to better understand their individual responsibilities within the dynamics of leadership, officership, and force interoperability. In addition, the course broadens appreciation for key concepts regarding defense resource management, civilian control of the military, military and civilian armed forces interoperability, military justice, and human rights and dignity. Block I - Officership Values (46 hours) - Understanding USAF core values (service, integrity, patriotism, tenacity, competence, and courage) which are indispensable to the successful operation and subsequent employment of military forces. Lectures, seminars, and group interaction are methods employed to explore the concepts of officership values, analysis of leadership characteristics, and practical application of values. Block II - Applying Leadership Skills (48 hours) - Students apply new concepts and principles learned during course seminars, readings, and lectures to new situations. Leadership and decision-making scenarios and field campaigns are designed to maximize intensity of learning. A practical exercise will test the student ability to apply leadership principles in a simulated contingency situation. Block III - Executive and Management Skills (82 hours) - Students are shown the basic skills necessary to lead, supervise, and communicate. Focus is on team building, applying leadership principles in a one-to-one setting, and developing techniques for effective communication. Block IV - Air Power Employment (25 hours) - Students study history and doctrine, operations, and the future of air forces and air power. Air Power Doctrine and History traces development and use of airpower and how this relates to aerospace doctrine strategy. Operations focuses on command and control and combat support. Future Roles sets the stage for "critical thinking" regarding the application of air and space power in the next century. Training is currently conducted in Spanish. (Expanded IMET - Core Course).
COLD WEATHER MEDICINEProvides medical department personnel with the necessary knowledge and practical experience to effectively participate as cold weather operations medical support personnel in a cold weather mountainous environment. The course is designed to train students to be technical advisors and to train troops and medical personnel within their unit, and to provide medical support in a cold weather mountainous environment.
COLD WEATHER SURVIVAL CRSProvides training to personnel with an aviation/ground combat MOS to survive in a cold weather environment as individuals or as a group in a survival situation. This course of instruction teaches aviation/ground combat MOS personnel necessary survival techniques to prevail in a cold weather environment. A classroom/academic setting and actual cold weather environment 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.
COLLINS VHF-20 RADIOThis course is for the electronics technician who has completed the Electronics Fundamentals and Avionics Communications/Navigation Equipment courses or equivalents. It covers system familiarization, inspection, operation, block diagram and schematic diagram analysis, minimum performance and alignment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
COLOR PHOTO PROCESSESPrerequisites: Student must possess AFSC 3V052 or equivalent. ECL 70.
COM/CNTRL WARFARE N03L9M1To provide a fundamental knowledge of the strategy, concepts, major components, and associated methodologies of Command and Control Warfare (C2W) which will enable the student to successfully integrate C2W into the joint expeditionary environment.
COMB AEROSPACE OPS SNR STFProvide overview of the planning, coordination, integration, employment and implementation of air operations strategy in joint operations.
COMB LOG OFF ADV-M&MThe munition materiel management instruction will focus on specific munitions tasks required of AOC 91D officers.
COMB LOG OFF ADV-ORDNANCEOrdnance branch specific training that is required for the types of positions that they will be filling upon completion of CLOAC. Includes maintenance and class IX management, wholesale logistics overview, and technical department training.
COMB STRAT INTEL TNG PRGMCSITP is designed to introduce military intelligence officers from other countries to the United States' perception and procedures relative to: 1) the purpose and major functions of joint and combined intelligence activities and their major functions to joint worldwide challenges posed to US national security; 2) the role of the intelligence analyst and how to apply fundamental intelligence research techniques and analytical methods; and 3) seminars on current intelligence subjects of high interest. The program consists of three courses, offered as a complete 11 week package for foreign military intelligence officers in the ranks of O-1 to O-5: The Joint Intelligence Course (2 wks) provides appreciation of intelligence activities at the joint and combined levels; the Joint Intelligence Management Course (2 wks) provides management techniques and principles as applied to intelligence resources, processes, and information; the Intelligence Analyst Course (4 wks) provides training in research and analysis techniques, preparation of estimates, purpose and management of collection requirements, and the role of the analyst in joint intelligence. The remainder of the time is spent on field trips.
COMBAT ARMS APPRENTICE CRSProvides weapons maintenance training for the handgun, rifle, grenade launcher, machine gun, and shotgun. Training includes live fire qualification according to AFHB 36-2227, range operations, the fundamentals of marksmanship, and principles and techniques of instruction. Students will prepare and present lessons during the principles and techniques of instruction part of the course.
