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Diplomacy in Action

V. Course Descriptions--Part 3


Foreign Military Training: Joint Report to Congress, Fiscal Years 2004 and 2005
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
April 2005
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M1/M1A1 ABRAMS MSTR GUNNER

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

M1A2 ABRMS MSTR GUNR (T)

To train Master Gunners in advanced gunnery methodologies and turret weapons systems maintenance applicable to the M1A1 Abrams tank. Provides the soldier with the skills and knowledge to function as the unit commander's gunnery advisor and tank commander.

M1A2 TANK COMMANDER CERT

Crew stations and duties; boresighting; plumb and synchronization; tank ammunition; tank gunnery; turret/hull troubleshooting utilizing built in test (BIT); crew maintenance; driving, and weapons.

M2/3 BFV SYSTEM MAINTAINER

Test and troubleshoot systems. Inspect, service, lubricate, replace, and adjust components. Receive instruction on use of publications, special tools, and test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment.

M3 BRADLEY/CFV CAV SCOUT

Basic combat training tasks; physical fitness; first aid; NBC; Engineer; Communications; land navigation; weapons; individual tactical training; intelligence; M3 Bradley/CFV and M1025 Series Vehicle Operations and Maintenance.

M3 BRADLEY/CFV CAV SCOUT

Basic combat training tasks, physical fitness, first aid, NBC, engineer, communications, land navigation, weapons, individual tactical training, intelligence, M3 Bradley/CFV and M1025 Series Vehicle Operation and Maintenance.

MA-3 GEN TEST STAND INT MT

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Intermediate Level Aviation Electricians will have sufficient knowledge, to perform, maintenance of the MA2 and MA3 Generator Test Stands, including system operation, testing, troubleshooting techniques and repair under supervision in the Intermediate Maintenance Activity working environment.

MACHINERY REPAIRMAN CLAS A

The Machinery Repairman "A" School is designed to train non-rated personnel striking for the machinery repairman rating and rated personnel E-4 through E-6 who are participating in one of the various rate conversion programs. The course prepares the trainee for general machine shop operations with minimum supervision on various surface ships and shore installations under all general conditions.

MACHINERY TECHNICIAN A

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

MACHINIST

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

MACHINISTS MATE MM4YO A

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

MAGAZINE SPRINKLER INSPECT

A follow-on course to qualify selected personnel attached to inspecting and repair activities to conduct shipboard inspections of magazine sprinkler systems.

MAGAZINE SPRINKLER OPS/MT

To train personnel in proper operation, testing casualty analysis, preventive maintenance, and repair of salt water activated wet and dry type magazine sprinkler systems and associated thermo-pneumatic automatic controls.

MAINT DATA SYS ANALYS CRFT

Prerequisites: Civilians: GS-7 or higher currently assigned as a maintenance data systems analyst/data base manager. Must have 1 year of experience as a data base manager (DBM) or previously attended course J3AZR2R051 002. Working knowledge of microcomputers is desirable. Completion of the interactive processing facility IPF tutorial is mandatory. Military: Possess grade E-5 or higher, completion of 7-level career development course (CDC) is mandatory, must have 1 year of experience as a DBM or previously attended course J3AZR2R051 002. Working knowledge of microcomputers is desirable. Completion of the IPF tutorial is mandatory.

MAINT DATA SYS ANALYS JRNY

Provides training for Air Force personnel in AFSC 2R0X1 in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a maintenance data system analyst. The scope of data base management training includes use of a microcomputer system to interface with the standard base level computer (SBLC), retrieve data, and troubleshoot a Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS) data base. Training also includes development and interpretation of statistical control charts, performance of statistical tests, and use of the analysis process.

MAINT DATA SYS ANALYSIS

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

MAINT SCHEDULING APR

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

MAINT/CARGO & TRANSPORT

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

MAINT/FIGHTER ACFT

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

MAINTAINABILITY ENGINEER

To influence design and support of systems to reduce operating and maintenance costs and improve equipment readiness. To be able to achieve this goal the maintainability engineer must be trained to establish a rapport with the designer.

MAINTENANCE & ORGANIZATION

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

MAINTENANCE MGT (GRAD)

Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in business administration, transportation, economics, the physical sciences, industrial engineering or a degree from a service academy. As a minimum, officer must have completed college algebra with a grade of C or higher. Intermediate algebra does not satisfy this requirement. Applicants must complete either the aptitude test or the admission test for GRE or the admission test for graduate study in business before a letter of eligibility will be issued Experience in one or more of the following career fields is desirable: 22SX, 021A, 024T, 023S, 025L.

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULING/ *

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

MAINTENANCE/ *

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

MAINTENANCE/ARMAMENT *

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

MAINTENANCE/OV-10

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

MANAGING ENG LANG TNG(MELT

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

MANAGING THE ISD PROCESS

Prerequisites: Participants should have a discussion level knowledge of the ISD process. A refresher informal lecture is provided to reacquaint people with the process under the new ISD model. ECL 70.

MANPADS CREWMEMBER

Weapon systems components, functional capabilities, and limitations; system operations; preventive maintenance checks and services; operation and maintenance of equipment; operation and maintenance of communications equipment; communications procedures; etc.

MANPOWER JOURNEYMAN

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

MANPOWER MANAGEMENT/ *

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

MANPOWER OFFICER

Methods, procedures, and fundamentals used in Air Force Manpower Management Program for developing manning standards and management studies including: organizational analysis, work improvement techniques, work definition, correlation and regression analysis, human relations; statistical procedures to compute manpower standards; Air Force policy and procedures on the control and utilization of manpower resources; application and utilization of manpower standards; and the principles, terminology, structure, and coding of Air Force organizations. (EXPANDED IMET - Miscellaneous Course - If attended by a government civilian or a member of the country's legislature or parliament involved in military matters.)

MANPRINT ACTION OFFICER

Provides a working knowledge and specific managerial and analytic skills to the student, so that real and immediate improvements can be made in the management and integration of human performance considerations into the materiel acquisition process.

MANPRINT APPLICATIONS

Interactive instruction on MANPRINT and its background, philosophy, purpose and domains. Describes organizational and functional responsibilities and activities in the manager's organization.

MANTIRN F16C/D(AC&SIM)MED

Provides academic and flying training to make pilots proficient in day and night low and medium altitude Low Altitude Navigation Targeting Infrared for Night (LANTIRN) operations.

MAP DIGITIZING OPR

MAP MAINT

MAP-CHART GEOD (MCG) MGT

MARINE ENG OFF WO BASIC

General marine subjects; supply procedures; repair parts; maintenance management; marine engineering principles and practices; marine refrigeration, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning; marine sanitation; and marine auxiliary equipment maintenance.

MARINE SAFETY EXPLOS HNDL

This course instructs officers and enlisted personnel in the proper procedures and regulations for safe handling of military and commercial explosives through seaports. Subjects taught include compliance with U.S. and international hazardous material transportation regulations, requirements for labeling and packaging of hazardous cargo materials, inspections of cargo blocking and bracing, examinations of cargo gear and rigging, container inspections, vessel preload examinations, and supervision of cargo handling operations. Practical exercises include hands-on experience with documentation, and container inspection.

MARINE SAFETY INSPECTION

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

MARINE SAFETY INVESTIGATION

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

MATERIALS DEV SUMMER INST.

Provides the international English Language Specialist (ELS) with the basics of materials development, test-item writing, and desktop publishing.

MATERIEL ACQUISITION MGT

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

MATERIEL MAINT MGT INTERN

Includes collecting, analyzing, interpreting and developing specialized information about equipment; providing such information together with advisory service to those who design, test, produce, procure, supply, operate, repair or dispose of equipment.

MAVERICK - EOD

To train selected International Military students in the operation and render safe procedures for a specifically requested guided missile.

MEASURING TECHNIQUES

MECH ENGINEERING SUPVRS

Prerequisites: Assigned at base level as a BCE, deputy BCE, chief of operations, deputy chief of operations, chief, maintenance engineering, chief of engineering and environmental planning, or chief of engineering design. Also those assigned as project managers responsible for management of real property design, construction or maintenance programs. GRADE: Commissioned officer and GS-5 or greater. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in architecture or engineering, excluding mechanical engineering. WAIVER REQUESTS: Attendance of nonmanagement personnel and mechanical engineers will be considered on a case-by-case basis with job history and relationship to other professionals being a primary factor in the evaluation.

MECH ENGRG (GRAD)

Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree with a major in mechanical or aeronautical engineering. Completion of the aptitude test of the GRE is required.

MECHANICAL MAINT (GSM)

To provide personnel in the Gas Turbine Systems Technician Mechanical (GSM) rating in pay grade E4 through E6 with information about engineering administrative programs necessary for performance as work center supervisor and with knowledge and skills required to perform organizational level maintenance on pumps, valves, hydraulic systems, fuel systems, lube oil systems, air systems, waste heat boilers and LM2500/Allison gas turbine engines associated with the DD-963, CG-47, and FFG-7 class engineering plant.

MED LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

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

MED OFF UNDERSEA INTL

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

MED PHARMACY TECH

PURPOSE: To provide instruction in the knowledge and skills required to prepare personnel to assist medical and pharmacy officers in the compounding and dispensing of pharmaceutical preparations.

MEDICAL ASSISTANT

This course teaches tasks to military medical assistants.

MEDICAL COST-CONUS

MEDICAL COST-OVERSEAS

MEDICAL LAB APR (PHASE II)

Prerequisites: Graduate of J3AQR4T031 000. ECL 65.

MEDICAL LAB SPEC (MLT)

This course provides enlisted personnel with the technical skills and knowledge required to achieve medical laboratory technician entry-level competencies. Technical subjects include: Clinical Chemistry, urinalysis, hematology, immunohematology, and immunology.

MEDICAL OBSERVER

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

MEDICAL SPECIALIST

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

MEDICAL SUPPLY NCO-BNCOC

Provide selected AMEDD enlisted personnel with the skills and knowledge required to perform duties as appropriate to the rank of SSG within the AMEDD. Apply relevant principles, concepts and techniques of resource management to resolve problems.

MEDICAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST

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

MEDICAL SURVIVAL TRAINING

Prerequisites: AFSC A4N0X1/4N0X1 or A4F0X1/4F0X1. A definite need for such training should be clearly indicated by the trainee's present or projected duty assignment. Individuals undergoing medical treatment and those with chronic disability, or other physical limitation will not be selected. Those who have satisfied the requirements of AFI 36-2209 (formerly AFR 50-3) are not required to attend. Personnel who have completed B3OLY9761 000 or B3OLY46F1, Flight Nurse, or B3AZY902X0 000 or B3AZY4N0X1 000, Aeromedical Evacuation Technician, since 1 Jan 74 are ineligible to attend. ECL 80 SA.

MENTAL HEALTH SPEC (MHS)

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

MET BOARDING OFF CN

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

MET BRDG OFFR/FISH

This five-day course is designed to instruct students on proper techniques for effectively enforcing fisheries laws. The course is tailored to specific needs and previous training experience. Classroom subjects include officer interpersonal communication, international law, boarding preparation and boarding procedures, use of force, fishing vessel identification, and inspection of fishing equipment. Practical training includes arrest procedures and boarding exercises. Practical exercises are designed to reinforce classroom instruction by giving each student an opportunity to apply classroom theory in simulated fisheries boarding situations. Class Size: Maximum: 24 students Minimum: 16 students. Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following:

Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing; moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) at the site (fishing vessel preferably); Slide projector; Flip Chart easel; TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format); Chalk board or Magna-Slick board; Gymnasium or covered area suitable for arrest procedures, preferably with gym mats; Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MET CG TRNG SURV

The training survey determines the Perspective country's needs and requirements for the MTT, which will follow.

MET CIV-MIL REL PRE-SURVEY

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

MET CIV-MILITARY RELATIONS

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

MET CMR CONUS PLANNING

This program provides an intensive five-day course on civil-military relations. Designed for a mixed group of senior military officers, civilian officials, legislators, and non-government personnel, the course is tailored to address country specific civil-military relations issues, needs, and circumstances. The course is usually taught abroad (in translation), although it can be taught in CONUS for a specific country group on a limited basis and after extensive prior arrangements. The curriculum features a strong problem solving focus designed to help participants analyze and resolve civil-military conflicts, build mechanisms strengthening civilian control, and deal with the many underlying sources of civil military conflict common to democracies.

MET COMERC CTL IINFRAS DEV

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

MET CURR INFUS PROG

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

MET DIILS

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

MET DIILS ASSESS OF ISSUES

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

MET DIILS JOINT CONUS PLAN

This is the Phase II portion of the U.S. Military Justice System Module taught by the Defense Institute of International Legal Studies. During this phase, the host country is offered an opportunity to send a delegation composed of civilian and military officials to the United States to take part in developing the curriculum to be presented when the DIILS team returns to the host country. The curriculum is tailored to best meet the needs of the host country. A typical program will, nevertheless, include as subjects: the role of the military in a democracy, the law of war, rules of engagement, international legal constraints on military operations, internationally recognized human rights as a constraint on military operations, military justice, and civilian criminal justice systems.

MET DRMI - OVERSEAS

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

MET IHRM PH I

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

MET IHRM PH II CONUS

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

MET IHRM PH III

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

MET INTERDICTION PLANNING

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

MET JOINT CTR NARC EIMET

This five-day course is identical to the Maritime Law Enforcement Boarding Officer Course (P319100) but is instructed jointly using two USCG Instructors and 2 or more host nation instructors. This course is designed to increase the instructional proficiency of the host nation instructors and provide an increased number of trained boarding officers for the host nation at a reduced cost to the funding source. Host country instructors must meet prerequisites.

Class Size: Maximum: 32 students (24 optimal) Minimum: 16 students Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following: Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing; Moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) at the site; Slide projector, Flip Chart easel TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format); Chalk board or Magna-Slick board; Gymnasium or covered area suitable for arrest procedures, preferably with gym mats; Small quantity of narcotic substance (i.e., marijuana, cocaine, heroine. Preferably the narcotic most likely to be found during a smuggling interdiction operation) for testing during lab; Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates.

MET M/MARITIME SVC PH I

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

MET M/MARITIME SVC PH II

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

MET M/MARITIME SVC PH IV

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

MET MIL OPS OTHER THAN WAR

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

MET MLE ADV BOARD OFF

In addition to the material presented in the Boarding Officer Course (P319100), this course includes extensive instruction and practical exercises in defensive tactics, arrest procedures, additional boarding exercises, additional hidden compartment and smuggling detection exercises, crime scene management, use of deadly force judgmental exercises, and hazardous situations awareness training. The course is designed to provide host nations boarding team members with classroom instruction and numerous practical exercises in order to confidently conduct normal to high risk boardings. Class Size: Maximum: 24 students Minimum: 16 students

Materials: To be provided by the host country:

Classroom with desks and chairs of sufficient size for instructing Two Moored, unoccupied vessels (20-40 meters) near the training site

Slide projector, Flip Chart easel

TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format)

Chalk board or Magna-Slick board

Gymnasium or covered area suitable for defensive tactics, preferably with gym mats Small quantity of narcotic substance (i.e., marijuana, cocaine, and heroine. Preferably the narcotic most likely to be found during a smuggling interdiction operation) for testing during labs. Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MET MLE TRAINER

This five-day course is designed to instruct students on how to effectively train others in maritime law as Boarding Officers or Boarding Team Members. Students in this course are taught techniques in student management, presentation skills, developing visual aids, developing boarding scenarios, and theories of feedback and adult learning. The course is fast-paced and is instructed in a workshop format. Each student will be required to present two blocks of instruction.

Class Size: Maximum: 12 students Minimum: 6 students, Materials: The host nation will need to provide the following:

Classroom with desks and chairs for instructing

Office for reviewing video recorded presentations with students

Chalkboard or Magna-Slick board

TV/VCR (NTSC or multi-system format)

Flip-chart easel

Moored, unoccupied vessel (20-40 meters) at the site

Administrative support for typing roster and graduation certificates

MET REGIONAL CIV-MIL RELS

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

MET REGIONAL DIILS

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

MET TRAINING SURVEY-PDR

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

METAL WORKER

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

METALWORKER BNCOC

Supervision of metalworkers and machinists as required in welding; radiator repair; metal body repair; glassworking; fuel tank repair; painting; machine shop operations; training management; maintenance management; supply management; NBC operations, and METEOR/NAV SYS APPR Operation, tuning, adjustment, calibrations, alignment, troubleshooting, inspection, organization maintenance and repair of instrument landing system VHF omnirange and TACAN, and weather equipment such as cloud height, visibility, temp-humidity, wind, and pressure sensing. Special Requirements: Personnel in this AFSC are required to climb a tower in excess of 100 ft in height.

METHODS OF INSTRUCTION

MGMENT FOR CONTRCT SUPVS

Develops capability in advanced pricing techniques used in the estimating and analyzing of costs in large procurements. Final course for pricing and procurement personnel in the DOD cost and price analysis curriculum. It provides the experienced procurement analyst with the statistical and accounting tools necessary to analyze costs, establish cost estimating relationships, and develop reasonable cost estimates in large system procurements. The course examines statistical analysis, regression analysis, leasing, selected special topics, and computer applications.

MGMT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Train international officers and enlisted personnel Basic Computer Operations, Basics of Various Computer Software Programs, and Applications.

MICRO ELECT REPAIR

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

MICRO ELECT REPAIR

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

MICROMINIATURE SOLDERING

Technical, operator, and other training conducted at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel.

MICROWAVE MEAS & CALIBR

Prerequisites: AFSC 2P051/71 or civilian equivalent. ECL 70 SR.

MICROWAVE MEAS CALIBR/ARMY

Prerequisites: Open to US Army civilians with 35H20 or equivalent experience. ECL 70 SR.

MIDB PROD INSTALL/FACIL

Trains on fundamentals and applications of the modified integrated data base installation to facilities.

MIDB RETR & BASIC APPLS

Trains on fundamentals and applications of the modified integrated data base programs.

MIDB T3 RETR & BASIC APPLS

Trains on fundamentals and applications of the modified integrated database. (T3)

MIDB T3 TRANSITION

Teaches user and analytic skills on a more advanced integrated database unique to the country's needs. (train-the-trainer)

MIDB USER TRANSITION

Teaches user and analytic skills on a more advanced integrated database unique to the country's needs.

MIL & PCKEEP OPS IAW ROL

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

MIL FREE FALL JUMPMASTER

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

MIL FREE FALL PARACHUTIST

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

MIL INTELLIGENCE OFFICER

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

MIL OPS OTHER THAN WAR

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

MIL PERS TECH WO BASIC

Provides training on military personnel principles and procedures. The training includes personnel management, actions, records, personal affairs and strength accounting.

MIL SPT TO CIVIL AUTHORIES

This 45 hour academic hour introductory course is designed for military and civilian emergency responders who are involved in either requesting or providing military resources to provide assistance after a major disaster.

MIL WORK DOG HANDL(CERTIFY

Provides training in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties as a military working dog handler capable of handling dogs trained in patrol or detector tasks. Training includes safety procedures; maintenance of a dog to include grooming, inspecting health checkpoints, diseases, internal/external parasites, first aid, feeding and watering, medication and veterinary clinic procedures; maintenance of kennel and equipment; principles of conditioning; maintenance of the proficiency of dog in obedience, obedience course, controlled aggression, scouting, building search, vehicle patrol, conditions under gunfire, tracking, acting as a decoy; maintaining proficiency of dog teams; advice on use of dog teams; maintenance of records, reports, and forms; concepts of utilization; employment of search techniques; reaction to behavioral changes; explosive and chemical safety procedures; and legal considerations of military working dog utilization.

MIL WORK DOG SUPV(CERTIFY)

Instruction on Air Force management and supervision of the Military Working Dog Program at the unit level. Provides training for DoD personnel and international students. Includes transportation requirements for military working dogs and teams; a kennel section's operational responsibilities; resources required to operate a military working dog section; procedures for management of military working dog teams during air base survivability operations; principles of conditioning; procedures for procurement and maintenance requirements of drug training aids; evaluating employment of military working dog teams; proficiency training requirements for a military working dog; procedures for procurement and maintenance requirements of explosive training aids; evaluation and remedial action procedures for military working dog teams; and aspects of dog care and conduct protocol training on a potential detector dog.

MILITARY ACCOUNTING

To provide a general knowledge of Army financial management accounting systems and a working knowledge of the principles, rules, procedures, and reporting of the appropriations for Operation and Maintenance Army (OMA), family housing, and defense business.

MILITARY AIRSPACE MGT-NATO

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

MILITARY JUDGE COURSE

Provides military attorneys with advanced schooling required to qualify as full-time military judges at courts-martial. Topics covered include substantive military criminal law, trail procedures, defenses, instructions, evidence, etc.

MILITARY POLICE CPT CAREER

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

MILITARY POLICE INVESTIG

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

MILITARY POLICE OFF BASIC

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

MILITARY WORKING DOGS

Mobile Training Team (MTT) supporting the training of military working dogs/handlers.

MILSTAMP

General knowledge of MILSTAMP application and interface with other military standard systems. Subjects include activity address directories, transportation account codes, shipment planning, transportation control and movement document preparation.

MINE WARFARE ORIEN INTL

To train International Officers of the rank O1 through O5 in the concepts of Mine Warfare.

MINE WARFARE PLAN INTL

To provide in-depth education in advanced concepts of mine warfare for allied officers of the rank 0-4 and senior.

MINI ELECT REPAIR

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

MISC CINCPAC TRNG

To provide non-formal training in various areas in CINCPACFLT school houses.

MISC CNET TRNG

To provide non-formal training in various areas in Chief of Naval Education and Training school houses.

MISC MARCORPS TRNG

Provides specified Marine Corps training not covered by another program of instruction.

MISC USCINCPAC TRNG

To provide training in various areas at various USCINCPAC OCONUS sites.

MK15 CIWS BLK 1 DIFF

Provides 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 preventative and corrective maintenance for the alignment, adjustment, removal and replacement of equipment to include computer diagnostic tests and manual fault isolation of casualties to the lowest replaceable assembly under all conditions of ship readiness in port and underway with minimum supervision.

MK32 SVTT OPS/MT

To provide technical and practical training on the operation and maintenance of the MK-32 SVTT. This includes the MK-50 Torpedo, in handling, loading, down loading and receipt inspections. Also, operational maintenance on the MK-46 and MK-50 Torpedo. This course does not contain technical training equipment on the MK-32 MOD-14 SVTT, Torpedo Firing Doors, or Torpedo Strikedown Lift System.

MK32 SVTT OPS/MT

To provide technical and practical training on the operation and maintenance of the MK-32 SVTT. This includes the MK-50 Torpedo, in handling, loading, down loading and receipt inspections. Also, operational maintenance on the MK-46 and MK-50 Torpedo. This course does not contain technical training equipment on the MK-32 MOD-14 SVTT, Torpedo Firing Doors, or Torpedo Strikedown Lift System.

MK41 VLS FMS OPER/MAINT

To provide operation and maintenance training on the MK-41 Vertical Launch System.

MK612/MOD4 MAINT TECH

To provide training on test set safety, operation, troubleshooting, and calibration procedures.

MK612/MOD4 TEST OPERATOR

To provide training familiarization with the test set equipment and special tools utilized to troubleshoot and repair the test sets.

MK86 RADAR MAINT

To provide the knowledge and skills necessary to enable the technician to operate and maintain the GFCS MK-86 MODS-9, 10, and 12. Subsystems include Power Systems, AN/SPG-60 Air Track Radar, AN/SPQ-9A Surface Search Radar Group, AN/UYK-7 Digital Computer, RD-358A(V)/UYK Digital Magnetic Tape Recorder-Reproducer, Digital Input/Output Console MK-77, Operator Consoles, Optical Sighting System, and Gun Control and Monitoring.

MK92 MOD2 FIRE CONT SYS MT

This course is designed to impart the necessary maintenance skills and knowledge to support organization level maintenance of the FCS MK-92 MOD-2 equipment.

MLB COXSWAIN BASIC

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

MLB COXSWAIN HVY WTHR

This course is intended for coxswains with at least 1 year of experience operating small boats in heavy weather. The course focuses on heavy weather surface operations and touring on the Coast Guard 47-foot motor lifeboat in breaking surf up to 10 feet. The course provides students with the knowledge and skills to perform risk assessment, carry out basic engineering casualty control procedures, perform towing and surf operations in 8- to 10-foot seas, and perform rescue and assistance.

MOBILE COUNTERTERRORISM

Introduces analysts to the substance and theory of counterterrorism intelligence analysis, and serves as a baseline for understanding the techniques, tools, and procedures supporting timely intelligence on terrorist group behavior.

MOBILIZATION/DEPLOYMENT PL

Addresses the mobilization and deployment process at various levels of command within the Army. Focus of the course is on the legal authorities, concepts, plans, policies, procedures, and responsibilities for mobilization and deployment at DOD, HQDA, MA

MOD PHTOGRAM

MODERN CARTOGRAPHY

MORTUARY AFFAIRS OFFICER

Provides training, planning, coordination and supervision of all graves registration matters in a theater to meet the needs of the total force.

MOUNTAIN SURVIVAL COURSE

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

MTT ADMINISTRATION-CNET

To train students in the -country via a Mobile Training Team. For example: safety.

MTT ADV O/BOARD MTR MTCG19

This course teaches advance outboard preventative maintenance and advanced troubleshooting techniques and complete disassembly and re-assembly of Power heads. Students will receive classroom instruction as well as practical experience in major engine overhaul procedures. This course is designed for Outboard Motor Corporation (OMC) outboard motors. However, it can be modified to include other engine manufacturers. Class Size: Maximum: 20 students Minimum: 12 students; Materials: Host country must have outboard motors to work on including required special tools and manuals for their specific motors.

MTT CG DEVELOP/NEED ASSESS

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

MTT CG TRNG SURV-NON-EIMET

The pre-training survey determines the respective country's needs and requirements for the MTT, which will follow.

MTT ENG/LOG ADMIN TRNG CG8

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

MTT HIGH SPEED SM CRAFT

Conduct a tailored high-speed, small craft operations/coxwain course consisting of instruction in high-speed boat handling/maneuvering, interception/interdiction operations, small craft boarding procedures, at sea and in the littoral environment.

MTT HULL MT&DMG CONT CG14

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

MTT INTL PART/MARITIME EXC

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

MTT L605 FIREFIGHT SYS

Conduct a modified foam generating systems operation and maintenance course specifically applicable to the systems installed in the Knox Class Frigate.

MTT M/MARITIME SCP PH3 E/I

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

MTT MAINTENANCE - NAVSEA

To provide a NAVSEA Mobile Training Team to go in-country for the purpose of training foreign personnel to maintain identified equipment/systems.

MTT MAR ENVIRON SECUR SEM

The first phase of this offering is in seminar format and is designed for Mid-Managers and Senior Managers. Phase One is a overview of the U.S. Coast Guard's Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Program. An assessment of the host nation's program is also conducted. The assessment is used to determine the host nation's specific training needs, as well as the best audience or agency to receive the training. A specific training program is then designed and delivered at a later date, or over a series of dates. During subsequent phases, a U.S. Coast Guard Training Team returns and delivers the customized program to the target audience.

