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Diplomacy in Action

V. Course Descriptions--Part 2


Foreign Military Training: Joint Report to Congress, Fiscal Years 2005 and 2006
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
September 2006
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DAM CNTRL & FIREFIGHT TEAM

This course is designed to train students to act as team members in firefighting and damage control. Classroom instruction covers damage control equipment, procedures and principles, dewatering, post fire atmospheric testing, firefighting, fire science, repair kits, and investigation.

DAMAGE CONTROL A

This course teaches enlisted personnel to perform as junior petty officers at the job entry level in the Damage Controlman rating. The following topics are covered: woodworking, woodworking power tools, building maintenance, pipe fitting, ground tackle, sanitary systems, oxyacetylene cutting, oxyacetylene brazing, arc welding, firefighting, damage control, plumbing, watertight fitting maintenance, masonry, and chemical, biological and radiological defense.

DAMAGE CONTROL TEAM TRNG

Damage Control Team Training Course K-495-0046 is available for up to 60 students per day and composed ostensibly of organized and complete repair locker teams or complete inport emergency teams. One day training opportunity to prepare repair party, inport fire and rescue and assistance "Team" members to perform investigating, reporting, repair structure damage and to control or stop flooding. This will also provide superb refresher training for DCTT or ECCTT personnel.

DAMAGE CONTROLMAN CLASS A1

To provide the basic technical knowledge and skills required to prepare for shipboard assignment and advancement to the lower petty officer grades.

DAMAGE CONT REPAIR PARTY LDR

This course is designed to train personnel in paygrades E-5 and above in advanced damage control theory and techniques so that they may fill Repair Party Leader Billets in the shipboard damage control organization, to facilitate the proper management of repair party personnel in casualty situations under all shipboard readiness conditions.

DATA MANAGEMENT **FTD

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

DCLF REF MEA&CALIBR/35H30/

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

DD-963 HF COM SYSTEMS MT

To provide personnel that are trained to operate and maintain the DD-963 Class HF Communications System under normal and emergency conditions.

DECISION ANALYSIS

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the qualitative and quantitative methodologies which can be applied in conducting and decision risk analysis. Practical experience is gained through the use of actual studies.

DECN ANALYSIS FOR LOG

This course introduces concepts, analytical techniques, and applications of decision risk analysis to logistics problems. Topics covered include basic managerial statistics, data collection and preliminary data analysis, decision analysis, forecasting, etc.

DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES

Hands-on training in decontamination procedures and equipment, protective equipment, and detection procedures and equipment. Hands-on training at the CDTF simulation pads and toxic training in the CDTF training building.

DEF (REF) PKG OF HAZ MAT

The course reviews the regulations governing the packaging and certifying hazardous materials for all modes of transportation. It includes the reconsidering of requirements of 49 CFR Parts 107 and 172-178.

DEF ADV PRSV & PACKG

Subjects may include, but are not limited to, transportation, ESD packaging, environmental considerations, transportation of hazardous materials, Defense Packaging Policy Group activities, DOD packaging simplification and recent changes in specifications.

DEF BASIC PRSV & PACKG

Oriented toward Department of Defense Packaging Policies, Specifications and Standards, Cleaning and Drying, Preservation, Cushioning and Blocking, Packing for Shipment, Marking, Unit Pack Construction and Unitization of Cargo. Classroom and "hands-on" experience.

DEF INVENTORY MANAGEMENT

The curriculum concentrates on wholesale materiel management functions. The subjects covered range through the entire life cycle of materiel from the entry of new items into the DOD system to the disposal of excess materiel. Emphasis is placed on requirements planning and computation for the various categories of items, and the management of these items using such tools as financial management, standardization, modernization, and economic inventory principles. Four forecasting techniques are taught (exponential smoothing, trend analysis, 12-month and 24-month moving average) to provide the students an understanding of the forecasting techniques used in the Department of Defense. Mathematics, scientific techniques, and logistical terminology are presented to the degree required to provide a common basis for understanding requirements computation and inventory management. The application of management skills and practices, problem solving and decisionmaking techniques appear throughout the course, thereby emphasizing to the students their importance to management.

DEF JNT OIL ANAL/ATOM EMIS

Provides DoD personnel with a working knowledge in the principles, procedures, and operation of the atomic emission fluid analysis spectrometer. Provides training in the principles and evaluation techniques used in spectrometric analysis of used oils for wearmetal content. Provides knowledge required for successful spectrometric oil analysis laboratory operation on such subjects as oil analysis data automation, the correlation and certification program and the recommending of maintenance action based on analytical results.

DEF MARKING FOR SHPMT & ST

An overview of the DOD Logistic Systems; general and detailed marking requirements of MIL-STD-129; marking and labeling hazardous materials; and review, examination, and critique.

DEF PKG & UNITIZATION

The course describes Department of Defense packing policies, and shows how to construct, reinforce, weatherproof, cushion, and block and brace containers. The DOD Container Design Retrieval System program is discussed, along with marking and labeling.

DEF PKG DESIGN

This course addresses the following topics associated with packaging design: transportability, the natural environment, deterioration of materials, identifying item characteristics, the transportation environment packaging materials, environmental considerations, etc.

DEF PKG/HAZ MTLS FOR TRSP

The course provides training in the use of regulatory documents for the transportation of hazardous materials. The documents include those that regulate domestic commercial shipments, Code of Federal Regulations Title 49 (CFR 49), international air shipment, etc.

DEF PRSV & INTERM PROT

This course is oriented toward Department of Defense packaging policies; specifications; cleaning and drying; preservation; marking; economy in packing, packaging codes; unit containers; unit pack inspection; resources conservation. Classroom and "hands-on" experience.

DEF RES MGT CRS

To develop knowledge and understanding of the concepts, principles, processes, publications and techniques of Defense Management Systems (i.e., planning, programming, budgeting and related activities). Emphasis is placed on the analytical aspects of management, including requirements studies, systems analysis, cost-effectiveness and cost estimating and analysis. Students are not expected to become experts or technicians in the various disciplines and subjects including the curriculum, but merely to gain an orientation into the techniques of problem solving and decision making in the Department of Defense.

DEF REUT & MARKETING-BASIC

Presents the Defense Personal Property Reutilization and Marketing Program concepts with emphasis on the detailed mechanics of basic disposal operations to include the objectives, policies, and procedures.

DEF SEC ASST MGT/DISAM

This course is taught by METs from the Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management (DISAM) in Dayton, Ohio. 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 - Mobile Education Training).

DEF SEC ASST/MGT/DISAM/FE

Prerequisites: Executive level managers assigned to, or selected for, senior security assistance management positions should be nominated by their governments for attendance. Military personnel in the equivalent US grade of O-6 or above and civilians of comparable grades. ECL 80 or above is required. Requests for waiver of grade criteria will be individually considered.

DEF SENSOR INTERP APPL TNG

Provides training for Air Force and other DOD and US intelligence community personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform as accomplished imagery interpreters. Includes an introduction to military geography; introduction to US imagery reconnaissance; electromagnetic spectrum sensors titling data, exploitation support data and mensuration; signature blocks of instruction on electronics, offensive missiles, naval weapon systems, air forces, ground forces, air defense systems, strategic industries, and multi-sensor application and analysis.

DEF SPEC MGT

The course covers Department of Defense management concepts and policies involved in the development, preparation, and use of specifications and related documents; i.e., standards, non-Government documents, commercial item descriptions, and data item description.

DEFENSE ADV TRAFFIC MGT

Deals with traffic management positions. Provides further development for senior staff and supervisory personnel. Includes speakers from DoD, other federal agencies and commercial industry. Contemporary issues are discussed.

DEFENSE DATA MGT CRS (JT)

Prerequisites: Personnel assigned as data management officers, data managers, data specialists, and data assistants are given primary consideration for attending this course. (Essential in the career development of a fully qualified data manager.) Grade levels: All commissioned officers, master sergeant through chief master sergeant, and civilians GS-9 and above. (Requests for waiver of grade will be considered on an individual basis by the AFIT/LS Course Director) also, DOD contractor personnel involved in data management aspects of a DOD contract are authorized to attend this course on a space-available, paid-fee basis upon recommendation of their Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) and approval by AFIT/XPO. (See paragraph 1.51 of this catalog.) ECL 80.

DEFENSE DISTRIBUTION MGT

The management and operations of the defense distribution system are studied with particular emphasis given to the major depot functions of receiving, storing, packaging, physical inventory, shipping, transportation, resource management and controlling of materiel. The relationship of these functions to other logistic functions is considered in order to understand their interdependence. This course is offered in the satellite mode.

DEMOCRATIC SUSTAINMENT CRS

This course explores the role of the military within a democratic and constitutionally derived civilian controlled government. Information and theoretical discussions are fully based upon the shared principles and cultures of this hemisphere. Instruction consists of governmental operations, legal/military law, historical foundations of regional democracy, and religious influences in both cultures. Instruction will be presented in a variety of formats to include student papers and oral reports, guest lectures, liaison visits with city and county leaders, political groups, and public administrators. Instruction is presented at the post baccalaureate level with university credit applied for from the southern association of colleges

DENTAL ASST APR

Provides training for personnel to accomplish duties and responsibilities required to assist in basic dental treatment procedures.

DENTAL EXECUTV LDRSHIP CRS

Prerequisites: Limited to career or Air Reserve and ANG Forces dental officers, Lt Col or Col, serving at base, division, numbered Air Force, or MAJCOM dental facilities.

DENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS

Designed to provide information and guidance on how to implement current state of the art principles in preventive dentistry in the Navy's dental healthcare delivery system.

DENTAL LABORATORY APR

Provides fundamental instruction for procedures accomplished in Air Force dental laboratories. Includes training on complete denture fabrication, acrylic base reline and repair, fabrication of orthodontic appliances and specialized prostheses, removable partial denture fabrication, crown and fixed partial denture fabrication and dental ceramics.

DENTAL SPEC ADV- 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.

DENTAL SPECIALIST

Provides the student with the skills necessary to perform tasks required of a dental assistant in the examination, care and treatment of dental diseases and disorders. Subjects include preventive dentistry, dental records and equipment and basic dental techniques.

DENTAL-ENDODONTICS

Improve the practitioner's ability to provide better, faster, and safer endodontic diagnosis and treatment.

DEOMI

The mission of the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) located at Patrick AFB, Florida is to serve as the Defense Department's "center for excellence" in human relations and equal opportunity. Additionally, DEOMI's mission is to translate increased awareness of equal opportunity issues into improved leadership and enhanced mission readiness. Improves students' leadership and staff advisor skills by focusing on effective leadership, communication skills, cultural factors, and unit cohesion. Once a country's equal opportunity needs are known, DEOMI will develop a tailored and specialized training program to be conducted by a team of DEOMI facilitators. (EXPANDED IMET - Mobile Education Training).

DEPOT LVL HYD GUN DR UNIT

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.

DEPOT LVL SHOCK STRUT ASSY

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.

DESERT SURVIVAL TRAINING

Presents training in principles, procedures, equipment and techniques which enable individuals to survive and be rescued under desert conditions.

DEVELOPERS COURSE

Provides training to students in the design and development of instructional materials designed for use within the formal schools environment. This course includes instruction on the performance of learning analysis, target population assessment, preparation of effective test items, the writing of detailed outlines and student handouts, the selection of appropriate instructional methods and media, and the development of lesson validation plans.

DHMI HEALTH MGMT EXEC EDUC

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

DIESEL ENG C SCHOOL CORE

To provide training to designated strikers and personnel in the Engineman rating, paygrade E-3 and above, Machinist Mate (SS), paygrade E-5 and above, and Construction Mechanic, paygrade E-5 and above, prior to attending training on specific diesel engines. Each topic covered will be completed in accordance with official instructions, NAVSEA technical manuals and references, and the ship's Maintenance Material Management (3-M) system, for all conditions of ship readiness, in-port and underway.

DIESEL ENG CATERPILLAR3400

This is a mid-level course that teaches specific machinery and related systems.

DIESEL ENG INSP TRNG/CERT

PURPOSE: To provide personnel in the Engineman Rating, paygrade E-7 and above, and Machinist Mate (SS) (Auxiliary) paygrade E-7 and above with training and certification to perform Standardized Diesel Engine Inpections on various Diesel Engines used for Marine Propulsion or Diesel Generator Service.

DIESEL ENG OVHL/GEN SET

Use of tools, shop equipment, test equipment, and technical orders for generator set diesel engines. Operating principles and practical work in maintenance of diesel engine fuel systems, lubricating system, governor systems, intake and exhaust systems, cooling system, and engine start system. Engine disassembly, inspection, reassembly, and test. Maintenance of alternator, exciter, and switchgear. Operation and maintenance of gas turbine generator set. Practice in operating generator set and operating checks. Operation and maintenance of air compressors. General knowledge of high voltage safety and storage batteries.

DIESEL ENGINE GM 8-645-E2

This is a mid-level course that teaches specific machinery and related systems.

DIESEL ENGINE MAINT

Operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the diesel engine cooling, lubrication, air intake, and exhaust systems. Includes inspecting and testing system accessory components (turbochargers and blowers). Operation and troubleshooting of the diesel engine fuel system components includes disassembly, reassembly, inspection, servicing, and testing of injection pumps, injectors, governors, mechanical and hydraulic advance mechanisms, and emission control devices. Tune-up procedures include injection pump to engine timing and adjustments to governor (racks, hi-low idle speed circuits and buffer screws), valve lash clearance, crossheads, and injection pumps.

DIESEL FORKLIFT

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Support Equipment Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the maintenance requirements associated with Diesel Engine Driven Fork Lift Trucks, including operational checkout procedures, periodic maintenance requirements, troubleshooting procedures, use of publications, documentation of maintenance actions, proper use of tools and test equipment, and applicable safety precautions, to perform, under limited supervision, Intermediate Maintenance in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department working environment.

DIGIT COMP CP1308 E3 **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

DIGITAL AND ELECTRONIC TNG

To provide Sonar Technicians with entry-level knowledge and skills in electricity and electronics to support basic maintenance,

repair and troubleshooting of sonar equipment.

DIGITAL COMM SUB SYS

Operate and maintain, troubleshoot, and repair through the Direct Support (DS) maintenance level, the Digital Communications Subsystems (DCSS) to include: AN/FCC-98(V), AN/GSC-24(V), MD-1002/G, OM-73, GMF Standard Tactical Entry Point (STEP), etc.

DIGITAL SWITCHING NORTEL

Prerequisites: ECL 70 SA.

DIGITAL TERRAIN MODEL

DIGITAL TRAINING

This course is designed to prepare electronics personnel entering Electronic Warfare Equipment courses requiring application of digital logic and basic computer fundamentals.

DISAM MET - TLA ONLY

Not a course - MASLID created for financial purposes only.

DISAM-MTT

Teaches Foreign Military Sales (FMS) policies and procedures to foreign governments.

DISASTER PREP OFF (ARF I)

Prerequisites: Personnel from any career field with current or anticipated assignment to disaster preparedness duty. Must speak clearly and distinctly. Must be able to use protective field mask. ECL 70.

DISASTER PREP OFF (ARF II)

Prerequisites: Must have completed G3AQR24230 000 (ARF Phase I). ECL 70.

DISASTER PREPARED OFF/SPEC

To provide Navy officers knowledge and skills necessary to plan, develop, and administer the command's disaster preparedness program, including nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) defense. Provide for mutual assistance with civilian and other military authorities; evaluate potential and actual disasters; organize disaster preparedness functions and teams; supervise the command's control center; prepare and administer measures to cope with chemical, nuclear weapons, reactor, or radiological accidents and incidents; provide administrative and operational control over NBC teams. To provide enlisted personnel expertise to advise command on how to integrate into the normal command organization the functions necessary to prepare for, defend against, and recover from major accidents and natural and man-made disasters. Assist in the coordination with local civil authorities on chemical (NBC) warfare defense to include hazard awareness, individual protection, decontamination, and mission restoration. Perform organizational level maintenance on NBC defense equipment.

DISASTER PREPAREDNES OFF

Prerequisites: Lt through Lt Col or civilians of equivalent rank with current or anticipated assignment to DP as primary duty. ECL 70.

DIVER (MASTER) QUALS

To evaluate and select candidates for master diver.

DIVER EXPLOSIVE ORD DISP

Provide qualified non-diving personnel with the basic training necessary to safely and effectively perform as a dive team member and Scuba/MK-21 SSDS/MK-16 mixed-gas UBA diver in accordance with the U.S. Navy Diving Manual. Diving operations may be performed from surface or subsurface vessels, mobile units, detachments or other sea/shore installations as necessary.

DIVER FIRST CLASS

To train Divers Second Class to become Divers First Class, proficient in all areas of diving, hyperbaric chamber operations and underwater permanent repairs.

DIVER SCUBA

Purpose: To provide instruction in the operational use and maintenance of open circuit SCUBA and associated diving techniques.

DIVER SECOND CLASS

To provide basic instruction and training in air and SCUBA diving techniques, inspection, search and underwater repair procedures.

DIVING CASUALTY RECOG/TRT

The recognition and treatment of diving casualties course is designed to provide medical officers with the basic training necessary to safely and effectively perform as a medical advisor for hyperbaric treatments and to effectively evaluate divers and diver candidates prior to diving.

DIVING OFF MEDICAL DEPT

To provide Medical Officers with the training necessary to recognize pressure-related injuries, specify the type of treatment required for each, procure or recommend proper treatment. Such services are to be performed as part of the Medical Officer's assigned duties. This course is segmented to facilitate training Medical Officers destined for a variety of assignments. Three general types of assignments are described under SPECIAL INFORMATION below.

DIVING SALVAGE OFF

The course is designed to provide the basic diving officer (NOBC 9312) with the training necessary to plan and supervise salvage operations.

