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V. Course Descriptions--Part 3


Foreign Military Training: Joint Report to Congress, Fiscal Years 2006 and 2007
Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
August 2007
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M/GAS TURB INSP TRNG/CERT - MASL : P148029

THIS COURSE DOES NOT CERTIFY INTERNATIONALS.

Provides personnel in the Gas Turbine Systems Technician rating, paygrade E-7 through E-9, the required technical knowledge and skills.

M1A1 ABRAMS MASTER GUNNER - MASL : B122162

INDIVIDUAL TRAINING: Physical fitness; tank weapons gunnery simulation system (TWGSS) operator certification. MAINTENANCE TRAINING: Maintenance procedures used to identify and troubleshoot complex malfunctions that occur in the tank turret electrical; hydraulic; armament; and fire control systems. GUNNERY TRAINING: Advanced gunnery methodology; doctrinal; and technical procedures needed to assess crew proficiency; identify crew procedural errors that cause a tank not to hit a target; provide training for crews to operate the tank to its designed capabilities. GUNNERY TRAINING MANAGEMENT: Battle focused training management procedures with the main emphasis on tank gunnery standards; preliminary gunnery training; supervised decentralized instruction; integration of training devices; assessment of units strong areas and weak areas, and development of an annua l gunnery program that sustains and improves unit tank gunnery proficiency.

M1A1 ABRAMS TANK SYSTEM MAINTAINER - MASL : B144321

Test and troubleshoot systems: iinspect, service, lubricate, replace and adjust components; use of publications, special tools, test measurement and diagnostic equipment (TMDE); fundamentals and principles of engine, fuel, exhaust, cooling, and electrical systems; track, suspension, steering control, hydraulic systems, engine power train, and perform preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS); inspect, service, lubricate, replace, remove, install, adjust, test, purge, and troubleshoot components and control of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems and perform on-board direct support tasks on the M1A1 hull and turret.Test and troubleshoot systems: iinspect, service, lubricate, replace and adjust components; use of publications, special tools, test measurement and diagnostic equipment (TMDE); fundamentals and principles of engine, fuel, exhaust, cooling, and electrical systems; track, suspension, steering control, hydraulic systems, engine power train, and perform preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS); inspect, service, lubricate, replace, remove, install, adjust, test, purge, and troubleshoot components and control of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems and perform on-board direct support tasks on the M1A1 hull and turret.

M1A1 TANK COMMANDER CERTIFICATION - MASL : B144570

Crew stations and duties; weapon system employment and maintenance; crew level automotive system maintenance, and tank gunnery and ammunition. Using conventional training methods, stand-alone training devices, simulators, and simulations, performance oriented training is M1 or M1A1 specific. Weapon/gunnery intensive and trains the student to function as an M1 or M1A1 commander.Crew stations and duties; weapon system employment and maintenance; crew level automotive system maintenance, and tank gunnery and ammunition. Using conventional training methods, stand-alone training devices, simulators, and simulations, performance oriented training is M1 or M1A1 specific. Weapon/gunnery intensive and trains the student to function as an M1 or M1A1 commander.

M1A2/M1A2 SEP ABRAMS MASTER GUNNER (TRANS) - MASL : B122163

Advanced gunnery methodologies; turret weapons system maintenance applicable to the M1A2 Abrams Tank, to include: ability to operate diagnostic test equipment; apply troubleshooting procedures; isolate the malfunctioning component or subsystem fault; and apply appropriate corrective follow-on procedures, and the M1A2 System Enhancement Program (SEP) training, including maintenance procedures used to identify and troubleshoot the M1A2 SEP tank; information and operational procedures for the digital systems software; digital systems interface; interoperability, and integration with other digital systems.

M2/M3 BFV SYSTEM MAINTAINER - MASL : B144566

Test and troubleshoot systems; inspect, service, lubricate, replace, and adjust components; receive instruction of use of publications, special tools, and test, measurement and diagnostic equipment (TMDE); receive fundamentals and principles of engine, fuel, exhaust, cooling, electrical, track, suspension, steering control, and hydraulic systems, engine power trains, and hull of the M2/M3 Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV); perform preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS); inspect, service, lubricate, replace, remove, install, adjust, test, purge, and troubleshoot components and controls of electrical, mechanical systems on the M2/M3 BFV turret.

M270A1/HIMARS LAUNCHER - MASL : B194096

Trains the MLRS Crewmember to operate and maintain the M270A1 launcher which includes the Improved Fire Control System (IFCS); Improved Launcher Mechanical System (ILMS); ATACMS Block 1A; and the Extended Range MLRS (ER-MLRS).

Trains the MLRS Crewmember to operate and maintain the M270A1 launcher which includes the Improved Fire Control System (IFCS); Improved Launcher Mechanical System (ILMS); ATACMS Block 1A; and the Extended Range MLRS (ER-MLRS).

MACHINERY TECHNICIAN MK-A - MASL : P122219

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

Prerequisite: None.

Note: Students must have, or report with sufficient funds (approximately USD 60) to purchase, steel-toed safety shoes for participation in this course.

SPECIAL NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR:

P143001 - DIESEL ENG CATERILLAR

P145414 - REFRIGERATOR & AIR COND

P145423 - HYDRAULIC SYS AND EQUIP

P145435 - DIESEL ENG GM 8-645-E2

P145492 - DIESEL ENG MK30 PAXM VALEN

P164201 - NAVAL ENGINEERING ADMIN

MACHINIST - MASL : B143304

To train US Army/ US Marine Corps enlisted personnel in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 44E10 and 2161 - Machinist, with the basic techniques and knowledge needed to effectively perform required tasks as set out by Critical Task List (CTL) and Individual Training Standards (ITS).

P hase 2 POI 702-44E10 trains US Army enlisted personnel in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 44E10, Machinist, with the common basic techniques and knowledges on Bandsaw Operations; Field Training Exercise train Up; Field Training Exercise; and associated end of module tests.

MACHINIST - MASL : B143303

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

MAGAZINE SPRINKLER INSPECT - MASL : P122035

A follow-on course to qualify selected personnel attached to inspecting and repair activities to conduct shipboard inspections of magazine sprinkler systems. Course includes recognition of deviations between installed equipment and directives detection of incorrect maintenance actions, installation criteria of wet and dry type magazine sprinkler systems, thermo-pneumatic automatic controls, inspection techniques and practical application on functional mock-up trainers.

MAGAZINE SPRINKLER OPS/MT - MASL : P145221

Totrain personnel in the proper operation, testing casualty analysis, preventive maintenance, and repair of salt water activated magazine sprinkler systems and associated thermo-pneumatic automatic controls. Course includes classroom and laboratory instruction including theory of operation, valves, thermo-pneumatic controls and piping. During practical sessions, students operate, test, isolate casualties, and repair operational classroom mock-up sprinkler systems.

MAGZ SPR(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P145068

Totrain personnel in proper operation, testing casualty analysis, preventive maintenance, and repair of salt water activated magazine sprinkler systems and associated thermo-pneumatic automatic controls. Course includes classroom and laboratory instruction including theory of operation, valves, thermo-pneumatic controls and piping. During practical sessions students operate, test, isolate casualties, and repair operational classroom mock-up sprinkler systems.

MAINT DATA SYS ANALYSIS - MASL : D141012

This course provides training for Air Force personnel in AFSC 2R0X1 with the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a maintenance data systems analyst. The scope of training includes statistical methods of data analysis, computer applications, data retrieval techniques, and the operation and maintenance of management information systems. Training also includes the use of computers with remote interface and printers, the procedures for maintaining data systems, the interpretation and use of reports from management information systems, and the presentation of maintenance data.

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT CRS - MASL : P143832

PURPOSE: To train Officers, Staff Noncommissioned Officers, and Sergeants in the elements of maintenance management and limited aspects of the Marine Corps Integrated Maintenance Management System (MIMMS). SCOPE: This course teaches the basic skills and knowledge required for the effective maintenance management of Marine Corps ground equipment at the organizational level of maintenance. Although emphasis is primarily upon the duties of maintenance management officers and chiefs (MMOs/MMCs), command-level applications also receive strong emphasis. The principle fields of study are publications and directives, supply, maintenance production, MIMMS, readiness analysis, and maintenance related programs. UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS: Students should bring appropriate service uniforms. Students will check in wearing the Service "A" uniform. Utility uniform will be worn for all periods of instruction Monday-Friday. Service "C" uniform will be worn occasionally on Friday as directed by the school commander. The uniform for graduation is the Service "C" uniform. PT gear (green/green) is also required to include sweats during winter months.

MAINTENANCE OFFICER - MASL : D141243

This course prepares selected officers for aircraft maintenance leadership and management positions by giving them the tools and training in the essential areas of the maintenance career field. The curriculum provides maintenance management skills as well as organizational structures and management techniques used in the planning and developing of functional areas within a maintenance organization. The training received will increase the individuals knowledge and understanding of maintenance operations and increase their ability to manage at higher responsibility levels within a maintenance unit. Student officers should have experience in the maintenance career field and perform or will perform duties at squadron or equivalent level. Students are required to pass a written and or performance test at the end of certain blocks prior to advancement to the next block of instruction. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I ORIENTATION, SAFETY, OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT (ORM) This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. This block provides detailed lectures and discussions on maintenance safety doctrine, Supervisory Safety responsibilities and practices, and in-depth fundamentals of the ORM program. Concludes with a written exam. BLOCK II QUALITY ASSURANCE This block provides the student with the fundamentals necessary to perform the Quality Assurance (QA) function. Subjects covered include: The role of QA and responsibilities in evaluating and assessing personnel proficiency (including the quality and effectiveness of training programs), equipment and aircraft condition, and the management of specific programs that ultimately increase mission effectiveness. The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is designed as a flexible feedback system for maintenance leaders, supervisors, and workers. Students learn methods to detect negative trends, problems areas, inform and prepare reports of these problems, their likely causes, and possible corrective actions. Quality assurance inspection concepts include: different types of evaluations, inspections and observations that are in the QAP and the Product Improvement Program. Concludes with a written exam. BLOCK III TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT The objective of this lesson is for each student to know the evolution of quality and its principles. Students are introduced to quality approach practices and how they differ from other management styles. The student also learns the concept of quality principles and practices in todays military environment. It also provides the student with comprehension on team dynamics and how to apply team leader skills to manage a successful team. They also have the opportunity to use selected decision tools enhancing continuous improvement efforts, as well as selected data and problem analysis tools. Concludes with a written exam. BLOCK IV TECHNICAL ORDER SYSTEM The student will learn the purpose, authority, and use of the USAF technical manual system, numbering system and filling technical orders. The students are also introduces to the illustrated parts breakdowns. Concludes with a written exam. BLOCK V SUPERVISORY ON-THE-JOB TRAINING The student is exposed to the On-the-Job-Training Program. The students learn the structure of the program and responsibilities to the training program. It also teaches supervisors how to plan, conduct, evaluate and document training. Concludes with a written exam. BLOCK VI SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT Students learn wing programs and operational support. This is a key element in understanding the communication within the operations and maintenance units. Students also define and compare the organization and responsibilities of maintenance managers and sortie production units with reference to Air Force major commands guidanc

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULING SP - MASL : D162011

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

MAINTENANCE/* - MASL : D304005

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

MAINTENANCE/ARMAMENT/* - MASL : D304008

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT - PCT - MASL : P366MGT

MANAGEMENT SUPPORT - PCT

MANEUVER ANCOC - MASL : B121045

Combined simulations exercise (CCTT) and Urban Operations.

Special Information:

M-ANCOC consists of 3 phases back to back (Ph-1, Ph-2 (MOS Specific), Ph-3). Orders must cover all 3 phases.

Active and reserve Soldiers over 40 must complete required medical screening and reserve status prior to attending. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "2" in the physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 (Physical Profile) as part of the course application. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "3" or "4" in their physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 and the results of their Military Medical Review Board (MMRB) as part of the course application. Soldiers who have been before a MMRB, awarded medical limitations, and allowed to retain their occupational classification, will be eligible to attend Maneuver ANCOC and train within the limits of their profile, provided they can meet the course graduation requirements.

MANEUVER ANCOC - MASL : B121043

Common Leader Training, subjects are; Interpret Cultural Terrain; Supervise Platoon Tactical Operations; Define Ethical Reasoning; Issue Plans, Orders, and Annexes; Supervise Detainee Operations; Supervise Platoon Training Management; Conduct a Platoon Fitness Program; Enforce the Army's Writing Style; Construct a 360 Degree Assessment; Assist Family Members of the Unit During Emergencies; Perform in a Joint Operating Environment.

CMF Common Subjects (Universal) are; Troop Leading Procedures and the Military Decision Making Process; Information Operations; Operations Orders and Operational Terms and Graphics; Fire Support Planning; Actions on Contact; Link-up and Relief in Place; Conduct Displacement; Control Platoon Fires; Assembly Area Activities; Assist in the IPB Process; Resupply, Consolidation, and Reorganization; Conduct Convoy Operations; Passage of Lines; Road Block and Check Point Operations; Cordon and Search; Patrolling; Identify and React to IEDs and VBIEDs; Combatives; NCOER; AR 600-9; UCMJ, Separations, and Promotions; NCOPD; Duties and Responsibilities of the 1-5 Staff; Lessons Learned; Command and Control Exam and AAR; Tactics Exam and AAR; 48 hr Simulation Exercise conducted in the CCTT.

Mandatory Training Subjects are; FBCB2; OPSEC Awareness; Risk Assessment; COE/COIN; Lessons Learned; Ethical Reasoning; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Training; Enforce the Army's Sexual Assault Policy at the Unit Level.

Special Information:

M-ANCOC consists of 3 phases back to back (Ph-1, Ph-2 (MOS Specific), Ph-3). Orders must cover all 3 phases.

Soldiers with a permanent designator of "2" in the physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 (Physical Profile) as part of the course application. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "3" or "4" in their physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 and the results of their Military Medical Review Board (MMRB) as part of the course application. Soldiers who have been before a MMRB, awarded medical limitations, and allowed to retain their occupational classification, will be eligible to attend Maneuver ANCOC and train within the limits of their profile, provided they can meet the course graduation requirements.

MANEUVER ANCOC - MASL : B121042

Combined simulations exercise (CCTT) and Urban Operations.

MANEUVER ANCOC - MASL : B121040

Course Scope:

Common Leader Training, subjects are; Interpret Cultural Terrain; Supervise Platoon Tactical Operations; Define Ethical Reasoning; Issue Plans, Orders, and Annexes; Supervise Detainee Operations; Supervise Platoon Training Management; Conduct a Platoon Fitness Program; Enforce the Army's Writing Style; Construct a 360 Degree Assessment; Assist Family Members of the Unit During Emergencies; Perform in a Joint Operating Environment.

CMF Common Subjects (Universal) are; Troop Leading Procedures and the Military Decision Making Process; Information Operations; Operations Orders and Operational Terms and Graphics; Fire Support Planning; Actions on Contact; Link-up and Relief in Place; Conduct Displacement; Control Platoon Fires; Assembly Area Activities; Assist in the IPB Process; Resupply, Consolidation, and Reorganization; Conduct Convoy Operations; Passage of Lines; Road Block and Check Point Operations; Cordon and Search; Patrolling; Identify and React to IEDs and VBIEDs; Combatives; NCOER; AR 600-9; UCMJ, Separations, and Promotions; NCOPD; Duties and Responsibilities of the 1-5 Staff; Lessons Learned; Command and Control Exam and AAR; Tactics Exam and AAR; 48 hr Simulation Exercise conducted in the CCTT.

Mandatory Training Subjects are; FBCB2; OPSEC Awareness; Risk Assessment; COE/COIN; Lessons Learned; Ethical Reasoning; Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Training; Enforce the Army's Sexual Assault Policy at the Unit Level.

MANEUVER ANCOC (INFANTRYMAN) - MASL : B121044

MOS Specific Subjects for 11B are; Proponent Military History; Air Assault Operations; Combined Infantry Tactics; Urban Operations; Platoon Tactical Operations (CCTT, J-CATS); Mounted Land Navigation; Close Air Support; CMF 11B Exam and AAR.

Special Information:

M-ANCOC consists of 3 phases back to back (Ph-1, Ph-2 (MOS Specific), Ph-3). Orders must cover all 3 phases.

Active and reserve Soldiers over 40 must complete required medical screening and reserve status prior to attending. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "2" in the physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 (Physical Profile) as part of the course application. Soldiers with a permanent designator of "3" or "4" in their physical profile must include a copy of DA Form 3349 and the results of their Military Medical Review Board (MMRB) as part of the course application. Soldiers who have been before a MMRB, awarded medical limitations, and allowed to retain their occupational classification, will be eligible to attend Maneuver ANCOC and train within the limits of their profile, provided they can meet the course graduation requirements.

MANEUVER ANCOC (INFANTRYMAN) - MASL : B121041

MOS Specific Subjects for 11B are; Proponent Military History; Air Assault Operations; Combined Infantry Tactics; Urban Operations; Platoon Tactical Operations (CCTT, J-CATS); Mounted Land Navigation; Close Air Support; CMF 11B Exam and AAR.

MANEUVER CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171622

The Maneuver Captains Career Course accomplishes this mission in three phases. Phase 1 is distance learning consisting of 71 hours of common core training to be completed before graduation. In Phase 2 all officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Light Infantry, SBCT Infantry, and Armor/mechanized companies and teams. The intent is that all officers will be able to develop company level plans for all types of company organizations for full spectrum operations in various environments. Phase 3 of MC3 divides the Captains into formation-based small groups to prepare officers to serve in an Infantry, Stryker or Heavy Brigade Combat Team. This phase is contingent upon Human Resources Command providing Captains their future assignment, based on the Army Force Generation model, prior to this division. Officers (including the other branches attending MC3) who are assigned to a HBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an HBCT. Officers who are assigned to an IBCT or SBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an IBCT or SBCT. Officers who are selected for Special Forces will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to the Special Forces Qualification Course. This assignment-based training provides the officers more detailed technical and tactical training for company, battalion and brigade operations based on the officer's future assignment. All officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Infantry, Stryker, and Heavy Brigade Combat Teams.

Phase Scope: Phase 3 of MC3 divides the Captains into formation-based small groups to prepare officers to serve in an Infantry, Stryker or Heavy Brigade Combat Team. Prior to this phase Human Resources Command provides Captains their future assignment, based on the Army Force Generation model. This assignment-based training provides the officers detailed technical and tactical training for company, battalion and brigade operations based on the officer's future assignment. Officers (including the other branches attending MC3) who are assigned to a HBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an HBCT. Officers who are assigned to an IBCT or SBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an IBCT/SBCT. The officers assigned to TDA, ROTC, and Echelons above Brigade or those not having received an assignment attend the track reflecting either their branch or most probable follow-on BCT assignment. Foreign officers attend the track which resembles their own particular unit or branch.

MANEUVER CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171701

The Maneuver Captains Career Course accomplishes this mission in three phases. Phase 1 is distance learning consisting of 71 hours of common core training to be completed before graduation. In Phase 2 all officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Light Infantry, SBCT Infantry, and Armor/mechanized companies and teams. The intent is that all officers will be able to develop company level plans for all types of company organizations for full spectrum operations in various environments. Phase 3 of MC3 divides the Captains into formation-based small groups to prepare officers to serve in an Infantry, Stryker or Heavy Brigade Combat Team. This phase is contingent upon Human Resources Command providing Captains their future assignment, based on the Army Force Generation model, prior to this division. Officers (including the other branches attending MC3) who are assigned to a HBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an HBCT. Officers who are assigned to an IBCT or SBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an IBCT or SBCT. Officers who are selected for Special Forces will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to the Special Forces Qualification Course. This assignment-based training provides the officers more detailed technical and tactical training for company, battalion and brigade operations based on the officer's future assignment. All officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Infantry, Stryker, and Heavy Brigade Combat Teams.

PHASE SCOPE: COMBINED ARMS TACTICS (TACTICAL DOCTRINE, COMPANY/BATTALION TASK FORCE, SPECIAL UNITS, MILITARY POLICE, ARTILLERY, ENGINEER, NBC, AND AIR FORCE OPERATIONS); STAFF SUBJECTS (PERSONNEL, INTELLIGENCE, LOGISTICS, AND TRAINING MANAGEMENT); GENERAL SUBJECTS (COMMAND, LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, DECISION MAKING, MILITARY HISTORY, AND COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS); LEGAL SUBJECTS; MEDICAL SUBJECTS; COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONICS.

Special Information:

MCCC consists of 2 phases back to back (Ph-1, Ph-2). Orders must cover both phases.

MANEUVER CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171621

The Maneuver Captains Career Course accomplishes this mission in three phases. Phase 1 is distance learning consisting of 71 hours of common core training to be completed before graduation. In Phase 2 all officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Light Infantry, SBCT Infantry, and Armor/mechanized companies and teams. The intent is that all officers will be able to develop company level plans for all types of company organizations for full spectrum operations in various environments. Phase 3 of MC3 divides the Captains into formation-based small groups to prepare officers to serve in an Infantry, Stryker or Heavy Brigade Combat Team. This phase is contingent upon Human Resources Command providing Captains their future assignment, based on the Army Force Generation model, prior to this division. Officers (including the other branches attending MC3) who are assigned to a HBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an HBCT. Officers who are assigned to an IBCT or SBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an IBCT or SBCT. Officers who are selected for Special Forces will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to the Special Forces Qualification Course. This assignment-based training provides the officers more detailed technical and tactical training for company, battalion and brigade operations based on the officer's future assignment. All officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Infantry, Stryker, and Heavy Brigade Combat Teams.

PHASE SCOPE: COMBINED ARMS TACTICS (TACTICAL DOCTRINE, COMPANY/BATTALION TASK FORCE, SPECIAL UNITS, MILITARY POLICE, ARTILLERY, ENGINEER, NBC, AND AIR FORCE OPERATIONS); STAFF SUBJECTS (PERSONNEL, INTELLIGENCE, LOGISTICS, AND TRAINING MANAGEMENT); GENERAL SUBJECTS (COMMAND, LEADERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, DECISION MAKING, MILITARY HISTORY, AND COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS); LEGAL SUBJECTS; MEDICAL SUBJECTS; COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONICS.

MANEUVER CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171702

The Maneuver Captains Career Course accomplishes this mission in three phases. Phase 1 is distance learning consisting of 71 hours of common core training to be completed before graduation. In Phase 2 all officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Light Infantry, SBCT Infantry, and Armor/mechanized companies and teams. The intent is that all officers will be able to develop company level plans for all types of company organizations for full spectrum operations in various environments. Phase 3 of MC3 divides the Captains into formation-based small groups to prepare officers to serve in an Infantry, Stryker or Heavy Brigade Combat Team. This phase is contingent upon Human Resources Command providing Captains their future assignment, based on the Army Force Generation model, prior to this division. Officers (including the other branches attending MC3) who are assigned to a HBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an HBCT. Officers who are assigned to an IBCT or SBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an IBCT or SBCT. Officers who are selected for Special Forces will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to the Special Forces Qualification Course. This assignment-based training provides the officers more detailed technical and tactical training for company, battalion and brigade operations based on the officer's future assignment. All officers receive the same training on fundamentals, troop leading procedures and full spectrum company level operations for Infantry, Stryker, and Heavy Brigade Combat Teams.

Phase Scope: Phase 3 of MC3 divides the Captains into formation-based small groups to prepare officers to serve in an Infantry, Stryker or Heavy Brigade Combat Team. Prior to this phase Human Resources Command provides Captains their future assignment, based on the Army Force Generation model. This assignment-based training provides the officers detailed technical and tactical training for company, battalion and brigade operations based on the officer's future assignment. Officers (including the other branches attending MC3) who are assigned to a HBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an HBCT. Officers who are assigned to an IBCT or SBCT will be assigned to a small group with all members pending assignment to an IBCT/SBCT. The officers assigned to TDA, ROTC, and Echelons above Brigade or those not having received an assignment attend the track reflecting either their branch or most probable follow-on BCT assignment. Foreign officers attend the track which resembles their own particular unit or branch.

Special Information:

MCCC consists of 2 phases back to back (Ph-1, Ph-2). Orders must cover both phases.

MANPOWER AND FORCE MANAGEMENT - MASL : B162011

The curriculum concentrates on manpower and force management functions. The subject areas covered during manpower blocks of instruction are tailored to the manpower management functions described in AR 570-4. These functions address the fundamental aspects of planning, programming, requirements determination, standards and guidance, documentation, allocation and analysis and evaluation. The force management subject areas address the fundamental aspects of force management: developing, manning, and equipping the force. Last, HQDA automated manpower and information systems are discussed and compared with the Air Force Manpower Management System. This course is offered in the satellite mode.The curriculum concentrates on manpower and force management functions. The subject areas covered during manpower blocks of instruction are tailored to the manpower management functions described in AR 570-4. These functions address the fundamental aspects of planning, programming, requirements determination, standards and guidance, documentation, allocation and analysis and evaluation. The force management subject areas address the fundamental aspects of force management: developing, manning, and equipping the force. Last, HQDA automated manpower and information systems are discussed and compared with the Air Force Manpower Management System. This course is offered in the satellite mode.

MANPOWER APPRENTICE - MASL : D162007

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in ( Smith Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Smith Manor, bldg 7315), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-377-3803/9976: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** This course replaces E3ALD3S331 000 effective 2 Aug 05. Training includes an introduction to the manpower career field, work identification and measurement, requirements determination, manpower programming and resource management, organization structure and performance management, and final project that has the students perform the five phases of consulting services including collecting data, developing recommendations, and briefing unit commanders.

MANPOWER PERSONNEL OFFICER - MASL : D162014

This is an initial skills course and personnel that previously held a 36P or 38M AFSC prior to the merger are not eligible to attend the 37F course. ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in ( Smith Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Smith Manor, bldg 7315), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-377-3803/9976: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** The course provides training for Air Force Manpower Personnel Officers who possess AFSC 37FX in the skills and knowledge necessary to perform as Manpower Personnel Officers, with emphasis upon performance at squadron level. The scope of training includes Total Force Management Structure, Data Systems, Civilian Employee Management, Customer Service, Air Force Culture, Education and Training, Military Retirement and Separation Program, Assignments, Squadron Programs, Career Enhancements, Employment, Readiness, and Manpower and Organization.

MANPRINT ACTION OFFICER - MASL : B151826

The instruction is designed to provide a working knowledge and specific managerial and analytical skills to the student so that real and immediate improvements can be made in the management and integration of human performance considerations into the materiel acquisition process. The overall focus is on providing the information and skills necessary for the action officer to successfully perform his/her portion of the MANPRINT program.

MARINE ARTILLERY OPS CHIEF - MASL : P122295

MARINE ARTILLERY OPERATIONS CHIEF COURSE

Course is designed to qualify NCO s to perform the technical duties involved in Fire Direction Control (FDC), Artillery Meteorology, Artillery Survey, Target Acquisition, Fire Support Coordination, Fire Planning, and Observed Fire.

"The students selected to attend this course must be able to perform the following types of duties:

1) The duties incident to installation, orientation, and operation of field artillery radar equipment, prepare radar equipment, power generator, and associated equipment for movement and operation, lay communications wire, install and operate field telephones, perform preventive maintenance, construct field fortifications, and camouflage and protect the equipment position.

OR, 2) they should be able to perform duties essential to the delivery of accurate artillery fire to include position survey and fire direction computation. Typical duties include preparation of fire control equipment for movement and operation, performance of detailed survey operations, performance of preventive maintenance, routine testing, authorized minor repairs to survey and fire control equipment, and operation of field communications equipment. Fire control computation includes the use of computer equipment systems, plotting survey data on firing charts, determination of target coordinates, and the conversion to target coordinates and observer s reports into firing data and commands.

OR, 3) assist in the delivery of accurate artillery fire by observing weather conditions and computing and distributing weather data for use in field artillery fire control. Duties include preparing weather observation equipment such as theodolites, anemometers, anemoscopes, and plotting boards for movement and operations; taking readings of atmospheric pressure, temperature, humidity and barometric changes; calculating wind direction and velocity; obtaining readings at various altitudes by pilot balloon soundings; and using all data to compute, prepare, and transmit meteorological messages for the use of field artillery units. Other duties include performing preventive maintenance and making routine tests and authorized minor repairs to instruments and equipment."

MARINE SAFETY EXPLOS HNDL - MASL : P122252

This course instructs officers and enlisted personnel in the proper procedures and regulations for safe shipping and in port handling of military and commercial explosives. Subjects taught include compliance with U.S. and international hazardous material transportation regulations,

requirements for labeling and packaging hazardous cargo, inspections of cargo blocking and bracing, examinations of cargo gear and rigging, container inspections, vessel pre-load examinations, and supervision of cargo handling operations. The course emphasizes 49 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations and International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code.

Prerequisites: None; however, port operations experience preferred.

MARINE SAFETY INSPECTION - MASL : P122226

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

Note: This is a prerequisite for P164010 - PASSGR VESS CTRL VERIF CRS

MARINE SAFTY INVESTIGATION - MASL : P122253

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

Prerequisite Info: Completion of Marine Safety Entry-Level Port Operations (P122233) or Marine Safety Inspection (P122226).

Note: This course is based on U.S. investigative and administrative laws.

MAVERICK - EOD - MASL : P193132

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

MCM PROP TECH O/M - MASL : P123219

MINE COUNTERMEASURES (MCM) CLASS PROPULSION TECHNICIAN OPERATOR AND MAINTENANCE

The MCM Class Propulsion Technician Operator and Maintenance course is designed to provide training to safely operate, maintain and repair the Isotta-Fraschini ID-36 Diesel Engine.

Scope: Includes basic knowledge and functions of equipment, operation in accordance with Engineering Operational Procedures (EOP) and documented preventive and corrective maintenance.

MECHANIZED LEADER (M2A2) - MASL : B121195

Vehicle introduction; safety considerations; hull and turret operations and maintenance; weapons systems training; tactics (BFV peculiar); preliminary gunnery; basic gunnery; intermediate gunnery.

MED LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT - MASL : B152217

The 8B-70K67 consists of principles and techniques used in the management of logistical functions in Army hospitals and TOE medical units. Attendance of this course is mandatory to attain the 70K67 Area of Concentration (AOC). Award of the AOC will be in accordance with applicable policies and regulations.The 8B-70K67 consists of principles and techniques used in the management of logistical functions in Army hospitals and TOE medical units. Attendance of this course is mandatory to attain the 70K67 Area of Concentration (AOC). Award of the AOC will be in accordance with applicable policies and regulations.

MED MGT CHEM/BIOLOGICAL CASUALTIES - MASL : B175322

This 6 day course is taught at two separate sites, simultaneously, to two separate groups of students. The biological portion (Phase 1) is taught at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick, Maryland. The chemical portion (Phase 2), which includes a field exercise, is taught at the United States Army Medical Reserarch Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) at the Edgewood area of Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG-EA), Maryland. The order in which students receive Phase 1 and Phase 2 instruction is unimportant, but each student must complete both phases.

MED MGT OF CHEM & BIOL CASUALTIES - MASL : B175302

This 6 day course is taught at two separate sites, simultaneously. The biological portion (Phase 1) is taught at the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disseases (USAMRIID) at Fort Detrick, Maryland. The chemical portion (Phase 2), which includes a field exercise, is taught at the United States Army Medicl Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) at the Edgewood area of Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG-EA), Maryland. The order in which students receive Phase 1 and Phase 2 instruction is unimportant, but each student must be a registered for both phases and must complete both phases.

MED OFF UNDERSEA INTL**NAR - MASL : P175208

Provides specialized training to physicians (NOBC 0090) who will provide medical services to underwater activities. Includes Submarine and Diving Medicine as a combination of pertinent clinical specialties and occupational medicine. Topics include basic submarine training, hyperbaric medicine, closed atmosphere control submarine medicine, basic radiobiology, practical experience in SCUBA, Special Warfare medical issues, surface supplied air, and mixed gas diving.

NOTE: This is an International Versioin of this course and taught as UNCLAS. Confidential portions will not be taught to International Students.

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE-SPANISH - MASL : B175350

Basic lifesaver measures; basic knowledge of the human anatomy; treatment of complicated injuries; fluid replacement; splinting; suturing, etc.; tacitcal units with civic actions missions and counterdrug missions, including water purification; emergency childbirth and minor surgical procedures; successful completion of the expert field medic course, where students demonstrate their medical skills, under stress, in simulated conditions; minimum of 12 hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.Basic lifesaver measures; basic knowledge of the human anatomy; treatment of complicated injuries; fluid replacement; splinting; suturing, etc.; tacitcal units with civic actions missions and counterdrug missions, including water purification; emergency childbirth and minor surgical procedures; successful completion of the expert field medic course, where students demonstrate their medical skills, under stress, in simulated conditions; minimum of 12 hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

MEDICAL CARE RADIATION EM - MASL : P175050

Medical Planning and Care in Radiation Emergencies

Sept. 18-22, 2006

Maximum enrollment: 28

This 4 1/2-day course, designed primarily for physicians and physicians assistants, presents an advanced level of information on the diagnosis and treatment of acute local and total body radiation exposure, internal and external contamination, combined injuries, and multi-casualty incidents involving ionizing radiation. It is recommended that participants have a basic understanding of radiation sciences before attending this course. Demonstrations, laboratory exercises, and group problem solving sessions will complement the didactic presentations.

Location - Oak Ridge, Tenn. http://orise.orau.gov/reacts/

Registrar: Gail Mack-Bramlette, [MackG@orau.gov], at 865-576-3132.

MEDICAL EVACUATION DOCTRINE - MASL : B175280

Employ the health support system in support of a combat maneuver brigade in conventional offensive and defensive campaigns as well as the operations other than war IAW current doctrine. Employ the evacuation and treatment capabilities, the evacuation system, and medical regulating from site of injury to COMMZ. Identify aviation and patient care issues as they pertain

air and ground evacuation in an NBC environment. Brief an evacuation mission to include command and control (A2C2), logistical support, risk assessment for CHS in the theater of operations. Identify key issues concerning onboard, treatment of battlefield injuries to include triage, assessment of sick and wounded, vaious traumas, IV fluids and vital signs.

Employ the health support system in support of a combat maneuver brigade in conventional offensive and defensive campaigns as well as the operations other than war IAW current doctrine. Employ the evacuation and treatment capabilities, the evacuation system, and medical regulating from site of injury to COMMZ. Identify aviation and patient care issues as they pertain

air and ground evacuation in an NBC environment. Brief an evacuation mission to include command and control (A2C2), logistical support, risk assessment for CHS in the theater of operations. Identify key issues concerning onboard, treatment of battlefield injuries to include triage, assessment of sick and wounded, vaious traumas, IV fluids and vital signs.

MEDICAL NCO - MASL : B175209

The BNCOC courses are under the jurisdiction of the AMEDD NCO Academy. Training stresses the technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat support services. The training includes general military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Team Leader or Squad Leader in support of Army operations. MOS SPECIFIC TECHNICAL TRAINING FOR 76J, 91B, 91E, 91M, 91R, 91T IS INTEGRATED WITH THIS COURSE. Total course length will be determined by the number of weeks of technical training plus the 7 weeks, 1 day of common leader training.

Technical track:

Provides enlisted personnel medical skills needed to function at NCO level on a modern battlefield or in Garrison pre-hospital care and emergency/ambulatory treatment facilities. Subjects covered are: forward battlefield care; principles and procedures for triage; physical assessment of body systems; anatomy and physiology; pharmacology; disease and disorders; advanced trauma management skills, and treating minor medical problems. This course is integrated with the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course. Work uniform required. Strongly recommend IMS be immunized for Hepatitis B. Duration of technical track is 10 weeks.The BNCOC courses are under the jurisdiction of the AMEDD NCO Academy. Training stresses the technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat support services. The training includes general military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Team Leader or Squad Leader in support of Army operations. MOS SPECIFIC TECHNICAL TRAINING FOR 76J, 91B, 91E, 91M, 91R, 91T IS INTEGRATED WITH THIS COURSE. Total course length will be determined by the number of weeks of technical training plus the 7 weeks, 1 day of common leader training.

Technical track:

Provides enlisted personnel medical skills needed to function at NCO level on a modern battlefield or in Garrison pre-hospital care and emergency/ambulatory treatment facilities. Subjects covered are: forward battlefield care; principles and procedures for triage; physical assessment of body systems; anatomy and physiology; pharmacology; disease and disorders; advanced trauma management skills, and treating minor medical problems. This course is integrated with the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course. Work uniform required. Strongly recommend IMS be immunized for Hepatitis B. Duration of technical track is 10 weeks.