MTT MARINE CORPS

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

MTT MISSILE-TNG-GENERAL

MTT OPS TRA PRGM DEV CG12

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

MTT OTHER - USCG CONUS

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

MTT OTHER - USCG O/S

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

MTT OUTBOARD MTR MAINT CG9

This course teaches basic preventative maintenance and advanced troubleshooting techniques for outboard boat motors. Students will receive classroom instruction as well as practical experience on the host country's outboard motors. This course is designed for Outboard Motor Corporation (OMC) outboard motors. However, it can be modified to include other engine manufacturers. Class Size: Maximum: 20 students, Minimum: 12 students. Materials: Host country must have outboard motors to work on including required special tools and manuals for their specific motors

MTT PORT SEC/VUL ASM

This course is designed for Mid-level Managers. The course content is identical to the "Port Physical Security/Port Vulnerability Assessment (PPS/PVA)" course. However, students receive additional instruction in Waterways Management Tools and Risk Management. There is a third tabletop exercise, which involves developing a physical security plan within a port area assessed during the physical security survey or port vulnerability assessment exercises.

MTT PORT SECURITY, VUL ASM

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

MTT POST DEPL STNDDN-USMC

Provides post deployment, standown activities for personnel returning from a mobile training team deployment.

MTT PRE-DEPLOY PREP - USMC

Provides required pre-deployment training, to include mandatory anti-terrorism and personnel protection training, for personnel deploying as a part of a mobile training team.

MTT RISK MGMT WORKSHOP O/S

This 5-day workshop is intended for team leaders and team members at all levels of management. Participants will study the seven critical skills necessary for effective team coordination: leadership, mission analysis, adaptability and flexibility, situational awareness, decision-making, communication, and assertiveness. The workshop coordinators will tailor the training topics to fit the organization and suggest how the organization might best embed the concepts to ensure that the behavioral changes become permanent. This program markets effective risk decision-making under high stress operations and human error accident reduction. It also promotes better team performance and mission effectiveness by providing a framework in which team members (and teams) can better interact.

MTT SEARCH AND RESCUE CG10

This course instructs students on how to prepare, organize, and implement search and rescue operations. The course curriculum includes initial actions, mission organization, water currents, public information and documentation, search patterns, decision-making, and case study analysis. This course will be tailored to host nation needs and resources.

MTT SM ARMS MLE

This course trains students in the safe and effective use of small arms in law enforcement operations. Training focuses on weapons awareness/safety, marksmanship, presentations, maintenance, troubleshooting and practical shooting courses. This course can cover pistols (all types), rifles (all 5.56mm and 7.62mm weapons.), shotguns, M-60 7.62mm machine guns and M-2 .50 cal machine guns.

MTT SMALL BOAT OPS CG11

This course familiarizes students with procedures to be followed for the safe and effective operation of small boats (less than 50 ft./15m. Length). Course contents will be tailored to meet requesting county's needs and desires. Possible course topics include coxswain skills, navigation, deck seamanship, marlinespike seamanship, navigation rules, towing, fire-fighting, riverine operations, and engineering casualty control.

MTT SRCH COORD & EXECUT

This course provides commanders and search and rescue (SAR) units with the information necessary to plan searches, calculate rudimentary drift, and improve their search effectiveness on scene. Topics covered are SAR system overview, maritime SAR assistance policy, manual solution for calculating drift, search patterns, search plan decision-making, SARSAT, SAR communication, risk management, case studies and public information.

MTT TRAINING AIDS-USMC

Provides training aids, and other related equipment, required to support a deploying mobile training team.

MTT TRAINING SURVEY-PCT

To provide a CNET survey team to go in-country to assist the Security Assistance Officer in defining the mission, duration, composition, and equipment or support requirements for a future Mobile Training Team.

MTT TRAINING SURVEY-PMC

Provides pre-deployment site survey for a mobile training team.

MTT-ADMINISTRATION-OS

MTT-ADP

MTT-ARMAMENT SYS MAINT

MTT-ARMOR OPERATIONS

MTT-ARTILLERY EQUIP MAINT

MTT-ARTILLERY OPERATIONS

MTT-AVIATION-GENERAL

Mobile Training Team - Aviation - General

MTT-AVIATION-OS

MTT-AVN FIX-WING MAINT

MTT-AVN FIX-WING MISC

MTT-AVN FIX-WING OPNS

MTT-AVN FIX-WING SURVEY

MTT-AVN FIX-WING TRANS

MTT-AVN ROTARY-WING MAINT

MTT-AVN ROTARY-WING MISC

MTT-AVN ROTARY-WING OPNS

MTT-AVN ROTARY-WING SURVEY

MTT-AVN ROTARY-WING TRANS

MTT-C/E EQUIP MAINTENANCE

Mobile Training Team - Communications/Electronics Equipment Maintenance

MTT-C/E MISCELLANEOUS

Mobile Training Team - Communications/Electronics Miscellaneous

MTT-CIVIC ACTION

MTT-CIVIC ACTION-OS

MTT-COMBAT INTELLIGENCE

MTT-COMBAT OPERATIONS

Mobile Training Team - Combat Operations

MTT-COMBAT OPERATIONS-GEN

MTT-COMBAT OPERATIONS-OS

MTT-COMBINED ARMS OPNS

Mobile Training Team - Combined Arms Opns

MTT-COMM LOGISTICS

MTT-COMM-ELECT-GENERAL

Mobile Training Team - Communications-Electronics-General

MTT-COMM/ELECT-OS

MTT-COMPT/MANAGEMENT-OS

MTT-COMPTROLLER FUNCTIONS

MTT-COUNTERINSURGENCY

MTT-COUNTERINSURGENCY-OS

MTT-COUNTERINTELLIGENCE

MTT-CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

MTT-ELECTRONIC WARFARE

MTT-ENGINEER LOGISTICS

MTT-ENGR EQUIP MAINTENANCE

MTT-EQUIP OPERATIONS-OS

MTT-EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS

Mobile Training Team - Equipment Operations

MTT-EXCESS BAGGAGE

MTT-EXCESS BAGGAGE-OS

MTT-EXCH PERS-TRAINER-OS

MTT-GENERAL MAINTENANCE

MTT-GENERAL SUPPLY

MTT-GRD TO GRD MISSILE TNG

MTT-GROUND TO AIR MSL TNG

Mobile Training Team - Ground to Air Missile Training

MTT-INFANTRY OPERATIONS

MTT-INTELLGENCE-OS

MTT-INTELLIGENCE

MTT-LANGUAGE, MISC

MTT-LIGHT WEAPONS MAINT

Mobile Training Team - Light Weapons Maintenance

MTT-LOGISTICS-GENERAL

Mobile Training Team - Logistics-General

MTT-LOGISTICS-OS

MTT-MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

Mobile Training Team - Maintenance Management

MTT-MAINTENANCE, GENERAL

Mobile Training Team - Maintenance - General

MTT-MAINTENANCE-OS

MTT-MANPOWER MANAGEMENT

MTT-MEDICAL EQUIP MAINT

Mobile Training Team - Medical Equipment Maintenance

MTT-MEDICAL LOGISTICS

MTT-MISCELLANEOUS OPNS

Mobile Training Team - Miscellaneous Opns

MTT-MISSILE SYSTEM MAINT

Mobile Training Team - Missile System Maintenance

MTT-MISSILE TNG SURVEY

MTT-MISSILE TNG, MISC

MTT-MISSILE-OS

MTT-MOI DEVELOPMENT

MTT-NCO LEADERSHIP

Mobile Training Team - Non-Commissioned Officer Leadership

MTT-NON-CBT-OPERATIONS-OS

MTT-ORD EQUIP MAINTENANCE

MTT-ORDNANCE LOGISTICS

MTT-OTHER

Mobile Training Team - Other

MTT-OTHER-OS

MTT-PERSONNEL, GENERAL

Mobile Training Team - Personnel, General

MTT-PERSONNEL-OS

MTT-PERSONNEL/ADMIN

MTT-QM LOGISTICS

MTT-RADAR MAINTENANCE

Mobile Training Team - Radar Maintenance

MTT-RADIO OPERATIONS

Mobile Training Team - Radio Operations

MTT-RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

MTT-SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE

MTT-SPECIAL OPERATIONS

Mobile Training Team - Special Operations

MTT-SUPPLY-OS

MTT-SUPPLY/MAINT MGT

Mobile Training Team - Supply/Maintenance Management

MTT-SURVEY

Mobile Training Team Survey

MTT-SURVEY-OS

MTT-TAC COMMUNICATIONS SYS

MTT-TNG AIDS

MTT-TNG AIDS/OS

MTT-TRACK VEHICLE MAINT

MTT-TRAINING AIDS DEV

MTT-TRAINING AIDS SURVEY

MTT-WHEEL VEHICLE MAINT

Mobile Training Team - Wheel Vehicle Maintenance

MTT-WIRE OPERATIONS

MTT/TRAINING AIDS

Not a valid course - MASL created for financial purposes only.

MULT LAUNCH ROCKET SYS RPR

Inspection, testing, and adjustment of components to specific tolerances; determination of serviceability, disposition, and malfunctions in electronic, electro-mechanical, and hydraulic systems. Removal and replacement of line-replaceable units.

MULTILAYER SOLDERING

Technical, operator, and other training conducted at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel.

MUNITIONS INSPECTION

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

MUNITIONS MANAGEMENT

Prerequisites: AFSCs 2W071 or 2W091; grade level TSgt through SMSgt. SSgt and CMSgt can attend with MAJCOM functional manager approval. Civilians, GS-7 or higher, assigned to munitions supervisory positions. ECL 70 SA.

MUNITIONS SYS (SATP)

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

N/NH/N VIS GOGG INST PILOT

This course is designed to teach special Night Vision Goggle Instructor Pilot task to Taiwan. Course programmed on a case-by-case basis with specific coordination with US Army Aviation School, Fort Rucker, AL.

N/NH/N VIS GOGG INST PILOT

To provide the rotary wing instructor pilot with the skills and knowledge required to instruct in N/NVG techniques. The student will receive enough instruction to demonstrate proficiency in those tasks identified as mandatory for N/NV training.

NAMP INDOC

To provide newly commissioned or designated aviation ground officers (Navy 1520/63XX/73XX and Marine Corps 6002/6004/6502) with little (two years or less) or no aviation maintenance background who are prospective members of organizational or intermediate maintenance organizations with technical information and knowledge of the managerial responsibilities and the administrative duties required to perform at an entry level aircraft maintenance position.

NATIONAL SENIOR INTELL CRS

Prepares selected officers and key civilians for command, staff or policy-making positions in the national and joint intelligence communities.

NATL ENV POLICY ACT IMPL

Historical perspective on U.S. land and natural resources policy; environmental effects of military projects and programs; creation, intent, and requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA); NEPA case law; environmental legal responsibility.

NATO EWO/STF OFF (SATP)

Teaches fundamentals of electronic warfare, air defense systems operations, tactical electronic warfare operations, and electronic warfare management.

NATURAL RESOURCES MGT

The curriculum for the Natural Resources Management training includes the following areas: 1-Natural Resources Operations (40 hours). Assists installation personnel in the basic operations of the natural resources program.

NAUTICAL CARTOG

NAV AV WATER SURV N5

To provide standardized instruction to civilian aircrew, exchange Aircrew (U.S. and foreign), USN/USMC enlisted selected reserves, naval aviation observers, USN special mission personnel, USMC aerial observers, USMC non crew members on flight orders, and USMC helicopter machine gunners in procedures and techniques essential to overcome the hazards of water survival situations.

NAV AV WATER SURV N9

To provide initial and refresher adjunctive training for aircrewmen and passengers who would benefit from underwater egress training due to frequent overwater flights or predeployment work-ups.

NAV INSTRUCTOR TNG (T-43)

Prerequisites: Must have been selected for instructor duty. For international students: ECL 80 SR and Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required. Individual flying background data submitted to AFSAT/TO as soon as possible, but not later than 60 days before English language training start date. Criteria for all candidates: a. All candidates nominated for AETC instructor navigator duty must: (1) have their operations group (OG) commander's recommendation for AETC flying training instructor duty; (2) not have a Q-3, or unqualified rating, on any flight check in the last 2 years of active flying; and (3) not have more than one Q-2, or have additional training required, on any flight check in the last 2 years of active flying. b. Candidates must be medically qualified to fly.

NAVAL COMMAND COLLEGE

The Naval Command College assists specially selected international senior naval officers to prepare themselves for higher command responsibilities in their own Navies, and familiarizes them with U.S. Navy methods, practices, and doctrine.

NAVAL ENGINEERING ADMIN

This is an advanced level course intended for enlisted personnel pay grade E-6 and above who are assigned to engineering duty. Subjects taught include shore and afloat unit maintenance programs, budgeting, procurement systems, forms completion, correspondence, and other administrative responsibilities.

NAVAL GUNFIRE LIAISON OFF

To train U.S. and Allied officers and staff noncommissioned officers for duty as Naval Gunfire Liaison Personnel with units of Marine Corps Divisions, Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Companies, and other designated units.

NAVAL STAFF COLLEGE

To assist specially selected middle grade naval officers from other free world countries to prepare themselves for increased responsibility in their own navies and to familiarize them with United States Navy methods, practices and doctrines.

NAVIGATION-PILOTING

Designed to train officers and enlisted personnel of the Quartermaster rating and other selected ratings E-3 and above to apply skills required to safely navigate the harbors and coastal waters of the United States and its possessions.

NAVY BULK PETROLEUM

To provide navy fleet oiler personnel with a knowledge in receiving, storing, issuing and quality surveillance of petroleum products. NEC for which trained: Officers, none; Enlisted: 9561.

NAVY LEADER DEV PROG INST

To train Officer and Enlisted personnel in the skills and knowledge areas required to be a beginning Navy Leader Development Program (NAVLEAD) Instructor. It is designed to provide trainees with experiential situations, based on observable and measurable skills and knowledge, needed for instructing NAVLEAD billet specific skills.

NBC DEFENSE

This course teaches task in the nuclear, biological, and chemical defense area.

NBC RECONNAISSANCE

Training in advanced reconnaissance techniques and organizational mission of the NBC Reconnaissance Platoon is provided along with operation and maintenance of the M93 NBCRS reconnaissance system and the M113 APC.

NC-10B 1/C ME PP I/M

PURPOSE: Upon successful completion of this course, Aviation Support Equipment Technicians will have acquired sufficient knowledge and skills of the NC-10B-1/C Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) publications, operational check out procedures, safety precautions, periodic maintenance requirements, system component operation, and troubleshooting repair procedures to perform intermediate maintenance procedures under limited supervision, in an AIMD working environment.

NC-10B 1/C ME PP I/M

PURPOSE: Upon successful completion of this course, Aviation Support Equipment Technicians will have acquired sufficient knowledge and skills of the NC-10B-1/C Mobile Electric Power Plant (MEPP) publications, operational check out procedures, safety precautions, periodic maintenance requirements, system component operation, and troubleshooting repair procedures to perform intermediate maintenance procedures under limited supervision, in an AIMD working environment.

NCO ACADEMY PH-IV (E6/E7)

Provides professional military education that prepares noncommissioned officers for positions of increased responsibility by broadening their leadership and supervisory skills and expanding their perspective of the military profession. Guided discussion is the principal method of instruction in a 12- to 14- member seminar that allows students to share ideas, experiences, and work together to achieve various educational objectives. Formative evaluations are an integral part of the NCOA curriculum and serve as feedback tools for the student and instructor. Summative objective and performance evaluations are used to determine whether the educational requirements outlined in the course are met.

NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVLOPMNT

Prepares Latin American (LATAM) Non-Commissioned Officers to better understand their responsibilities within the dynamics of leadership, followership, and force interoperability. Course will introduce and expand key concepts regarding defense resource management, civilian control of the military, civilian and military armed forces interoperability, military justice, and human rights and dignity. Training is currently conducted in Spanish. (EXPANDED IMET - Core Course)

NDI DIFFERENCES

To provide Naval personnel in the Hull Maintenance Technician rating with the necessary training to perform weld inspections.

NDU INTERNATIONAL FELLOW

The National Defense University International Fellows program is a one-year fellowship program that allows the Fellow to participate in the core curriculum of the National War College and the Industrial College of the Armed forces and in selected electives.

NGB-MOUNTAIN WARF WINTER

The course is 14 days of continuous training, with an average of 15 hours of training every day. During the course, the student acquires the skills and knowledge required to exploit the harsh effects of the environment for tactical advantage.

NGB-MOUNTAIN WARFARE-SUMME

The course is 14 days of continuous training, with an average of 14 hours of training every day. The emphasis during the course is on practical, realistic, and strenuous hands-on skills, which are consistent with current tactical doctrine.

NIATS OPTR/MAINT

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Avionics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the AN/ASM-686 Night Attack Intermediate Avionics Test Set (NIATS), including system operation, maintenance procedures, and test set troubleshooting techniques, to perform intermediate level maintenance under close supervision in the intermediate level maintenance facilities.

NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES

Course Summary - This course provides special training to the aircraft electrician in the principles and procedural requirements necessary to repair and maintain aircraft nickel-cadmium battery systems and their capabilities and general limitations. Scope of the training includes principles of operation and battery maintenance. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

NIGHT VISION GOGGLE INSTR

Designed to provide in-depth training for individuals serving as supervisors or instructors of initial aircrew Night Vision Goggle (NVG) training.

NON-COM OFFICER SUPPLY CRS

Provides NCOs with the skills/knowledge required to perform the supply tasks.

NON-DESTRUCTIVE INSPEC/ *

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.

NONDESTRUCTIVE INSP APR

Principles and applications of nondestructive inspection methods; government specifications and Air Force publication related to nondestructive inspection. Basic metallurgy relating to types, causes, and characteristics of discontinuities in metals; identification of metals; preparation of materials for nondestructive inspection. Theory of basic electricity, magnetism, liquid penetrant, optical, conductivity, ultrasonic, eddy current, bond testing, composite components, and radiographic and spectrometric oil analysis inspection equipment. Development of techniques, interpretation and evaluation of magnetic, penetrant, optical, conductivity, ultrasonic, eddy current, bond testing, composite component inspection, radiographic inspections, and spectrometric oil analysis. All safety requirements included with the above items.

NUCLEAR EMERG TEAM OPNS

Special Requirements: Secret/RD security clearance. A copy of student's orders, including security clearance, must arrive at 3416 TCHTS/TTR, Kirtland AFB NM 87117-5000, NLT 5 workdays before class start date. Personnel who require glasses in normal performance of duty must have inserts for M-17 series protective series mask with them. The following attire is appropriate for the classroom and required for field exercises: battle dress (BDU) or a utility uniform for military; similar clothing for civilians. Cold weather conditions, October through April, require the students to dress accordingly for field exercises. 3416 TCHTS does not provide cold weather gear. Calculators are optional. ECL 80.

NURSING SERVICE MGT

Prepares selected Air Force Nurse Corps officers to use fundamentals of management theories and practices relevant to nursing middle management positions. Instruction is provided in problem solving, interpersonal relationships, communication skills, and team building. Appropriate JCAHO and professional standards, Air Force instructions, quality improvement and medical readiness applications are integrated throughout course content. Students are given opportunities to apply leadership and management principles, develop or refine management tools, and use computer technology which enhance nurse manager duties.

NUTR MED SVC MGT FOR DIET

Prerequisites: Lt through Col assigned as dietitian in a USAF medical facility. ECL 80.

OAC INTL STUDENT ENGR PREP

Familiarizes students with the U.S. Army, Engineer Corps history, military terminology and acronyms, equipment and organization. This prepares them to enter into the engineer officer-training program.

OB/GYN NURSING

Course instruction is presented through lectures, conferences, discussion, practical exercises, examinations, and clinical practicum. Major areas of instruction include Fundamentals of OB/GYN nursing, entry-level nurse function within the OB/GYN

OBC INTERNATION ENR PREP

Familiarizes students with the U.S. Army, Engineer Corps history, military terminology and acronyms, equipment and organization. This prepares them to enter into the engineer officer-training program.

OBJECTIVES AND TESTS

Includes principles of learning, interpreting the proficiency code key, developing objectives, correlation of objectives, AETC student measurement program, measurement items, measurement administration, and measurement analysis.

OBS ADMIN TNG-CONUS

OBS ADMIN TNG-OS

OBS ADMIN TRAINING-WESTCOM

OBS COMM/ELECT TNG-CONUS

OBS COMM/ELECT TNG-OS

OBS COMM/ELECT TNG-WESTCOM

OBS FLIGHT SIMULAT-CONUS

OBS FLYING TNG-OS

OBS FLYING TNG-USAREUR

OBS FLYING TRAINING-CONUS

OBS JOINT OPER-WESTCOM

OBS LOGISTICS TNG-CONUS

Observer Logistics Training-CONUS.

OBS LOGISTICS TNG-USAREUR

OBS LOGISTICS-TNG-OS

OBS MAINT TNG-CONUS

Observer Maintenance Training-CONUS.

OBS MAINT TNG-OS

OBS MAINT TRAINING-USAREUR

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS

Observer Medical/Health/Hygiene training in CONUS

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-OS

OBS MISSILE TNG-CONUS

OBS MISSILE TNG-OS

OBS MISSILE TNG-USAREUR

OBS NCO ACADEMY-WESTCOM

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS

Observer Operations Training-CONUS.

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-OS

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-USAREUR

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-WESTCOM

OBS PROF/ENG LANG TNG

This training is designed to provide orientation for host-country ELTP manages, language school directors, or key language training staff personnel. Training length is variable (maximum three weeks), depending on the previous experience of the student and the depth of exposure to CONUS ELTP desired. The content of the training will be arranged to cover those areas of ELTP operations and administration most appropriate to the observer as defined by the host-country. Training will be scheduled after coordination with AFSAT.

OBS PROFL/SPEC-CONUS

OBS PROFL/SPEC-OS

Observer Professional Specialized Training - Overseas

OBS THIRD COUNTRY INDIV TG

OBS THIRD COUNTRY UNIT TG

OBS/SCOUT HELO REPR

Removal and installation of subsystem assemblies and subsystem components; servicing and lubrication of helicopter and its subsystem; performance of scheduled inspections; safety practices and procedures; usage of ground support equipment required for helicopter maintenance.

OBSERVER (ECL70)

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.

OBSERVER (ECL80)

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.

OBSERVER VISIT/GENERAL

Not a course - MASLID created for financial purposes only.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SPEC

This course is designed to meet the standards of program approval established by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Graduates of this program are eligible to sit for national certification examination and qualify for the professional designation.

OFF GEOD COMPT

OFFICER CANDIDATE SCH00L

Officer Candidate School (OCS) is designed to train civilians and Coast Guard enlisted personnel in basic military principles, discipline, and fundamental professional skills. This intense military and academic training is designed to provide enough basic knowledge to allow the graduate to perform as an effective officer. The course is rigorous and challenging. The cadet's desire to participate must be strong enough to adjust to the demanding regulations, heavy academic schedule, and physically strenuous routine. The daily routine includes calisthenics, inspection, morning classes (4 hours), afternoon classes (4 hours), compulsory study period (2 hours), and meals. The Leadership and Management curriculum includes evaluation of self and subordinates, group dynamics, interpersonal communication, leadership styles, power and authority, and interviewing and counseling. Also included in Leadership and Management is a subsection on physical fitness, health, and well being. Cadets will participate in a physical fitness program designed to improve their overall fitness level. A fitness test is given three times during OCS and includes the following events: a 1-mile run, a 12-minute swim, push-ups, sit-ups, and flexibility. Cadets are required to complete survival swim training. The Academics curriculum provides training in junior officer skills including administration, nautical science, and USCG missions. As part of the training, cadets will conduct extensive research in a variety of USCG publications; study Coast Guard history and present day missions; and participate in first aid training. Through hands-on training, cadets learn nautical science concepts including maneuvering board and relative motion, piloting, celestial navigation, nautical nomenclature, shipboard communications, ship handling, international rules of the road, damage control, and Deck Watch Officer procedures.

OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL

PURPOSE: To provide a system of training and instruction in essential naval subjects, a source from which qualified officers may be obtained for the Navy.

OFFICER INDOCTRINATION SCH

This course, which parallels the OCS program, is offered for officers already commissioned. Officer Indoctrination School (OIS) shares the classroom professional curriculum with OCS, but does not have intense military indoctrination. OIS is divided into two segments: Leadership and Management, and Academics (see OCS description for subjects). OIS students reside in Cain Hall (BOQ) and attend all academic classes. They attend the swimming portion of physical fitness and are required to pass the survival swim. They are strongly encouraged to attend all phases of physical training including morning calisthenics. The officers must bring daily work uniforms and service dress uniforms for the respective service in home country. Some winter clothing items are provided. U.S. students are up to 40 years of age. International students generally rank in the O-1 to O-3 range. This is an ideal course for officers transferring from Army or Marine forces into a maritime service.

OFFICER INST TRNG

To train selected Naval and Civilian personnel to perform as instructors of group-paced courses within the Naval training environment. Training includes instructing group-paced practice teaching lessons, planning and writing practice teaching materials, and participating in simulated counseling and instructor evaluation exercises.

OFFICER TRAINING MGT

Plan and execute unit and individual training; to serve as instructors; develop a training program and administer skills tests, and the application of military training techniques to develop wargames.

OH-58 A/C INSTRUCTOR PILOT

This course of instruction consists of flight and academic training in day/night/NVG OH-58 tasks to include academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; academic instruction; etc.

OH-58 AEROSCOUT IP MOI

This course of instruction consists of flight and academic training in day VFR OH-58 tasks to include academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; academic instruction, etc.

OH-58 AEROSCOUT IP MOI-ITA

This course of instruction consists of flight and academic training in day VFR OH-58 tasks to include academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; academic instruction, etc.

OH-58 AEROSCT IP MOI(GRAD)

This course of instruction consists of flight and academic training in day VFR OH-58 tasks to include academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction, academic instruction, etc.

OH-58 MOUNTAIN QUAL

This course consists of flight training during which the student will acquire a new training technique designed to enhance overall situational awareness, cockpit communication and coordination, and most importantly, the judgement process.

OH-58D HELICOPTER REPAIRER

Performs the duties of crew chief, which include maintenance on Scout helicopters, Aviation Unit Maintenance, Aviation Intermediate Maintenance, or depot level facilities; removes and installs subsystem assemblies and subsystem components.

OH-58D HELO RPR SUPV BNCOC

Technical training in the aircraft maintenance management field is oriented toward developing skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures.

OH-58D WAR MAINT TP—W/FLY

To provide information and training on OH-58d Maintenance Troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

OH-58D WARRIOR AVIATOR QUA

Provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot and copilot/observer qualification in the OH-58D warrior helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills.

OIL ANALYSIS PROG PHY PROP

To provide selected personnel, Aviation Machinist's Mates (AD), Boiler Technicians (BT) and/or civilian equivalent (Chemist and Physical Science Technicians), with the required training in the principles and evaluation techniques necessary to perform spectrometric analysis of used oils for wearmetal content. These duties are usually performed in a shop/lab environment on shore stations as well as aboard ships.

OJT ADMIN

Course Objective - This course trains an OJT specialist to plan an OJT program; how to administer training, how to evaluate training programs, how to prepare training directives, and how to document an OJT program. Block I - The Use of Computers in the OJT Program (30 hours) - Total Quality Management as related to OJT. The structure of the USAF OJT program. Responsibilities of the Supervisor, Trainer, and Trainee. Block II - How to Develop a Training Plan for OJT (45 hours) - A master task listing, determination of training needs, determination of training capability and resources, selection of training strategies, scheduling training, and the status of training. How to conduct training utilizing different training methods. Block III - How to Evaluate Training (45 hours) - How to write training objectives, performance tests, written tests, and test analysis are covered in this block. Training forms and their documentation: Students will design, develop, and create forms to be used in an OJT program. Training is currently conducted in Spanish

OJT ADMIN TNG-CONUS

On the Job Administration Training-CONUS.