DIVING TECH DEEP SEA MED

To provide instruction and training in scuba and surface-supplied air diving techniques, inspection, search and underwater repair procedures and recognition and treatment of diving-related illnesses.

DLI ENGLISH LANGUAGE TECH

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

DME - 40

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.

DOCUMENTARY/ISD PHOTO

Prerequisites: Airmen: Minimum grade of A1C, E-3 with 1 year retainability; AFSC 5- or 7-level 3V0X2 or 3N0X1; must be fully qualified in actual camera operation; experience in information office photography desired. Civilian: Equivalent qualifications. Officers: Equivalent qualifications; AFSC 33XX or 35XX. Personnel are encouraged to bring personal 35mm camera equipment to course. One copy of student's orders must arrive at 3420 TCHTG/TTMZS, Lowry AFB CO 80230-5100, 10 days before class start date. ECL 70.

DOD IN-PLANT QUAL ASSUR

DP-DSP SYS MAINT E3A **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

DRAI MK9 MOD 4 DRT MK6 MT

To train students in the knowledge and skills required to maintain and repair the DRAI, MK 9 MOD 4/DRT MK 6 MOD 4B.

DRAWINGS DIMENS AND TOL

DRILL INSTRUCTOR USMC

The purpose of the course is to further develop the knowledge, physical condition, command presence, instructional skills, and leadership abilities of selected, noncommissioned and staff noncommissioned officers so that they will be able to successfully perform the duties of a drill instructor. The course provides instruction in leadership, standing operating procedures for recruit training, techniques of military instruction, marksmanship and individual weapons, individual combat skills, physical conditioning, close order drill, and general military subjects that include U.S. Marine Corps history, customs and courtesies, uniform regulations, first aid (to include cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification), sanitation and personal hygiene, and interior guard.

DRILL SERGEANT

The course will be designed to provide the candidate information and training techniques for subjects drill sergeants are required to teach in IET to include drill and ceremonies, physical fitness, and weapons training.

DRMI SEMINAR - 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.

DRUG/ALCOHOL COUNS SCOL

To provide in-depth training for full time drug and alcohol counselors able to do screenings, follow-on and other drug and alcohol counseling related duties.

E-3 AIR MSN SYS SPEC(AMSS)

Sanitized version of AF AWACS mission crew training syllabus, created specifically for Japan. (Airborne Mission Systems Specialists)

E-3 AIR SURV OFFICER

Trains air surveillance officers (ASO) to operate and manage E-3 system status and quality of surveillance sensors, tracking, TADIL-A operations, ECCM, and identification functions. The ASO works directly for the mission crew commander and supervises all surveillance activities. Training consists of academic, simulator, and flying training.

E-3 AIR SURV TECH

Trains air surveillance operators (ASOP) in detection, tracking, and identification. The ASOP is responsible to the air surveillance officer. Training consists of academic, simulator, and flying in E-3 aircraft.

E-3 AIR SURV TECH - JA

Sanitized version of AF AWACS mission crew training syllabus, created specifically for Japan. (Air Surveillance Technician)

E-3 AWACS SENIOR DIRECTOR

Trains mission ready weapons directors (WD) in the operational procedures to conduct the air battle and manage and coordinate all weapons director activities. Training consists of academics, simulators, and flying in the E-3 aircraft.

E-3 COMP DISP TECH - JA

Sanitized version of AF AWACS mission crew training syllabus, created specifically for Japan. (Computer Display Technician)

E-3 DATA PROC/DISPLAY**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

E-3 FLIGHT ENGINEER/80.0FH

Trains flight engineers in operating systems of the E-3 aircraft. Training consists of academic, simulator, cockpit familiarization training, and flying in E-3 aircraft.

E-3 MISSION CREW CDR-JA

Trains mission crew commanders in the operational procedures for command, control, surveillance, communications/electronic management and functional responsibilities of the mission crew on the E-3 aircraft. Training consists of academic, simulator and flying training.

E-3 MISSION CREW CMDR

Trains mission crew commanders in the operational procedures for command, control, surveillance, communications/electronic management and functional responsibilities of the mission crew on the E-3 aircraft. Training consists of academic, simulator and flying training.

E-3 NAVIGATOR

Trains navigators in procedures and techniques of operating navigational systems of the E-3 aircraft for assignment to airborne warning and control units. Training consists of academics, procedures trainer, and flying in E-3 aircraft.

E-3 PILOT

Trains pilots and copilots in the procedures and techniques of operating E-3A aircraft in preparation for assignment to airborne warning and control units. Training consists of academics, simulators, and flying in Boeing 707 and E-3 aircraft.

E-3 WEAPONS DIRECTOR

Trains weapons directors in the operation of console functions and with operational procedures for the control and regulation of airborne assets on assigned missions. Provides management necessary for the employment of all aircraft under E-3 control within area of responsibility. Training consists of academic, simulator, and flying training.

E-3 WEAPONS DIRECTOR - JA

Sanitized version of AF AWACS mission crew training syllabus, created specifically for Japan.

E/N AV OH-58 TK (IERW)-DENM

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N AVIATOR OH-58 TRK (IER

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N AVR (COMM CORE) IERW

Provide the student with basic rotary wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N AVR OH-58 TK (IERW)-NE

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N AVR OH-58 TRK - ITALY

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N OH-58 TRK-TRANS-DENMAR

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N OH-58 TRK-TRANS-ITALY

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N OH-58 TRK-TRANS-NETHER

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N OH-58 TRK-TRANS-NORWAY

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E/N ON-58 TRK-TRANS-GERMAN

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

E2-C OPER FLT TRAINER

To provide safe and effective training for E2-C personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of E2 flight crew.

E2C WPNS SYS OPR TRAINER

To provide safe and effective training for E2-C personnel in skills and techniques required for performance as qualified members of E2 flight crew.

E2C OFT SIMULATOR TRAINING

To train newly assigned pilots or to provide refresher training for qualified P-3 Aviators in the proper operation, troubleshooting of the cockpit flight panel during simulated flight operations.

E2C REPLMT PILOT CAT 1

To train E-2C Category 1 Replacement Pilots in skills and techniques required for performance as a pilot qualified in model.

E3 ABN COMP SYS SPECL

Prerequisites: ECL 80 SR.

E3 AN/APY-1/-2 RCVR GP*FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

E3 AN/APY-1/-2 SIG GP**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

E3 AN/APY-1/-2 TRANSM**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

E3 AVI NAV AIDS JRNYMN

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

E3 BASIC GDNCE & CNTL**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

E3 COMM SYS CRFTMN O/M FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

EA C-1 ADV

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

EDUCATION & TNG APPRENTICE

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

EGRESS SYSTEM/ *

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

ELEC COMP/SW SYS SPECL

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

ELEC ENGR FOR SUPV

Prerequisites: JOB: Assigned at base level as a BCE, deputy BCE, chief of operations, deputy chief of operations, chief, maintenance engineering, chief of engineering, or RED HORSE officer; assigned as a headquarters or base level project manager responsible for the management of design, construction, maintenance, or utility operation programs. GRADE: No limitations. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in architecture or engineering, excluding electrical engineering. WAIVER REQUESTS: Attendance by electrical engineers will be considered for waiver on a case-by-case basis with job history being the primary factor in the evaluation.

ELEC ENGR/GRAD-OPTNS AVAIL

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ELEC FUNDAMENTALS/BASIC TV

The Equipment phase provides basic television systems instruction to include: fundamentals of television equipment; use of test equipment; repair of monitors and receivers, television cameras, video tape recorders, audio systems, etc.

ELEC MAINT OF HYDROSUREQPT

ELECT COMP & SW SYS (ABRN)

Prerequisites: ECL 80 SR.

ELECTRIC DISTR SYS MAINT

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E051, 3E071, or civilian equivalent. Upon arrival for training, the students must be able to climb wooden poles, using gaffs, to a height of 40 feet and work safely from that height. Military personnel must be on their second enlistment. Personnel in retraining must be on their second enlistment, with a minimum of 6 months of experience after being awarded their 5-level AFSC. Graduates of courses J2ASR54251-10, J3AZR54251 001, and J3AZR54250 008 should not attend this course. International students should possess a working knowledge of overhead systems and ECL 70.

ELECTRIC MOTOR REWIND

To provide necessary training on the specific equipment or skill described.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

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

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT REPMN

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

ELECTRICAL SYS APPR (MRT)

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

ELECTRICAL ENGRG (PHD)

Prerequisites: Master's degree in electrical engineering. Completion of the aptitude test of the GRE is required.

ELECTRICIAN

Combat engineer training (CET), MOS specific training, and field training exercise (FTX). The focus of CET is on camouflage, mine/countermine, demolition, basic combat construction, and rigging.

ELECTRICIAN BASIC

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

ELECTRICIAN"S MATE EM "A"

To provide Naval personnel (E1 through E4) with the technical knowledge and skill necessary to operate and maintain, at the organizational level, shipboard electrical systems, including lighting distribution, small craft starting and charging systems, galley electrical cooking equipment, and the shipboard electrical safety program, esp. portable electrical tools. The training afforded a graduate will allow he/she, under the direct supervision of a senior Electricians Mate (EM), to operate and maintain the shipboard electrical system regardless of location, and under all conditions of readiness.

ELECTRICIAN/*

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.

ELECTRICIANS MATE A

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

ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTM MGT

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

ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS

Provide students with the apprentice-level training in electronic principles prerequisite for subsequent training in aircraft and ground communications/ navigation equipment and avionics instrument systems. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

ELECTRONIC JOURNALISM

Emphasis of training is placed on Electronic Journalism (EJ) principles and techniques needed to produce television news and feature assignments. Students will learn writing for EJ, voice-over and stand-up reporting, EJ news coverage, etc.

ELECTRONIC MAINT BNCOC

This course contains Common Leader Training , Computer Literacy, Logistics, Management, Field Training Exercise, Administrative Procedures, and System Knowledge and Skills required for the training and supervision of Electronic Maintenance shop facilities.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel for AFSC 2E632. Includes safety, first aid, DC principles, and AC principles. A training day for this course constitutes a 6-hour day plus 2 hours of supervised study. Training is tailored to the prerequisites of the follow-on course (J3ABR2E632-004).

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES

Basic principles-oriented course in the fundamentals of electronics. Training includes a study of direct and alternating current with emphasis on circuit application; the principles of resistance, inductance, and capacitance and use within electrical circuits; the principles of circuit application of solid state devices, waveshaping circuits, digital logic and electron tubes; principles involved in transmitting and receiving radio waves and block diagram analysis of circuits used; principles of microprocessor control; and computer principles and circuits. Hands-on training, using electronic test equipment is provided as students perform laboratory exercises to learn techniques used in fault isolation and troubleshooting of electronic equipment.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES (LTC)

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel for AFSC 4A231. Training includes safety and first aid, DC principles, AC principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits, computer principles, microprocessors, and soldering. A training day for this course constitutes a 6-hour day plus 2 hours of supervised study. Training is tailored to the prerequisites of the follow-on course (J3ABR4A231-001).

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES (LTC)

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel for AFSC 2E631. Includes safety and first aid, DC principles, and AC principles. A training day for this course constitutes a 6-hour day plus 2 hours of supervised study. Training is tailored to the prerequisites of the follow-on course (J3ABR2E631-001).

ELECTRONIC RPR AN/AVS-6

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.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE

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

ELECTRONICS ADV ANALOG

The purpose of this course is to train Electrician's, pay grades E-4 through E-9, in analog electronics technology. The course will cover instruction in AC and DC circuit analysis, and the use of digital multi-meters, oscilloscopes, function generators, discrete semiconductor devices, power supplies, filter networks, transistor power amplifiers, operational amplifiers, special application semiconductor devices, and electronic applications. The lab phase of each unit will enable the student to test, run, and troubleshoot various electronic circuits with all the latest test equipment, electronic components, and lab manuals. The course is in line with the most up to date college courses and text, keeping up with the newest Coast Guard developments.

ELECTRONICS ADV DIGITAL

This course trains Electricians, pay grades E-5 through E-9, in digital electronics technology. The course will cover instruction in digital applications such as operating oscilloscopes; constructing operational amplifier circuits and digital logic gates; performing calculations in binary, octal, and hexadecimal operations; and introduction to Boolean algebra, logic functions, flip-flops, counters, shift register, transducers, system interfacing, memories, and programmable logic devices. The lab phase of each unit will enable each student to be introduced to microprocessor-based systems. Each student will program, run, and troubleshoot a microprocessor to the component level.

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN A

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

EM SURF SHIP ELEC ADV MT

To provide Electrician's Mates, in paygrades (E5 through E7) with the knowledge and skills required to operate, troubleshoot and perform organizational level corrective maintenance on electrical and electronic equipment and systems. The skills acquired will be used, under limited supervision, onboard naval vessels for all conditions of readiness.

EMERG POWER UNIT & HYD FAM

Field training courses that personnel modify to acquaint field personnel with specific weapon systems and subsystems.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH

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

EN AV UH-1 TRK (IERW)-NETH

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

EN AVIATOR (COMM CORE)IERW

Provide the student with basic rotary wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

EN AVIATOR (COMM CORE)IERW

Provide the student with basic rotary wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

EN AVIATOR (COMM CORE)IERW

Provide the student with basic rotary wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

EN AVIATOR (COMM CORE)IERW

Provide the student with basic rotary wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

ENG EQUIP RPR TECH WO BASI

Supervises the repair of engineer construction equipment, armored track vehicles, power generation equipment. welding and machine shop operations, maintenance management, and supply management.

ENGINE TECHNICIAN APPR CRS

Course Objective - This course teaches the student to remove, install, disassemble, inspect, repair, assemble, and service turbojet and Turboshaft engines. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

ENGINEER OFF CPT CAREER

Primary emphasis of training is placed on teaching the student MQS II skills and knowledge needed to be an effective BC 21 engineer officer. Completion of the tactics and engineering phases provided a Military Education Level 6 qualification.

ENGINEER OFFICER BASIC

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

ENGINEERING ASST SPECL

Prerequisites: Successful completion of algebra I, trigonometry, and plane geometry are mandatory. ECL 70.

ENGINEERING ASST TECHN

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E551/71/91 on second or subsequent enlistment. Civilians should have equivalent qualifications. Personnel not currently performing surveying tasks cannot expect to complete this course without a math review before attending. ECL 70.

ENGINEERING COMMON CORE

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

ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL COR

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

ENGINEERING MECH CORE

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

ENGINEMAN A EN4YO

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

ENGLISH LANG TNG DET

Assists in the operation or establishment of in-country English Language Training Programs - Instructional, Advisory, and Managerial.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE CRSE

English Language Course

ENGLISH LANGUAGE SURVEY

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

ENGR ENVIRON PLAN MGTMT

Prerequisites: JOB: Engineering flight leader. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-11 minimum. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree. ECL 80.

ENGRG EQUIP OFF USMC

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

ENGRG MT PRINCS AND PRACS

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

ENGRG MT PRINCS AND PRACS

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

ENJJPT IFF (AT-38B) (17FH)

Introduces NATO pilots to fundamental fighter techniques and procedures. Designed as a fighter transition course between ENJJPT and follow-on fighter training. It is not a stand-alone fighter qualification course. Graduates will be qualified to attend NATO nation fighter training courses. Approximately 17 flying hours.

ENLISTED SUPPLY BASIC

Provides entry level instruction in supply administration and operations. This course will develop the basic technical skills required of supply clerks filling supply administration and operations billets in either mechanized or manual supply accounts. Instruction focuses on the functions performed within the Fleet Marine Force (FMF) using unit supply account, including instruction on the SASSY/ATLASS functions performed within the mechanized supply accounts. Instruction includes the use of publications and directives for technical research.

ENLISTED TRAINING MGT

Comprehensive training in planning, conducting and evaluating individual and collective training. Students are introduced to the use of wargames as instructional aids.

ENT SPECIALIST

Phase 1 (6 weeks): covers anatomy and physiology of ear, nose and throat (ENT) pathological conditions; ENT equipment; diagnostic and audiometric testing; hearing conservation; sterilization; pharmacology; assisting medical doctors; administration; minor procedures.

ENTRY LVL SM COMPTR SYS/SP

Provides entry-level personnel with the knowledge and skills required to install, operate and maintain workstations in a network environment. This course assumes no previous data processing experience. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to commercial and tactical microcomputer systems used by the Marine Corps. The following microcomputer related subjects are covered: architectures, operating systems, systems utilities, graphical user interfaces, integrated software, communications software, presentation graphics software, terminal emulation, troubleshooting, Banyan VINES basic administration to include single server local area networks, local area network troubleshooting and tactical data communications.

ENV CONSID IN INFRA-STRUCT

Basic Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations (32 hours), Designed for individuals who have little or no previous experience in wastewater treatment plant operations. Upon completion of training, students will have an understanding of basic wastewater treatment.

ENV TECH TNG INST SPT PERS

Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor (40 hours). Provides training for personnel who must be accredited as a contractor/supervisor under 40 CFR 763.121(e)(6) and supervise any of the following activities concerning friable asbestos containing building materials.

ENVIR CNTRL SYS DIFF*DET12

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

ENVIRN COMPLIANCE ASSESMNT

Prerequisites: A member of the active duty or civilian work force in an area that has an environmental responsibility (e.g., fuels, supply, maintenance, CE, corrosion control, legal, etc.). In addition, a person who is eligible to be tasked to serve on an ECAMP assessment team. ECL 80.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM MGT

This course provides the following areas of training relating to Natural Resource Management: COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND RESPONSE (80 HOURS), Highly intensive annex provides comprehensive training in hazardous waste handling management.

ENVIRONMNTL MGT APPLICATNS

Prerequisites: Job: Flight leaders only. ECL 80.