MEDICAL OBSERVER/* - MASL : D175077

Student is placed beside U.S. personnel and learns by observation only. Observation experience is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix)

MEDICAL SPECIALIST (BASIC) - MASL : B175211

Scope: To prepare enlisted personnel to become soldier medics and provide emergency medical treatment, limited primary care, force health protection and evacuation in a variety of operational and clinical settings from point of injury or illness through the continuum of military health care. The trainee receives specific training in combat and military operations other-than-war casualty care, medical care for patients exposed to weapons of mass destruction, deployable medical systems, aircraft and ground evacuation, and casualty triage and processing. The course trains the requirements of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians - Basic (EMT-B) as a foundation for the Health Care Specialist. Upon successful completion of this course soldiers will be National Registry certified as an EMT-B.Scope: To prepare enlisted personnel to become soldier medics and provide emergency medical treatment, limited primary care, force health protection and evacuation in a variety of operational and clinical settings from point of injury or illness through the continuum of military health care. The trainee receives specific training in combat and military operations other-than-war casualty care, medical care for patients exposed to weapons of mass destruction, deployable medical systems, aircraft and ground evacuation, and casualty triage and processing. The course trains the requirements of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians - Basic (EMT-B) as a foundation for the Health Care Specialist. Upon successful completion of this course soldiers will be National Registry certified as an EMT-B.

MEDICAL STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP PROGRAM - MASL : B175283

The 6-250-C1 (International) is a multinational, postgraduate level course. For international officers the course is 3 weeks long. The course focuses on strategic planning in the medical arena with emphasis on coalition operations. Major areas of instruction include US Army Medical Policy and Organization, Military Readiness, Medical Observer Training, International Law, Nongovernmental Organizations, Counterterrorism, Intercultural Relations, Nongovernmental Organizations, Strategic Lessons Learned, Media Relations, Force Health Protection, Research and Development, Interagency Planning, and Government Policy. Understanding of and concern for human rights is an integral part of the course. A primary goal is for senior U.S. and International military officers to form close professional and personnel bonds that allow a long-term relationship to develop. Through these relationships U.S. and international officers maintain contacts and work together to support seamless global medical operations. This is extremely important due to the steadily increasing incidence of coalition operations. This goal is accomplished using a management technique known as a "retreat". Students spend as much time as possible together discussing pertinent issues and sharing experiences. During the final week, when relationships solidify, students stay in the same lodging, eat all meals together, and participate in evening functions, both structured and unstructured. This program is divided into three segments. Segment One is for International students only and consists of five days of U.S. Army medical policy and organization, military readiness, and medical observation training. Segment Two is five days of in-residence instruction at the Army Medical Department Center and School, at Fort Sam Houston, Texas focusing on International Law, Counterterrorism, Intercultural Relations, Nongovernmental Organizations, and Strategic Lessons Learned. US Army students join the course at the beginning of Segment Two. Segment Three is convened in New York and Washington D.C. during which students spend five days participating in briefings and guided discussions on force health protection, research and development, media relations, interagency planning, and government policy.

MEDICAL SUPPLY NCO-BNCOC - MASL : B152226

The BNCOC courses are under the jurisdiction of the AMEDD NCO Academy. Training stresses the technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat support services. The training includes general military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Team Leader or Squad Leader in support of Army operations. MOS SPECIFIC TECHNICAL TRAINING FOR 76J, 91B, 91E, 91M, 91R, 91T IS INTEGRATED WITH THIS COURSE. Total course length will be determined by the number of weeks of technical training plus the 7 weeks, 1 day of common leader training.

Technical Track:

Provides enlisted personnel with the technical medical material skills needed to perform effectively in middle and upper level logistics positions. Instruction will provide technical expertise in AMEDD computerized systems, to include the AMEDD Property Accounting System (AMEDDPAS), The Medical Stock Control System (TAMMIS). The curriculum also includes Manual property Accounting Procedures, Facilities Management, MEDCASE Procedures, Safety, maintenance, Fire Protection/Prevention, Hospital Accreditation and other subjects. Course is integrated with the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course. Work uniform required. Technical track duration is 2 weeks.The BNCOC courses are under the jurisdiction of the AMEDD NCO Academy. Training stresses the technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat support services. The training includes general military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Team Leader or Squad Leader in support of Army operations. MOS SPECIFIC TECHNICAL TRAINING FOR 76J, 91B, 91E, 91M, 91R, 91T IS INTEGRATED WITH THIS COURSE. Total course length will be determined by the number of weeks of technical training plus the 7 weeks, 1 day of common leader training.

Technical Track:

Provides enlisted personnel with the technical medical material skills needed to perform effectively in middle and upper level logistics positions. Instruction will provide technical expertise in AMEDD computerized systems, to include the AMEDD Property Accounting System (AMEDDPAS), The Medical Stock Control System (TAMMIS). The curriculum also includes Manual property Accounting Procedures, Facilities Management, MEDCASE Procedures, Safety, maintenance, Fire Protection/Prevention, Hospital Accreditation and other subjects. Course is integrated with the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course. Work uniform required. Technical track duration is 2 weeks.

MEDICAL SUPPLY SPECIALIST - MASL : B152224

The Course provides training in medical materiel procedures in TOE/TDA AMEDD units. Major areas of concentration includes: medical publications and directives, medical materiel property control procedures, medical materiel stock accounting procedures, medical materiel functions at the organization/installation level, and the Army Physical Fitness Program. Methods of instruction include: conferences, demonstrations and practical exercises.

MEDICAL X-RAY SURVEY TECHNIQUES - MASL : B175243

Emphasis is placed on the physical principles of x-ray production and imagery, JCAHO and quality assurance, biological effects of radiation, organ dose estimation, and federal x-ray system performance standards. Practical exercises on survey procedures are an integral part of the course.

MET ACQUISITION CONT ED - MASL : P309133

After completion of the IDARM MET Acquisition Phases I-III, a country may request any amount of follow-on education concerning different topics and as extensions of the initial program. To provide a beneficial level of engagement with the host country, IDARM recommends that the continuing education phase of course delivery continue for at least two years to provide the tools needed for the country leadership to initiate effective change in defense acquisition management processes. In each subsequent Phase III course delivery MET, IDARM faculty will assist the country s civilian and military leaders to set the stage for improving their nation s ability to utilize defense resources with maximum effectiveness in all acquisition-related functions. Follow-on courses are designed to build on each preceding program. Courses can be structured as classroom lecture with case studies, or as a combination workshop and seminar. Potential IDARM MET subject matter areas include: Strategic planning and implementation; public policy and budgeting: Defense resource policy and management; financial management for acquisition managers; contract pricing and negotiations; Acquisition management and contract administration; advanced contracting principles; advanced contract management; Defense systems contracting; contracting for major systems; research & development; contracting principles of acquisition and program management; and principles of systems acquisition and program management. Principles of acquisition production and quality management program management policy and control logistics engineering test & evaluation management.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET CIV-MILITARY RELATIONS - MASL : P309070

The program is a five-day seminar on democratic defense decision-making in a wide variety of areas. The underlying theme of the course is the need for military officers and civilian officials to develop habits of cooperation within an interagency decision-making process. The importance of developing effective civilian control of military forces is emphasized in each iteration of this course. The course relies heavily on interaction among participants during classroom exercises. Because of this, Security Assistance Officers are asked to draw participation from the widest possible spectrum of military and civilian officials, from mid-career to senior positions. Each seminar is tailored to the stated needs of the host nation, and every curriculum is unique. Host nation officials and US Embassy country team members will be asked to help shape upcoming programs and to request new material for follow-on programs. Variations on the central theme under this MASL number can include (but are not limited to) National Security Strategy Development, Legislative Aspects of Defense Decision-Making, Civilian Control of Intelligence, The Public Image and Legitimacy of Armed Forces, Defense Education and Personnel Systems, Military Support to Civilian Authorities, Defense Downsizing, and Structuring Ministries of Defense. Follow-on seminar work, or workshops, can be scheduled for delivery in Monterey, California. CCMR s goal is to build the capacity of host nations to develop and sustain their own capability to present similar material in seminars and conferences independent of US assistance. For that reason, CCMR prefers follow-on programs be scheduled for two years (though this is not a firm requirement). Follow-on seminar work, or workshops, can be scheduled for delivery in Monterey under MASL P309098 ("Continuing Education").

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET CT- REGIONAL CIV-MIL - MASL : P273011

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) conducts one- or two-week seminars in Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism , hosted by security assistance officers in selected countries. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to: (1) support international understanding of the politico-military components of combating international terrorism; and (2) enhance the capabilities of coalition partners to develop effective short- and long-term programs to combat terrorism that are consistent with democratic principles. The Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism course provides a thorough understanding of terrorism in all its forms, with considerable emphasis on strategy formulation and international cooperation. The program utilizes case studies and simulation exercises to stimulate thoughtful discussion, providing participants with the insight needed by decision-makers and their advisors to design successful strategies to contain or defeat modern terrorism. Participation in regional programs is determined by Regional Combatant Commanders, working closely with hosting SAOs and CCMR. Regional programs are financed according to NETSAFA cost-sharing policies. Hosting countries are normally given more seats in these courses than their neighboring states, but diversified audiences are sought. Civilian participation is considered essential for accomplishing the goals of the course. Regional courses can be conducted in a variety of locations, from peacekeeping training centers to hotel conference rooms. The primary requirement is that there be a conference room large enough for an audience of 30-60 people. Two or three smaller rooms are often required for the working/simulation exercise groups (one group can meet in the main conference room). Regional courses will be scheduled as desired, but CCMR s aim is to conduct one regional (or multiple sub-regionals) in each AOR once per year. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET CT-RESP TO TERRORISM - MASL : P309069

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) conducts a one-week Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship (RDCTF) course entitled "Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism" in select countries. The course is conducted by a Mobile Education Team (MET) using RDCTF funding instead of IMET. The key objectives of the course are to: (1) support international understanding of the politico-military components of combating international terrorism; and (2) enhance the capabilities of coalition partners to develop effective short- and long-term programs to combat terrorism that are consistent with democratic principles. The Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism course provides a thorough understanding of terrorism and its remedies. The program utilizes case studies and simulation exercises to provide participants with the insight needed by decision-makers and their advisors to design successful strategies to contain or defeat modern terrorism. All courses are custom-built for specific audiences. Curricula are shaped through an iterative process, using key personnel from CCMR, the Security Assistance office, and the host nation. The course is designed for mid-senior grade military officers and civilian officials from a single country with responsibilities for combating terrorism. Participation is determined by Security Assistance offices, working with their host nation counterparts. The course will be constructed to resonate with the particular audience selected. The program can be conducted in a variety of locations, from peacekeeping training centers to hotel conference rooms. The primary requirement is that there be a conference room large enough for an audience of 30-60 people. Two or three smaller rooms are often required for the working/simulation exercise groups (one group can meet in the main conference room).

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET DEV EFF PERS MGMT POL - MASL : P309140

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a custom-designed Expanded IMET workshop entitled "Implementing Strategic Planning: Developing Effective Defense Personnel Management Policies," exportable on demand to all IMET recipient countries. This course is designed for international civilian officials, military officers in the ranks of lieutenant to major general, and representatives from other relevant government institutions who have personnel management responsibilities in the specific areas of policy, planning, implementing, and overseeing the human resource dimensions of the armed forces. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to instruct participants in the importance of institution-wide policies and regulations for raising, training and managing the force. Policies, practices, and management policies regarding personnel that have been found to be successful in Western nations will be presented as case studies. Depending upon the specific requirements of a country, a CCMR workshop can address the following contents: (1) Establishing short-, mid- and long-term personnel requirements (2) Transitioning from a conscript to professional force (3) Career progression (4) Effective cohort management (5) Promotion based upon merit (6) Techniques for successful recruitment (7) Managing effective civilian personnel (8) Security Screening CCMR s approach to teaching Implementing Strategic Planning: Developing Effective Defense Personnel Management Policies is to focus delivery to the specific conditions and unique requirements of a country. In keeping with CCMR s approach to delivering instruction, priority is placed on the educational component of the assistance. This particular course, however, is also ideally suited for participants to produce, as part of the educational component, a country-specific deliverable (e.g., a draft personnel management policies, review of existing management policies, an action plan to implement reforms, etc.). In the development of deliverables, CCMR stresses the importance of: (1) where possible, the importance of their integration with existing processes and systems, and (2) the concurrent development of implementation strategies. At the end of this course, participants will have mastered an understanding of the importance of the adoption of transparent personnel management rules and procedures, incentives, and matching future requirements to contemporary personnel actions. CCMR strongly recommends that ODC/SAO chiefs identify specific areas of personnel management weakness in a recipient country in order to ensure that the course is designed to address these specific areas, as well as develop draft reforms. Faculty teams CCMR task-organizes each team in order to optimize the specific expertise requested by the ODC/SAO. The specific size of the teams organized for this course will depend upon the number of participants and whether a staff planning exercise is requested. However, as a general rule, CCMR faculty teams are relatively small (two to three individuals) consisting of proven subject-matter experts, who are drawn from around the world. Translation: The course will be taught in English. Where necessary, the course will be delivered with simultaneous interpretation into the target language.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET DEV NATL TASKS LISTS - MASL : P309144

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a custom-designed Expanded IMET workshop entitled "Implementing Strategic Planning: The Development of National Tasks Lists," exportable on demand to all IMET recipient countries. This course is designed for international civilian officials, military officers in the ranks of major to major general, and representatives from other institutions who are responsible for planning, force development and educating the armed forces. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to outline the importance of standardized and customized tasks lists and how they instill discipline into the exercise program of an armed force, as well as contributing to the disciplined establishment of force development requirements that can be clearly linked and documented to the an armed forces tasks list. The workshop will specifically address the following subjects: (1) How to create a national Universal Joint Tasks List (UJTL) (2) Understanding the NATO Task List (3) How to develop Service-specific tasks lists (4) Tasks, Conditions and Standards to drive force development: How to develop and employ Capability Profile Definitions CCMR s approach to teaching the Implementing Strategic Planning: The Development of National Tasks Lists is to focus delivery to the specific conditions and unique requirements of a country. In keeping with CCMR s approach to delivering instruction, priority is placed on the educational component of the assistance. This particular course, however, is also ideally suited for participants to produce, as part of the educational component, a draft national tasks list suitable to the recipient nation. In the development of deliverables, CCMR stresses the importance of: (1) the need for their integration with existing processes and systems, and (2) the concurrent development of implementation strategies. At the discretion and needs of a country, this manual could be subsequently vetted through a CCMR-organized educational staff planning simulation to demonstrate how task lists can be employed to establish future force development requirements based upon operational requirements as expressed in tasks. At the end of this course, participants will have mastered an understanding of the importance of tasks lists for operational planning, as well as for facilitating the establishment of requirements for the armed forces. Through teaching the value of tasks lists, as well as drafting of a country-specific national tasks list, this course will contribute in a meaningful way to enhancing a recipient county s interoperability with NATO nations. Moreover, as NATO procedures are becoming the international norm, the course will also further the ability of recipient countries to contribute to U.S. and NATO-led coalition operations. Faculty teams CCMR task-organizes each team in order to optimize the specific expertise requested by the ODC/SAO. The specific size of the teams organized for this course will depend upon the number of participants and whether a staff planning exercise is requested. However, as a general rule, CCMR faculty teams are relatively small (two to three individuals) consisting of proven subject-matter experts, who are drawn from around the world. Translation The course will be taught in English. Where necessary, the course will be delivered with simultaneous interpretation into the target language. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET DEV STRAGEGIC GUIDANCE - MASL : P309142

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a custom-designed Expanded IMET workshop course entitled "Implementing Strategic Planning: Developing Strategic Guidance," exportable on demand to all IMET recipient countries. This course is designed for international civilian officials, military officers in the ranks of major to major general, and representatives from other institutions who are responsible for security and defense policy formulation, strategic planning, programming, and execution. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to provide instruction and in: (1) What is a Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP) and which key elements should it contain (2) Determining effective Terms of Reference for Joint and Component commanders (3) Methods for assisting civilian authorities to develop effective contingency planning guidance CCMR s approach to teaching the Defense Strategic Planning: Implementing Strategic Guidance workshop is to focus delivery wherever possible to the specific conditions and unique requirements of a country. In this respect, a full appreciation of the size of an armed force and its technological capabilities is paramount. That said, effective planning guidance and execution techniques generic in nature and applicable to most armed forces. In keeping with CCMR s approach to delivering instruction, priority is placed on the educational component of the assistance, reinforced by its practical application in the form of producing a written deliverable, which is provided to the country s leadership for action and the ODC/SAO as a status report of the state of the country s deliberate planning processes. This objective is achieved through the rigorous application of problem solving with particular emphasis on working with civilian defense and military officials in a group setting to develop deliverables for implementation within a recipient country. In the development of deliverables, CCMR stresses the importance of: (1) the need for their integration with existing processes and systems, and (2) the concurrent development of implementation strategies. At the end of this course, participants should be able to develop actionable recommendations to improve existing procedures for the planning and national-level execution of deliberate plans. Moreover, the workshop will have provided a neutral venue whereby the virtues of consensus-building and inter-agency cooperation are demonstrated. Often times, the experience of cooperation and collaboration continues well after the workshop. Faculty teams: CCMR task-organizes each team in order to optimize the specific expertise requested by the ODC/SAO. However, as a rule, CCMR faculty teams are relatively small (two to three individuals) consisting of proven subject-matter experts, who are drawn from around the world. Translation: The course will be taught in English. Where necessary, the course will be delivered with simultaneous interpretation into the target language.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET DRMI (MIDMC) REGIONAL - MASL : P262000

The regional MET is used to program students from various countries attending a DRMI MIDMC in an OCONUS host country. It is not used to program host country participants. See MASL P319016 for MIDMC course description.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET INTELLIGENCE/DEMOCRACY - MASL : P309149

A one-week workshop entitled "Intelligence and Democracy" conducted by a Mobile Education Team (MET). The key objective of this course of instruction is to examine the methods of civilian authorities in emerging democracies can use to establish strong, effective controls over their intelligence agencies. The course first examines the intelligence process in established democracies and the potential problems that intelligence activities can pose to democratic governance. Next, participants analyze the mechanisms used by long-established democracies to maintain control over their intelligence organizations. These instruments of control include use of the power of the purse, structural and organizational arrangements, legislative oversight, and public opinion. Employing the case study approach, participants examine the recent efforts by emerging democracies in Latin America, Central Europe, Asia and Africa to establish their own democratic controls over intelligence and the challenges that such nations will face in the future.

The educational approach of this course combines informational content along with practical exercises and case studies to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed to understand how modern democracies design effective mechanisms to control their intelligence agencies.

Participants: This course is designed for international civilians officials and military officers concerned with developing democratic controls and oversight mechanisms for intelligence agencies.

Language: The course will be taught in English. Where necessary, the course will be delivered with simultaneous interpretation into the target language.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET INTL NEGOTIATIONS - MASL : P309134

This training is conducted by use of a Military Education Team and customized given a country s specific requirements.

The key objectives are:

1. To develop an understanding of cross cultural negotiations.

2. To familiarize course participants with a structured approach to planning and preparing for negotiations.

3. To examine analytical techniques and fact finding methodologies as aids to developing a negotiation position and best alternatives to a negotiation position.

4. To learn and apply various negotiation strategies and tactics and understand their situational use.

5. To provide an opportunity to prepare a negotiation plan and to actually negotiate complex issues in difficult negotiation situations.

The course is taught by resident faculty from the School of International Graduate Studies and Graduate School of Business and Public Policy. Faculty lectures are augmented by presentations from distinguished practitioners who are negotiation experts. The course focuses on planning and preparing for negotiations with a special emphasis on negotiation of complex issues in a multi-cultural environment. Extensive in class negotiations are conducted. Course participants learn their negotiating style preference and how and when to adapt their negotiation styles given the behavior and goals of the parties.

Topics include fact finding techniques, gathering and use of information, selection of negotiators, characteristics of good negotiators, use of teams in negotiations, strategies and tactics for effective negotiations, ethics, types of power bases, analytical methodologies, relationship building in negotiations, developing negotiation arguments and counterarguments, developing negotiation positions, timing and pace; cultural considerations, communication and language barriers, identifying best alternatives to a negotiation position, completing the negotiation, drafting and signing negotiations agreements and enforcing negotiation agreements.

A capstone multi-cultural negotiation exercise focuses on the analysis of information, preparation of a formal negotiation plan, planning for negotiations, actual negotiations and completion of a negotiation agreement

Participants:

This course is designed for U.S. and international military officers and civilian equivalents of grades 04-06, who directly or indirectly contribute to development of negotiation positions, conduct analysis of information or participate in negotiations.

Contact Information: Dr. Elisabeth Wright, Program Manager, IDARM (831) 656-2469; (540) 972-9184, ewright@nps.edu

MET MEDIA AND MILITARY - MASL : P309148

A one week course entitled "The Media and the Military." The workshop is conducted by a Mobile Education Team (MET). The key objective of this course of instruction is to examine the methods civilian authorities, military officers, and the media in emerging democracies can use to structure an effective relationship between a country s armed forces and the media during peacetime and war. The course examines the following subjects: (1) The role of policy-makers in shaping media-military relations (2) Developing a comprehensive media strategy by national security decision-makers and the armed forces (3) Establishing guidelines for media coverage of military operations, press conferences, briefings, and releases (4) Professional roles, missions, and responsibilities of the media (5) Shaping the public image of the armed forces CCMR s approach to teaching "The Media and the Military" focuses on the host country s unique requirements. The course examines the fundamentals of media-military relations as they are affected by national legislation, institutions, principles, and practices. Participants analyze the role of policy-makers, the military, the media, and the public sector in national security policy formulation and implementation. Changing technology, legal restrictions, and public expectations are examined as they affect these relationships. The use of the media by other countries, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and enemy forces, the proper context for psychological operations (PSYOPS), and the staffing process for military public affairs are considered. Employing a simulation exercise approach and the study of operational lessons learned from a relevant assortment of cases, participants are equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to design effective linkages between the media and armed forces. The exercise enhances the capacity for national security decision-makers and the armed forces to develop plans for addressing the legislature, media, and the public, and strengthens interviewing skills by all parties to minimize the effects of distortion, manipulation, and disinformation. The course provides a neutral venue whereby the virtues of consensus-building and interagency cooperation are demonstrated, and applied, with the result that the experience of cooperation and collaboration continues well after the program. Participants This course is designed for international civilian officials, military officers in the ranks of major to general, and representatives from other institutions (including the media) concerned with developing effective relations between the media and the armed forces. Language The course will be taught in English. Where necessary, the course will be delivered with simultaneous interpretation into the target language. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET REGIONAL CIV-MIL RELS - MASL : P273001

Same description as P309070, except that one country agrees to host a MET to which other countries are invited. The hosting country will use IMET funds already programmed for P307090, or it will be given additional funds with which to host the regional program. CCMR has conducted regional METs for Central America, Europe and Africa, and plans to offer that program each year, focusing on a consensus topic within the Defense Decision Making field. Other regional METs are welcome. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET REGIONAL DIILS - MASL : P309062

This is a regional MET with the individual topic to be determined by discussion between DIILS and SAOs involved. As a way of furthering cooperation among nations, and of making the best use of available funds, a Regional MET is planned and hosted by one nation, with invited participation from other nations. The topic is a subject of concern to the nations involved in the seminar. The host nation is responsible for finding a suitable conference site and making arrangements for translators, refreshments, and necessary equipment. Additionally, the SAO may be asked to assist in obtaining suitable lodging for participants from other nations. Sending nations use MASL 273010 to program and send their individual students to the seminar. Sending nations are responsible for TLA for their students, and pay a pro rata share of the cost of the conference, along with the host nation.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET REGIONAL IDARM - MASL : P279300

Same description as P309130 except that one country agrees to host a MET to which other countries are invited. The hosting country will use IMET funds already programmed for P309130, or it will be given additional funds with which to host the regional program.

NOTE: CONDUCTED ON A REGIONAL BASIS ONLY.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET REGIONAL MIL-JUSTICE - MASL : P273010

SAOs may work cooperatively with neighboring or similar country programs to send individual participants to METs in another country. Regional participation in METs allows for several countries to take advantage of a MET on a topic of interest, expose participants to the DIILS program, and take part with their peers from other countries in a MET of mutual interest.

This MASL is for use when individual students are sent to a DIILS program in another country. Specific description DIILS seminars are listed under MASL 309061.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MET TRSFM STRAT DEF REFM - MASL : P309141

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a custom-designed Expanded IMET workshop course entitled "Defense Strategic Planning: Transformation Strategies for Defense Reform," exportable on demand to all IMET recipient countries. This course is designed for international civilian officials, military officers in the ranks of major to major general, and representatives from other institutions who are responsible for security and defense policy, strategic planning, programming, and execution. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to provide instruction in: (1) Defining and codifying the roles and missions of government institutions with responsibility in national defense (2) Formulating long-term defense guidance and plans (3) How to achieve effective Inter-agency coordination (4) How a Ministry of Defense can work effectively with Parliaments and their Defense Committees CCMR s approach to teaching the Defense Strategic Planning: Transformation Strategies for Defense Reform workshop is to focus delivery wherever possible to the specific conditions and unique requirements of a country. In keeping with CCMR s approach to delivering instruction, priority is placed on the educational component of the assistance, reinforced by its practical application in the form of producing a written deliverable, which is provided to the country s leadership for action and the ODC/SAO as a status report on the country s ability to effect defense reform. This objective is achieved through the rigorous application of problem solving with particular emphasis on working with civilian defense and military officials in a group setting to develop deliverables for implementation within a recipient country. In the development of deliverables, CCMR stresses the importance of: (1) the need for their integration with existing processes and systems, and (2) the concurrent development of implementation strategies. At the end of this course, participants should have a better appreciation of the challenges and possible solutions to transformation of armed forces and defense reform. Importantly, participants will have worked together as a group on a national specific implementation problem and will develop recommendations to address this real-world challenge. Moreover, the workshop will have provided a neutral venue whereby the virtues of consensus-building and interagency cooperation are demonstrated. Often times, the experience of cooperation and collaboration continues well after the workshop. Faculty teams: CCMR task-organizes each team in order to optimize the specific expertise requested by the ODC/SAO. However, as a general rule, CCMR faculty teams are relatively small (two to three individuals) consisting of proven subject-matter experts, who are drawn from around the world. Translation: The course will be taught in English. Where necessary, the course will be delivered with simultaneous interpretation into the target language.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

METAL WORKER - MASL : B143301

To train US Army/ US Marine Corps enlisted personnel in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 44B10 and 1316 - Welders with the basic techniques and knowledge needed to effectively perform required tasks as set out by Critical Task List (CTL) and Individual Training Standards (ITS).

MGMT INFORMATION SYSTEMS - MASL : PDET002

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

Note: Students should report 5 days prior to class convene.

MID EAST ORIENTATION(MEOC) - MASL : D126008

Provides a broad overview of the Middle East region with an emphasis on cultural, historical, economic, and political issues. Examines such critical issues as working with the Middle Easterner, terrorism, and political Islam. Completion of this course meets requirements for Force Protection Level I training. GOAL: To provide individuals with an introduction to historical, cultural, religious, and political dynamics of the Middle East region as a foundation for application in future planning or operations. TARGET AUDIENCE: Any military member or government civilian who will live in or deploy to the Middle East region or who works with individuals from this region, as well as those whose professional area of interest includes the region. Adult dependents of individuals on accompanied overseas status may attend the course at their sponsor''s expense, subject to space availability and USAFSOS approval. Dependents will not be permitte to attend the classified blocks of instruction unless the school is provided with proper verification of clearance level required.

MIL OPS OTHER THAN WAR - MASL : P173800

Provide students with a basic knowledge of concepts, terms, organizations, and planning considerations of Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW). 2. Present students

with the U.S. perspective relative to MOOTW in general, and peace operations and humanitarian assistance operations in particular. 3. Prepare students to assume duties on a staff that may be involved in conducting, planning, or supporting peace operations and/or humanitarian assistance operations.

SCOPE: The course includes classes that cover an array of aspects of MOOTW and include legal considerations; training considerations; interagency organization; NATO, UN, and

multinational organizations; intelligence considerations; health services support; civil engineering support; logistical considerations; civil affairs, and U.S. policy on peace operations. Students will conduct a case study and assess lessons learned from previous peace operations and humanitarian assistance operations. The course is taught at the operational level and presents the U.S. perspective relative to MOOTW in general, and peace operations and

humanitarian assistance operations in particular.

PREREQUISITES: This course is open to U.S. Military (E-5 to O-6); U.S. government employees (GS-7 to GS-15), and international officers;and senior enlisted, and civilian staff members of a country s Ministry of Defense.

MTT associated with this course is MASL P309199.

MIL PK(INACTIVE-SEE PDI) - MASL : P176019

MIL & PCKEEP OPS IAW ROL

PKRL is a professional development course that promotes the practical application of the rule of law to military and peacekeeping operations.

What are the benefits of PKRL?

1) Prepares national contingent commanders and staff officers to effectively apply international legal standards to current peacekeeping and coalition operations to include disaster relief operations.

2) The capability of participants to function effectively in a multinational coalition environment is enhanced through understanding and interactive application of UN and other coalition legal procedures.

3) Participants learn how to develop national plans and training to prepare for future participation in peace operations.

Who should participate in PKRL?

The course is designed for military officers and senior civilian officials assigned as peacekeeping contingent commanders or staff advisors as well as attorneys assigned to assist in peacekeeping activities.

What do PKRL participants learn?

The course curriculum focuses on coalition and peacekeeping operations, and stresses the need to conduct all military operations within the rule of law. PKRL promotes practical application of legal principles through expert guest speakers, working visits to the United Nations and Washington D.C., and discussion exercises. A special three day "mini" course on negotiating and mediation skills is offered by visiting instructors from the U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP). The course also features an Informational Program that supports the curriculum with local sponsors for each student and appropriate visits in Boston, New York and Washington D.C.

PKRL is approved for Expanded IMET. CTFP or FMS funding may be used if authorized. ECL: 80.

NOTE: QUOTAS ARE LIMITED AND ARE ASSIGNED ON A FIRST COME BASIS. GENERALLY NO MORE THAN TWO STUDENTS ATTEND EACH CLASS FROM ANY ONE COUNTRY, ALTHOUGH EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS. NOTE: CANCELLATION FEE POLICY: 100 PERCENT PENALTY FEE, ONCE A CONTRACT IS LET OR A QUOTA IS CONFIRMED, UNLESS WAIVED BY THE MILDEP AS PER NAVY IPO 081900Z JAN 03.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MIL TROP MED (MTM) PH 1 - MASL : P175627

MILITARY TROPICAL MEDICINE (MTM) PHASE 1

Purpose of training: Tri-service course provides specialized training in aspects of medicine unique to tropical areas for physicians in tropical operational assignments. Designated CME as Category 1 of the Physician s Recognition Award of the American Medical Association. Scope: Provides a broad range of topics in Infectious Disease and Tropical Medicine, lectures are from world renowned experts. Laboratories are equally comprehensive and include practical experience in visualizing various parasites, bacteria, and arthropods of medical importance. Whenever possible, live specimens are used and hands-on training is emphasized.

Prerequisites: Medical Corps officers in operational billets, Infectious Disease Fellows, Preventive Medicine and Dermatology Residents, as well as GMOs, Diving Medical Officers, Flight Surgeons and Primary Care Physicians and Residents assigned overseas. Applicants should consult the NSHS Bethesda web address http://www-nshs.med.navy.mil/

professionalprograms for specific eligibility requirements and applications procedures.

MIL TROP MED (MTM) PH 2 - MASL : P175628

MILITARY TROPICAL MEDICINE (MTM) PHASE 2

Purpose of training: Selected individuals from MTM Phase 1 participate in a field mission conducted in Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic or Peru. Scope: Includes one week of seeing patients on various services in hospitals to gain exposure to health care systems in developing world. Second week of field medicine where team will set up a series of clinics in remote, medically underserved regions of the host country.

Prerequisites: Complete CIN B-6A-1501 (MASL P175627), MTM Phase 1. Medical Corps officers in operational billets, Infectious Disease Fellows, Preventive Medicine and Dermatology Residents, as well as GMOs, Diving Medical Officers, Flight Surgeons and Primary Care Physicians and Resident assigned overseas. Applicants should consult the NSHS Bethesda web address http://www-nshs.med.navy.mil/professionalprograms for specific eligibility requirements and application procedures.

MILITARY AIRSPACE MGT-NATO - MASL : D129014

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

MILITARY FREE FALL JUMPMASTER - MASL : B126625

Military free-fall jumpmaster duties and responsibilities; nomenclatures; altimeters; automatic ripcord release devices; wind drifts calculations; emergency procedures; oxygen equipment and procedures; jump commands and aircraft procedures; techniques of spotting; high altitude high opening (HAHO) techniques; MC-4 RAPS rigging and packing; rigging and supervision of rigging/inspection of individual equipment, weapons and main parachutes; military free-fall operations planning; and military free-fall jumper/jumpmaster refresher training.

MILITARY FREE FALL PARACHUTIST - MASL : B126620

Military free-fall parachute ground training; physiological training, body stabilization (vertical wind tunnel), basic aircraft procedures, combat equipment (rucksack and weapon), advanced aircraft procedures to include individual exits with combat equipment, mass exits, grouping exercises, night airborne operations, and life-support equipment; and procedures with high-altitude airborne operations. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to perform both night and day combat equipment high-altitude military free-fall operations with and without oxygen.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B172597

Officer basic skills and knowledges and tactical all-source intelligence officer and MI platoon leader skills and knowledges. Subjects include enemy threat, unit training management, electronic warfare, human intelligence, signal intelLigence, imagery intelligence, operations security support, counterintelligence,and tactical all-source intelligence production.

MILITARY INTELLIGENCE CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B172599

Phase 1 trains MI officers at Fort Huachuca in MI common core, intelligence support to brigade/battalion operations (ISBO) and intelligence support to division, corps and Joint operations (ISDCJ) with emphasis to preparation for company command and branch staff duties at all echelons (focus to corps and below). Phase 2 is conducted at Fort Leavenworth as CAS3.

Special Information:

1. Active Component students receive an R upon completion of phase 2 (CAS3). Reserve Component officers receive an R upon completion of phase 1 at Fort Huachuca.

2. Students should bring their last closeout OER and current APFT card.

3. Students should report to the 304th MI Battalion S1 at Nicholson Hall (Building 80505) during normal duty hours or the 111th MI Brigade SDO (Building (51005) during nonduty hours. Visit the A Company, 304th MI Battalion web page on the Fort Huachuca web site for additional information.

MILITARY JUDGE COURSE - MASL : B176560

Scope: Provides military attorneys with advanced schooling required to qualify as full-time military judges at courts-martial. Topics covered include the following: substantive military criminal law; trial procedures; defenses; instructions; evidence; current military judicial problems; and professional responsibility. For additional information about the School visit our website at: www.jagcnet.army.mil/tjagsa Updated: 19 February 2003

MILITARY LAW DEV PROGRAM - MASL : P176026

MILITARY LAW DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (MLDP)

This ten week program offered each year beginning in October promotes the rule of law by assisting military legal advisors in the development and improvement of their own national military legal systems through a comparative study of international and U.S. military law.

What are the benefits of MLDP?

1) Self-Assessment of participating students military law systems based on the "best practices" of the U.S. and other national systems of military law

2) Participants capability to provide legal advice consistent with international guidelines is improved

3) Participants improved working relations with legal counterparts through enhanced understanding and appreciation of U.S. military law systems and. English legal terminology as well as that of participating countries law systems.

Who should participate in MLDP?

Qualified participants will be licensed attorneys or those with a college or university degree in law. Participants requiring advanced studies in international and operational law should be programmed for MLDP-ILOMO (MASL P176029).

What do MLDP participants learn?

Participants study all aspects of military law including international law, military justice and administrative law. Participants attend classes at the Naval Justice School and participate in the DIILS Course on Conducting Military and Peacekeeping Operations in accordance with the Rule of Law (PKRL) and the Legal Aspects of Combating Terrorism (LCT) course. Participants make presentations on their national legal systems and consult with DIILS staff on specific legal issues. MLDP students participate in a community sponsor program and IP activities in Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C.