OJT ADMIN TNG-OS

On the Job Administrative Training - Overseas

OJT ADMIN TRAINING-WESTCOM

OJT ADP TRAINING-WESTCOM

OJT AFLOAT NAVSEA CONTR

To provide on the job training aboard ships which is conducted by civilian contractors who are under a Naval Sea Systems Command Contract.

OJT COMM/ELECT TNG-CONUS

Usually precedes Signal enlisted courses as outlined in the following chart (Electronic Technology Training Course Map). Request should specify annexes desired, and should be listed under MASL ID 139901. The purpose of Electronic Technology Training (ETT) is to train enlisted personnel in the basic skills/knowledge required to become a proficient equipment maintainer. ETT is integrated into the mandatory training annex of each MOS POI. Annexes may be taken separately as required to fulfill the necessary training of the student.

OJT COMM/ELECT TNG-OS

On the Job Communications/Electronics training - Overseas

OJT COMM/ELECT TNG-WESTCOM

OJT ENL MAR SAF GULF COAST

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other CG field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement.

OJT ENL MAR SAF NORTHEAST

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other CG field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement.

OJT ENL MAR SAF NORTHWEST

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other CG field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement.

OJT ENL MAR SAF PAC AREA

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other CG field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement.

OJT ENL MLE ATLANTIC AREA

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT ENL MLE GULF COAST

Prerequisite: Student must have successfully completed a U.S. Coast Guard course.

OJT ENL MLE NORTHEAST

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT ENL MLE NORTHWEST

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT ENL MLE PACIFIC AREA

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT ENL MLE SOUTHEAST

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT ENL SAR ATLANTIC AREA

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL SAR GULF COAST

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL SAR NORTHEAST

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL SAR NORTHWEST

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL SAR PACIFIC AREA

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL SAR SOUTH PACIFIC

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL SAR SOUTHEAST

This training provides exposure to real life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), and at an operational unit at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units) and operational unit standpoints. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT ENL TECH ATLANTIC AREA

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT ENL TECH GULF COAST

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT ENL TECH NORTHEAST

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT ENL TECH NORTHWEST

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT ENL TECH PACIFIC AREA

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT ENL TECH SOUTH PACIFIC

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT ENL TECH SOUTHEAST

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various areas of technical specialties. This includes functions such as aids to navigation, small boat seamanship, electronics maintenance, damage control skills, machinery maintenance, and weapons maintenance.

OJT FLIGHT SIMULAT-CONUS

OJT FLYING TNG-OS

OJT FLYING TNG-WESTCOM

OJT FLYING TRAINING-CONUS

OJT INTERM MAINT - SIMA

Provide Intermediate Maintenance On-The-Job-Training (OJT) to international officers and enlisted in the Operations, Maintenance, and Daily Procedures of a Ship Intermediate Maintenance Activity.

OJT LOGISTICS TNG-CONUS

On the Job Logistics Training-CONUS.

OJT MAINT TNG - OS

On the Job Maintenance Training - Overseas

OJT MAINT TNG-CONUS

On The Job Maintenance Training-CONUS.

OJT MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS

On the Job Medical/Health/Hygiene training in CONUS

OJT MISSILE TNG-CONUS

OJT MISSILE TNG-OS

OJT MISSILE TNG-USAREUR

On the Job Missile Training - USAREUR

OJT NCO ACADEMY-WESTCOM

OJT OFF FAM GULF COAST

These 1-2 week programs are conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF FAM NORTHEAST

These 1-3 week programs are conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF FAM NORTHWEST

These 1-2 week programs are conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF FAM SOUTH PACIFIC

These 1-2 week programs are conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF FAM SOUTHEAST

These 1-2 week programs are conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF MAR SAF GULF COAST

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other Coast Guard field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement. Officers may be assigned to enlisted Coast Guard personnel for daily activities, but will normally be sponsored by commissioned officers or commissioned warrant officers.

OJT OFF MAR SAF NORTHEAST

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other Coast Guard field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement. Officers may be assigned to enlisted Coast Guard personnel for daily activities, but will normally be sponsored by commissioned officers or commissioned warrant officers.

OJT OFF MAR SAF NORTHWEST

This hands-on, in the field training provides exposure to U.S. Coast Guard commercial vessel inspection activities, Port State Control inspections on non-US flagged ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Students should be physically capable of moderately physical activity associated with work in commercial shipyards and field pollution response. Typically, some time is spent with other Coast Guard field offices with limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement. Officers may be assigned to enlisted Coast Guard personnel for daily activities, but will normally be sponsored by commissioned officers or commissioned warrant officers.

OJT OFF MLE ATLANTIC AREA

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training. This training provides students with the opportunity to observe Coast Guard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. Students will accompany boarding teams on actual law enforcement boardings as an observer.

OJT OFF MLE GULF COAST

Prerequisite: Student must have successfully completed a U.S. Coast Guard course.

OJT OFF MLE NORTHEAST

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF MLE NORTHWEST

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF MLE SOUTHEAST

This 1-2 week program is conducted at operational units and enables participants to observe Coast Guard standard maritime law enforcement operations at the shipboard level, including counter-narcotics or fisheries law enforcement. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but is does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities. Providing information on the student's specific area of interest and the student's next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training.

OJT OFF SAR ATLANTIC AREA

This training provides exposure to real-life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units), and at an operational unit. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT OFF SAR GULF COAST

This training provides exposure to real-life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units), and at an operational unit. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT OFF SAR NORTHEAST

This training provides exposure to real-life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units), and at an operational unit. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT OFF SAR NORTHWEST

This training provides exposure to real-life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units), and at an operational unit. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT OFF SAR SOUTH PACIFIC

This training provides exposure to real-life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units), and at an operational unit. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT OFF SAR SOUTHEAST

This training provides exposure to real-life applications of maritime search and rescue skills used by the Coast Guard. Students will observe SAR operations at a Rescue Coordination Center (RCC), at the group level (rescue sub-center that controls SAR response units), and at an operational unit. Underway time on small boats and aircraft during actual search and rescue cases is likely.

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS

On The Job Operations Training -CONUS.

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-OS

On the Job Operations Training - Overseas

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-USAREUR

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-WESTCOM

OJT PROFL-SPEC-OS

On the Job Professional Specialized Training - Overseas

OJT PROFL/SPEC-CONUS

On the Job training Professional Specialized in CONUS

OJT PROFL/SPEC-USAREUR

ON SCENE COORD CRISIS MGT

This course is designed to provide the skills necessary for senior decision-makers to manage significant pollution incidents and other maritime disasters. The course consists of training on risk communications, contingency preparedness and critical success factors, and 3 challenging days of hands-on media relations training. Students will also participate in panel discussions led by crisis management experts from industry, academia, and the environmental community. Students will be challenged with various scenarios throughout the course culminating with a major response simulation in which participants will work in groups to resolve a series of high-pressure problems. The student population consists of 10 USCG officers (O-5 to O-6) and 10 senior level managers and incident coordinators from the maritime industry, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and other state and federal agencies.

OPER COMM CHIEF USMC

Provides training to qualify personnel to perform the duties of Operational Communication Chief. This course provides instruction in the operation, supervision and employment of U.S. Marine Corps Communication facilities and agencies. It encompasses fundamental technical theory, operating characteristics and employment of individual communication electronics equipment and systems; functioning of operational communication agencies; security measures, directives and cryptographic procedures; preparation of reports, estimates, plans and orders; organization and tactical employment of Fleet Marine Force; Naval Task Force and subordinate units; communication aspects related to other services or Armed Forces; techniques in amphibious and helicopter operations; unit training management; appropriate aspects of Marine Corps supply administration; map reading and aerial photograph interpretation; and the principles of effective instruction and leadership; and prepare movement reports.

OPERATING ROOM NURSING

Prerequisites: Desire to enter the operating room nursing specialty; demonstrated proficiency in nursing practice with competitive performance evaluations. Specific student prerequisites are determined by HQ USAF/SGN through HQ AFMPC/DPMMUN1. Prerequisites are published prior to selection boards by HQ AFMPC/DPMMUN1. ECL 80.

OPERATING ROOM SPEC

Phase 1 (6 weeks) didactic study in principles and methods of sterilization, preparation of sterile supplies, basic anatomy and physiology, identification and care of surgical instruments, sutures, needles, blades, linen and corrosion resistant metal.

OPERATIONAL LAW SEMINAR

This course focuses on the role of law in military operations—both as a force multiplier in enhancing modern "maneuver" warfare and as a limiting factor. The course analyzes operational law parallel to Army doctrine.

OPERATIONAL RADIATION SAFT

The topics included in this course are: principles and practices of radiation protection, radiological monitoring techniques, RADIAC instrumentation (including operation, calibration, and limitations), mathematics (enough to do calculations to measure radioactivity and evaluate real or potential hazards), biological effects of radiation, and applicable Federal and Army regulations.

OPERATIONS ENTOMOLOGY

Introduces vectorborne diseases with significant impact on military missions. Enhances individual capabilities to perform vector and vectorborne disease surveillance and control during war or natural disasters.

OPERATIONS RESEARCH/GRAD

Prepares officers for assignments in operations research or systems analysis with the Air Force. Program is designed to provide an extensive background in mathematics, economic analysis, operations research, and allied disciplines with emphasis on relating quantitative concepts to the decision-making framework of the Air Force. (EXPANDED IMET - Miscellaneous Course - If attended by a government civilian or a member of the country's legislature or parliament involved in military matters.)

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY

PURPOSE: This course will emphasize dental carries as a disease process—its epidemiology, reversibility, and conservative treatment.

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY

To update skills directed at the general dentist.

OPL PROBLEMS AEROSP PHYSIO

An operationally focused course that familiarizes students with innovations and developments in aerospace physiology as related to the line flyer. Reviews operational missions of every MAJCOM with emphasis on increasing training effectiveness of physiology programs. Seeks to facilitate coordination between physiological training personnel and flying customers through education in the aviator's diverse roles. Explores the latest in safety issues, fatigue countermeasures, sustained operations, NVG advances, stress management for the aviator, situational awareness, active noise reduction, and laser threats and high G issues.

OPLN AEROMED PROBLEMS

Orients flight surgeons to current operational aeromedical problems and describes recent advances in the clinical, management, environmental, and research areas of aerospace medicine.

OPNS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Provides personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate the Air Force Operations Resource Management computer database. Subjects covered are data base management, aircrew resource management, monitoring aircrew flying hours, aircrew training and evaluations, and aircrew scheduling.

ORAL PROF AV ALP SCHLRSHP

This course concentrates on language skills needed by pilots specifically, to improve pronunciation for successful radio communication, to improve comprehension skills under adverse conditions, to practice rapid oral responses, and to practice speaking while performing a complex motor task. The last nine weeks of this course are the Specialized English Training (SET). If the student qualifies for Refresher Training, the course duration is 21 weeks with the last five in SET. Students must meet the ECL requirement for follow-on-training prior to entrance into the OPSAV course. This course is offered upon request - minimum of four students required.

ORAL PROF AVIATION STUDNTS

This course concentrates on language skills needed by pilots specifically, to improve pronunciation for successful radio communication, to improve comprehension skills under adverse conditions, to practice rapid oral responses, and to practice speaking while performing a complex motor task. The last nine weeks of this course are the Specialized English Training (SET). If the student qualifies for Refresher Training, the course duration is 21 weeks with the last five in SET. Students must meet the ECL requirement for follow-on-training prior to entrance into the OPSAV course. This course is offered upon request - minimum of four students required.

ORAL PROF SKILLS FOR AVN

Oral proficiency skills for aviation

ORAL PROF SKILLS/AVIATION

Navy MASL used to program DLI OPI

ORDNANCE OFFICER BASIC

Instructions in leadership/management; unit administration; nuclear, biological, chemical (NBC) defense; tactics; unit support supply; unit and support maintenance; technical maintenance; and effective writing.

ORIENT TOUR-CONUS

Orient tour in CONUS

ORIENTATION TOUR D/V

To host a group of international senior military or defense officials so that they may learn more about U.S. military training philosophies and training opportunities. Typically a particular subject area is identified and one or two training activities are visited.

ORIENTATION TRAINING TOUR

Not a course - MASLID created for financial purposes only.

ORIENTATION VISIT/DV

Not a course - MASLID created for financial purposes only.

OROFACIAL PAIN

It will clarify the relationship between TMJ mechanics, jaw movement, occlusal schemes, and the functional needs of the patients.

ORSA MIL APPLICATIONS-1

This course provides specialty education in the military applications of operations research methodologies. Subjects covered include artificial intelligence, cost, combat modeling, decision analysis, deterministic and stochastic models, and linear statistics.

ORSA TECH & APPLICATIONS

Provides previously trained ORSA analysts with a refresher program and a new exposure to the latest ORSA techniques and current application of these techniques to military problems. Also provides insight and discussion regarding issues and skills necessary for the trained ORSA analyst.

ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALIST

The 304-P1 Course provides students with a general knowledge of anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, and the care and handling of orthopedic patients. Students assist in the management and operations of the Orthopedic Clinic.

ORTHOPHOTO

OTHER TRAINING SUPPORT

OTHER-CONUS TRAINING SVCS

OTHER-OS-FLD TRAINING SVCS

OUTBOARD MOTOR OVERHAUL

To train U.S. Military Personnel (officer and enlisted) for qualification as Outboard Motor Technicians in the operation, maintenance and overhaul of outboard motors.

OV-10A ACFT ELECT SYSTEMS

Course Summary - This course is designed for the experienced aircraft electrical specialist who needs familiarization with the electrical systems of the OV-10A 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), fire warning and detection system, engine start, lighting (internal and external), landing gear, fuel and flight control systems. Included is training in the technical order system, inspection system, and ground safety and cockpit entry for the OV-10A. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

OV-10A ACFT PNEUDRAUL TECH

Course Summary - This course is for the experienced aircraft pneudraulics specialist who needs familiarization with the OV-10A aircraft. The training includes identifying components and their locations, operational checks, and troubleshooting procedures on hydraulic power systems, secondary flight control systems and landing gear hydraulic system. Safety and technical publications will be covered throughout the course. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

OV-10A AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN

Prerequisites: 1. Physical condition: normal color vision, normal hearing, and normal manual dexterity. 2. Completed as a minimum, the basic course (Fighter Aircraft Crew Chief, MASL D141251 or Transport Aircraft Crew Chief, MASL D141279) or two years of practical experience is required. 3. Uniforms: Utility uniform, battle dress uniform or equivalent, is required.

OV-10A ARMAMENT SYS TECHN

This course teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to perform armament system maintenance on the OV-10A aircraft. Training includes familiarization of the OV-10A aircraft armament systems; removal, disassembly, assembly and installation of the AERO-65AI bombrack; electrical functional check of armament system; loading/downloading the LAU-131 (LAU-68) rocket launcher, 2.75" rocket, B-37K-1 practice bomb container and BDU-33 practice bomb. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

OV-10A COMM/NAV SYSTEMS

Prerequisites: 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/Navigations Course, MASL D133060, or equivalent, and 2 years of practical experience is recommended.

OV-10A EGRESS SYSTEMS TECH

Course Summary - This course teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to perform aircrew egress system maintenance on the OV-10A aircraft. Training includes egress system safetying; familiarization of egress system components; theory of operation; disarming and arming egress system; removal and installation of ejection seats; removal, inspection and installation of ballistic and non-ballistic components; operational check of ejection control assembly; removal and installation of cockpit escape system ballistic hose flow; removal and installation of personnel parachute and seat back plate with seats installed on aircraft; and an aircrew egress system final inspection. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

OV-10A INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS

Prerequisites: 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 Instruments Systems Course, MASL D141253, or equivalent, and 2 years of practical experience is recommended.

OV-10A/T-76 ENGINE TECHN

Course Summary - This course is for jet engine mechanics who have completed an apprentice level jet engine mechanic course or have one to two years of experience in jet engine maintenance. Course subjects include familiarization with associated technical orders, ground safety, engine and propeller construction characteristics and inspection procedures, removal and replacement of engine and propeller components, systems operation, and engine and propeller operational checks. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

OVERHL PROC/SERVO ACT*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.

P-3 ARM/ORD I/M

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordnancemen will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the P-3 Armament/Ordnance Systems equipment, including equipment functional checks, troubleshooting, disassembly, assembly, and inspection to perform, under limited supervision, Intermediate Maintenance in the AIMD working environment.

P-3 CONNECT/WIRING RPR O/M

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, avionics maintenance personnel will have sufficient knowledge and skill to perform, under limited supervision, connector and wire harness repairs on the P-3 aircraft electrical, electronic, and ordnance systems in the squadron working environment.

P-3 FLIGHT ENGR SYS FAM

Upon completion of this course, Flight Engineer students will have sufficient familiarization knowledge of the P-3 aircraft systems to continue follow-on training at VP-30/VP-31 to qualify as a flight engineer in accordance with the NATOPS program.

P-3C ARM/ORD SYS ORG/MAINT

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordancemen will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Armament and Ordnance Systems of the P-3C Aircraft, including publications, interfacing, Bomb Bay Stores, Jettison System, Wing Stores System operation and testing, Harpoon Aircraft Command Launch Control Set (HACLCS) and test set simulators, to safely perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

P-3C AVIONIC CAREER ORG MT

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Avionics Technicians (AT's) will have sufficient knowledge to operate, perform system analysis, troubleshoot, and perform, under limited supervision, organizational maintenance on the CP-901(V)4/ASQ-114(V) and CP-901(V)6/ASQ-114(V) digital data computer in the squadron working environment.

P-3C INTEG ELEC SYS CAREER

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Electrician Mates will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Electrical and Navigational Systems of the P-3C aircraft, including description, components, functional analysis, maintenance procedures, use of applicable publications, safety procedures, and test equipment, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

P3 OFT SIMULATOR TRNG

To provide initial and refresher training for P3 pilots to enhance their flying skills and maintain required qualifications.

P3 REPL FLT ENGINEER CAT 1

PURPOSE: To train the Category I Fleet Replacement Flight Engineer in the Flight and operating characteristics of the P-3 aircraft.

P3C AO FLT PJT

PURPOSE: To train inflight ordnancemen with the minimum techniques required to maintain the ordnance system installed on P3C update aircraft.

P3C REP NAV FLT OFF CAT 1

To train first tour Fleet Replacement Naval Flight Officers in skills and techniques required for performance as a navigator/communicator in P-3C model aircraft.

P3C REP NAV FLT OFF CAT 2

To train second tour Fleet Replacement Naval Flight Officers in skills and techniques required for performance as a navigator/communicator in P-3C model aircraft.

P3C SIMULATOR (OFT 2F87F)

To provide safe and effective training for P3 personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of P3 flight crew.

P3C SIMULATOR (PTT)

To provide safe and effective training for P3 personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of P3 flight crew.

P3C SIMULATOR (WST)

To provide safe and effective training for P3 personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of P3 flight crew.

P3C UD2 FR NON-ACOU OPRTR

PURPOSE: To train replacement P-3C Update II Sensor Station Three Operators in Non-Acoustic theory, equipment operations, terminology, and tactical application.

P3C/P3C UD2 REP PILOT C1

To train first tour Fleet Replacement Aviators in skills and techniques required for performance as a Pilot in P-3C model aircraft.

P3C/P3CU2 INST UNDER TNG 3

PURPOSE: To train IUT Pilots in skills and techniques required for performance as an Instructor in P-3C / Update II model aircraft.

PACIFIC ARMIES MGT SEMINAR

PACOM AREA SR OFF LOG SEM

PARACHUTE RIGGER

Inspecting, packing, rigging, recovering, storing, and maintaining air item equipment.

PATHFINDER

Navigate cross country on foot; establish and operate a day/night helicopter landing zone; establish and operate a day/night parachute drop zone; conduct slingload operations; aircraft rappelling; provide air traffic control and navigational assistance t

PATIENT ADMIN SPECIALIST

Working knowledge of AMEDD basic medical records and reports, admission and disposition records, medical statistical reports and procedures. Basic fundamentals of microcomputer operation to include keyboard skills and hospital information systems.

PATIENT ADMINISTRATION

This course is designed to provide the general knowledge necessary for assumption of an administrative middle-management position in a medical treatment facility. Program will include all administrative parameters/procedures incidental to the admission and disposition of patients; initiation, maintenance and disposition of medical records; medical statistical reporting; birth/death reports and certificates; release of medical information and processing of related correspondence; administrative support of patient movement/transfers, disability processing, and medical care evaluations.

PATRIOT - EOD

To train selected International Military students in the operation and render safe procedures for a specifically requested guided missile.

PATRIOT AIR DEF OFFICER

System operations, battle drill, maintenance, tactical deployment, and command control procedures.

PATRIOT FIRE CTRL OPER

Provide general block instruction and functional theories of the operation and maintenance for the PATRIOT Missile System. Subjects include operation, operational checks and adjustments, fault isolation and repair procedures.

PATRIOT LAU STA ENH OPR/MA

Provide general block instruction on the following subjects: driving skills for the heavy expanded mobility tactical truck, missile reload, launching station (LS) operation and maintenance, LS march order and emplacement, operator checks and preventive

PATRIOT SYS TECH WO BASIC

To provide knowledge of the Patriot missile maintenance systems, support concepts, and organization of technical publications; training, in the principle and theory of Patriot software, digital techniques, computer data flow, fault diagnostics and problem identification.

PATRIOT SYSTEM REPAIRER

An intensive course in the specific and generalized concepts and methods for total DS/GS maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of the PATRIOT Missile system to include the electrical, electronic and mechanical theory required to support that training.

PATRIOT SYSTEMS REPAIRER

An intensive course in basic electronics, digital technology, and advanced electronic theory.

PAVEMENT ENGR

Includes theory, principles and techniques for rehabilitation design, which includes reconstruction, overlays, maintenance, repair, and management of flexible and rigid pavement systems. Specific areas covered include the pavement rehabilitation process, project evaluation, rehabilitation materials, rehabilitation alternatives, alternative selection, pavement construction and pavement management. A significant number of hours are dedicated to project evaluation, which includes pavement condition data, pavement foundation (soils), drainage and structural analysis. Expedient and state-of-the-art techniques are used to evaluate the load-carrying capacity of existing pavements before and after rehabilitation occurs. Teaching methods include formal lectures, a field exercise, computer exercises, and guided discussion.

PAVEMENTS/ *

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.

PAVEMNT & CONSTRUCT EQUIP

Prerequisites: Possession of valid state vehicle operator license. ECL 70.

PDS FAMILIARIZATION CRS

Provides training for Air Force personnel with AFSC 2E251/71 or civilian equivalent in the knowledge and skills needed to perform PDS maintenance. Scope of training includes theory of operation, diagnostic analysis, and troubleshooting PDS equipment.

PEACE CARVIN/SN SPECL

Not a training course - MASL established for foreign student administrative support funding.

PEACE GUARDIAN/SN SPECIAL

Not a training course - MASL established for foreign student administrative support funding.

PEACE OPERATIONS

Familiarize the student with emerging U.S. doctrine for peace operations. Training will focus on TTP of peace operations to include logistics support, chain of command structures, rules of engagement development, and psychological operations and intelligence capabilities and assets. Further instruction will be conducted in preventive medicine and sanitation for peacekeepers as well as national citizens. Final training will encompass the role of civilian controls on military operations and the varying roles civilian nongovernmental organizations have in supporting

PERSONAL EQUIP/*

Not a valid course - MASL created for financial purposes only.

PERSONNEL APR

Covers personnel duties such as keyboarding and recorded and written communications, general administrative procedures, computer operations, personnel relocation and personnel employment, career enhancement, customer service, and orderly room procedures.

PERSONNEL SERVICES SPEC

Processing of classification and reclassification actions; preparing orders, SIDPERS; reviewing/determining proper enlisted promotions; assigning soldiers using wartime strength reporting; processing and responding to EDAS; separations; typing; administrative procedures; maintaining records using source documents; in/out processing; and Army correspondence.

PERSONNEL/*

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.

PERSONNELMEN CLASS A

PURPOSE: To provide organized and intensive training in order to supply the operating forces with personnel capable of performing job entry-level tasks equivalent to that required of a Personnelman Seaman Apprentice.

PETROLEUM LABORATORY SPEC

Training in basic petroleum laboratory subjects; tests used in the quality surveillance of petroleum products; the procedures and techniques for the identification, evaluation, and disposition of petroleum products; and a working knowledge of the organization.

PETROLEUM LOGISTICS MGT

Provides training for Air Force personnel, AFSC 2F071, in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a fuel superintendent or chief enlisted manager possessing AFSC 2F091/2F000. Training includes planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating fuels operation activities. It is designed to enhance the executive ability of the 7-level supervisor in the areas of quality assurance, war planning, and logistics management.

PETROLEUM OFFICER

Advanced petroleum and water handling skills, operations, and maintenance; energy management, water storage, and distribution; producing and processing petroleum products, data gathering, analyzing energy resources, and planning; the slating process, fuel depot operations, and quality assurance evaluation; and the airland battle scenario for advanced petroleum management.

PETROLEUM SUPPLY SPEC

This course provides training in packaged fuel products operations, Class III supply point operations; bulk petroleum receipt, storage and issue; waterfront and pipeline operations; and safety and health hazards.

PGS AV SAFETY OFF

To prepare safety officers at the squadron level to assist commanding officers in conducting an aggressive accident prevention program. When the SSO/ASO completes this course he will be able to organize and administer an accident prevention program at the squadron level, as defined in OPNAVINST 5100.8.

PGS TECHNICAL REFRESHER

The six-week refresher course surveys topics in calculus and physics to refresh long unused skills.

PHARMACOLOGY FOR GEN PRACT

To update skills directed at the general dentist.

PHARMACY APR (PHASE I)

Prerequisites: ECL 70.

PHARMACY SPECIALIST

Provide a working knowledge of drugs, their sources, preparation, uses, incompatibilities, and doses; pharmaceutical symbols and terms; storage, control procedures, and dispensing procedures performed under supervision of a Pharmacy Officer (AOC 67E) or a Medical Corps officer. Subjects include pharmacy administration, pharmaceutical calculations and chemistry, therapeutics, pharmaceutical preparation and hospital pharmacy

PHIB RECON BASIC - N03AHK1

This course trains students in the skills necessary to conduct the duties of a reconnaissance man (MOS 0321).

PHIB RECON BASIC - N30AHK1

Provide the student with a working knowledge of reconnaissance doctrine, concepts, and techniques, with emphasis on ground and amphibious point and area amphibious reconnaissance missions. The course combines lecture, demonstration, and practical application in communications, land navigation, supporting arms, reconnaissance skills, patrolling, reconnaissance missions, nautical navigation, amphibious reconnaissance, technical reporting, CRRC coxswain, and physical training. Students must be capable of enduring long hours and a physically demanding course. Location: EWTGPAC, San Diego, VA.

PHOTO LAB QUAL CONTROL

PHOTO PROCESS MAINT/QUAL C

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of US Navy EH-38D Photographic Quality Control Maintenance Technical (NEC 8133); US Air Force Apprentice Still Photographer (ASFC 3V0X2); plus follow up training.

PHOTOGRAM PROD SUPV

PHOTOGRAMM APPLI PROGRAMS

PHOTOGRAMMETRIC EDIT

PHOTOGRAMMETRY

Course designed for foreign nationals. Scope: To provide training in digital photogrammetric compilation techniques.