ENVIRONMNTL RESTOR PROJECT

Prerequisites: JOB: Personnel responsible for managing environmental restoration projects. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-7 minimum. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, or other appropriate field. OTHER: Personnel must have a minimum of 3 months of experience in a section responsible for some aspect of environmental remediation. ECL 80.

EO A SCOL

To provide basic technical knowledge and practical skill in preparation for immediate usefulness as an Equipment Operator.

EO C-1 ADV

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

EOD MXGAS DIV U/W B/P

Provide training in the MK-16 closed circuit, mixed gas, underwater breathing apparatus.

EQUAL OPP STAFF ADVISOR

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

EQUAL OPPOR. PROG MGR

Subject areas address individual, group, and organizational behavior, equal opportunity management skills, instructor skills; the study of discrimination based upon racial, sexual, religious, and ethnic differences on individual, institutional and cultural levels; the study of cultural, historical, and socio-psychological perspectives as well as contemporary status of American minority groups; equal opportunity programs and procedures of the military services.

EQUAL OPPORT STAFF ADV OJT

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

ESCORT OFFICER

ET A COMM STRAND

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

ET A RADAR STRAND

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

ETSS - ACFT FT

Extended Training Service Specialists - ACFT FT

ETSS - ADMIN FT

ETSS - COMM FT

ETSS - LOG FT

Extended Training Service Specialists - LOG FT

ETSS - MAINT FT

ETSS - MISSILE FT

ETSS - OPNS FT

Extended Training Service Specialists -OPNS FT

ETSS - OTHER FT

ETSS - PROF FT

ETSS LIVING EXPENSES

Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS PCS COSTS

Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS PREDEPLOYMENT COSTS

Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS PREDEPLOYMENT PREP

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

ETSS SALARY COSTS

Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

ETSS STRIP/FAAS COSTS

Not a valid course - MASL created for budgeting purposes.

EURO-NATO AVR OH-58 TRK-NO

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary wing flight maneuvers.

EURO-NATO JET PLT TNG

Qualifies nonrated NATO officers and NCOs to perform duties and responsibilities of rated pilots. Trains student pilots toward award of aircrew rating of pilot, capable of advancing to specialized flying training courses. Air Force graduates qualified to fly Air Force jet aircraft with minimal transition and normally proceed to advanced flying training course. Graduates also have desirable professional skills and knowledge required of junior Air Force officers. Approximately 260 flying hours, 300 academic hours, and 190 officer training hours.

EVASIVE DRIV FOR GEN OFF

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

EW ELTECH

To prepare students in the knowledge and skills of basic electronic theory and electronic maintenance fundamentals for entry into advanced electronic schooling.

EW SUPPORT SYSTEM

To provide Electronic Warfare Technicians (E1-E6) with training in the proper use of General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment. Training will include operation of the oscilloscope, function/pulse generators, signal generators, frequency counters, power meters, differential volt meters, and automatic test equipment. Completion of this course prepares Electronic Warfare Operators for entry into an Electronic Warfare Maintenance course.

EW SYSTEMS APPRENTICE

Principles-centered training in the operation, maintenance, and repair of electronic warfare systems to include performance testing, adjustments, and use of common and specialized test equipment. Includes theory and application of electronic principles, digital principles, logic analysis, shop procedures, system testing, maintenance management, and Air Force technical order system. Also includes an introduction to computer logic, computer circuits, microcomputer familiarization, and transmitter and receiver principles. The last 22 days of the course consist of Pod system analysis and is AN/ALQ-184 specific.

EW TECH AN/WLR-1H(V)3 MT

The course is designed to provide skills and knowledge required to operate, analyze failures, troubleshoot, repair and align the AN/WLR-1H(V)3/5 at the organizational level; program the AN/SLA-10B and the AN/SSQ-82(V), perform preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance on associated antennas and other peripheral equipment, and identify all safety precautions peculiar to the AN/WLR-1H(V)3/5 systems and the AN/SSQ-82(V) MUTE system.

EW TECHNICIAN WRL-1H OPS

Provide shipboard familiarization with procedures to operate, energize, intercept signals and deenergize the AN/WLR-1H(V).

EW/SIGINT ANALYST BNCOC

Army writing program; military leadership; personal and performance counseling; duties, responsibilities, and authority of NCOs; leadership assessment and development; NBC; physical fitness training; marksmanship training; drill and ceremonies.

EWO STAFF OFFICER (SATP)

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

EWO TNG (CANADA)

Prerequisites: Officers of the Canadian Armed Forces. ECL 80 SR.

EXEC & FIELD GRADE LEV LOG

EXEC ADM ASST/ADM SP BNCOC

Advanced skills in correspondence preparation, editing, files management, administrative procedures, office management, leadership, marksmanship and war-fighting skills.

EXEC PRGM IN CIV-MIL REL

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

EXECUTIVE ADMIN ASSISTANT

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

EXECUTIVE QUALITY PROGRAM

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

EXPED TRN RELIGIOUS PROGSP

Provides training to prepare Religious Program Specialists (RPS) for duty with the U.S. Marine Corps. The scope of the course is to provide RPS with the knowledge and skills to efficiently provide Chaplain's support in an expeditionary environment.

EXPED TRNG FOR CHAPLAINS

Provides training to Chaplains in skills necessary for competent performance of ministry in expeditionary environments. The course includes instruction in ministry skills such as; develop a Command Religious Program for a combat environment, provide ministry in a combat environment, provide ministry in Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW), to include humanitarian operations and non-combatant evacuation operations, provide ministry to enemy prisoners of war, civilian detainees and detained personnel, coordinate liaison with Chaplain's sections in the area of operations, coordinate faith group specific coverage in areas of operations, conduct field worship, conduct a military ceremony for temporary internment, provide pastoral care in a mass casualty situation, provide pastoral care to Marines/sailors with combat stress and provide pastoral counseling in combat and Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW).

EXPED WARFARE STAFF PLNG

To train Marine Corps and Naval officers and staff non-commissioned officers/senior petty officers in the knowledge and skills required in the operational planning and employment of Marine Air-Ground Task Forces (MAGTFs) as part of Naval Expeditionary Forces (NEFs) participating in expeditionary operations. This course focuses on the planning tasks performed by officers assigned to the various staff sections of the CVBG (BATGRU), ARG, MAGTF, and MAGTF major subordinate elements (MSEs).

EXPERIMENTAL TEST PLT CRS

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

EXPL SAFETY FOR DEF CONTRC

This course provides the student an understanding of the technical safety standards, procedures and safe practices required for ammunition and explosives. The course focuses on the application of requirements in the DOD Contractors Safety Manual for Ammunition.

EXPLO SFTY FOR NAV FAC PLN

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

EXT TRNG SERVICE SPEC

To provide field instruction in-country on specific items of equipment via an Extended Training Service Specialists (ETSS).

EXT TRNG SERVICE SPEC

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

EXTRAORDINARY EXPENSES

EYE SPECIALIST

Phase 1 (6 weeks): Provides a working knowledge of subjects necessary to provide full assistance to ophthalmologists and optometrists in military eye clinics. Didactic study includes: terminology, anatomy and physiology of the eye, pathological conditions.

F-15 PILOT TNG-IS

Description unavailable

F-15E FIRE CONTROL **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F-16 ACES II EJECTION SEAT

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

F-16 BLUEPRINT TRACKING

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

F-16 CONTROLLER OVERHAUL*

Field training courses modified to acquaint field personnel with specific weapon systems and subsystems.

F-16 EJECT. SEAT/CANOPY

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

F-16 ENVIRON CONTROL SYS

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

F-16 FUEL SYS TECH

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

F-16 GENERATOR OVERHAUL*

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.

F-16 INTEG AVIONIC SYS*FTD

Provides training on the basic facts and principles of the F-16 integrated avionics systems.

F-16 LANDING GEAR-KS

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.

F-16 MIDAS TECH ORDER SYS

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

F-16A/B BASIC TAC TNG (EPG)

Provides academic and flying training required for basic tactical qualification in the F-16 A/B for EPG pilots.

F-16C ADV WPS & TACTICS

Must be a current F-16 C Pilot. Pilots must have total 500 hrs flight time and 300 hours must be in the F16C. Current maintainer as unit 4-ship flight lead with 30 hours within the last 90 days, 10 sorties within last 30 days, 1 within the last 14 days prior to class start date at Tucson. Must be USAF F-16C instrument check qualified or take D117111, Instrument Refresher/Qual Course. Course is for experienced pilots only. A "new" pilot to F-16 can't go through pipeline at ANG and end up with this course. They would have to take F-16C Basic or F-16C Conversion, go back to country to get 300 hrs experience, and then come back.

F-16C BASIC TACTICAL-FMS

Provides academic and flying training required for basic tactical qualification in the F-16 C/D aircraft. Students will be qualified in air-to-air and air-to-ground employment of the F-16 C/D.

F-16C/D TRANSITION COURSE

Provides academic and flying training required to convert pilots from the F-16 A/B to the F16 C/D.

F-4 FGAF FWIC-AC (49.6FH)

Annually trains one qualified instructor pilot and one weapon system officer on PCS/PCA assignment to the GAF FWIC as instructors in all phases of F-4 weapons employment. Graduates are qualified tactical fighter weapons instructors capable of implementing, conducting and supervising weapons training programs within their units up to and including division level. Commanders are responsible for ensuring graduates are used as instructors or supervisors in weapons training programs for a minimum of 3 years after graduation. Flying hours: 49.6/49.5.

F-4 GAF B CRS-AC (65.7FH)

Not a valid training course - MASL created for administrative tracking and billing purposes only.

F-4 GAF B CRS-WSO/46.3 FH

Not a valid training course - MASL created for administrative tracking and billing purposes only.

F-4 GAF FWIC-WSO (49.5FH)

Not a valid training course - MASL created for administrative tracking and billing purposes only.

F-5E/F ACFT PNEUDRAUL TECH

Prerequisites: 1. Physical condition: normal color vision, normal hearing, normal manual dexterity. 2. Successful completion of the Aircraft Pneudraulics Course (MASL D141247) or two years of practical experience. 3. Uniforms: Utility uniform, battle dress uniform or equivalent, is required.

F-5E/F AIRCRAFT TECHNICIAN

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

F-5E/F AVNS COMM/NAV SYS

Prerequisites: 1. Physical: normal color vision. 2. Successful completion of the Avionics Communication/Navigation Systems Course, or equivalent, and two years of flight line experience is recommended. 3. Entrance examination results: General aptitude - minimum raw score of 20. Mathematics -minimum raw score of 25. Mechanical - minimum raw score of 20. 4. Non-conductive plastic frames are mandatory for students who wear glasses.

F-5E/F AVNS INSTR SYS

Course Summary - This course is for Avionics Instrument System specialists who lack experience on the F-5 E/F aircraft. The student will learn ground safety procedures applicable to the aircraft; flight lie maintenance for the engine instrument system; flight instrument system to include the Central Air Data Computer (CADC) and the Attitude Heading Reference (AHRS); fuel quantity indicating system, stability augmentation system (SAS); and various position and temperature indicating system; lead computing optical sight (LCOSS) and various versions of the fire control radar. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

F-5E/F EGRESS SYS TECHN

Course Summary - This course teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to perform aircrew egress system maintenance on the F-5 E/F aircraft. Training includes egress systems safetying: familiarization of egress system components; sequence; disarming ejection seats; removal, inspection and installation of all ballistic and non-ballistic components; operational check of ejection control assembly; removal and installation of forward and aft ejection seat adjustment actuators; removal, inspection and installation of cockpit escape system ballistic hose flow and an aircrew egress system final inspection. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

F-5E/F ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Course Summary - This course is organized in two blocks of instruction consisting of 120 academic hours (30 academic days). It will consist of ground safety, egress, a/c. power system, d/c. power system, lighting system, fire warning system, flight control system, landing gear system, start and ignition system, fuel system, nose wheel steering system and miscellaneous system. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

F-5E/F J85-21 ENGINE TECHN

Discontinued course

F/A-18 AVIA HYD/STRUC MT C

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Hydraulic/Structural Mechanic will have sufficient knowledge of the Hydraulic Power System, Aircraft Structures, Aircraft Fuel, Landing Gear and related systems, and Flight Control Systems of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, Ground Support Equipment (GSE), applicable publications, and safety precautions, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 AVIA HYD/STRUT MT I

Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Hydraulic/Structural Mechanic will have sufficient knowledge of the Hydraulic Power System, Aircraft Structures, Aircraft Fuel, Landing Gear and related systems, and Flight Control Systems of the F/A-18 aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, ground support equipment (GSE), applicable publications, and safety precautions, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 CONV REL SYS TEST

To train personnel in the proper procedures, publications, special tools and test equipment necessary to perform safe and reliable conventional release system checks.

F/A-18 CONV WPNS LOADING

To train enlisted personnel to inspect, load/download, and arm/dearm all conventional weapons carried on the F/A-18 aircraft.

F/A-18 ELEC INST ORG MT C

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians Mates (AE) will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Electrical and Instrument Systems of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, ground support equipment (GSE), publications and safety precautions to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 ELEC INST ORG MT I

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electricians Mates (AE) will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Electrical and Instruments Systems of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, Ground Support Equipment (GSE), publications and safety precautions to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 ENV CNTRLS ORG MT I

Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment) will have sufficient knowledge in the Organizational Maintenance of the Environmental Control Systems, SJU-5/A and 6/A Ejection Seat, Canopy, SJU-17(V)1/A and 2/A Naval Aircrew Common Ejection Seat (NACES) and the Emergency Escape Sequencing of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, Support Equipment (SE), publications, and safety precautions, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 ENV CONTRL ORG MT C

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Structural Mechanic (safety equipment) will have sufficient knowledge in the Organizational Maintenance of the Environmental Control Systems, SJU-5/A and 6/A Ejection Seat, Canopy, SJU-17(V)1/A and 2/A Naval Aircrew Common Ejection Seat (NACES) and the Emergency Escape Sequencing of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, Support Equipment (SE), publications, and safety precautions, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 NON DESIGN AIRMAN

Upon completion of this course, the Non-Designated Airman will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including General Aircraft Information, Flight Line Operations, Aircraft handling Procedures, and Flight Deck Familiarization, to perform under supervision, Plane Captain duties on the F/A-28 aircraft, in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 ORG MAINT SUPV FAM

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, maintenance managers will have sufficient knowledge of the F/A-18 Aircraft systems, to supervise production in an F/A-18 squadron working environment.

F/A-18 PP/REL SYS ORG MT C

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, U.S. Navy and Marine Corps jet engine mechanics will have sufficient knowledge to operate and perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance on the F/A-18 Aircraft Fuel System, Secondary Power System, and Engine System, including the applicable test equipment and Support Equipment (SE), in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 PP/REL SYS ORG MT I

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates and/or the Marine Corps equivalent will have sufficient knowledge to operate and perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance on the F/A-18 Aircraft Fuel System, Secondary Power System, and Engine System, including the applicable test equipment and Support Equipment (SE), in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 STORES M/SYS ORG I

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordnancemen or Marine equivalent, will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Stores Management and Weapon Delivery Systems of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including applicable test equipment, ground support equipment (GSE), publications and safety precautions, to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance and testing and troubleshooting in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 STRS MGMT SYS ORG C

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordnancemen or Marine equivalent, will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Stores Management and Weapon Delivery Systems of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including applicable test equipment, Ground Support Equipment (GSE), publications and safety precautions, to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance and testing and troubleshooting in the squadron working environment.

F/A-18 TAR/FLIR

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including operation, testing, troubleshooting, and repair procedure, to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance on the F/A-18 Forward Looking Infrared/Laser Systems in the squadron environment.

F/A-18 WIRE REP ORG MAINT

Upon completion of this course, organizational level technicians will have the skills and knowledge necessary to perform wire and electrical connector repair on assigned F/A-18 electrical components, under minimal supervision, to include knowledge of the Tektronix 1502-4, Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR), test set, in an organizational working environment.

F15 ACFT MAINT ORIENT**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F15 TAC ACFT MAINT SPECL

Prerequisites: ECL 70.

F15E MAIN/CANOPY RIG **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 ACFT ARMAMENT SYS SPEC

Prerequisites: ECL 70 SR.

F16 ACFT MAINT APR, (MRT)

The AFSC 2A333B will be awarded after completion of this course and completion of course J3ABP2A333B-002, Fighter Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice (F-16), at Luke AFB AZ. Training includes 26 days of aircraft maintenance fundamentals and-73 days of weapon system familiarization and hands-on training with aircraft systems such as egress, airframe, electrical, utility, pneudraulic, landing gear, flight controls, fuel, and engine. Training also includes such items as career progression, security, maintenance management, maintenance documentation, aircraft and flight line safety (AFOSH), handtools and hardware, technical orders, aircraft support equipment, aircraft ground handling, corrosion identification, and inspections. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes.

F16 ADV CREW CHIEF **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 ARM MAINT -EMS/AME*FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 ARMAMENT SYS (SATP)

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

F16 AVI SYS SPECL COMM/NAV

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 AVN INSTR/FLT CNTL SYS

Basic electronic training, to include alternating current and direct current circuits, theory of operation, and calculations; devices include resistors, capacitors, inductors, relays, transformers, motors, generators, transducers, and synchros/servos. Solid-state circuits, theory of operation and calculations; devices include diodes, bi-polar junction transistors, special purpose devices (LEDs, LCDs, UJTs, JFETs, MOSFETs, SCRs, Zener and Tunnel diodes). Cathode-ray tube (CRT) theory of operation. Power supply, filter and regulator circuit theory of operation. Microwave circuit theory of operation; devices include transmission lines, waveguides, oscillators, amplifiers, resonant cavities, transmitters, receivers, and antennas. Digital circuit theory of operation and calculations to include logic function gates, Boolean equations, computer principles, memory, and peripheral devices. Soldering techniques. Systems training includes theory of operation, signal and data flow, operational/BIT checks, fault isolation, and line replaceable unit removal and installation of the memory loader verifier, engine indicating systems, hydraulic indicating system, standby indicators, FLCS seat data recording system, fuel quantity indicating system, pitot static system instruments, central air data computer system, leading edge flap system, hydraulic test stand, and flight control system. Additional training provides an introduction to aircraft maintenance, general maintenance procedures, aircraft and avionics familiarization, aerospace ground equipment, aircraft wiring maintenance, and common tool usage.