MLDP is approved for Expanded IMET. CTFP or FMS funding may be used if authorized. ECL: 85.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MILITARY POLICE CPT CAREER - MASL : B171740

The training will be battle focused and will stress technical, tactical, and leadership skills; military ethics; and customs and traditions of the service -- those values and principles which will enhance the officer s professional development. The MPCCC includes the training of the four essential military police competencies of skill proficiency, human dimension and attitude, camaraderie and teamship, and leadership. MPCCC students are trained to develop the doctrinal framework of understanding to allow them to apply critical thinking in the decision-making process. The over-arching theme of MPCCC is leadership.The training will be battle focused and will stress technical, tactical, and leadership skills; military ethics; and customs and traditions of the service -- those values and principles which will enhance the officer s professional development. The MPCCC includes the training of the four essential military police competencies of skill proficiency, human dimension and attitude, camaraderie and teamship, and leadership. MPCCC students are trained to develop the doctrinal framework of understanding to allow them to apply critical thinking in the decision-making process. The over-arching theme of MPCCC is leadership.

MILITARY POLICE INVESTIGATOR - MASL : B173582

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

MILITARY POLICE OFF BASIC - MASL : B121570

Deleted 1 Jun 2006 -- Replaced by B121270.

Build upon and reinforce the common tasks/skills trained during precommissioning service, train a platoon, maintain the material readiness of a platoon, lead an MP platoon in the accomplishment of its combat mission, and train the lieutenant to supervise the garrison unit to ensure that maximum community law enforcement is rendered to the soldier and his family.Deleted 1 Jun 2006 -- Replaced by B121270.

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

MILITARY TNG INSTRUCTOR - MASL : D166037

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

MILSTAMP - MASL : B153761

General overview of Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR) Part II/MILSTAMP application and its interface with other military standard transportation systems. Subjects include Activity Address Directories, Transportation Account Codes, shipment planning, Transportation Control and Movement Document (TCMD) preparation, clearance procedures, address marking, ocean cargo and air terminal documentation, shipment tracing, and intransit data reporting.

MINE COUNTER MEAS OFF INTL - MASL : P123210

Course is designed for the Junior Officer who requires a supervisor s technical and operational knowledge of streaming, recovery procedures and safety practices for surface mine countermeasures. Instruction includes fantail rigging, streaming and recovery of the various United States Navy Sweep configurations, as well as safety procedures and precautions applicable to each sweep configuration covered. Characteristics, functions and safety considerations for minesweeping winches, cranes, cutters, acoustic devices, and magnetic cables and their applications are covered in detail.

NOTE: IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT IMS COMPLETE, P171221, "MINE WARFARE ORIENTATION FOR OFFICER" PRIOR TO TAKING, P123210, "INTERNATIONAL MINE COUNTER MEASURE."

MINE WARFARE INTRO CBT - MASL : P171022

MINE WARFARE INTRODUCTION COURSE - COMPUTER BASED TRAINING

Computer Based Training (9 hours) curriculum extracted from Mine Warfare Orientation for ROKN Expeditionary Warfare students.

MINE WARFARE ORIEN INTL - MASL : P171221

NOPRIOR MINE WARFARE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.

Trains Officers of the rank O1 through O5 in the

concepts of U.S. Naval procedures for offensive and defensive mine warfare.

This course of instruction is intended to indoctrinate international officers in the concepts of U.S. Naval procedures for offensive and defensive mine warfare and, through a program of orientation visits to civic, governmental, and miltary establishments, to acquaint the officers with the economic, industrial, cultural, and military structure of the United States, in accordance with the provisions of the Department of Defense Informational Program as implemented by OPNAVINST 4950.1.

MINEHUNTER COASTAL EM - MASL : P123222

MINEHUNTER COASTAL ELECTRICIANS MATE

To provide insturction in the operation and maintenance of surface mine hunter coastal systems as it pertains to EMs. Scope: Provide (1) general familiarization of MHC-51 class ships, (2) detailed instruction in operation, maintenance, and repair of MHC-5 1 class ships electrical systems.

MINI ELECTRONIC COMPON RPR - MASL : P149061

Provides qualified maintenance personnel with sufficient knowledge and skills to perform high quality and high reliable solder connections on complex circuit card assemblies (CCAs) at the Organization (O) and Intermediate (I) maintenance levels. SCOPE: Includes 2M Program overview, program safety, 2M station operation and maintenance. Miniature electronic repair is the repair of single and double sided CCAs, and includes removal and replacement of discrete and multi-leaded components, removal and application of conformal coatings, wiring and soldering of various terminals or connectors, removal and replacement of damaged conductors and board laminate. Miniature repair also covers electrostatic discharge (ESD) familiarization and handling procedures to minimize ESD risks to the CCAs.

PREREQUISITES: Personnel must be from an electrical background. All students must be capable of performing very intricate and delicate work using tools similar to dental tools. All candidates must meet the following minimum visual requirements which may be met with corrected visions (glasses/contact lenses): A. Far Visiion: Snellen Chart 2-/50. B. Near Vision: Jger 1 at 14 inches, or reduced Snellen 20/20 equivalent. C. Color Vision: Ability to distinguish red, green, blue and yellow colors as prescribed by Boorline Charts, Ishihara Plates or ADD-HRR Test. Depth Perception: Titmus Stereo Circle Chart or equivalent.

NOTES: Basic Soldering equivalent experience is recommended. Contact Lens wearers are recommended to bring eyeglasses. Female Candidates: Due to handling of lead, pregnant femails should not be considered for enrollment. Due to intricate level of work and technical scope, International Military Students pass English Comprehension Test with a score of 80 or better.

Quotas for this training at FLETRACEN Norfolk are controlled by NAVSEA (CDP 350t) (MASL P149061) and NAVAIR (CDP 439C) (MASL P149064).

MISC BUMED TRNG - MASL : P175PBM

Toprovide advanced studies in various specialties for Medical officers.

MISC CONTRACTOR TRNG-PCT - MASL : P179024

Miscellaneous Contractor Training

MISC DRMI TRNG - MASL : P162PDR

MISC DRMI TRNG

DRMI will work with SAOs to design an educational program that is tailored to meet the needs of the individual(s) who will attend. Course costs will be determined based on the expected teaching load.

MISC MARCORPS TRNG - MASL : P129PMC

MISC MARCORPS TRNG

MISC MGMT EDUC/TRNG - MASL : P162100

Generic MASL number used to program students for Contract training billed through the HRO. Training includes HRO courses, time management, administrative officer seminar, executive management, various financial management courses at Scientific Technology Management Center (STMC) and Management Concepts, Inc. (MCI) in Vienna, VA.

MISC NAVAIR TRNG - MASL : P129206

MISC NAVAIR TRNG

MISC NAVAIRSYSCOM TRNG - MASL : P129PNA

Totrain aviation technicians to independently troubleshoot, disassemble, inspect, repair, reassemble and test airborne equipment and related support equipment.

MISC NAVSEASYSCOM TRNG - MASL : P129PSE

MISCELLANEOUS UNCLASSIFIED NAVSEA TRAINING

MISC NETC TNG (UNCLAS) - MASL : P129PCT

Toprovide non formal training in various areas in Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) school houses.

MISL FLT ANL SM-2 SEMINAR - MASL : P199022

MISL FLT ANL SM-2 SEMINAR

POCS for this course: Joe Simon and Brian Park @ NSWC Corona CA ((951) 273-4551/909-273-4502).

MISSILE MAINT SUPPORT TRNG - MASL : P196018

MISSILE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT TRAINING

Training provided on the AIM-9M Sidwinder Missile includes the following elements:

1. Theory of Operation

2. Missile Safety

3. Missile Maintenance Manual Familiarization

4. Missile and Component Inspection

5. Missile and Component Maintenance

6. Missile Assembly/Disassembly

Training provided on the TS-4044D/TS-3860 (series) includes the following elements:

1. Theory of Operation

2. Test Set Calibration

3. Test Set troubleshooting

4. Test Set repair

MK27 GYRO COMPASS OP/MAINT - MASL : P145448

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.

MK29 GYRO COMPASS OP/MAINT - MASL : P145449

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 Preventive Maintenance System (PMS), actual system failures with hands-on troubleshooting, and removal and installation of PC boards, power supplies, the platform assembly, and inertial components.

Prerequisites: Completion of Electronics, Advanced Analog (P131130) and Electronics, Advanced Digital (P131131).

MK41 VLS INTRODUCTION - MASL : P195135

INTRODUCTION TO MK41 VERTICAL LAUNCHING SYSTEM. This course provides a thorough technical introduction to the terminology, capability, and theory of operation of the Mk 41 VLS. Personnel with a technical background will learn VLS theory and can quickly gain an understanding of the various VLS technical documents and maintenance requirements. This course also provides program office and staff personnel with an introduction to the abbreviations and terminology of VLS. This course is an enhancement to the Officer s Familiarization Course taught at FTC San Diego and contains a more in-depth technical theory of operation. This course has the capability of being tailored to the specific Mk 41 VLS MOD customer requirements. Topics include: Safety Design Precepts, Cardinal Rules and PCP System capabilities, characteristics, abbreviations, terms and documentation, Security requirements, System physical description, description of all major sub-systems and equipment Functional description, signal flow, control, sequential operation, and indicators, Combat Systems interface description, Normal operation, casualty mode operation, displays and indicators, preventive and corrective maintenance and maintenance policy TARGET AUDIENCE: Prospective Commanding Officers, Prospective Executive Officers, Weapons Officer, Combat Systems Officer, Missile Officer, and other personnel requiring a basic technical familiarity of the Mk 41 Vertical Launching System. Minimum/Maximum number of students: 1/12

MK41 VLS SYS TBSH-FIT (CN) - MASL : P195168

MK41 VLS SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING AND FAULT ISOLATION TRAINING (CANADA) This course provides a systems level approach to prepare MK 41 VLS personnel to fault isolate and repair the MK 41 VLS to the highest levels supported by organizational level documentation. All procedures are closely monitored to insure correct skill development. Lecture topics include: Mk 41 VLS Operational Description, Mk 41 VLS Power Distribution, Functional Description, Mk 41 VLS Deluge System, MK 41 VLS Anti-Icing System, Mk 41 VLS Launch Control System, Functional Description, Data Reduction, and BITE Description, and Strikedown Operations. Laboratory topics include: MRC M-8 (Status Panel BITE) MRC Q-1 (Motor Control Panel and LSEQ BITE) Status Panel Fault Isolation, Anti-Icing Fault Isolation, Motor Control Panel Fault Isolation, LSEQ Fault Isolation, Module Power Supply Fault Isolation, Power Distribution Fault Isolation, and Launch Control System Fault Isolation. Students will receive the skill and knowledge to perform, without direct supervision, the authorized maintenance level, documented fault isolation and repair procedures; repairs and isolation of faults that cannot be located using procedures contained in prescribed documentation or that require advanced analysis to complete the procedure; and the authorized maintenance level, isolation of launch related faults that require advanced analysis on the MK 41 VLS MOD T. TARGET AUDIENCE: Personnel from VLS related activities who will have direct involvement with the VLS community as well as engineers and technicians who intend to work directly with the VLS.

MK45 MOD 1 & 2 5"54 CAL - MASL : P122038

5"54 CALIBER MK 45 MOD 1 & 2 GUN MOUNT

Purpose: To provide selected Naval Gunner s Mate (GM) Personnel, Civilian Technical Support Personnel, Naval Shipyard Personnel and Allied Naval Personnel assigned under the Department of Defense Mutual Assistance Program, the skills and technical knowledge required to operate, maintain, and repair the 5" 54-caliber MK 45 Mod 1&2 Gun Mount, at the organizational level.

Scope: The course will provide knowledge and skills needed to perform documented preventive and corrective maintenance on the 5" 54-caliber MK 45 Mod 1&2 Gun Mount.

MK45 MOD 4 O&M DIFF - MASL : P122525

GUN MOUNT 5"/62 CALIBER MK 45 MOD 4 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DIFFERENCES

This course is designed to provide selected U.S. Naval Gunner s Mates (E1-E9), with the technical knowledge and skills necessary to operate, maintain, fault isolate, and repair (under limited supervision) the MK 45 Mod 4 Gun Mount. Scope: The course content will include the following, in accordance with approved MK 45 Mod 4 Electronics Tech manuals: a. Differences in the Train and Elevation power drives b. Difference in system sequence of operation c. Differences in EP2 operation d. Differences in system fault isolation e. Electronic Tech Manual capabilities and usage

MK680 CMTS MAINTENANCE - MASL : P195139

"MK 680 COMBINED MISSILE TEST SET (CMTS) MAINTENANCE"

This course will provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to safely and properly perform CMTS general maintenance and fault diagnostic testing, troubleshooting, repair, removal and replacement of components and chassis. The CMTS maintenance course includes but is not limited to the following.

1. Theory of operation

2. Operational testing of empty and loaded VLS canisters overview

3. Preventive maintenance requirements and procedures

4. Fault diagnostic and corrective maintenance

AVAILABILITY: 60 days from receipt of formal request/funding.

PREREQUISITES: MK 680 Combined Missile Test Set (CMTS) Operation Training (MASL P195138) is a prerequisite. Good understanding of basic electricity and electronics. Basic hand tool and computer operation skills. Ability to read and comprehend technical documentation and work instructions. Previous experience in electronic test equipment and systems maintenance is helpful.

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1/6

TARGETED AUDIENCE: MK 680 CMTS technicians and/or operators.

MK680 CMTS OPER - MASL : P195138

MK680 COMBINED MISSILE TEST SET (CMTS) OPERATOR TRAINING

This crse is a prerequisite for P195139

PREREQUISITES: Basic computer operating skills and familiarity with general purpose electronic test equipment. Ability to read and comprehend technical documentation and work instructions.

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1/6

TARGETED AUDIENCE: MK 680 CMTS technicians and/or operators

SYNOPSIS: MK 680 CMTS Operator training is typically covered during the VLS STANDARD Missile (SM-2 BLK II/BLK III) Encan/Decan training (MASL P195145), but can be taught as a stand-alone course. It is a prerequisite to the MK 680 CMTS Maintenance training (MASL P195139).

AVAILABILITY: 60 days from receipt of formal request/funding.

MK74 MFCS MOD 14 OP/MT - MASL : P195170

MISSILE FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM (MFCS) MK74 MOD 14 OPERATOR/MAINTENANCE This is a Operator and Maintenance course taught at PHD NSWC. The course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the maintenance, operation, fault isolation and repair of the MFCS MK 74 Mod 14 Radar, observing all safety precautions. Students learn how to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as well as fault isolation and repair to the Lowest Replaceable Unit (LRU) using the required technical manuals and procedures. Classroom instruction focuses on Theory of Operation, while the laboratory instruction puts that theory into practice with maximum hands-on training. Major Topics and Equipment covered include: Technical Manuals Computer Display Terminal Pulse Receiver/Transmitter (R/T) Personnel & Equipment Safety Overview System Software Overview Radio Frequency Test Target Generator (RFTTG) Radar Set Console (RSC) Radar Data Processor (RDP) CWI Group Channel Selector MK 4 Mod 2 Director Group MK 73 Mod 2 Radar Liquid Cooling Group Dynamic Performance Test Support (DPTS) ECM/ECCM Medium Range Missile System (MRMS) Maintenance/Alignment/Systems Tests PREREQUISITES: Basic Electricity and Electronics, Analog and Digital Theory Required; Radar Principles Recommended. MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1 / 6

MK86 MOD12 GFCS MAINT - MASL : P195182

Gun Fire Control System (GFCS) MK 86 MOD 10/12 Maintenance

The course provides knowledge and skills necessary to enable the technician to understand function and maintain the GFCS MK 86 Mod 10/12 System. The course is split into two courses, 18 weeks for MK 86 Radar Equipment and Consoles and 4 weeks for Computer Equipment. Students learn system functions, preventive maintenance, and basic corrective maintenance requirements of the AN/SPG-60 Air Track Radar, AN/SPQ-9A Surface Search Radar Group, AN/UYK-7 Digital Computer, DEAC Magnetic Tape Recorder, I/O Console, Operator Consoles, Optical Sighting System and Gun Control and Monitoring Subsystems. Major Topics Include: Introduction; Power Systems 1&2; SPQ-9 Radar; Video Processor; Plan Position Indicator; B-Scan; SPG-60 Radar; Digital (Computers/Interfaces); Television System; Gun Control and Monitoring; System Troubleshooting. Minimum/Maximum number of students: 1 / 8. Prerequisites: Basic Electricity and Electronics, Analog and Digital Theory, and Radar Principles. Targeted Audience: Military or civilian personnel requiring an in-depth understanding of the Maintenance, function, fault isolation and repair of the MK86, Mod 10/12 Gun Fire Control System.

MK92 MOD 2 DIFF FMS - MASL : P134179

MK92 MOD 2 FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM FOREIGN MILITARY SALES DIFFERENCES

The MK92 Mod 2 Fire Control System Foreign Military Sales Differences Course is designed to provide Foreign Military Personnel the training necessary to understand the differences in maintenance and operation between US Navy and Foreign Navy Mk92 Fire Control System platforms. Scope: Perform basic operation, preventative/corrective maintenance on the Mk92 Fire Control System Separate Track and Illuminating Radar (STIR) and the Continuous Wave Illuminator (CWI) subsystems utilized by Foreign Navys. Pre-requisite course: A-113-0080, FCS MK92 MAINT

Prequisite course: A-113-0080, FCS MK92 MAINT - P134145

MK92 MOD2 (Deact-SeeTCC) - MASL : P134145

Provides knowledge and skill necessary to enable the technician to operate and maintain the MK-92 MOD-2 Gun FCS. Subsystems include Publication and Documentation, Power Distribution, Combined Antenna System (CAS) Pulse Transmitter, CAS Air Track Radar, CAS Search Processor and Track-While-Scan, Cross Field Amplifier System, Microwave Distribution, Servo Control Cabinet, Command and Control, FCS Weapons Control Consoles operation, Casualty Monitoring Equipment, and the operation and loading of the AN/UYK-7 Digital Computer.

MK92 MOD6(Deact-SeeTCC) - MASL : P134172

MK-92 MOD-6 FCS DIFFERENCE

Provides the knowledge and skills required to maintain, and perform operation procedures incidental to maintenance, for the MK-92 MOD-6 FCS. Training includes practical application in identification and function of system components, casualty analysis, troubleshooting and the performance of tests and adjustments for the MK-92 MOD-6 FCS.

MOBILIZATION/DEPLOYMENT PLANNING - MASL : B171769

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

MORTUARY AFFAIRS OFFICER - MASL : B151781

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

MOS MAINT/TW - MASL : P145130

Toprovide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate and maintain the MOS equipment. The course provides theory of operation, maintenance and toubleshooting procedures for MOS.

MOTOR ELECTRIC REWIND - MASL : P131042

Toprovide necessary training on the specific equipment or skill described.

SCOPE: The Electric Motor Rewind Course Outline of Instruction provides personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to rewind alternating current (A/C) electric motors, operate electric motor test equipment, calculate motor rewind data, disassemble, reassemble and test operate the final product. Students will rewind one single phase A/C motor using the conentric gang wound method and four three-phase A/C motors using the gang, continuity, concentric and lap winding methods incorporating the throw up and throw down technique. The extensive background of motor winding connections will include single voltage (3 lead), dual-voltage (9 lead), consequent and salient pole connections. The student will be able to rewind motors afloat and ashore under normal conditions with limited supervision.

PREREQUISITES: E-4 or below and a graduate of EM (A) School or EM E-5 and above, and have a rewind facility at present command. (If attending under PCS orders, next duty station must have a rewind facility.) All other Department of Defense personnel must have basic electrical theory equivalent to Electrician s Mate Class "A" School.

Note: PO-73 - COURSE REQUIRES FOOT PROTECTION. STEEL TOED SAFETY SHOES/BOOTS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS COURSE. IT IS THE STUDENT S RESPONDSIBILITY TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN SAFETY SHOES/BOOTS. SAFETY SHOES CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE NAVY EXCHANGE ON BASE AT A COST OF APPROXIMATELY 50 TO 75 U.S. DOLLARS. SOME COURSES ALSO REQUIRE COVERALLS.

MOUNTAIN SCOUT SNIPER CRS - MASL : P122297

MOUNTAIN SCOUT SNIPER COURSE

The purpose of this course is to train Scout Snipers to be tactically and technically proficient in a mountain environment. This course includes instruction in advanced marksmanship at high angles with the M40A3 sniper rifle, M82A3 Special Application Scoped Rifle (SASR), M16A2 service rifle, and combat marksmanship with the M9 service pistol. Instruction in high angle marksmanship includes range estimation, determining slope angle and flat line distance, effects of vertical and angular distortion, effects of elevation, and effects of extreme weather.

Instruction in field craft includes stalking and concealment techniques in a mountain environment, mantracking, counter-tracking, oversnow mobility, mountain communications, and mountain survival. Tactical instruction includes employment considerations for scout snipers in a mountain environment, detailed mission planning, preparation and conduct of patrolling, and collecting and reporting information.

PREREQUISITE: Lance Corporal through Gunnery Sergeant. Normal color vision, and vision correctable to 20/20. Highly recommend current M40A3 sniper rifle qualification.

NOTE: NOT IMETP ELIGIBLE

MP BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121270

PROPOSED IMPLEMENTATION FY06PROPOSED IMPLEMENTATION FY06

MSL MAINT & AUTO TEST BNCO - MASL : B132470

This course contains Computer Literacy, Electronic Enhancement Training (EET), Advance Training Simulation (ATS) Trainer, shop operations and supply management, electronic technical manual (ETM), and field training exercise (FTX), required for the training and supervision of an electronic maintenanace shop facilities.This course contains Computer Literacy, Electronic Enhancement Training (EET), Advance Training Simulation (ATS) Trainer, shop operations and supply management, electronic technical manual (ETM), and field training exercise (FTX), required for the training and supervision of an electronic maintenanace shop facilities.

MS-PLATOON LEADER OFFICER - MASL : B175702

Course Scope

To provide 70B and 67J Medical Service Corps officers with additional skills in the area of health service support operations to include inventory and PMCS, loading/unloading vehicles (including evacuation platforms), establishing and protecting a unit area, and planning and conducting unit operations.Course Scope

To provide 70B and 67J Medical Service Corps officers with additional skills in the area of health service support operations to include inventory and PMCS, loading/unloading vehicles (including evacuation platforms), establishing and protecting a unit area, and planning and conducting unit operations.

MS-PLATOON LEADER OFFICER BASIC (OBLC) - MASL : B175205

This course meets the requirements of Initial Entry Training mandated by Title 10, U.S. Code, the completion of which is required before an officer can be deployed outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). The course is divided into three modules: Preparatory, Common Core, and Track. 1. Preparatory (1 week in duration). This module must be attended by those officers who have: a. NOT had prior ARMY service or pre-commissioning training (e.g., U.S. Military Academy, Reserve Officer Training Corps, Officer Candidate School) within the past 4 years OR b. Served less than 12 months in their Army National Guard or U.S. Army Reserve Unit. (NOTE: Assignment officers should also consider sending officers with special circumstances who would also benefit from attending this Preparatory Module.) 2. Common Core (8 weeks in duratin). a. After students complete the Preparatory Module, they attend the Common Core Module along with those OBC students who have had prior Army experience. b. The Common Core consists of 3 weeks of gneral military subjects, a 1-week field training exercise (FTX), and 4 weeks of Leader Competencies Training. 3. Track. a. The Track Module begins immediately following the Common Corps Module. b. There are 16 Track that run concurrently with students attending the Track that pertains to their specific Area of concentratin (AOC). (For track lengths, see below.) There is NO track training during mobilization. c. Track lengths are as follows: Length ZA Army Nurse Corps (AN) 2wks ZB Army Dental Corps (DC) 2wks ZC Medical Corps (MC) lwk ZD Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(70B/67J) Platoon Leader 2wks ZE Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(71A,B,E) Laboratory 2wks ZF Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(72C67) Audiology 2wks ZG Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(72D/72E) Envir Sci/Engineer 2wks ZH Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(72A67) NBC 2wks ZI Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(73A/B) Behavioral Science 2wks ZJ Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(67E) Pharmacy 2wks ZK Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(67F) Optometry 2wks ZL Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/{65A) Occupational Therapy lwk ZM Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/(65B) Physical Therapy lwk ZN Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/(65C) Dietitian lwk ZO Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/(65D) Physician Assistant 2wks ZP Veterinary Corps (VC) 5wks

MTT - AIM-7 - MASL : P308006

MTT includes AIM-7 Missile Handling Maintenance and AUR/GCS Testing. (Consists of training from resident courses P196007 and P196008). pj

MTT - AIM-9M SIDEWINDER - MASL : P308005

Provides AIM-9M Sidwinder Missile training including the following elements:

1. Theory of Operation

2. Missile Safety

3. Missile Maintenance Manual Familiarization

4. Missile and Component Inspection

5. Missile and Component Maintenance

6. Missile Assembly/Disassembly

Resident course is P196015 - NAWC China Lake

MTT - MOBILE TRAINING TEAM - MASL : B319001

This MASL is used when a Mobile Training Team is required.This MASL is used when a Mobile Training Team is required.

MTT ACOUSTIC INTELLIGENCE - MASL : P309200

MTT ACOUSTIC INTELLIGENCE

MTT ADV ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS - MASL : P309275

To provide the foreign military acoustic analysis operator with advanced training in acoustic analysis knowledge requirements and signature interpretation, without leaving the area of his command.

Scope: To accomplish this purpose, the student will review acoustical math, diesel propulsion systems and auxiliaries, nuclear propulsion systems and auxiliaries and review gram analysis procedures.

Note: Candidate must be an acoustic analysis operator.

MTT ADV O/BOARD MTR MTCG19 - MASL : P304018

This course teaches advanced outboard preventative maintenance and advanced troubleshooting techniques and complete disassembly and re-assembly of power heads. Students will receive classroom instruction as well as practical experience in major engine overhaul procedures. This course is designed for Outboard Motor Corporation (OMC) outboard motors. However, it can be modified to include other engine manufacturers.

Class Size:

Maximum: 20 students

Minimum: 12 students

Materials: Host country must have outboard motors to work on, including required special tools and manuals for specific motors.

Prerequisite: Completion of Outboard Motor Maintenance (P314101) and a background in engineering.

Note: Requests for MET/MTTs must be specific and include as much background information as possible (See Page V-19 Specifically needed is manufacturer s information on host nation outboard motors.

MTT ADV O/BOARD MTR MTCG19 - MASL : P314103

This course teaches advanced outboard preventative maintenance and advanced troubleshooting techniques and complete disassembly and re-assembly of power heads. Students will receive classroom instruction as well as practical experience in major engine overhaul procedures. This course is designed for Outboard Motor Corporation (OMC) outboard motors. However, it can be modified to include other engine manufacturers.

Class Size:

Maximum: 20 students

Minimum: 12 students

Materials: Host country must have outboard motors to work on, including required special tools and manuals for specific motors.

Prerequisite: Completion of Outboard Motor Maintenance (P314101) and a background in engineering.

Note: Requests for MET/MTTs must be specific and include as much background information as possible (See Page V-19 Specifically needed is manufacturer s information on host nation outboard motors.

MTT AEGIS SHIP TRNG - MASL : P309404

GIS TRAREDCEN SHIPBOARD TRAINING

MTT CG LDRSHP MGMT COURSE - MASL : P305025

This course develops greater leadership skills for officers and petty officers. It gives them management tools to more effectively achieve their unit s missions. Emphasis is place on understanding one s own strengths and weaknesses before attempting to change the unit or others. The curriculum utilizes class discussion, group interaction, role plays, case studies, and experiential learning to cover topics including:

Self Awareness

Motivation

Theories of Leadership

Teamwork

Conflict management

Process Management

Performance Appraisal

Ethics

Communications

Performance Problem Solving

Change Leadership

MTT COASTAL SAR OPS 23 - MASL : P309163

This course provides qualified coxswains and patrol boat crews with hands on experience in conducting coastal search and rescue operations. Topics covered include: awareness and initial actions; coxswain duties and decision making; boat crew duties and responsibilities; search area description; selecting, plotting, and navigating search patterns; vessel approaches; stern and alongside towing; communications; risk management and public relations. The course includes two days of classroom instruction on search and rescue planning and three days of underway-operational training, with a final search and rescue exercise.

Class Size:

Maximum: 16 coxswains

Minimum: 4 coxswains

Up to eight additional small boat crew members and operations center personnel are encouraged to attend the two days of classroom instruction.

MTT CONTAINER INSPECTION - MASL : P309165

This course is designed for enforcement personnel who will be conducting inspections of inter-modal shipping containers. The curriculum consists of various modules so that the MET/MTT can be tailored for the appropriate target audience. The following subjects can be included: primary dangerous goods shipping regulations, radioactive shipments, explosive shipments, shipboard stowage and segregation of dangerous goods, multi- agency strike force operation planning and execution, government/industry partnership training, safety awareness training, and dangerous goods material communications for response personnel. The target audience can range from government or industry personnel with no to little, basic or extensive knowledge of shipment of dangerous goods, including personnel from various agencies that have an overlapping responsibility for inspections of intermodal shipping containers for dangerous goods, drugs and other contraband.

MTT CONTR MISC - MASL : P309508

MOBILE TRAINING TEAM (CONTRACTOR TAUGHT) MISCELLANEOUS

MTT CT - LEGAL ASPECTS - MASL : P309063

Combating terrorism is a complicated matter involving the cooperative efforts of agencies within a country and the entire international community. This seminar discusses the many legal questions that arise out of this developing problem including International Law and Terrorism, International Agencies and Terrorism. Coalitions and Alliances Designed to Combat Terrorism, Use of Force, Rules of Engagement, Status of Forces Agreements, Investigation and Prosecution of Terrorists, and Interagency Cooperation.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MTT CT-HOSTAGE NEGOTIATION - MASL : P319049

MTT- COUNTER TERRORISM - HOSTAGE NEGOTIATION

Training provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

Purpose: The course, which consists of classroom instruction and role-play scenarios, will train participants on the basic skills required to effectively communicate with individuals in a crisis, to include trapped criminals (including terrorists), suicidal people, and barricaded individuals involved in elevated domestic/relationship problems. At the end of the course, participants will be better able to conduct hostage negotiations in a crisis point as well as be able to organize a Negotiation Operations Center and interact with other crisis response entities such as the tactical and command elements.

MTT DRMEC - OVERSEAS - MASL : P319016

Mobile education teams from the Defense Resources Management Institute (DRMI), Monterey, California teach the Mobile International Defense Management Course (MIDMC). The course focus is resources management and analytical decison making and can be tailored to address the specific needs of the host nation. Sufficient lead time is essential for the proper planning and preparation of these mobile courses. Logistics considerations that must be addressed prior to programming include expected numbers and characteristics of participants, language requirements, translation needs, on-site facilities, equipment, lodging and transportation. (Participants from countries, other than the host, should use MASL# P262000.)

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MTT ENG/LOG ADMIN TRNG O/S - MASL : P314100

This course assists countries in developing an engineering and logistics support system necessary for vessels and support facilities conducting Coast Guard type missions. Basic training is provided in safety, preventative maintenance systems (3M type), engineering logs, records, budgeting and finance.

Class Size:

Maximum: 32 students

Minimum: 12 students

Material: Host nation will need to provide the following:

� Slide projector

� Overhead projector

Classroom large enough for number of students (preferably climate controlled) with tables and chairs.

Prerequisite: None.

Notes: Students should work in engineering jobs and/or be responsible for management of engineering records, procurement, and supply.

Requests for MET/MTTs must be specific and include as much background information as possible (See Page V-19.) This course is most effective when it is tailored to the host country s needs. Trainers will need to know what equipment the country is required to maintain.

MTT GLOBAL PEACE OPS INIT - MASL : P309157

MTT - PLANNING CONFERENCE IN SUPPORT OF EXERCISE KHAN QUEST 06 IN SUPPORT OF THE GLOBAL PEACE OPERATIONS INITIATIVE. PRINCIPLE GOAL IS TO ESTABLISH THE FRAMEWORK FOR THE CONDUCT OF EXERCISE KHAN QUEST WHICH WILL BE THE CAPSTONE EXERCISE FOR GPOI FOR FY06.

MTT HULL MT&DMG CONT CG14 - MASL : P314102

This course teaches basic preventative maintenance and repair for fiberglass, aluminum and steel-hulled vessels. Course will be tailored to host nations vessel types.

Class Size:

Maximum: 20 students

Minimum: 12 students

Materials: Materials will need to be purchased in country prior to training teams arrival. Lists of materials will be developed by International Training Division at Yorktown with sufficient lead-time to make procurements.

Prerequisite: Students must have a background in engineering or damage control.

Note: Requests for MET/MTTs must be specific and include as much background information as possible (See Page V-19.) Specifically needed is manufacturers information on the host nations vessels hull materials.

MTT IRST TEST/EQUIP (KS) - MASL : P309504

MOBILE TRAINING TEAM - INFRARED SEARCH AND TRACK (IRST) TEST AND EQUPMENT (KOREA)

This course provides the KDX-III ITT Personnel with the general knowledge of the Infrared principles, general knowledge of the system and system operation, and the necessary skills to conduct IRST part of the Combat System Acceptance Tests.

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics and optics

Security Clearance of SECRET

Normal color vision

MTT- JOINT OPERATIONS - MASL : B302026

The students will learn to function as multinational and joint operations officers. The course is partitioned into six sections: national defense strategy, military instruments of power, joint planning, crisis-action planning, regional contingency planning, and a force-projection wargame. National defense strategy consists of strategic concepts, domestic and internal factors influencing a nations foreign policy agenda, an analysis of national security and military strategy and the relationship between the two. Military instruments of power describe the structure, missions and functions of the Department of Defense, to include the joint commands and the services (Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force). Joint planning training consists of instruction in deliberate planning (initiation, concept development, and plan development procedures), and crisis action planning procedures (CAP). Regional contingency planning consists of mission analysis, planning guidance, staff estimates, commanders estimates, concept of operations, and concept review. The plan development phase includes force planning, support planning, and transportation planning. The joint operations force projections wargame is conducted as a capstone exercise to integrate all previous joint operations instruction.The students will learn to function as multinational and joint operations officers. The course is partitioned into six sections: national defense strategy, military instruments of power, joint planning, crisis-action planning, regional contingency planning, and a force-projection wargame. National defense strategy consists of strategic concepts, domestic and internal factors influencing a nations foreign policy agenda, an analysis of national security and military strategy and the relationship between the two. Military instruments of power describe the structure, missions and functions of the Department of Defense, to include the joint commands and the services (Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force). Joint planning training consists of instruction in deliberate planning (initiation, concept development, and plan development procedures), and crisis action planning procedures (CAP). Regional contingency planning consists of mission analysis, planning guidance, staff estimates, commanders estimates, concept of operations, and concept review. The plan development phase includes force planning, support planning, and transportation planning. The joint operations force projections wargame is conducted as a capstone exercise to integrate all previous joint operations instruction.

MTT JTIDS 201 - MASL : P303012

USJFCOM OPERATIONAL TRAINING COURSE -LINK 16 PLANNER S COURSE- JT-201

The purpose of this advanced course is designed to provide knowledge, comprehension, applied and analytical levels of instruction to experienced Link 16 operators, planners, and designers on the planning and re-planning techniques used at the operational level. The course provides training in Link 16 planning involving OPLAN/OPORD, platform capabilities and limitations, Advanced Link 16, Joint Range Extension Applicaiton Protocol, Link 16 network equipment, Information Exchange Requirements, Network Description Documentation, OPTASK Link Planning, synchronization, navigation, troubleshooting and electromagnetic compatability. This course consists of 10 academic training days (ATD) consisting of two major blocks of instruction: planning and re-planning. The course is designed for a class size of 20 foreign students with an instructor to student ratio of at least 1:4.

MTT MAINT - NAVAIR - MASL : P304012

MTT MAINT - NAVAIR

MTT MAINTENANCE NAVSCIATTS - MASL : P309173

MOBILE TRAINING TEAM SMALL CRAFT OPERATIONS NAVSCIATTS

Provide basic tailored training necessary to maintain and extend the service lifecycle of small craft diesel and outboard engines.

SCOPE: Provide knowledge of basic diesel characteristics and specifications, operating principles, lubrication systems, cooling systems, air and fuel systems. Instruction of outboard motor design and construction, internal combustion theory, preventive and corrective maintenance, overhaul, troubleshooting and operation. Learn how to use manufacturers manuals for practical application and as a training aid reference.