PHYS MEAS & CALIBR (ARMY)

This consolidated Interservice Training Review Organization (ITRO) course provides training in the knowledge and skills needed

to maintain and calibrate physical measurement equipment. Includes principles of metrology, the operation application, and mathematical analysis of measurement methods, calibration techniques of physical and optical measuring, and calibration standards.

PHYSICAL THERAPY SPEC

The 303-N9 Course is an introduction to delivery of health care and physical therapy services in relation to other patient-oriented services.

PHYSICAL/SWIM/INDOC

To provide physical and swimming training to foreign personnel to prepare them for follow on training in courses that require students to meet specific physical and swimming qualifications.

PHYSICS (ENGR PHYSICS)/GRAD

Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree in physics, engineering science, or engineering. Satisfactory completion of the aptitude and advanced tests of the GRE is required. ECL 80.

PHYSIO TNG / ORIGINAL

Teaches the physiological stresses and human factor implications of modern military aviation and prepares the flyer to meet these challenges.

PHYSIO TNG / REFRESHER

Teaches the physiological stresses and human factor implications of modern military aviation and prepares the flyer to meet these challenges.

PHYSIOLOGICAL/ *

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.

PHYSL TNG (SPEC/ORIGINAL)

A one day, triennial course required to maintain currency in physiological training.

PHYSL TNG (SPEC/REFRESHER)

Teaches the physiological stresses and human factor implications of modern military aviation and prepares the flyer to meet these challenges.

PILOT INSTRUCTOR TNG T-37

Qualifies pilots to perform duties as T-37 instructor pilots in UPT/SUPT. Training consists of diversified flying in the T-37 aircraft and simulator. Academic training includes applied aeronautics. flight planning, methods of instruction and ancillary topics.

PILOT INSTRUCTOR/T-38

Screens instructor potential and qualifies pilots to perform duties as T-38 instructor pilots in UPT/SUPT. Training consists of diversified flying in the T-38 aircraft and simulator. Academic training includes applied aerodynamics, flight planning, methods of instruction, and ancillary topics.

PLAN, PROG, BUDG & EXEC SYS

Resource management organizations and functions; budgeting; review and analysis; RDA management; special appropriations management; commercial activities; cost analysis; economic analysis; installation management programs; PIP/PCIP; commitment and obligation principles and rules; manpower and force structure management; internal controls; auditing.

PLDC - NCO ACAD

PLT INSTRMNT PROCEDURES CR

This course prepares pilots for flying in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) and under instrument flight rules (IFR). Block I - Instrument Flight Techniques and Basic Maneuvers (27 hours) - This unit is primarily designed for the development of aircraft control and performance techniques, cross control, 60-1 rule, and instrument maneuvers. It includes the use of navigational aids such as NDB, VOR, VOR/DME, and TACAN. Also included are the fix-to-fix, DME arc, and holding pattern at and away from the station procedures. Block II - Instrument Approach (27 hours) - This unit begins with an in-depth analysis of aeronautical charts published by the United States Department of Defense. Special emphasis is placed on the techniques and procedures necessary to perform precision and non-precision instrument approaches. Also included are the factors that should be taken into consideration during transition to landing and missed approach. Block III - Flight Simulator Missions (47 hours) In this unit the flight simulator will be used to carry out instrument maneuvers previously studied in the classroom. Some of these maneuvers include: basic and advance maneuvers, precision and non-precision instrument approaches, transition to landing, and missed approach. In summary, the primary objective of this unit is the application of the theoretical knowledge acquired to instrument flying. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

PMEL APPRENTICE (USAF)

Use of Air Force base calibration standards to analyze and isolate malfunctions, repair and calibrate electrical-electronic precision measurement equipment. Emphasis on the principles of electronics and metrology (the science of measurement).

POLLUTION PREVENTION PGM

Prerequisites: ECL 80.

PORT SECURITY A

This course provides entry-level skills to Coast Guard Reserve enlisted personnel with responsibilities for enforcing marine safety, port security, and environmental protection laws and regulations. Subjects include military leadership, vessel and waterfront facility inspections, basic law enforcement, Marine Safety Information System (MSIS) database, hazardous materials and oil spill response and investigations, harbor patrols and waterways management, enforcement of pollution prevention and hazardous material transportation regulations, and port physical security.

POWER GENERATOR EQUIP RPR

Safety consideration; malfunctions; diagnosing; organizational, direct and general support concepts for repair to replacement of defective components and assemblies of gasoline and diesel engines, electrical control systems of electric power generators and associated equipment.

PPL AIRCREW SURV EQUIP PR

To provide Aircrew Survival Equipmentman, both USN and USMC, E-4 and above, the skills necessary to perform and supervise the maintenance of aviators' equipment and systems at the organizational and intermediate levels of maintenance.

PPL DD-963 AUX SYS TECH

Provide an NEC producing pipeline for DD-963 Class Auxiliary Systems Technician.

PPL FFG NAV ET SYBSYS MNT

To provide maintenance and repair training on FFG-7 class Navigation System, consisting of the following courses: @AN/SPS-55 - A-104-0162 @AN/SPA-25 - A-104-0129 @AN/URN-25 - A-102-0239 @Successful graduates will be awarded NEC 1491.

PPL FFG-7 AUX ELECT SYS

Train personnel to operate and perform corrective and preventive maintenance at the organizational level on Auxiliary Electrical System components installed on FFG-7 Class ships.

PPL FFG-7 AUX MECH SUBSYS

To award NEC 4382. This entry describes an umbrella CIN which consists of five courses: @A-652-0320 Diesel Engine "C" School (Core) @A-652-0152 Engineering System Maintenance Management @A-652-0164 FFG-7 Fin Stabilizer System @A-652-0158 Auxiliary Mechanical System and @A-652-0167 16V149TI Diesel Engine Waste Heat System Maintenance.

PPL MM STEAM PROP MNT SUPV

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

PPL MM STEAM PROP MNT SUPV

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

PR - A/C SURV EQPTMN CCORE

This course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aircrew Survival Equipment. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.

PR - I LEVEL STRAND

This course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aircrew Survival Equipment. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at intermediate aviation activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.

PRACTICAL NURSE

Phase I (6 weeks) prepares qualified enlisted personnel to provide entry-level practical nursing care during peacetime and mobilization and to function as efficient and effective soldiers in a variety of military settings.

PRE-COURSE COMBAT DIVER

Pre-training for Combat Diver Qualification Course. Pool conditioning, endurance, and long distance swimming. IMS must pass pre-course before attending the Combat Diver Qualification Course, B126623.

PRECISE TIME CALIBR SYS

Prerequisites: AFSC 2P051/71, 2E153/73, or 2E851/71. Equivalent qualifications for civilians. ECL 70 SR.

PREPARATION OF SOPS

This course is designed to familiarize personnel engaged in ammunition operations SOP preparation and review with the Army Materiel Command (AMC) regulatory requirements and procedures governing SOPs.

PREV MEDICINE PGM MGT

This course is for middle to high-level management staff working or with duty assignments in preventive medicine. This would normally be senior captains to colonels in the Army preventive medicine field.

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SPEC

Inspect and evaluate sanitation and safety of living quarters, food service facilities, water supplies, barber and beauty shops, swimming pools and beaches, post nurseries, recreational facilities, industrial operations and other facilities and activities.

PRICE ANALYSIS

PRIM LEADERSHIP DEV

Basic leadership skills, NCO duties, responsibilities and authority, and how to conduct performance-oriented training. It focuses on leader training for first time leaders. Produces battle competent junior NCOs who are qualified team/section/squad leaders, trainers of leader and warfighting skills, evaluators and counselors, conductors/participants in individual and collective training, and performers/teachers of leader skills, knowledge, and attitudes. The course is non-MOS specific, taught in an NCO Academy live-in environment using small group instruction with practical application, followed by hands-on, performance-oriented training conducted in a field environment, culminating with a field training exercise.

PRIN INVEN CTRL (WPN SYS)

To detail the necessary actions to provide spares and repair parts support for weapon systems. This course also provides detailed explanation of the U.S. Security Assistance programs and the roles of responsible agencies including Fleet Material Support Office, Navy Inventory Control Point, Aviation Supply Office, Navy International Programs Office, and Defense Security Assistance Agency.

PRIN OF MIL PREV MED

To provide Army Medical Department (AMEDD) officers with the skills and knowledge to function in preventive medicine specialty areas at an entry level. During the course the student will be required to demonstrate an understanding of important principles and procedures in the following areas: community health practices, communicable and infectious diseases, epidemiology, statistics, medical entomology, industrial hygiene, health physics, sanitary engineering, and environmental science.

PRINC OF CONTRACT PRICING

First and basic course in the DoD curriculum of courses in cost and price analysis. Provides the foundation for the study and practice of cost and price analysis. Includes an estimation of the environment in which cost and price analysis takes place, sources of data for cost and price analysis, methods for analyzing direct and indirect costs, performing profit analysis, selected current pricing topics, and instruction on the fundamentals of the negotiation process including essential techniques, strategy, tactics, and individual and group negotiation workshops. An actual cost analysis is used to illustrate and integrate the various concepts and methods taught in the course. Credit for this course is also available through an equivalency examination. For more information on these alternative methods, contact AFIT/LSA, DSN 785-6844. Students are taught contract negotiation skills and participate in simulated contract negotiations.

PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION

Trains personnel involved in conducting instruction.

PRINCIPLES/COST ANALYSIS

First and basic course in DoD curriculum of courses in financial cost analysis. Provides the foundation for the study and practice of financial cost analysis. Includes an introduction to the financial cost estimating environment, sources of data for developing independent estimates, cost analysis of contractor proposals, methods of developing and analyzing cost estimates, computer software application and electronic spreadsheet documentation, and selected current cost analysis topics. An independent cost estimate is developed using the electronic spreadsheet to illustrate and integrate the various concepts and methods taught in the course.

PROD/QUAL MGT FUNDAMENTALS

Improves the effectiveness of production officers, industrial specialists, production specialists, and contract administrators responsible for production. Course content includes a study of industrial organization and operation, management of raw materials and finished products, quality control, and inspection. Also included is a study of the principles and methods used in the performance of production pre-award and post-award activities. Throughout the course, stress is placed upon military-contractor relationships, accepted behavior in these relations and reporting responsibility. For a 2 �-week period of this course, students are teamed (two to four students per team) and assigned to selected industrial facilities throughout the United States to observe and analyze industrial management of business and manufacturing activities. Credit for this course is also available through an equivalency examination. For more information, please contact AFIT/LSA, DSN 785-6844.

PRODUCT/PRO ENGR INTERN

The specialty branch of professional engineering which requires the application of engineering procedures to manufacturing processes and methods of production of industrial commodities and products.

PROF MIL COMPTROLLER CRS

Prerequisites: Major (select) and above through colonel and GS-12 through GS/GM-15 (captains and GS-11 may be considered on an exception basis); actual or anticipated assignment as comptroller or assistant comptroller at wing or higher levels or as the head of a branch, division, or directorate in the comptroller staff at intermediate command headquarters or higher; and others within and outside the comptroller field who, with the approval of the MAJCOM comptroller, are qualified because of their positions and responsibilities in resource and associated fund management.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Prerequisites: JOB: Personnel with MAJCOM or AFRCE level project management responsibilities. EDUCATION: As a minimum, students must have a Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Architecture. OTHER: Personnel must have completed MGT 101, Introduction to Base Civil Engineering, or have a minimum of 3 months experience in the management of design or construction of military construction projects. Personnel must also have read the "USAF Project Manager's Guide for Design and Construction" and are required to bring a copy to the class. ECL 80.

PROJECT PROGRAMMING

Prerequisites: JOB: Personnel engaged in or supervising project programming activities. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree. Nominees not holding a baccalaureate, but who meet all other prerequisites for this course, will be considered for attendance. However, all students must be able to complete upper-level undergraduate course work. ECL 80.

PROPUL APR JET ENG (F110)

Prerequisites: ECL 70 SA.

PROPUL FUEL TESTING-SHPBD

The Shipboard Propulsion Fuel and Oil, JP-5 System and Fuel Testing course is designed to provide Oil King and fuel handling personnel basic knowledge, and the skill necessary to operate/maintain propulsion/JP-5 shipboard fuel systems, to monitor the quality of shipboard fuels through a vigilant fuel testing program, and provide familiarity with logs, records, and reports necessary to monitor fuel and oil usage.

PROSP COMMANDING/EXEC OFF

The value of this course is highly dependent upon active student participation. This advanced course covers specific topics to enhance preparation of officer and senior enlisted personnel for command at sea. The course includes classroom and lab work, case studies and practical instruction in ship handling, rapid radar plotting, radar collision avoidance, military justice, stability, and public affairs.

PROSP ELECTRONICS MATL OFF

To provide selected officers and chief petty officers with the knowledge and skills required for administration of electronics assets on board Atlantic Fleet sea and shore commands.

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT/ *

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.

PROVISIONING MANAGEMENT

Provides an understanding of the provisioning process associated with the acquisition of new weapon systems and equipment entering the Air Force inventory. The course is specifically directed at personnel assigned to the AFLC air logistics centers in such areas as provisioning, equipment, standardization, requirements, and cataloging, and to those logistics or program managers at program offices, headquarters, and MAJCOM level who actively participate in the provision process. Exposes attendees to the current DoD concepts, philosophies, and efforts designed to improve the provisioning process. Reviews current provisioning policies and management procedures, emphasizes the interrelationships and interdependencies of logistics functions, and discusses new concepts and techniques. Focuses on the management aspects of provisioning and its impact on system support as opposed to a detailed coverage of operating procedures. Emphasizes the flow of the provisioning process to ensure a sound understanding of the normal sequence of events, which occur in the provisioning of a system or end item of equipment. Instructional methods include participative concepts as well as lectures and discussions. A computer-assisted simulation exercise is conducted in which students play the roles of staff and technical personnel participating in the major segments of the provisioning process and initial support environment.

PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS

Social and behavioral sciences; the PSYOP process; doctrine, organization and employment; PSYOP techniques and procedures; course exercises; contemporary issues and PSYOP.

PT-6A ENGINE TECHNICIAN

Course Summary - This course is for jet/turboprop engine mechanics who have completed an apprentice-level jet/turboprop engine mechanic course or have one to two years of experience in jet/turboprop engine maintenance. Course subjects include familiarization with PT6 engine components, systems operation, engine maintenance, and inspection requirements. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER

Course is designed to provide instruction and comprehension of the theory, concepts, policies and principles of community relations within the military environment, public affairs communication, speech and research, basic journalist and broadcast instruction necessary for the public affairs officer, public affairs specific for each service, public affairs responsibilities applicable to the unified and specified military command, media relations, and on-camera training and requirements of the public affairs officer in a warfighting concept.

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS

Prerequisites: ECL 80.

PUBLIC HEALTH APPRENTICE

Prerequisites: See AFMAN 36-2108 (formerly AFR 39-1). ECL 80 SA.

PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICER

Prepares public health officers to manage public health programs in support of the USAF Aerospace Medicine Program. Includes basic skills in written and oral communication, epidemiology, bio-statistics, computer operation; toxicology, industrial operations, radiation principles, ergonomics; occupational health maintenance, personal protective equipment; hearing conservation; occupational illness identification, investigation, and management; trend analysis; worker compensation; occupational health education; federal environmental policy; health risk assessment and communication; identification, procurement, sampling, storage procedures, and quality control of subsistence; military quarantine and inspection procedures; food-serving facility and public facility inspections and evaluations; modes of transmission, surveillance, and methods of prevention, treatment, and etiology of communicable disease; disease vector surveillance, identification and control; attending service visits; administrative skills; principles and procedures in office management and administration; medical intelligence; field sanitation and hygiene; medical readiness training; and officer and enlisted career management.

PWR GEN EQUIP RPR BNCOC

Basic Noncommissioned Officer course (BNCOC) common core and logistics management. Supervision or performance of unit, direct support, and general support maintenance on power generation equipment.

QA (ACFT) TAC **FTD

Technical, operator, and other training that a team conducts at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel.

QM OFFICER BASIC

This course will cover common unit management tasks; technical Quartermaster functions; and specific specialty training in general materiel management, field services, subsistence management, and petroleum and water operations.

QM/CHEM EQUIP REPAIRER

Unit, DS, and GS maintenance of laundry, bath equipment, pumps, engines, burner equipment, decontamination equipment, filter units, smoke generators, water purification equipment, and basic knowledge and skills training.

QUAL ASSURANCE SYMPOSIUM

Prerequisites: Must be a quality assurance coordinator, risk manager, chief of hospital services, chief nurse, base dental surgeon, or medical records administrator. ECL 80 SA.

QUALITY ASSURANCE (ACFT)

Targeted for personnel performing duties within a quality assurance organization in ANG, AFRES, AETC, or AFMC. Training includes responsibilities of the quality assurance organization, the Air Force publication systems including technical orders and time compliance technical orders (TCTO), product improvement including deficiency analysis and reporting, quality assurance inspections and evaluations, and evaluation of the maintenance program.

QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

To provide the necessary knowledge to effectively manage a quality assurance program with in an intermediate maintenance activity.

QUALITY PRODUCT ASSUR ENGR

Quality and Reliability Engineering assures that the equipment and systems conform to design specification. Equipment and systems represent large investments in time and money and it is critical that they be designed properly and function properly.

QUARTERMASTER A

Safety at sea depends largely on skillful navigation, keeping a careful lookout for other ships, obstacles, etc., and proficiently exchanging signals with other ships and shore stations. In performing these roles, the Quartermaster has one of the most important responsibilities aboard ship. This course teaches log keeping, international shipboard communications procedures, navigation, piloting, maneuvering board usage, international rules of the road, signaling, watchstanding, weather observations, navigational instrument care, and general shipboard operations.

QUARTERMASTER CLASS A

To provide basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties of a Quartermaster of the Watch (less visual signaling) aboard ships underway, in port or at anchor.

R & M DESIGN SYS ACQUISTN

Prerequisites: A technical degree or technical background is mandatory. A minimum of 1 year of experience is desired. ECL 80.

RADAR EVAL CRS 2

Prerequisites: Students must complete Ground Radar Evaluation Course, TAC 303RE 000. ECL 80.

RADAR EVAL CRS-000

Familiarizes radar system evaluators with the authority, purpose, objectives, and the life cycle of an evaluation. Included is analysis of a final radar evaluation report. Unclassified information on the radar technology being evaluated by the 84 RADES is discussed and includes surveillance radars, heightfinders, beacon radars, 3-D radars, and other related systems.

RADAR FUND

Provides instruction to personnel in the fundamental concepts of radar in preparation for further training in ground and aviation radar systems. This course provides intermediate level instruction in electronic theory and servicing principles common to Fleet Marine Force radar and associated electronic equipment. It encompasses specialized radar circuitry, analysis of individual stages in a representative radar training device, alignment and tuning techniques, performance standards testing, use of test equipment, and isolation and repair of malfunctions.

RADAR REPAIRER

Basic electronics, digital technology, and advanced electronic theory.

RADAR REPAIRER/TPQ-36

Test, troubleshoot and fault isolate defective component(s); and perform required Organizational, Direct and General Support level maintenance troubleshooting, repair, and alignments as applicable.

RADAR REPAIRER/TPQ-37

Test, troubleshoot and fault isolate defective component(s); and perform required Organizational, Direct and General Support level maintenance troubleshooting, repair, and alignments as applicable.

RADAR REPEATER SWITCHBD

To provide necessary maintenance on the AN/SPA-25B/E/F Radar Repeaters, the C-11300/SPA-25E Off-Centering Controller, and the SB-1505/SP Radar Switchboard.

RADAR/ *

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

RADIAC MAINT & MGMT

Theory, operation, repair, calibration, and certification of radiation monitoring equipment. Health physics, regulations for the handling, storage, and identification of radioactive materials as required for industrial radiological monitors and US Air Force individuals users permit certification.

RADIO NAV ENGINEERING

This course teaches the theory and operational concepts of LORAN-C GPS, differential GPS, and OMEGA. The course is a university level course intended for engineers and managers involved in radio-navigation planning and operations at the headquarters, area, or district level. It does not replace specific equipment training and is not intended as pipeline training for assignment to LORAN-C stations.

RADIO REPAIRER ONLY

Perform direct support, general support, and depot level maintenance on tactical and semi-fixed communications equipment and systems, and repair COMSEC equipment by substitution of pluggable assemblies at the direct support level.

RADIOLOGIC PATHOLOGY

This course is no longer taught to international students, effective FY 99.

RADIOLOGICAL SAFETY

This 120-hour course provides an indepth knowledge of the calculations involving the shielding of beta and gamma radiation, decay and the halflife concept. It also provides the student with the opportunity to learn decontamination procedures using open source radioactive nuclides deposited on a variety of materials in a laboratory environment under strict supervision of the instructors. The student also obtains a working knowledge of fundamental radiological safety principles for ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, to include storage, handling, transportation, disposal, reporting, control, and general precautions for depleted Uranium, Tritium, X-rays, microwaves, and lasers. Students Liquid Scintillators) and gain hands-on experience with scalar counters and a variety of other instruments. This course will qualify an individual as an Installation Radiation Protection

RADIOLOGY SPECIALIST

Provides skill and knowledge training in radiographic principles with emphasis on radiographic procedures, principles of radiographic exposure, radiation protection, imaging equipment and techniques, radiographic film processing, etc.

RAM-AIR PARACHUTE SYSTEMS

Personnel will receive instruction on packing and inspection procedures of the Ram-Air parachute systems.

RANGER

The course consists of three phases. The first phase is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia, for 20 days. The second phase (mountains) is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of northern Georgia for 20 1/2 days. The third and final phase (swamp/jungle) is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in the swamps of western Florida for 17 1/2 days. Three days are used for out-processing and graduation.

RANGER INDOCTRINATION PROG

Ranger Indoctrination Program

RC NATIONAL SECURITY

Designed to enhance the RC student appreciation and understanding of the factors on which our national security is based, the development process, and the allocation and management of defense resources in support of that policy.

READINESS APPRENTICE

Training for airmen being assigned to primary disaster preparedness (DP) specialist duties includes: Air Force civil engineering organization and career field structure; general contingency responsibilities; Air Force DP Program, organization, and responsibilities; DP plan and supporting document preparation, peacetime response and recovery requirements for major accidents and disasters; wartime operations; nuclear, biological, chemical (NBC) operations to include detection and decontamination, plotting, and reporting procedures for NBC hazards; and associated reports, installation training program and instructor fundamentals. Students will perform wartime/peacetime exercises in actual protective equipment.

RECREATION SUPVR

Prerequisites: Morale, welfare, and recreation (MWR) operations officers and operations NCOs; chief, recreation services branch; and enlisted personnel, AFSC 74151, who are or will be assigned to recreation supervisory positions. Civilians with comparable qualifications and assigned to recreation supervisory functions. ECL 70.

RECRUITING COMPANY CDR

Curriculum is designed to provide training in the principles of sales, time management, and personnel procurement.

RECRUITING OPNS OFFICER

The curriculum is designed to provide training in the principles of sales; time management; personnel procurement; the enlistment process, to include eligibility; incentives, prospecting, and the management systems used to evaluate accomplishment

REDEYE UNIT TRAINING

REFRIG & AC SYS I

Prerequisites: AFSCs 3E151/71 or civilian equivalent. Must have knowledge of and experience in electronics, electricity, and air-conditioning controls and be a graduate of course J3AZR54550 007 or an equivalent course. Personnel must have 1 year of field experience as a 5-skill level in refrigeration and air-conditioning. ECL 70.

REFRIG & AC SYSTEMS II

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E151/71 or civilian equivalent. Must have knowledge of and experience in electronics, electricity, and air-conditioning controls and be a graduate of course J3AZR3E151 007 or an equivalent course. Must have 1 year of field experience as a 5-skill level in refrigeration and air-conditioning. ECL 70.

REFRIG/AIR COND SYS TECH

Provide selected Machinist Mate, Engineman and designated civilian personnel with the necessary training and knowledge to effectively operate and maintain shipboard refrigeration and air conditioning system and equipment.

REFRIG/AIR COND SYS TECH

Provide selected Machinist Mate, Engineman and designated civilian personnel with the necessary training and knowledge to effectively operate and maintain shipboard refrigeration and air conditioning system and equipment.

REFRIGERATOR & AIR COND

This is an advanced level course that teaches specific machinery and related systems.

REGIONAL STUDIES

To develop in-depth knowledge of one geopolitical region of the world; research, analysis, and presentation of topical issues; participation in an interagency visit in Washington, D.C., current events symposium, and short seminars.

RELIABILITY

Provides the participant with an understanding of the principles and assumptions of reliability and maintainability (R&M) and their affect on life cycle costs. Provides the participant with the skills necessary to employ the techniques of reliability in solving problems and to carry out reliability programs. Includes a study of the statistical distributions used in reliability including the binomial, Poisson, normal, exponential and Weibell; reliability allocation and prediction techniques; test plans, O.C. curves and the use of military standards; data analysis and the construction and interpretation of confidence intervals; applications of mathematical models; reliability program management; and current problems of reliability. The concepts and philosophy of total quality management (TQM) and statistical process control (SPC) are presented to show how they can be used to improve product reliability. The participants spend the last week applying these principles and techniques to life cycle costing in a reliability management simulation exercise. Computer programs are used in the application reliability models to solve problems. For AFIT resident offerings conducted at the Naval Postgraduate School (NFS), Monterey CA, Air Force students must be located west of Denver to attend. In addition to resident offerings, this course is available in the onsite mode.

RELIABILITY CEN MAINT ANAL

Provides an understanding of the USAF Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) Program, to include history, objectives, responsibilities, methods, and procedures. Designed for acquisition specialists responsible for developing preventive maintenance programs for new weapon systems and equipment, and for engineers and technicians responsible for updating preventive maintenance programs for fielded systems and equipment. Familiarizes students with reliability theory and the background of the RCM Program, the principles of RCM theory and the decision logic used to determine preventive maintenance tasks, and provides samples of step-by-step procedures necessary to conduct and document an RCM analysis on weapon systems and equipment. Methods to determine preventive maintenance task intervals and perform age exploration analysis are emphasized. Students perform an RCM analysis on selected major items of equipment according to Air Force guidance.

RELIABILITY/MAINTAINABILTY

Provides an understanding of the principles and assumptions of reliability and maintainability (R&M) and their affect of lifecycle costs. Provides the skills necessary to employ the techniques of reliability to solve problems and to carry our reliability programs.

REPRODUCTION EQUIP RPR

Troubleshooting and repair of major items of lithographic equipment. Orientation on unique equipment found in the different services.

RES CMD & STAFF FINAL EXER

This course is the culmination of student activities bringing together the Nonresident Course Leaders and the students to reinforce and demonstrate their knowledge during Operation OPEN ACCESS. It functions as an evaluation for both the Nonresident Course Leaders and students—demonstrating strengths and weaknesses in the entire curriculum and in overall student understanding. The vehicle for the conduct of the exercise is a force-on-force, computer assisted (TWSEAS), wargame simulation executed in a CPX mode, followed by an in-depth critique. Using a highly realistic scenario wherein a national strategy, campaign plan, and supporting plans provide for the deployment/employment of a MEF as part of a Naval Expeditionary Force in a joint/multi-national operation. Each student is assigned a billet, from the CENTCOM staff down through its subordinate units. In order to function successfully in the assigned billet, the student will need to demonstrate knowledge of a diversity of subjects. Individual student performance is evaluated by how well the exercise is conducted and critiqued. Operation OPEN ACCESS is further designed to foster a spirit of cooperation and teamwork among the students in order to achieve its objectives. Accordingly, the overall objective of OPEN ACCESS is to exercise and evaluate the student's ability to develop a campaign plan for a joint/multi-national force, write the necessary supporting plans, conduct an amphibious assault, and prosecute combat operations ashore to support the USCINCCENT mission. This is accomplished with the aid of references in accordance with all previous instruction relative to command and staff planning, joint/multi-national operations, amphibious operations, intelligence, offensive and defensive tactics, supporting arms, and combat service support.