F16 BATTERY COMP. OVERHAUL

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.

F16 INTGTD AVI & DGTL**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 PROPUL TECHN-F110**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 TAC ACFT MAINT **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16 TAC ACFT MNTS/PNEU*FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16A ADV WPNS COURSE

Provides academic and flying required to train qualified F-16 pilots as four-ship leads. The course provides additional flight experience necessary to prepare a pilot for more advanced training such as the instructor course.

F16A BASIC TACT TNG (FMS)

This course provides a basic, inexperienced pilot with initial F-16 qualification and produces mission capable F-16 pilots who are proficient in air-to-air and air-to-surface mission tasks. It is an appropriate course for pilots with limited fighter experience or pilots who have not been flying for an extended period.

F16A BASIC TACT TNG (NATO)

Prerequisites: a. Graduation from an approved military pilot training course. b. Centrifuge training. c. High altitude physiology training certification will not expire prior to completion of training. d. Jet fighter landing current within 30 days of arrival for training in US. e. ECL 85, SET required; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required.

F16A CONVERSION COURSE

F16A FLT LEAD UPG

Prerequisites: a. Currency in F-16. b. Centrifuge training. c. High altitude physiology training certification will not expire prior to completion of training. d. F-16 landing current within 30 days of arrival for training in US. e. ECL 85, SET required; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required.

F16A INSTRUCT PLT UPG

Provides academic and flying training required to become and F-16A/B/ instructor pilot.

F16A INSTRUMENT/REQUAL TNG

Provides initial qualification training for international students who are current in the F-16A/B but do not have a current US instrument check

F16A INTL BASIC (A/A ONLY)

Track 1a provides academic instruction for F-16A/B (Blk 10 or Blk 15) pilots on the F-16C/D (includes Blks 25, 30, 40, and F-16 MLU). This course provides systems instruction and differences training for the C-Model. This course is designed for those students who take the F-16 Basic or Conversion Course in the A-Model and will fly the C-Model Transition sorties upon return to country.

F16A TASK MANAGEMENT TNG

Prerequisites: a. Currency in F-16. b. Centrifuge training. c. High altitude physiology training certification will not expire prior to completion of training. d. F-16 landing current within 30 days of arrival for training in US. e. ECL 85, SET required; Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required.

F16A/B ACFT ENVIRON **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16C INSTRUMENT/REQUAL TNG

Provides initial qualification training for international students who are current in the F-16A/B but do not have a current US instrument check

F16C/D ACFT ARM SYS **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16C/D ARM SYS (CERT)*FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16C/D BASIC TACTICS (EPG)

Provides academic and flying training required for basic tactical qualification in the F-16C/D for EPG pilots.

F16C/D DIFF ACT ENVRN *FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F16C/D ELECT ENVIRN *FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

F404 GE-400 ENG 1ST DEG IM

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist's Mates will have acquired sufficient knowledge/theory of the F404-GE-400 engine including the applicable test equipment, Ground Support Equipment (GSE), publications and safety precautions, to perform under close supervision intermediate maintenance in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD)/ Intermediate Activity (IMA) working environment.

FA FIREFINDER OPR/FULL CRS

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

FA FIREFINDER OPR/TPQ-36

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

FA OFF ADV PREP-ALLIED OFF

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

FA WEAPONS MAINT

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

FAB AERIAL DEL LOAD (USAF)

To train personnel in cargo parachute packing, rigging containers, preparing and rigging equipment and supplies for airdrop, loading and securing cargo, extraction procedures, and recovery of equipment used in airdrop.

FABRIC REPAIR SPECIALIST

The fabric repair specialist course provides training in sewing, maintaining and operating the various types of sewing machines, receiving, inspecting, and determining serviceability of clothing, textile, canvas, and webbed equipment items.

FACILITIES PLANNER

To provide current information, in an accelerated manner, to military and civilian personnel of the Department of the Navy, including the Marine Corps, who have responsibilities in Shore Facilities Planning and Programming.

FACILITIES/REHABILITATION

FACILITY ENERGY SYSTEMS

Broadens and updates the professional abilities of the systems engineer or mechanical engineer to apply environmental controls to minimize the use of energy and enhance system reliability and maintainability. The course considers methods of control for existing and new energy consuming systems with emphasis on retrofit options. Course content is directed toward the elements, principles of operation, control mechanisms, documentation, and efficiency considerations of local loop HVAC control systems.

FACILITY SYSTEMS DESIGN

Prerequisites: JOB: Design architects or engineers assigned to engineering design, contract management, RED HORSE, or MAJCOM engineering and construction staff. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in architecture or engineering. DD Form 1556 required. Waivers will be considered if accompanied by appropriate justification. ECL 80.

FAFIREFINDERRADAROPERTPQ37

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

FFF-7 GT BASIC

To prepare FFG 7 class 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 FFG 7 ship Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW).

FFG-7 AUX MECH SUBSYS MT

PURPOSE: The FFG-7 Auxiliary Mechanical System Technician course will enable selected personnel in pay grades E-2 thru E-7 of the Engineman rating, assigned to the Engineering Department of the FFG-7 Class ships, to perform organizational level maintenance on the mechanical components of the Oily Water Separator, Pallet Elevator System, Service Air and High Pressure Air Systems and associated Dehydrators.

FFG-7 ELECT MT (GSE) STRND

To provide personnel in the Gas Turbine Systems Technician Electrical (GSE) rating in pay grades E1 through E6 with advanced knowledge and skills required to perform technical maintenance on engineering control and monitoring systems on the FFG-7 Class ship.

FFG-7 ENGR MT MGMT PH-1

PURPOSE: This course is designed to provide engineering personnel, E-2 through E-7, with an introduction to the Engineering Systems of FFG-7 Class Ships. The course provides skills necessary to understand and monitor the operation of the engineering systems and their interface with the combat and navigation systems.

FFG-7 FIN STABILIZER SYS

To provide enlisted personnel, E-2 to E-7, in the Engineman rating, with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate and maintain the Steering Gear, Boat Handling Equip. and Stowage, and the Fin Stabilizer hydraulic systems in accordance with applicable technical references, and Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS), with limited supervision.

FFG-7 IC SUBSYS TECH

Provide designated Interior Communications Electrician personnel (E-2 through E-7) with technical knowledge and skills required to perform operational, preventive and corrective maintenance to the organizational/component level on FFG-7 class ship IC related navigational equipments.

FFG-7 WASTE HEAT SYS MT

To provide training to selected personnel in the Engineman rating, pay grades E-2 through E-7, with the knowledge and skills required to safely operate and maintain at the organizational level on the 16V149TI, waste heat system and distilling plant. Each operating evolution and maintenance action will be completed in accordance with official instructions, NAVSEA technical manuals and references, and the ships maintenance and material management (3-M) system, under limited supervision, for all conditions of ship readiness, in-port and underway.

FFG-7/36/61 COM/PER SUBSYS

To provide knowledge and skills required to maintain the central processor and peripheral equipment within this FFG-7 class CDS subsystem.

FFG-7/36/61 DATA DSPLY GRP

To train selected Data System (DS) Technicians, or equivalently trained personnel, with skills and knowledge necessary to maintain equipments associated with the FFG-7/36/61 class ships data display group subsystem.

FIBER OPTIC CABLE INSTALL

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

FIELD ARTY CAPTAINS CAREER

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

FIELD ARTY OFFICER BASIC

Presenting, developing, and refining basic skills needed by all field artillery officers.

FIELD CALIBRATION ACTY MT

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

FIN MGT IN WPN SYS ACQ

Prerequisites: Minimum of 6 months of staff or office experience in financial activities associated with weapon system acquisition or a closely related discipline. Military grades 1st Lt through Lt Col (AFSC 6736); civilians grades GS-7 through GM-13 (560 series). Basic math skills through simple algebra and knowledge of the operation of a scientific calculator. Submittal of DD Form 1556 is acknowledged as verification that nominee meets all prerequisites. Financial Management has priority, all other individuals will be considered as space available and may submit a request for waiver that substantiates their need for this course.

FINAN. MGT & COMPT SPEC

Prerequisites: Designed primarily for enlisted or civilian personnel projected for assignment to commercial services or material SMA, or travel accounting, or personnel currently assigned with no more than 1 year of recent experience in the applicable area. ECL 70.

FINANCE OFFICER ADV

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

FINANCE OFFICER BASIC

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

FINANCE/ACCOUNTING BNCOC

Preparation, maintenance, review, and verification of disbursing records, books, and reports. Determine eligibility of travel entitlements; computation and review of travel vouchers. Determine military pay entitlements.

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS APPR

Prepares lateral retrainees to perform as apprentice financial analysis specialists. Training includes the concepts of financial, cost, and economic analysis; the application of mathematical and statistical techniques in support of analytical efforts; familiarization with the small computer as an analytical tool; cost and resource analysis to assist decision makers in the efficient allocation of resources; fundamentals of Air Force budgeting; Air Force financial planning system; development of requirements; preparation of operating budgets and financial plans; Air Force financial management; and non-appropriated funds oversight.

FINANCIAL MGMT STAFF OFCR

Trains career officers, senior NCOs, and key civilian employees for positions of greater responsibility in financial management. Input specialties include financial analysis, accounting and finance, acquisition cost analysis, and audit. Instruction includes planning, programming, and budgeting systems; quantitative analysis techniques; automated accounting and interface systems; and financial management and comptroller plans and systems. Functional interrelationships are stressed. Personnel who have previously attended the professional military comptroller course are not eligible to attend this course.

FINANCIAL MGT APPLICATIONS

Prerequisites: JOB: Primarily designed for the recently assigned financial manager or assistant financial manager at base level. Other base or MAJCOM CE financial management personnel may attend. Personnel must have a minimum of 3 months of experience in financial management. GRADE: Commissioned officer or GS-5 minimum. ECL 80.

FINANCIAL MGT OFF (ANALY)

Provides selected personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to perform base level financial analysis duties. Includes the concepts of financial, cost, and economic analysis; the use of statistical techniques and communicative skills in support of analytical efforts; familiarization with the small computer as an analytical tool; cost and resource analysis to assist decision makers in the efficient allocation of resources; fundamentals of Air Force budgeting, Air Force financial planning system, developing of requirements, preparation of operating budgets and financial plans, Air Force financial management, and nonappropriated funds oversight. Personnel who have completed either the J3OBR6731-000 or J3OBR6741-001 course are not eligible to attend this course.

FIRE CONTROL SYS REPAIRER

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

FIRE CONTROLMAN A STRAND

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

FIRE INSPECTOR I

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

FIRE PROTECTION APPR/AF

Prerequisites: Specified in AR 611-201, enlisted career management fields and military occupational specialties and course administration data for 51M AIT course. ECL 80.

FIRE PROTECTION APPRENTICE

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

FIRE PROTECTION MGT APPLN

Prerequisites: Fire protection flight leader and assistant flight leaders (fire chief and assistant fire chief). ECL 80.

FIRE PROTECTION/ *

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

FIRE SUPPORT IN MAGTF OPS

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

FIREARMS &TOOL MARK EXAM

FIREFIGHTING ADV S/B

The Advanced Shipboard Fire Fighting course is designed to train supervisory fire party personnel in advanced techniques in fire fighting and proper management of on-scene personnel.

FIREFIGHTING GENL SHPBD

Familiarize officers and enlisted personnel with shipboard fire fighting systems, procedures and equipment.

FIREFIGHTING SHPBD AIRCRFT

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

FIXED WING ELEC SYS IMA

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Fixed Wing Aircraft Electrical Instrument Systems Technicians will have acquired sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to maintain, under close supervision, electrical/instrument systems in the AIMD working environment.

FIXED 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 fixed wing curriculum prepares pilots and engineers to test airborne mission systems and flight systems in addition to airplane flying qualities and performance. The airborne systems curriculum prepares naval flight officers and engineers to test airborne mission systems.

FIXED 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 fixed wing curriculum prepares pilots and engineers to test airborne mission systems and flight systems in addition to airplane flying qualities and performance. The airborne systems curriculum prepares naval flight officers and engineers to test airborne mission systems.

FIXED WING MULTI-ENG QUAL

The course is designed to provide the student with the necessary flight skills and knowledge for qualification as an aviator in the fixed wing multiengine aircraft.

FLD GRD OFF WINTER WRFR PL

Provides field grade officers with the necessary knowledge, skills and practical experience needed to effectively plan and conduct operations in a cold-weather mountainous environment. The course is designed to familiarize field grade officers with the basics of cold weather and Arctic routine, mountain warfare planning considerations, and cold weather considerations with an emphasis on movement and logistics. The course stresses techniques for over-the-snow movements and provides the opportunity for students to develop realistic expectations of combat, combat support, and combat service support units. Students will participate in a defensive Tactical Exercise Without Troops (TEWT), an offensive TEWT, and an operational planning exercise.

FLD METH IDENT/ANNOT AERIA

FLD SURV

FLD SURV SUPV

FLEET INDUS SUPPLY MGMT

An interdisciplinary course designed to teach the basic principles of Fleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC) and industrial activity management. The course focuses upon FISC site interweaving, the reconciliation of organizational goals within partnership agreements, management information systems and their use in the application of business principles, the supply/maintenance interrelationship, and basic principles of logistic support.

FLIGHT MEDICAL AIDEMAN

To train enlisted medical personnel in the skills necessary to perform in combat as a Flight Medical Aidman aboard Army air ambulances and to assist the Flight Surgeon in an Aviation Medicine Clinic.

FLIGHT NURSE

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

FLIGHT PROFICIENCY I

Provides selected elements of AV-8B flight training curriculum, primarily flight hours, to qualified aircrew personnel. Instruction is provided on all aircraft systems and components. Goal is to refine proficiency in skills required for the safe operation of the aircraft in the performance of assigned missions.

FLIGHT SAFETY NCO

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

FLIGHT SIMULATOR

Flight Simulator Training

FLIGHT SURGEON ACADEMIC

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

FLIGHT TEST ENGINEER CRS

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

FLIGHT TEST NAVIGATOR CRS

Trains navigators in latest methods of testing and evaluating aircraft and installed equipment. Academics: See experimental test pilot course for description of academic curriculum.

FLORIDA INST OF TECH (FIT)

This is not a US Army conducted program of instruction. The inclusion of the F.I.T. information is due to its association with the ALMC conducted Logistics Executive Development course. All inquiries should be addressed to Florida Tech Graduate Center.

FLT NURSE PRECEPTORSHIP/*

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

FLT SAFETY OFF (SATP/FSO)

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

FLT SIMULATOR

FLT SIMULATOR TNG OS

FLYING SAFETY/ *

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

FMS - PHYS MEAS & CALIBRA

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

FMS MANTIRN TNG, MED ALT

International Medium Altitude LANTIRN Course Luke AFB, Arizona This track provides current F-16C, Blk 40/42 pilots academic and flying training required for day or night medium altitude LANTIRN qualifications. Pilots completing this course will be proficient in the use of the NVP and TGP for LANTIRN medium altitude employment and weapons delivery. Course is suitable for Pathfinder/Sharpshooter systems training.

FOAM GEN SYS OPS & MAINT

To provide personnel with the knowledge and skills which when followed by practical application, will lead to the fulfillment of the technical requirements for the operation and maintenance of AFFF Generating Systems.

FOOD SERVICE MGT

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

FOOD SERVICE SPECIALIST A

This course provides specialty training for the entry level Food Service Technician in the areas of safety, personal hygiene, sanitation, recipe conversion, equipment usage and basic food preparation for the following: bakery products, variety of meats and meat products, sauces, egg cookery, vegetables, pasta and starches. The course is taught through both the classroom and through practical experience in the galley. The student will learn how to prepare nutritious foods and a well-balanced menu with recipes that are easily convertible from small to large numbers. The student will also learn how to attractively present foods.

FORCE INTEGRATION - GO/SES

This course provides an overview of "How the Army Runs" from the senior leader's perspective. Course provides insight into the force management process and a chance for students to dialogue with other senior leaders on the important issues.

FORECASTER

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

FOSCO FUNCTL SUPP CENTRAL

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

FREQUENCY MGT SYMPOSIUM

FTS - ARMAMENT SPEC

FTS - AVN SPEC

FTS - COMMUNICATIONS SPEC

FTS - ELECTRONICS SPEC

FTS - ENGLISH LANGUAGE

FTS - MISSILE SPEC

FTS - SPECIALIST-OTHER

FTS - SUPPLY/MAINT SPEC

FTS -TNG/AIDS/DEVICES SPEC

FUEL & ELEC SYSTEM REPAIR

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

FUEL PROBE/CARGO DROP MT

To train Engineering and Deck enlisted personnel, E3 through E9, to perform maintenance and repair of Fuel Probe and MK-II Cargo Drop Reel equipment. This will include the disassembly, inspection, assembly, repair and test of the Fuel Probe, Fuel Probe Receiver, and MK-II Cargo Drop Reel.

FUELS ACCOUNTING

Trains Air Force personnel with AFSC 2F0X1 or civilian equivalent in the knowledge and skills necessary for fuels accounting duties. Includes a functional overview of the petroleum, oil and lubricant (POL) requirements, requisition, and status of a fuels accounting operation; the details of computer processing fuel receipts, issues, change documents, and inventory management products. Training is also included on fuel accounting documents and reports and interpretation of fuels accounting management products. This course provides one of the prerequisites for awarding Special Experience Identifier (SEI) 040.