COMBAT CONTROL TEAMQualifies officers and airmen as combat control members. Includes land navigation, navigational aids, communications, assault zone operations, demolitions, small unit and field tactics training.
COMBAT DEVELOPMENTSEnhanced Concept Based Requirements System (ECBRS) and the Acquisition Life Cycle Model (LCM) provide the structure used to tie together blocks of instruction in the Combat Developments (CD) Course.
COMBAT ENGR NCO CRSProvides instruction in engineering subjects relating to mobility, countermobility, survivability, and general engineering. Instruction includes: reconnaissance, engineer equipment, bridging, demolitions, mine warfare, obstacles, field fortifications, horizontal and vertical construction, and management techniques.
COMBAT ENGR OFFICER USMCProvides instruction in basic and supervisory level operational and planning skills in engineering related subjects pertaining to mobility, countermobility, survivability, and general engineering.
COMBAT LOGISTICSDiscusses the roles and responsibilities of the logistics manager in war and in operations other than war (OOTW). Focuses on how logistics contributes to war and OOTW efforts and introduces students to combat logistics planning, strategies, and contingency procedures that will likely be implemented in wartime and contingencies. Subjects include logistics in wartime; lessons learned in recent conflicts; analysis of overall combat environment; and current procedures and concepts including depot surge, aircraft battle damage repair, logistics command and control, prepositioning, and joint logistics support concepts. Explores the interaction between planning for logistics support and the JOPES deliberate planning and crisis action planning system. Students complete a simulated force-planning process including transportation feasibility estimates and shortfall resolution. Concludes with an examination of near-term logistics systems and the logistics environment of the future battlefield.
COMBAT RBR RAID CRFT RPRProvides training to small craft operators in immediate repair of outboard motors and rubber boats. This curriculum includes lectures, demonstrations, and extensive practical application. Instruction includes preventive maintenance, limited technical inspection, combat rubber raiding craft repair, immediate action outboard motor repair, and outboard motor installation.
COMBAT SURVIVAL TNGPresents training in principles, procedures, equipment and techniques which enable individuals to survive, regardless of climatic conditions or unfriendly environments, and return to their organization.
COMBINED ARMS OFFICER ADVOfficers initially receive foundation-building instruction in the fundamentals of leadership, training management, communications, land navigation and military law. This is followed by extensive study of support operations including intelligence preparation.
COMBINED LIVE ARMS FIRE EXCombined Live Arms Fire Exercise
COMBINED LOG CPT CAREERMultifunctional logistics is taught with concentration on the logistic tasks (fix, arm, fuel, move, sustain, and protect) and associated logistic support operations.
COMBINED LOG CPT CAREERTraining/instruction to equip the student with skills and knowledge to perform duties as a company commander in a specific branch as well as a staff officer on a multifunctional logistic staff. Phase 1 offers a common core curriculum in written and oral communications, commander skills and military history.
COMBINED LOG OFF ADV-QMQuartermaster specific subjects and logistical training exercises.
COMBINED LOG OFF ADV-TRANSDoctrine and instruction in rail operations, movements management, motor transport, and marine terminal operations.
COMBINED NAVIGATIONAL I/MTUpon completion of this course, Aviation Electronic Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge needed to operate the AN/ASM-614C Electronic Systems Test Set in order to troubleshoot and repair the AN/ASN-123 Tactical Navigation Set, AN/ASN-123 Digital Display Group, AN/ASN-150 Tactical Data System, and OK-497A/AI Communications Control Group with minimal supervision at the intermediate level of maintenance.
COMBINED TACAN I/MPurpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the AN/ARN-84 and the AN/ARN-118 TACAN systems operation, test, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance procedures to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance operation in the AIMD working environment.
COMDR'S ENVIRONMENTAL MGTPrerequisites: JOB: Squadron or group commander. ECL 80.
COMM & INFO OFFICER (BCOT)Provides training for basic skills and knowledge necessary to perform as a communications-computer systems officer (AFSC 33S1). Includes A-10-week, 33SX, common phase core course, E3OBR33S0-001, communications-computer user requirements, acquisition management, plans and program flight management, resource management systems, life cycle management, communications-computer systems support flight management and data/voice systems management, and readiness and deployment actions. This course omits 1 week of classified training in the common phase core course.