RESCUE SWIM SCHOOL - TACT

To provide Navy, USMC, and USCG personnel (E-1 thru E-9) with knowledge and skills necessary to rescue waterborne survivors and to initially qualify as Aviation Rescue Swimmers.

RESCUE TECHNICIAN

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

RESEARCH ONLY PROGRAM

This program is for international military officers enrolled in resident in-country masters programs who are interested in conducting cooperative research at the Naval Postgraduate School in conjunction with their thesis requirements.

RESERVE FORCES AB CMBT ENG

Discontinued

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CRS-SP

Designed to instruct personnel in resource management theory culminating with practical hands-on resource management wargames. Instruction in theory includes organization and systems for defense management, systems analysis, economic environment of defense management, resources available for defense, introduction to analytical decision making, economy and efficiency, production relation, cost output, statistics and regression analysis, and strategic planning.

RESOURCE MGT BUDGET

Budgeting at all levels from activity to congressional level and in different appropriations or commands.

RESPIRATORY SPECIALIST

To provide the student with skills and basic knowledge of aerosol/humidity therapy, ventilation therapy, pulmonary function testing, infection control and cardiopulmonary drug administration. Subject matter will consist of basic sciences, anatomy and physiology.

RF MICROWAVE/RADIAC CALIB

To train foreign students how to calibrate RF Microwave and Radiac test equipment and proper use of authorized physical/dimensional calibration standards, fundamentals of test equipment maintenance and management procedures.

RISK MANAGEMENT

This course is no longer taught at the US Army Aviation Safety Center, Fort Rucker, AL

RISK MGMT FACILITATOR

This 5-day course is intended for personnel who will serve as a Team Coordination Training course facilitator. The course objective is to train personnel in effective presentation skills and experiential learning methodology with specific focus on development of seven critical skills: leadership, mission analysis, adaptability and flexibility, situational awareness, decision-making, communication, and assertiveness. Students receive 16 hours of team coordination training overview and 24 hours of facilitator training, which includes lesson development and role-play. Students also receive training support material for conducting the course.

RISK MGMT SHORE OPS

This 3-day course is intended for operations officers, assistant operations officers, and Search and Rescue (SAR) controllers assigned to shore units. The purpose of the course is to improve multi-team coordination in seven skills, which are critical to operational safety and productivity: leadership, mission analysis, adaptability and flexibility, situational awareness, decision-making, communication, and assertiveness. These skills are interdependent and can be measured through observing team behavior. The course makes the student aware of both effective and ineffective behaviors. Students receive a total of 24 hours of instruction. Through facilitated discussions, case studies, group and individual exercises, and role play, students gain an understanding of these team skills and how best to apply them.

RIVET JOINT IV ABRN OPR

Prerequisites: Personnel should possess AFSCs 1N3XXX, 1N251, 1N271, 1N251 or 1N252. 1N3XXX personnel with airborne assignments and all 1N251 and 1N2522 personnel should be physically (Class III) and psychologically qualified. ECL 80.

RIVET JOINT UPG ABRN MAINT

Prerequisites: AFSC 2A252/72. Students must have 2 years of field experience in their AFSC or have been awarded their 7-level. ECL 80.

ROICE OFFICE MGT

To prepare the student to assume duties as an Assistant Resident Officer in Charge of Construction or Assistant Officer in Charge of Construction or for staff officer billets in contract administration business at a NAVFAC Engineering Field Division. This course is particularly valuable for reserve Civil Engineer Corps officers on Active Duty for Training.

ROTARY CANOPY ACTUATOR*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.

ROTARY WING FLT MECH PILOT

To provide experience in actual testing of modern aircraft and airborne systems and reduction and reporting of the data obtained. The rotary wing curriculum prepares pilots and engineers for flying qualities and performance testing of primarily the helicopter and secondarily the airplane. The airborne systems curriculum prepares naval flight officers and engineers to test airborne mission systems.

ROTARY WING FLT TEST ENGR

To provide experience in actual testing of modern aircraft and airborne systems and reduction and reporting of the data obtained. The rotary wing curriculum prepares pilots and engineers for flying qualities and performance testing of primarily the helicopter and secondarily the airplane. The airborne systems curriculum prepares naval flight officers and engineers to test airborne mission systems.

ROTARY WING INST (NONUS)

Provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualifications necessary for the safe operation of an UH-1 helicopter during actual or simulated instrument conditions. Includes training in the mental and physical skills.

ROTARY WING QUAL - NETHERL

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in rotary wing flight. Training includes physical and mental skills and information objectives for accomplishment of basic rotary wing transition flight tasks.

ROTARY WING QUALIFICATION

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in rotary wing flight. Training includes physical and mental skills and information objectives for accomplishment of basic rotary wing transition flight tasks.

ROTARY WINGT QUAL - ITALY

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in rotary wing flight. Training includes physical and mental skills and information objectives for accomplishment of basic rotary wing transition flight tasks.

ROTARY-LINEAR CANOPY ACT*

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.

RT648/698 TRANSC IM

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Avionics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the RT-648/ARC-94 RT-698/ARC-102 HF Transceiver including circuit analysis, alignment procedures, troubleshooting and repair to perform intermediate maintenance under close supervision in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department working environment.

RULE LAW&DISCP MIL OPS FOT

Provides line officers of any military force with not only the basics of the rule of law and its impact on human rights, but also how these considerations fit into the planning and conduct of military operations.

RUSSIAN ADVANCED

Training is in the four language skills. Language is taught within the geopolitical, socioeconomic, and military context of the target culture.

RUSSIAN INTERMEDIATE

Training is in the four language skills. Language is taught within the geopolitical, socioeconomic, and military context of the target culture.

RUSSIAN LANGUAGE BASIC

Training is in the four language skills. In the latter stages of the course, specific skills will be emphasized based upon occupational specialty or immediate follow on assignment. Language is taught within the geopolitical, socioeconomic, and military context.

RW AV REF TNG (FMT)-NETHER

Designed to refresh the skills and knowledge of Foreign Military rotary wing aviators in contact and instrument tasks, and provide qualification training in night vision device procedures, aircraft systems familiarization.

RW AV REF TRNG (FMT)-ALL

Designed to refresh the skills and knowledge of Foreign Military rotary wing aviators in contact and instrument tasks, and provide qualification training in night vision device procedures, aircraft systems familiarization.

RW INST FLT EXAM

Instrument, instrument instructor, and instrument flight examiner training to include: basic and advanced instrument flight and emergency tasks, and instrument instructor and flight examiner techniques.

RW INSTR (GERMAN)

RW INSTRU FLGT EXAM-ITALY

Instrument, instrument instructor, and instrument flight examiner training to include: basic and advanced instrument flight and emergency tasks, and instrument instructor and flight examiner techniques.

RW SIMULATOR TNG-OS

RW Simulator training - Overseas

SAFETY APR

Provides training for Air Force, ANG, Reserve, and international personnel to perform duties as safety apprentice. Includes safety career field; publications; safety functions; safety programs; safety presentations; safety training; traffic safety programs; AFOSH program; inclusion of safety criteria; contract safety; hazard abatement; safety councils and committees; inspections, assessments, and staff assistance visits; general safety criteria; industrial areas and facilities; non-industrial areas and facilities; aircraft operations and maintenance; facility inspections; inspection reports; post report activities; mishap reports and logs; and ASAP.

SAFETY ENGINEERING INTER

Involves the application of scientific and engineering principles for the identification and elimination or control of hazards. Mathematical, physical, and related scientific disciplines together with the principles and methods of engineering design.

SAPPER

Enhances the students' abilities to employ and breach obstacles, detect and neutralize minefields and booby traps, employ engineer assets in support of base defensive operations, upgrade physical security at fixed installations, use demolitions in support of narcotics interdiction operations and perform engineer assault missions. Phase one of the training focuses on general skills such as land navigation, communications and combat lifesaving measures. Phase two consists of conventional and improvised demolitions, obstacle construction and breaching, military operations in urban terrain and booby trap detection and destruction. Phase three consists of engineer battle drills and situational training exercises designed to evaluate the students' abilities to perform sapper missions in tactical scenarios.

SAPPER LEADER COURSE

Designed to train one iteration of company cadre (25-40 personnel) or two iterations of company cadre (18-20 personnel) of the same TO&E per class in a team-building environment, to perform proficiently and confidently battle drills, specialized engineer techniques and leadership skills needed to perform in the Light/Airborne/Air Assault Divisional, Engineer Battalion. The course is also designed to build unit cohesion and esprit de corps in the unit cadre by training them in demolitions (conventional and expedient), mountaineering operations, aerial operations, land navigation, waterborne operations, threat doctrine, and troop leading procedures. The course will culminate in an intense field training exercise to reinforce the use of the battle drills and specialized engineer techniques learned throughout the course.

SAR OBSERVER/ASST INSTRUCT

This program is designed to provide individuals an opportunity to observe the USCG SAR School instructors conduct the Maritime Search and Rescue course. This experience will enhance SAR proficiency and instructor skills essential to assignment as a SAR Instructor upon return to home country. Whenever possible, the student will be scheduled to report to the Training Center one week prior to the start of the class so that he/she can work alongside the SAR School staff in preparation for the course. Students will observe the SAR training and may be allowed to assist as an instructor based upon individual competencies.

SAR SURFACE SHIP

To provide CIC watch standers (E4 and above) with the level of knowledge necessary to effectively perform required SAR duties during SAR missions.

SATCOM STRATEGIC TERMINALS

Operation and maintenance of upconverters, downconverters, frequency standards, transmit and receive subsystems, computer control/monitor subsystems, antenna group equipment and satellite tracking subsystems, and the AN/GSC-51 (V) �.

SATELLITE & WIDEBAND COMM

Provides apprentice level training for airmen in the satellite and wideband communications equipment ladder of the airman communications-electronics systems career field. Completion of a basic satellite and wideband communications systems equipment course is mandatory for award of AFSC 2E131. Training includes, but is not limited to, theory of electronics including tubes, transistors, microminiature components, solid-state devices, fiber optics, parametric amplifiers, waveguide components, traveling wave tubes, klystrons, and low-noise amplifiers; principles of computers, cryogenics, spread spectrum techniques, satellite tracking, and servo drive mechanisms; interpreting publications, blueprints, wiring and logic diagrams, and schematics; communications theory; principles of fixed and transportable wideband and earth terminal communications systems and equipment, and their operational procedures; satellite orbital mechanics; data analysis procedures; test equipment and circuit analysis; principles of multiplexing, analog-to-digital conversion, and digital data transmission; networks associated with multi-channel equipment; installing and testing practices; atomic frequency generating devices; voice and record communication equipment including manual and semiautomatic teletypewriters operation; and Defense Communications Agency technical and satellite control and testing procedures. Special Requirements: Must be a US citizen.

SATELLITE COMM AN/USC-28(V)

Operate, perform PMCS, troubleshoot, and repair through the direct support maintenance level the AN/USC-28 (V) spread spectrum Modem, the AN/GSC-63 (DECS-RC) and the associated COMSEC equipment in accordance with the procedures and requirements specified in the appropriate technical manuals and DISA Circulars.

SATL DOPPLER POS

SATP T-38 ONLY

Provides advanced jet training in the T-38 to non-Air Force students. Trains students to fly high performance aircraft. Consists of approximately 109 flying hours, 35 simulator hours, and 150 academic hours.

SATURATION DIVER

To provide surface-supplied mixed-gas and saturation diving training for qualified first class divers, medical deep-sea diving technicians, deep-sea (HE02) diving officers and undersea medical officers.

SCOUT PLATOON LEADER

Emphasis on threat; intelligence preparation of the battlefield; planning, directing, and employment of demolitions; techniques, tactics, and procedures of basic scouting skills; command and control of a BN/TF and cavalry scout platoon while conducting mounted reconnaissance and security mission.

SCTY ASST TM TNG&ORIEN CRS

SAT members will receive briefings and/or instruction related to a specific country or regional area. The course curriculum is composed of the following categories: general subjects, SERE training, antiterrorism training, and weapons training.

SCTY FORCES OFFICER

Training in knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties of security police officer. Training includes: weapons safety and training; career field; programs; related areas; flight leader duties and responsibilities; legal considerations; apply force; law enforcement operations; security operations; tactics; and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).

SDV MOD 1 OPS/MAINT DIFF

To provide training on the differences in the operation and maintenance of the Mod 0 and the Mod 1 of the Seal Delivery Vehicle.

SEAPORT SECURITY ANTI-TERR

This course is designed to instruct personnel in anti-terrorism awareness and in how to prepare security and contingency plans in a port environment to prevent terrorist and criminal activity. Students are taught through lecture and practical exercises. The program examines the types of ports, cargo handling procedures and recommended security measures necessary for prevention of terrorist and criminal activity. The course introduces the student to the phenomenon of contemporary terrorism and its impact on the world scene. It explores terrorist behavior, their organizations, and the means by which these organizations acquire financial and logistical support. Course discussions and exercises include hostage situations, tactical considerations, port survey and inspections, physical equipment and hazardous materials security, defensive boat tactics, bombs and explosive devices, media considerations, security and contingency planning, and crisis management. This course also examines the appropriate use of force and weapons.

SEARCH AND RESCUE

Course Objective - This course is an introduction to SAR procedures and Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) operations. Course subjects include SAR organization, SAR requirements, RCC responsibilities, SAR facilities and communications, search planning, search patterns, search execution, ground SAR coordination, maritime search and rescue, Automated Mutual Assistance Rescue System (AMARS) and computerized search and rescue systems. Block I - The SAR System (36 hours) - Course orientation, course pre-test/critique, SAR system, organization and facilities, RCC organization, and site visit, communications and emergency signals, messages, medical attention, charts, alert and initial action phase, survival, and weather hazards. Block II - Planning and Searching in SAR (57 hours) - An introduction to the factors involved in a marine SAR incident. Includes the facilities that are available to the search planner and the mathematical process involved in calculating a marine SAR operation. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

SEARCH/RESCUE INLAND PLNG

This course is presented by U.S. Air Force instructors and provides a comprehensive introduction to inland search theory and planning. The course includes classroom lectures and practical exercises for locating missing aircraft or persons. Classes are held at selected locations around the U.S. approximately six times per year. Topics covered include: Search and Rescue Satellite System (COSPAS/SARSAT), High-Tech and Low-Tech SAR Equipment, U.S. Search and Rescue Organization, Incident Command System, and SAR Management Planning.

SEARCH/RESCUE MARITIME

Students receive training in oceanic and coastal search planning techniques, and in the performance of duty as SAR Mission Coordinator (SMC). This course does not train students in on-scene procedures, but emphasizes SAR planning and coordination. Instruction follows the sequential stages of the SAR system as organized by the U.S. National SAR Manual, including Awareness, Initial Actions, Search Planning, Search Operations, and Mission Conclusion. Several mathematical models are used to calculate ocean drift forces, determine search datum, and allocate available search units. The course is difficult and intense, and requires many hours of homework for successful completion. The international student will train alongside his/her U.S. counterpart who is typically en route to duty as a Maritime Rescue Coordination Center or Rescue Sub-Center controller from an operational SAR unit.

SEC ASST MGT-FOREIGN PURCH

Provides personnel representing purchaser and recipient countries and foreign national employees of SAOs an opportunity to study current US policies, procedures, and rules, as they apply to the security assistance program. The course is tailored to present the significant aspects of the Foreign Military Sales program, highlighting the management concerns of purchaser and recipient countries. Overall objectives of the course are to increase understanding of the total security assistance program and the individual manager's responsibilities. In the long run, effectiveness in communicating with the US supporting agencies will be improved, thus enhancing the efficiency of overall security assistance management.

SEC ASST PLAN/RESOURCE MGT

Focuses on providing students an introduction to the statutory, policy, planning, and resource management foundations, which are instrumental to a successful security assistance relationship with the United States. Examines the recipient country's responsibilities for establishing a defense planning and budgeting prioritization system, which will optimize utilization of defense articles, services, and training acquired from the United States. Increases student awareness of key interface areas between U.S. defense acquisition, financial management, and logistics systems and the recipient country's planning and resource infrastructure. (EXPANDED IMET - Core Course).

SEC POL OFF - GCS(CERTIFY)

Trains security police officers and senior noncommissioned officers cross-training into the security police career field to perform ground combat skills from a leadership perspective. Course content includes air base defense concepts and principles; air base defense mission; military operations other than war (MOOTW); air base defense communications; land navigation; indirect fire operations; individual tactical training; unit tactical training; command, control, and communications; and US weapons.

SEC SUPV/GDS/LVLII/CERTIFY

Course Objective - To provide training in knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties as a security supervisor. Training will focus on a variety of security police related subjects. It also trains Non-Commissioned officers and junior officers to perform as small unit leaders of base defense elements. Block I - The supervisor will analyze and draw conclusions on the appropriate use of deadly force and employment and deployment of security forces. He or she will be required to identify Security Police duties and responsibilities, procedures for securing major accident and disaster areas, must be able to differentiate high risk situations, and what procedures are needed to secure high risk scenes. Analyze facts concerning concepts and compliance of security operations under Aerospace System Security. Identify facts and principles concerning Air Force Information, Personnel and Industrial Security Programs; they will identify the relationship of facts and state general principles associated with Air Force Resource Protection Program; analyze and draw conclusions concerning the Security Police supervisor's responsibilities for stress management and suicide awareness. The supervisor will be required to identify facts associated with budget, supply and manpower requirements. Finally, the supervisor will be required to identify responsibilities with quality control and training programs. Block II - The supervisor will identify facts and principles associated with Air Base Defense doctrine as they relate to areas of responsibilities, operations planning, and Security Police unit codes. The supervisor will be exposed to the fundamentals of the Law or Armed Conflict, Rules of Engagement, Enemy Prisoners of War and how it relates to Human Rights Principles. Supervisors will be required to use topographical maps and land navigation procedures; they will have to set up a tactical radio net and operate field phones and related communications equipment; they will prepare operations, warning and fragmentary orders as related to the execution of an operation. The supervisor is required to prepare and conduct a patrol under simulated combat environment; he or she will be evaluated on leadership capacities and abilities during offensive and defensive operations. The course will culminate with a field training exercise (FTX) at Camp Bullis, where the supervisors will be evaluated on all topics learned throughout the course. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

SECURITY FORCES

Course Objective - This course is designed to prepare selected students from Latin American armed forces with the necessary technical training to better prepare them for their duties in the security and air base ground defense fields. Students will live fire the M-16 rifle, M203 grenade launcher, and the M60 machine gun. Block I - (134.5 hours) - The students will begin by learning the duties of a security policemen, the importance of quardmount for the success of the security shift work, how to behave within the community they are serving and protecting, how crime prevention programs work, why integrity and ethics are important, weapons safety and the use of force; they will also learn how to identify vulnerabilities in Operations Security programs. They will learn how to challenge persons on foot or on vehicles, how to conduct individual, building, vehicles and areas searches. In this block the students will also be taught facts about security operations, physical security safeguards, the operation of Central Security Control, the security reporting and alerting system, principles of alarm systems, sentry duties, the use of restricted areas badges, a brief synopsis of the Military Working Dog operations, convoy operations and the use of base grid maps in conjunction with security major accidents and/or disaster areas. This block will be evaluated by conducting two (12 hr) exercises. Block II - SP Weapons and Familiarization Fire (38 hours) - Students will learn general and detailed disassembly and assembly of the M16 rifle, M203 grenade launcher and M60 machine gun, to include tactical employment/deployment and live fire. They will learn setup procedures for the traversing/elevation mechanism (T&E), the M122 tripod, and will be required to prepare a range card during M60 live fire. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

SECURITY FORCES APPR (GCS)

Trains personnel to perform the duties of a security apprentice. Includes use of the M-16 rifle, M-60 machine gun, and 40mm grenade launcher; operations security; legal considerations and provisions; application of force; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR); challenging; search procedures; response force member duties; guardmount; communications; sentry duties; threat spectrum; tactics; general police duties; aerospace systems security; resources protection; terrorism/anti-terrorism; and Air Force Occupational Safety and Health (AFOSH) Program (weapons safety).

SECURITY FORCES APPR CRS

Trains personnel to perform the duties of a security apprentice. Includes training in OPSEC vulnerabilities of the AFSC, legal considerations and provisions, application of force, threats to US Air Force installations and resources, general security police duties, aerospace systems security operations, resource protection, nuclear security, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Program, blood-borne pathogens and weapons safety, suicide awareness, and stress management. Prerequisite: All students must attend either L3AQR3P031 003, Security Apprentice Ground Combat Skills, or L3AQR3P031 004, Security Apprentice (M60) Ground Combat Skills. Special Requirements: International students must have a completed favorable background investigation. All entering students must meet weight and fitness standards according to AFI 40-502.

SELECT & USING MULTIMEDIA

Training for selected Air Force instructors, instructor supervisors, and training specialists in designing and developing audiovisual materials for Air Force training programs. Includes learning theories and communications process, media selection and operational characteristics of audiovisual production and playback equipment, development of visual materials, writing principles for audiovisual packages, development of audio narratives, construction of audiovisual storyboard and production of audiovisual lessons. Students will produce a sound/slide program, develop a video recording (working as team members), prepare transparencies design flip charts, demonstrate effective chalkboard techniques, and develop an audio recording. Approximately 80 percent of this course consists of performance, including script writing and use of cameras (video and still), photographic copy equipment, audio and video recorders, computer graphics, video editing, mixers, transparencies, flip charts, and chalkboards.

SELF CONTAINED NAV SYS

Qualifies pilots and navigators in the basic operation of the SCNS equipment. Includes special aircrew ground training in mission peculiar equipment.

SELF-PROP FA SYSTEMS MECH

Service, lubricate, replace, remove, install, adjust, test, and troubleshoot components and assemblies of engines, exhausts, cooling systems, electrical systems, power trains, tracks, suspension systems, steering controls, and hulls of M109, M110, M548, etc.

SELF-PROP FA TURRET MECH

Service; lubricate; inspect; remove; adjust, and test systems components and assemblies; basic knowledge and skills subjects: publications; maintenance forms; lubricants; seals; safety; tools and hardware, and mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical fundamentals.

SEMI ANAL AERIAL TRIANG

SENIOR ENLISTED ACADEMY

To prepare Command Master Chiefs, Chiefs of the Boat, and selected senior enlisted leaders to better fulfill their expanded leadership and management responsibilities.

SENIOR EXECUTIVE MGT

Prerequisites: Selectees must be recent incumbents of or viable candidates for a senior executive management position, which will involve management across functional area boundaries. Typically, this will be a hospital or clinic commander or a member of a MAJCOM or Air Staff whose duties require the type of knowledge and skills described above. It is anticipated that most selectees will be physicians, with the exception of those members of other corps who have been selected for a hospital or clinic command. The course is not intended as training for the chief nurse or administrator positions because there are other opportunities to train specifically for those roles. Must have at least 3 years of experience at a base-level medical treatment facility, not to include residency training. Must have a rank of major through colonel. Physician (MC) selectees should have previously attended course J3OZR9000 003, Management for Physicians. ECL 80 SA.

SENIOR OFF LOGISTICS MGT

Command aspects of logistics; user-level supply, transportation and maintenance procedures; preventive maintenance indicators and inspections.

SENIOR TRAINING MANAGER

Trains course participants, who are in senior training management positions, how to organize and direct TRADOC training departments and schoolhouse directorates. All performance will be keyed to using a Senior Training Managers Desk Reference.

SEPEC (GAS TURBINE)

To provide US Navy personnel from all engineering and hull ratings, paygrades E-7 thru E-9, with US Navy administrative and management program training, propulsion related general theory and systems training in selected areas, understanding of engineering systems and major components external to the propulsion plant which comes under the cognizance of the engineering officer of the watch (EEOW), enhance watch standing skills at the EOOW level, and exportable training materials to help the graduate meet US Navy shipboard engineering training requirements. Course graduates will be able to serve as supervisory assistants to the Chief Engineer in the day-to-day management of US Navy engineering programs and as a resource for the training of the US Navy engineering department personnel. Satisfactory completion of the Senior Enlisted Propulsion Engineering course will result in the designation NEC 4206 propulsion engineering training and management specialist.

SERE HIGH RISK (LEVEL C)

Intensive training in support of the code of conduct; survival fieldcraft with application to worldwide environments; and techniques of evasion, resistance to exploitation, and escape from captivity. Will also participate in a survival.

SERGEANTS COURSE (MLT III)

Instruction places emphasis on leadership development and the working knowledge of weapons organic to an infantry battalion, their maintenance, disassembly/assembly, engagement of targets on a live fire range, and defensive position. Instruction is designed to increase tactical knowledge of patrolling, land navigation, defensive operations, rear area security, and maneuver warfare. Emphasis is also placed on drill, inspections, and military instruction.

SERVICES

SERVO ACT, HZ TAILFLAP*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.

SF ADV REC, TARGET & EXPL

This course teaches task related to Special Force Advance Recon, Target Analysis and Exploitation Tech.

SF COMBAT DIVING SUPERVISO

Training will include dive planning, preparation, and inspections; postdiving checks; open- and closed-circuit apparatus operations; emergency medical treatment; field repair of equipment; handling of high-pressure air/oxygen systems; tide and currents.

SF OPNS DETACH OFF QUAL

General subjects, special operations, Special Forces planning, engineer and weapons training, communications and medical training, special reconnaissance, direct action, unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, counterinsurgency operations, air operations, land navigation, small unit tactics, and field training exercises.

SGSI WOLSM

The Stabilized Glide Slope Indicator (SGSI) and Wave-Off Light System Maintenance (WOLSM) Course is designed to provide special training for selected DOD personnel, and U.S. Navy and Coast Guard personnel of the Interior Communications Electrician and Electrician's Mate ratings (E-4 thru E-7), who are stationed on board LHA, LPH, LPD class ships, and air capable ships deploying the SGSI System for helo recovery on both U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Navy vessels. Graduates of the course will be able to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair the (SGSI and WOLSM) system at the journeyman level, without supervision, under all conditions of readiness, and in accordance with all safety precautions and approved PMS procedures.

SH-3 AF/HYD SYS INTEG O/M

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Structural Mechanics will have sufficient knowledge/theory to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance on the SH-3 airframe and hydraulic systems, flight controls, utility hydraulic systems and blade fold systems in the squadron working environment.

SH-3 CAT V SAR FLT REP PIL

To train SH-3 Category Five Fleet Replacement Pilots in the skills and techniques required for performance as a qualified pilot in model for Search and Rescue operations.

SH-3 ELEC INSTR SYS IN O/M

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Electrician's Mate will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the electrical and instrument equipment and Automatic Stabilization Equipment of the SH-3 helicopter, including system analysis and troubleshooting techniques, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron work environment.

SH-3 P/P REL SYS INTEG O/M

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge/theory to safely and properly perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance on the power plants and related systems, transmission systems and rotor systems of the SH-3 aircraft, including system analysis and troubleshooting techniques in the squadron working environment.

SH-3 SIMULATOR TRAINING

To provide initial and refresher training for SH-3 pilots to enhance their flying skills and maintain required qualifications.