FUELS APPRENTICE

Provides training in the skills and knowledge necessary to perform tasks related to the receipt, storage, issue, and quality control of petroleum and cryogenic products. Training is also included on Air Force publications, initiating base fuels management office accounting forms; automated data processing familiarization, and the inspection, operation, and operational maintenance of storage and dispensing equipment to include fuel servicing vehicles.

FUELS MGT OFF

Prerequisites: Civilians must be assigned to, or in training for, officer positions at grade GS-7 or higher. Personnel who have graduated from the C3OBR6331A 001, C3OBR6431 000, or C3OZR6421 000, Fuels Management Officer, courses need not attend. ECL 70.

FUELS QUALITY CONTROL

Trains Air Force personnel with AFSC 2F0X1 or civilian equivalent in the knowledge and skills necessary for fuels quality control specialist duties. Includes methods and procedures used to maintain quality control while receiving, storing, and issuing aviation petroleum products. Detailed training is provided on the sampling and analysis of aviation fuels to determine solids, free water, fuel system icing inhibitor content, flashpoint, API gravity, and conductivity testing of turbine fuel. Knowledge training is provided on the cloudpoint of diesel fuel, and the sampling of cryogenic products. Training is also provided on the metric system, as applied to the analysis of fuels, computer recording, reporting, and the interpretation of the analysis results; care and maintenance of fuels sampling and laboratory equipment. This course provides one of the prerequisites for awarding Special Experience Identifier (SEI) 039.

FUELS/ *

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.

FUND AWACS GRND COMP **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

FUND OF AERO INFO SVCS

FUNDAMENTALS OF 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.

FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS 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.

FUNDAMENTALS OF EARNED VALUE MGT

Contract Performance Management Fundamentals Course (CPMFC) is the application of selected management practices, emphasizing objective measurement of work accomplishment (i.e., "earned value") for evaluating progress toward delivery of an agreed-to p

FUNDAMENTALS OF SYS ACQ MGT

This course is a major revision to the previous Fundamentals Of Systems Acquisition Course (FSAMC), designed to meet the requirement for a level I "core" course. It provides a 9-day overview of the basics of defense systems acquisition management.

FUNDAMENTALS OF COST ANAL

This course is for entry-level DOD personnel who prepare or review weapon system life cycle cost estimates. DOD policies governing these estimates and the techniques used in their preparation are covered. Topics include a statistical review, regression analysis, etc.

GAS FREE ENGRG

PURPOSE: To prepare personnel to assume the duties and responsibilities and to perform the tasks of a shipboard Gas Free Engineer in accordance with NAVSEA Technical Manual Chapter 074.

GAS TURBINE CON OPR (FFG7)

To provide personnel in the Gas Turbine System Technician (Mechanical and Electrical) ratings, in paygrades E-1 through E-6 with the knowledge and skills required to PERFORM engineering watchstander evolutions on the Propulsion Control Console (PCC) and the Electric Plant Control Console (EPCC) for FFG-7 class of ships. The trainee will also be required to perform Basic Engineering Casualty Control Exercises (BECCE's), and to observe watchstanding techniques and safety precautions. Using Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS), Engineering Operational Procedures (EOP) and Engineering Operational Casualty Control (EOCC) as guides, these behaviors will be carried out with supervision for all conditions of ship readiness, in port and underway.

GAS TURBINE PEO

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

GDS SKILLS/LVL III/CERTIFY

Course Objective - This course is designed to train selected Latin American security personnel in handling a headquarters or a BDOC staff position to command and control defensive operations. Course Description - The students will be introduced to tactical threat, principles of war, organization for base defense, tactical communications, air base ground defense doctrine, employment of obstacles, fire plans and range cards, techniques for delay and withdrawals, counter attack plans, tactical displays, terrain analysis, tactical control measures, preparation and occupation of defensive, position's and proper treatment and management of enemy prisoners of war, position of forces, patrolling, air base ground defense weapons, military operations on urban terrain, duties of BDOC staff personnel, non-organic assets, and command and control of deployed AFGD forces. Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

GEN CONST EQUIP OPERATOR

Five weeks 2 days of MOS specific training consisting of operating techniques and operator level maintenance of the 5-ton dump truck, M915 tractor and semi trailer, SEE tractor, water distributor, air compressor, and compaction equipment.

GEN REG AUTO BOILER CONTR

PURPOSE: To provide training in the operation of a General Regulator Automatic Boiler Control Console.

GEN REG AUTO BOILER CTL CO

PURPOSE: To provide training in the operation of a General Regulator Automatic Boiler Control Console.

GENERAL ADV COMPOSITE RPR

Prerequisites: 5- and 7-level AFSC 2A7X3, civilian or other services equivalent. Minimum of 1 year of experience in airframe repair. Completion of course C3AZR45872 001 or J3AZP2A753 000 desirable. Personnel not meeting prerequisites may not meet proficiency levels as stated in course training standard. Personnel who have attended course C3AZR42775 001 should not attend this course. Attendance of international students not authorized. ECL 70.

GENERAL ENGLISH ONLY

Emphasis on English language proficiency.

GENERAL ENGLISH ONLY

Navy MASL used to program DLI General English course

GEOD/PHYS/SAT

GEOGRAPHIC DIGITAL DATA US

This course is an introduction to NIMA's Standard Digital Products accompanied by Government and Commercial Manipulation Software used to support Geospatial Analysis.

GLOBAL MEDICINE

Prerequisites: Officers directly involved in patient care and environmental health (MC, PHO, PA, NP, and PNP) of US military forces, foreign, allied nations, or medical personnel of other government agencies. Officers should not attend more frequently than every 3 years. ECL 80 SA.

GM A SCHOOL

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

GMLS MK13 MOD 4 MT

To provide Naval personnel in the Gunner's Mate Missile rating (E2-E9) with the technical knowledge and requisite skills necessary to operate and maintain the Guided Missile Launching System MK 13 MOD 4 under limited supervision, at the organizational level of maintenance. The equipment will be operated and maintained wherever installed and under all conditions of readiness.

GND DEFENSE COMD (CERTIFY)

Trains selected security police personnel who are or will be assigned to a headquarters or BDOC staff position (QFEBA or QFEBB) to command and control ground defense operations. Course content includes air base ground defense principles, tactical displays, communications, duties of BDOC staff members, positioning of forces, command and control of ABGD forces, military operations in urban terrain (MOUT), air base ground defense assets, and NBC considerations.

GOVT CONTRACT LAW (JT)

Provides intermediate-level contracting personnel with the impact of government contract law on daily decision-making in contract management. Reviews basic legal principles and sources of contract law, modifications, terminations, remedies, interpretation of contract language, award law, government property, defective pricing data, patent and data law, labor law, and law involving the flow of contract monies. Courts and board rulings are studied, stressing the contractor and government interface and preventive techniques.

GP VEHICLE AUTO A/C

Prerequisites: AFSC 2T351, 2T352A, 2T354 or higher, or equivalent civilian experience in the skills and knowledge necessary to perform as a technician on general purpose vehicle automotive air-conditioning systems. ECL 70 SA.

GPETE REPAIR AND CALIBRTN

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

GRAPHICS SPECIALIST

Prerequisites: USAF: see AFMAN 36-2108 (formerly AFR 39-1); USMC: normal color vision, minimum aptitude level of GT 100; USA: ST score minimum 95, high school graduate, 11 months or more of active duty upon completion of course. ECL 70.

GRD RADIO COMM EQUIP TECH

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

GRND & WPNS SAFETY PGM MGT

Prerequisites: Graduate of G3ALR1S031 002, Apprentice Safety Specialist course. Completion of the 1S051 Career Development Course (CDC) is mandatory of Air Force personnel. Minimum grade and training requirements: E-5 and above, DOD civilians, and safety interns must possess CAFSC 1S071 or higher. All attendees must have 36 months' experience since 3-level course graduation. For other military service personnel, completion of G3ALR1S031 002 is desirable. ECL 70.

GROUND DEFENSE SKILLS

Course Objective - This course provides selected students from Latin American armed forces with the most current and necessary technical training in security and air base ground defense skills. Block I - Security Specialist (108 hours) - The students will learn the duties of a security policeman, the importance of guardmount (shift change), the importance of community relations, how to make crime prevention programs work, why integrity and ethics are important, weapons safety and the proper use of force. Block II - Support Weapons (33 hours) - This block covers organic weapons to the security police during peacetime and air base ground defense posture. The students will learn nomenclature, employment and deployment of the 81mm mortar, .50 caliber machine gun, M60 (7.62mm) machine gun, the 90mm recoilless rifle, the M72 light antitank weapon (LAW), and the M-16 (5.56mm) rifle. Block III - Air Base Ground Defense (256 hours) - The defenders will be taught the primary objectives of active air base ground defense in which they will learn to identify different threat levels, the organization of the ABGD force, measures and techniques used in the field to control and combat the enemy. The handling of prisoners of war, rules of engagement, and law on armed conflict are covered in accordance with International Human Rights Agreements. In tactical communications and use of brevity codes, the students are shown how to install a tactical net and how to encode and decode messages. Physical Conditioning - Because of the strict physical conditioning needed to complete course objectives, students will participate in rigorous daily physical training (2 hours daily), this includes warm-up exercises and a progressive run to achieve six miles (9.6 km). Training is currently conducted in Spanish.

GROUND EQUIP MAINT/ *

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

GROUND RADAR SYSTEMS APR

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

GROUND RADIO COMM APR

Prerequisites: ECL 70.

GROUND RADIO COMM APR

Provides apprentice-level training for personnel in the ground radio communications equipment ladder of the Ground Radio Communications career field.

GROUND RADIO INTERM REPAIR

Provides training to qualify personnel to perform duties as a ground radio repairman. This course provides technical instruction pertaining to amplitude modulated, frequency modulated and single side band communication equipment organic to Fleet Marine Force ground units. It encompasses equipment characteristics, theory of operation, circuit analysis, alignment, performance testing and troubleshooting with the necessary test equipment required to test and restore defective equipment to serviceable condition. It includes instruction in preventive and corrective maintenance procedures; use of technical publications, limited cryptographic maintenance concepts on the KY-8/38, HYL-3, KY57 and KY-65.

GROUND SAFETY/ *

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

GROUND SUPPLY CHIEF COURSE

Provides training to personnel with supply experience in more advanced aspects of supply principles, procedures, techniques, and operations. Instruction includes service support leadership, principles of Marine Corps supply accounting and reporting, basic computing system fundamentals, instruction in computerized record keeping, emphasis on preparing input data and analyze output information. Instruction in the Supported Activities Supply System (SASSY) and Asset Tracking Logistics and Supply System (ATLASS) at the using unit (company/battalion/regiment) and SASSY Management Unit (SMU) level is presented. Also included is the necessary correlative instruction in publications, allowance computation, procurement, and financial management. Upon completion of the course, the SNCO/NCO should be capable of supervising the performance of all tasks required of a private-corporal incident to requisitioning, storing and accounting for supplies and equipment for units operating under manual or mechanized procedures.

GROUND SUPPLY OFFICER

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

GROUND/DATA COMM MT TECH

Provides students with detailed technical instruction pertaining to amplitude modulated, frequency modulated and single-ground units. This course encompasses equipment characteristics, theory of operation, circuit analysis, alignment, performance testing and troubleshooting with the necessary test equipment required to isolate malfunctions. It includes instructions in corrective maintenance procedures, use of technical publications and familiarization with applicable aspects of Marine Corps maintenance administration. It also includes the equipment characteristics of related COMSEC devices and fault isolation procedures for tactical communication systems maintenance.

GSM/E "A" SCHOOL

The intent of this course is to train students in the basic knowledge and skills required to maintain gas turbine propulsion and auxiliary systems equipment at sea or inport. Training conducted includes construction and operation of LM-2500, Allison 501-K17, AVCO Lycoming TF40B and Sunstrand Turbomach T-62t-40-7 Gas Turbine Engines and associated support systems, component identification utilizing hands-on capability, various PMS maintenance checks as related to the LM-2500 and Allison 501-K17 Gas Turbine Engines. Training aids consist of trainee guides, slides, and actual equipment (operational and static displays). 50% of student training is dedicated to instruction at the GL-7 and GL-47 Propulsion Plant Trainers, re-enforcing knowledge previously learned in the classroom.

GUEST TRAINING LECTURER

GUIDED MSL/LG ROC TECH TNG

This course provides an introductory overview of the policies, procedures, and principles governing the operational characteristics and management of guided missiles/large rocket systems. Students are provided a basic familiarization with the specific a

GUN BARREL INSP AND MT

To train gunner's mates (G), E5 and above and repair facility personnel, in the proper utilization of special tools used to obtain bore erosion data as well as the application of this data to the preparation of gun wear, bore search and condemnation reports. They will also receive instruction in the correct procedures for cleaning and preserving naval gun barrels.

GUN MNT 5/54 MK45 MOD 2

To provide selected gunner's mate personnel E-1 through E-8, with the knowledge of the differences between the MK-45 MOD 1 and MOD 2 gun mounts and the skills and technical knowledge required to operate, perform fault isolation procedures, repair and conduct post test procedures on operational 5"/54 MK-45 MOD 2 gun mounts under limited supervision.

GUN MOUNT 76MM MK75 MOD041

To provide GM personnel the technical knowledge and skills required to perform organizational level maintenance, repair and operations on the MK-75 MOD-0 and 1, 76MM/62 Cal Gun Mount.

GUNNERS MATE A

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

GYRO ENG MK27 MT BAS

PURPOSE: To train selected personnel in the theory, installation, operation, and maintenance of the MK-27 Gyrocompass.

GYROCOMPASS SYS MK27

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

GYROCOMPASS SYS MK29

This course trains electricians in the operation and preventive maintenance requirements of, and troubleshooting and repair procedures for, the MK-29 MOD 1 gyrocompass. The lab phase includes PMS actual system failures with hands-on troubleshooting, and removal and installation of PC boards, power supplies, the platform assembly, and inertial components.

H-1 ARMAMENT RPR INTE O/M

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordnance Aircraft Technicians will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the AH-1W/UH-1N Armament Systems operation, test, emergency, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance procedures, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

HARM - EOD

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

HARPOON - EOD

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

HAWK - EOD

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

HAWK FIR SEC&PULSE EQ MECH

General and specific functional theory of operation of the PIP III HAWK Missile System Firing Section equipment and the pulse acquisition radar; operational checks and adjustments; fault isolation procedures; maintenance functions.

HAWK FIRE COM&RADAR (NETHE

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

HAWK FIRE COMM & RADAR REP

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

HAWK FIRE CONT MECH PIPIII

General and specific functional theory of operation of PIP III HAWK Missile System Fire Control equipment; operational checks and adjustments; fault isolation procedures, maintenance procedures.

HAWK FIRE CONTROL W/HPI

Inspection, testing and adjustment of components to specific tolerance; determination and repair of malfunctions in electronic assemblies, modules and circuit elements; use of common and system specific test equipment; and mechanical and electro-mechanical repair.

HAWK FIRE CTRL/CONT WAVE (T

Inspection, testing and adjustment of components to specific tolerance; determination and repair of malfunctions in electronic assemblies, modules and circuit elements; use of common and system specific test equipment; and mechanical and electro-mechanical repair.

HAWK FLD MAINT EQP/NETHERL

Inspection, testing and adjustment of components to specific tolerances; determination and repair of malfunctions in electronic, electro-mechanical, mechanical, hydraulic and hydropnuematic assemblies and subassemblies, modules and circuit elements.

HAWK FLD MAINT EQUIP/FIRIN

Inspection, testing and adjustment of components to specific tolerances; determination and repair of malfunctions in electronic, electro-mechanical, mechanical, hydraulic and hydropnuematic assemblies and subassemblies, modules and circuit elements.

HAWK MIS SYS MECH PAR ONLY

General and specific item functional operation of the HAWK Missile System; operator checks and adjustments; fault isolation procedures; maintenance functions; orientation and alignment.

HAWK MISSILE SYSTEM MECH

General and specific item functional operation of the HAWK Missile System; operator checks and adjustments; fault isolation procedures; maintenance functions; orientation and alignment.

HAWK MSL SYS CREW-ISRAEL

Energize/deenergize procedures, initialization, daily checks, missile handling procedures, integrated system checks, procedures for tactical operations, preparation for travel and emplacement of the Phase III HAWK missile system.

HAWK MSL SYS CREWMBR (NON

Energize/deenergize procedures, initialization, daily checks, missile handling procedures, integrated system checks, procedures for tactical operations, preparation for travel and emplacement of the Phase III HAWK missile system.

HAWK MSL SYS CRWMMBR (T)

Cross train 16E personnel on launcher area duties; train 16D and 16E personnel on PIP III fire control area duties.

HAWK OFFICER

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

HAWK SYS TECH WO BASIC

Principles and theory of high-pressure hydraulic equipment, high voltages, missile transport and storage procedures, and functional operation of radars, launchers, simulators, continuous wave radars, pulse acquisition radar, and platoon command post.

HAZ MAT-TRAIN THE TRAINER

Provides training for DoD personnel in hazardous materials response team duties. Provides the knowledge and skills needed to become HAZMAT Train-the-Trainer (T-t-T) qualified/certified. Students graduating from this course graduate trained, qualified, and certified to teach HAZMAT at the awareness, operations, technician, and incident commander levels using the DoD accredited HAZMAT policies, procedures, and program. This course meets all National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 471-472 requirements and fully complies with the Code of Federal Regulations (29 CFR 1910.120). Air Force fire fighters who successfully complete this course are eligible for the award of a 356 special experience identifier (SEI) as a HAZMAT Train-the-Trainer.