MTT MAR ENVIRON SECUR SEM - MASL : P319043

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

� Waterfront Facility Designations and Inspections

� Freight Vessel/Tank Vessel Navigation Safety and Pollution Prevention Examinations

� Maritime Pollution Laws (MARPOL Annexes I through V)

� Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Conventions

� International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG)

� International Hazard Classes

� Cargo Stowage and Segregation

� Freight Container Inspections

� Maritime Occupational Safety and Health

� Spill Containment/Recovery Devices and Techniques

� Shoreline Cleanup Techniques and Damage Assessment

� Contingency Planning

� Incident Command System (ICS)

Seminar Size: Class Size:

Maximum: 12 persons Maximum: 24 students

Minimum: 6 persons Minimum: 12 students

MTT MARINE CORPS - MASL : P302301

MTT MARINE CORPS

MTT MARITIME CRISIS MGMT - MASL : P319149

Coast Guard Maritime Crisis Management Seminar (CG-27)

This course is designed to provide the skills necessary for decision-makers to manage, respond to and mitigate an emergency or crisis incident within a maritime port. Inter-agency cooperation and support are emphasized throughout the course. The course is divided into four modules and can be custom tailored to country s specific needs. Crisis Control. During Module I, students receive an overview on Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) as well as information on the latest known WMD smuggling trends. During Module II, students receive lecture regarding internationally recognized principles for protecting a maritime port complex, vulnerability assessment, risk management and risk-based decision making. Module III is an overview of the Incident Command System (ICS) and the principles of crisis management. The final module is a customized tabletop "maritime crisis" exercise.

MTT MLE ADV BOARD OFF - MASL : P319143

In addition to the material presented in the Boarding Officer (Counter-narcotics) MLE MET/MTT (P319100), this course includes extensive instruction and practical exercises in defensive tactics, arrest procedures, additional boarding exercises, additional hidden compartment and smuggling detection exercises, crime scene management, use of deadly force judgmental exercises, and hazardous situations awareness training. The course is designed to provide host nations boarding team members with classroom instruction and numerous practical exercises in order to confidently conduct normal to high risk boardings.

Class Size:

Maximum: 24 students

Minimum: 16 students

MTT MLE BOARDING OFF EIMET - MASL : P319100

This course consists of three days of classroom instruction with two days of practical training and exercises. The course is tailored to the country s specific needs and previous training experience. Classroom subjects include international law, boarding preparation and procedures, use of force, detection of hidden compartments, narcotics identification, and officer interpersonal communication. Practical training includes high-risk search techniques, arrest procedures, and drug identification lab. Practical exercises are designed to reinforce classroom instruction by giving each student an opportunity to apply classroom theory in simulated boarding situations.

Class Size:

Maximum: 24 students

Minimum: 16 students

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST CURRENTLY BE ASSIGNED TO MARITIME LAW ENFORCEMENT DUTIES, BUT POSSESS ONLY ENTRY-LEVEL KNOWLEDGE (IDEALLY LESS THAN 50 BOARDINGS WITHIN LAST YEAR). HOST COUNTRY MUST PROVIDE 1) A CLASSROOM FOR INSTRUCTION, 2) A 30 -50 BOAT FOR PRACTICE BOARDINGS , 3) NARCOTICS FOR TESTING (E.G., COCAINE, MARIJUANA, ETC.), AND 4) A GYM OR OUTSIDE AREA SUITABLE FOR EXERCISE. PLANNED DURATION IS ONE WEEK.

MTT MLE FISHERIES EIMET - MASL : P319103

This one-week course is designed to instruct students on proper techniques for effectively enforcing fisheries laws. The course is tailored to specific needs and previous training experience. Classroom subjects include officer interpersonal communication, international law, boarding preparation and boarding procedures, use of force, fishing vessel identification, and inspection of fishing equipment. Practical training includes arrest procedures and boarding exercises. Practical exercises are designed to reinforce classroom instruction by giving each student an opportunity to apply classroom theory in simulated fisheries boarding situations.

Class Size:

Maximum: 24 students

Minimum: 16 students

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST CURRENTLY HAVE FISHERIES LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES. HOST COUNTRY MUST PROVIDE 1) A CLASSROOM FOR INSTRUCTION, AND 2) A 30 -50 BOAT FOR PRACTICE BOARDINGS. PLANNED DURATION IS 1-2 WEEKS.

MTT MLE INTERD C/N EIMET - MASL : P319101

This course is designed for officers and/or senior enlisted with the responsibility for planning and implementing multi-unit law enforcement interdiction operations, i.e. vessel commanding officers and operations center personnel. The course curriculum includes operations center organization, patrol planning, development of an interdiction plan, and stress and crisis management. The course is approximately 70% practical exercise including the development of an operations plan and the implementation of that plan during two intense tabletop exercises.

Class Size:

Maximum: 16 students

Minimum: 12 students

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST CURRENTLY BE ASSIGNED TO MARITIME LAW ENFORCEMENT DUTIES AND HAVE A MEDIUM TO HIGH LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE/SUPERVISION AUTHORITY. HOST COUNTRY MUST PROVIDE 1) A CLASSROOM FOR INSTRUCTION, AND 2) A 30 -50 BOAT FOR PRACTICE BOARDINGS. PLANNED DURATION IS THREE (3) DAYS.

MTT MLE JOINT BRD EN EIMET - MASL : P319130

This course is identical to the Boarding Officer, Maritime Law Enforcement (P319100) but is taught jointly by two USCG instructors and two or more host nation instructors. This course is designed to increase the instructional proficiency of the host nation instructors and provide an increased number of trained boarding officers for the host nation at a reduced cost to the funding source.

Class Size:

Maximum: 32 students (24 optimal)

Minimum: 16 students

MTT MLE TRAINER EIMET - MASL : P319102

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

Class Size:

Maximum: 12 students

Minimum: 6 students

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST CURRENTLY HAVE MARITIME LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING RESPONSIBILITIES. HOST COUNTRY MUST PROVIDE 1) A CLASSROOM FOR INSTRUCTION, AND 2) A 30 -50 BOAT FOR PRACTICE BOARDINGS. PLANNED DURATION IS ONE WEEK.

MTT NTWK CENTRIC WARFARE - MASL : P309040

MTT NETWORK CENTRIC WARFARE (CENTRIXS) conducted by Tactical Training Group Pacific (TTGP)

Provide an overall picture of the implementation of Network Centric Warfare (utilizing CENTRIXS as the primary collaborative tool) in the U.S. Navy, and allow us a forum for discussing and developing Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for Coalition Collaboration that can be implemented during the next PC-FST.

Day One:

Introduction to NCW

Carrier Strike Group C4I Capabilities

Overview of Network Centric Tools

-CaS

-KWEB

-CommandNet Log

-Chat

-CENTRIXS

-Persistent Chat

(An overview and the Best Practices for using these tools)

Day Two

-Hands on Content Provider training for CENTRIXS --Creating accounts

--How to manipulate website --How to build KWEB Pages --Building

Stoplight charts --Updating Stoplight charts --Building and utilizing

CommandNet Log --Persistent Chat

Day Three and Four:

Knowledge Management (The application of KM into the Network Centric

Operating environment of a Carrier Strike Group) -Intro to Knowledge

Management -Development/Integration of a KM strategy -KM Practical

Application --Organizational Assessment --Information Mapping Process (A

Battle Rhythm tool for aligning information and operational Battle

Rhythms) --Knowledge Management Working Groups (A process for developing

solutions to "broken" processes, or developing needed processes)

--Learning Before During and After

-Implementing a KM Strategy in an Operational Environment

MTT OPERATIONS NAVSCIATTS - MASL : P309172

NAVSCIATTS resident courses tailored to country specific needs and taught in-country.

MTT OPERATIONS-LANT - MASL : P302005

MTT OPERATIONS-LANT

MTT OPS TRA PRGM DEV CG12 - MASL : P319107

This course assists in the development of a host nations small boat training program utilizing the host nations assets. It is based on the Coast Guards boat crew training program, and establishes job oriented skill requirements for boat crew personnel. These requirements are based on the practical applications of various maritime skills necessary for safe and effective small boat operations.

Class Size: Maximum: 12 students and four boats; Minimum: 6 students and two boats

Materials: Host nation will need to provide the following:

No less than one boat for every six students. Classroom of sufficient size for the class

20 meters of three strand, manila line of no less than 25 mm in diameter

20 meters of double braid synthetic line of no less than 25 mm in diameter

Pier facility and training location of sufficient size so all boats can conduct drills at the same time

Training area of sufficient size to practice navigation

Notes: Students should be in, or will be assigned to, small boat instructor billets. Following this Mobile Education and Training Team, a country should have a course and personal qualification standard outline for a boat crew and coxswain training program.

MTT OUTBOARD MTR MAINT O/S - MASL : P314101

This course teaches basic preventative maintenance and advanced troubleshooting techniques for outboard boat motors. Students will receive classroom instruction as well as practical experience on the host country s outboard motors. This course is designed for Outboard Motor Corporation (OMC) outboard motors. However, it can be modified to include other engine manufacturers.

Class Size:

Maximum: 20 students

Minimum: 12 students

Materials: Host country must have outboard motors to work on, including required special tools and manuals for specific motors.

Prerequisite: Students must have a background in engineering.

Note: Requests for MET/MTTs must be specific and include as much background information as possible (See Page V-19 Specifically needed is manufacturer s information on host nation outboard motors.

MTT PATROL BOAT OPS/MAINT - MASL : P319148

Coast Guard Patrol Boat Operations and Maintenance Course (CG-26)

This course provides instruction on the patrol boat s characteristics, shops engineering, standard and emergency operation procedures. Ship s crews receive detailed hands on training of established drills and maintenance procedures developed for the 82 patrol boats by the U.S. Coast Guard. Course subjects include Vessel Characteristics, Crew Responsibilities, Operations, Ships Engineering and Machinery, Shipboard Firefighting Procedures, Shipboard Equipment, Maintenance and Troubleshooting, Casualty Control, Engineering Logistics and Administration. This course can be tailored to other patrol boats (65 to 150 in length).

MTT PEACE SUP OPS PH III - MASL : P309078

A series of one-week modules and courses covering the various topics of the PSO core curriculum will be delivered in conjunction with the Phase II host country graduation of their peacekeeping training center to the staff and faculty. Phase II I MET modules and courses will be tailored to the recipient countries needs as developed during Phases I and II. CCMR will coordinate with other DoD schools for delivery of their METs using EIPC standards. All METS will emphasize practical training exercises oriented toward a "train the trainer" format. EIPC education and training is oriented toward mid-to-senior level officers involved with institutional PSO education and training development and the practical exercises are aimed at battalion and higher staff levels. This meets the US policy goals of enhancing interoperability among peacekeeping partner sand promoting a common PSO doctrine.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MTT PORT SEC/VUL ASM - MASL : P319131

This course provides students with the tools to promote port security, deter theft, and improve counter-narcotics interdictions. Designed for mid-level managers, the course content is identical to Port Physical Security/Port Vulnerability Assessment (P319106). However, students receive additional instruction in waterways management tools and risk management. There is a third tabletop exercise which involves developing a physical security plan within a port area assessed during the physical security survey or port vulnerability assessment exercises.

Class Size:

Maximum: 20 students

Minimum: 10 students

MTT PORT SECURITY, VUL ASM - MASL : P319106

This course provides students with the tools to promote port security, deter theft, and improve counter-narcotics interdictions. Students are introduced to various port physical security measures and tactics, as well as security surveys and port vulnerability assessments. Classroom instruction is reinforced through two practical exercises. Students complete a physical security survey and a port vulnerability assessment of their port.

Topics include:

� Access Control

� Barrier Systems

� Intrusion Detection Systems

� Security Lighting Systems

� Locking Systems

� Security Surveys

� Port Vulnerability Assessments

Class Size:

Maximum: 24 students

Minimum: 12 students

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST CURRENTLY BE SERVING IN A PORT SAFETY/PORT SECURITY CAPACITY. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT THE APPROPRIATE STUDENT POPULATION BE IDENTIFIED. THE HOST COUNTRY MUST PROVIDE 1) A CLASSROOM FOR INSTRUCTION, 2) IF POSSIBLE, AN APPROPRIATE CARGO VESSEL FOR PRACTICE BOARDINGS. (THE AVAILABILITY OF SUCH A VESSEL WILL BE DETERMINED DURING THE SITE SURVEY). PLANNED DURATION IS 1-2 WEEKS.

MTT POST DEPL STNDDN--USMC - MASL : P309061

Seminars are customized for each MET based on prior Assessments, Curriculum Planning, and communication between DIILS and the SAO. Topics will vary depending on the unique needs of the host country. Examples of recent specialized programs include Domestic Operations, Interoperability and Status of Forces Agreements, Advanced Law of the Sea, Peace Operations, Regulation Drafting, and Legal Aspects of Military - Media Relations. Audiences may be military, civilian, or a combination depending on topic and the specific country. DIILS strives to establish a continuing relationship with each participating country by developing follow-on programs that may repeat presentations of the initial seminar or are new programs that focus on any military-related legal subjects. DIILS Country Program Managers will develop future programs in coordination with the embassy team and the host country.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MTT REGIONAL PORT SECURITY - MASL : P279350

MTT REGIONAL PORT SECURITY VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

Students will travel to an OCONUS host country to take this training conducted by a Coast Guard Military Training Team. This training provides students with the tools to promote port security, deter theft, and improve counter-narcotics interdictions. Students are introduced to various port physical security measures and tactics, as well as security surveys and port vulnerability assessments. Classroom instruction is reinforced through two practical exercises. Students complete a physical security survey and a port vulnerability assessment of their port. STUDENTS MUST CURRENTLY BE SERVING IN A PORT SAFETY/PORT SECURITY CAPACITY.

Topics include:

� Access Control

� Barrier Systems

� Intrusion Detection Systems

� Security Lighting Systems

� Locking Systems

� Security Surveys

� Port Vulnerability Assessments

NOTE: For programming International Students to attend P319106 in host country when International Students are from a country other than the host country.

MTT RISK MGMT WORKSHOP O/S - MASL : P319046

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

MTT SEAPORT SEC ANTI-TERR - MASL : P319151

MILITARY TRAINING TEAM SEAPORT SECURITY/ANTI-TERRORISM

This course is designed to provide the students an understanding of the basic principles of protecting a maritime port complex. A basic explanation of threats and weapons of mass destruction will provide the basis for the students to develop a port defense plan through the use of operational risk management and the development of a training and exercise plan. Case studies of preparations for the waterside security of the Atlanta and Greek Olympics will be studied. The students will be required to visit a local port and provide their recommendations, through the development of a port defense plan, then briefing the other students and instructors on their plan.

Class Size: Maximum: 24 students

Minimum: 12 students

Topics covered during the course:

-Maritime Threat Overview (USS Cole, Yemen, Morocco and Tamil Tigers)

-Video/Case Study of Al Qda s Navy

-Weapons of Mass Destruction Overview

-Hidden Compartments and Parasites

-Harbor Control and Port Security Operations

-Facility Security

-Introduction to Vessel Duties (Tactics, High Value Asset Protection, Pier Sweeps)

-Port Defense

-ISPS (International Ship and Port Security Codes)

-Operational Risk Management

-Developing an Exercise Plan

-Case Studies of Olympic Waterside Preparations (Atlanta 96, Greece 04)

-Port Operations Plan written by the students after conducting port visit

-Port Visit with student plans

Materials: The partner nation will need to provide the following:

-A large, well lighted classroom with large tables

-Audio/Visual equipment to include white board (dry erase) and VCR (NTSC)

-Administrative support (printing class rosters and student certificates)

-Access to a port facility within 1 hour driving distance from the location of the classroom.

Prerequisites: This course is designed for senior level leaders who will be developing port operations plans. Introduction to vessel duties is built upon the CG-28 course tactics.

MTT SEARCH COORD & PLAN 22 - MASL : P309162

This course trains commanders and senior SAR operations center personnel (senior watch section personnel responsible for conducting SAR operations) on search coordination procedures using the SAR-PC computer software application. Topics include SAR systems overview, global maritime distress and safety system (GMDSS), automated merchant vessel emergency response (AMVER), search patterns, search plan decision making, SAR communications, risk management, and drift calculations. This course includes numerous computer lab exercises to develop proficiency in the use of the SAR-PC software. Participants should be currently assigned to a SAR operations center such as a rescue coordination center or maritime/naval operations center and be familiar with Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 95 applications. Completion of this course will certify student(s) as national search and rescue school (NSAR) qualified.

MTT SHIP TRANSF-LANT - MASL : P302000

MTT SHIP TRANSF-LANT

MTT SMALL BOAT OPS O/S - MASL : P319105

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

Class Size: Maximum: 24 students and four boats; Minimum: 12 students and two boats

Materials: Host nation will need to provide the following:

No less than one boat for every six students

Classroom of sufficient size for the class

20 meters of three strand, manila line of no less than 25 mm in diameter

20 meters of double braid synthetic line of no less than 25 mm in diameter

Pier facility and training location of sufficient size so all boats can conduct drills at the same time

Training area of sufficient size to practice navigation

Notes: Students should be in coxswain or coxswain instructor billets.

MTT TRAINING MARSOC - MASL : P309014

MOBILE TRAINING TEAM - MARINE CORPS SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

MTT TRAINING NAVAIR - MASL : P309183

MTT - TRAINING NAVAIR

MTT WATERSIDE PORT SECUR - MASL : P319150

Coast Guard - Waterside Port Security Course (CG-28)

This course is designed to provide the students (three 4-6 member small boat crews) an understanding of the basic principles of protecting a high-risk asset (vessel or land facility) from threats coming from the sea in a port complex. Course includes an overview of Weapons of Mass Destruction and smuggling trends. After the training, students will demonstrate proficiency in boat tactics designed to protect a high-risk asset by conducting live exercises. These exercises will test the student s ability and knowledge by requiring them to prevent an attack on their asset from an "enemy" small boat. Students will be required to demonstrate proficiency of single small boat tactics, dual small boat tactics, including nighttime operations.

MTT-BN & BGD STAFF OPNS - MASL : B302027

The stduents will learn to function as various members of battle staff at battalion and brigade level. The course focal point is the decision making process. Staffs conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB); prepare personnel, logistics, and civil-military operations estimates; develop courses of action; write orders and annexes; and coordinate the execution of command decisions.The stduents will learn to function as various members of battle staff at battalion and brigade level. The course focal point is the decision making process. Staffs conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB); prepare personnel, logistics, and civil-military operations estimates; develop courses of action; write orders and annexes; and coordinate the execution of command decisions.

MTT-INSTRUCTOR TNG - MASL : B309003

Performance-oriented instruction on how to develop, prepare, and present instruction; develop plans and tests to measure learning; mandated minimum of eight hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.Performance-oriented instruction on how to develop, prepare, and present instruction; develop plans and tests to measure learning; mandated minimum of eight hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

MTT-LANGUAGE, MISC - MASL : B307030

This MASL is used when Mobile Training Team - Language, miscellaneous is programmed.This MASL is used when Mobile Training Team - Language, miscellaneous is programmed.

MTT-OTHER - MASL : B309500

This MASL is used when Mobile Training Team - Other is programmed.This MASL is used when Mobile Training Team - Other is programmed.

MTT-SPECIAL OPERATIONS - MASL : B302020

This MASL is used when Mobile Training Team - Special Operations is programmed.This MASL is used when Mobile Training Team - Special Operations is programmed.

MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MK - MASL : P162012

MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MAKING: A PRACTICAL GUIDE

This course develops a method of approach to support decision making by managers in defense organizations. The focus is on practical application to management decisions involving many organizational objectives. Emphasis is placed on (i) formulating the problem (ii) understanding the analytical process involved in evaluating potential solution alternatives; and (iii) interpreting the results of the analysis in support of choosing a solution. Practical examples from defense resource allocation problems will be provided. Each participant will be required to apply the approach to a decision problem of current interest to their own MoD. This exercise will serve as a foundation for further work on this problem once they return to their own organization.

NOTE: Students should report two days prior to class convene.

RANK REQUIREMENT: O-4 and above or equivalent civilian grade.

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

MULTI-NAT LOGISTICS - MASL : P171405

MULTI-NATIONAL LOGISTICS The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a two-week course entitled "Multinational Logistics" at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, twice a year. The key objectives of the course of instruction are to: (1) advance international participation in peace operations; (2) enhance other countries capabilities to participate in and support peace operations; (3) enhance international understanding of the strategic and operational logistics planning considerations of peace operations; (4) enhance standardization of peace operations logistics planning and logistics doctrine; (5) improve interoperability of logistics staff planning for peace operations among participating countries. The Multinational Logistics course provides an understanding of the roles and functions of the United Nations in international logistical matters, particularly focusing on modern peace operations, as well as those operational staff and managerial skills needed for understanding the complexities of planning logistical operations in support of a UN mission, establishing a mission, supporting national contingents participating in a UN mission and logistical planning necessary to close out (terminate) national contingent participation in peace operations. This course covers all of the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations recommended subject areas for logistics training to include: UN logistic organization and functions, UN documents and guidelines, the Memorandum of Understanding, UN sources of support, Peacekeeping Operations (PKO) logistic lifecycle, the UN logistic base, Mission Start Up, Wet and Dry Lease concepts, Letters of Assist (LOA), national reimbursements, contingent owned equipment (COE), the UN medical system and Guidelines to Troop Contributing Countries for Military Units in UN Missions. The educational approach of this course combines informational content along with practical exercises in operational planning to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed for effective logistical support to their national forces during multinational peace operations. Participants: This course is designed for international civilian officials and military officers in the ranks of captain to colonel responsible for logistics planning and/or organizing logistical support for their country s contingents participating in peace operations, personnel responsible for developing and implementing logistics concepts and plans, as well as for those personnel serving as instructors of logistics curriculum at national peacekeeping training centers or military education/training schools or formations. Attendance by several civilians and/or officers from each interested country is encouraged. US participants, civilian and military, also are eligible to attend. Participants are normally housed on campus at the Naval Postgraduate School Bachelor Officer Quarters (BOQ). These rooms are near the classrooms where the course is conducted. The rooms include a private bath, television, telephone, and a small refrigerator and microwave oven. Accompanying spouses and children may also stay in the BOQ for a small additional charge. Medical care is available on an emergency basis only. Language: While there is no formal TOEFL requirement, SAOs and participants should be aware that the course is conducted entirely in English and that the program strongly emphasizes group discussion. The ECL requirement is 80. Course Dates: The Multinational Logistics course will be offered in residence at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, once during FY04: 22 March to 2 April 04 SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

MUNITIONS + WEAPONS/ * - MASL : D142029

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

MUNITIONS INSPECTOR - MASL : D142068

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

MUNITIONS MAINT. OFFICER - MASL : D142079

This course provides training for Air Force Officers (new accessions), Air Force Reserve (AFRES) Officers, and International Officers assigned to the 21MX Air Force Specialty (AFS). The course provides these officers with the basic skills and knowledge needed to perform the fundamental duties of a Munitions or Missile Maintenance Officer. Subject matter includes, but is not limited to, Maintenance Management Processes/Programs, Personnel, Air Force Organizations, Air Force Publications, Maintenance and Munitions Support, Maintenance Principles and Logistics, Safety, Accountability, Wartime Planning and Contingencuy Operations. This is a pre-requisite course for all newly accessed 21MX officers. 21MX officers without prior maintenance experieince must attend this fundamentals course in order to be awarded their AFSC. 21M munitions maintenance officers must attend follow-on course J3OBR21M1 0M1A, Conventional Munitions Officer course at Sheppard AFB, TX. 21M missile maintenance officers must attend follow-on course V3OBR21M1 088A, Missile Maintenance Officer course at Vandenberg AFB, CA.

MUNITIONS/ARMAMENT SYS SPE - MASL : D142006

This course provides training for international students in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of munitions personnel. The scope of training includes munitions security, munitions safety, munitions storage areas, munitions storage procedures, munitions serviceability procedures, introduction to and preparation for use of USAF munitions, munitions procedures, equipment/vehicle operations, and munitions accountability

MUSIC UNIT LEADER - MASL : P179111

Course Mission: The Unit Leader Course is designed to prepare military musician personnel (E5-E6) to perform the duties of the ceremonial conductor, drum major, and small ensemble leader. This course puts emphasis on training aspiring band leaders in the art of ceremonial band leadership (conducting/drum majoring), along with experience leading smaller ensembles, to include contemporary groups such as jazz combos and rock bands.

Course Overview: Advanced training includes rehearsing and conducting ceremonial bands, performing the duties of drum major for ceremonial bands, rehearsing contemporary music ensembles, analyzing and writing advanced music, and performing technical and non-musical support for performances. Student to teacher ratio is limited to 12:1, allowing for more personalized instruction. Students also maintain a computer workstation at their desk, enabling them to take advantage of the most current music education software available. Navy personnel completing this course are awarded the secondary NEC 3853 (Unit Leader).

Prerequisites: Music Basic Course (A-450-0010) and successful completion of a written diagnostic screening examination

NAMP INDOC - MASL : P141970

NAMP INDOC

To provide newly commissioned or designated aviation ground officers (Navy 152X and Marine Corps 6002) with little or no aviation maintenance management background who are prospective members of organizational or intermediate maintenance organizations with technical information and knowledge of the managerial responsibilities and the administrative duties required to perform at an entry level aircraft maintenance position.

SCOPE: Encompasses the entire spectrum of Naval and Marine Corps aviation maintenance management with particular emphasis on the organizational and intermediate maintenance activities to include their interface with the supply system as well as various other related activities. Aviation maintenance management - aviation maintenance process, operational readiness organization and support maintenance control. Administration, personal correspondence, manpower management and maintenance training program. Material management and Navy supply system. Support asset maintenance data system; NALCOMIS OMA Operation. Forms and reports. General safety, flight deck NAVOSH and hazardous materials. Deployment/detachment operating, Aircraft weight and balance certification. Mock maintenance laboratory.

Prerequisites Info: Aviation Officers (U.S. and International) and DOD-sponsored civilians with a prospective assignment to a billet in or modeled after the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program. and Language Requirements: Fluent comprehension of English, oral and written.

Note: There is a maximum of five International Military students per class.

NAT SEC MGT CORRESP CRS - MASL : B17902C

Closely parallels scope of resident course. Curriculum consists of eleven correspondence courses, two two-week resident phases, and an optional writing program. Like the resident course, it focuses on the study of the role of landpower, as part of a unified, joint or combined force, in support of the U.S. national military strategy. Prepares selected military officers and civilians for leadership responsibilities in a strategic security environment during wartime and peacetime. Curriculum focuses on national security and strategy issues, concepts and processes; military strategy, plans and operations; theater level warfare and campaign planning and command, leadership and management.

Closely parallels scope of resident course. Curriculum consists of eleven correspondence courses, two two-week resident phases, and an optional writing program. Like the resident course, it focuses on the study of the role of landpower, as part of a unified, joint or combined force, in support of the U.S. national military strategy. Prepares selected military officers and civilians for leadership responsibilities in a strategic security environment during wartime and peacetime. Curriculum focuses on national security and strategy issues, concepts and processes; military strategy, plans and operations; theater level warfare and campaign planning and command, leadership and management.

NATO EWO/STF OFF (SATP) - MASL : D136028

Training includes fundamentals of electronic warfare, basic air defense systems operations, electronic warfare operations, basic electronic warfare operations, and basic electronic warfare management. Students will be required to present a 30 minute briefing covering the current political, social, economic and military status of their country.

NATO SEASPARROW 7-M MAINT - MASL : P199100

Totrain Fire Controlmen (FCs) who have satisfactorily completed FC (A) school to operate and maintain the NATO Seasparrow Surface Missile System (NSSMS) MK-57 MOD-2/3 under all conditions of readiness with little or no supervision.

NATO STAFF OFF ORIEN CRS-C - MASL : B171799

The NATO Staff Officer Orientation Course is a policy-level post-graduate immersion program. The objective of the NATO Staff Officer Orientation course s two-week program is to enable the staff officer to be immediately effective in the NATO staff environment through understanding of NATO policy-level processes and selected high-level issues. The student becomes conversant with NATO terminology; NATO organization and functions; and the political, economic, and intercultural aspects of the alliance. The program was designed for U.S. field grade officers en route to NATO assignments, and has a limited opportunity for attendance by selected international students. International officers and civilians from NATO and partnership for peace nations whose work is NATO related are invited to request attendance from the International Student Management Office (ISMO) at National Defense University.

The course has a two-phased approach. The first phase provides intensive instruction in: the Washington Treaty; NATO Headquarters Organization; the NATO Integrated Military Command Structure; the Alliances Strategic Concept; the NATO Staff Environment. The second phase provides a unique opportunity for intense discussion with senior U.S., Allied, and Partnership for Peace guest speakers, including Military AttachΘs, representatives from the Joint Staff, the Department of State, Department of Defense, Capitol Hill, and with Senior Flag and General Officers and diplomats with current or recent NATO experience.

The NATO Staff Officer Orientation Course is a policy-level post-graduate immersion program. The objective of the NATO Staff Officer Orientation course s two-week program is to enable the staff officer to be immediately effective in the NATO staff environment through understanding of NATO policy-level processes and selected high-level issues. The student becomes conversant with NATO terminology; NATO organization and functions; and the political, economic, and intercultural aspects of the alliance. The program was designed for U.S. field grade officers en route to NATO assignments, and has a limited opportunity for attendance by selected international students. International officers and civilians from NATO and partnership for peace nations whose work is NATO related are invited to request attendance from the International Student Management Office (ISMO) at National Defense University.

The course has a two-phased approach. The first phase provides intensive instruction in: the Washington Treaty; NATO Headquarters Organization; the NATO Integrated Military Command Structure; the Alliances Strategic Concept; the NATO Staff Environment. The second phase provides a unique opportunity for intense discussion with senior U.S., Allied, and Partnership for Peace guest speakers, including Military AttachΘs, representatives from the Joint Staff, the Department of State, Department of Defense, Capitol Hill, and with Senior Flag and General Officers and diplomats with current or recent NATO experience.

NAV INIT QUAL-MISSION - MASL : D114051

Initially qualifies navigators in C-130E aircraft in both initial and single ship mission operations. Includes academic, simulator and flying training on Visual/Single Ship/airland and airdrop operations.

NAV INTEL FORNOFF PAC-INTL - MASL : P172003

INTERNATIONAL MARITIME INTELLIGENCE COURSE (IMIC)

Purpose: Provides enhanced maritime operational intelligence training to international junior offices who are designated special duty intelligence, collateral duty intelligence or general line officers with an interest in maritime intelligence assignments in order to promote coalition interoperability.

Scope: The curriculum stresses skills and knowledge required of intelligence officers in the following areas: academics of intelligence analysis and research; intelligence sources and methods, naval intelligence principles and operations; counter-drug; counter-terrorism; asymmetric warfare; maritime force protection; and operational intelligence fusion. Students will demonstrate learned skills and knowledge in multi-day practical exercises.

Prerequisites: Officers O-3 or quivalent and below. Waivers are considered on a case by case basis. Minimum English Comprehension Level of 70.

Course POC: LT Al Reshaw (619 524 5045); at albert.reshaw@navy.mil

SPECIAL NOTE: THIS COURSE IS BY INVITATION-ONLY. ADDITIONAL REQUESTS WILL BE CONSIDERED ON AN "EXCEPTION BASIS."

NAV/C-130E TACT AIR INSTR - MASL : D114013

Qualifies navigators to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.

NAVAL COMMAND COLLEGE - MASL : P171001

The Naval Command College assists specially selected international senior naval officers to prepare themselves for higher command responsibilities in their own Navies, and familiarizes them with U.S. Navy methods, practices, and doctrine. Naval Command College students participate in a demanding series of three interrelated trimester courses consisting of Strategy and Policy, National Security Decision Making, and Joint Military Operations. The international officers academic studies are on an integrated basis with their U.S. counterparts attending the Naval War College. The conduct of courses are at the U.S. graduate level consisting of lectures, seminars, extensive readings and preparation/presentation of papers. An extensive travel program is conducted to expose the students to the economic, industrial, governmental, cultural and geographic diversity of the United States through visits to government, military, industrial and financial activities, and educational institutions. Nominees should have excellent academic skills.

Course meets once annually and begins in August and ends the following June. Student officers are asked to arrive at the end of July to attend an orientation program. The orientation is a two week introduction to the Naval War College programs; living in the Newport area, local base facilities, government agencies and the U.S. Defense Dept organization. The Informational Program provides visits to many cities including Washington DC, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and other cities where participants receive briefings from distinguished business, military and government leaders.

Attendance is by formal invitation only. The invitations are extended by letter from the Chief of Naval Operations of the U.S. Navy. Attendance is limited to one student from each country receiving an invitation. Foreign navies should be advised not to nominate students for the NCC if it is anticipated they will be promoted to Flag/General Officer level during the course of study. This course is open to a maximum of 50 Naval officers in the grades O-5 and O-6 (Commanders and Captains) per convening.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

NAVAL ENGINEERING OFFICER - MASL : P164201

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

Prerequisite: Completion of Machinery Technician A (P122219).

NAVAL GUNFIRE LIAISON OFF - MASL : P124265

NAVAL GUNFIRE LIAISON OFFICER

To train U.S. and Allied officers and staff noncommissioned officers for duty as Naval Gunfire Liaison Personnel with units of Marine Corps Divisions, Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Companies, and other designated units. This course consists of lectures, demonstrations, practical application, field exercises, spotting either naval gunfire at San Clemente Island or field artillery at Camp Pendleton, CA, and naval gunfire planning for a landing force in an amphibious operation. Instructional methodology is based on individual training concepts. All trainees must demonstrate proficiency in physical fitness, map reading, land navigation, naval gunfire spotting, naval gunfire planning, and communications capabilities both in written and practical application. Completion of this course indicates that the trainee has met the minimum qualifications to perform as a Naval Gunfire Liaison Officer or Naval Gunfire Planner.

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST BE PHYSICALLY AND MEDICALLY PREPARED TO PARTICIPATE IN DAILY PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING. STUDENTS MUST BE MEDICALLY QUALIFIED FOR FIELD TRAINING. COMPLETION OF THE AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE INDOCTRINATION COURSE (K-2G-0037/MASL P124250) IS MANDATORY PRIOR TO COMMENCING THIS COURSE UNLESS STUDENTS HAVE PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED THE COURSE OR EQUIVALENT TRAINING. AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE INDOCTRINATION IS CONDUCTED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO NAVAL GUNFIRE LIAISON OFFICER AND IS TAUGHT AT THE EXPEDITIONARY TRAINING WARFARE GROUP PACIFIC (EWTGPAC).

NOTE: STUDENTS MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT OR THEIR COUNTRIES EQUIVALENT TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS COURSE. BELOW LISTED ITEMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE LOCALLY AND CAN BE PROCURED THE FIRST WEEK OF THE COURSE. ITEM NUMBER REQUIRED CAMOUFLAGE UTILITIES (BLOUSE AND TROUSERS) 2 CAMOUFLAGE UTILITY CAP AND WEB BELT WITH BUCKLE 1 (EACH) COMBAT BOOTS AND RUNNING SHOES 1 (PAIR OF EACH) GREEN CUSHION SOLE SOCKS 4 BLOUSING STRAP 1 (SET)

NAVAL SEC FORCE OFFR(NSFO) - MASL : P173802

NAVAL SECURITY FORCE OFFICER (ASHORE/AFLOAT NSFO)

This course will provide the designated Installation Security Officer/Law Enforcement Officer and Ships Security Officer for afloat and ashore units with the necessary knowledge and skills to manage Naval Security Force (NSF) assets, determine AT/FP readiness status, implement, organize and oversee all NSF/AT/FP and Law Enforcement policy changes. Provide unit level initial and sustainment training for assigned NSF/AT/FP personnel and functions as the NSF Officer in Charge. The Security Officer is the AT/FP Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (NTTP) and Law Enforcement Subject Matter Expert (SME). The Security Officer will be able to organize, train and equip the NSF to conduct AT/FP/Law Enforcement operations. The Security Officer assists the Antiterrorism Officer (ATO) in developing and executing the AT/FP plans. Scope: Topics addressed in this course include knowledge of the DoD and DoN Antiterrorism/Force Protection, Law Enforcement, and Physical Security programs, knowledge of requirements for armed sentries/response forces as well as tactics, techniques , and procedures for AT/FP, Law Enforcement and Harbor Defense/Security Boat operations; knowledge and skills involved in suprvision of: weapons handling/firearms safety; watch turnover (including guard mount/clearing barrel procedures); the implementation of the unit AT/FP plan; AT/FP Law Enforcement training programs; readiness and vulnerability assessments. Student teams will develop and brief AT/FP planning, document exercises, draft messages (including Spot Reps and Blue Darts). The course also includes knowledge of instructional delivery/briefing techniques, and practice teaching. Students shall be qualified as unit OIC for NSF.

NOTE: This course is a 3 week course, but because the International Military Students are excluded from the ATO portion of this training, it will be a 2 week course for the IMS.

NAVAL STAFF COL - 10 MONTH - MASL : P171010

Naval Staff College-10 (P171010).