SH-3H COMM/NAV INTEG O/MT

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Communications and Navigation Systems of the SH-3 aircraft, including system analysis and troubleshooting techniques, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

SH-60B CONV WEAPONS R/C/L

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Maintenance personnel will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including operation, testing and inspections, to perform, under close supervision, weapon release and control checks and loading/downloading in the squadron working environment.

SH-60B SIMULATOR (OFT)

To provide safe and effective training for SH-60 B personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of SH-60 flight crew.

SH-60F/R SIMULATOR (OFT)

To provide safe and effective training for SH-60F/R personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of SH-60 flight crew.

SH60B CAT V PILOT TRAINING

To train SH-60 Category I Fleet Replacement Lamps MK-3 Pilots in the skills and techniques required for performance as a pilot qualified in Model (PQM)/Airborne Tactical Officer (ATO).

SH60F ASW PILOT

To train the SH-60F Category II Fleet Replacement ASW Pilot in skills and techniques required for performance as a pilot qualified in model.

SHIELDED CONSTRCT FUNDMNTL

Prerequisites: JOB: Assigned as Civil Engineering TEMPEST/HEMP project officer. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in architecture or engineering. OTHER: Current US Secret or higher security clearance. DD Form 1556 required. Waivers will be considered if accompanied by appropriate justification. ECL 80.

SHIPBOARD INDOC - PCL

Used for financial tracking of the 3 months for Shipboard Introduction Training for CINCLANFLT.

SHIPCREW TRNG - LANTFLT

Ship Transfer MASL used to track individual students during crew indoctrination training on ships being reactivated in Atlantic Fleet ports or repair facilities.

SHIPCREW TRNG - PACFLT

Ship Transfer MASL used to track individual students during crew indoctrination training on ships being reactivated in Pacific Fleet ports or repair facilities.

SHIPLOADING AND STOWAGE

Course includes material relating to cargo stowage, cargo stability, Logistics-Over-The-Shore (LOTS), and procedures on development of a pre-stowage plan.

SHPBD DAMCONT TRNG

To prepare repair party/duty inport fireparty/rescue and assistants members to work as a team in investigating, reporting, repairing structural damage and to control or stop flooding.

SHPBD FIREFIGHTING TM TRNG

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

SIDEWINDER - EOD

To train selected International Military students in the operation and render safe procedures for a specifically requested guided missile.

SIG OFF ADV PREP-INTER OFF

Instruction in combined arms subjects including Airland Battle doctrine; communications systems planning, management and control; digital and analog engineering operations; communications interface; and common military subjects. The Information Program

SIGNAL CAPTAINS CAREER CRS

AirLand battle doctrine; communications systems planning, management and control; digital and analog engineering operations, communication interface; electronic warfare, NBC defense, leadership, personnel administration, property accounting, training management, force integration, military justice and signal systems tactics and doctrine.

SIGNAL OFFICER BASIC

Army Operations doctrine; communications planning and management; communications interface; offense; defense; leadership; information technology; electronics; microwave; troposphere scattering; property accounting; telecommunications; COMSEC accounting; training management; military justice; signal systems tactics and doctrine. Also includes communications requirements, planning and execution unique to a Maneuver Battalion or Brigade.

SIMNET (M1 TANK)

SIMNET (M1 TANK) for Canada.

SIMULATOR IP

Simulator Instructor Pilot Training.

SITE RESTORATION/CLEANUP

Comprehensive Environmental Compliance and Response (80 hours), Highly intensive course provides comprehensive training in hazardous waste handling management, transportation and sampling. May be tailored to incorporate service-specific or site-unique considerations.

SK-A-SCH

To provide learning activities for (SR, SA, SN) enlisted Navy personnel, fleet returnees, Military Sealift Command (MSC), and Foreign Nationals the technical knowledge and skills essential for effective performance as Storekeepers, under supervision of a qualified Storekeeper at the job entry level.

SLING LOAD INSPECTOR CERT

To provide instruction on procedures for selecting, preparing, and controlling pickup zones and landing zones; and, preparing, rigging, and inspecting sling load transported supplies and equipment.

SMALL ARMS

Maintenance of small arms weapons to include shoulder fired weapons, handguns, machine guns, and mortars; inspect, disassemble, clean, operate, function-test, lubricate, measure, and repair small arms materials; common maintenance subjects, such as, publications, tools, maintenance forms, and soldier's manual orientation.

SMALL ARMS/TOWED ARTILLERY

Maintenance of small arms weapons to include shoulder fired weapons, handguns, machine guns, and mortars; inspect, disassemble, clean, operate, function-test, lubricate, measure, and repair small arms materials; common maintenance subjects, such as, publications, tools, maintenance forms, and soldier's manual orientation.

SMALL CRAFT MECHANIC

Provides maintenance training for small craft mechanics. This curriculum includes lectures, demonstrations, and extensive practical application. Instruction includes 2d through 4th echelon repair of fielded small craft and their subsystems including engine, instruments, controls, power train, and electrical systems, and hull repair of fiberglass and rubber boats.

SMALL PURCHASE FUNDAMENTAL

SMPT CORRESPONDENCE COURSE

SNCO CAREER COURSE USMC

Provides professional education, which enhances the base of professional knowledge of Marine Staff NCO's and intensifies their appreciation of the high standards, esprit de corps, and leadership that are traditional in the Marine Corps. Instruction is designed to provide staff sergeants, and sergeants selected for staff sergeant, with the fundamental professional knowledge and skills required by the modern Marine Staff NCO, regardless of occupational specialty, at the staff sergeant and gunnery sergeant levels. Primary emphasis is placed on leadership, techniques of military instruction, effective military writing and communication, problem solving, confidence building, military bearing, command presence, and physical fitness. The course includes instruction in: career planning; civil disturbances; custom, courtesy, and discipline; drill, command and ceremonies; effective military writing; general administration; interior guard; leadership; logistics; Marine Corps history and traditions; Marine Corps organization; personal financial management; physical training; public affairs; staff organization and functioning; techniques of military instruction; and uniform regulations. The course has the following three basic objectives: (1) Developing the individual leadership potential; (2) Imparting military knowledge and skills; and (3) Enhancing individual physical fitness and the ability to supervise and conduct an effective physical conditioning program.

SNIPER

Sniper tactics; staff subjects (intelligence, mission, training, command and control, and training management); basic sniper skills; marksmanship.

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

Software Engineering is the professional engineering discipline concerned with the development and life-cycle support of large, complex software systems, usually classified as Mission-Critical computer system (MCCS) software.

SOFTWARE QUAL ASSURNC**FTD

SONAR AN/SQS-56 MT

To train selected U.S. naval personnel and civilian personnel and foreign nationals as shipboard maintenance technicians who perform preventive and corrective maintenance on the Sonar AN/SQS-56 System under limited supervision.

SONAR AN/SQS-56 OPERATOR

To train selected U.S. naval personnel, civilian personnel, and foreign nationals to operate the AN/SQS-56 Sonar System under limited supervision.

SONAR COMM WQC-2/2A OP/MT

To provide the trainee with the knowledge and skill necessary to operate and maintain the AN/WQC-2/2A Sonar Communication Set.

SP SUPT SYMPOS - (CERTIFY)

Prerequisites: AFSC 3P071, 3P072, 3P072A, 3P090, MSgt (and selectees) through CMSgt, and civilians of comparable grade and position. This course is not recommended for members of other branches of service. ECL 70.

SPACE OPERATIONS/GRAD

Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree with a quantitative background or a degree from a service academy. Prerequisites include mathematics through differential equations and basic physics to include introductory mechanics, electromagnetics, and thermal processes. Applicants should have above-average grades in math and science and have satisfactorily completed the GRE. A substantial portion of each class will be drawn from such missile and space-related career fields as 18XX and 20XX. However, academically qualified officers from any career field are encouraged to apply.

SPANISH INST PILOT (UH-1)

Flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules (VFR) to include all before-flight, basic flight, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and practical application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance systems. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduates to teach subjects in flight and maintenance areas.

SPEC ELEC DEVICES RPR

Training in fundamental subjects and basic electronics, alternating current, solid-state technology, precision soldering, the Army Maintenance Management system, mine detectors, night vision devices, battlefield illumination, advanced instrumentation, etc.

SPEC ENG LANG REFRESHR

May be substituted for D177008 under the following conditions: the training is restricted to students (non-pilots) who have successfully completed SET at DLIELC within the last three years and have currently achieved the required follow-on training ECL.

SPEC ENG LANG TRNG (SET)

Navy MASL used to program DLI ELT SET

SPEC FORCES CBT DIVER QUAL

Waterborne operations, including day and night ocean subsurface navigation swims; deep dives, diving physics; marine hazards; tides and currents; buoyant ascent; submarine lock-in/lock-out procedures of WIT.

SPEC FORCES ENGR SERGEANT

NCO professional development; land navigation; small unit tactics; preengineering subjects; construction; field fortifications; land mine warfare; bridging; engineer reconnaissance; demolitions; field training; air operations; special operations; field training exercise and mandatory training.

SPEC FORCES WEAPONS SGT

NCO Professional Development; land navigation; small unit tactics; indirect fire procedures; mortars; small arms; antitank weapons; air defense systems; operations; air operations; special operations; field training exercise; and mandatory training.

SPEC INVES CRS (CERTIFY)

Trains personnel for duty with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). Prepares personnel for assignment as AFOSI special agent with criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence investigative duties. Course includes instruction in AFOSI organization, jurisdiction and policy, civil and military law, theory and application of investigative techniques, report writing, technical equipment and scientific aids used in investigations, interview techniques and practical application exercises, and instruction and practical exercise in the collection, processing and preservation of physical evidence. Approximately 12 hours of instruction are not for foreign dissemination (NOFORN).

SPEC OPS SPOTTERS-N03L8L1

To provide initial and refresher instruction on the basics of requesting and controlling/adjusting mortars, artillery, naval gunfire, and close air support.

SPEC REACTION TEAM/CERTIFY

Course Objective - This course is designed to prepare selected students from Latin-American Armed Forces with the necessary basic skills in emergency support operations in order to provide installation commanders with additional options to deal with contingencies. Course Description - Training includes concepts and principles of Emergency Service Team (EST), the importance of negotiations, weapons employment, protective equipment, EST courses of fire, built-up area operations, suspect search, apprehension and restraint, IAW Geneva Convention and international laws of Human Rights. Physical Conditioning - This course is physically demanding. Students must arrive physically ready for all tasks. Failure to satisfy entry requirements will result in elimination. A rigorous physical conditioning program is integral to the course. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

SPEC SELECTTION & APPLICAT

The course covers DOD concepts and policies involved in the review, selection, and use of specifications and related documents; i.e. standards, non-government documents, commercial item descriptions, and data item descriptions.

SPEC VEH MNTS APPR RFL VEH

Fundamentals of automotive mechanics, vehicle maintenance inspection systems, policies and procedures.

SPECIAL CATEGORY TNG/ *

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.

SPECIAL DENTAL TNG-CANADA

This course is designed to teach special dental training to Canada. This course is scheduled only with special coordination.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

Special formal training, 3rd Corps, Ft Hood, TX.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

Provides detailed inspectors general, assistant inspectors' general and other qualified personnel instruction on the fundamental concepts and techniques and issues relating to the inspector general system in the Army.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

Special Formal Training, Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

Technical training in the field of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures. The student is provided with the training required to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties required of a CMF 67 NCO.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

This course of instruction consists of flight and academic training in day VFR OH-58 tasks to include academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; academic instruction, and practical application of OH-58.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

Provide instruction in manual and automated methods for the analysis of key terrain, observation and fields of fire, cover and concealment, obstacles and avenues of approach, assess the effects of weather on terrain, integrate terrain analysis.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

The curriculum consists of interrelated courses presented in a balanced mix of seminars, lectures and field studies. Structured to emphasize active learning, the curriculum employs the case-study method, complemented by extensive student reading.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

This course covers descriptions of chemical agents, their effects, symptoms from exposure and self-aid/buddy aid treatment. Types of munitions/containers, protective clothing, detection equipment and decontamination procedures are discussed.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

Instruction for RCC and RPO to include radiological safety, RADIAC Calibration, principles of nuclear radiation, basics of radiation detection, specific RADIAC instruments, and medical aspects of radiation.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

The course provides participants with an understanding of integrated logistics support (ILS) policy, requirements, and practices applicable to both major and less-than-major system acquisition programs during the defense system life cycle.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING, EN SC-Ft Leonard Wood, MO.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

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 ancilliary equipment.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING Army Logistics Management College-Ft Lee, VA,

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING, JFKSWC, Ft Bragg, NC.

SPECIAL NCO TNG - LA NG

Special Non-Commissioned Officer training - Language

SPECIAL NCO TRAINING

SPECIAL OPERATIONS TRNG

This course teaches skills in Special Operations techniques.

SPECIAL OPNS TGT INTERDICT

Advanced rifle marksmanship; observation techniques; distance judging; advanced concealment methods; stalking; camouflage; target selection; interdiction; and airborne operations.

SPECIALIZED ENG LANG TNG

Not a valid training course - MASL created for tracking/funding purposes of Saudi students at Pensacola, FL

SPECIALIZED ENG LANG TNG

This course is nine weeks in length and focuses on language/study skills and terminology associated with technical training and professional military education. It may be scheduled to start on any week. Students must achieve the required ECL or OPI (if applicable) for entry into the follow-on technical or professional course before entry into this course.

SPECIALIZED ENG LANG TNG

SPECIALIZED ENG LANG TNG

SPECL TEST EQUIP E-3 **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

SPECTRO MAINT/CALIBR

Theory, operation, use, troubleshooting, repair, and calibration of the Type A/E 35U-3 Spectrometer.

SR AUTO MAINT OFF WO ADV

Common military subjects and technical subjects which apply to support level supply management and equipment maintenance.

SR INTERNATIONAL DEF MGT

This course is restricted to military flag and general officers (grades 0-7 and above) and defense-related civilians of equal rank. The lecture, small discussion group, case study and problem format and content are condensed versions of the IDMC course. Guest speakers, including at least one high-level foreign government official, are invited to address the class, and a short field trip is conducted.

SSGI WOLSM

The Stabilized Glide Slope Indicator (SGSI) and Wave-Off Light System Maintenance (WOLSM) Course is designed to provide special training for selected DOD personnel, and U.S. Navy and Coast Guard personnel of the Interior Communications Electrician and Electrician's Mate ratings (E-4 thru E-7), who are stationed on board LHA, LPH, LPD class ships, and air capable ships deploying the SGSI System for helo recovery on both U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Navy vessels. Graduates of the course will be able to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair the (SGSI and WOLSM) system at the journeyman level, without supervision, under all conditions of readiness, and in accordance with all safety precautions and approved PMS procedures.

SSM-1 FLT TEST & SERV PRAC

To provide opportunities for annual practices and flight testing of the standard missile

STAF WTHER OFF ARMY INDOCT

Indoctrinate the student concerning Army organization and force structure, concepts and doctrine, staff procedures, administration, supply and maintenance, communications, security, weather resources and Army requirements.

STAFF NCO ACAD ADV MLT IV

Provides Gunnery Sergeants and Gunnery Sergeants selectees with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead personnel in combat. Instruction is presented through a variety of teaching techniques to include guided discussions, research, writing, presentations, and guest lectures. Emphasis is placed on leadership, education, administration, and tactics.

STAT PROCESS CON SHORT PRO

STAT PROCESS CONTL METHODS

Prerequisites: Basic statistics background, involvement in group decision-making processes, or job-related needs for the course are required. Waivers will be granted on an individual basis. Security clearance not required. ECL 80.

STATISTICAL PROCESS CONT

STD MISS 2 ASSEMBLY/DISASS

This course is designated to provide students with the required skills needed to safely and efficiently assemble and disassemble to Standard Missile MOD-2 (SM-2).

STEAM GEN PLANT INSPECTOR

To provide engineering officers, main propulsion assistants, officers assigned to engineering material billets, senior petty officers (E7 and above) and civilians with the training required by NAVSEASYSCOM to qualify as Steam Generating Plant Inspectors.

STEAM GENERATOR MT

To train personnel to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on Propulsion Boilers.

STEAM HEATING SYSTEMS

Prerequisites: Personnel assigned or selected for assignment to steam plants and distribution systems should attend this course. ECL 70.

STEAM PLNT AUT CON GEN REG

To improve the operation and over-all boiler performance on ships equipped with General Regulator Controls by providing necessary detailed training to engineering officers and rated BT's on the theory of operation, maintenance, repair and calibration of subject automatic boiler controls, feedwater/drum level controls and main feed pump pressure controls.

STEER/SUSP,WHL ALIGN,BRAKE

Inspecting, adjusting, and pressure testing steering system; removal; disassembly, inspection, reassembly, and replacement of transaxle suspension and performing four-wheel alignment.

STEREO DIGITIZING OPR

STEREO-COMPILATION

STILL PHOTO SPECL

This course no longer valid - superceded by MASLID D125400

STOREKEEPER A

This self-paced, entry-level course teaches basic skills in the following areas: basic computer skills, correspondence, property management, requisitioning, supplies through government sources, using computer applications, inventory control, warehousing, forklift operation, transportation of freight, and maintaining financial ledgers and records using specialized computer software.

STRATEGIC DEPLOYMENT PLAN

STRADPC is a two-week resident course whose target audience is the movement planner from battalion brigade to CORPS and Installation Level. Focus is on strategic deployment planning.

STRATEGIC LOGISTICS MGT

Broadens student understanding of AF and joint logistics doctrine, polices, processes, programs, planning, and current and future issues.

STREAM OPERATOR

To prepare personnel (E1-E9) in the BM rating for shipboard qualification in the operation of Standard Tensioned Replenishment Alongside Method (STREAM) under normal and emergency conditions, in accordance with NWP 4-01-4 (current series).

STRUCTURE SHOP FAM TNG

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.

STRUCTURES F-15/*

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.

SUADPS-RT OPS AND MGMT

To provide knowledge and skill training for selected senior petty officers (E5 and above) in the (AK) Aviation Storekeeper and (SK) Storekeeper rating assigned to or in transit to SUADPS Real Time Activity. SUADPS Users/Operators and Supervisors will be assigned access within one or more functional systems and with specific responsibilities within a particular functional area. These individuals will be able to perform add/change/delete records, suspend transaction processing, queries, issues, requisition and receipt processing. Supervisors will be able to submit batch jobs for generation of management reports, and process Fleet Accounting and Disbursing Center (FAADC) financial feedback reconciliations.

SUB QLTY ASSUR OFF/ASST OF

To provide training for Submarine Force Supervisory personnel on the information, references, and procedures necessary to manage and administer the Submarine Force Quality Assurance Program.

SUB SONAR PRINCIPLES

To train sonar technicians or teams to perform submarine sonar watchstander duties and operate submarine sonar systems and auxiliary equipment within the scope of disclosure authorization for the country.

SUMMER MOUNTAIN LEADERS CR

Provides training to Officers and SNCO's to become more effective small unit leaders in mountain operations and to master summer mountain warfare skills required to become effective unit instructors and advise the Commander and his staff. Course subjects include field expedient mountainous environment, military mountaineering that includes rappelling, fixed rope installations, climbing techniques, MEDEVAC and cliff evacuations, mule packing, proper clothing and equipment, and planning and conducting a cliff assault. The course is culminated with a field exercise, which will challenge the students' physical and mental aptitude, requiring them to apply those technical skills learned in mountainous terrain exceeding 13,000 feet in elevation.

SUPPLIES/MATERIALS

SUPPLY & SERVICE MGT OFF

Logistic organizations in a theater of operations, field service operations, unit supply and supply support activity procedures, petroleum and water distribution, mortuary affairs, financial management, food service, small purchase procedures, maintenance management, transportation management, and automated logistics systems.

SUPPLY ANALYSIS

Prerequisites: SSgt or above with a 7-level; GS-5 or above with 5 years of supply experience and successful completion of 5- and 7-level CDCs; and O-2 and above. ECL 70 SA.

SUPPLY CORPS OFF BAS QUAL

The objective of the Basic Qualification Course is to prepare newly commissioned Supply Corps Officers, and other officers who may be ordered for this instruction, in the professional duties of supply officers and in their duties as naval officers. This course provides detailed job related technical instruction while encouraging the formation and use of desirable attitudes and characteristics.

SUPPLY MANAGEMENT APR

Trains personnel (AFSC 2S011) in the knowledge and skills needed to operate the base supply system. Includes supply career field, Air Force Supply System, microcomputers, input-output devices, national stock number, item and part number records, rejects/management notices and inquiries, issue process, non-mission capable (MICAP) process, document control process, repair cycle process, warehouse management, selection and movement of property, inspection, bench stock, receiving process, receipt discrepancies, turn-in process, pick up and delivery, stock control process, inventory process, equipment management, retail sales, war reserve materiel, and post-post.

SUPPLY MANAGEMENT INTER

Includes managing, regulating or directing control over supplies, equipment, personal property, or other material. inventory management from initial planning, including requirements analysis and determination, through acquisition and distribution.

SUPPLY MGMT ACTIVITY GRP

Training for Air Force personnel, AFSC 2S071, in the knowledge and skills required for positions as a stock fund manager in the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS). Training includes course introduction and orientation, stock fund concept, relationship and responsibilities, issue and due-out transactions, turn-in transactions, shipments and transfer-out transactions, miscellaneous transactions and inquiries, miscellaneous reports, trend analysis, and planning, programming, and budgeting.

SUPPLY MGMT SFO NAVY

Twofold: (a.) To give International Officers a better understanding and appreciation of the principles and techniques in major areas of supply and fiscal management; cataloging, inventory management, transportation management, contracting, application of automated data processing budgeting, etc. They are introduced to the major projects on-going within the Naval Supply System. (b.) To give the International Officers a familiarity with U. S. life. The course is intended to mix a professional environment with experience in U.S. customs, thus engendering better personal understanding and fostering the development of lasting friendships.

SUPPLY OFF BAS INTL PHII

The objective of this course is to provide basic instruction for junior foreign officers in the elements of operational supply.

SUPPLY OFF BAS INTL-IOSCO

The objective of this course is to provide basic instruction for junior foreign officers in the elements of operational supply.

SUPPLY OFFICER

Course Objective - This course is designed to prepare officers for duties in supply activities at wing, or equivalent level. Block I - Supply Organization and Systems (32 hours) - Relationships within the supply system from depot to base level with emphasis being placed on the organization and function of a base level unit. How supply fits into a complete logistics structure and how the elements of a logistics system are interdependent upon one another. Universal principles of supply with special attention devoted to the concept of customer support. Block II - Supply Publications - MCRD CD ROM (25 hours) - Basic use of computers. Use of US Department of Defense supply catalogs and technical orders, which are required for all FMS customers. Purpose and use of the H-series catalogs, MCRD, ML-C, USAF-2A-1, and technical orders. Students are given extensive opportunity to exercise their capability of conducting basic research of supply management data using a computer and the Master Cross Reference Data on Compact Disk Read Only Memory (MCRD CD ROM). Block III - Documentation and Accounting (15 hours) - Why documentation and accounting procedures are crucial to the proper functioning of a supply system. Basic principles involved in creating supply documentation, methods for control of documents, procedures for maintaining accountability over all transactions and procedures for ensuring the special control of critical components through repair cycle program. Block IV - Automated Inventory Management System (AIMS) (33 hours) - Utilization of computers in automated supply functions. The AIMS is the software used for this segment. Students create, manipulate and control inventory databases on a small computer. This allows the student to see how the computer can be utilized to quickly and accurately complete tedious, time intensive procedures. Block V - Inventory Management Systems (34 hours) - Methods of solving the reduction of total cost while maximizing supply availability. Theory of inventory management and specific techniques for solving base level supply stockage problems. Block VI - Warehouse Operations (32 hours) - Methods for planning and designing a warehouse, space allocation and setting up a storage facility. Set up and maintenance of a locator system once the warehouse has been laid out. Procedures for the operation of a receiving section, for inspection activities, for warehousing, issue and storage systems, and the operation of a bench stock section. Emphasis is given to material handling equipment, warehouse safety and special commodities storage requirements. Block VII - Inventory Procedures (27 hours) - Conducting inventories most appropriate in a specific situation. Block VIII - International Logistics Management (35 hours) - Introduction to the different Security Assistance programs offered by the United States and the reasons these programs exist. Specific information on the operation of the FMS program. Conducting basic transactions using MILSTRIP and UMMIPS procedures once an FMS case has been established. Block IX - Supply Tracking and Reparable Returns (STARR-PC) (33 hours) - Create MILSTRIP requisitions, follow-ups, modifier and cancellation requests, material returns, receipts, AF Material Repair Requirements List (MRRL) request and AF technical order request transactions. Process data transmitted and received through ILCS. Use of the system to obtain logistics information on the status of your requisitions form initiation or reparable return transaction to the recorded receipt of the item in your country. Obtain the MRRL Report, Air Force Technical Order Reports and information on your cases and line items from the sub-systems. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

SUPPLY OFFICER DEPT HEAD

To prepare Lieutenants and junior Lieutenant Commanders in the knowledge, comprehension and skills required to assume the duties of the Supply Officer of a SNAP II/III ship or submarine.

SUPPLY OPNS OFF

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of supply officers in the management of the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS). Includes introduction to the Air Force supply system, basic fundamentals of supply, issue, and requisitioning processes, repair cycle management process/due-in from maintenance (DIFM), stockage policy, equipment management, Air Force stock fund, principles of storage and distribution, supply mission support concepts and operations, basic fundamentals of fuels, fuels flight organization, fuels operations, fuels quality control and inspection (QC&I), fuels accounting and administration, fuels support, vehicle management, support agreements, fuels environmental concerns, contingency/wartime mission support, analysis of supply support, and supply officer professional development. Heavy emphasis is placed on management responsibilities, decision-making processes, and environmental and safety concerns.

SUPPLY SYSTEM ANALYST

Prerequisites: SSgt through MSgt with a minimum of 2 years of experience in AFSC 2S072. Civilians, GS-6 and above, with 2 years of SBSS S1100/60 experience. ECL 80 SA.

SUPPLY SYSTEMS ANALY APR

Trains Air Force personnel in AFSC 2S032 in the knowledge and skills needed to operate the remote processing station (RPS). Includes introduction to the Standard Base Supply System (SBSS), microcomputers, system processors, interactive processing facility (IPF), query language processor (QLP), supply system user report generator (SURGE), RPS management, and RPS processing.

SUPPLY/ *

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.

SUPPORT ARMS COORD CENTER

To review the principles and techniques utilized in the coordination of Supporting Arms with the SACC team and train them in the duties, responsibilities and functioning of a SACC during an amphibious operation.

SUPT T-38 (BF) 119.2FH

Qualifies officers to perform duties and responsibilities for rated pilot.

SUPT T-38 (CENTR TDY)

Qualifies officers to perform duties and responsibilities for rated pilot.

SURFACE RESCUE SWIMMER C1

To provide Navy, Coast Guard Surface (E-1 thru E-9), Military Sealift Command and designated Army personnel, with knowledge and skills necessary to rescue waterborne survivors and to initially qualify as Surface Rescue Swimmers.