HAZ MATL CONTRL & MGMT TEC

The purpose of the course is to provide shipboard HMC&M technicians with the training to safely handle, use, store and dispose of HM/HW.

HAZARDOUS MAT & WASTE MGT

Emergency Response to Hazardous Materials Technician/Safe Transportation of Hazardous Materials (40 hours), Designed to satisfy needs of 29 CFR Part 1910.120(0x6) to provide certification as hazardous materials technician relative to the handling of hazardous material.

HAZARDOUS MAT. PREP (INIT)

Provides training for selected DoD military and civilian personnel to prepare hazardous material shipments for transport via military air, commercial air, rail, motor, and water modes. Provides packaging requirements and procedures for marking, labeling, placarding, and compatibility requirements. This course meets the formal training requirement for preparers of hazardous materials according to AFM 24-204J and meets the provisions stated in the ITRO common core curriculum. Authorizes personnel to certify the shippers certification on government bills of lading and provides training to complete and certify legally binding certification documents (such as, shipper's declaration for dangerous goods, and shipper's certification for military air) for shipments of hazardous materials according to DoD, commercial, and military publications.

HCT-10 OPER I/MAINT

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Structural Mechanics (AMHs) will have sufficient skills and knowledge of the Aircraft Hydraulic and Pneumatic Component Test Stand (HCT-10) and Limited Aircraft Components, including operation, testing, repair, emergency, and scheduled maintenance procedures, to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance in the AIMD/IMA working environment.

HEALTH SERVICE MGT APR

Prerequisites: ECL 70.

HEALTH SERVICES ADMIN

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

HEALTH SERVICES TECH A

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

HEALTH SVCS EXECUTIVE MGT

Prerequisites: Selectee must be a member of ANG or USAFR Medical Service Unit with at least 1 year of commissioned experience. Students will be in grade of Lt through Col and will normally be assigned to positions as hospital/clinic commander or administrator. Other health care executives of the ANG/USAFR may attend on a space available basis. ECL 80 SA.

HEAT TREATMENT

Identification and specification of metals, mechanical and physical properties of metals, theory and principles of heat treating. Furnace operation and adjustment and calibration of furnace controls. Heat treatment of ferrous and nonferrous metals to include hardening, tempering, annealing, normalizing, and case hardening of steels and solution and precipitation heat treatment of heat and corrosion resistant metals, and aluminum metals. Applicable safety precautions.

HEAT/VENT/AC SYSTEMS

Prerequisites: Must have AFSC 3E151 and completed course J3AZR3E151 007, Mechanical Systems Electrical/Controls Troubleshooting. Courses in algebra, physics, and chemistry are desirable. ECL 70.

HEATING SYSTEMS SPECL

Prerequisites: ECL 70.

HEATING/VENT/AIR-COND

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

HEAVY CONST EQUIP OPR

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

HEAVY WHEEL VEHICLE MECH

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

HELICOPTER CREW CHIEF

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

HELICOPTER MAINT APR H-1

Students attend 21 days of helicopter maintenance fundamentals training, then 37 days of H-1 helicopter specific training. Includes helicopter familiarization, ground handling and ground handling wheels, landing gear system, utility systems, hydraulic systems, electrical, radio and instrument systems, fuel system, powerplant systems, main and tail rotor, transmission and drive system, flight control systems, aircraft vibrations, phase and supplemental inspections, and servicing avionic systems.

HELICOPTER MAINT SPECL

Prerequisites: ECL 70.

HELLFIRE - EOD

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

HELO CONTROL OFFICER

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

HELO OPERATIONS INDOC

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

HEO2 DIVER MIXED GAS

HH-60J PROFICIENCY TRNG

This course is designed to evaluate and review pilot flying skills, judgment, crew resource management/crew coordination skills and the application of proper procedures during in-flight emergency situations. The course consists of five 3.5 hour simulator sessions, Interactive Courseware (ICW) based aircraft systems training, and a crew resource management lecture/discussion. Simulator flights are conducted in an impressive state-of-art six-axis, full-motion 220 degree full visual operational flight training (OFT) system that is capable of day, night, instrument, over water, and inland (Nap of the Earth) conditions, including full Night Vision Goggle compatibility.

HH-65 PROFICIENCY TRNG

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

HIGH ALTITUDE MOUNTAIN QUA

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

HIGH ANGLE OF ATTACK (AOA)

1-day course to learn control of aircraft in extreme flight attitudes (spins, etc.)

HIGH FREQ SYS TECH

To train selected Electronic Technicians (paygrade E-4 through E-7) in the knowledge and skills to perform corrective and preventive maintenance on exterior shipboard HF communication system and equipments.

HIGH RELIABILITY SOLDERING

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

HIGH RELY SOLDER & CONNECT

Trains personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary for high reliability soldering of miniature and microminiature circuits. Instruction is provided on selecting solder, flux, and cleaning solvents for each task and inspection of soldered connections. Training also includes care and use of specialized handtools, standard soldering iron, and the PACE 350 repair unit. Detailed instruction and practical experience are provided on soldering terminal connections, removal and replacement of resistors, transistors and assorted integrated circuits, removal and application of conformable coatings as well as repair of printed circuit cards.

HIGH VOLTAGE SOLDERING

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

HIMAD DS/GS MAINT WO BASIC

Direct/general support responsibilities for the HAWK Missile System that include platoon command post, pulse acquisition radar, CW acquisition radar, HIPIR radar, launcher, loader, and associated test equipment.

HM-SCH BAS

PURPOSE: Completion of this course is mandatory for assignment to the HM rating, regardless of source, except that the requirement may be waived for graduates of the USCG HM/HS Class "A" School. To provide instruction in the basic principles and techniques of emergency medical care, operational medicine, and nursing care procedures. Prepares personnel for duties as a general service hospital corpsman in the lower pay grades to function with the fleet operating units, the Fleet Marine Force (FMF), Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF), and advanced formal education and training.

HOSP FOOD SVC SPC-ADV

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.

HOSP FOOD SVC SPEC (BASIC)

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

HOSTAGE NEGOTIATIONS

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

HOT AIR SOLDERING

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

HS54H60-91 PROP 0-LVL**FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

HT-A-SCH (HULL MAINT TECH)

To provide the basic technical knowledge and skills required to prepare for the lower Petty Officer grades.

HU-25 INITIAL TRNG

This course is designed to teach the skills required to function as a copilot in the HU-25A. Topics include checklist proficiency, systems knowledge, and emergency procedures response. The course consists of classroom instrument flight procedures review, crew resource management lecture, computer based aircraft systems training, and twelve 3-hour simulator sessions. Simulator flights are conducted in a three-axis, full-motion synthetic trainer with both visual and instrument meteorological conditions available.

HU-25 PROFICIENCY TRNG

This course is designed to reinforce skills learned in the initial simulator training course. Topics include checklist proficiency, systems knowledge, instrument and visual flight procedures, and correct response to emergencies/abnormal situations. The course consists of a classroom instrument flight procedures review, crew resource management (CRM) review, computer based training (CBT) in aircraft systems and procedures, and five 3-hour simulator sessions. Each simulator flight includes 1.0 to 1.5 hours of brief/debrief time with an HU-25 instructor pilot. Simulator sessions are conducted in a three-axis, full motion synthetic trainer with both night visual and night instrument conditions available.

HUMAN RIGHTS TRAIN/TRAINER

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

HUMANITARIAN DEMINING

This training program is designed to train personnel to recognize, detect and neutralize an area of mines and booby traps that have been employed throughout Latin America.

HV CABLE TESTING/SPLICING

Prerequisites: AFSC 3E051, 3E071, or civilian equivalent. Graduates of courses J3AZR54251 001 and J3AZR54250 009 should not attend this course. ECL 70 SA.

HVAC/R CONTROL SYSTEMS

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

HVAC/REFRIGERATION AP

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

HVY/LHT WHL VEH REC SPEC

Operation, service, and use of recovery vehicles and equipment; procedures used in the rigging, recovering and towing of heavy/light wheel vehicles.

HYDRAULIC POWER SUPPLY I/M

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Support Equipment Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including operation, testing, troubleshooting, and repair procedures, to perform, under supervision, intermediate maintenance on the A/M27M-10 Hydraulic Dispensing Unit and A/M27T-5/7 Portable Hydraulic Power Supplies, in an AIMD working environment.

HYDRAULIC SYS AND EQUIP

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

HYDRAULIC SYS COMPONENTS

Improve fleet maintenance readiness by providing training in basic theory of safe operation and troubleshooting of hydraulic systems.

HYPERBARC HEALTH CARE OFF

Prepares personnel to perform duties as a medical officer or medical specialist in an Air Force hyperbaric chamber. Course includes hyperbaric physiology, hyperbaric medicine, and hyperbaric chamber operations. Includes duties in each of the hyperbaric chamber positions and systems, use of decompression schedules, treatment tables, emergency procedures, theory of hyperbaric oxygenation; and hazards and safety precautions involved with hyperbaric chamber operations.

HYPERBARIC MED FELLOWSHIP

Prerequisites: In addition to requirements shown in section A, applicants must be physically qualified for hyperbaric chamber duty per AFI 48-123 (formerly AFR 160-43). Satisfactory completion of course B3OBY48G1 000, Aerospace Medicine, Primary.

HYPERBARIC TNG PHYSIO OFF

Prepares aerospace physiology officers to perform duties as hyperbaric chamber team members. Course includes hyperbaric physiology and hyperbaric chamber operations. Training includes: duties in each of the hyperbaric chamber positions and systems, use of decompression schedules, treatment tables, practical application of chambers, theory of hyperbaric oxygenation, and hazards and safety precautions involved with hyperbaric chamber operations.

HYPRBRC CHAMB ENL TM TNG

Prepares enlisted personnel to perform duties as hyperbaric chamber team members. Graduate can operate and perform inside observer duties in the hyperbaric environment, use prescribed decompression treatment tables and repetitive dive tables, and understand the practical application of hyperbaric therapy, to include hazards and safety precautions involved in chamber operations.

IDCC CSC REINSPECTION CRS

This course provides students with information required to re-inspect intermodal dry cargo containers IAW the Convention For Safe Containers (CSC) Standards. Course content includes survey of CSC test requirements, detailed analysis of re-inspection criteria, etc.

IERW AVIATOR (UH-1) TRACK

Provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the UH-1 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

IERW AVR (COMM CORE)-NTH

Provide the student with basic rotary-wing operator skills and knowledge for qualification in the th-67 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

IERW OH-58A/C TRACK

Track is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the OH-58A/C aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, etc.

IGI-THE INSPECTION SCHOOL

Prerequisites: Assigned to any full-time IG activity, international military exchange officers filling an Inspector General staff position, or regularly assigned to augment IG teams. Other part-time inspectors may be accepted on a space-available basis.

IMAGERY INTEL OFF/FGN

Discontinued course

IMAGERY PRODUCTION SPECL

Introduction to graphics, lettering, basic drawing, and perspective and graphic imaging systems.

IMBEDDED TRAINING/SPECIAL

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

IND IMA DIESEL MAINT

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

IND MISSILE LAUNCHER OR

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

IND SIMA GAS TURBINE MAINT

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

IND SIMA ORIENT AC/AUX

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

IND SQIP AIR COND & REFRIG

To improve the air conditioning and refrigeration (AC&R) maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

To improve the centrifugal pump (CP) maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP ELECTRICAL EQUIP

To improve the electrical equipment repair (EER) maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP IMA MGR SURFACE

To improve the management and administrative skills to surface command management personnel assigned to an Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @To provide IMA management personnel with information which will enhance their understanding of the surface command IMA organization and how the IMA will interface locally with the RSG/TYP/FLT Material Commanders and the management decisions created by these interactions. @To provide IMA management personnel with the knowledge of modern management techniques in order to establish a program to continuously monitor, evaluate, and improve efficiency and performance of the IMA. @To ensure managers are aware of the appropriate RSG/TYP/FLT Material directives governing their IMA policies, procedures and organizations.

IND SQIP PIPING REPAIR

To improve the piping maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP RIGGING

To improve the rigging skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA) and CVs. The course is taught at the activity with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality rigging service. @Increase shop utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP SHEET METAL RPR

To improve the sheet metal (SM) maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP STRUCTURAL REPAIR

To improve the structural (ST) maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP TECHNICAL LIBRARY

To improve the Technical Library maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP VALVE REPAIR

To improve the valve maintenance skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality repair service. @Increase shop repair service utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

IND SQIP WEIGHT TESTING

To improve the weight testing (WT) skills of enlisted personnel assigned to an intermediate maintenance activity (IMA). The course is taught at the IMA, with the following objectives: @Ensure that the IMA is capable of providing timely, high-quality weight testing service. @Increase shop utilization rates to improve fleet material condition and to reduce dependence on depot level and commercial repair facilities. @Ensure that effective IMA support is available to the fleet in forward areas.

INDICATIONS & WARNING CRS

MASL created especially for Australia in teaching the basics and principles of intelligence-related indications and warning signs. Not routine training course.

INDOCTRINATION

Purpose: To provide the trainee with an indoctrination of the organization, maintenance activity and up-to-date information on Navy/Marine and command policies.

INDUS-AN/SPS49 - INTL

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

INDUS-SLQ32/SLQ10B-INTL

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

INDUS-VIB/MEAS PRAC/ANALYS

The NAVSEA SHIPSYSTEMS Industrial Maintenance Course is designed to provide shipyard, Depot and Ordnance activity personnel with the technical and management skills necessary for equipment and systems installation, testing, removal, repair, refurbishment and reissue. Depending upon the stated needs of the Security Assistance customer, training will be tailored to specific industrial capability requirements and will normally be a mixture of on-site classroom training and training while participating in and observing industrial repair procedures. Training may be conducted in the U.S. or at the customer's facilities.

INDUSTRIAL MAINT MGT (JT)

Improves the effectiveness and productivity of DoD military and civilians who manage the depot/industrial/rework level of maintenance. Industrial maintenance management principles and analytical techniques are examined to determine how best they can be applied to enhance support of operational combat forces. Production operations management academic disciplines, current DoD Maintenance depot topics, and a tour of a manufacturing or re-manufacturing plant are coupled with student-centered computer simulations for a well-rounded look at DoD maintenance depot operations and vision. INDUSTRIAL WATER TREATMENT

Special Requirements: Students should bring a scientific calculator and a complete set of potable and industrial water analyses and system water treatment operating logs from their home station for interpretation during the course.

INFANTRY CAPTS CAREER CRS

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

INFANTRY MORTAR LEADER

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

INFANTRY OFF BASIC

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

INFANTRY OFFICER BASIC

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

INFANTRY OFFICER CRS USMC

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

INFANTRY PLATOON SARGEANT

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

INFANTRY PLATOON SERGEANT

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

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER

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

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER CRS

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

INFANTRYMAN ANCOC

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

INFANTRYMAN BNCOC

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

INFO & EW TECHNOLOGY

This course is intended for international military officers who are interested in the science of information warfare and its battlefield implementation. Attach and protection of sensor systems (radar and infrared) are discussed as well as unmanned aerial vehicles, anti-radiation missile systems and ship self defense. Battlefield communications and frequency management are also covered. New electronic technologies are treated with emphasis on digital RF memories, directed energy weapons, direct digital synthesis modules and electronic decoys.

INFO SYS OP ANALYST-BNCOC

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

INFO SYSTEMS OPER-ANALYST

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

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT APR

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

INFORMATION OPERATIONS

Consists of an analysis of the role of the military in PSYOP programs; analysis of target populations; establishing programs in support of national development programs; use of available means of communications; the production and dissemination of information.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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

INFORMATION SYSTEMS MGT

Subjects include life-cycle management of software and related hardware, and telecommunications networks. Both tactical battlefield automated systems and strategic-sustaining base systems will be addressed.

INSTALLATION CHAPLAIN

In an intensive two-week course, chaplains will be trained in the specific skills and competencies required in senior chaplain leadership positions such as management of chapel facilities and fiscal resources, supervision of personnel, planning and programming.

INSTALLATION LOGISTICS MGT

Coverage of all functional areas of the Directorate of Logistics responsibilities, practices, and problems at all levels of the organization to develop and increase competence and effectiveness in logistics support at the installations.

INSTALLATION RESTOR PGM

Prerequisites: JOB: Base environmental coordinator, public affairs officer, judge advocate, or bioenvironmental engineer, having duties concerned with implementation of the installation restoration program. GRADE: commissioned officer or GS-7 minimum. EDUCATION: bachelor's degree. CREDITS: None. ECL 80.

INSTRUCTIONAL SYS DESIGNER

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

INSTRUCTOR

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

INSTRUCTOR COURSE

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

INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT

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

INSTRUCTOR NAVIGATOR

Trains navigators in fundamentals and concepts outlined in MCR 51-1 to qualify them as ground training instructors, synthetic trainer instructor, flight instruction in KC-135 aircraft. Consists of pre-attendance study, academic, trainer, and flight training. Course is mandatory prior to upgrade to instructor status.

INSTRUCTOR PILOT/ *

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

INSTRUCTOR TNG COURSE

Instructor training course at Fort Benning, GA

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training at Fort Gordon, GA

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training course at Fort Huachuca, AZ

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training at the Safety Center, Fort Rucker, AL

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

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

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training at Fort Sill, OK

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training at Fort Bragg, NC

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training course at Fort Leonardwood, MO

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Instructor training at Fort Knox, KY

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE

Instructor training course at Fort Bliss, TX

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE

Emphasis is placed on communication skills, audio-visual support, writing lesson plans, writing objectives and writing test items. This course will prepare personnel for the platform responsibilities they will assume as assigned instructors.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE

Accelerated Instructor training

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE

Instructor training course at Fort Lee, VA

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE

Instructor training course at Fort Jackson, SC

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING CR

Instructor training course at Fort Eustis, VA

INSTRUCTOR TRNG-PAPER BASE

To train selected Navy, Marine Corps and DOD civilian personnel, including students of allied nations, in the techniques and principles of instruction applicable to the formal school environment. Each student delivers four performance examinations.