COMM CBL SYS APPRENTICEPrerequisites: Must successfully complete course L3AQR2E631 950, Electronic Principles, at Lackland AFB TX. ECL 70.
COMM SYS ELEC ENGIN OFCRProvides training for basic skills and knowledge necessary to perform as a communications-computer systems electrical engineer officer (AFSC 33S1A). Training includes A-10-week, 33SX, common phase core course, E3OQR33S0-001, engineering organization and publications, prediction and analysis, link engineering and acceptance. This course omits 1 week of classified training in the common-phase core course.
COMM SYS PROG/ANALY OFCRProvides training for basic skills and knowledge necessary to perform as a communications-computer systems Programming and analysis officer (AFSC 33S1C). Includes A-10-week, 33SX, common phase core course, E3OQR33S0-001, life cycle and configuration management, requirements analysis, software design, coding using the Ada programming language, software documentation, software testing and performance measurement, reviews, and the software maintenance and change control process. This course omits 1 week of classified training in the common-phase core course.
COMM-COMPUTER SYS CNTL SPCPrinciples-centered training relating to radio and wire telecommunication equipment, systems, and circuits. Procedures and facilities for monitoring circuits and analyzing their performance. Techniques and standards relating to checking signals to ensure acceptable quality and serve as a basis for predicting and preventing or correcting circuit deterioration or system malfunctions. Electronic principles, codes, equipment, and operation; principles and features of DSN; features, principles, and operational aspects of AUTODIN specialized test equipment; system analysis and troubleshooting techniques; computer principles and digital techniques; and control and coordination facilities and procedures.
COMM/COMP SYS PGM SPECLIntroduction to software technology, hardware concepts, and software concepts. Software engineering goals, software engineering principles, software life cycle, problem solving and algorithm design. Ada programming fundamentals, data types, packages, subprograms, control statements, exception mechanisms, generic program units, and generic Ada application. Computer concepts, internal data representation, computer architecture, job processing, communications fundamentals, message switching, and packet switching. Low level programming concepts, microprocessor family architecture, operating system functions, assembly language characteristics, assembly language program development cycle, basic assembly language programming, reusable software, low level assembly language programming, and Ada low level programming. Software maintenance concepts and entry level COBOL. Data base management systems, systems overview, development, usage, and maintenance.
COMM/NAV PEN AIDS (F16)/*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.
COMM/NAV SYS SPEC APRPrinciples-centered training in the operation, organizational maintenance and repair of avionic communication, radar, and radio navigation equipment. Includes application of electronic principles, circuit analysis, and testing; shop and flight line practices including tuning, adjusting, performance testing, and troubleshooting using selected command representative avionic systems and components with associated TOs and equipment; use of maintenance and inspection forms and tags, AF TOs, and safety and security directives. Subjects taught in training are VHF (AM and FM), UHF, and HF radios, interphone equipment, VOR/ILS, TACAN, radar altimeters, IFF transponder (including Mark XII), search and weather radar, Doppler navigation system, and global positioning systems (GPS). Performance-oriented Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS) training is taught under maintenance data collection (MDC).
COMM/NAV TECH AN/APN218/IMPrerequisites: AFSC 2A153. ECL 80.
COMMAND & GEN STAFF OFFDoctrine and principles of combat, combat support, and combat service support functions. The student will know doctrine and tactics, apply techniques, know staff procedures, and be capable of serving as a member of, or of leading, a high performing staff organization.
COMMAND & STAFF COLL USMCProvides intermediate, advanced intermediate, and senior level professional military education for field grade officers of the Marine Corps, other services and foreign countries; to prepare them for command and staff duties with Marine Air-Ground Task Forces with emphasis on amphibious operations and for assignments with joint and combined organizations. The intent of the curriculum based on the mission statement is to provide officers with an understanding of the interrelation of the strategic, operational and tactical levels of war within a joint and/or a combined environment and by adapting doctrine and techniques to the changing conditions of warfare, the ability to out-think and out-fight any opponent.
COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMThe mission of the Command and Control Systems Course is to educate officers on systems that allow commanders to plan, direct and control forces at the MAGTF, NEF, and JTF level. The activities and the systems must be known and understood at each level in order to properly assist the commander in the decision-making process.
COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFFProvides training in staff operations, management, tactics, logistics, strategic studies, joint and combined operations, security assistance, and internal defense. The electives program provides an opportunity for each student to increase his professional competence in any two of the following areas: internal defense and development; economics; management; strategic studies, and tactics. Includes a 3-week orientation tour of the United States during which the students visit major military installations, service schools, and Washington, D.C. Academic content is oriented to university and post graduate level.