SURV COST SCHED CNTL SYS

Prerequisites: This course is designed for military officers, civilian personnel in grades of GS-9 or higher, and NCOs MSgt through CMSgt. ECL 80. This course is structured primarily for contract administration office personnel whose duty includes responsibility as a C/SCSC surveillance monitor or surveillance team member. Program office personnel with C/SCSC validation review or data analysis responsibility will also benefit from this course. Students who have previously completed WSYS 360, Evaluation of C/SCSC, or WSYS 362, C/SCSC, should not apply for WSYS 361 since the surveillance and criteria concepts taught in WSYS 361 are sufficiently addressed in WSYS360 and WSYS362. Prior to attending class, students should familiarize themselves with DODI7000.2, the C/SCSC Joint Implementation Guide, and the C/SCSC Joint Surveillance Guide. Students should bring portable calculators to class. This course is offered primarily in the onsite mode.

SURV INST OP

SURVEIL RADAR E-3 **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

SURVEILLANCE RADAR REPAIR

Basic electronics, digital technology, and advanced electronic theory.

SURVEY/ *

Not a valid course - MASL created for financial tracking only.

SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT APPR

Techniques and functions of a fabrication and parachute apprentice. Training includes use of technical data, common hand tools, special test equipment, and support equipment. Also, performing procedures and operations pertaining to inspection and re-pack of selected items to include aspects of fabrication, flotation and parachute systems, and associated support equipment. Includes performing operational and functional checks, determining shelf or service life of time change components, and manufacturing/modifying basic items of fabric to required specifications.

SURVIVAL TNG INSTRUCTOR

Qualifies students to instruct members in principles, procedures, equipment, and techniques, which enable aircrew members to survive, regardless of climatic conditions or unfriendly environments and return to their organization. Training is conducted in classroom, lab and field or water environments and is rigorous. Duty assignment is with Air Force Survival Training Schools or duty in AFSC-1T0X1 with MAJCOM of assignment.

SURVIVAL/ *

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

SW C-1 ADV

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

SW-A-SCH

To provide basic technical knowledge and practical skill in preparation for immediate usefulness as a Steelworker.

SWO ADV DIESEL ENGINEERING

To provide advanced engineering billet specialty training to junior officers enroute to engineering billets in diesel propulsion ships.

SWO ADV FFG7 ENGINEERING

To provide advanced engineering billet specialty training to junior officers enroute to engineering billets in FFG-7 class ships, and to prepare them to qualify as Engineering Officer of the Watch.

SWO ADV GAS TURBINE ENGRG

To provide advanced engineering billet specialty training to junior officers enroute to engineering billets in gas turbine propulsion ships.

SWO ADV SHIP HANDLING

To provide senior officers with simulator shiphandling experience in order to refresh/improve overall shiphandling skills and confidence prior to going to sea.

SWO ADV STEAM ENGINEERING

To provide advanced engineering billet specialty training to junior officers enroute to engineering billets in steam propulsion ships.

SWO BASIC GT

To prepare gas turbine propulsion ship junior officers for qualification as Junior Engineering Officer of the Watch (JEOOW). This course will provide the foundation of knowledge required to begin the qualification process for gas turbine Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW).

SWO DH OPS SPEC INTL

To prepare middle grade International Surface Warfare Officers with previous sea experience to execute Operations and Combat Systems department head duties on board surface units of frigate or larger vessels of the international navies through classroom and available training device instruction.

SWO DIESEL EOOW

To prepare diesel propulsion ship junior officers for qualification as Junior Engineering Officer of the Watch (JEOOW). This course will provide the foundation of knowledge required to begin the qualification process for diesel ship Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW).

SWO STEAM EOOW

To prepare steam propulsion ship junior officers for qualification as Junior Engineering Officer of the Watch (JEOOW). This course will provide the foundation of knowledge required to begin the qualification process for steam ship Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW).

SWOS - INTL

The International Surface Warfare Officer course prepares junior commissioned officers to execute with confidence, assigned junior officer watch station duties aboard surface warfare craft and ships by providing fleet oriented training. This training highlights shipboard organization, basic systems interdependence and interaction. Including a foundation in surface combat systems, operational concepts, watchstanding, basic seamanship skills, and engineering. Upon completion of this course the graduate will possess entry-level skills to perform as junior officer of the deck, combat information watch officer, officer of the deck (inport), assistant navigator, safety officer during deck evolutions, officer of the deck (underway), and department head on patrol craft units.

SYS ACQ GEN/FLAG OFCR (SAM

This senior executive-level course focuses on understanding the perspectives and positions of current key decision-makers from the legislative and executive branches of government and the defense industry.

SYS ACQUIS FOR CONTR PERS

The 2-week Systems Acquisition For Contracting Personnel Course (SACPC) provides the contracting professional with a comprehensive overview of a systems acquisition model. The curriculum combines lecture-discussion with group activities.

SYSTEMS ACQ FUNDS MGT

During the 1-week Systems Acquisition Funds Management Course (SAFMC), DoD weapon system acquisition budgeting is discussed. The student gains an understanding of the overall framework of how defense budgets are formulated, defended and executed.

SYSTEMS APPROACH TO TNG

Systems Approach to training

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (GRAD)

Application of scientific and engineering knowledge to the analysis and design of complex systems and their associated components, a system being a collection of objects which operate together to perform some function.

SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT/GRAD

Provides students with a broad theoretical and applied background in the concepts and principles of qualitative management, economic, operations research, and allied disciplines. It gives mature, technically oriented officers a graduate educational program aimed at improving their skills in managing a variety of research, engineering, and development systems and related activities. The program leads to a Master of Science degree in systems management.

T-3 ALP SCHOLARSHIP

Qualified non-rated international students to perform the duties and assume the responsibilities of a rated pilot.

T-37 ALP - SCHOLARSHIP

Qualifies selected international students to perform duties and responsibilities of rated pilots.

T-37 JOINT SUPT (89FH)

Qualifies officers to perform duties and responsibilities for rated pilot.

T-37 UPT-SPECIAL/LATAM

Qualifies selected students to perform duties and responsibilities of rated pilots.

T-3A ENHANCED SATP /31.4FH

The first of four phases of training required to qualify nonrated international students to perform the duties and assume the responsibilities of a rated pilot. Training consists of 31.4 hours of contact T-3 flying and approximately 18 hours of academics and officer training subjects. Students who have successfully completed an equivalent course may request a waiver for this course.

T-53/L-13 ENGINE TECH

Teaches T-53-L13 engine familiarization; familiarization of installed T-53 engine on UH-1H helicopter; field-level disassembly, inspection, and reassembly of engine accessories and engine troubleshooting procedures.

T.O. ACCOUNT CUSTODIAN

Prerequisites: Grade E-4 and above and (or) selected for assignment as a TODO, TOA, TODS, or TO monitor. ECL 70.

T56-A-10/14 1ST DEG I/M

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the T56 powerplant and its associated components, including fuel and oil path of flow, troubleshooting and operation techniques, to perform, under supervision, intermediate level maintenance.

T56-A7/15 ENG TURBO **FTD

Technical, operator, and other training that a team conducts at operational locations on specific systems and associated direct-support equipment for maintenance and aircrew personnel.

T700-GE401 ENG INT MT lST

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have acquired sufficient skill and knowledge of the T700-GE-401 engine, system analysis, troubleshooting techniques, borescoping procedures, and maintenance procedures to perform first-degree intermediate maintenance under limited supervision at the Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA).

T700-GE401 ENG INT MT lST

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have acquired sufficient skill and knowledge of the T700-GE-401 engine, system analysis, troubleshooting techniques, borescoping procedures, and maintenance procedures to perform first-degree intermediate maintenance under limited supervision at the Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA).

TAC ACFT MAINT APR T-1/38

Prerequisites: ECL 70 SA.

TAC ACFT MAINT APR T37/037

Prerequisites: ECL 70 SA.

TAC ACFT MAINT, F-16 (MRT)

Includes 18 days of task certifying training at Luke AFB AZ on aircraft safe for maintenance, canopy operation, preflight, thruflight, basic postflight, walk-around inspection, launch aircraft, recover aircraft, refuel, service engine oil, constant speed drive servicing, and perform hot brake check.

TACAN AND TACAN MONITOR

Prerequisites: AFSC 2E152 or higher with a working knowledge of solid-state devices, digital techniques, and general test equipment (including familiarity with spectrum analyzer). Trainees entering this course at a level below that specified cannot be expected to achieve the knowledge level and performance level indicated. ECL 70 SA.

TACAN/DOD AIMS DIAG PRINCP

Theory, operation, use, troubleshooting, and calibration of test measurement and diagnostic equipment used for navigational aids (NAVAIDS). These principles include tactical air navigation (TACAN) and DoD air traffic control radar beacon system (ATCRBS) identify friend or foe (IFF) Mark 12 system (DOD AIMS). Specific instruction emphasizes development of diagnostic principles concerning pulsed RF techniques, TACAN, and DOD AIMS theory.

TACT AIR CNTR PRTY-N036741

This course trains naval aviators and Naval Flight Officers (NFO) in the skills necessary to receive the 7207 MOS.

TAFT - ACFT TECH ASST FT

Technical Assistance Field Team - ACFT Tech Asst FT

TAFT - ADMIN TECH ASST FT

TAFT - COMM TECH ASST FT

TAFT - LOG TECH ASST FT

TAFT - MAINT TECH ASST FT

TAFT - MISSLE TECH ASST FT

Technical Assistance Field Team - Missile Tech Asst FT

TAFT - OPNS TECH ASST FT

TAFT - OTHER TECH ASST FT

TAFT - PROF TECH ASST FT

Technical Assistance Field Team - Professional TECH ASST FT

TAFT -MEDICAL TECH ASST FT

TARG ACQ RAD TECH WO BASIC

Basic electronics; the duties and responsibilities of target acquisition radar sections; operation and maintenance of the target acquisition radar sets and associated equipment; survey techniques; gunnery; target acquisition systems employment; FA employment.

TARTAR OFFICER

To provide prospective Weapons, Fire Control and Missile Battery Officers on ships equipped with the Guided Missile Fire Control System (GMFCS) MK 74 MOD 6 (ADAMS (DDG-2) Class Ships) with the technical knowledge necessary to supervise system employment, system maintenance, and department/division administration.

TAT - AIRCRAFT TAT

TAT - COMM TAT

TAT - ENGINEER TAT

TAT - LOGISTICS TAT

TAT - MISSILE TAT

TAT - OTHER TAT

Technical Assistance Training - Other TAT

TAT - SHIP MAINT TAT

TAT-LANGUAGE LAB INSTALL

Technical Assistance Team - Language Lab Installation

TATS ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC

Basic typing; format and preparation of correspondence; establishing files, resupply publications and blank forms; preparing military orders; and preparing Joint Message forms.

TATS AIR DEF ART ANCOC

Instruction will include a common and an ADA core. Common leader training is comprised of topics in leadership/human relations, communicative skills, training management, resource management, personnel, and military skills.

TATS BRIDGE CREWMAN

Training in mine/countermine operations, basic combat construction, rigging, demolitions, fixed bridging, camouflage, river crossing operations, vehicle operations, float bridge operations, and light assault bridge.

TATS BRIDGE CREWMEM (BNCOC

Training in bridges, river crossing operations, rigging, demolitions, reconnaissance, mine/countermine, offensive and defensive operations, and common leader training.

TATS CABLE SYS INSTL/MAINT

Field cable construction and maintenance, operation and maintenance of reel units, telephone installation, and use of test set.

TATS CANNON CREWMEMBER

Duties of a soldier in a field artillery howitzer section, to include identification of howitzers and techniques of handling ammunition, setting fuzes, preparing charges, loading and firing howitzers, maintenance, and communications training.

TATS CANNON FIRE DIR SPEC

Provides the soldier with skills and knowledge required of all skill level one members of a battery/platoon FDC to include communications, tactics, manual fire direction and operation of automated fire control direction systems (AFC/DS).

TATS COMBAT ENGINEER

Skill level 1 resident training. Training in engineer tools, mine/countermine operations, basic combat construction, rigging, demolitions, fixed bridging, river crossing operations, and vehicle operations.

TATS COMBAT ENGINEER ANCOC

Training in common leader tasks; engineer tactics; engineer shared tasks; field fortifications; mine/countermine warfare; demolitions; reconnaissance; fixed, float and nonstandard bridging.

TATS COMBAT ENGINEER BNCOC

Training in demolitions, reconnaissance, mine/countermine, offensive and defensive operations, the employment of combat engineer equipment, and common leader training.

TATS FA CANON SEC CH BNCOC

The Basic NCO (BNCOC) is conducted in a 24 hour-a-day NCO academy environment. The course includes training on leadership, maintenance, tactics, communications, land navigation, weapons, NBC, CMT, and training management.

TATS FA MET CREWMEMBER

Introduction to basic concepts of meteorology; basic communications systems; surface observations; balloon inflation; the Met Data System AN/TMQ-31; and the Met Measuring Set AN/TMQ-38.

TATS FLD ARTILLERY SURVEY

Tactical communications; map reading; determine distance between survey stations by mechanical and electronic means; determine direction by astronomic observation and gyroscopic means; operate angular measuring instruments and automated survey systems; r

TATS MET EQP-MET DATA SYS

Preventive maintenance checks and services, troubleshooting and isolation of faults, and repair and replacement of defective components.

TATS MLRS CREWMEMBER

MLRS orientation. Perform driver duties of M270 launcher and M985 HEMTT. Perform skill level one reload operations on the M270 launcher, M985 HEMTT and the M989A1 HEMAT. Perform Mounted Land Navigation using the AN/PSN-11.

TATS MLRS FIRE DIRECT SPEC

To train Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS) Fire Direction personnel in the operation and maintenance of the Fire Direction System (FDS), Fire Direction Data Manager (FDDM), Single Channel Ground and Air Radio System (SINGARS).

TATS MLRS SECT CHIEF BNCOC

Common NCO skills (leadership, tactics, etc.); MLRS firing operations, M270 launcher reload, ammunition requests, and LLM organizational maintenance.

TATS MLRS/FIRE SEC CH BNCO

Common leader training; computation of firing data; communications; maintenance of fire capabilities charts, situation maps, ammunition accountability, equipment serviceability, situation, firing point, target and mission reports.

TATS RADIO OPERATOR-MAINT

Installs, operates, and performs unit level maintenance on AM radio, HF Data Systems, SINCGARS w/ICOM, AN/CYZ-10, AN/PSN-11; transposes, processes, transmits, receives, and maintains accountability, for record communications; installs antennas and antenna systems, remotes AM radio and HF Data System; installs , operates, troubleshoots and performs PMCS on power generating equipment.

TATS SIGNAL SPT SYS SPEC

Instruction in physical fitness factors, critical threat of hostile forces, use of technical manuals, the Army maintenance management system, test measurement and diagnostic equipment, techniques and procedures; systems installations, integration.

TEAM COORD TRNG OPS OF VES

This 3-day course is intended for Operations Officers of vessels 180 ft in length or greater. The purpose of the course is to improve shipboard team coordination in seven skills, which are critical to operational safety and productivity: leadership, mission analysis, adaptability and flexibility, situational awareness, decision-making, communication, and assertiveness. These skills are interdependent and can be measured through observing team behavior. The course makes the student aware of both effective and ineffective behaviors. Students receive 20 hours of classroom and 4 hours of shipboard simulator training. Through facilitated discussions, case studies, group and individual exercises, and role play, students gain an understanding of these team skills and how best to apply them.

TECH ASSISTANT TEAM (TAT)

TECH TRAINING INSTRUCTOR

Course Objective - This course prepares experienced officers (excluding pilots) or NCOs to perform instructor duties in their specialty. Pilots requiring preparation for instrument pilot instructor duties should be enrolled in the Instructor Pilot Instrument Procedures course, MASL D-121065. Block I - Fundamentals of Teaching (48 hours) - Basic instructional techniques and communicative skills. The developmental approach to academic instruction, instructional aids, and questioning techniques. Students will prepare one presentation as part of this course. Block II - Curriculum Development (40 hours) - Techniques learned in Block I are applied to the instructional system development process, and to developing criterion objectives and measurements. Students will prepare one presentation as part of this course. Block III - Practice Teaching (126 hours) - Designed for maximum student participation. Skills learned in Block I and II are used to prepare and present four presentations, two informal lectures, one demonstration/performance lecture, and one final lecture of the choice of the student, with the approval of the instructor. This block also includes test administration and student administration. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

TECH TRANS OF HAZ MATERIAL

This course provides personnel from all services detailed technical information pertaining to all phases of transportation of hazardous materials. Course content includes emphasis on International and DOT regulations covering transportation of hazardous material.

TECHNICAL AMMUNITION

This course provides basic training in the technical aspects of ammunition and explosives for personnel involved in ammunition related operations. The course provides a base for advanced study in the ammunition areas of maintenance, demilitarization, storage, supply, and inventory management. In addition, the course meets the requirements for certification of personnel under the provisions specified in AMC-R 350-4, TRADOC-R 350-30, and FORSCOM-R 350-10. Course content includes DOD, Army, Navy and Air Force references for ammunition and related operations, basic information on types of explosives and non-surety chemical agents, ammunition items descriptions and functioning, quantity-distance consideration for explosives safety, and requirements for the storage and transportation of ammunition.

TECHNICAL ENG SUPV BNCOC

Use of tools, equipment and test sets unique to the 51T MOS; principals of inspection as they pertain to the MOS; common leader training; filling out various forms; construction reconnaissance and site analysis. The FTX will reinforce leadership skills.

TECHNICAL ENGINEERING SPEC

Construction surveying using conventional equipment, and the automated integrated survey instrument for military construction to include: project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, construction support surveys, road construction.

TECHNICAL ENGINEERING SPEC

Construction surveying using conventional equipment, and the automated integrated survey instrument for military construction to include: project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, construction support surveys, road construction.

TELEPHONE & DATA CIRCT EQ

Prerequisites: Must successfully complete course L3AQR2E733 900, Electronic Principles, at Lackland AFB TX. ECL 70 EL.

TELEPHONE INSTALLER

Prerequisites: AFSC 2E753 or other DOD equivalent who maintain telephone substation/key system. ECL 70 SA.

TELEPHONE SYSTEMS APPR

Electrical, electronic, and digital switching principles; use of technical publications; application of switching principles to telephone systems; fundamental knowledge of associated peripheral devices (that is, printer and visual display units); testing and maintenance through the use of the maintenance administration functions; principles of wire transmissions; and monitoring and analysis of performance of Base Wire systems.

TEMP LINE/INVITATION CRS

TEMP SYS INSTALL/FAC DSGN

Provides training for system and facility designers on the use of TEMPEST documents directly related to their job. Material includes physical security measures as applied to TEMPEST, assessment of shielded enclosures and facilities, and how TEMPEST factors influence designing a system or facility. The TEMPEST environment, criteria for material and equipment selection, and distribution systems will be taught. Requirements for grounding, protective distributive systems (PDS), utility systems, tactical environments, and sensitive compartmented information (SCI) facilities are included as a major part of this training.

TEMPEST FIELD TEST. BASICS

Prerequisites: Completion of course L3OZR33S3A 000 (TEMPEST Fundamentals) or equivalent knowledge. Student must be assigned or scheduled to be assigned duties involving TEMPEST testing. A working knowledge of electronic test equipment (oscilloscopes, signal and RF generators, etc.). Possession of engineering AFSCs 62E3E or 33S3A, electronic technician AFSCs 2EXXX, equivalent MOSs, or equivalent DOD/civilian specialty identifier. Further, student must have a working knowledge of algebra, logarithms, and scientific and engineering notations. Failure to meet these prerequisites will be used as a basis to refuse admission and return students to their home stations. ECL 80.

TEMPEST FUNDAMENTALS

Prerequisites: Student must be assigned or scheduled to be assigned to duties requiring knowledge of TEMPEST-related activities and information. ECL 80.

TEST AND EVAL ENGINEERING

INTERN ONLY - FOR SCOPE AND PREREQUISITE FOR THIS COURSE, CONTACT JANET ANTOL, AUTOVON 687-4220/2177; CML (804) 734-4220/2177.

TFC MGT & ACCIDENT INVESTI

Training in legal aspects of installation traffic offenses, speed measurement devices, drug and alcohol countermeasures, investigative planning, analyzing components of a traffic accident, speed estimates of accident vehicles, accident investigation photography, diagramming a traffic accident, preparation of traffic accident reports, and hit-and-run investigation.

TH-67 ADV IFR - NORWAY

This course teaches tasks relating Instrument Flight Regulations for the TH-67 aircraft.

THE EDITOR

The Editors Course teaches students to be effective news publication editors. Course instructors use the most up-to-date resource materials to provide individual and group instruction. Students learn advanced writing and copyediting skills in the topics of: news, features, editorials, and sports. Other topics covered are: coaching writers and photographers; using photographs effectively using modern headline structures; applying modern design principles; and managing the publication. Students are introduced to desktop publishing and electronic imaging. Students prepare a thesis that examines the strengths and weaknesses of the content and design of their publication. This thesis serves as a basis for change and improvement for the student and the publication. Editorial decision-making and its ethical impact is discussed throughout the course. All course work is critiqued for proper grammar, spelling, stylebook usage, security, accuracy, propriety, and policy.

THEATER AIR OPNS CRS(TAOC)

Instructs international air weapons controllers (AWC) who will operate in both counter air and strategic air defense environments. This course is designed for the air weapons controller who requires training at a highly advanced proficiency level in a wide variety of wartime and short-of-war scenarios. Graduates of the Theater Air Operations Course (TAOC) will have an enhanced ability to operate within their particular command and control system in counter air and strategic air defense environments. Graduates will be able to manage air assets successfully against a complete spectrum of short-of-war and wartime threats.

THEMATIC CARTOGRAPHY

TML INST PRO (TERPS)

TOEFL PREPARATION COURSE

This course is designed to develop the advanced English language skills necessary to enhance their score of 500 on the TOEFL. In addition, the course emphasizes the development of writing skills and includes one major research paper and numerous minor writing assignments. One hour of computer lab work per day is also required. The program consists of seven hours of classroom/computer lab instruction and two to three hours of homework and preparation per day. Classes are small in order to allow for detailed feedback to students on written papers and other assignments. Prerequisite: an in-country TOEFL score of 500. Students will be given the opportunity to take the TOEFL twice and the Test of Written English (TWE) once during the course. In addition, students will be given the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) at appropriate stages in their training. End-of-course requirements are an ECL score of 80, a TOEFL score of 500, and a cumulative average of 80 on all achievement test. There is a minimum enrollment requirement of four students. Additional classes may be established upon request if the minimum requirement of four students is met. Programming should be accomplished through AFSAT to ensure availability of the course and to obtain up-to-date information on class start dates.

TOEFL TEST

To send international students to a testing center in order to take a "Test of English as Foreign Language" which is required prior to acceptance at the Naval Postgraduate School.

TORP CM AN/SLQ-25 OPS/MT

To provide the trainee with knowledge and skills that will enable them to properly operate and maintain the AN/SLQ-25 (NIXIE) Torpedo Countermeasure Transmitting Set.

TOW II SYS/NIGHT SIGHT RPR

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 ancilliary equipment.

TOW/DRAGON REPAIR (NONUS)

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 ancilliary equipment.

TRACK & WHEEL VEH REC SPEC

Operating, servicing and using recovery vehicles and equipment; procedures used in rigging, recovering and towing of tracked and wheel vehicles.

TRACK VEH RECOVERY SPECIAL

Emphasis on operating, servicing, and using recovery vehicles and equipment; procedures used in the recovery of tracked vehicles.

TRACK VEH REPAIRER-BNCOC

Supervision of automotive DS/GS maintenance and unit recovery operations; maintenance and technical inspections of wheeled and tracked vehicles, including fuel and electrical components; training management; quality control; inspection techniques.

TRACK VEHICLE MECHANIC

Service, lubricate, replace, remove, install, adjust, test, and troubleshoot components and assemblies of engine, exhaust, cooling, and electrical systems; engine power trains, track, suspension, steering, controls, and hull of the M-113 series, M88A1, M578 recovery vehicles, M60-series special purpose vehicles, and the M501E3 HAWK loader/transporter. Preventive maintenance checks and services; use of publications, special tools, and test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment tools; track vehicle recovery operations; and operating in a nuclear, biological, and chemical environment.

TRACK VEHICLE REPAIR

Basic knowledge and skills, including publications, tools, and shop safety, required for the tracked vehicle repairer to perform intermediate maintenance tasks (testing, troubleshooting, repair) associated with the AVDS-1790 engine and CD-850 transmission (M60/M88-series vehicles); the VTA-903T Cummins diesel engine and HMPT-500 transmission (M2/M3-series vehicles); the 8V71T engine and the XTG411-2A transmission (M109/M110-series vehicles); the 6V53/53T engine and the X200-4 transmission (M113 series vehicles); the AGT-1500 turbine engine and the X1100-3B transmission (M1 series Abrams tank); and assist/perform vehicle recovery operations.

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT COORD

The performance of critical tasks related to cargo documentation, planning, loss and damage control, unit movements, passenger movements, overview of ITO functions and the operation of the TACCS hardware and application of DAMMS-R software.

TRAFFIC MGT APR

Provides training for planning, arranging, and procuring air, rail, motor carrier, and bus transportation service for DOD military and civilian personnel and dependents, including shipment and storage of personal property, house trailers, and privately owned vehicles; classifying, documenting, and arranging for shipment of government-sponsored cargo by military air and motor vehicle and by commercial air, rail, express, motor carrier, and parcel post. Provides instruction in operating material handling equipment; procedures for receiving inbound shipments; performing packing and crating procedures; preservation of items; custom requirements; freight terminal operations; saw operations and heat sealing; deployment operations; data automation; security and safety. Utilizes the TOPS and CMOS computer systems. Special Requirements: Steel-toed boots.

TRAINING AIDS & DEVICES

TRAINING SUPERVISOR

Group-paced course providing training for faculty members selected for instructor/intermediate supervisory duty within a training squadron.

TRAINING SUPERVISOR/ *

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.

TRAINING-USARSA

TRANS OFFICER BASIC

The course is oriented toward maximizing practical training with a minimum of theoretical instruction, while training each officer in the tasks of: how to lead, how to maintain, how to fight, and how to transport.

TRANSITION/FIGHTER ACFT

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

TRANSP MGMT INTRO

To provide the student, who is new to this functional area, with a general introduction into the field of transportation and traffic management. This course is a desirable prerequisite for all transportation management courses presented at the school.

TRANSP STOW HAZ MAT

To provide students with the technical knowledge for handling, storage (incident to transportation), certification and transportation by all modes of ammunition, explosives (Class 1), radioactive material (Class 7) and all other hazardous articles.

TRANSPORTATION MGT (GRAD)

Prerequisites: Academic completion of bachelor's degree program. Satisfactory completion of the graduate management admissions test.

TRANSPORTATION/ *

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.