INSTRUMENTATION/TELEMETRY

Assemble, install, adjust, and maintain mechanical, electrical, and electronic equipment used to monitor and collect flight test range data and to measure the performance of test and research projects. Strong emphasis on the practical application of electronic principles and use of electronic schematics; adjustment, calibration, and malfunction analysis of instrumentation and telemetry components; and familiarization with Air Force technical orders, manuals, directives, and other maintenance publications. Uses electronic fundamental trainers, transmitters, receivers, recorders, ground and airborne digital/analog telemetry equipment, closed circuit TV systems, microprocessors, and computers.

INT OFFICER INTEL ADVANCE

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

INT SOFTWARE ACQ MGT

The intermediate software acquisition management course builds on concepts covered in BSAM to develop a deeper understanding of the tools and techniques of software acquisition management. Uses practical exercises from real world examples.

INTEGRATED COMPUTER DEPLOY

Creating and delivering load plans including reports and diagrams imposed by the MTMC. The performance-related functions in the executive module of new ship characteristics.

INTEGRATED FAMILY TEST EQP

Test, troubleshoot and repair procedures necessary to accomplish direct/general support maintenance of the Integrated Family of Test Equipment (IFTE). Test, align, troubleshoot and repair a large assortment of IFTE and weapon system Line Replaceable Units.

INTELL IN COMBAT TERRORISM

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

INTELLIGENCE-SPECIAL

INTELLIGENCE/ *

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

INTER-AM BAR ASSOC CONF

INTERACT VIDEODISC DESIGN

Prerequisites: Personnel selected to attend must have completed either the Air Force ISD course (J3AZR75133), the AETC Faculty Development ISD course (3AIR75130), or comparable training. In addition, personnel should have at least 9 months of course development experience. Completion of the Computer Based Instruction Designer course (J3AZR75000 003) or knowledge of computer-based instructional design is desirable. ECL 70.

INTERACT VIDEODISC MGR

Prerequisites: Personnel selected to attend should have completed either the Air Force ISD course (J3AZR75133), the AETC Faculty Development ISD course (3AIR75130), or comparable training. In addition, recommend that personnel have had 6 months of experience in managing course development. ECL 70.

INTERIOR COMM ELECT CL A

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

INTERMED CONTR PRICING

Teaches the study and practice of cost and price analysis in contract pricing.

INTERMED COST ANALYSIS

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 that 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.

INTERMED PHOTOJOURNALISM

Primary emphasis is placed on training photojournalism skills for photographers and journalists to effectively meet service public affairs and visual information objectives. Areas of instruction include: the interrelationships of writing and photography.

INTERMED PROD/QUAL MGT

Prerequisites: Commissioned officers and civilians (GS-11 and above) with a minimum of two years of experience in production or quality management and currently assigned to the field; or successful completion of PQM 101 course at least one year prior to application. Mandatory for Level II certification in Manufacturing, Production, and Quality Management.

INTERMEDIATE ACQ LOGISTICS

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.

INTERMEDIATE ACQU LOGISTIC

The curriculum includes: A comprehensive overview of the materiel acquisition process; the dynamics involved in the development of sound acquisition strategy and its impact on ILS elements; a thorough coverage of ILS program responsibilities throughout the life cycle.

INTERMEDIATE CONTRACTING

Provides the student the opportunity for an intensive review of areas of importance in contract management. Additionally, through the use of school and student case problems, this course provides the environment for the students to improve their ability to identify and evaluate relevant facts and analyze alternative solutions. Emphasis is placed on providing students with an opportunity to develop an attitude, a point of view, an outlook, or a frame of mind so that they may become more responsive and responsible in the management of government contracts. Emphasizes the participative methods of instruction. Lectures will be used for information and updating purposes. Students will be prepared to participate in class discussions. Students are also expected to relate and share with one another, in the classroom environment, their practical experiences. Each student will prepare and submit a written contract management workshop problem. The problem should be selected from firsthand contract administration experiences of the student and may involve any aspect of contract management. The problem will be submitted for review on the first day of class. Students will then present their cases on the appropriate class day. Subject areas such as accounting principles, contractor controls, contract administration organizations, terminations, disputes subcontractor controls and relationships, etc., are reviewed. Credit for this course is also available through an equivalency examination. For more information, contact AFIT/LSA, DSN 785-6844.

INTERMEDIATE CONTRACTING

This is a DOD Acquisition Enhancement (ACE) mandatory course specifically designed for intermediate level personnel in the contracting series and certain personnel in the manufacturing/production series whose jobs are primarily pre-award oriented.

INTERMEDIATE LEADERSHIP

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

INTERMEDIATE SYSTEM ACQUIS

The course goal is to familiarize students with each of the processes, the role of the major acquisition players, terminology they use, and how they interact/integrate in order to be effective. It is designed for new entrants into the acquisition field.

INTERMEDIATE TEST & EVAL

The intermediate test and evaluation course (ITEC) is a 2-week course designed to provide a thorough understanding of the concepts of test and evaluation (T&E) and its application as a management tool for systems acquisition management.

INTERMEDIATE WEATHER

Prerequisites: Successful completion of course E3AQR1W031 000, Weather Observer. ECL 70 SA.

INTERNATIO INTEL OFF BASIC

Entry level intelligence officer training, basic intelligence training to prepare the officer for intelligence duties up to brigade level, basic intelligence skills, an introduction to tactical intelligence, intelligence preparation of the battlefield, etc.

INTERNATIONAL OAC PREP

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

INTERNATIONAL OFF LOG PREP

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

INTERNATIONAL OFFICER PREP

Attended by all international officers selected for CGSOC unless specifically exempted from all English Comprehension Level testing. Purpose is to enhance the international officer's ability to participate in the CGSC environment using the English language.

INTERNATIONAL SEC TT/CC

INTERPRETER

In accordance with SECNAVINST 4950.4, qualified interpreter used for ship training.

INTERPRETER ENLISTED

INTERPRETER OFFICER

Interpreter Officer

INTERSER MECH APPR FIRE TR

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

INTERSERVICE MECH APPR

Fundamentals of automotive mechanics. Vehicle maintenance inspection systems, policies, and procedures. Use of special tools and test equipment. Inspecting, servicing, troubleshooting, and repairing general purpose vehicles to include gasoline and diesel engines; emission control systems; lubrication and cooling systems; transmissions and power trains; front-end and steering systems; electrical system; brakes; and heating and air-conditioning systems. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes. Follow On Course is D148220 for 2 weeks.

INTERSERVICE MECH APPRENT.

Fundamentals of automotive mechanics. Vehicular maintenance inspection system, policies, and procedures. Use of special vehicle tools and test equipment. Inspecting, troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing refueling vehicles to include gasoline and diesel engines and associated components; vehicle electrical systems; power train components; steering systems, brakes, suspension systems; dispensing systems; heaters and bottom loading system. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety-toed shoes. Follow On Course is D148219 for 5 weeks.

INTERSERVICE MECHANIC APPR

Vehicle maintenance inspection systems, policies, and procedures. Fundamentals of automotive mechanics as applied to aircraft deicers, cargo loaders, cranes, crawler tractors, forklifts, graders, materials handling equipment, servicing vehicles, towing vehicles, snow removal equipment, and sweepers. Use of special tools and test equipment. Inspecting, troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing of diesel and gasoline engines; power train components; steering mechanisms; brakes; suspension systems; hydraulic system components; electrical systems; hoist and swing mechanisms; heaters and dispensing systems. Use of Air Force and commercial publications; security and safety. Special Requirements: Safety shoes. Follow on course is D148217 for 7 Weeks.

INTERSERVICE NAV TNG

Course no longer valid - replaced by MASLID D114023

INTL - DAMCONT ASST

To provide billet specialty training to International Naval Surface Warfare Officers enroute to Damage Control assignments in surface ships. Course graduates are qualified to fill the Damage Control Assistant billet in surface ships.

INTL AIR WEAPONS CONTR CRS

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

INTL ASROC MISSILE INT MT

To provide Intermediate Level Maintenance personnel training on maintenance of the conventional ASROC missile.

INTL ASW AIR CONTROL

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

INTL ASW JR OFF CRS

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

INTL AVTRA WTR/PHYSIO N5

To provide designated pilots and aircrew who are selected International Military Students (IMS) with basic skills and initial qualifications needed in accordance with OPNAV 3710.7 series, in order to complete Instructor Under Training in rotary and fixed wing, jet transition, multi-place EGRESS training, Aviation Preflight Indoctrination and other programs.

INTL BASIC AVIATION PREP

Prepare international officers as Pilots and Weapons Systems Operators for successful completion of U.S. Naval Aviation training.

INTL CIC WATCH OFFICER

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

INTL DEFENSE MGT CRS

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

INTL DIESEL SUBMARINE TRNG

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

INTL EOD FAMILIARIZATION

To familiarize experienced international EOD officers and enlisted personnel with basic U.S. EOD terminology, safety precautions, reconnaissance procedures, and tools used in the follow-on International EOD Phase II Course (CIN: A-431-0020/MASL: P123711).

INTL EOD PH I NBC MODULE

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

INTL EOD PH II (SURFACE)

To provide training in the procedures for identification, recovery evaluation and disposal of Surface Explosive Ordnance.

INTL EOD PHASE I

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

INTL EOD PHASE II NAVY

To provide training in the procedures for identification, recovery evaluation and disposal of underwater explosive ordnance.

INTL F16A TO F16C CONVERSN

This course produces mission capable F-16 pilots with proficiency in air-to-air and air-to-surface mission tasks. This course is recommended for experienced fighter pilots transitioning into the F-16. It is also an excellent refresher for experienced fighter pilots who have not flown for an extended period.

INTL F16C CONV, ACADEMICS

Provides academic training required to convert pilots from F-16 A/B to the F-16 C/D.

INTL HYDROG MGT & ENG PGM

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

INTL INTELL APPL OFFICER

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

INTL JT MARITIME TACT DEV

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

INTL LANTIRN IP MED+LOW AL

International F-16C/D LANTIRN Instructor Course Luke AFB, Arizona This track provides flying training to become a F-16C/D medium and low altitude LANTIRN instructor pilot. Emphasizes proficiency and systems knowledge for TFR, NVP, NGP, Maverick, and LGB. Course teaches methods to brief and instruct typical LANTIRN missions.

INTL LANTIRN, MED+LOW ALT

International F-16C/ D LANTIRN Course Luke AFB, Arizona This track provides current F-16C Blk 40/42 pilots academic and flying training required for day or night medium and low altitude LANTIRN qualifications. Pilots completing this course will be proficient in the use of the NVP and TGP for LANTIRN medium altitude employment and weapon s delivery. Course emphasizes TFR operations.

INTL MARITIME OFF

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

INTL MINE COUNTER MEAS OFF

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

INTL MK114 F/C SYS MT

To provide organizational level maintenance and operations training on the MK114 Underwater Fire Control System.

INTL MK16 ASROC LAU/DL MNT

To train personnel in the technical and practical knowledge required to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair the MK-16 ASROC launcher and direct loader.

INTL MK32 SVTT OPER/MAINT

To train personnel in the Technical and practical knowledge skills required to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair the MK-32 Surface Vessel Torpedo Tubes.

INTL MK46 � INTER MAINT

MOD 1 and 2 Torpedoes and related test equipment.

INTL MK46 MOD5 INTER MAINT

To provide Intermediate Level Maintenance personnel training on maintenance of the MK 46 MOD 5 TORPEDO.

INTL MK46 MOD5 TEQ INT MT

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

INTL MK46 TORP STOR/ISSUE

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

INTL NAV INTEL FORNOFF PAC

The NIFOPAC course is designed to train officers of friendly foreign nations in basic entry-level naval intelligence analytical techniques and procedures. In addition to classroom instruction, time is allocated for visits to local community and cultural centers through the DOD Information Program (IP).

INTL OFCR AIRPOWER STRAT

Discontinued course

INTL OFF SCH & SOS

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

INTL OFF SCH (FOR AC&SC)

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

INTL OFF SCH (FOR AWC)

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

INTL OPNS LAW CRS

Provides students with background materials in the complexities of Air Force operations in the international arena. Topics include operational planning, the role of the JCS and unified commands, military justice during deployments and conflicts, law of armed conflict, legal assistance before and during deployments, deployment-related claims, rules of engagement, combined and joint operations, and contingency contracting. Prerequisites and Selection: The Judge Advocate General, USAF, will select attendees from judge advocates who may be deployed overseas or perform duties involving international operations. Special Requirements: A Secret clearance is required for course attendance and will be shown on the orders of course attendees.

INTL SHIP SYS INDUST MT

SCOPE: This on-site course of instruction is designed to cover introduction, description, operation and maintenance of shop equipment, safety, ship techniques and procedures, management and use of technical data, material requirements, quality and management procedures. Course length and location will vary depending upon the shop-related technical or management curriculum, which will be tailored to the attendees' requirements. The quota control activity will advise on course length when quota(s) and convening location are determined.

INTL SHIPYARD MGMT

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

INTL SURF SONAR TECH "A"

The Surface Sonar Technician "A" (International) course is designed to provide selected international enlisted personnel with the background knowledge and skills of sonar operations including the exploitation of oceanographic conditions and environments, and the use of various sonar equipments and weapons that are releasable to foreign nationals. The acquired background knowledge and skills will prepare the students for follow-on training and aid their ability to conduct sonar and ASW operations utilizing available assets.

INTL TORPEDO TECH ADVANCED

To provide advanced maintenance training on the MK 46 TORPEDO for Depot and Intermediate Level Maintenance personnel.

INTRO - UTILITIES CONTRACT

Provides an understanding of utility contract preparation, negotiation, and administration; utility sales agreements; and utility rate litigation preparation and procedures.

INTRO ACQ WK/FRC TEST&EVAL

The introduction to acquisition workforce test and evaluation (IAWT&EC) is a 1-week entry level course emphasizing the basic T&E management and engineering principles, policies, and practices used by the DoD.

INTRO TO ANALY STEREOPLTRS

INTRO TO BASE CE ORGANIZAT

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

INTRO TO CONFIGURATION MGT

Prerequisites: There are no grade level or experience prerequisites for this course. However, it will be more beneficial if the student has had at least 1 month on the job. Prior attendance at a local acquisition process familiarization seminar/course would also be helpful. ECL 80.

INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL MGT

Prerequisites: JOB: Received an initial assignment to an environmental function (CEV or EM) within the last 9 months. GRADE: Commissioned and noncommissioned officers or GS-5 minimum.

INTRO TO EXPED LOGISTICS

The objective of the Expeditionary Logistics course is to provide students an overview of the joint planning process, the joint and naval logistics chain of command and specific issues and concerns related to the deployed environment. The "issues and concerns" segment will include discussions of ordnance, fuel, personnel and cargo management, expeditionary contracting and host nation support.

INTRO TO FIGHTER FUND T-38

Prerequisites: a. Pilots entering this course will be (S)UPT/ENJPT graduates selected to attend operational fighter training courses and who do not have previous pilot experience in fighter aircraft. ECL 80 SR, OPI 2/2. b. Centrifuge training according to ACCR 51-17 is required for United States pilots.

INTRO TO INFO OPERATIONS

Enhances background and understanding of the nature, evolving concepts, and implications of information warfare, including: salient aspects of the information age, the Revolution in Military Affairs, offensive and defensive aspects of information-based warfare, and implications of information-based warfare for the field of intelligence.

INTRO TO LIFE CYCLE COST

A combination of formal lectures, discussion, and group simulation problems. The interdisciplinary nature of life cycle costing (LCC) analysis is stressed as the course examines LCC and the influences of economic analysis, reliability and maintainability, cost estimating techniques, LCC models, logistics support, and procurement.

INTRO TO LOGISTICS (AF)

Prerequisites: Designed for newly assigned logisticians and persons pending assignment to the logistics field. Grade requirements: (a) military officers 2d Lt through Captain; (b) noncommissioned officers SSgt through MSgt; (c) civilian GS-05 through GS-12. Waivers for more senior personnel with no logistics background may be considered on a case-by-case basis. ECL 80.

INTRODUCTION TO ROUTERS

Concepts of Local Area Networks (LAN) administration and management, basic and complex functions of Windows NT Server, Network Management Software tools, TCP/IP protocol, WAN interfaces, Automation Security, and Firewalls. Students will build a LAN.

INVENTORY MGT & WHSE SUPVR

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

IOS FOR ACSC/EXCHANGE PGM

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

IOS/AWC EXCHANGE PROGRAM

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

IP INSTRMNT PROC COURSE

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

IVCS TERMINAL MAINT

To provide Interior Communication Electrician (IC) personnel (E2-E8) with the necessary knowledge and skills to operate, maintain and repair the terminals and accessories associated with the Integrated Voice Communication System at the operational level.

JAG OFFICER BASIC

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

JAG OFFICER GRADUATE

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

JAG SCH/CORRESPONDENCE CRS

JET ENG F-16 ENG RUN **FTD

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

JET ENGINE MISHAP INV

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

JET ENGINE/ *

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.

JINFO WARFARE ORIENTATION

Prepares students for the Joint Information Warfare Staff Officer Course

JNT AERO. SYS ADMIN COURSE

Trains selected individuals in the fundamentals of UNIX, TCP/IP networking and communications protocols, relational databases, and CTAPS systems administration. This course focuses on those individuals assigned system administration duties within the air operations center (AOC), numbered air forces (NAF) composite wings, or related joint organizations or facilities. The course teaches the fundamental concepts of UNIX system administration, TCP/IP network administration and communications protocols, relational data base familiarization, and CTAPS systems administration. CSAC has two tracks. UNIX only track will prepare individuals assigned duties as a UNIX only systems administrator within the AOC or composite wing. This track is 10 days long and will complete blocks 0-14 of instruction. UNIX and CTAPS track will prepare individuals for duties as a CTAPS systems administrator. These students will complete all blocks of instruction taking the full 15 days.