The Naval Staff College 10-month course (NSC-10) is conducted once annually in the fiscal year fourth quarter, commencing in July, and is open to a maximum of 20 Naval, Coast Guard or Maritime Service officers, grades 0-3 and 0-4 (senior Lieutenants and Lieutenant Commanders). This program is separate resident college within the U.S. Naval War College; however, the academic programs of NSC-10 and its U.S. counterpart, the College of Naval Command & Staff, are almost identical insofar as disclosure restrictions allow.

Students pursue the prescribed studies over three trimesters in Strategy and Policy, National Security Decision Making, and Joint Military Operations. They follow the same basic schedule and are integrated into the seminars and lectures of their U.S. counterparts. On an optional basis they may participate in the Electives Program during two trimesters. Their studies differ from their US counterparts in the addition of a preliminary orientation study, a course in Operational Law conducted during one trimester, and a series of Curriculum Field Trips/Informational Program Visits designed to familiarize them with U.S. Navy organization, methods, and doctrines, as well as the government, economy, culture and geography of the United States.

The orientation is a two-week introduction to the Naval War College facilities and programs, Newport, Rhode Island, U.S. Government agencies, and the Defense Department organization. Field trips provide an opportunity to visit Washington, D.C., and other cultural, industrial and military centers where they meet distinguished military and civilian leaders.

Attendance is by invitation only, extended from the Chief of Naval Operations. Since facilities are limited and to ensure an equitable representation of nationalities in the College, only one student is accepted from each country that receives an invitation.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

NAVAL STAFF COLLEGE - MASL : P171002

Naval Staff College (P171002).

The Naval Staff College (NSC) six-month course is conducted once annually in the fiscal year second quarter, commencing in January, and is open to a maximum of 48 Naval, Coast Guard or Maritime Service officers, grades 0-3 and 0-4 (senior Lieutenants and Lieutenant Commanders).

The program is a condensed version of the ten-month U.S. College of Naval Command and Staff/Naval Staff College ten-month programs. It includes studies in Strategy and Policy, National Security Decision Making, Joint Military Operations, and Operational Law. They will also participate in one academic elective of their choosing during their course of study. Although the students follow a completely independent academic program and schedule from their U.S. counterparts, they have the opportunity to attend lectures presented to the other resident NWC colleges and participate in the War College s cultural and recreational events as their schedule allows. In addition, students will have a preliminary orientation study, and a series of Curriculum Field Trips/Informational Program Visits designed to familiarize them with U.S. Navy organization, methods, and doctrines, as well as the government, economy, culture and geography of the United States.

The orientation is a one-week introduction to the Naval War College facilities and programs, Newport, Rhode Island, U.S. Government agencies, and the Defense Department organization. Field trips provide an opportunity to visit Washington, D.C., and other cultural, industrial and military centers where they meet distinguished military and civilian leaders.

Attendance is by invitation only, extended from the Chief of Naval Operations. Since facilities are limited and to ensure an equitable representation of nationalities in the College, only one student is accepted from each country that receives an invitation.

The Naval Staff College (NSC) is a graduate level international program, designed for mid-career naval officers, which is vital in expanding understanding and cooperation among the world s navies. As coalition forces are increasingly summoned to respond to conflicts and promote peace around the world, the role of NSC gains significance. The Naval War College s (NWC) academic departments have adapted course studies to reflect the mission confronting the naval forces of today. For example, the course incorporates studies of security assistance, combating terrorism, insurgency and counterinsurgency, low intensity conflict, multilateral peacekeeping, human rights, and drug control and interdiction. The course provides its students who are the future leaders in their respective navies with a unique and unmatched opportunity to come together as a team to gain a respect and appreciation of other cultures, and provides a place for individual professional study in order to realize each student s potential.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

NAVY LEADER DEV PROG INST - MASL : P162275

Totrain officer and enlisted personnel in the skills and knowledge areas required to be a beginning Navy Leadership Instructor. It is designed to provide trainees with experiential situations, based on observable and measurable skills and knowledge, needed for instructing billet specific classes. In order to conduct Navy Leadership courses effectively, the leadership instructor student is required to possess certain skills and knowledge. The student is required to apply these skills and knowledge to classroom situations. Leadership instructor course students are provided the following training areas: knowledge of leadership course assessment procedures - instructor interpersonal skills - taking appropriate action - skills in achieving learning objectives - lesson preparation skills - effective planning (classroom, materials, time, etc.) - taking initiative (acquiring necessary resources, etc.). Check-in begins at 0700 on a start Monday (Tuesday, if Monday is a holiday).

NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - MASL : B179116

Weapons; training management; battle staff planning, and squad and platoon tactics; fire support; leadership; communications; land navigation; human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society. Conducted in English.

NCO PROFESSIONAL DEVLOPMNT - MASL : D171033

This course is modeled after the USAF Noncommissioned Officers Academy (NCOA) which prepares NCOs for more advanced leadership and management responsibilities. It is specifically designed for those assuming senior NCO leadership positions (E-5 through E-9). The course of study focuses on developing the students knowledge of military principles and the relationships between national interests and their roles as military members. Instruction is also directed at improving their skills as leaders and managers. Students learn time and stress management, concepts of human behavior, as well as implementing quality in the workplace. The class is designed to take students to a comprehension level of learning with some exposure to application. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I TEAMWORK In the general areas, students explore subjects such as time and stress management, physical fitness and wellness. The first stage of this course begins with Communication Theory to include impromptu oral presentations. In addition, Total Quality Management Principles are discussed and related to military environment. This area encompasses group dynamics, team leader skills, and quality tools and techniques. Lectures, seminars, and group interaction are methods employed to explore subjects listed not only in this block, but also in others. BLOCK II LEADERSHIP AND PROFESSION OF ARMS Students are exposed to new concepts of leadership/followership theories and their practical application in a quality culture. Leadership and decision-making scenarios will challenge the students and maximize the intensity of learning. A practical exercise will test the students ability to apply leadership principles in a simulated contingency situation. Areas covered in this block include Code of Conduct, written exercises, team leader skills, problem solving, causes of human behavior, and modification of human behavior. In addition further areas of communication are explored as students present a 5 to 10 minute country specific briefing on the history of Latin America. BLOCK III NCO VALUES AND MANAGEMENT TOOLS The last block of the course focuses on personnel evaluations, customs and courtesies, air force missions, national security, and the NCO in a leadership role. The objective of this area is focused on practical applications of counseling skills, and team dynamics through exercises and the leadership reaction course.

NDI DIFFERENCES - MASL : P129482

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

NEED NEW PRICE - RDS - MASL : D171007

This professional military education course prepares noncommissioned officers to be professional, war-fighting Airmen who can lead and manage Air Force units in the employment of air and space power. The principal method of instruction is guided discussion and case studies. Formative exercises are integral to NCOA curriculum and serve as feedback tools for the student and instructor. Summative objective and performance evaluations determine whether established educational requirements outlined in the course are met. Students must satisfactorily accomplish all lesson objectives, including those pertaining to Fit-to-Fight, drill and ceremonies using the criteria outlined in the course curriculum.

NON-DEG (1 QTR - 2 CRS) - MASL : P179267

Miscellaneous non-degree training at Naval Postgraduate School.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

NON-DEG (2 QTRS-8 CRS) - MASL : P179269

Miscellaneous non-degree training at Naval Postgraduate School.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

NONDESTRUCTIVE INSP CRFTMN - MASL : D148231

Training in knowledge and skills needed to perform as a craftsman in the non-destructive inspection subject matter area. Training includes performance of liquid penetrant process control, magnetic particle process control, and phase amplitude; ultrasonic inspection; bond testing; advanced composites, radiographic interpretation; technique development; and joint oil analysis program.

NONDESTRUCTIVE INSP SPECL - MASL : D148047

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

NON-LETH INDV WPNS INSTR - MASL : P166810

Tocertify the student as a Non-Lethal Individual Weapons Instructor. To train the student in the mind set and tasks necessary to perform duties as Non-lethal Individual Weapons Instructor. Course includes instruction on the use of force continuum and Rules of Engagement, the dispersal methods of a crowd, use of non-lethal capabilities in unit operations, riot control formations, dynamics of crowd behavior, employment considerations in Military Operations Other Than War, communication skills, empty hand defensive skills, use of the straight baton, use and employment of Oleoresin Capsicum rosol, and use and employment of non-lethal munitions.

Prerequisite Info: Cpl (E-4 and above), graduate of Instructor Training Course and Instructor Development Course. Students must be able to pass USMC Physical Fitness Test.

Equipment needed: Two sets of camouflage utilities, helmet, flak jacket, load bearing vest, cartridge belt, 2 canteens with covers, cold weather gear and gloves, Physical Training (PT) gear.

NURSE CORPS OFFICER BASIC (OBLC) - MASL : B175206

This course meets the requirements of Initial Entry Training mandated by Title 10, U.S. Code, the completion of which is required before an officer can be deployed outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). The course is divided into three modules: Preparatory, Common Core, and Track. 1. Preparatory (1 week in duration). This module must be attended by those officers who have: a. NOT had prior ARMY service or pre-commissioning training (e.g., U.S. Military Academy, Reserve Officer Training Corps, Officer Candidate School) within the past 4 years OR b. Served less than 12 months in their Army National Guard or U.S. Army Reserve unit. (NOTE: Assignment officers should also consider sending officers with special circumstances who would also benefit from attending this Preparatory Module.) 2. Common Core (8 weeks in duration). a. After students complete the Preparatory Module, they attend the Common Core Module along with those CEO students who have had prior Army experience. b. The Common Core consists of 3 weeks of general military subjects, a 1-week field training exercise (FTX), and. 4 weeks of Leader Competencies Training. 3. Track. a. The Track Module begins immediately following the Common Corps Module. b. There are 16 Tracks that run concurrently with students attending the Track that pertains to their specific Area of Concentration (AOC). (For track lengths, see below.) There is NO track training during mobilization. c. Track lengths are as follows: Length ZB Army Dental Corps 2wks ZC Medical Corps (MC) lwk ZD Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(70B/67J) Platoon Leader 2wks ZE Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(71A,B,E) Laboratory 2wks ZF Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(72C67) Audiology 2wks ZG Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(72D/72E) Envir Sci/Engineer 2wks ZH Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(72A67) NBC 2wks ZI Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(73A/B) Behavioral Science 2wks ZJ Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(67E) Pharmacy 2wks ZK Medical Svc Corps (MS)/(67F) Optometry 2wks ZL Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/{65A) Occupational Therapy lwk ZM Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/(65B) Physical Therapy lwk ZN Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/(65C) Dietitian lwk ZO Army Med Spec Corps (SP)/(65D) Physician Assistant 2wks ZP Veterinary Corps (VC) 5wks

NWC INTERNATIONAL FELLOWS - MASL : B171801

The National Defense University offers one-year fellowships to select senior officers and civilians from 52 nations. Participation in the National Defense University s International Fellow s Program is at the personal invitation of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff. Country invitations are issued after recommendations have been obtained from the US Regional Unified Commands. The fellowships provide an opportunity to study and conduct research in either the Industrial College of the Armed Forces or the National War College. The Fellows along with the U.S. counterparts analyze the American political, social and economic infrastructure, along with the American decision making process. The program provides insight into factors and considerations that shape U.S. policy and strategy, the proper role of the military in a civilian-led democracy, and internationally recognized human rights. Qualified Fellows may be awarded a Master s Degree at graduation. An undergraduate degree and TOEFL score of 207 is required for Fellows to receive the Master s Degree. International Fellows should report with copies of university transcripts to determine academic standing.

The International Fellows program also includes extensive Field Study travel throughout the United States designed to acquaint the Fellows with U.S. military, cultural, and industrial institutions. Fellows travel once a month and visit approximately 20 states during the year. Participation in the Field Study Program is optional, but highly encouraged and considered to be of equal importance to the Academic Program. It allows the Fellows to put their academic experience in to the larger context of American society as a whole. Family members are invited to participate in select Field Studies throughout the year.

NWC INT'L FELLOWS-CT - MASL : B17185T

NDU International Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (ICTFP)

SNSEE's International Counterterrorism Fellowship Program is the flagship educational institution of the Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship (RDCTF) program. Under the oversight of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (OASD SO/LIC), the program offers counterterrorism specialists a strategic perspective on a rapidly changing world. Courses address the global threat and its various manifestations including the modes, means, roots and potential responses to transnational terrorism, as well as discuss counterterrorism proponents and state sponsors of terrorism. Students, through seminar participation and independent study, develop strategies for working with the United States and other members of the anti-terror coalition to deter, preclude, minimize, respond to, combat, and defeat global terrorism. The curriculum also addresses the threat posed by weapons of mass destruction in the hands of terrorists, and allows students to devise strategies to counteract this menace. Starting in Academic Year 2006-07, the SNSEE course will be structured to award a Master of Arts in Strategic Security Studies with a concentration in counter terrorism, pending approval by the Department of Education and the requisite authorizing legislation.

OAC INTL STUDENT CHEM PREP - MASL : B174016

This is Prep course for Chemical Captains Career Course.

Familiarizes students with the U.S. Army, Engineer Corps history, military terminology and acronyms, equipment and organization. This prepares them to enter into the engineer officer training program.This is Prep course for Chemical Captains Career Course.

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

OAC INTL STUDENT ENGR PREP - MASL : B174014

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

OAC INTL STUDENT MP PREP - MASL : B174018

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

OBC INTERNATIONAL ENGR PRE - MASL : B174013

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

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: This course will be discontinued upon mobilization.

OBC INTL STUDENT CHEM PREP - MASL : B174015

This is Prep course for Chemical Basic Oficer Leader Courses Phase III.

Familiarizes students with the U.S. Army, Engineer Corps history, military terminology and acronyms, equipment and organization. This prepares them to enter into the engineer officer training program.This is Prep course for Chemical Basic Oficer Leader Courses Phase III.

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

OBC INTL STUDENT MP PREP - MASL : B174017

This is Prep course for Chemical Basic Oficer Leader Courses Phase III.

Familiarizes students with the U.S. Army, Engineer Corps history, military terminology and acronyms, equipment and organization. This prepares them to enter into the engineer officer training program.This is Prep course for Chemical Basic Oficer Leader Courses Phase III.

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

OBS - DIILS (DEAC SEE PDI) - MASL : P183080

This Observership provides International judges/lawyers a first hand experience in the American justice system. The American jury system is examined as an example of citizen

participation/responsibility in a major component of modern democratic

government. Participants work with an experienced Judge in his/her

courtroom to gain an exposure to the U.S. civilian judicial process.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

OBS AFLOAT-LANT - MASL : P189013

This observership provides selected Landing Signal Officers (LSO) with skills,

knowledge and techniques required to perform as a LSO in the fleet.

OBS DRMI MONTEREY - MASL : P189009

Enables participants to get hands-on, practical experience in a number of different computer applications. It is not designed to make a computer expert out of a participant, but rather allow them to experience a variety of applications software and operating systems.

RANK REQUIREMENT: O-4 and above or equivalent civilian grade.

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

Maximum duration for this course is one week.

OBS MAINT TNG-OS - MASL : B249902

This MASL is used when Observer Maintenance Training Overseas is programmed.This MASL is used when Observer Maintenance Training Overseas is programmed.

OBS MARINE CORPS - MASL : P1790BS

OBS MARINE CORPS

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B175295

This MASL programs observer medial training at Walter Reed Medical Center, Washington, DCThis MASL programs observer medial training at Walter Reed Medical Center, Washington, DC

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B175285

This MASL programs observer medical training at the Office of the Surgeon General, Alexandria, VAThis MASL programs observer medical training at the Office of the Surgeon General, Alexandria, VA

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B175287

This MASL programs medical observer training at the William Beaumont Medical Center, El Paso, TX.This MASL programs medical observer training at the William Beaumont Medical Center, El Paso, TX.

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B175292

Provides training for enlisted and officers where no other course exits. This training is tailored to the student s personal specialties, desires, specific country needs. Duration is normally one week but can be extended.Provides training for enlisted and officers where no other course exits. This training is tailored to the student s personal specialties, desires, specific country needs. Duration is normally one week but can be extended.

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B179903

This MASL is programmed when scheduling observer medical/health/hygiene CONUS training.This MASL is programmed when scheduling observer medical/health/hygiene CONUS training.

OBS MED/HEALTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B175290

This MASL programs observer medical training at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington.This MASL programs observer medical training at Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Washington.

OBS NAVEDTRACOM - MASL : P1890BS

Toallow students attending formal courses at NAVEDTRACOM schools to remain at the school for either further instruction tailored to their needs or to receive practical exercises to reinforce skills provided in the formal course.

OBS NURSE OFFICER - MASL : P175120

OBS MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OFFICER

Physician and Nurse observation training in most specialties except Emergency Medicine.

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS - MASL : B129902

This MASL is used when Observer Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when Observer Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS - MASL : B129906

This MASL is used when Observer Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when Observer Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OBS OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS - MASL : B129904

This MASL is used when Observer Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when Observer Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OBS PACFLT - MASL : P189007

COMPACFLT OBSERVERSHIP TRAINING

OBS PROFL/SPEC-CONUS - MASL : B179902

This MASL is used when Observer Professional / Specialist CONUS (within United Stated) is programmed.This MASL is used when Observer Professional / Specialist CONUS (within United Stated) is programmed.

OBS/PROF/SP ELT - MASL : D177002

Student is placed beside U.S. personnel and learns by observation only. Observation experience is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix)

OBSERVER (ECL70) - MASL : D183006

Student is placed beside U.S. personnel and learns by observation only. Observation experience is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix)

OBSERVER/MAFFS/C-130 - MASL : D183005

Student is placed beside U.S. personnel and learns by observation only. Observation experience is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix)

OCEANOGRAPHIC OBSERV SYS - MASL : P169280

Topresent a system level training program relative to Oceanographic Observation Systems design, manufacture and installation.

Location of this Training: General Dynamics, McLeansville, NC for 1st part of the training; and Lockheed Martin, Manassas, VA for the remainder of the training.

OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL - MASL : B179052

Combined Arms Tactics (Tactical Doctrine, Artillery Operations, Engineer Operations, NBC Operations, Air Force and Marine Corps Operations, Field Training Exercises, and Tactical Leadership Course ); Staff Subjects (Personnel, Intelligence, Operations, Logistics, and Training Management); General subjects (Military Leadership, Effective Writing, Legal subjects, Medical Subjects, Physical Training, Drill and Command, Military History, and Special Presentations); Communications/Electronics; Weapons, Land Navigation.

OFFICER CANDIDATE SCH-USCG - MASL : P164007

Officer Candidate School (OCS) is designed to train civilians and enlisted personnel in basic military principles, discipline, and fundamental professional skills in order to become commissioned as an officer. This intense military and academic training is designed to provide enough basic knowledge to allow the graduate to perform as an effective officer. The course is rigorous and challenging. The cadet s desire to participate must be strong enough to adjust to the demanding regulations, heavy academic schedule, and physically strenuous routine. The 17-hour daily routine includes calisthenics, inspection, morning classes (4 hours), afternoon classes (4 hours), compulsory study period (2 hours), and meals. The leadership and management curriculum includes evaluation of self and subordinates, group dynamics, interpersonal communications, leadership styles, power and authority, and interviewing and counseling. Also included in leadership and management is a subsection on physical fitness, health, and well-being. Cadets will participate in a physical fitness program designed to improve their overall fitness level. A fitness test is given three times during OCS and includes the following events: a 1.5-mile run, a 12-minute swim, push-ups, sit-ups, and flexibility. Cadets are required to complete survival swim training. The academics curriculum provides training in junior officer skills including administration, nautical science, and USCG missions. As part of the training, cadets will conduct extensive research in a variety of USCG publications; study USCG history and present day missions; and participate in first aid training. Through hands-on training, cadets learn nautical science concepts including maneuvering board and relative motion, piloting, celestial navigation, nautical nomenclature, shipboard communications, ship handling, international rules of the road, damage control, and deck watch officer procedures.

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Officer candidates are required to wear USCG uniforms, which are issued to all officer candidates upon arrival; uniform cost is included in the tuition. Officer candidates are required to pass successfully a general screening physical examination that is administered upon arrival. They also must successfully complete survival swim training (see Page III-90 of USCG Coast Guard International Training Handbook for physical training standards).

PLEASE NOTE: CHECK-IN: All students must check in with the OOD or MAA at Munro Hall, or call the IMSO. Students should report no earlier than the report date as indicated on the Invitational Travel Orders or quota confirmation correspondence provided. BRIEFING: In-processing begins at 0900 on the day after arrival. All students must check in with the OOD or MAA at Munro Hall, or call the IMSO. Students should report no earlier than the report date as indicated on the Invitational Travel Order (ITO), orders or quota confirmation correspondence provided.

OFFICER INDOCTRINATION SCH - MASL : P164008

This course, which parallels the OCS program, is offered for junior commissioned officers. Officer Indoctrination School (OIS) shares the classroom professional curriculum with OCS, but does not have intense military indoctrination. It is important to know that OIS students will

take their daily classes with OCS students. OIS is divided into three segments: leadership and management, academics and nautical science, which includes shipboard navigation and a 2-week cruise[See Officer Candidate School (P164007) for subjects.] OIS students attend the swimming portion of physical fitness training and are required to pass the survival swim. They

are strongly encouraged to attend all phases of physical training including morning calisthenics. The officers must bring daily work uniforms and service dress uniforms for their respective service. Some winter clothing items are provided. International students should be in the O-1 to O-3 range. This is an ideal course for officers transferring from Army or Marine forces into a maritime service.

Prerequisites: Students must be commissioned officers prior to arrival.

Note: See Page III-90 of USCG International Training Handbook for physical training standards.

CHECK-IN: All students must check in with the OOD or MAA at Munro Hall, or call the IMSO. Students should report no earlier than the report date as indicated on the Invitational Travel Orders or quota confirmation correspondence provided.

BRIEFING: In-processing begins at 0900 on the day after arrival. All students must check in with the OOD or MAA at Munro Hall, or call the IMSO. Students should report no earlier than the report date as indicated on the Invitational Travel Order (ITO), orders or quota confirmation correspondence provided.

NOTE: ONLY OFFICERS ALREADY COMMISSIONED WILL BE ACCEPTED TO OFFICER INDOC. STUDENTS MUST BRING DAILY WORK UNIFORMS AND SERVICE DRESS UNIFORMS OF THEIR RESPECTIVE SERVICE.

OH-58C AVIATOR QUAL - ALL - MASL : B113173

This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification in the OH-58C aircraft. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight tasks, and safety factors appropriate to the training.This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge for qualification in the OH-58C aircraft. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight tasks, and safety factors appropriate to the training.

OH-58C NOE QUAL - ALL - MASL : B113180

This course is designed to qualify selected foreign military students in NOE flight, and is a prerequisite for NVG training. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, combat skills flight tasks, and safety factors appropriate to an NOE environment.

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Specifically designed for non-DOD and non-US students (IAW DOD agreement).

OH-58C NVG QUAL (FMT) - EN - MASL : B113171

This course is designed to provide the pilot with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as an OH-58C NVG pilot. Training includes flight task training, academic and practical application of NVG tactical operations.This course is designed to provide the pilot with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as an OH-58C NVG pilot. Training includes flight task training, academic and practical application of NVG tactical operations.

OH-58C NVG QUAL- ALL - MASL : B113170

This course is designed to provide the pilot with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as an OH-58C NVG pilot. Training includes flight task training, academic and practical application of NVG tactical operations.This course is designed to provide the pilot with the necessary skills and knowledge leading to qualification as an OH-58C NVG pilot. Training includes flight task training, academic and practical application of NVG tactical operations.

OH-6 HELICOPTER REPAIR - MASL : B141761

This course of instruction will provide the student with the skills and knowledge required to supervise, troubleshoot and inspect maintenance performed on the AH-64D LONGBOW Attack helicopter armament/electrical/avionics systems and components. Also will provide knowledge to evaluate operational readiness, recommend proper corrosion control methods, ensure compliance with directives, technical manuals (TM), modification work orders (MWO) and other policies and proceduresble the student to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector (TI) duties required of MOS 68Y/15Y30, AH-64D Armament/Electrical/Avionics Systems Repairer Supervisor.

OJT - ASHORE PAC/E-6 - MASL : P99PE06

OJT - ASHORE PAC/E-6

OJT - ASHORE PAC/O-3 - MASL : P99P003

OJT - ASHORE PAC/O-3

OJT ADMIN TNG-CONUS - MASL : B169901

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Administrative Training CONUS (within United Stated) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Administrative Training CONUS (within United Stated) is programmed.

OJT AFLOAT CONUS-LANT - MASL : P1210JT

Toprovide shipboard experience in the Atlantic. Training helps develop skills in shiphandling/ship piloting, seamanship navigation, naval communication and weaponry, bridge/CIC watch standing, use of shipboard communications, operation of gunner/missile systems. OJT provides knowledge of independent and fleet operations and ship and squadron organization.

OJT ASHORE - LANTFLT - MASL : P129963

OJT ASHORE TRAINING UNDER PCL

OJT AV8B O/I LEVEL MAINT - MASL : P14JT01

Provides managed on the job training at the organizational and/or intermediate level for AV-8B maintenance personnel.

OJT AVIATION OPERATIONS - MASL : P119026

Toprovide prospective pilots and Naval Flight Officers with the necessary prerequisites prior to entry into Aviation Indoctrination. This includes but is not limited to Flight Physicals, Swim and Physical fitness screening, English Language testing and administration paperwork.

OJT CONUS-USMC - MASL : P1798JT

OJT CONUS-USMC

OJT DEGAUSSING STATION OPS - MASL : P145347

OJT in the operation of surface vessel degaussing stations.

NOTE: TRAINING CONDUCTED IN REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENT, ESSENTIALLY "HANDS-ON" TRAINING PROVIDING STUDENT WITH A WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF SKILLS NECESSARY TO ANALYZE AND INTERPRET SHIPS MAGNETIC SIGNATURE DATA. SINCE FORMAL CLASSROOM TRAINING IS NOT CONDUCTED, STUDENT ASSIGNED MUST HAVE A GOOD WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF DEGAUSSING PRINCIPLES, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND SHIPS DEGAUSSING SYSTEMS INSTALLED ON THEIR OWN SHIPS IF THEY ARE TO ACQUIRE MAXIMUM BENEFIT FROM THIS TRAINING. TRAINING IS PROVIDED BY THE NORFOLK DEGAUSSING STATION, AN OPERATIONAL STATION CONDUCTING DEGAUSSING EVALUATIONS OF US NAVY SHIPS DAILY. CLASS SIZE: MINIMUM OF 2 STUDENTS AND MAXIMUM OF 4 STUDENTS.

OJT ENL MLE NORTHWEST - MASL : P179LE3

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

OJT ENL MLE SOUTHEAST - MASL : P179LE7

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

OJT ENL SAR SOUTHEAST - MASL : P179SE7

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

OJT ENL TECH PACIFIC AREA - MASL : P179TEP

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various technical specialties, including aids to navigation.

Prerequisite: Completion of a USCG aids to navigation course.

Note: Actual OJT location will vary among units within each district. USCG OJT is provided only as a follow-on to formal/resident courses. Maximum duration is 3 weeks. SAOs are cautioned not to purchase airline tickets for this portion of the training. Depending on funding source, IMSO will obtain tickets after exact location is identified.

OJT objectives must be submitted using the format contained in the International Training Handbook (see Page V-17).

OJT FAMILIARIZATION OFFR - MASL : P179FMO

OJT FAMILIARIZATION OFFICER

These programs are conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but it does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities.

Prerequisites: Completion of a USCG course. Note: Providing information on the student s specific area of interest and the student s next assignment will aid in the selection of the most appropriate unit for the desired training. OJT objectives must be submitted using the format contained in the USCG Coast Guard International Training Handbook (see Page V-17).

OJT usually follows a resident course. Therefore, the IMSO from the resident training command will coordinate the arrival at the OJT site with the district IMSO.

OJT HEALTH SVC APPRENTICE - MASL : P179299

An apprenticeship program can be arranged following Completion of the Health Services Technician A course. The student would be attached to the Training Center, Petaluma, CA Health Care Clinic during this program to gain practical experience under the supervision of the course instructors.

OJT MAR SAFETY OFFICER - MASL : P179MSO

OJT MARINE SAFETY OFFICER

This hands-on, in-the-field training provides exposure to commercial vessel inspection activities, port state control inspections on non-U.S. flag ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Typically, some time is spent with other USCG field offices which provides limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement. Officers may be assigned to enlisted USCG personnel for daily activities, but will normally be sponsored by commissioned officers or commissioned warrant officers.

OJT MED/HLTH/HYG-CONUS - MASL : B179904

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Medical / Health / Hygeine CONUS (within United Stated) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Medical / Health / Hygeine CONUS (within United Stated) is programmed.

OJT MEDICAL CONUS-MEDCOM - MASL : P1750JT

On-the-job training for Doctors in operational medicine with the emphasis on preventive medicine and occupational health programs.

OJT MISSILE TNG-CONUS - MASL : B199901

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Missile Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Missile Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OJT MLE ENLISTED - MASL : P179LEE

OJT MARITIME LAW ENFORCEMENT (MLE) ENLISTED

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

OJT MLE OFFICER - MASL : P179LEO

OJT MARITIME LAW ENFORCEMENT (MLE) OFFICER

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

OJT NAVSEA - MASL : P145JT0

OJT provided by NAVSEASYSCOM.

OJT OFF FAM NORTHWEST - MASL : P179FO3

These programs are conducted at operational units and enable participants to observe and, when possible, participate in Coast Guard standard operations. OJT is intended to supplement classroom training and to provide hands-on experience and practical application of skills acquired. The actual training conducted is dependent upon the operational commitments and operational tempo of the providing unit. The training will not qualify a student in a particular rating, but it does offer exposure to daily work situations and familiarization with Coast Guard capabilities

OJT OFF MAR SAF GULF COAST - MASL : P179MO8

This hands-on, in-the-field training provides exposure to commercial vessel inspection activities, port state control inspections on non-U.S. flag ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Typically, some time is spent with other USCG field offices which provides limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement. Officers may be assigned to enlisted USCG personnel for daily activities, but will normally be sponsored by commissioned officers or commissioned warrant officers.

OJT OFF MARINE SAFETY - MASL : P179MOL

This hands-on, in-the-field training provides exposure to commercial vessel inspection activities, port state control inspections on non-U.S. flag ships, pollution investigation and response, and shoreside facility compliance inspections. Typically, some time is spent with other USCG field offices which provides limited exposure to small boat operations, search and rescue, and fisheries enforcement. Officers may be assigned to enlisted USCG personnel for daily activities, but will normally be sponsored by commissioned officers or commissioned warrant officers.

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS - MASL : B129903

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS - MASL : B129901

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-CONUS - MASL : B129905

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Operations Training CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OJT OPERATIONS TNG-WESTCOM - MASL : B229907

This MASL would be programmed when On-the-Job Training Operations Training is programmed.This MASL would be programmed when On-the-Job Training Operations Training is programmed.

OJT PROFL/SPEC-CONUS - MASL : B179944

This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Professional / Specialist CONUS (within United States) is programmed.This MASL is used when On-the-Job Training Professional / Specialist CONUS (within United States) is programmed.

OJT SAR ENLISTED - MASL : P179SRE

OJT SEARCH AND RESCUE ENLISTED

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

OJT SAR OFFICER - MASL : P179SRO

OJT SEARCH AND RESCUE OFFICER

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

OJT TECHNICAL ENLISTED - MASL : P179TEE

OJT TECHNICAL ENLISTED

This training provides students with the opportunity to perform U.S. Coast Guard operations related to various technical specialties, including aids to navigation.

Prerequisite: Completion of a USCG aids to navigation course.

ON-SCENE COORD CRISIS MGT - MASL : P179288

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

Prerequisites: Students must be senior officers or senior-level managers who have experience in the field of port safety and/or environmental protection and response.

Note: Student biographical data is required for screening and approval prior to quota confirmation.

OPERATING ROOM SPECIALIST - MASL : B175226

The 91D10, Operating Room Specialist Course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of principles of surgical technology practice, and the instruments, supplies, and equipment for surgical procedures. Phase 1 (9 weeks) didactic study includes: basic anatomy and physiology; vital signs, cardiopulmonary resuscitation; principles and methods of decontamination, sterilization and disinfection; storage and handling of sterile supplies; identification and care of surgical instruments, specialized equipment, sutures, needles, blades, linen, and corrosion-resistant metalware; duties of the scrub and circulating technician; principles and practices of sterile technique and standard precautions; transporting and positioning patients; operating room safety; handling of specimens, medications, dyes and hemostatic agents; and surgical specialties as they relate to selected surgical procedures. A field training exercise (FTX) is also incorporated into the course. Phase 2 (10 weeks) is on-the-job training in the clinical environment. Total course length: 19 weeks.

OPERATIONAL LAW SEMINAR - MASL : B176566

This course focuses on the role of law in military operational and tactical levels. Lectures cover topics such as: rules of engagement; military justice and claims in the deployed environment; fiscal law and deployed contracting; internationa agreements; human rights; and air, space, and sea law. Lectures also cover the structure, missions, and capabilities of the Army, navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, focusing on basic knowledge a legal advisor must have to advise a commander. interspersed with lectures are practical student exercises based on a national contingency deployment. The students must complete four different types of exercises; briefings, drafting ROE; target analysis; and a memorandum on fiscal law questions. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be able to act as a legal advisor during military operations across the spectrum of conflict. Updated: 9 Nov 01.This course focuses on the role of law in military operational and tactical levels. Lectures cover topics such as: rules of engagement; military justice and claims in the deployed environment; fiscal law and deployed contracting; internationa agreements; human rights; and air, space, and sea law. Lectures also cover the structure, missions, and capabilities of the Army, navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard, focusing on basic knowledge a legal advisor must have to advise a commander. interspersed with lectures are practical student exercises based on a national contingency deployment. The students must complete four different types of exercises; briefings, drafting ROE; target analysis; and a memorandum on fiscal law questions. At the conclusion of the course, attendees will be able to act as a legal advisor during military operations across the spectrum of conflict. Updated: 9 Nov 01.

OPERATIONS RESEARCH/GRAD - MASL : D178044

Prepares officers for analysis roles to assist decision makers in allocating resources for the planning, development, acquisition, and use of military systems. Provides an extensive background in mathematics, probability, statistics, simulation, economic analysis, operations research, and related disciplines. While its courses are comparable to those of applied operations research program at civilian institutions, the graduate operations research program at AFIT remains unique with its emphasis on the application of operations research techniques to Air Force and Department of Defense problems. The program leads to a master of science degree in operations research. The recommended career fields for assignment of the graduates of this program are scientific analysis (AFSC 268X) and information systems (AFSC 49XX). Potential assignments can be found at all levels of the Air Force and the Department of Defense including the Air Force Studies and Analyses Agency, the Joint Analysis Directorate of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, major command headquarters, Air Force Materiel Command product centers, the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Agency, and other DoD agencies. Principal courses in the program include models.

OPERATIVE DENTISTRY - MASL : P175660

Emphasizes dental carries as a disease process - its epidemiology, reversibility, and conservative treatment. Subjects are topically applied anticarry agents such as fluorides, chlorhexidine, and pit and fissure sealants; conservative cavity prevention techniques; the restoration of badly broken-down teeth; the restoration of endodontically treated teeth; and the relationship between restorative dentistry and the healthy periodontium. New development in restorative materials is presented,along with clinical criteria for their selection and use. Restorative application of eletrosurgery is discussed. A hands-on laboratory is provided with the products discussed.

OPNS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - MASL : D121059

Provides initial skills training for personnel entering the aviation resource management career field. Personnel are provided basic knowledge in resource management, to include career progression, monitoring flight incentive pay, maintaining the aviation resource management system, publishing ronautical orders and military pay orders, monitoring aircrew training, maintaining flight and jump record folders, scheduling flight and ground training, utilizing oracle browsers, and performing squadron operations center duties. Material presented throughout the course, combined with interaction amongst yourselves, our aviation resource management staff, and guest speakers will help broaden your perspective on what aviation resource management at the three skill level (basic level) is about. We are confident that you will find the course rewarding.

ORAL MED,RADIOLO,PHARMACO - MASL : P175206

This course will enhance skills essential for the collection of diagnostic data in a systematic, logical fashion. Special emphasis will be placed on obtaining medical and dental histories, vital signs, review of organ systems, physical diagnoses, the head and neck examin-ation, laboratory studies, the indications for and limitations of radiographic evaluations, definitive or differential diagnoses of oral lesions, and the dental management of selected medically compromised patients. Additional time will be added to present the fundamental principles of proper radiographic technique, as well as a meaningful approach to radiographic interpretation.