COMMAND INDOCUpon completion of this course, the trainee will possess a knowledge of the organizational/intermediate maintenance activity and up-to-date information on the Navy, Marine and command policies.
COMMAND LEADERSHIPTo reinforce the fundamental tenets of naval leadership and provide an improved decision making foundation for officers assuming the responsibilities of command.
COMMANDOTraining is oriented towards realistic and strenuous field operations. Students develop leadership skills through performance as patrol leaders and are subjected to stressful conditions simulating combat where they learn to operate in difficult terrain, over extended distances, with minimal sleep and under constant enemy harassment. Training consists of three phases over wooded, mountainous and swampy terrain. Specialized training includes advanced mountaineering techniques; improvised demolitions; waterborne, airborne and airmobile operations, and patrolling operations. All instruction is taught at the U.S. Army Ranger Training Sites in accordance with U.S. Doctrine.
COMMS ANTENNA SYS APPRProvides training in outside plant construction fundamentals and antenna principles. Installation and maintenance of antenna systems; and pole climbing and pole line construction.
COMMUNICATION INFO SYS OFRProvides leadership and professional training in communication and data systems to company grade officers. Primary emphasis is given to the mastery of fundamental techniques and skills required for the planning and employment of Marine Corps communication and data systems in both tactical and garrison environment. This course covers the duties and responsibilities of the S-6 officer to include the preparation of command and control plans and orders used by the Marine Air Ground Task Forces. This course also stresses the planning, installation, operation and maintenance (PIOM) of communication and data systems by familiarizing the students with the operational characteristics of communications and data systems and the techniques for their employment at the unit level.
COMMUNICATION SYS/MAINTInstructors, trainers, training aids, and operational equipment that formal schools send to bases or operating locations in support of subject training.
COMMUNICATIONS OFFR INTLTo provide entry-level training in communications to junior officers of foreign navies who are in, or ordered to, communication billets.
COMMUNICATIONS/ *Instructors, trainers, training aids, and operational equipment that formal schools send to bases or operating locations in support of subject training.
COMP ASST INTRUCT (CAI)/*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.
COMP-BASED INSTRUCT DESIGNProvides training for Air Force and other DoD personnel with responsibility to design computer-based training. Students receive hands-on training using computers to develop instruction. Includes computer familiarization, media selection, CBI methods of presentation and management, and the use of authoring tools in creating instruction. Instructional methods used include CAI tutorials, lecture, group work, and independent study.
COMPUTER ENGINEERING /GRADDiscontinued
COMPUTER LITERACY TRAININGPerformance-oriented instruction and practice in the application of software programs such as data base, graphics, word processing, and spread sheets.
COMPUTER TECH/SYSTEMS/GRADPrerequisites: By specialty area: Computer Engineering Concentration - bachelor's degree in computer engineering with above average grades in mathematics. All others - bachelor's degree in computer science with above average grades in mathematics. Satisfactory completion of the aptitude test of the GRE is required for all programs.
COMPUTER/AUTOMATION SYS RPPerform direct support maintenance and/or general support maintenance on various special and general computerized telecommunications devices, to include processors, memory units, power supplies, console panels, magnetic tape units, printers, modems, video, etc.
CONST EQUIP RPR SUPV-BNCOCProvides instruction on maintenance operations and management, as it applies to engineer units, and develops the NCO's knowledge in his role as a trainer and leader. Subjects include maintenance management; shop operations; advanced troubleshooting, etc.
CONSTR EQUIP SUPV-BNCOCInstruction for section/squad leaders in the planning and conduct of construction projects. Subjects include equipment utilization and maintenance, interpretation of planning documents, production rate estimation, job planning, schedule development, safety, etc.
CONSTRUCT P&E SPECIALISTTo provide specific technical knowledge and skills required of Planners and Estimators with Construction Battalions.
CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIncreases the student's capability to prepare programming and design estimates that accurately reflect project costs and facilitate full scope construction within the funds programmed. Actual USAF construction project case histories are provided to the student for classroom use and analysis. Instruction covers preparation of cost estimates for programming documents and project books and the background and use of Air Force and commercial pricing guides. The course has three distinct perspectives, covering comprehensive unit price estimates for projects of any size; preliminary, conceptual and 60% design estimates using a systems approach; and cost estimates for renovating or modifying existing facilities.