TRANSPT ACFT CREW CHIEF

Course Objective - This course teaches the student to inspect, repair, maintain, and service aircraft and installed equipment. Specialty Description - (a) Perform Inspection, Functional Check, and Preventive Maintenance on Aircraft Equipment. Perform pre-flight, daily block, and periodic inspections of aircraft structures, landing gear, engines, instruments, cockpits, cabins, flight surfaces, and controls. Inspect and perform functional checks on hydraulic, electrical lubrication, anti-icer, and fuel systems. Inspect aircraft components for cleanliness, alignment, proper clearance and operation, evidence o wear, cracks, looseness, using feeler gauges, tensiometer, hand and special tools. (b) Repair, Maintain, and Service Aircraft and Aircraft Installed Equipment Determine and indicate actions to correct malfunctions as shown on aircraft forms. Clean aircraft and engines using prescribed solvents or cleaning materials. Detect and remove corrosion and apply protective measures to prevent corrosion. Troubleshoot malfunctions pertaining to aircraft structures, landing gear, control surfaces, ventilation, and heating systems. Remove and replace items such as control surfaces, engines, wheels, brakes, tires, cowling, enclosures, hoses, and propellers. Service oil, fuel, and hydraulic systems. Tow, park, and moor aircraft. Perform operator maintenance on gas turbine compressor unit. Interpret applicable publications. Block I - Familiarization (38 hours) - Course familiarization, effective study techniques, ground safety, maintenance manuals, maintenance and inspection, discrepancies and analysis, and corrective actions. Block II - Fundamentals (35 hours) - Basic ground equipment, hand tools, aircraft hardware, and ground handling. Block III - Aircraft and Auxiliary Systems (55 hours) - Air conditioning and pressurization systems, anti-icer and de-icing systems, fire extinguisher and oxygen systems, aircraft engine, flight instruments, fuel system, and characteristics of APU/GTC. Block IV - Aircraft Structure and Flight Controls (46 hours) - Aircraft structure, aircraft corrosion, flight controls, control cables, and primary flight controls such as ailerons, rudder, and elevators. Block V - Electrical Systems (44 hours) - Electrical systems, fundamentals of electricity, aircraft DC electrical system, inspection of DC electrical system, aircraft AC electrical system and inspection of AC electrical system. Block VI - Hydraulics System (54 hours) - Principles of the hydraulic system, hydraulic fundamentals, basic hydraulic system, aircraft tire, wheel, and brake assemblies, aircraft landing gear and landing gear retraction. Block VII - Engine Systems (36 hours) - Engine system, basic turboprop engine, bleed air fuel control description and operation, ignition system, perform oil system maintenance. Block VIII - Propeller and Engine Removal (52 hours) - Propeller and engine removal, introduction and description of the Hamilton standard propeller, remove propeller dome assembly, propeller removal, engine removal, ground safety, identify engine components. Block IX - Propeller and Engine Installation (36 hours) - Propeller and engine installation, inspect engine attaching points and components, engine installation, propeller installation, propeller dome assembly installation. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

TRAVEL & LIVING ALLOWANCES

TRAVEL/LIVING ALLOW - FMS

To capture costs for travel and living allowance payments.

TRNG,MANPWR&PERS MGT-CONUS

Designed for personnel who plan, manage, and conduct training, as well as personnel involved in manpower, personnel and resources. Produces an awareness of the procedures of material readiness and operational readiness objectives. Explains techniques and identifies tools available for use in applying and implementing training management principles.

TROP WEATHER ANAL & FCST

Training in specialized techniques required for analysis and forecasting in the tropics. Intended primarily for Air Force personnel with assignment, or potential assignment, to duties, which require forecasting for tropical areas. The course contains instruction in tropical climatology, kinematics and dynamics of the tropical atmosphere, analysis techniques, application of satellite data to analysis, and forecasting methods for tropical systems. Emphasis is placed upon lab application of analysis and forecasting techniques.

TROUBLESHOOTING ELEC PWR

Analysis of basic electrical circuits, reading and interpreting wiring diagrams of MEP generator sets, MB-Teen generator sets, and auto-starting transfer systems and troubleshooting generator set control circuits and auto-starting transfer systems.

TUITION

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

TURBO T56-A-7B/A15 **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

TV & INTRUSION DETECT SYS

Prerequisites: Army, MOS 25R. Trainees with extensive electronics background should request a waiver for course G3AQR45020 000 according to paragraph 2.10 of this catalog. ECL 70.

TW F-16 BASIC CRS-DED TNG

Course provides academic and flying training to become an F-16 A/B pilot. (unique to Taiwan)

TW F-16 INSTR CRS-DED TNG

Course provides academic and flying training to become an F-16 A/B/ instructor pilot. (unique to Taiwan)

TW F-16 OBSERVER DED TNG

Not a training course - MASL established for foreign student administrative support funding.

U.S. ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR

A task-based, performance-oriented scenario-driven course of instruction designed to prepare master sergeants for sergeants major and command sergeants major positions with a force projection Army. Major subject areas include leadership, combat operations, and sustainment operations. Specific areas of study include team building, communicative skills, national military strategy, training management, force projection, operations other than war, reserve components, and a professional development electives program.

U.S. ARMY SGT MAJOR PREP

History and current role of the NCO; Department of Defense; Department of the Army; The Division; Army Staff Positions and Functions; Reserve Components; Combat Arms Organizations; Combat Support; Combat Service Support Organization and Role; Military Symbols and Overlays; Combat Operation Review by MAPEX; Learning Resource Center Research Project; Customs and Courtesies; U.S. Government (National Level); U.S. Government (Local Level); U.S. Political Parties; U.S. Legal System; U.S. Economic System; U.S. Labor Unions; U.S. Educational Institutions; U.S. Nationality Development; Communications Media & Human Rights; Small Group Instruction; Group Life Terms.

U.S. STUDENT K7 (NATO)

Not a valid training course - MASL created for admin support funding of German students.

UFT ACADEMIC INSTR CRS/AIC

Prerequisites: Must have been selected for ground flight instructor duty in AETC specialized undergraduate pilot training, pilot instructor training, Euro-NATO joint jet pilot training, or specialized undergraduate navigator training. ECL 80.

UH-1 ADV CBT SKILLS -ITALY

Includes physical and mental skills and information objectives for advanced helicopter flight maneuvers and emergency procedures, flight planning, navigation, and cross-country flight.

UH-1 ADV COMBAT SKILLS

Includes physical and mental skills and information objectives for advanced helicopter flight maneuvers and emergency procedures, flight planning, navigation, and cross-country flight.

UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Indiantown Gap, PA.

UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Lewis, WA.

UH-1 FLT SIMULATOR W/O IP

UH-1 HELO REPAIRER

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

UH-1 INSTRUCTOR PILOT

The course consists of flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules institutional system development tasks, to include all before flight, basic flight, approach/landing, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and academic instruction and practical application of UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance subjects. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduate to teach subjects in flight.

UH-1 INSTRUCTOR PILOT MOI

Flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules (VFR) to include all before-flight, basic flight, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and practical application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance systems. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduates to teach subjects in flight and maintenance areas.

UH-1 IP MOI - DENMARK

Flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules (VFR) to include all before-flight, basic flight, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and practical application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance systems. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduates to teach subjects in flight and maintenance areas.

UH-1 IP MOI - GERMANY

Flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules (VFR) to include all before-flight, basic flight, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and practical application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance systems. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduates to teach subjects in flight and maintenance areas.

UH-1 IP MOI - ITALY

Course consists of flight and academic training in day contact tasks, to include flight planning, before flight, basic flight, approach/landing, emergency, and after-landing tasks. Academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; academic instruction and application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance subjects. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable the student to teach subjects in contact.

UH-1 IP MOI - NETHERLANDS

Flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules (VFR) to include all before-flight, basic flight, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and practical application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance systems. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduates to teach subjects in flight and maintenance areas.

UH-1 IP MOI - NORWAY

Flight and academic training in day/night visual flight rules (VFR) to include all before-flight, basic flight, and emergency tasks; academic instruction and practical application of principles and techniques of flight instruction; and practical application of the UH-1 aircraft systems and maintenance systems. Sufficient depth of knowledge is gained to enable graduates to teach subjects in flight and maintenance areas.

UH-1 MAINT TP—W/FLY

To provide training on UH-1 Maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

UH-1 NAP OF THE EARTH QUAL

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in Nap-of-the-Earth flight in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, basic flight procedures, flight planning, and safety factors.

UH-1 NIGHT UNAIDED TNG

Designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge to operate under unaided night conditions. Includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1 NIGHT VIS GOG QUAL

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as a UH-1 NVG pilot. Includes flight task training, academic and practical application of NVG tactical operations.

UH-1 NVG QUAL - ITALY

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as a UH-1 NVG pilot. Includes flight task training, academic and practical application of NVG tactical operations.

UH-1 QUAL (FMT) - ITALY

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, and information objective for accomplishment of basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1 QUALIFICATION

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, and information objective for accomplishment of basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1 QUALIFICATION-DENMARK

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, and information objective for accomplishment of basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1 QUALIFICATION-GERMANY

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, and information objective for accomplishment of basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1 QUALIFICATION-NETHERL

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, and information objective for accomplishment of basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1 QUALIFICATION-NORWAY

Train selected foreign military pilots in the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification in the UH-1 aircraft. Includes physical and mental skills, and information objective for accomplishment of basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, and flight planning.

UH-1H HELO MECH

Designed to provide the helicopter crew chief with a higher degree of training on the airframe and systems with emphasis on those tasks which relate to the maintenance supervisor such as safety awareness in the work center and troubleshooting of most common helicopter anomalies, overhaul techniques of main components, engine adjustments, flight control rigging and an in-depth study of helicopter vibrations and how to alleviate with usage of the stobex/vibrex equipment.

UH-60 AQC (NORWAY)

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the UH-60 helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties.

UH-60 AVIATOR QUAL

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the UH-60 helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Lewis, WA.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Rucker, AL.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-60 Flight Simulator training at Fort Schafter, HI

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Indiantown Gap, PA.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR at Ft Bragg, NC.

UH-60 FLT SIMULATOR W/O IP

UH-60 HELO REPAIRER

Emphasis is on aircraft maintenance technical training. Instruction covers aircraft maintenance procedures that will provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform UH-60 maintenance: replacing system and subsystem assemblies.

UH-60 HELO REPR SUPV ANCOC

Plans 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; and supervises.

UH-60 INSTRUCTOR PILOT

Course consists of flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, regulations, safety, automatic flight control system, power train, hydraulic and electrical systems, malfunction analysis, and night academics.

UH-60 MAINT TP—W/FLY

To provide information and training on UH-60 Maintenance Troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

UH1N/H1T AFCS STAB CTL AUG

To provide Aircraft Flight Control and Air Data Computer Systems Technicians with instruction at the intermediate level on theory of operation, system analysis, troubleshooting and repair on the H-1 aircraft AFCS and SCAS systems to perform under close supervision, intermediate maintenance in the squadron working environment.

UHF SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

To provide operation and maintenance training on the AN/WSC-3 Communications Sets, AN/SRA-33 Antenna Coupler, OA-9123/SRC Antenna Coupler, OE-82(Series) Antennas, the UHF Demand-Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) system and the Officer in Tactical Information and Exchange Subsystem (OTCIXS) for E-4 through E-9 Electronics Technicians.

UHF SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN

To provide operation and maintenance training on the AN/WSC-3 Communications Sets, AN/SRA-33 Antenna Coupler, OA-9123/SRC Antenna Coupler, OE-82(Series) Antennas, the UHF Demand-Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) system and the Officer in Tactical Information and Exchange Subsystem (OTCIXS) for E-4 through E-9 Electronics Technicians.

ULTRASON INSP IMPED PLANE

Trains Air Force and civilian personnel to perform ultrasonic and phase amplitude inspections. Includes training on ultrasonic thickness testing on coatings, corrosion, and multi-thickness materials; skip distance; distance amplitude correction; phase amplitude inspection to include application of current field inspections, boltholes, use of scanner and methods, fastener scans, metal sorting, impedance inspection, and inspection of titanium and steel.

UNINTERRUPT PWR SUP/EXIDE/

Operating principles and characteristics of exide solid-state uninterruptible power system, normal and emergency operating procedures, system inspection, maintenance, and alignment. Troubleshooting and repair of system and components.

UNINTERRUPT PWR SYS/EMERS

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E051/71, 3E052/72, or Army, Navy, or civilian. Personnel must be a graduate of course J3AZR54553 002, Civil Engineering Advanced Electronics, or an equivalent course within 2 years prior to attending this course, or fulfill the following requirements: Possess a thorough working knowledge of three-phase AC power and digital and analog electronics to include analog/digital interfacing, operational amplifiers, and complimentary metal oxide semiconductors (CMOS). Personnel must also be experienced in the use and operation of oscilloscopes, digital multimeters, and frequency counters. ECL 70.

UNIT MAINT OFF WO BASIC

Unit maintenance technician will be instructed in warrant officer professional development subjects, common technical subjects, ordnance common subjects, and technical subjects which apply to unit maintenance (light) level, wheel vehicle maintenance.

UNIT MOVE OFF DEPLOY PLAN

Unit deployment planning; unit movement plans; plans and conduct of movement training; COMPASS/AUEL; unit movement automation; preparation of unit supplies and equipment; hazardous cargo by surface mode; plan and conduct CONUS highway operations; convoy documentation; marshalling procedures; use of containers in unit deployment; rail movement planning; railway equipment characteristics and use; blocking, bracing, packing, crating and tie down procedures and equipment for all modes; rail load out exercise; host nation rail; inland waterways, strategic airlift, A/DACG operations, preparation of supplies, equipment and personnel for movement by air, and building a 463L pallet; unit deployment through the sea port of embarkation; use of LOGMARS; port support activity exercise; and MAGTF/amphibious shipping.

UNIT SUPLY SPEC BNCOC

Map reading; land navigation; Air-Land Battle; preventative maintenance checks and services, property accountability; enlisted personnel management/ evaluation system; awards; organizational clothing and equipment; the Army Maintenance Management System; organizational maintenance and security of small arms; forecasting and storage of supplies; sling load procedures, and shop stock procedures. Leadership, communications, resource management and professional skills, including counseling, authority of the NCO and the leader as a teacher, and military skills such as inspections, drill/ceremony, and training/training management. Automatic data processing subjects such as fundamentals of automation, Tactical Army Combat Service Support Computer System (TACCS) orientation, TACCS application lab, TACCS management, Standard Property Book System-Redesign (SPBS-R), and introduction to the unit level logistics system.

UNIT SUPPLY SPEC ANCOC

The training covers tasks involving inspections, leadership, management of operations, correspondence, briefing techniques, effective listening, personnel management, the enlisted promotion system, noncommissioned officer development; military justice, etc.

UNIT SUPPLY SPECIALIST

Request, receipt, storage, issue, and accountability of individual, organizational, installation, and expendable/durable supplies and equipment; security and administration of a unit arms room; and organizational maintenance of small arms.

UNREP E/E CONTROLS MAINT

To provide training in the maintenance, operation and repair of UNREP electrical and electronic control systems. To provide training in maintenance, operation and repair of the STANDARD ELECTRONIC MODULES (SEM) controller for 4th Generation tension and speed winches.

UNREP MECH & HYD COMP MT

This course has been designed to provide trainees from the Machinist's Mate (MM) and Engineman (EN) ratings, E-4 through E-9, with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain, troubleshoot and repair underway replenishment equipment and hydraulic systems aboard underway replenishment ships, under normal and emergency conditions.

UNT-CORE CRSE 34.8FH

Prerequisites: Commissioned officer of the Regular Air Force, Air Force Reserve and ANG, as provided in AFI 36-2205 (formerly AFR 51-4). ECL 80 SR or equivalent. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/1+ required. International students receiving Defense Language Institute English language training will complete the code 37 navigation modules. UPT nominees must meet a 19 AF/DOT selection board and be nominated for attendance.

UNT-SYSTEMS OFFICER (32FH)

Prerequisites: Graduate of S-V8N-C. ECL 80 SR. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/1+ required.

UNWTR DEMOL/SEAL INDOC

To prepare prospective officer and enlisted personnel physically and psychologically for the rigorous twenty-five week (BUD/S) curriculum.

UNWTR DEMOL/SEAL TRNG BAS

To train officer and enlisted personnel of the U.S. Navy in the basic skills for duty with Seal Teams.

UPT T-37 SPECIAL (SATP)

Same as MASL D111014

UPT/T41, SATP, 26.5FH

Prerequisites: Available only to international personnel. ECL 80 SR. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/1+ required.

US ARMY EXPLOSIVE SFTY-CBT

To provide Safety Specialists with training in ammunition explosives safety. Training includes review of publications, drawings, and other sources of information from which explosives safety technical data may be extracted.

USA C&GSC OFF PREPARATORY

To enhance participation by International officers, officers from other US military services, and US Army Chaplains, Judge Advocate General and AMEDD officers in the Command and General Staff Officer Course (CGSOC). Instruction includes US military terminology, organization, tactics, logistics, and management.

USAF CENTRIFUGE TNG CRS

A two-track course which provides initial (Track 1) and refresher (Track 2) centrifuge training to Air Force and other non-DoD and FMS aircrews. ACCR 51-17 provides a detailed description of the centrifuge training requirements. Instructs aircrews in procedures and techniques for increasing High G tolerance. Classroom instruction provides information on High G physiology, proper anti-G straining techniques, and prevention of G-Loss of Consciousness. Centrifuge runs provide aircrews an opportunity to practice an effective anti-G straining maneuver and also provide an assessment of the aircrew's ability to transition to high-G aircraft. Completion of the appropriate track of centrifuge training is a prerequisite for entry into all fighter formal training courses.

USAF FLT SURG HP ACFT TNG

Teaches flight surgeons flight medicine in the fighter environment.

USAF LIFE SCI EQUIP INVEST

Provides the knowledge to conduct life sciences equipment safety investigations.

USAF OG COMMANDERS CRS

Prepares operations group commander selectees to meet the responsibilities of operations group leadership and introduces attendees to their roles as commander of an operations group within the framework of Air Force policy. Provides an understanding of command responsibility, accountability, and discipline; approaches to leadership and management; contemporary attitudes; and cultural diversity. Also provides a background in group level functional areas, including intelligence, weather, airfield operations, and aircraft accident investigation, reporting, and disposition. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss current operations issues and problems with functional area experts, experienced commanders, and their peers in a seminar environment.

USAF SENIOR NCO ACADEMY

Conducts an advanced professional military education program for selected senior NCOs to better prepare them for their leadership responsibilities by expanding their managerial capabilities and their perspective of the military profession. The curriculum, designed to meet senior NCO needs, consists of lectures and small group work seminars. The principal instructional method is the 12 to 14-member discussion and problem-solving seminar. In this forum, students share ideas and experiences and work collectively to achieve various educational objectives. Members of the Academy's faculty and speakers from AU, Headquarters USAF, other commands, and civilian agencies lecture at the Academy. The Academy curriculum is based on the belief that the senior NCOs attending the course bring with them some understanding and competence in all areas of the curriculum.

USAF/USN CONS. FOOD SVC AP

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

UT C-1 ADV

To provide the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary for assignment as a Trade Crew Leader on a construction project.

UTIL EQUIP RPR BNCOC

Supervision or performance of unit or direct support maintenance of refrigeration equipment, air conditioning units, and missile support equipment such as the Bottle Cleaning/Charging Station (BC/CS), Halon recharger and fire extinguishers.

UTIL O&M TECH WO BASIC

Common subjects and MOS specific technical skills that encompass organizational maintenance management and TO utilities and construction operations to support DEPMEDS hospitals.

UTILITIES EQUIP REPAIRER

To train entry-level students the basic skills and knowledge required to perform unit, direct and general support maintenance tasks on tactical refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, forced air heaters, Halon fire extinguisher recharger.

VCHT SEWAGE SYS

To train DD-963/DDG-993 class destroyer engineering personnel, of the appropriate ratings, in the knowledge and skills to safely operate and maintain, with limited supervision, the Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) - Modified Vacuum installed on the DD-963/DDG-993 class ship.

VEH DIAGN TEST EQP/ELE SYS

Includes use of vehicle diagnostic test equipment to analyze general purpose vehicle starting, charging, ignition, fuel delivery, engine mechanical, computer, and supplemental restraint systems. Instruction also includes principles of automotive electrical and electronic systems.

VEH MNTS CONT & ANAL APPR

Includes maintenance management, on line vehicle integrated management system (OLVIMS), standards analysis, visual media, technical management and data systems.

VEHICLE MAINT MGT

Duties and responsibilities of the vehicle maintenance manager; management of maintenance resources, such as personnel requirements; policies and procedures; maintenance and material control; quality assurance; preventive and repetitive maintenance; vehicle integrated management system data collection system; facilities; budget development; vehicle out of commission rates; workload; productivity; fraud, waste and abuse; contingency and mobility planning.

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE/ *

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.

VET SPEC FOOD INSP (BASIC)

Provides a working knowledge of techniques used to determine identity, condition, and quantity in the food groups: red meats (to include pork), water foods, poultry, eggs, dairy products, fresh fruits, and vegetables, and semi-perishables. Also includes sampling procedures, forms, contract administration, basic food inspection procedures (including sensory evaluation), basic food establishment sanitation, safety and quality assurance, surveillance inspections and veterinary preventive medicine.

VET SVCS TECH WO BASIC

Emphasis in placed on leadership problems combined with practical experiences in providing organizational level veterinary food inspection services throughout DoD. Subjects include Food Technology/Sanitation, Food Products, Food Inspection, Animal Medicine.

VIDEO PRODUCTION/DOCUMENT

Purpose is to train selected enlisted personnel in the principles, techniques, and skills required to perform the duties and functions of production and documentation specialists.

VIR-30 VOR/ILS NAV SYS

Course Summary - This 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.

VISUAL INFORMATION MANAGER

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a visual information manager. The scope of training includes: identifying the mission and functions for a visual information center, deployment of VI assets, management of VI

VLS DOCKSIDE LOADING

To provide students with the required skills needed to conduct shore-based VLS onload and offload operation with emphasis on communications between ship's forces and shore-based personnel.

VLS MK-41

To provide Naval personnel in the gunner's mate missile rating (E1-E9) with the technical knowledge and requisite skills necessary to operate and maintain the Vertical Launching System MK-41 under limited supervision at the organizational level of maintenance. The equipment will be operated and maintained wherever installed and under all conditions of readiness.

VLS SM-2 ENCAN/DECAN

This course is designated to provide students with the required skills needed to install and remove Standard Missiles from MK-13 VLS canisters and perform empty/loaded canisters tests using the MK-60 Combined Missile Test Set (CMTS).

VMAP LEVEL I-ARCINFO

Course designed for foreign nationals. Scope: Provide training on VMAP Level I (ArcInfo) production workflow methods using the Arc/Info software. The course is divided into two segments: Data capture which includes projection generation, registration of rater files, and data collection techniques and procedures. The course includes a general description of VPF, creating a VMAP Level I data (Arc/Info), and converting this database to VPF format. Training also covers schema creation and quality control/validation techniques. Hands-on work closely simulates a production environment to allow students to obtain experience with the process flow and production software. Target Audience: MC&G production personnel who require training on VMAP Level I production methods using Arc/Info software. Topics: Projection creation, project control generation, data capture, edgematching, quality control methods, Arc/Info database creating and populating, VPF description, preparing data for VPF conversion, VPF conversion, and post-translation processing.

WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS MGMT

To provide the student with the knowledge of the policies, principles and practices that pertain to warehousing and storage, materials handling, documentation, preservation, packaging, and packing.

WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATION

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E451/71 civilian equivalent. The 5-skill level must have elected to reenlist to be eligible; civilians should have at least 1 year of experience in wastewater treatment. Graduates of courses J3AZR56651 000 and J3AZR56671 000 should not attend this course. ECL 70.

WATER PLANTS AND SYSTEMS

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E451/71 or civilian equivalent. The 5-skill level must have elected to reenlist to be eligible; civilians should have at least 1 year of experience in water treatment. Graduates of courses J3AZR56651 002 and J3AZR56671 001 should not attend this course. ECL 70.

WATER SURV/NON PARACHUTE

Trains non-parachute carrying aircrew personnel in principles, procedures, techniques, and use of equipment, which enable them to survive in a water environment, to assist in their recovery, and to return to friendly control.

WATER SURVIVAL

Designed to train aircrew and other designated personnel in the employment of survival and life support principles, procedures, equipment, and techniques which permit them to survive overwater bailout, ejection or ditching and to assist in their safe recovery and return to duty. Training requires personnel to actually experience parachute letdown, water entry and survivor pickup from open sea environment. Weather permitting, each student receives actual helicopter pickup from water plus parasail descent with deployment techniques of specific equipment. Course consists of approximately 1 day academic and 2 days water training lab. Under certain circumstances, 1 additional day may be required to make up training lost due to adverse weather conditions.

WATER TREATMENT SPECIALIST

The course provides training in water purification and treatment equipment, storage facilities, distribution systems, site and set-up operations, and TRADOC mandated subjects.

WATERTIGHT CLS INSP MT&R

PURPOSE: To provide the knowledge and skills to personnel from fleet units and repair activities for maintenance and repair of machinery space balanced joiner doors.

WEAPONS SAFETY

Provides training to military and civilian personnel who are assigned primary duty in weapons safety management.

WEATHER FORECASTER APPR

Provides training in observing weather elements such as precipitation, sky condition, visibility and obstructions to vision, temperature, winds, and plotting of weather codes.

WEATHER OFFICER

Provides training for officers in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties of Weather Officer.

WEATHER SATE SYS/PHOTO INT

Training in knowledge and skills required to understand operation of weather satellite systems, interpret images acquired by these systems, and integrate satellite data with conventional analysis. Includes orbital geometry, infrared and visual imagery, identifying cloud forms and non-cloud features, interpreting animated imagery, deriving meteorological implications from cloud patterns, and integrating satellite data with other weather information.

WEATHER/ *

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.

WELDING ALUMINUM

This advanced welding course provides an in-depth working knowledge of gas metal arc and gas tungsten arc welding. The course teaches the following topics: characteristics of aluminum alloys, gas tungsten arc welding, gas metal arc welding, and non-destructive testing.

WELDING STEEL

This advanced welding course provides an in-depth working knowledge of shielded metal arc welding. The following topics are covered: shielded metal arc welding of mild- and high-yield steel, non-destructive testing, and carbon arc gouging/cutting.

WHEEL VEHICLE REPAIR

Entry level, automotive support maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, diagnostic equipment, safety, maintenance discipline, troubleshooting, replacement, and adjustment to assemblies and components of engines (diesel multifuel) clutches, transmissions, axles, steering, wheel vehicle recovery operations, and soldier's manual orientation.

WINTER MOUNTAIN LEADER CR

Provides training to Officers and SNCO's to become more effective unit leaders and instructors as well as advisors and planners on a battalion staff level or higher during cold weather mountain operations. Students are taught classes in the planning of: winter warfare operations and training at the company and battalion levels, to include cold weather communications, mobility (ski and snow shoe), avalanche rescue techniques, ice breaching, ice climbing, cold weather medical evacuations, and cold weather training deployment exercises. The final field exercise highlights all winter warfare skills in a challenging extended exercise over snow covered mountainous terrain exceeding 11,000 feet in elevation.

WIRE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT RPR

Provide MOS training of skills and knowledge required to use alarms, indicators, built-in test equipment, external test equipment, technical publications, and trouble-shooting procedures to determine the cause, the extent, and the category of maintenance.

WORLDWIDE PORT SYSTEM

Operation of WPS hardware, software by automated cargo detachment and terminal transfer units including cargo documentation and accountability at a military ocean terminal.

WSO IFF (AT-38B) (6 FH)

Prerequisites: WSOs entering this course will be SUNT systems officer (SO) course graduates selected to attend operational fighter training courses. ECL 80 SR. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required.

WWMCCS DATA COMMUNICATIONS

Prerequisites: Personnel must have a minimum of 6 months of experience and possess a 5 skill level or equivalent in automatic data processing or telecommunications career fields. ECL 70 SA.

YN-A1-SCH

To provide the operating forces with personnel capable of performing job entry-level tasks, by providing organized and intensive training, enabling trainees to make practical application of concepts learned or knowledge gained for that required of a yeoman seaman apprentice.



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