ORAL PROF SKILLS FOR AVN - MASL : B177026

This MASL would be programmed when Oral Professional Skills for Aviation is programmed.This MASL would be programmed when Oral Professional Skills for Aviation is programmed.

ORAL PROF SKILLS/AVIATION - MASL : P177026

This course concentrates on language skills needed by students going to aviation-related training. The course enables students to improve pronunciation for successful radio communication, to improve comprehension skills under adverse conditions, to practice immediate oral responses, and to practice speaking while performing a complex motor task. This is a 25-week course, the last nine weeks being in SET. Students must meet the ECL requirements for follow-on-training (FOT) prior to entrance into the OPSAV course. It is strongly recommended that potential students of OPSAV be given a telephonic OPI in their homeland prior to scheduling them for the course. If they achieve the OPI score required by their FOT, they need not be programmed for the OPSAV course.

NOTE: IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT POTENTIAL STUDENTS OF OPSAV BE GIVEN A TELEPHONIC OPI IN THEIR HOMELAND PRIOR TO SCHEDULING THEM FOR THE COURSE. IF THEY ACHIEVE THE OPI SCORE REQUIRED BY THEIR FOLLOW ON TRAINING (FOT), THEY NEED NOT BE PROGRAMMED FOR THE OPSAV COURSE.

ORAL/MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY - MASL : P175225

This course will update the general practitioner s knowledge of exodontia and minor oral surgery procedures, and provide an understanding of recent advances in major oral and maxillofacial surgery in the areas of trauma, preprosthetic osseointegration and orthognathic surgery.

ORDNANCE BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121275

Toprovide lieutenants leadership skills and provide instruction on tactics and unit defense, unit and support supply management, unit and support maintenance, materiel management, and munitions management.Toprovide lieutenants leadership skills and provide instruction on tactics and unit defense, unit and support supply management, unit and support maintenance, materiel management, and munitions management.

ORIENT VISIT NON-D/V - MASL : P181001

ORIENTATION TOUR NON-D/V

ORIENTATION TOUR NON D/V - MASL : P182004

ORIENTATION TOUR NON D/V

ORIENTATION TOUR NON DV - MASL : P182005

Introduction to Navy Personnel Command policies and procedures for recruiting, selection, classification, distribution, assignment and separation of enlisted and officer personnel. Discussions will include command structures, information and decision support systems used to facilitate decision making and current research efforts to support manpower requirements determination. Includes participation in ongoing manpower research efforts that demonstrate the complexity of manpower issues and the degree to which management science tools can be used in supporting decision makers.

ORIENTATION TRAINING TOUR - MASL : D182001

Orientation tours are provided to select foreign officers for familiarizing them with U.S. military doctrine, techniques, procedures, facilities, equipment, organization, management practices, and operations. These tours are conducted as short-term orientations as opposed to long-term formal courses. OTs are also intended to enhance mutual understanding, cooperation, and friendship between U.S. forces and participating nations. Tours require appointed escort officers.

ORSA MILITARY APPLICATIONS-1 - MASL : B151830

This course provides specialty education in the military applications of operations research methodologies. Subjects covered include artificial intelligence, cost, combat modeling, decision analysis, deterministic and stochastic models, linear statistical models, math programming, simulation, and a capstone case study. A majority of the instruction is from graduate-level textbooks which frequently require the use of calculus. Most areas of instruction are accompanied by practical exercises and/or group projects which are to be worked outside of scheduled classtime. Examinations are given at the completion of each block to evaluate the students comprehension and mastery of the material.This course provides specialty education in the military applications of operations research methodologies. Subjects covered include artificial intelligence, cost, combat modeling, decision analysis, deterministic and stochastic models, linear statistical models, math programming, simulation, and a capstone case study. A majority of the instruction is from graduate-level textbooks which frequently require the use of calculus. Most areas of instruction are accompanied by practical exercises and/or group projects which are to be worked outside of scheduled classtime. Examinations are given at the completion of each block to evaluate the students comprehension and mastery of the material.

ORSA MILITARY APPLICATIONS-1 - MASL : B151820

Course includes a comprehensive block of instruction in probability and statistics. In addition, there is a review of Linear Algebra, Calculus, and in-depth instruction in the use of personal computer with emphasis on word processing, spreadsheets, database, and graphics. The classroom presentation will emphasize principles, demonstrate techniques of analysis, and illustrate typical applications of the analytical techniques. Each area of instruction is accompanied by practical exercies which are expected to be worked in the group problem solving sessions as well as outside of the scheduled class time. These exercises and examinations given during class are graded to determine the student's comprehensive and mastery of the material.

ORSA TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS COURSE - MASL : B151802

The course is designed to update the student's knowledge and skills of analytical techniques with particular emphasis on military aplications. The course concentrates on those techniques and applications most frequently employed in the military ORSA community.

OSHKOSH TRK CO OSHKOSH WI - MASL : B178030

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for Oshkosh Truck Company, Oskkosh Wisconsin is programmed.This MASL is used when Contractor Training for Oshkosh Truck Company, Oskkosh Wisconsin is programmed.

OT PARTICIPANT - MASL : B181011

This MASL is used when OT Participant is programmed.

OTHER TRAINING SUPPORT - MASL : B366000

This MASL would be programmed when having Other Training Support.This MASL would be programmed when having Other Training Support.

OUTBOARD MOTOR OVERHAUL - MASL : P124295

OUTBOARD MOTOR OVERHAUL To train U.S. Military Personnel (officer and enlisted) currently filling billets as Outboard Motor Operators/Maintenance personnel. This course is designed to teach the individuals how to overhaul, tune-up, troubleshoot and perform PMS on outboard motors.

OUTBOARD MTR MT & OVHL - MASL : P145906

Provides designated junior officers and enlisted personnel the basic and advanced training necessary to operate, maintain and overhaul outboard motors. Consists of instruction in engineering fundamentals, outboard motor design, internal combustion engine theory, electrical and fuel systems, gear case and powerhead overhaul, shop safety, use of hand, power, precision measuring and special tools, sealants, lubricants, cleaning agents, preventive maintenance, and troubleshooting. In amplification of classroom theory, practical application techniques are employed to accomplish course objectives utilizing manufacturer s technical/service manuals and Bombardier two-stroke, 150HP outboard motors as training aids.

P-3 CONNECT/WIRING RPR O/M - MASL : P141869

P-3 CONNECTOR AND WIRING REPAIR ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, avionics maintenance personnel will h

ave sufficient knowledge and skill to perform, under limited supervision, connector and wire harness repairs on the P-3 aircraft electrical, electronic, and ordnance systems in the squadron working environment. Scope: This course covers Connectors, Wire, Cable and Tools; Wire and Cable Repair; and Connector Repair.

P-3 CWL - MASL : P141137

P-3 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS LOADING COURSE

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Ordnancemen will have sufficient knowledge in the fundamentals of weapons characteristics, armament weapons support equipment, release and control system checks and configuraton information to perform under supervision the procedures for loading and unloading of conventional weapons for the P-3 aircraft.

SCOPE: The course content will include the folowing Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction to the course, Publications, Ordance Certification Program. 2. Loading Configuration, Release and Control, Common Procedures 3. Conventional Weapons 4. Conventional Weapons Lab.

PREREQUISITES: Graduate of AO "A" School or equivalent

P-3 ENVR CNTRL SYS ORG/MT - MASL : P141815

Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment) Technician will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the P-3 Environmental Control and Utility Systems, including analysis and troubleshooting techniques to safely perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

Includes:

P-3 Air Conditioning System, Theory of Operation and Maintenance Procedures.

P-3 Pressurization and Utilities Systems, Theory of Operation and Maintenance Procedures.

P-3 FLIGHT ENG INST (IUT) - MASL : P115014

P-3 FLEET REPLACEMENT AIRCREW/(FLIGHT ENGINEER) INSTRUCTOR UNDER TRAINING (IUT) COURSE

The purpose of this training is to train flight engineer instructors in the skills and techniques required for performance as a VP-30 Instructor Flight Engineer in P-3 model aircraft.

This course provides the training necessary for qualify flight engineers as Fleet Replacement Squadron (FRS) Instructors Flight Engineers on the P3 aircraft at VP-30. The ground phase includes detailed instruction in aircraft systems/operations, flight simulation, normal and emergency procedures, preflight/postflight/daily functions, aircraft servicing, crew duties and coordination. The flight phase consists of Instructor Under Training (IUT) simulators and flights, during which the prospective instructor will demonstrate the ability to teach systems and procedures under actual flight training conditions. Flight simulators are used in both the ground and flight phase for procedure demonstration of normal and emergency procedures. Aircraft systems are reviewed and discussed to ensure adherence to NATOPS, applicable training. and maintenance directives. NATOPS qualified P3 Flight Engineer.

Note: Full flight clothing & equipment mandatory as detailed IAW OPNAVINST 3710.7 series and NAVAIR 13-1-6-70.

SPECIAL NOTE: A SECRET CLEARANCE IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THE TRAINING FACILITY.

P-3 FLIGHT ENGR SYS FAM - MASL : P141916

Upon completion of this course, Flight Engineer students will have sufficient familiarization knowledge of the P-3 aircraft systems to continue follow-on training at VP-30/VP-31 to qualify as a flight engineer in accordance with the NATOPS program. This course covers Aircraft Electrical and Mission Systems, Powerplants and Related Systems, Airframe and Utility Systems and Final Review and Test.

P-3 P/P AND REL SYS ORG MT - MASL : P141881

P-3C POWERPLANT AND RELATED SYSTEMS (CAREER) ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the P-3 Powerplant and Related Systems, including troubleshooting techniques, to perform under supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment. Scope: This course content includes the following Unit of Instruction: 1. P-3C Powerplant and Related Systems and P-3C Powerplant Accessories.

P3 PP/REL INIT - MASL : P141543

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge/skills of the P-3 Powerplant and Related Systems, to perform under supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

SCOPE: The course will include the following Units of Instruction:

1. Introduction to the P-3 Powerplant and Related Systems.

2. Introduction to the P-3 Powerplant and Assemblies.

3. P-3 Powerplant Related Systems

4. Introduction to the P-3 Propeller System.

5. P-3 Powerplant and Propeller Maintenance

6. Aircraft Related Systems

7. Aircraft Related Systems Maintnenance

PREREQUISITES: OTHER=Designated AD and

OTHER=Obligated Service: 12 Months. and RATE=AD

P3 REPL FLIGHT ENG PREP - MASL : P114038

P-3 REPLACEMENT FLIGHT ENGINEER - PREPARATION COURSE

P-3 SIMULATOR TRNG - MASL : P117021

Totrain 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.

NOTE: Access to device 2f179 (pact) is not authorized under this MASL number.

P-3 STRU HYD PWR & FLT CTL - MASL : P141134

"P-3 STRUCTURES HYDRAULIC POWER AND FLIGHT CONTROLS (INITIAL) ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE"

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Structural Mechanics will have sufficient knowledge/skills of the P-3 aircraft structures, hydraulics, and flight controls, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

Scope: This course covers: 1. P-3 Publications/Structures. 2. P-3 Systems Familiarization and Maintenance Requirement Cards (MRCs).

Prerequisites: Designated AM rating. Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. See annual schedule of courses for a particular location.

P-3C ARM/ORD SYS ORG/MAINT - MASL : P141136

P-3C ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE SYSTEM ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordancemen will have sufficient knowledge/skills including publications, Connector and Wire Repair, operation, testing, troubleshooting, and repair procedures, to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance on the P-3C Aircraft Armament/Ordnance systems, in the squadron working enironment.

Scope: The course 1. Introduction to the P-3C Armament/Ordnance System Organizational Maintenance 2. Armament/Ordance System Maintenance 3. Advanced Weapons Systems Testing and Maintenance

P3C III/AIP FLT ENG CAT 1 - MASL : P114033

Totrain the Category I Fleet Replacement Flight Engineer in the Flight and operating characteristics of the P-3 aircraft. Emphasis is placed in developing knowledge of aircraft systems operation, area coordination, normal and emergency procedures and weapons systems utilization in an operational environment.

P-3C INT BASIC CORE ORG MT - MASL : P141028

P3BASIC CORE-FCT

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Technicians will have sufficient knowledge of the P-3 Aircraft, including Maintenance Training Improvement Program, Hazardous Materials, Organizational Level Maintenance and the Maintenance Data Systems, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), the Tool Control Program, Aviation Safety, P-3 Precipitation Static, Auxiliary Power Unit/ Environmental Control System, and General Aircraft Equipment, to perform, under limited supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

Scope: This course content includes the following Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction to the P-3 Basic Core Programs.

P-3C INT BASIC CORE ORG MT - MASL : P141903

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Technicians will have sufficient knowledge of the P-3 Aircraft, including Maintenance Training Improvement Programs, Hazardous Materials, Organizational Level Maintenance and the Maintenance Data Systems, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), the Tool Control Program, Aviation Safety, P-3 Precipitation Static, Auxiliary Power/Unit Environmental Control System and General Aircraft Equipment, to perform, under limited supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment. This course content includes the following Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction to the P-3 Basic Core Programs.

CENTER: CENAVNTECHTRA

P-3C INTEG ELE SYS INITIAL - MASL : P141938

P-3C INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (INITIAL) ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

PURPOSE: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electrician Mates will have sufficient knowledge/skills of the Electrical and Navigation Systems functional analysis, maintenance procedures, and test equipment to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

SCOPE: The course content will include the following Units of Instruction:

1. P-3C Electrical Systems Publications and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Operation, APU Electrical System, and APU Fire Detection and Extinguishing System.

2. AC and DC Power Generation and Distribution and Maintenance Procedures.

3. Power Plant Related Electrical Systems, and Maintenance Procedures.

4. Aircraft Fuel, Fuel Quantity Indicating,. Propeller Related Electrical Systems, and Maintenance Procedures

5. Airframe Related Electrical Systems.

6. Flight Instruments, Inertial Navigation System (INS), Automatic Flight Control Systems (AFCS), and Maintenance Procedures.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER=Designated . Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. See annual schedule of courses for a particular location. and RATE=

P-3C INTEG ELEC SYS ORG/MT - MASL : P141877

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electrician Mates will have sufficient knowledge/skills of the Electrical and Navigational Systems of the P-3C aircraft, including description, components identification, functional analysis, maintenance procedures, troubleshooting, use of applicable publications, safety procedures, and test equipment, to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment. This course covers: 1. Electrical Power Systems, Landing Gear/Flight Control System, and Auxiliary Power Unit (APU). 2. Engine Controls and Instrumentation Systems, Engine Oil System, Air Conditioning, and Pressurization System. 3. Propeller Systems, Engine Fire Detection and Extinguishing System, Fuel Systems, Bleed Air Systems, and Propeller De-ice System. 4. Empennage De-ice System, Windshield Heat and Defogging System, Hydraulic Systems, Aircraft Lighting Systems, and Flight Instrument Systems. 5. LTN-72 Inertial Navigation System (INS). 6. AN/ASW-31A Automatic Flight Control System.

NOTE: PARTICIPANTS IN THIS COURSE MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE P-3 CONNECTOR AND WIRE REPAIR ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE (C-602-3573/P141869) AND THE P-3C INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (INITIAL) ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE (C-602-9570/P141938).

P3C OFT SIMULATOR TRNG - MASL : P117050

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

NOTE: STUDENT MUST BE AN INSTRUCTOR IN THE 2F87 WITH CURRENT QUALIFICATIONS TO USE FULL MOTION. PREVIOUSLY QUALIFIED INSTRUCTOR FOR STATIONARY TRAINING IN THE 2F87.

P3C REPL PILOT CAT 1/2 - MASL : P112102

P-3C REPLACEMENT PILOT (NON-AIP) CATEGORY 1/2

To train First Tour Fleet Replacement Aviators in the skills and techniques required for performance as qualified Copilot in P-3 model aircraft.

SCOPE: This course provides the training necessary for qualifying P-3 first tour pilots to perform assigned mission. This aademic instruction consists of: aircraft systems, normal operations and emergency procedures, instrument and navigation procefures and crew coordination. The classroom instruction is augmented by cockpit procedures trainer flight simulators, and flights on P-3A and P-3C update model aircraft. Flight Training emphasizes the practical application of academic knowledge and provides the hands-on time necessary to correlate motor skills with tactical situations and operational requirements.

P3C SIMULATOR (OFT-2F87F) - MASL : P117075

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

P3C SIMULATOR (WST) - MASL : P117076

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

P-3C STRUC HYD PWR F/C O/M - MASL : P141135

P-3 STRUCTURES HYDRAULIC POWER AND FLIGHT CONTROLS (CAREER) ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Structural Mechanic Technicians will have an in-depth knowledge/skills of the P-3 aircraft structures, hydraulics, and flight controls, including system analysis and troubleshooting techniques to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

Scope: This course covers: 1. P-3 Fuel Cell, Hydraulic Power Supply, Bomb Bay Doors, and P-3A/B Windshield Wiper Systems. 2. P-3 Landing Gear, Brakes and Nose Wheel Steering Systems. 3. P-3 Flight Control Systems.

P3C UDIII/AIP ACOUST CAT 1 - MASL : P117062

Totrain first tour fleet aircrew personnel in the skills and techniques required for designation as a NATOPS qualified Acoustic Sensor Operator in the P-3C Update III model (SASP/C4.7.1 equipped) aircraft.

SCOPE: This curriculum provides the Acoustic AW (AAW) with a thorough study of the Acoustic Systems of the P-3C Update III model aircraft and procedures for their proper use and preflight. The AAW is also introduced to Oceanography, USW tactics, Crew Coordination and Emergency procedures. Academic training is augmented with Weapon system Trainers, Part Task Trainers, and flights on the P-3C Update III model Aircraft. These sessions reinforce classroom instruction and provides hands-on training for the RAAW to develop skills.

Special Note: Student must possess a Secret Clearance in order to access the facility where training takes place.

P3C UDIII/AIP FLT ENG CAT3 - MASL : P114025

Totrain Second Tour Fleet Replacement personnel in the skills and techniques required for designation as a NATOPS qualified Flight Engineer in P-3 aircraft. This curriculum contains detailed instruction on the P-3 aircraft systems, normal and emergency procedures, performance and weight and balance calculations, preflight/postflight, servicing and survival equipment. Simulators and the aircraft are used on normal and emergency procedures. This course stresses system knowledge and the adherence to NATOPS procedures in order to prepare the prospective Flight Engineer for duty in the fleet. This curriculum includes a NATOPS evaluation.

NOTE: Full flight clothing and equipment mandatory as detailed IAW OPNAVINST 3710.7 Series; and NAVAIR 13-1-6.7.

PREREQ INFO: Physiologically qualified for flight IAW current directives. 2. Prior NATOPS as P-3 Flight Engineer.

Special Note: Student must possess a Secret Clearance in order to access the facility where training takes place.

P3C UDIII/AIP NFO CAT 1 - MASL : P114023

Totrain first tour Fleet Replacement Naval Flight Officers in skills and techniques required for performance as a navigator/communicator in P-3C model aircraft. The curriculum consists of training in navigation systems and procedures, enroute and tactical communication, crew coordination in tactical evolutions, emergency procedures, and systems review. Training is conducted in weapon system trainers and aircraft. Flight training consists of navigation/communication and crew tactical flights.

P3C/P3C UD2 REP PILOT C1 - MASL : P112100

Totrain first tour Fleet Replacement Aviators in skills and techniques required for performance as a Pilot in P-3C model aircraft. The curriculum consists of aircraft systems, normal and emergency procedures, navigation, USW tactics and procedures, and crew coordination in tactical evolutions. Various trainers are utilized for cockpit familiarization, cockpit procedures, flight simulation and tactical training. Flight training consists of familiarization, navigation, and crew tactical flights.

P3C/P3C UPDT INFLIGHT OBS - MASL : P117061

P-3C AND P-3C UPDATE INFLIGHT OBSERVER

To train Patrol Fleet Replacement Aircrew (FRAC) in skills and techniques required for designation as a NATOPS qualified observer in P-3C aircraft. Scope: This curriculum provides the observer with a thorough study of all systems that will be encountered in the P-3C aircraft and procedures for their proper use and preflight. Academic training is augmented with device sessions, and flights on the P-3C aircraft. These sessions reinforce classroom instruction and provide hands-on experience for the replacement observer to develop skills.

P3C/P3CU2 INST UNDER TNG 3 - MASL : P115011

Totrain IUT Pilots in skills and techniques required for performance as an Instructor in P-3 model aircraft. This curriculum provides the prospective VP-30 Instructor with a one week course in instructor techniques followed by fourteen weeks of academic work and flights on P-3C/Update II and AIP Aircraft. The academic work consists of navigation, USW tactics, weapons delivery, crew coordination, aircraft systems, normal and emergency procedures and methods of presenting these subjects to fleet replacement pilots. The IUT demonstrates his instructor ability during familiarization flights. The major thrust of this curriculum is on educational techniques and in-depth systems knowledge.

P3CUDIII/AIP ENG RUSIM - MASL : P119111

This is simulator training in the 2C41

Special Note: Student must possess a Secret Clearance in order to access the facility where training takes place.

PA OFFICER QUAL CRS - MASL : B164590

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

PAIN CTRL & NITR-OX SEDAT - MASL : P175677

PAIN CONTROL AND NITROUS OXIDE SEDATION

This 4-day course is designed for the active duty member to qualify for privileges to use nitrous oxide and oxygen sedation. To enhance participants understanding of the role of sedation emphasis will be placed on understanding the nature of pain and anxiety. Participants will have the opportunity to meet actual chronic pain patients who will discuss their pain experiences. The physiologic signs and effects of pain and anxiety, the behavioral effects and complicating factors will be investigated. Alternate pharmacological and psychological modes of pain and anxiety management will be reviewed. Following the ADA guidelines for the teaching of conscious sedation, the participants will review the spectrum of sedation and respiratory anatomy and physiology. With a sound background in pharmacology and indications/contraindications and management of complications, the participants will gain hands-on experience using nitrous oxide and oxygen. The safety of the working environment will be stressed.

PARACHUTE RIGGER - MASL : B148370

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

PASOC - MASL : P126001

SPECIAL NOTE: The only cost associated with this course is the travel and perdiem. Countries are advised to pay their students the necessary perdiem as the conference has no means of paying perdiem. Conference POC will provide estimated perdiem costs for each convening.

PACIFIC AREA SPECIAL OPERATIONS CONFERENCE (PASOC)

PROVIDES A FORUM FOR U.S. AND INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL OPERATIONAL FORCES LEADERS, COUNTRY TEAM REPRESENTATIVES AND COUNTER-TERRORIST REPRESENTATIVES FROM PACIFIC AREA COUNTRIES TO DISCUSS THE THEMES OF THE CONFERENCE. OBJECTIVES ARE ACHIEVED THROUGH EACH COUNTRY

CONTRIBUTING THEIR PERSPECTIVE AND APPROACHES TO THE PROBLEM OR ISSUE THAT IS THE THEME OF THE CONFERENCE.

TARGET AUDIENCE: PACIFIC AREA INTERNATIONAL SOF AND COUNTER-

TERRORISM LEADERS, BOTH MILITARY AND CIVILIAN, WITH SPECIFIC FOCUS ON COUNTRIES THAT ARE CURRENTLY ENGAGED IN THE GWOT AND TERRORIST GROUPS ASSOCIATED WTIH THE AQN

PATHFINDER - MASL : B121180

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

PATIENT ADMINISTRATION - MASL : B175217

Toprovide AMEDD officers with a working knowledge of all administrative parameters/procedures incidental to admission and disposition of patients; initiation, maintenance and disposition of medical records; medical statistic reporting; birth/death reports and certificates; release of medical information and processing of related correspondence; administrative support of patient movement/transfer, disability processing and medical care evaluations. General knowledge as necessary in the administrative middle-management position in a medical management facility.Toprovide AMEDD officers with a working knowledge of all administrative parameters/procedures incidental to admission and disposition of patients; initiation, maintenance and disposition of medical records; medical statistic reporting; birth/death reports and certificates; release of medical information and processing of related correspondence; administrative support of patient movement/transfer, disability processing and medical care evaluations. General knowledge as necessary in the administrative middle-management position in a medical management facility.

PATIENT ADMINISTRATION SPECIALIST - MASL : B165223

Provides enlisted personnel with a working knowledge of AMEDD basic medical records and reports, admission and disposition records, medical statistical reports and procedures. Basic fundamentals of Microcomputer operations to include keyboard skills (20 wpm) and hospital information systems. Work uniform required.Provides enlisted personnel with a working knowledge of AMEDD basic medical records and reports, admission and disposition records, medical statistical reports and procedures. Basic fundamentals of Microcomputer operations to include keyboard skills (20 wpm) and hospital information systems. Work uniform required.

PATRIOT - EOD - MASL : P193134

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

PATRIOT AIR DEFENSE OFFICER - MASL : B195185

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

PATRIOT OPERATOR & SYSTEM MECHANIC-GERMAN - MASL : B179535

Provide general block and functional theory of operation on the PATRIOT Air Defense Missile System. Subjects include system operation, operational checks and adjustments, fault isolation procedures, and maintenance management functions.Provide general block and functional theory of operation on the PATRIOT Air Defense Missile System. Subjects include system operation, operational checks and adjustments, fault isolation procedures, and maintenance management functions.

PATRIOT OPERATOR (ICC) - MASL : B179538

Totrain allied commissioned officers for duty with the Patriot Air Defense Missile System, Information and Coordination Central (ICC). Effective Jan 02, the equipment used is ICC AN/MPQ-116 with PDB 5 software and effective Oct 02, ICC AN/MPQ-133 only.Totrain allied commissioned officers for duty with the Patriot Air Defense Missile System, Information and Coordination Central (ICC). Effective Jan 02, the equipment used is ICC AN/MPQ-116 with PDB 5 software and effective Oct 02, ICC AN/MPQ-133 only.

PATRIOT PAC III SYSTEM - MASL : B195182

Effective 2003-08-12

Course Scope:

Provides general block instruction on the operation and maintenance for the Configuration III modified Patriot Missile System. Subjects include operation, operational checks and adjustments, and repair procedures.

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: This course is designed for students who have been identified for assignment to a Patriot unit which has Configuration III modified equipment. They will be trained to standard on Patriot Configuration III equipment.

PATRIOT SYSTEM REPAIRER - MASL : B195193

Effective 2006-03-21

Course Scope:

An intensive course in the specific and generalized concepts and methods for total maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of the PATRIOT Missile System to include the electrical, electronic, and mechanical theory required to support that training. Provides training on warrior tasks and battle drills.

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Entrance Forms to National Agency Check (ENTNAC) must be initiated prior to reporting to school.

Active Army and Reserve Component enlisted personnel must have successfully completed 121-94S10 Patriot Missile System Repairer.

PATRIOT SYSTEMS REPAIRER - MASL : B195192

Anintensive course in direct current circuits, alternating current circuits, transistor circuits, digital logic, microprocessor technology, microwave principles, radar principles, basic and advanced soldering and wire wrap connections procedures, basic fiber optic principle, and mechanical repair procedures.Anintensive course in direct current circuits, alternating current circuits, transistor circuits, digital logic, microprocessor technology, microwave principles, radar principles, basic and advanced soldering and wire wrap connections procedures, basic fiber optic principle, and mechanical repair procedures.

PATROL CRAFT HULL MAINT - MASL : P145903

Provides designated junior officers and enlisted personnel the basic training necessary to perform structural repairs and preventive maintenance to steel, aluminum, fiberglass and inflatable hull small craft at the apprentice level. Consists of instruction in oxyacetylene welding and cutting, electric arc and aluminum mig welding, as well as fiberglass and inflatable rubber boat repair. In amplification of classroom theory, practical application techniques are employed to accomplish course objectives in all areas of instruction.

PATROL CRAFT PROP SYS MT - MASL : P145902

Provides designated junior officers and enlisted personnel the basic training necessary to extend the service life cycle of small craft diesel engines. Consists of basic instruction in 6V92 diesel engine specification and characteristics, operating principles, lubrication, cooling, air, fuel, and electrical systems, and their interdependent relationship. Also included is introduction to tools/measuring instruments, transmission systems, general troubleshooting, safety precautions, engine casualty control, and preventive maintenance procedures. In amplification of classroom theory, practical application techniques are employed to accomplish course objectives utilizing manufacturer s technical/service manuals and Detroit Diesel 6V92 engines as training aids.

PATROL CRAFT PROP SYS OVHL - MASL : P145907

Provides designated junior officers and enlisted personnel the advanced training necessary to perform major overhaul of small craft diesel engines. Consists of detailed instruction in 6V92 diesel engine specifications and characteristics, operating principles, lubrication, cooling, air, fuel, and electrical systems, and their interdependent relationship. In amplification of classroom theory, practical application techniques are employed to accomplish course objectives including the complete disassembly, inspection, repair and reassembly of a Detroit Diesel 6V92 engine in accordance with manufacturer s technical/service manuals.

PATROL CRAFT WEAPONS MT - MASL : P145904

Provides designated junior officers and enlisted personnel the basic training necessary to perform routine and preventative maintenance on various individual small arms and patrol craft weapons systems. Consists of instruction in weapons safety, ammunition fundamentals, malfunction analysis, disassembly, inspection, and reassembly of each weapon to include the M2HB .50 caliber machinegun, MK19 40mm grenade launcher, M60 (Basic) machinegun, M14, M16 and AK47 rifles, M203 and M79 40mm grenade launchers, Mossberg 500A1 shotgun, M1911A1 .45 caliber and Sig Sauer P226 9mm pistols.

PCO/PXO (J5) - MASL : P179386

PROSPECTIVE COMMANDING OFFICER (PCO)/PROSPECTIVE EXECUTIVE OFFICER (PXO) (J5)

The purpose of this training is to train personnel to direct warfare area operations, operate the gis Display System and C&D System consoles in a command role.

This course provides Prospective Commanding and Executive Officers with command level knowledge in the opeartional characteristics, capabilities, limitations, and administrative requirements of the gis Weapons System.

The course covers weapons system fundamentals, equipment familiarization, system operation, tactical and administrative considerations, management techniques, and operational/tactical integration in a fleet environment. Personnel will conduct multi-warfare scenarios, constructing, entering, and manipulating operational doctrine, make tactical and administrative considerations, management techniques for the system, under simulated underway conditions. Hands-on instruction (approx. 40% of the course) includes operational scenarios.

Max Class size: 12 students.

Method of Teaching: Classroom lessons and hands on training for available and applicable equipment to the AWS. Simulations used as appropriate, with differences explained.

Prerequisites: Designated PCO, PXO. Graduate of the Surface Warfare Officer School or equivalent. Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal Color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Minimum ECL score of 70%.

PEACE OPERATIONS-SPANISH - MASL : B129203

Tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) of peace operations to include logistics support; chain of command structures; rules of engagement development; information operations; intelligence capabilities and assets; preventive medicine and sanitation for peacekeepers as well as national citizens; role of civilian controls on military operations and the varying roles civilian nongovernmental organizations have in supporting peace oprations; mandated minimum of 28 hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military; and the role of the military in a democratic society.

PERFORMANCE BASED LOG - DL - MASL : B151016

Performance Based Logistics, Part A, provides a dynamic real-time learning environment oriented toward developing a range of logistics competencies. It challenges the student to review current policy and demonstrate an understanding of how early integration of performance-based support concepts into the system development process leads to achievement of DoD s logistics goals. It is intended for midlevel logistics professionals needing skills required to excel in today s demanding and dynamic product support environment.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

o more fully understand the knowledge areas of their job as members of the life cycle logistics workforce (concentrating on performance-based product support, business case analysis, continuous modernization, supply chain management, configuration management, enterprise integration, commercial integration, support options, and reliability, maintainability, and supportability);

ounderstand the specific relation and application of the functional areas in a performance-based logistics framework; and

odevelop a more in-depth knowledge of their current applications within the DoD.

Performance Based Logistics, Part A, provides a dynamic real-time learning environment oriented toward developing a range of logistics competencies. It challenges the student to review current policy and demonstrate an understanding of how early integration of performance-based support concepts into the system development process leads to achievement of DoD s logistics goals. It is intended for midlevel logistics professionals needing skills required to excel in today s demanding and dynamic product support environment.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

o more fully understand the knowledge areas of their job as members of the life cycle logistics workforce (concentrating on performance-based product support, business case analysis, continuous modernization, supply chain management, configuration management, enterprise integration, commercial integration, support options, and reliability, maintainability, and supportability);

ounderstand the specific relation and application of the functional areas in a performance-based logistics framework; and

odevelop a more in-depth knowledge of their current applications within the DoD.

PERIODONTICS - MASL : P175674

Toupdate skills directed at the general dentist.

SCOPE: This course will provide current, practical information that will enhance the practicing dentist s familiarity and treatment options with the dental care of the periodontal patient. Presentations on state-of-the-art periodontics will be addressed to general practitioners and specialists involved in the prevention and treatment of the acute and chronic periodontal diseases. This course will cover such topics as the peridontium in health and disease; diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment planning; osseointegrated dental implants; principles of periodontal surgery; management of osseous defects; soft tissue surgery; chemotherapeutics; early onset periodontitis; periodontal maintenance; the interrelationship of periodontics with restorative dentistry and endodontics; and variety of the most current aspects of periodontal treatment. A laboratory exercise on periodontal surgery will also be offered.

PERIOPERATIVE NURSING - MASL : B175308

Course instruction is presented through lectures, conferences, discussions, practical exercises, examinations, literature review and clinical practicum. Major areas of instruction include principles of microbiology and sterilization, preparation of surgical supplies, environmental responsibilities and hazards in the environment, specialized equipment, perioperative nursing in surgical specialties, readiness training and perioperative nursing skills, and the role of the perioperative nurse in ensuring patient safety, patient teaching, and supervisory roles and responsibilities in the management of the perioperative nursing environment.

PERIOPERATIVE NURSING - MASL : B175307

Course instruction is presented through lectures, conferences, discussions, practical exercises, examinations, and clinical practicum. Major areas of instruction include the OR nurse s responsibility in the preparation and sterilization of supplies/equipment, operative nursing aspects in special surgical fields, teaching role of the Perioperative staff nurse, principles and techniques of supervision, and management of an operating room.

Course instruction is presented through lectures, conferences, discussions, practical exercises, examinations, and clinical practicum. Major areas of instruction include the OR nurse s responsibility in the preparation and sterilization of supplies/equipment, operative nursing aspects in special surgical fields, teaching role of the Perioperative staff nurse, principles and techniques of supervision, and management of an operating room.

PERSONNEL SPECL - MASL : D161006

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in ( Smith Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Smith Manor, bldg 7315), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-377-3803/9976: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** This course replaces E3ABR3S031 006 with the first class start of 27 Jun 05. Covers personnel duties such as computer operations, personnel communications management, briefings, Military Personnel Data System (MilPDS) applications, personnel relocations, employment readiness, commander''s support staff functions, Personnel Concept-III, keyboarding, and contingency support functions.

PETROLEUM LABORATORY SPECIALIST - MASL : B148394

Basic petroleum laboratory subjects; tests used in the quality survveillance of petroleum products; the procedures and techniques for the identification, evaluation, and disposition of petroleum products; a working knowledge of the organization and operation of the quality surveillance program in miltary petroleum facilities; safety and environmental stewardship protection, and TRADOC-mandated common military training (CMT) subjects.

PETROLEUM LOGISTICS MGT - MASL : D151021

Provides training for Air Force personnel, AFSC 2F071, in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a fuel superintendent or manager possessing AFSC 2F091/2F000. Instruction includes all aspects of managing, planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating fuels operation activities. It is designed to enhance the executive ability of the Fuels Superintendent/manager in the areas of fuel accountability, daily operations, quality assurance, and deliberate/contingency planning. In addition, training received will provide the skills required to manage a deployed fuel operation utilizing fuels mobility support equipment (FMSE).

PETROLEUM OFFICER - MASL : B151655

Advanced petroleum and water handling skills, operations, and maintenance; energy management, water storage, and distribution; producing and processing petroleum products, data gathering, analyzing energy resources, and planning; the slating process, fuel depot operations, and quality assurance evaluation; safety and environmental stewardship protection considerations, and the force projection scenario for advanced petroleum management.

PETROLEUM SUPPLY SPECIALIST - MASL : B152385

This course provides training in fuel products operations; bulk petroleum, receipt, storage and issues; water front and pipeline operations, safety, health, and environmental stewardship protection.

PETROLEUM TNK CLEANING AZR - MASL : D148116

Provides formal training to Air Force personnel (military or civilian) in responsibilities and duties of a tank entry supervisor. This training is mandatory for MAJCOM certification as a Command Tank Entry Supervisor. Training includes hazardous characteristics of fuels, inspection of personnel protective equipment, confined space entry, precleaning inspection, tank cleaning process, disposal of contaminated fuels, acceptance inspection and returning tank to service.