CONSTRUCTION EQUIP REPAIRThis 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.
CONSTRUCTION INSPECTORTo provide additional training to selected personnel to prepare them for the billet of Construction Inspector while assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalions.
CONT PNL MK309 MOD0 OP/MTTo provide the knowledge and skills necessary to: a. Maintain the Control Panel MK 309 MOD 0 by performing preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance in accordance with procedures and standards set forth in the appropriate technical manuals and current MRC's. b. Operate the Control Panel MK 309 and to utilize the working knowledge of the overall system operation sufficient enough to function as an at sea supervisor.
CONTIN PUBLIC HEALTH OPSProvides knowledge and skills needed by public health personnel involved in ergonomic programs and issues. Includes training on the risk factors of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (VMDs); principles of WMD abatement; developing, administrative and medical management of WMNs; risk factor, education of workers, supervisors, and other audience, and current issues.
CONTR AN/SPS-52C 3D RADARProvide Firecontrolmen (A School Graduates) or personnel with the equivalent training with the knowledge, skills, techniques, and safety precautions necessary to operate and maintain the AN/SPS-52C Radar Set under all shipboard readiness conditions with limited supervision and assistance. The apprentice level technician will be qualified to perform selected preventive and corrective maintenance, and to isolate and repair the equipment to its Lowest Replaceable Unit (LRU) by utilizing appropriate technical manuals and documentation.
CONTR BRIDGE SIMULATOR TNGSimulation of skills developed during the Surface Warfare Officer Course (K-2G-0036)
CONTR GUN MNT5/54MK42/9-10Theory of operation, troubleshooting procedures, PMS requirements, live fire exercises, ordnance handling safety precautions, and applicable safety precautions for the 5/54 MK-45 Gun Mount.
CONTR OPNS TNG-CONUS
CONTR SHIP INTROTo provide training for the Crews of Ships Transferred in accordance with SECNAVINST 4950.4(series) and the ship transfer legislation authorizing the transfer. On-board or ship introduction training will be by a Mobile Training Team (MTT) in areas not covered by formal schools or pre-structured team training. Areas considered appropriate for on-board training include: orientation and familiarization training for personnel, general military training, operation/maintenance training for basic equipments which are not sufficiently complex to justify formal training, and other mandatory training requirements, as determined by the country and the USN Ship Transfer Training Coordinator.
CONTR SHIP TRANSFER TRNGTo provide training for the Crews of Ships Transferred in accordance with SECNAVINST 4950.4(series) and the ship transfer legislation authorizing the transfer. On-board or ship introduction training will be by a Mobile Training Team (MTT) in areas not covered by formal schools or pre-structured team training. Areas considered appropriate for on-board training include: orientation and familiarization training for personnel, general military training, operation/maintenance training for basic equipments which are not sufficiently complex to justify formal training, and other mandatory training requirements, as determined by the country and the USN Ship Transfer Training Coordinator. During the transfer certain watch stations, such as fire watches, security and in-port operation of selected equipment/systems, will be required. While each crew member will have received training in basic operation and maintenance of individual systems/equipments, additional on-board training in watch station qualification will be required. Watch station qualification is a continuing requirement designed to ensure that the crew is effectively trained in standard operating procedures, emergency bills, and casualty drills.
CONTR SITP CREW QUALS&CERTTo provide training for the Crews of Ships Transferred in accordance with SECNAVINST 4950.4(series) and the ship transfer legislation authorizing the transfer. On-board or ship introduction training will be by a Mobile Training Team (MTT) in areas not covered by formal schools or pre-structured team training. Areas considered appropriate for on-board training include: orientation and familiarization training for personnel, general military training, operation/maintenance training for basic equipments which are not sufficiently complex to justify formal training, and other mandatory training requirements, as determined by the country and the USN Ship Transfer Training Coordinator. During the transfer certain watch stations, such as fire watches, security and in-port operation of selected equipment/systems, will be required. While each crew member will have received training in basic operation and maintenance of individual systems/equipments, additional on-board training in watch station qualification will be required. Watch station qualification is a continuing requirement designed to ensure that the crew is effectively trained in standard operating procedures, emergency bills, and casualty drills.