JOINT AEROSPACE C&C

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

JOINT CHAPLAINS CONFERENCE

JOINT CINSGCY/INTEL SEMINA

JOINT CIVIC ACTION SEMINAR

JOINT CMT OPNS

Field training courses modified to acquaint field personnel with specific weapon systems and subsystems.

JOINT DOCTRN AIR CAMPAIGN

Educates officers from unified, combined, or supporting air component commands in the fundamental concepts, principles, and doctrine required to plan a joint or combined air campaign at the theater level. There are three areas of instruction built around specific learning objectives. The first area (air campaign planning fundamentals) examines the doctrine, strategy, organization, and capabilities of forces employed in a military campaign. The second area (air campaign planning process) covers currently available procedures and historical air campaign analysis. The final area of concentration (air campaign planning exercise) allows students to use their attained skills in planning an air campaign plan in stages.

JOINT FIREPWR CNTR CRS

Trains jointly approved concepts, doctrine, procedures, and techniques for integrating combat efforts to services in joint operations. Gives a general overview of the TAGS. Emphasis is on planning and coordination at operational levels below Army divisions and integrating Air Force air support into Army operations through the division

JOINT MEDICAL CONFERENCE

JOINT OPERATION-WESTCOM

JOINT OPERATIONS-LATIN AM

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

JOINT PSYCHOLOGICAL OPNS

Conducted by USAFSOS/EDOP at Hurlburt Fld FL. Provides DoD and US Government personnel with an awareness of psychological operations, doctrine, organization, techniques, equipment, and capabilities.

JOINT PSYOPS STAFF PLAN

National PSYOP policy and organization; PSYOP operational capabilities and assets of the services; joint operational planning and execution system (JOPES); the world PSYOP environment; principles of PSYOP, and staff planning considerations.

JOINT PUBLIC AFFAIRS SUPV

This course will provide training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a public affairs supervisor. The scope of this training includes: tools for measuring effective public affairs programs, assessing markets for public information, etc.

JOINT SPACE FUNDAMENTALS

Prerequisites: Attendees must be nonoperator staff officers or enlisted and civilian personnel associated with space systems activities who require some type of familiarity and knowledge of space operations activities and environment. ECL 80.

JOINT SPCL OPS STAFF OFCR

Provides selected officers an introduction to joint staff activities with special emphasis on unique functions and interrelationships peculiar to special operations staff.

JOINT TAC AUTO SWITCH NET

Designs, manages, and troubleshoots joint tactical communications switched networks comprised primarily of the AN/TTC-39 family of circuit switches, the AN/TTC-42 family of circuit switches, the AN/TYC-39 family of message switches, tactical transmission

JOINT TRANSITION COURSE

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

JOINT VETERINARY SEMINAR

JOVIAL **FTD

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

JSS DP & DISPLAY MAINT

Course is equipment-oriented toward the JSS processor and display equipment. Instruction includes theory of operation, logic symbology, functional analysis; block diagram data flow, programming instructions, diagnostic programs, use of test equipment, and malfunction analysis.

JT ADV MUL-ENG T44 NAVY

To develop multi-engine flight skills with emphasis on instrument flying. On completion the student will be qualified in multi-engine, prop aircraft, possess a standard instrument rating and be designated a naval aviator.

JT/COMB STAFF OFFICER SCHL

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

JT/COMB WARFIGHTING SCHOOL

Senior students (O-5/O-6) emphasize the application of knowledge and comprehension skills developed in their respective Phase I Service schools in a rigorous 12-week joint educational experience. Focus is on joint warfighting and planning considerations at the combatant command level.

JUDGE ADVOCATE STAFF OFF

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

JUMPMASTER

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

KC-135 BOOM OPER INIT QUAL

Academic, aircrew training device, and flight instruction in KC135 systems, normal and abnormal operating procedures, cargo loading operations, ground instructor role, aircrew training device instructor role, and flight instructor role.

KC-135 PILOT UPGR ACAM TNG

Training for KC 135 copilots upgrading in-unit to aircraft commander

KC-135R AIR COND REM. OJT

Field training course modified to acquaint field personnel with specific weapons systems and subsystems.

KC-135R BOOM SLID. RPR OJT

Field training course modified to acquaint field personnel with specific weapons systems and subsystems

KC-135R MAIN FLT CONTR OJT

Field training course modified to acquaint field personnel with specific weapons systems and subsystems

KC10 BOOM OPR BASIC I/QUAL

Provides proficiency training to initially qualify boom operators in the KC-10.

KC10 BOOM OPR INSTR UPG/AC

Prepares personnel for duties as KC-10 instructor in-flight refueling operators.

KC10 BOOM OPR SIM REFR

Provides simulator training in the KC-10 for boom operators

KC10 FE INSTR UPG - ACAD

Qualified flight engineers for instructor duties on the KC-10 aircraft

KC10 FLT ENGR INIT QUAL

Provides proficiency training to initially qualify flight engineers in the KC-10 aircraft.

KC10 FLT ENGR SIM REFR

Provides simulator refresher training for KC-10 flight engineer

KC10 IP UPG (ACAD/SIM)

Trains to proficiency previously qualified KC-10 instructor pilots.

KC10 PILOT INITIAL QUAL

Provides proficiency training to initially qualify rated pilots as crew commanders of the KC-10 aircraft.

KC10 PILOT SIMULATOR REFR

Provides simulator refresher training for KC-10 pilots

KC10 PLT UPG (ACAD/SIM)

Provides proficiency training for KC-10 copilots to upgrade to aircraft commanders.

KC135 A/C CDR I/QUAL PC

Provides proficiency training to initially qualify rated pilots as crew commanders of KC-135A/R aircraft. Student is trained in aircraft procedures, techniques and crew commander responsibilities to effectively and safely operate the KC-135A/R in all phases of flight. Particular emphasis is placed on air refueling, traffic pattern transition and crew coordination. Training consists of: academics - 7 wk; flying - 8 wk 2 days.

KC135 APG**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.

KC135 CO-PLT INIT QUAL(PC)

Provides proficiency training to initially qualify rated pilots in the copilot position of the KC-135R aircraft. Training emphasizes procedures and techniques to effectively and safely operate the KC-135 in all phases of flight. Teaches student copilots the duties, responsibilities, and crew coordination requirements for multi-engine tanker aircraft. Training consists of: academics - 7 wk; flying - 8 wk 2 days.

KC135 INFLT REFUEL SYSTEM

Supplemental training for maintenance personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform field/intermediate level maintenance on aircraft inflight refueling pneudraulic systems. Includes identification, location, function, operation, servicing, inspection, removal, disassembly, repair, assembly, installation, troubleshooting, and adjustment of boom type refueling systems and controls.

KC135 INST A/C CDR (PC)

Flying only course designed for instructor candidates who have completed KC135OFTI, Operational Flight Trainer Instructor Course. Consists of the flying training phase of KC135CFIC, and qualifies ground training and synthetic trainer instructors as flight instructors in KC-135 aircraft. Course is mandatory prior to upgrade to instructor status.

KC135 INSTR BOOM OPERATOR

Academic, aircrew training device, and flight instruction in KC-135A/R systems, normal and abnormal operating procedures, cargo loading operations, ground instructor role, aircrew training device instructor role, and flight instructor role. This course prepares personnel for duties as an instructor in-flight refueling operator.

KC135 NAV INIT QUAL

Qualifies rated navigator to operate the navigation systems of the KC-135 aircraft. Develops proficiency in celestial, Doppler, radar, inertial navigation system and Doppler navigation system as navigation aids. Teaches procedures and techniques necessary to accomplish refueling rendezvous with all air refuelable aircraft. Training consists of: academics - 5 wk 1 day; flying - 8 wk 2 days.

KC135 PLT DIFF TNG / ACAD

Prerequisites: Attendance in accordance with MCR 51-1. ECL 85 SR. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) of 2/2 required.

KC135 SIM CONTINUATION TNG

Provides KC135 simulator continuation training (advanced)

KC135 STRUCTURES TNG**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.

KC135R ELECT-ENVMNTL **FTD

Refresher/upgrade training for a specific weapon system.

KY-99 FULL MAINT REPAIRER

LAMPS AVIA ORD HANDLING

This course is designed to provide a LAMPS Aviation Ordnance Handling Team with the knowledge and skills to safely install and remove aircraft accessories on the MK-46 and MK-50 Torpedoes.

LAMPS MK-3 RAST-ELECTRICAL

Purpose: To train and qualify selective personnel in learning and using correct names of Rast elements and mission phases which will: A. Clarify safety procedures and other precautionary measures through the use of technical documentation. B. Generate effective communication with the landing safety officer and Rast Technicians. C. Simplify efficient Rast System troubleshooting.

LAN-CONCEPTS/CONFIGURATION

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

LANDING SIGNALMAN ENL

To provide selected enlisted personnel with training in the basic skills required for safe and expeditious conduct of helicopter operations aboard non-aviation facilities ships.

LANG LAB MAINT / CASSETTE

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

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR/ADV

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

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTOR/BASIC

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

LANTIRN FMS PREREQ COURSE

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

LANTIRN SPT EQP ADV MAINT

Trains sensor system technicians in maintenance of the LANTIRN system support equipment.

LANTIRN-2 MED/LOW ACAD/SIM

Track 2 medium and low altitude employment - academics and simulator only.

LASER &RADIOFREQ RAD HAZAD

The Laser Microwave Hazards Course is designed to provide a background for recognizing health hazards from non-ionizing radiation sources and for establishing effective control measures for those hazards.

LASER SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS

Upon completion of this course, the technician will have sufficient knowledge and understanding of laser safety to effectively support a laser safety program wherever lasers are utilized.

LASER SYS SAFETY OFF/CAT 1

The purpose of this course is to provide personnel assigned as full-time/collateral-duty, Category I Laser Systems Safety Officers (LSSOs) with the training to identify and apply the specific requirements for control of laser radiation hazards in the ashore and afloat environments.

LAW ENFORCE SUPVR(CERTIFY)

Prerequisites: E-5 and E-6 with CAFSC 3P052/52A or 3P072/72A and DOD civilian equivalents.

LAW ENFORCEMNT APR/CERTIFY

Trains personnel to perform the duties of a law enforcement apprentice. Includes training in OPSEC vulnerabilities of the AFSC, legal considerations and provisions, application of force, threats to US Air Force installations and resources, law enforcement tactics, general security police duties, law enforcement operations, aerospace systems security operations, resource protection, crisis intervention and crime scenes, traffic operations, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, Air Force Occupational Safety and Health Program, blood-borne pathogens and weapons safety, suicide awareness, and stress management.

LAW ENFORCMNT APR(CERTIFY)

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

LAW OF WAR WORKSHOP

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

LCAC CRAFT CONTROL SYS MT

To provide LCAC maintenance personnel with the necessary orientation information, skill development and practical application to operate and perform maintenance on LCAC electrical power distribution, main engine controls, fuel system, fire protection system and craft control systems.

LCAC OFF INDOC

To provide Assault Craft Unit (ACU) Commanding Officer, Executive Officer, Detachment Officers-In-Charge, Naval Beach Group Personnel, CWO through O-6, with a basic understanding and knowledge of Unit Organization, LCAC characteristics and terminology, Safe Engineering and Operations (SEOPS) manuals, mission planning, normal operations, craft tactics and lessons learned.

LEADERSHIP & MGMT G-P-OLAM

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

LEARNING CURVE ANALYSIS/JT

Develops the student's capability to analyze the effects of the cost improvement curve phenomenon in a production environment and to use the analysis as a basis for predicting future production costs. Provides the analyst with a working knowledge of cost improvement curve theory, competence in the ability to apply different mathematical formulations of the cost improvement curve, and an understanding of how the basic assumptions of the cost improvement curve model interact with the realities of the production environment. Emphasis is placed on the application of the unit (Boeing) and the cumulative average (Northrup) cost improvement curve formulations. Various techniques are presented for estimating the parameters necessary to define a particular cost improvement curve, both in the preproduction and production environment. Students will be required to demonstrate their skills by solving short problems and analyzing cases. The computer will be introduced as a tool in conjunction with quantitative analytical techniques.

LIAISON OFFICER - NAVSEA

To provide a Country Liaison Officer to a NAVSEA command to assist the United States with administrative details for International Military Students from the CLO's country

LIAISON OFFICER - USMC

Country Liaison Officer to Marine Corps training activity.

LIAISON OFFICER CONUS

Liaison Officer training in CONUS

LIAISON OFFICER CONUS-CNET

To provide a Country Liaison Officer to a CNET command to assist the United States with administrative details for International Military Students from the CLO's country.

LIGHT ARMORED VEH OFF/SNCO

Provides training of infantry officers and staff non-commissioned officers to command and supervise the operation, employment and maintenance of Light Armored Vehicles (LAV) and their associated weapons systems. The focus of this course is to train light armored unit platoon commanders and platoon sergeants to operate and supervise the employment and maintenance of the LAV-25 and its weapons systems under a variety of environmental and tactical conditions. The course provides detailed instruction on routine vehicle operations, maintenance management, communications, gunnery and embarkation. The course includes instruction on basic tactical measures; security, reconnaissance and limited offensive and defensive operations; and field logistics. Finally the course familiarizes the student with the capabilities and employment of the LAV mortar and antitank variants.

LIGHT ARMORED VEH REPAIRER

Provides level skills necessary for duty as a Light Armored Vehicle Repairman. This course will provide entry-level students with instructions pertaining to organizational and limited intermediate level maintenance for Light Armored Vehicles. This course emphasizes maintenance forms/record keeping procedures, basic operation of the vehicle; troubleshooting and repair of hull systems to include, engine, transmission, power train, suspension, turret, electrical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems. The student is also familiarized with the proper operation and maintenance of TMDE.

LIGHT ARMORED VEH TECH

Provides training in advanced turret system troubleshooting/repair, recovery operations, recovery vehicle maintenance and maintenance management. This course provides advanced instruction to students on the maintenance of light armored vehicle's and their systems. The course consists of inspection, troubleshooting, disassembly, repair, cleaning, assembly, lubricating and operation of major vehicle systems. Heavy emphasis is placed on the turret systems to include the M242 25MM Automatic Gun and on administrative procedures to include the Marine Corps Integrated Maintenance Management System. Recovery vehicle maintenance is taught as well as an introduction to operating its systems and performing recovery operations.

LINEAR 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.

LINK-16 COM PLANNER AIDE

This course provides junior officers and senior enlisted with the knowledge and skills necessary to write the Link-16 segment of the OPTASK link.

LINK16 NETWORK DES & SYS

Focus for this training is on system management concepts and network design procedures as they pertain to the evolving application of Link-16 in JOINT systems.

LIQ FUEL SYS MAINT SPECL

Prerequisites: Personnel who have graduated from the C3ABR54630 001 course and the C3ABR56632 002, Apprentice Liquid Fuel System Maintenance Specialist Course, PDS Code ANR, need not attend. ECL 70.

LIQ FUELS STOR TNK SUPVR

Provides formal training to Air Force personnel (military or civilian) in responsibilities and duties of tank entry supervisor. Training includes use of safety devices for tank ventilating; tank preventive maintenance records; inspection of equipment; hazardous characteristics of fuels; safety and emergency procedures; precleaning inspections; tank cleaning processes, acceptance inspection; and returning tank to service. Course is conducted from April through October.

LND CBT MSL SYS TECH WO AD

Common subjects, missile maintenance management, update training on the Bradley Fighting Vehicle System/TOW 2, LANCE, and Multiple Launch Rocket System and MOS specific subject matter for enhancement of technical knowledge.

LND GEAR BRAKE VALVE*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.

LOG EXEC DEV

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

LOG MGT DEV

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

LOG MGT FOR CIVIL ENGINEER

Prerequisites: JOB: Air base operability flight leader, Prime BEEF program manager, or MAJCOM readiness manager. GRADE: Commissioned officers, noncommissioned officers (E-7 and above) and GS-5 minimum. ECL 80.

LOGISTIC MANAGEMENT/GRAD

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

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

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

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

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

LOGISTICS OFFICER

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

LOGISTICS PLANS & PROG OFF

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

LOGISTICS PLANS SPECIALIST

Prerequisites: See AFMAN 36-2108 (formerly AFR 39-1) for lateral retraining requirements. Personnel attending this course must be assigned or scheduled for immediate assignment to an Air Force operational or retail AFSC 661X0 position. Eligible personnel should attend immediately after serving a minimum of 3 months in their first operational or retail logistics plans assignment. Only personnel with duties in an operational Air Force unit at the wing level or below should attend this course. ECL 80SR.

LONG RANGE SURVEILANCE LDR

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

LOW ALT AIR DEF OFCR(USMC)

Characteristics, capabilities, and functions of the Stinger Weapon System. Operator functions, Command, Control, Communications, Visual Aircraft Identification and Employment within the Marine Air Ground Task Force.

LSO INIT FORMAL GRND TRNG

Initial classroom and simulator instruction for designated Landing Signal Officer (LSO) trainees.

LT ARMORED VEH TECH (USMC)

Maintenance of light armored vehicles and their systems. Inspection, troubleshooting, disassembly, repair, cleaning, assembly, lubricating and operation of major vehicle systems. Heavy emphasis is placed on the turret systems.

LT WHEEL VEH MECH-BNCOC

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

LT WHEEL VEHICLE MECH

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

LVL I ADV COMP REPAIR

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

LVL II ADV COMP REPAIR

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



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