PGS ADMIN SCIENCE MS - MASL : P176002

MSdegree program. This program is designed to provide the officers with fundamental interdisciplinary techniques of quantitative problem-solving methods, behavioral and management science, economic analysis and financial management and to enable the officers to evaluate the written research, study and analysis product of others throughout their careers. The curriculum will further provide the officers with the specific functional skills required to effectively manage. The curriculum integrates mathematics, accounting, economics, behavioral science, management theory, operations/systems analysis and a subspecialty concentration area into an understanding of the process by which the defense mission is accomplished. Specialty concentration areas are selected by the student by their choice of course options.

The 818 curriculum allows students to design a program of course work specific to management effectiveness in the host country s military system. The student may elect to specialize in the relevant portion of a functional area such as financial, logistics, human resources and organization, or manpower and personnel analysis. Or, the student may choose to follow a general management program which would include an overall balance of courses from many areas.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS AV SAFETY OFF (ASO) - MASL : P171410

Toprepare safety officers at the squadron level to assist commanding officers in conducting an aggressive accident prevention program. When the SSO/ASO completes this course he will be able to organize and administer an accident prevention program at the squadron level, as defined in OPNAVINST 3750.6. Subject matter for the course includes rodynamics and structural analysis for accident prevention, safety program management, accident investigation and reporting techniques and requirements, aviation physiology and psychology, and safety law. Students must be O-3/O-4.

SPECIAL NOTES: STUDENTS WILL BE INVOLVED IN A FAST PACED COURSE CONSISTING OF SIX HOURS OF CLASSROOM WORK PER DAY FOR SIX WEEKS (28 WORK DAYS). INCLUDED IN THE CURRICULUM ARE WRITTEN EXERCISES (INCLUDING A 5-6 PAGE PAPER) WHICH SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN ENGLISH. STUDENTS WITHOUT THE ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE IN ENGLISH (ORALLY AND IN WRITING) SHOULD NOT ATTEND THIS COURSE.

STUDENTS ARE REQUESTED TO REGISTER WITH THE NAVAL SCHOOL OF

AVIATION SAFETY ONLINE FOR THE ASO/ASC COURSES. STUDENTS WHO HAVE

ASSIGNED QUOTAS AND INTERNET ACCESS SHOULD REGISTER ON LINE:

HTTP:/WWW.NPS.NAVY.MIL/AVSAFETY/WELINFO.HTM (ALL LOWER CASE). IN

ADDITION TO REGISTRATION AND ACADEMIC PRE-REQUISITES, THE WEB SITE

CONTAINS INFORMATION ON BILLETING, MESSING, UNIFORMS AND COURSE

INFO. STUDENTS WITHOUT INTERNET ACCESS SHOULD CONTACT THE SCHOOL

OF AVIATION SAFETY. CANCELLATIONS ARE REQUIRED NOT LATER THAN TWO

WEEKS PRIOR TO CONVENING DATE, TO FACILITATE STANDBY QUOTA UTILIZATION.

WHEN REGISTERING WITH SCHOOL OF AVIATION SAFETY, PROVIDE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

A. NAME (FIRST MIDDLE, LAST)

B. RANK

C. SERVICE (INCLUDING RESERVE, MSC, MC, ETC.)

D. SSN/DESIGNATOR (IF APPLICABLE)

E. EMAIL ADDRESS

F. PHONE NUMBER (DSN OR COMMERCIAL, INCLUDE COUNTRY CODE.)

G. AIRCRAFT

H. CALLSIGN

THE UNIFORM OF THE DAY WILL BE SERVICE KHAKIS, SUMMER SERVICE CHARLIES, FLIGHT SUITS OR EQUIVALENT.

REVIEW OPNAVINST 3750.6R PRIOR TO REPORTING. BRING COPY OF SQUADRON S PRE-MISHAP PLAN, HAND-HELD CALCULATOR AND SEVERAL BLANK THREE AND ONE-HALF INCH FLOPPY DISKETTES.

ADVANCE PER DIEM: DRAW FROM PARENT COMMANDS. 100 PERCENT

PER DIEM MUST BE DIRECTED BY PARENT COMMAND IN BLOCK 21.

ELIGIBILITY: Designated Naval aviators or naval flight officers who are deployment or detachment experienced with the rank of Lieutenant/Lieutenant Commander, USN, and Captain/Major, USMC. Medical Corps or Medical Service Corps officers who are in a billet requiring the ASO course. Any exceptioins and requests from other services or organizations shall be coordinated with the Director, School of Aviation Safety.

PGS COMPUTER SCIENCE MS - MASL : P177713

MSdegree program. Technical knowledge in computer system design, data processing, hardware, software and research. Note: Attendance is limited to 35 participants per year.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS COMPUTER SCIENCE PHD - MASL : P179173

PHD program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS ELEC/COMPUTER ENGRG MS - MASL : P177712

The objective of this program is to provide a broad-based, design oriented education focusing on the warship as total engineering system including hull, mechanical, electrical and combat systems and educates officers in current electronics technology and its application to modern naval warfare. The program is for selected Naval/Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Combat Systems Sciences and Technology students and is structured to lead to the MSME, MSEE, or MS in Physics.

MS degree program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS ELECTRICAL ENGRG PHD - MASL : P179109

PHD program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS ELECTRNIC SYS ENGR ENG - MASL : P177721

Engineering degree program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS ENGINEERING SCIENCE - MASL : P174233

Prepares students for entry into a technical program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS ENGINEERING SCIENCE - MASL : P178023

Engineering Science baccalaureate curriculum at Naval Post Graduate School.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - MASL : P179127

Master s degree program. The objective of the Financial Management Curriculum is to prepare officers for business and financial positions within the Navy. Financial Managers assist the services decision-making processes at all levels by providing accurate, timely and relevant information. They are concerned with the optimal allocation of human, physical and financial resources to achieve the services goals and objectives while assuring efficient and effective expenditure of public funds. Graduate courses cover topics such as financial reporting standards, cost standards, cost analysis, budgeting, internal control, auditing, management planning and control systems, quantitative techniques used in planning and control, and the Planning Program and Budgeting Systems used within the Department of Defense.

Graduates of the Financial Management Curriculum will be prepared for assignment to positions in budgeting, accounting, business and financial management, and internal control and auditing.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS MANPOWER/PERS TRA ANAL - MASL : P179105

MSdegree program. Program is designed to fill the leadership roles in military manpower management. MPTA is an extremely analytical curriculum intended to develop skills necessary to perform and evaluate manpower analyses. As such, the curriculum emphasizes mathematical, statistical, and other quantitative methods. Areas covered include an understanding of MPT policy development, compensation systems, productivity analysis, enlistment supply and retention models, manpower requirements determination processes, career mix, enlistment incentives, reenlistment incentives, training effectiveness measures and hardware/manpower tradeoffs. Students gain familiarity with current models and methods of MPT analysis as well as military MPT organizations and issues.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS MECHANICAL ENGRG MS - MASL : P177715

The objective of this program is to provide a broad-based, design oriented education focusing on the warship as total engineering system including hull, mechanical, electrical and combat systems. The program is for selected Naval/Mechanical Engineering students and is structured to lead to the MSME. Produces officers with technical competence to operate and maintain modern warships and naval systems. MS DEGREE PROGRAM

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS METEOROLOGY MS - MASL : P174002

Science of meteorological data and models, measure, analyze and predict atmospheric conditions, operate and control information management systems.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS OCEANOGRAPHY MS - MASL : P174011

MSdegree program. Develop expertise to provide and use data and models in support of all aspects of at-sea operations.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS OPNS RESEARCH PHD - MASL : P179030

PHD program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PGS RESEARCH MS - MASL : P177714

MSdegree program. - 8 Qtrs

Education in the application of quantitative analyses to operational, tactical and managerial problems.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PH II MIL JUSTICE CONUS - MASL : P176023

The Joint CONUS planning phase is conducted in the United States. A delegation of five to eight members from the participating country will travel to the United States and visit military installations, legal institutions, and other appropriate government agencies. During the visit to the United States, the delegation will receive a variety of briefings on U.S. programs. The ultimate goal of this MET is to clearly define the curriculum for future seminars. A CONUS planning visit can be held in various appropriate locations throughout the United States.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PHARMACY SPECIALIST - MASL : B175248

Provide a working knowledge of drugs, their sources, preparation, uses, incompatibilities, and doses; pharmaceutical symbols and terms; interpretation of prescriptions and medication orders; storage, control procedures, and dispensing procedures performed under supervision of a pharmacy officer (AOC 67E) or a medical corps officer. Subjects include pharmacy administration, pharmaceutical calculations and chemistry, therapeutics, pharmaceutical preparation, sterile products, and pharmacy practice.

PHIB RECON BASIC - N03AHK1 - MASL : P124502

The primary purpose of BRC is to qualify students for assignment of the MOS Reconnaissance Man (0321) or Navy NEC 8427. The course also trains members of the U.S. and allied armed forces units having an amphibious reconnaissance mission in basic skills required to perform

reconnaissance and surveillance operations in support of an amphibious operation, if school seat availability exists.

Scope: The course provides the student with a basic knowledge of reconnaissance doctrine, concepts, and techniques with emphasis on amphibious entry, extraction, beach reconnaissance, Combat Rubber Reconnaissance Craft (CRRC) operator skills and patrolling. The course combines lecture, demonstration, and practical application in communications, land navigation, supporting arms, rough terrain skills, patrolling, intelligence reporting, demolitions,

nautical navigation, coxswain skills, scout swimmer and physical training. Upon successful completion of the course, Marine students are qualified for assignment of the MOS

0321. Marines previously trained as military parachutists or divers will be qualified for assignment of the 8652, 8653, or 8654 MOS as appropriate.

PREREQUISITES: Students must be volunteers, qualified and certified on their orders as CWS 1st class in accordance with MCO 1500.52 (series); be 1st Class status on a recent USMC PFT;

be fluent in the English language; have normal color vision and visual acuity in accordance with BUMEDINST,Chapter 15-13A, be medically qualified and free of any cold, upper respiratory ear, nose or skin disorders, or any other medical disorder that may preclude participation in prolonged salt water training, and be physically qualified to participate in extensive physical training.

NOTE: Participation in this training must be received from PP&O-30 MAGTF Special Operations Section, HQMC.

PHIB RECON BASIC - N30AHK1 - MASL : P124300

BASIC AMPHIBIOUS RECONNAISSANCE

The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a working knowledge of basic reconnaissance doctrine, concepts, and techniques, with emphasis on ground/amphibious point and area reconnaissance missions. The course combines lecture, demonstration, and practical application in communications, land navigation, supporting arms, reconnaissance skills, patrolling, reconnaissance missions, nautical navigation, amphibious reconnaissance, technical reporting, CRRC coxswain skills, and physical training. Students must be capable of enduring long hours as well as many physically demanding training evolutions. Students must complete a screening on the first training day, which they must pass in order to continue with the course. The screening consists of a modified S-1 swim qualification comprised of a 500 meter swim, 25 meter underwater swim, rifle recovery from bottom of 15ft pool, 15ft water entry from tower, and a 30 minute water tread. Students will also be required to run a first class Marine Corps physical fitness test immediately following the pool evolution (225 or higher).

UNIFORM AND GEAR REQUIREMENTS: Student must have these items: 1 Set Map Pens, 2 Woodland Camouflage Covers, 4 Woodland Camouflage Blouses, 4 Woodland Camouflage Trousers, 4 Green T-Shirts, 6 Pr. Green Socks, 2 Pr Combat Boots, Jungle or Leather (Serviceable: broken in), 2 Pr. UDT Trunks, 3 Pr. Dive Socks (can be purchased on arrival), 1 Green sweatshirt, 1 Green sweat pants, 1 Pr Running Shoes (Serviceable: broken in), 3 Pr. White Athletic Socks, 1 Set ID Tags w/Chain, Personal Hygiene Items, Civilian Attire, 1 Bush Cover, 1 Wristwatch-Waterproof, 2 Flashlight Red Lens w/Batteries, 1 Whistle.

ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS: Students must have their SRB, medical record (must include necessary waivers, PRK, etc..), dental record and signed copy of commander s checklist. Ensure all students are CWS-1 swim qualified with the supporting documentation (exception for entry level (RMAT) Marines only!!! These students must be a minimum of CWS-2.) Failure to meet any of the above administrative requirements will result in the student being dropped from the course prior to the screening.

RECOMMENDATIONS: International Military Students (IMS) should arrive two weeks prior to the convening date for the desired course to recieve pre-training which will greatly increase their success rate. Individual units with students showing up for training should either have a representative present at the screening training day one or be available at the command s contact number at 0300 pacific standard time on the day of pick up. This will facilitate resolving any administrative issues that may preclude a student from training. This is highly recommended in order to ensure your students get into the class. For additional information on the course use the following Link: http://www.ewtgpac.navy.mil/n8/basic_reconnaissance_course_info.htm

PHOENIX RAVEN QUAL CRS - MASL : D122097

This course qualifies selected security force personnel to perform as members of a force protection team assigned to deployed AMC aircraft. The course covers mission capabilities and planning, cross-culture and verbal judo communication, mission intelligence sources, legal considerations, embassy operations, explosive detection and procedures, Introduction to terrorism, terrorist operations, individual protective measures, detecting terrorist surveillance, hostage survival, airfield surveys and aircraft familiarization. Extensive training is given in PPCT defensive tactics, ASP Baton training, ground fighting, application of the force continuum, less than lethal force weapons, and firearms training. A written test and exercise scenarios enable students to apply the knowledge learned while performing as members of a PHOENIX RAVEN team.

PHYS SECURITY TRNG PRGM - MASL : D173085

NONE.

PHYSICAL THERAPY SPECIALTY - MASL : B175233

Scope: Phase 1 (17 weeks) is conducted at the AMEDDC&S, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Phase 2 (10 weeks) is conducted at designated medical treatment facilities. The total course length is 27 weeks with three iterations conducted annually. The 303-N9 Course is an introduction to delivery of health care and physical therapy services in relation to other patient-oriented services. In Phase 1 training students are instructed in mechanisms of normal movement and functions of the human body and consideration of how these are altered in selected congenital, traumatic, and pathological conditions. Theory and use of physical agents, specific methods of physical assessment, advanced techniques of exercise, ambulation, patient transfer, and impact of psychological problems in rehabilitation are presented. Enlisted students are provided with a solid foundation in the basic science of physical therapy techniques. Phase 2 training consists of on-the-job (OJT) training in a clinical environment. United States Navy students attend an 8-week Phase 2 OJT at Naval facilities. Upon satisfactory completion of the 303-N9 training Army students are awarded the additional skill identifier of N9, Navy students are awarded the Navy Enlisted Classification of 8466, and Coast Guard students are awarded QC 15. During mobilization, the course does not require a Phase 2 training component.

PHYSICAL/SWIM/INDOC - MASL : P129492

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

PHYSIOLOGICAL TNG OFF - MASL : D175066

Runs in conjunction with B3OBY43A1 001, rospace Physiologist (USAF), and provides the knowledge to perform basic duties as an rospace physiologist. Includes principles and application of aviation physiology, science of the earth''s atmosphere, introduction to human factors, and aircraft accident investigation techniques. Instruction in the use of the night vision trainer, barany chair and applicable aircrew life support equipment necessary to expose physiologists to the flying stresses experienced by aircrews. Familiarizes students with operation and maintenance of low pressure chambers and associated equipment used in career field. Students undergo low pressure chamber, centrifuge, and advanced spatial disorientation demonstrator training. Students will also perform duties at each crew position on the low pressure chamber.

PHYSIOLOGICAL TNG SPEC - MASL : D175003

Provides knowledge and basic skills to perform entry-level duties as an enlisted rospace Physiology Apprentice. Training includes basic facts and terms about rospace physiology, physiology fundamentals, operation of hypobaric chambers and supporting equipment, other physiological training devices, personal life support equipment, administrative procedures of physiological training, aircraft emergency escape, cabin pressurization, and briefings on specialized aspects of MAJCOM rospace physiology programs.

PHYSIOLOGICAL/ * - MASL : D175005

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

PILOT INSTRUCTOR/T-37 - MASL : D115008

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

PILOT INSTRUCTOR/T-38C - MASL : D115012

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

PILOT/TACT INSTR/C-130 - MASL : D115018

Formal school course that qualifies pilots to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.

PK LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS PKLD - MASL : P176017

PEACEKEEPING: LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS PKLD

PKLD promotes the rule of law by presenting the latest legal and organizational developments in the ever-changing field of peacekeeping.

What are the benefits of PKLD?

1) Develops professionalism, knowledge about current peacekeeping issues, and the ability to participate effectively in peace and humanitarian missions by examining the operational impact of legal considerations that influence national involvement in current peacekeeping operations.

2) Promotes understanding and cooperation between the U.S., partner nations and international organizations involved in peacekeeping.

3) Condensed two week program provides a current update on pressing peacekeeping issues that are before the General Assembly and Security Council.

4) Prepares participants to be able to make decisions based on the most current trends and developments in peacekeeping.

Who should participate in PKLD?

PKLD open to military officers of any rank and civilian equivalents and there are no prerequisite requirements. PKLD is best suited for senior officials, faculty members of national peacekeeping training centers or War Colleges, and for staff military legal advisors who have a need to understand current developments in preparation for assignments in peace operations. There are no prerequisites.

What do PKLD participants learn?

The curriculum is focused on international law and the work of international organizations along with a study of recent developments and trends in peacekeeping missions, peacekeeping policy, and doctrine directives. Participants take part in a working visit to UN headquarters in New York with UN Staff members, individual country missions, and regional organization staffs. The Informational Program features visits in the Newport area and Boston.

NOTE: CANCELLATION FEE POLICY: 100 PERCENT PENALTY FEE, ONCE A CONTRACT IS LET OR A QUOTA IS CONFIRMED, UNLESS WAIVED BY THE MILDEP AS PER NAVY IPO 081900Z JAN 03.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PLAN,PROG,BUDG & EXEC SYS - MASL : B156535

Resource management organizations and functions; budgeting; review and analysis; RDA management; special appropriations management; commercial activities; cost analysis; economic analysis; installation management programs; total Army quality; commitment and obligation principles and rules; manpower and force structure management; management controls; auditing; flow, receipt and administrative control of funds; fiscal code; working capital funds.

PLANNING PEACE OPS - MASL : P171401

The Planning Peace Operations course is a three-week program conducted at the Naval Postgraduate School. It is designed for international military and civilian officials responsible for strategic planning and organizing their country s participation in peace operations, as well as for those personnel responsible for developing and implementing operational concepts and plans. This course provides an understanding of the roles and functions of the United Nations in international political and security matters, particularly peacekeeping, as well as those operational staff and managerial skills needed for understanding the complexities of the establishment, conduct and termination of peace operations. It also deals with how peace operations forces are mobilized, organized, deployed, employed and sustained. The educational approach of this course combines informational content along with practical exercises in operational planning to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively design and prepare their national forces for participation in peace operations. This course covers all the United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations recommended subject areas for strategic and operational level training. The course is taught in English. Class Size: 24. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

PLDC - NCO ACAD - MASL : B229000

This MASL would be programmed when Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC) - Non-commissioned Officer Adademy is programmed.This MASL would be programmed when Primary Leadership Development Course (PLDC) - Non-commissioned Officer Adademy is programmed.

PLT INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES - MASL : D121064

This course helps prepare pilots for flying missions under Instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) and in accordance with Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). It will teach both Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) rules and procedures. Students will learn the use of various charts, navigational aids, and instrument flight procedures, to include basic fundamentals and planning of international flight plans. There is no actual flight training involved, and application is taught via flight simulators. Graduates of this course are still required to apply these procedures in their respective weapon systems with an experienced instructor or evaluator in order to fully qualify for instrument flight operations. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUMENT FLIGHT This unit is designed to improve basic instrument knowledge through the introduction of fundamental instrument procedures and concepts. Upon completion of this unit, students will comprehend the fundamental procedures for implementing the 60-1 rule, control and performance concepts, and instrument cross-check procedures. In addition, this unit teaches students procedures on the use of Navigational Aides (NAVAIDS), aircraft instrumentation, radial/arc intercepts, fix-to-fix navigation, and holding pattern procedures. BLOCK II - FLIGHT PLANNING AND SPECIAL TOPICS The purpose of this unit is to enhance the students instrument flight planning skills. The student will receive instruction on instrument approach procedures, the use of Jeppesen and Department of Defense charts, airspace and weather considerations, departures and arrivals, and spatial disorientation recognition. ICAO procedures are covered and compared with FAA instrument procedures. Additionally, a thorough revision of procedures used to calculate flight plan data and the submission of an international flight plan will take place during this block. BLOCK III - INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES This unit is designed to develop knowledge of procedures and techniques to fly precision and non-precision instrument approach procedures. Both high altitude and low altitude approach procedures are discussed. Additionally, techniques and procedures for missed approach and landing out of an approach receive in-depth analysis. Topics on autopilot approaches, safety of flight, Crew Resource Management, Global Positioning System operations, airspace and communications is covered to include a tour of the San Antonio or Kelly Field air traffic control facilities and tower. Terminal Instrument Procedures criteria is addressed to give the students basic understanding of instrument procedures and limitations. BLOCK IV - INSTRUMENT SIMULATOR Fundamentals and performance of basic instrument skills is the objective of this block. The student will fly 21 missions in either a twin prop or twin jet simulator, such as, a Frasca 242 (twin prop), AST Hawk (twin prop), T40 (twin jet) or 737 simulator. Students will receive instruction in the following: basic instrument maneuvers, confidence maneuvers, radial/arc intercepts, fix-to-fix navigation, and holding pattern procedures. Students will additionally receive several hours of self-paced instruction on the NT361 computer based flight trainer (CBFT) where they will practice basic procedures individually or with an instructor. Students will practice all maneuvers and instrument approach procedures, with emphasis on incorporating fundamentals, basic skills, and instrument procedures in several real-time missions. On the last simulator sortie of each block the student will receive a progress check of all assigned maneuvers. A comprehensive simulator checkride is administered at the end of this unit.

POWER GENERATOR EQUIP RPR - MASL : B174120

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

POWER-GENERATION EQUIPMENT REPAIRER BNCOC (DL) - MASL : B174128

Effective 2003-12-18

Course Scope:

Course introduction, Force XXI, Ordnance Corps History, GPS, introduction to computers, ETM's, shop operations, AOAP, maintenance team deployment, and MOS specific tasks to include inspection principles, AC/DC circuit analysis, TMDE, cylinder head maintenance, EAPU, and introduction to TQG generators.

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION:

FOR TASS BNS/RTS-M

To receive credit for 091-52D30 BNCOC the NCO must complete all phases of the course. The course contains five distinct phases taught through a variety of methods to include Distributed Learning (DL) and resident training at the TASS Battalion or the RTS-M.

DL is non-resident self-paced training without an instructor requirement. Lessons are completed at home, in a learning center at a post, in a distributed-learning classroom, or in a unit. Subjects are self-taught through a variety of media including printed and interactive multimedia instruction (IMI). You have 90 days to complete the DL portion of the course. While this is a non-traditional instruction without an instructor present, the Ordnance Mechanical Maintenance School (OMMS) has identified subject matter experts who are available to answer your questions of a technical nature. This point of contact information is provided later in this special information.

After all DL is completed, resident training is conducted during 3phases (IDT/ADTs) at a regional The Army School System (TASS) Training Battalion site. This training can include non-hardware and hardware oriented instruction. Hardware oriented training generally requires the extensive use of equipment and/or materials.

Below is a brief description of the phases you are required to complete.

Phase I: 600-BNCOC (USASMA BNCOC Common Core) Common Leader Training (CLT) subjects are taught during ADT or IDT if you are a reserve component soldier. You must complete Phase I CLT before beginning the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) specific training with the exception of Phase II (DL) that can be completed concurrently with the Phase 1..

Phase II: 662-52D30 (DL) subjects are completed during this training phase. This is a mixture of Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI), printed text, and web-based instruction. Phase II can be completed simultaneously with the Common Leader Training (Phase I). Instructions on how you will obtain this course material will be provided in this special information.

Phase III: Again, Phases I & II MUST be completed prior to starting this phase. This training phase consists of a 2 week resident ADT of MOS specific subjects taught in residence at a Regional Training Site-Maintenance (RTSM) within any of the seven TASS Battalions.

Phase IV: For certain training conducted in the TASS Battalions and RTS-M, the technical training may be so extensive that all required training cannot be completed during a single 2 week period. Phase IV is a continuation of technical training and is designated for MOS specific training, which must be completed during either and IDT or a second ADT. Students attend up to 128 hours of instruction during IDT. This training may occur at Regional Training Site-Maintenance (RTSM) within any of the seven TASS Battalions.

Phase V: This Course requires a second resident 2 week period to cover all of the required technical training. This training is ADT taught at a Regional Training Site-Maintenance (RTSM) within any of the seven TASS Battalions.

Administrative Procedures: You are required to attend portions of your training during resident training (ADT/IDT) periods. For resident training, you will be attached, for training only, to a regional TASS training battalion responsible for your specific MOS. The school commandant or TASS battalion will provide specific information on billeting, mess, and other support information. The first lesson of the course is an introductory lesson that lays out detailed information for the entire course, to include a course map. For your DL phase (Phase 2) the Army Training Support Center (ATSC) will provide a student information letter describing the structure of the phase, testing procedures, and all required CD-ROM/correspondence courseware.

Examination Standards: For specific learning objectives, testing is required to assess and ensure your proficiency of that task or skill. Written evaluations, performance evaluations, and web based evaluations are used.

Written Evaluations: All written examinations are open book and require a minimum passing score of 70 %. You may have one retest.

Performance Evaluations: These evaluations are performance oriented and require you to receive an overall GO rating by the evaluator. If you fail to receive a GO, you will be allowed one retest.

Web Based Evaluations: And end-of-phase/module web-based exam is graded by the Interim Learning System (ILMS) Distance Learning Program (DLP) at https://www.aimsrdl.atsc.army.mil/secured/accp_top.htm. These evaluations are knowledge oriented and require you to complete the test through the use of the World Wide Web. These examinations are open book and require a minimum passing score of 70%. If you do not achieve a 70%, you are prompted to go back and review the materials you studied. After a review, you are offered the opportunity to retake a different version of the computer-generated test. This process can be repeated only once. At the conclusion of the test, you will be given the results of your test. If you do not achieve 70% on the retake, you will be disenrolled for failing to meet minimum academic standards.

Academic Evaluation Report (R): An R, DA Form 1059, will be provided to you upon successful completion or disenrollment from the course.

Address email questions pertaining to the administration of the courseware to sectona@atsc.army.mil or call Com: (757) 878-3322/2127 or DSN 826-3322/2127. Address question pertaining to subject matter technical content to ordnance44seriesdl@ocs.apg.amry.mil or call Com: (410) 278-2204 or DSN 298-2204

Prerequisites (add to other prerequisites information)

DL Phase 1 and 2 must be completed prior to any resident instruction phase (phase 3) of the course (see special information for details)

PPL IC APPRENTICE TECH - MASL : P132007

ICAPPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING VIRTUAL PATH

The Apprentice Technical Training Virtual Training Path will offer entry-level training for the IC rating. Trainees will have access to the knowledge and skills associated with the electricity, electronics, communications, and radar communities. Reusable Learning Objects (lessons) will address technical areas to include Direct Current, Alternating Current, Analog Devices, Digital Devices, Communication Systems, Radar Systems, and other associated devices and sub-systems. SCOPE: Trainees will obtain apprentice level skills required by Fleet standards for entry into a workplace environment responsible for operation and maintenance of electronic equipment. Trainees will be introduces to technical procedures, test equipment, fault isolation techniques, and repair methodologies. Graduates will demonstrate an apprentice level performance based on Skill Objects identified by Fleet.

PPL MM STEAM PROP MNT SUPV - MASL : P145394

Train E4 through E9 Machinist s Mates to perform organizational level preventive and corrective maintenance on steam propulsion machinery systems/components and supporting auxiliary systems/components. Particular emphasis is placed on developing the maintenance behaviors and skills necessary to analyze system/component malfunctions and failures and to accomplish/supervise the preventive or corrective maintenance required. In addition to actual maintenance procedures, the training addresses the use of applicable technical reference material, maintenance tools and their usage and submission of maintenance documentation.

PR COMMON CORE CLASS A1 - MASL : P148375

This course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aircrew Survival Equipment. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision. Introduction and Indoctrination, Maintenance Concepts, Levels and Types, Tool Control Procedures, Foreign Object Damage (FOD), Common Tools, SEATS/ICAP Program, Corrosion Control, Aircraft Battle Damage Repair, Introduction to Composite Materials, Industrial Sewing Machine Usage, Operation and Maintenance, General Purpose Flight Equipment, Flight Helmets, Oxygen Masks, Anti-G Garments, Parachute Restraint Harness Assemblies, Anti-Exposure Assemblies, Survival Equipment, SV-2B (series) Survival Vest, Search and Rescue Equipment, LPP-1A Life Preserver Assembly, LRU-12/P Life Raft Assembly and Inspection Requirements, SKU-2/A Seat Survival Kit, Parachute Loft Administration and Structure, NB-8 Parachute.

PRACTICAL NURSE - MASL : B175228

Scope: This three-phased course trains the Licensed Practical Nurse, ASI M6 in skills and knowledge necessary to become a proficient entry level nursing care provider. The students training encompasses nursing for in/outpatient care, emergent and minor acute treatments, and casualty care management. The ASI M6 graduate will be trained to the licensing standards of the Texas Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners. Additionally, the student receives specific training in military hospital field nursing, force medical protection, deployable medical systems and equipment and critical care. This course is taught in three Phases: Phase 1 at the Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston (8 weeks) and Phase 2 and 3 at designated MTFs (44 weeks). The total course length is 52 weeks .

P hase 1 provides an expansion of basic Anatomy and Physiology presented in the primary MOS Health Care Specialist Course and introduces the fundamentals of Microbiology, Nutrition, and pharmacological mathematic concepts, fundamentals of nursing, train field-nursing skills/tasks, allow for set-up and use of ICU field medical equipment, instruction on set-up and storage of DEPMEDS, and introduce computer/information systems used for patient tracking and documentation such as Medical Communications for Combat Causality Care (MC4) and Composite Health Care System (CHCS I and II).

P hase 2 affords the student the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to be a practical nurse in a variety of community-based and acute care settings. This training includes: advanced anatomy and physiology; expanded use of principles in microbiology; integration of pharmacology and nutrition care; as well as pathophysiology of the body systems and its manifestations. Medication administration is an essential component throughout training. The nursing process provides the framework for the acquisition of knowledge and application of skills. Emphasis is placed on the students abil ity to integrate concepts and perform skills in a variety of clinical settings. The clinical rotations include, but are not limited to, medical-surgical, pre-and postoperative settings, pediatrics, obstetrics, gerontology, emergency room, and critical care management environments.

P hase 3 affords the student the opportunity to acquire the beginning skills necessary to function in a critical care environment. The training includes 40 hours of classroom instruction focusing on advanced anatomy and physiology; pathophysiology of critical disease processes and integration of pharmacology, and medical and nursing management/treatment modalities for the critically injured/ill patient. Students will also recieve 80 hours of clinical instruction in a critical care/intermediate care environment. In addition during this phase the student will receive NCLEX preparation through a structured review and NCLEX predictor exam. Prior to completion of Phase 3, students will be required to sit for and complete the NCLEX-PN examination.

PRACTICAL NURSE PH1 - MASL : B175230

Scope: This three-phased course trains the Licensed Practical Nurse, ASI M6 in skills and knowledge necessary to become a proficient entry level nursing care provider. The student's training encompasses nursing for in/outpatient care, emergent and minor acute treatments, and casualty care management. The ASI M6 graduate will be trained to the licensing standards of the Texas Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners. Additionally, the student receives specific training in military hospital field nursing, force medical protection, deployable medical systems and equipment and critical care. This course is taught in three Phases: Phase 1 at the Academy of Health Sciences, Fort Sam Houston (8 weeks) and Phase 2 and 3 at designated MTF's (44 weeks). The total course length is 52 weeks. Phase 1 provides an expansion of basic Anatomy and Physiology presented in the primary MOS Health Care Specialist Course and introduces the fundamentals of Microbiology, Nutrition, and pharmacological mathematic concepts, fundamentals of nursing, train field-nursing skills/tasks, allow for set-up and use of ICU field medical equipment, instruction on set-up and storage of DEPMEDS, and introduce computer/information systems used for patient tracking and documentation such as Medical Communications for Combat Causality Care (MC4) and Composite Health Care System (CHCS I and II). Phase 2 affords the student the opportunity to acquire the skills necessary to be a practical nurse in a variety of community-based and acute care settings. This training includes: advanced anatomy and physiology; expanded use of principles in microbiology; integration of pharmacology and nutrition care; as well as pathophysiology of the body systems and its manifestations. Medication administration is an essential component throughout training. The nursing process provides the framework for the acquisition of knowledge and application of skills. Emphasis is placed on the student's ability to integrate concepts and perform skills in a variety of clinical settings. The clinical rotations include, but are not limited to, medical-surgical, pre-and postoperative settings, pediatrics, obstetrics, gerontology, emergency room, and critical care management environments. Phase 3 affords the student the opportunity to acquire the beginning skills necessary to function in a critical care environment. The training includes 40 hours of classroom instruction focusing on advanced anatomy and physiology; pathophysiology of critical disease processes and integration of pharmacology, and medical and nursing management/treatment modalities for the critically injured/ill patient. Students will also recieve 80 hours of clinical instruction in a critical care/intermediate care environment. In addition during this phase the student will receive NCLEX preparation through a structured review and NCLEX predictor exam. Prior to completion of Phase 3, students will be required to sit for and complete the NCLEX-PN examination.

PRECISION MEAS CALIB - MASL : D304011

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

PRECISION MEAS EQUIP LAB - MASL : D131009

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 11 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986, Comm (228) 377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in (DAVIS Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (DAVIS Manor, bldg 6955), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-597-5585: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** Students learn to use technical data and test equipment to maintain and calibrate US Air Force Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE). They receive theory, hands-on training, and apply electronic principles, data principles, logic analysis, shop procedures, testing, and maintenance management. Training includes the application of electronic principles, the use of electronic schematics, TMDE circuit analysis, AC/DC measurement, measurement techniques, oscilloscope calibration, waveform analysis, precise time frequency measurement , signal generation measurement, and physical dimensional measurement. Students are mission-ready certified on the calibration of the passive analog multimeter, digital multimeter, oscilloscope, pressure guage, torque wrench, and frequency counter.

PRED REQUAL SR PILOT - MASL : D116186

Trains personnel to mission ready (MR) status in the pilot and sensor operator crew positions on the MQ-1 Predator system in the following missions: Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR). Strike coordination and reconnaissance (SCAR). Surface attack tactics (SAT). NOTE: This course will not qualify crewmembers to launch, takeoff, or land the aircraft.

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SENIOR LEADERS - MASL : B175238

This course emphasizes management skills and problem solving in preventive medicine. General subjects include managing Preventive Medicine operations in TDA and TO&E organizations; knowledge of population health for force health protection; employment of Operational Risk Management techniques for Preventive Medicine and health surveillance; identification of current issues impacting Preventive Medicine; and managing Preventive Medicine support for homeland security operations. Technical competence in a specialty area is necessary for attendees, as this is not a refresher course. Personnel in both TDA and TO&E Preventive Medicine will benefit from this course.

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE SPECIALIST - MASL : B175237

Inspect and evaluate sanitation and safety of living quarters, food service facilities, water supplies, industrial operations, and other facilities and operations as required. Evaluate adequacy of wastewater and solid waste disposal operations. Perform various entomological functions in support of insect and rodent control programs. Help collect data for communicable and occupational disease investigations.

PRIMARY COMBAT SYSTEMS OFF - MASL : D114045

Initial Combat Systems Officer Primary syllabus training course provides basic navigational and electronic warfare skills. Training consists of academics, simulator, and flight training.

PRIN INVEN CTRL (WPN SYS) - MASL : P152085

Principles of Inventory Control (PIC)

International Officers only, grade O-1 to O-4, waivers available for civilian and enlisted students. Course provides a detailed overview of Acquisition Logistics, Allowance Models, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and Inventory Control Point (ICP) operations, with a focus on weapons systems support. Course includes study of math models for outfitting and determining allowances quantities. Also discusses ship transfer and shipyard procedures, and specific allowance determination for the FMS customer.