CONTR SYS-1 IADT SYSProvide Firecontrolmen (AN/SPS-52C Radar Operation and Maintenance course graduates) and Operation Specialists (OJ-194/UYA-4 Console Utilization Training or have equivalent PQS completed) with the skills, techniques, and safety precautions necessary to operate and/or maintain the AN/SYS-1 (V)1 Integrated Automatic Detection and Tracking System under all shipboard readiness conditions with limited supervision and assistance. The apprentice level technician will be qualified to perform selected preventive and corrective maintenance, and to isolate and repair the equipment to its Lowest Replaceable Unit (LRU) by utilizing appropriate technical manuals and documentation. Graduates of this course will not be awarded an NEC.
CONTR TSTA-FETo provide a Tailored Ship Training Availability Final Evaluation to determine each ship's crews readiness to sail the ship home. It may consist of anything from simple navigation/piloting drills to full battle problems to actual firing of weapons. As a minimum it will contain: (1) Engineering Equipment Operation - Cold Checks/MLOC, Plant Light-Off, Hot Checks, Auxiliary Cold Checks, and Electrical Power Shifts. (2) Engineering Casualty Control Drills - Each of the two PQS qualified engineering watch section per ship shall satisfactorily complete, at least twice, all engineering casualty control drills for Knox Class ships. (3) Damage Control Exercises - Each Repair Locker/Repair Party shall complete at least two consecutive satisfactory drills for Main Battle Stations/Repair Locker, Set Material Condition (Yoke/Zebra), Fire Extinguishing/Smoke Clearance, Main Space Fire, Inport Duty Section Fire Drills (Alfa, Bravo, Charlie) and Inport Duty Section Flooding Drills. (4) Operations, Navigation Seamanship and Equipment Evolutions - Man Overboard, Rig Towing Gear, Rig Boat Boom, Underway/Moor, Daytime Underway Replenishment, Operate Ships Boats, Rig Accommodation Ladder, Rig Heavy Weather Gear, Anchor, Rig Underway Replenishment Stations, Remote Communication Patch, Open Ocean Navigation, Low Visibility Navigation, Loss of Gyro, Shift Steering Control, and Abandon Ship. (5) Combat/Electronic Systems Equipment Operation - Each ship shall complete two satisfactory evolutions for Fathometer, Gyro, Magazine Sprinkler System, DRAI, DRT, 1MC System, Underwater Log, Engineering Alarms, IC Switchboard, Cathodic Protection, Degaussing, Test Firing Circuits, Cycle Dummy Rounds, Misfire, Surface Search Radar, Close in Navigation Radar, AIMS IFF, AN/SPA-25, and complete DSOT.
CONTRACT ADMIN TNG - CONUSContract Administration Training-CONUS.
CONTRACT ATTORNEY CRSThis course presents instruction regarding the basic legal concepts pertaining to the authority of the government and its personnel to enter into contracts; statutorily mandated competition requirements; contract formation (sealed bidding and competitive negotiation), including appropriations, basic contract types, labor standards, and socioeconomic policies; contract performance, including modification, termination, inspection, and acceptance; disputes, including remedies of unsuccessful offerors and appeals; introduction to acquisition of automatic data processing equipment; and introduction to procurement fraud.
CONTRACT AVN TNG - CONUS
CONTRACT COMM/EL TNG-CONUS
CONTRACT CONSTRUCT INSPECTInterpret construction plans and technical specifications related to base facilities; use applicable publications such as DARs, commercial standards, military specifications and federal specifications; document construction events; onsite construction inspection tests such as concrete slump, paint thickness, and moisture content; use of tradesmen assistance related to construction tests, workmanship, methods, and practices beyond the inspector's construction experience.
CONTRACT FINANCE ACQ MGRThe contractor finance for acquisition managers course (CFAMC) is a comprehensive, 1-week course designed to provide an overall understanding of defense contractor financial motivations and constraints, and an appreciation for how they affect management.
CONTRACT LOG TNG - CONUS
CONTRACT MAINT TNG - CONUSContract Maintenance Training-CONUS.
CONTRACT MISSILE TNG-CONUS
CONTRACT PLACEMENTPrerequisites: Intermediate level contracting personnel with not less than 1 year of contracting experience above the small purchase threshold. ECL 70 SA.
CONTRACT PROFL/SPEC-CONUSContract professional specialized training in CONUS.
CONTRACT PROP ADMIN FUNDPrerequisites: Military and civilian, assigned as property administration and industrial property management specialists.
CONTRACT SOFWARE DEV-CONUS
CONTRACT SYS TEST ENGR-CON
CONTRACT TRAININGNot a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL70)Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL70SR)Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL75)Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL80)Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL80SR)Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL85)Not a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACT/SPECIAL TNGNot a valid course - MASL created to track contractor-provided training.
CONTRACTING APRThis entry level course covers a broad range of contracting fundamentals prescribed by the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) with special emphasis placed on small purchase policies and procedures. Group-paced curriculum that provides participants with the competencies necessary to apply ethical principles in performing acquisition duties. Core curriculum consists of detailed DoD small purchase acquisition policies and procedures and accented of the acquisition arena. There is a possibility of up to 2 hours of homework each academic day.
CONTRACTING FOR CIVIL ENGRPrerequisites: JOB: Contracting officers/administrators, engineering and construction branch personnel, and MAJCOM equivalents. GRADE: Commissioned officers noncommissioned officers, or GS-7 minimum. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree. Nominees not holding a baccalaureate, but who meet all other prerequisites for this course, will be considered for admission. To be considered on a waiver basis, students must be able to complete upper level undergraduate course work.
CONTRACTING FUNDAMENTALSCourse is oriented to base level contracting functions and provides a basic understanding of contracting to include: Air Force contracting policy and procedures, publications, statutes, authorities, advertised and negotiated contracts, quality assurance evaluation, contract administration, and CIAPS. This course replaces G3OBR6531-002.
CONTRACTING MGT (GRAD)Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to specify, evaluate, and manage the human, financial, material, and contractual resources students will direct in future assignments as middle and upper level managers in the contracting management career field.
CONTRACTING OFFICER REPTraining will be limited to contract situations where certain contract administration functions are performed by the requiring organization's personnel. The course will concentrate on service contracts rather than supply or construction.
CONTRACTOR OVRHEAD MGTLocations offered: Available both at Wright-Patterson AFB and an onsite basis as requested (onsite requires a minimum of 18 students.).
CONTRACTUAL ASPECT VAL ENG
Prerequisites: Military and civilian personnel assigned as contracting officers (ACOs and PCOs), cost analysts and other personnel who directly participate in value engineering contractual agreements and performance. This course is not meant to instruct specialists in the practice of the VE discipline, but may be useful to them. In addition to resident offerings, this course is offered in the onsite mode. For information on this mode, see section F. ECL 80.
CONUS UNIQUE MTTNot a valid training course - MASL created for Mobile Training Team (MTT) funding purposes.
CONVENTIONAL PHYS SECURITYThis course provides instruction to physical security/crime prevention specialists and supervisors of physical security/crime prevention sections on the planning and implementing of physical security/crime prevention measures in military communities and on military installations. At the completion of this course the student will be able to recommend appropriate physical security systems/program, write a physical security plan, conduct a physical security/crime prevention inspection, conduct a physical security survey, conduct crime analysis, and develop installation and community crime prevention programs.
CORROSION CONTROLTo train personnel in the methods, techniques and procedures used in the detection, identification, prevention and treatment related to corrosion control.
CORROSION CONTROL (BASIC)Upon completion of this course, Aviation Maintenance personnel will have sufficient knowledge/theory of corrosion, including types, identification, characteristics, preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance, paint finishes, emergency procedures and preservation, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.
CORROSION CONTROL COURSEPrerequisites: Assigned as base corrosion engineer or assigned responsibility for protective coatings or cathodic protection. Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. Bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, metallurgy, or chemistry. ECL 80.
CORROSION CONTROL TECHNThis course trains maintenance personnel in fundamental and procedural requirements necessary for the detection, prevention, and treatment of corrosion on Air Force equipment. Subjects covered include characteristics and identification of metals, principles of corrosion control, aircraft wash and inspection, preparation of metal surfaces for corrosion removal, metal treatment and the application of protective coatings on aerospace equipment. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.
COST ANALYSIS (GRAD)Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree. As a minimum, students must have completed college algebra with a grade of C or higher. Applicants must complete either the GRE or Graduate Management Admission Test before a letter of eligibility will be issued. Experience in the Comptroller field is desirable, but not a prerequisite.
COST/SCHED CNTL SYS CRITPrerequisites: For military officers, civilian GS-9 or higher, and master sergeant through chief master sergeant who will be using, evaluating, or surveilling contractor performance measurement systems. Potential students must be in a C/SCS-utilization duty assignment. A background in cost or price analysis, financial management, auditing, or program/production management is suggested. Students should bring portable calculators to this course. ECL 80.
COUNTERDRUG OPNSProvides comprehensive and specialized training in counternarcotics interdiction operations at the platoon and company level and emphasizes staff planning and effective execution against realistic targets and objectives. Includes instruction on discriminative marksmanship, close quarters battle, surveillance and targeting techniques, riverine operations, development of intelligence networks and preparation of the battlefield, physical fitness/combatives, explosive entry techniques, land navigation, communications, staff organization and planning, special infiltration and exfiltration techniques and patrolling operations. All instruction has been developed to enhance command and control in urban or rural environments.
COUNTRY LIAISON OFFNot a course - MASLID created for financial purposes only.
COUNTRY LIAISON OFF-SPANISCountry Liaison Officer Training-Spanish
COUNTRY LIAISON OFFICER
COURSE DESIGNERThis self-paced course provides individuals with skills and tools necessary to develop courses, courseware, or instruction with an introduction to the Instructional Systems Development (ISD) model. The course works the student through the activities of the analyze, design, develop, implement, and evaluate phases of the model. Students use provided job aids and worksheets to: perform a task analysis, write performance objectives, develop criterion referenced performance assessments, develop instructional strategies and plans, develop effective courseware/modules of instruction, and develop effective course evaluation instruments.
COXSWAIN CThis course provides advanced training for entry-level personnel and persons requiring initial or refresher training boat operations. Specific areas of instruction include duties and responsibilities of a coxswain, construction and design features of the 41-foot utility boat, twin-screw boat handling, advance navigational techniques (including the use of GPS and radar in dead reckoning and execution of search patterns, firefighting, dewatering, towing, engineering casualty drills, and basic non-standard boat operations (twin outboard).
COXSWAIN SMALL BOATThis course provides training in key fundamental tasks for qualification as a small boat coxswain. Extensive day and night underway training will be conducted in environments in which utility boats are designed to operate. The course is designed to familiarize the student with small boat operations, specifically on the 41-foot utility boat. The course material covers duties and responsibilities of a coxswain, deck seamanship, navigation, towing, firefighting, and dewatering.
CPO LEADERSHIP COURSETo provide advanced training and education in the concepts, philosophies, elements, tools, and practices of effective leadership and management required to function as an effective Chief Petty Officer.
CREWMAN SMALL BOATThis course familiarizes the student with small boat operations and provides training towards qualification as a boat crewman on the 41-foot utility boat. The course material covers duties and responsibilities of a crewmember, deck seamanship, retrieval of person(s) from the water, towing, firefighting, dewatering, and survival.
CROSS CULTURAL COMM.Designed to improve the communication and problem-solving skills of DOD personnel engaged in training, administration, or negotiation with foreign military personnel.
CRYOGENICS PRODUCTIONCourse is conducted on one shift for 23 academic days, 8 hours per day, and three shifts for 20 academic days, 24 hours per day. Provides training for DoD personnel with AFSC 2F0X1 or equivalent, in the knowledge and skills necessary for operation, inspection, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the 1.0 and 1.5 T/D low pressure cryogenic plants; and familiarization of 5 T/D low pressure cryogenic plant components and sequence of operation, prior to being assigned to an operational cryogenic production facility. Training is provided on the principles of air separation and distillation that are unique to the 1.0, 1.5, and 5 T/D cryogenic plants: operating principles of the diesel engine, electric motors, rotary screw air compressors, air purification systems, air separation systems, vapor compression refrigeration, turboexpanders, pneumatic components, gas storage cylinders, and cryogenic pumps. Training is also included on product quality control equipment, safety, forms, technical orders, and environmental concerns unique to cryogenic production.
CRYOTAINER MAINT/SPT EQUIPTrains Air Force personnel with AFSC 2F0X1 or civilian equivalent in the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain cryogenic storage vessels of 400 gallons or larger capacity. Includes the application of safety practices, completion of forms and records, use of technical orders, and the properties of cryogenic products. Training is also included on components and functions of cryogenics and support equipment, and the hands-on troubleshooting and maintenance of cryotainers and support equipment. This course is a prerequisite for the J3AZR2F051-006, Cryogenic Production course.
CURRENT WEATHER TECHNIQUES
Training in the knowledge of the latest meteorological and environmental developments, and of special forecasting techniques. Training includes numerical weather prediction, air-sea interaction, atmospheric physics, severe weather forecasting, atmospheric diffusion, electro-optics, and analytical and forecasting techniques.
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