Special Notes: CONVENES TWICE ANNUALLY AS PART OF THE IOSCO PIPELINE - P152002, P151200, P152085, P152090, P152003, AND P152087. THIS COURSE CAN BE EXPORTED AS AN MTT WITH SPECIAL REQUEST FOR PRICING AND FEASIBILITY.

PRIN OF MILITARY PREV MEDICINE - MASL : B175236

Provide Army Medical Department (AMEDD) officers with the skills and knowledge to function in preventive medicine specialty areas at an entry level. Subjectscommon to all preventive medicine are presented in a common core for all students. In addition, each group receives instruction unique to their specialty.

PRINC DEF PROCUREM & CONTR - MASL : P159202

PRINCIPLES OF DEFENSE PROCUREMENT AND CONTRACTING

This two week resident course is offered twice yearly immediately following the Principles of Defense Acquisition Management course. The course provides an in-depth examination of policy, procedures and best practices applicable to all phases of the procurement and contracting process. During the course, international practices which include the U.S., EU and NATO models for procurement and contracting are examined. The goal is to enable course participants to understand and implement, to the extent possible, the principles of efficient and effective procurement and contracting systems. Specific topics include transparency, procurement planning; market research, writing and reviewing work specifications, competition policies, developing requests for tenders, tendering methods, evaluation techniques, analysis of technical and price proposals, contract administration/management and contract closeout. Additionally, the course includes in depth discussions of development and use of reporting systems and creation and sustainment of a professional procurement workforce. A study of concepts and practices related to on line auctioning and electronic procurement are also included. This course is approved for E-IMET funding for civilian students.

The course is highly interactive and combines lecture and class discussion with group exercises. This course is suitable for military officers (grade 0-4 through 0-6) and civilian officials who deal in any aspect of procurement and contracting or in peripheral fields such as economics, program management, logistics or budgeting and finance.

Course Contact Information: Dr. Elisabeth Wright, Program Manager, IDARM (831) 656-2469; (540) 972-9184, ewright@nps.edu; Kathleen Peggar, IDARM (831) 656-2049, klpeggar@nps.edu.

PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUCTION - MASL : D166039

This course provides training in instructional methodology with emphasis on actual practice teaching. The major subject areas included in the course are the learning process, communicative skills, curriculum development, instructional media, student measurement, lesson planning, questioning techniques, and student counseling. The course is available to active duty Air Force, AFRES, ANG, and other Department of Defense personnel who are involved in teaching programs. This course is group-paced.

PROFESSIONAL/SPECIALIZED - MASL : D171010

The Air War College mission is to develop and support senior leaders through education, research, and information programs focused on strategic and institutional leadership, joint and multinational warfighting, multi-agency international security operations, air and space force development, and national security planning. In the core curriculum, the Leadership and Ethics course prepares students to make successful strategic decisions. The course examines the personal and environmental senior leadership competencies required of todays complex, multi-cultural, expeditionary warfighting environment. The Foundations of Warfighting course provides students with a common framework for examining the development and practice of military strategy in order to broaden the students perspective regarding the nature of strategy and applying the military instrument of national power. The course provides a deep appreciation of the relationships between military operations and political purpose, and how this relationship influences choices about the use of military power in pursuit of national objectives. The National Security and Decision Making course assesses the context and processes for developing U.S. security strategy and policy as well as the military force structure to support policy and strategy. The context assessment encompasses the overarching cultural, religious, political and economic currents that influence local, regional and global security environments. The course assesses the role and impact of civil-military relations on policy development and execution. The Regional Studies (RS) course prepares senior leaders to investigate, analyze, and evaluate a geographic area from a combatant commander perspective in support of international and national security policies. To meet the challenges of the Air and Space Expeditionary Force, the course provides students the opportunity to evaluate an area of the world where a unified combatant commander must implement the national military strategy in support of US security policy. The course provides the opportunity for students to gain unique perspectives by studying and visiting one of 16 regions. The Joint/Coalition Military Operations course prepares senior officers to deploy, employ and control joint forces across the spectrum of conflict. The course emphasizes the employment of air and space forces as they contribute to the joint, combined or coalition environment in support of the National Military Strategy. The course assesses the best ways to present, plan, and control military resources (U.S. and coalition) as they serve the unique requirements of the Combatant Commander. The Global Security course examines the roles that nations and non-state actors play in shaping the global environment. The course uses a comparative approach to examine the political and economic elements of actors and their impact across a wide range of global security issues and environments. In the Research course, students exercise their critical and creative thinking skills as well as their ability to communicate actionable results to a potentially wide audience. Students may chose a topic sponsored by a military agency or develop a topic on their own. Students work with faculty and research advisors as well as sponsors to research and document their results, recommendations and insights. The Professional Studies Project (PSP) results in a 25-30 page deliverable. With the authors permission, Air University post papers on AU Web site and provides copies to the Defense Technical Information Center, Air University Library, and the Force Academy Library. Also, sponsors receive a copy of the product for their use. Although most research is an individual effort, the AWC offers students the opportunity to complete the PSP as part of a group research effort. In the elective curriculum, students complete three electives. The electives enhance and complement the core curriculum by providing

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE - MASL : B154030

The Program Management Office Course (PMOC), Part A, is the first part of the Level III certification course in the Program Management (PM) career field. It is a follow-on to ACQ 201B and PMT 250 and is designed to train Level II qualified students to be effective PM Level III leaders in a program office by honing analysis, synthesis, and evaluative skills. PMT 352A focuses on key PMO knowledge and skills not covered in the prerequisite courses. This course must be completed prior to attending PMT 352B.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

odescribe the role of science and technology in supporting the system acquisition process;

ounderstand Information Technology (IT) policy, best practices, information assurance measures, and interoperability considerations;

odescribe current manufacturing and logistics concepts and best practices, such as lean manufacturing and supply chain management; and

oexplain appropriate management and decision making models to aid in addressing various acquisition program issues (business and financial; international; environmental, safety, and health; etc.).

The Program Management Office Course (PMOC), Part A, is the first part of the Level III certification course in the Program Management (PM) career field. It is a follow-on to ACQ 201B and PMT 250 and is designed to train Level II qualified students to be effective PM Level III leaders in a program office by honing analysis, synthesis, and evaluative skills. PMT 352A focuses on key PMO knowledge and skills not covered in the prerequisite courses. This course must be completed prior to attending PMT 352B.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

odescribe the role of science and technology in supporting the system acquisition process;

ounderstand Information Technology (IT) policy, best practices, information assurance measures, and interoperability considerations;

odescribe current manufacturing and logistics concepts and best practices, such as lean manufacturing and supply chain management; and

oexplain appropriate management and decision making models to aid in addressing various acquisition program issues (business and financial; international; environmental, safety, and health; etc.).

PROGRAM MANAGER'S COURSE - MASL : B154027

This course is an intense, highly integrated 10-week case-study-based learning experience. Group discussions, distinguished guest practitioners, team projects, exercises, simulations, study groups, and an elective program enable the learner to customize a portion of the course. Time will be available to internalize the material through independent study and informal work with peers. Course content will rely upon challenges, problems, and dilemmas derived from extensive current interviews with Program Managers (PMs), Program Executive Officers (PEOs), and other stakeholders. The dilemmas will be those that course graduates can expect to confront when they return to their workplaces.

Objectives: Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to:

- apply critical thinking when confronted by problems and dilemmas on a day-to-day basis;

- lead and integrate disparate functional groups and develop a cohesive team capable of coping with the complex problems common to Program Management Offices (PMOs) and PEOs; and

- identify and apply best business practices to achieve win-win relationships with industry partners.

PROGRAM MANGT TOOLS DL - MASL : B154813

The Program Management Tools course provides application skills needed in a program office or as an Integrated Product Team (IPT) lead. It is a follow-on to ACQ 201B and is designed to enhance journeyman-level skills. This course is required, along with ACQ 201B, for Level II certification in Program Management (PM) and also prepares students for later work in the Level III Program Management Office Course, PMT 352, Parts A and B.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

-apply best practices for establishing effective IPTs;

-develop Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs);

-build program schedules and apply risk management principles using state-of-the-industry software;

-apply current cost estimating processes;

-perform contract planning and post-award activities; and

-use earned value tools and techniques for program planning and control.

The Program Management Tools course provides application skills needed in a program office or as an Integrated Product Team (IPT) lead. It is a follow-on to ACQ 201B and is designed to enhance journeyman-level skills. This course is required, along with ACQ 201B, for Level II certification in Program Management (PM) and also prepares students for later work in the Level III Program Management Office Course, PMT 352, Parts A and B.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

-apply best practices for establishing effective IPTs;

-develop Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs);

-build program schedules and apply risk management principles using state-of-the-industry software;

-apply current cost estimating processes;

-perform contract planning and post-award activities; and

-use earned value tools and techniques for program planning and control.

PROGRAMMABLE LOG CONT EM04 - MASL : P155399

PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS USCG EM-04

Provide training in: the fundamentals of programmable logic controllers, interpreting simple ladder logic, advanced ladder logic instructions, loading programs, writing ladder logic programs, editing programs and backing up progams, troubleshooting hardware and software problems associated with PLC equipment.

PREREQUISITES: Completion of Electrician s Mate "A" (P122216) or equivalent experience, and electronics, Advanced Analog (P131130) and Electronics, Advanced Digital

(P131131).

PROGRAMMING SPECL - MASL : D156016

This course teaches an introduction to software technology, hardware concepts, software concepts, software engineering goals and principles, the software life cycle, problem solving and algorithm design. Computer concepts, internal data representation, computer architecture, and communications fundamentals are also covered. Then Program Design Language is used to teach logic and design methodologies. Next, Visual Basic programming is used to teach high order language concepts such as conditional statements, iterative statements, error handling, file processing, procedures and functions, and general event-driven practices. Finally, software maintenance concepts and database management systems development, usage and maintenance are covered.

PROP ALARM/IND SYS MAINT - MASL : P132341

PROPULSION ALARM AND INDICATING SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE

To provide Interior Communications Electrician Petty Officers and IC/A School graduates the skills to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on Pressure/Temperature Alarm Sensors, Alarm Panels and Switchboards (B51-B52, IC/S, IC/SM); McNabb Salinity Indicating Level Alarm and Indicating System - Yarway and Barton - GEM Tank Level Indicating Systems, Wager Smoke Indicator System, Superheater Temperature System, Wind Measuring and Indicating System Type "F", and various other propulsion plant alarm systems.

SCOPE: Instruction in the operation, preventive and corrective maintenance to a part level on the following circuits: B51/B52 Alarm Panel, IC/SM, 1-SB, 2-SB, 1-EC, 2-EC, EJ, EK, ED, EF, EQ, EA, 7-EL, 3-TK, 1-TD, 2-TD, and HD-HE.

PREREQUISITE: A School Graduate or 6 months fleet experience working with Propulsion Alarm and Indicating Systems.

PROP VISUAL INSPECTION - MASL : P179729

PROPELLER VISUAL INSPECTION

Propeller installation training; contractor provided. Navy and civilian dive shops as well as storage, installation and repair facilities are required to have qualified personnel available to perform visual inspections of propulsors for Department of the Navy ships. These requirements

are specified in NAVSEAINST 9245.1A and Naval Ships Technical Manual

S9086-HP-STM-010/CH-245. Strict adherence to these requirements is mandatory.

Purpose: To train personnel to perform and document propeller visual preservation and technical inspections. Attendees: Personnel (military and civilian) such as divers, supply and storage system personnel, repair shop personnel, and ship repair personnel who perform or plan to perform visual inspections of propellers upon receipt, prior to shipment, while in storage, before and after repair, and/or while installed shipboard.

Prerequisites: Prior propeller experience is recommended. Instructional Methods: a. Instructor lecture discussion with visual aides b. Student self study guide c. Practical demonstration on training aide mockups d. Work experience assignments on training aides e. Written examinations (to qualify as a visual inspector)

1 Satisfactory prepared visual inspection report

2 Final examination with minimum passing score of 80 percent

Course Outline:

a. Propeller terminology, blade configuration and numbering

b. Preservation, packaging and storage requirements

c. Visual inspection process and procedures

Special Notes: Participants must show level of security held and a need to know prior to the start of training. Please send security verification and need to know a minimum of 7 days prior to the start of the class date to NAVSEA SIDC, fax (757) 396-4682. Students must complete and submit Course Registration and Visitor Request forms before attending this training. Access the NNSY website: http://www.navsea.navy.mil/sidc/home.htm for access to these forms.

PROPUL FUEL TESTING-SHPBD - MASL : P145759

SHIPBOARD PROPULSION FUELS AND OILS AND JP-5 SYSTEMS AND TESTING

The Shipboard Propulsion Fuel and Oil, JP-5 System and Fuel Testing course is designed to provide Oil King and fuel handling personnel basic knowledge, and the skill necessary to operate/maintain propulsion/JP-5 shipboard fuel systems, to monitor the quality of shipboard fuels through a vigilant fuel testing program, and provide familiarity with logs, records, and reports necessary to monitor fuel and oil usage. Instruction of the physical properties of propulsion/JP-5 fuels used in Navy ships and aircraft and the significance of the quality test performed thereon; functional training regarding steps and procedures to conduct required quality surveillance testing of propulsion, JP-5 fuels and oils used in Navy ships and aircraft; lubricating oil management, the Navy Oil Analysis Program (NOAP) and logs, records, pollution abatement and control, and reports needed to monitor shipboard fuel and oil use; and characteristics and hazards of fuel tanks, transfer, stripping and service piping, pumps, and filters.

PROPUL SPECL/JET ENG CONVL - MASL : D141094

This course is 51 training days in length, to include an 80-hour/10 day fundamentals block of instruction shared with the J3ABR2A631D and the J3ABR2A631E Jet Engine courses. This initial skills course provides training to personnel on how to maintain and repair conventional jet engines. Specific training includes: constructional features, engine systems, use of technical publications, and the operation of the Core Automated Maintenance Systems (CAMS). The hands-on training includes: engine accessories removal, inspection, and installation; engine preservation and storage; rigid/flexible boroscope operation; engine removal and installation; the TF33 fan section; TF34 low-pressure turbine; and TF34 compressor (fan) disk and fan blade removal and installation maintenance procedures.

PROSP CO/XO/COMBAT SYS(NO) - MASL : P179355

Course Description / Administration / Remarks:

PROSPECTIVE COMMANDING OFFICER/PROSPECTIVE EXECUTIVE OFFICER/COMBAT SYSTEM

OFFICER (NORWAY). This course is specific to NORWAY and trains personnel to

direct warfare area operations, operate the Advanced Display System and C&D

System consoles in a command role. This course provides Prospective

Commanding, Prospective Executive Officers and Combat System Officers with

command level knowledge in the operational characteristics, capabilities,

limitations, and administrative requirements of the Integrated Weapon

system. Additionally, this training provides the general, physical, and

functional descriptions of the Royal Norwegian Navy (RNoN) FFG Combat System

elements, computer programs and integration descriptions of elements within

the Combat System for a specific hull. The course Training provides the

management level information required for system operation to direct the

operation in anti-air, anti-surface warfare. Personnel will conduct

multi-warfare scenarios, constructing, entering, and manipulating

operational doctrine, make tactical and administrative considerations,

management techniques for the system, under simulated underway conditions.

Hands-on instruction (approximately 40% of the course) includes operational

scenarios.

PROSP COMMANDING/EXEC OFF - MASL : P171300

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

NOTE: MINIMUM ONE YEAR COMMAND EXPERIENCE NECESSARY FOR MAXIMUM BENEFIT.

PS-SCH (PORT SEC) - MASL : P179121

This course teaches enlisted personnel to perform as junior petty officers at the job entry level in the Port Security Specialist rating. Students will be taught basic maritime law enforcement. Subject matter covered includes the following: Physical Security and Protective Measures, Coast Guard Unit Security, Commercial Facilities Security, Introduction to Small Arms (M-9, M-16 and M870), Authority and Jurisdiction, Asylum Requests, Harbor Control, Terrorism, Security Patrols, and Incident Command System (ICS).

Prerequisites: ASVAB VE + AR = 105

Note: This is an entry-level course for non-rated enlisted personnel.

PSYCHIATRIC SPECIALIST - MASL : B175227

Toprovide entry level knowledge, skills, and communication techniques required to assess/evaluate military personnel and their family members in need of mental health care; and provide communication techniques in the areas of human development, psychopathological disorders, psychological testing, consultation, interviewing, and counseling. The course combines didactic classroom instruction, closely supervised practical exercises, and an intensive closely supervised clinical practicum. Emphasis is on communication skills, psychological testing, assessment procedures, interviewing and counseling approaches.Toprovide entry level knowledge, skills, and communication techniques required to assess/evaluate military personnel and their family members in need of mental health care; and provide communication techniques in the areas of human development, psychopathological disorders, psychological testing, consultation, interviewing, and counseling. The course combines didactic classroom instruction, closely supervised practical exercises, and an intensive closely supervised clinical practicum. Emphasis is on communication skills, psychological testing, assessment procedures, interviewing and counseling approaches.

PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS OFFICER - MASL : B126619

Introduction to Psychological Operations; doctrine; organization and employment; PSYOP development process; marketing and advertising principles; social and behavioral science; adaptive leadership techniques; public diplomacy; interagency; Army digital training; political/military analysis; contemporary issues and PSYOP; course exercises and examinations.

PT-6A ENGINE TECHNICIAN - MASL : D141280

This course is designed to provide PT-6 engine technicians advanced operational theory and hands-on maintenance training in order to establish a solid craftsman foundation, with extensive knowledge on intermediate level maintenance repair skills. The student will analyze facts and draw conclusions related to operation and troubleshooting of the PT-6 engine and engine systems. Students are required to pass a written and or performance test at the end of certain blocks prior to advancement to the next block of instruction. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I PT-6 ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION This block begins with a course introduction, in which students learn about the academys policies and procedures along with academic requirements. Students are then given an orientation of the aircraft and engine maintenance campus and academic objective requirements. Immediately afterwards students receive a thorough description of the PT-6 engine main sections, engine air system, engine lubrication system, engine start system, engine fuel system, engine controls and instruments. Finally, the students are given a comprehensive written examination covering everything learned throughout this block of instruction. BLOCK II HOT SECTION INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE This block covers full engine teardown and build up procedures. This includes hot section inspection, and general inspection procedures, engine power section removal, compressor turbine segment measurement and grinding procedures, and installation of the gearbox and external components. This block of instruction concludes with a written exam and course assessment

PUBLIC AFFAIRS SUPERVISOR - MASL : B164593

This course consolidates the Public Affairs Supervisor Course and Advanced Public Affairs Supervisor Course. It updates tasks and supporting materials placing greater emphasis on leadership and management concerns in the Joint Operations arena. It's target audience is mid-level and senior public affairs specialists from all branches of the Armed Forces. The course provides instruction in enhanced public affairs skills, training methods and management techniques for noncommissioned officers and civilian employees. The training focuses on tools for measuring effective public affairs programs, assessing markets for public information, media operations, resource management, and emerging trends in PA and military communications.

PUMP MT - MASL : P145274

Totrain personnel to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on centrifugal, reciprocating, and rotary pumps. Scope: This course requires the students to describe information and perform organizational level preventive and corrective maintenance on centrifugal, reciprocating and rotary pumps. Particular emphasis is placed on developing the maintenance behavior and skills necessary to analyze components malfunctions and failures and to accomplish/supervise the preventive or corrective maintenance required. In addition to actual maintenance procedures, the training addresses the use of applicable technical reference materials, maintenance tools and their usage and submission of maintenance documentation. Practical maintenance skills are developed or reinforced on pump installed in the fleet.

QM OFFICER BASIC - MASL : B121355

Common unit management tasks; technical Quartermaster functions; and specific specialty training in general materiel management; field services; mortuary affairs; subsistence management, and petroleum and water operations.Common unit management tasks; technical Quartermaster functions; and specific specialty training in general materiel management; field services; mortuary affairs; subsistence management, and petroleum and water operations.

QUALITY CONTROL/ACFT - MASL : D148097

Provides training in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform various duties within a Quality Assurance (QA) organization. Training includes: responsibilities of the Quality Assurance Flight, QA programs and assessments including the Quality Assurance Program (QAP), Product Improvement Program, Quality Assurance concepts, and USAF Publications Systems including technical orders and Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO).

QUALITY CONTROL/ACFT/* - MASL : D148128

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

QUALITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM - MASL : P162376

Toprovide the necessary knowledge to effective manage a quality assurance program with in an intermediate maintenance activity.

QUARTERMASTER BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121280

Unit management tasks; tactical logistics operations; leadership; supply support activity procedures; rial delivery and field services; petroleum and water operations, and subsistence.

QUARTERMASTER CLASS A - MASL : P129520

Provides basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties of a Quartermaster of the Watch (less visual signaling) aboard ships underway, in port or at anchor. Instruction in charts and related publications, navigational aids, time and time pieces, Nautical Rules of the Road, logs, compasses and compass error, weather, tide and currents, sunrise and sunset, azimuths, taking bearings, symbols and labels, types of navigational fixes, set and drift, speed and distance, and plotting problems.

QUARTERMASTER/CHEMICAL EQUIP RPR - MASL : B148380

Performance of unit, direct and general support maintenance on laundry, bath equipment, pumps, engines, burner equipment, decontamination equipment, filters units, smoke generators, water purification equipment and basic knowledge and skills training.

RADAR FUND - MASL : P132819

This course trains personnel in radar fundamentals and includes instruction in power distribution, duplexers, microwave principles, antenna control, receivers, transmitters, indicators, solid state devices, operational amplifiers, general test equipment use, system testing on a LabVolt radar trainer, introduction to MIMMS-AIS, maintenance standards, equipment ground and electrostatic discharge, and basic electronics as it applies to radar theory. The course also provides instruction in repair of Interrogator AN/UPX-27 and the RF Switch AN/UPA-61. It encompasses the overall concepts of operation, installation, operational adjustments, interrelation of subassemblies, and circuitry peculiar to the AIMS equipment, corrective and preventive maintenance, use of test equipment, interpretation of schematics, logic diagrams, and use of technical manuals.

Course prerequisites

E-1 through E-4. Complete the Basic Electronics Course (P131805). Normal color vision and hearing certification must be included in ITO. Although this course is unclassified, a secret clearance is required to access the facility where the training is conducted. ITO must include security clearance.

RADAR REPAIRER - MASL : B148390

An intensive course in basic electronics, digital technology, and advanced electronic theory. Provides training on Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills.

RADAR REPAIRER (FULL COURSE) - MASL : B148392

Basic digital, computer and radar fundamentals; test, troubleshoot and fault isolate defective component(s); and perform required Organizational, Direct and General Support level maintenance troubleshooting, repair and alignments.Basic digital, computer and radar fundamentals; test, troubleshoot and fault isolate defective component(s); and perform required Organizational, Direct and General Support level maintenance troubleshooting, repair and alignments.

RADAR REPAIRER/TPQ-36 - MASL : B148391

Basic digital, computer and radar fundamentals; test, troubleshoot and fault isolate defective component(s); and perform required Organization, Direct and General Support level maintenance troubleshooting, repair and alignments. Provides training on Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills.

RADAR REPAIRER/TPQ-37 - MASL : B148393

Basic digital, computer and radar fundamentals; test, troubleshoot and fault isolate defective component(s); and perform required Organization, Direct and General Support level maintenance troubleshooting, repair and alignments. Provides training on Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills.

RADAR REPEATER SWITCHBD MT - MASL : P149175

Toprovide the Electronics Technician with the skills and knowledge required to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on the AN/SPA-25G Radar Repeaters, SB-4229/SP RADDS Switchboard, and RADDS Converter CV-3989/SP under normal operating conditions.

Prereq: Other graduate of Electronics Technician Cllass (A) School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications. A military ID card or equivalent company ID card is required for access to the school building at FTC Norfolk or FTC San Diego.

RADAR REPEATER SYS MT - MASL : P149020

Toprovide necessary maintenance on the AN/SPA-25G Radar Repeaters, SB-4229/SP RADDS Switchboard, and RADDS Converter CV-3989/SP.

SCOPE: To provide the Electronics Technician with the skills and knowledge required to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on the AN/SPA-25G Radar Repeaters, SB-4229/SP RADDS Switchboard, and RADDS Converter CV-3989/SP under normal operating conditions.

PREREQUISITES: Graduate of Electronics Technician Class (A) School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications. A military ID card or equivalent company ID card is required for access to the school building at FTC Norfolk.

RADAR/ * - MASL : D303010

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

RADIO CHIEF - MASL : P132856

Radio Chiefs are qualified to supervise installation and operation of fixed and field radio stations, microwave stations, and visual signaling stations. They prepare and execute radio communications plans vital to successful amphibious deployments with regard to highly mobile and reliable communications. Additionally, radio chiefs develop a systems approach toward communications, understanding wire and data communications equipment capabilities and systems integration. Course Prerequisites E-6 through E-7. Basic working knowledge of computers and the use of Marine Corps standard software programs. Although this course is unclassified, a secret clearance is required to access the facility where the training is conducted. ITO must include security clearance.

Course Prerequisites

E-6 through E-7. Basic working knowledge of computers and the use of Marine Corps standard software programs. Complete the Senior Career Course. Although this course is unclassified, a secret clearance is required to access the facility where the training is conducted. ITO must include security clearance.

RADIO FUNDAMENTALS USMC - MASL : P132812

Students receive training in applied basic electronics relating to radio equipment, radio fundamentals including AM and FM transmit/receive principles, Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment and basic troubleshooting techniques.

Course prerequisites

Complete the Basic Electronics Course (P131805). Normal color vision certification must be included in ITO. Although this course is unclassified, a secret clearance is required to access the facility where the training is conducted. ITO must include security clearance.

RADIO REPAIRER ONLY - MASL : B137200

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

RADIOLOGICAL SAFETY - MASL : B127053

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

RADIOMAN A - MASL : P139396

A group-paced course of instruction covering communication security fundamentals; instruction and practical application in preparation and handling of naval messages; computerized message procedures; instruction and practical application to support, operate and maintain local and wide area networks and telecommunications; apply diagnostic and restoration techniques to Automated Information Systems (AIS) and teleprocessing components; basic safety precautions for Information Systems Technicians.

RADIOMAN USCG - MASL : P145296

This course trains personnel in the knowledge and skills required of a Third Class Boatswain Mate. The course is intended for non-rated personnel (E-1 to E-3) with little or no related experience. Training includes physical fitness, leadership, first aid, and underway operations for cutters and small boats (primarily 41-foot) including basic marlinespike seamanship, deck seamanship, underway operations (cutters and small boats), navigation rules, communications, piloting and navigation, anchoring, firefighting and dewatering, egress from capsized vessel,

open-water survival techniques, aids to navigation, rescue and survival equipment and procedures, personnel rescue and evacuation, towing and assistance operations, and basic visual signaling.

Prerequisites: None.

RAM - EOD - MASL : P193139

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

RAM-AIR PARACHUTE SYSTEMS - MASL : B152398

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

RANGER - MASL : B121181

The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning), is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain), is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle/Urban), is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in the North Western Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out o processing and graduation.

RANGER CT ONLY - MASL : B1210CT

The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning), is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain), is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle/Urban), is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in the North Western Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out o processing and graduation.

RANGER-CT CLS 011/06 - MASL : B12112T

The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning), is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain), is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle/Urban), is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in the North Western Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out o processing and graduation.

RANGER-CT CLS:011/06 - MASL : B12111T

The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning), is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain), is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle/Urban), is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in the North Western Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out o processing and graduation.The Ranger Course consists of three phases. The first phase (Benning), is conducted at Fort Benning, Georgia for 20 days. The second phase (Mountain), is conducted near Dahlonega in the mountains of North Georgia for 21 days. The third and final phase (Swamp/Jungle/Urban), is conducted at Eglin Air Force Base in the North Western Florida for 18 days. Two days at the end of the course are used for out o processing and graduation.

RC NATIONAL SECURITY - MASL : B172632

The RCNSC is a two-week course designed to enhance appreciation for and understanding of the factors on which national security is based, its development process, and the allocation and management of defense resources in support of national security policy. The RCNSC lays a foundation for students moving on to joint command management and staff responsibilities in a multinational, intergovernmental or joint national security setting. The curriculum consists of lectures, panel discussions, seminars, on-site visits and simulation exercises dealing with national security policy and defense resource management. The presenters are faculty members of the National War College, the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, the Joint Forces Staff College, the Information Resources Management College, and other distinguished speakers.

READINESS APPRENTICE - MASL : D173005

Training for airmen and civilians before initial assignment as readiness technicians within an Air Force civil engineer organization. Training includes Air Force civil engineer organization and career field structure; general contingency responsibilities; Air Force Emergency Management Program, organization, and responsibilities; Emergency Management response planning and supporting document preparation; peacetime response and recovery requirements for major accidents and natural disasters; wartime operations; chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) operations including detection and decontamination, plotting and reporting procedures for CBRN hazards, and associated reports; installation training program; and instructor fundamentals. Trainees will perform wartime/peacetime exercises wearing protective equipment. Trainees will be required to perform wartime skills in a chemically contaminated environment under the direct supervision of qualified chemical specialists in the chemical defense training facility (CDTF). Additional training covers threat vulnerabilities; Prime BEEF; and command and control actions.

RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE LEADERS - MASL : B121185

The Reconnaissance and Surveillance Leader Course is a resident course of 33 days in duration. Command and Control; Reconnaissance Surveillance Operations; Target Acquisition and Combat Assessment; Field Training Exercises; Threat Subjects; Surviva/Evation & Recovery; Physical Training; Multiband Communicationsl Imagery Collection & Transmission; Vehicle Borne Surveillance & Mobility; Airborne Operations; Special Insertion/Extraction Techniques.

RECRUIT DIV CDR - MASL : P166023

RECRUIT DIVISION COMMANDERS SCHOOL

To train enlisted personnel E-5 - E-9 to effectively undertake the basic military training of a divisiion of navla recruits in effecting a smooth transition from civilian to Navy life. Scope: The 13 week training provides instruction in military indictrination, seabag and barracks, military drills, division management and those portions of the behaviorial sciences which will prepare him/her to support and carry out the command missiion while he/she is engaged in leading recruits.

Prerequisite: The trainee must satisfy qualifications set forth by the Enlised Transfer Manual. This course is open to all rates.

RECRUITING COMPANY COMMANDER - MASL : B162003

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

RECRUITING OPNS OFFICER - MASL : B162005

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

REFRIG + AIR COND SPEC - MASL : D148003

The instructional design for this course is Group Paced. The course provides initial training for students to perform duties prescribed in the Enlisted Classification Directory for Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration (HVAC/R) Apprentice, AFSC 3E131. Training includes Civil Engineer Management/Organization; training in HVAC/R systems to include fundamentals of refrigeration, air conditioning, and electricity; servicing of refrigerant flow; operation and maintenance of oil and gas burning units for space heaters, furnaces, and boilers; complete steam and hot water heating systems; Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certification; refrigeration troubleshooting; maintenance of air compressors; tubing fabrication, repair, and installation; oxyacetylene soldering and cutting; trouble analysis and maintenance of hermetic and open type condensing units with air and water cooled condensers; servicing of control devices; operation of direct and indirect expansion inductrial air conditioning systems; boiler water testing, treatment, and corrosion prevention; control systems theory, procedures to install, maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair simple and complex mechanical, pneumatic, and electrical controls used in HVAC/R systems for balancing, heat loads, seasons, control motors, relays, and associated test equipment; and specific contingency training and equipment to meet wartime requirements.

REFRIG/AIR COND SYS TECH - MASL : P148011

Provide selected Machinist s Mate, Enginemen and designated civilian/foreign military personnel with the necessary training and knowledge to effectively operate and maintain shipboard refrigeration and air conditioning systems and equipment. SCOPE: Introduction to basic theory of heat and matter as applied to refrigerants and their effect on refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Identification of refrigeration system components, their principle of operation, adjustments and maintenance to include evaporator pressure regulators, solenoids, valve, pressure and temperature switches, metering devices, water regulating valves, refrigerant valves, condensers, evaporators and compressors. Provide knowledge of maintenance and operation of refrigerant recovery unit as specified in PMS, NAVSHIPS and Manufacturers Technical Manual. Introduction to air conditioning plants and systems to include cooling coils, temperature controls and compressors (reciprocating and centrifugal). Air conditioning system operation and maintenance procedures as specified in PMS, NAVSHIPS and Manufacturers Technical Manual. Air conditioning system troubleshooting and corrective maintenance as applied to chilled water systems. Procedures for refrigerant handling and recovery, stressing EPA guidelines are discussed in all phases of the course. Graduates, military, Civilian and Foreign students will receive the EPA UNIVERSAL CERTIFICATION upon receiving passing grade of self-paced EPA course. Course is open to EM, EN, and MM ratings, paygrades E-3 and above.

REFRIGERATOR AND AIR COND - MASL : P145414

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

Prerequisite: Completion of Machinery Technician A (P122219) or equivalent experience.

Note: Students must have, or report with sufficient funds (approximately USD 60) to purchase, steel-toed safety shoes for participation in this course.

REFUELING TRAINING - MASL : D301033

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

RELIABILTY CEN MAINT ANALY - MASL : D178125

The course is designed to progressively deepen the student''s understanding of and appreciation for the steps necessary to design and sustain an active RCM program. The syllabus is targeted to teach students to economically maintain air-breathing jet engines of the USAF while maximizing operational performance metrics. Included are: samples of RCM theory; decision logic trade-offs; step-by-step procedures in conducting RCM analyses; and documenting the results. Learning objectives are accomplished via problems and exercises duplicating actual USAF scenarios. The Propulsion Center of Excellence (PCOE)-tailored Excel macro software originally from Pratt & Whitney, is utilized primarily, while other exercises lend themselves to hand-held calculator and student memory solution. PURPOSE: To familiarize the student with how an air-breathing jet engine scheduled maintenance program is developed through application of RCM processes of S Standard JA1011, correlation with AFI 21-series and lower tiered directives, and application of Weibull analysis rigor.

REPRODUCTION EQUIP RPR - MASL : B149084

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

RES PGM COMP DENTISTRY - MASL : P175678

NOTE:This course can be conducted as a clinical or didactic program. THIS ADA-ACCREDITED PROGRAM IS DESIGNED PRIMARILY FOR DENTAL OFFICERS WITH 5 TO 8 YEARS OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WHO DESIRE TO LEARN COMPREHENSIVE AND COMPLEX TREATMENT PLANNING, DEVELOP A HIGH DEGREE OF PROFICIENCY IN ALL ASPECTS OF DENTAL PRACTICE, AND PREPARE THEMSELVES TO BECOME FUTURE TEACHERS AND MENTORS. THE CURRICULUM ALSO INCLUDES COURSES TO EDUCATE DENTAL OFFICERS IN CONTINGENCY ROLES, MILITARY LEADERSHIP, AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT. ONE YEAR AFTER COMPLETING THE PROGRAMS, THE GRADUATE IS EXPECTED TO CHALLENGE THE WRITTEN PORTION OF THE FEDERAL SERVICES BOARD OF GENERAL DENTISTRY AND, IF SUCCESSFUL, THE ORAL SECTION AFTER ONE YEAR.

RESCUE SWIMMER SCHOOL - MASL : P129154

Provides USN and USMC personnel (E-1 through E-9) with knowledge and skills necessary to rescue waterborne survivors and to initially qualify as Aviation Rescue Swimmers. The Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) mission statement for Naval Aviation Rescue Swimmers is: The mission of the Naval Aviation Rescue Swimmer is to execute search and rescue (SAR) operations from rotary wing aircraft. The rescue swimmer shall be physically conditioned to routinely perform demanding rescues in hostile environments. His/Her expertise shall provide fleet commanders the ability to assist Department of Defense and civilian personnel in distress. The rescue swimmer shall be in proper physical condition, be proficient with rescue equipment and have the basic first aid, CPR, Resuscitation knowledge and skills necessary to recover and assist personnel during SAR operations. The rescue swimmer must be able to function in physiologically demanding environments at sea or on land during day or night operations.

NOTE: MASL NUMBER P117024 IS A PREREQUISITE FOR RESCUE SWIMMER SCHOOL, MASL P129154.

RESEARCH ONLY PROGRAM - MASL : P179914

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

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

RESIDENCE IN AEROSP MED II - MASL : D175105

Provides advanced training in rospace, occupational medicine, and general preventive medicine leading to eligibility for certification by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in rospace medicine plus either occupational medicine or general preventive medicine. The residency consists of the following: a. One academic year (Phase I) of graduate study in preventive medicine at a school of public health accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), culminating in a Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree. This year includes training in epidemiology, public health, biostatistics, toxicology, and other required subjects as specified by the school of public health. b. One rospace medicine practicum year (Phase II) accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) at the USAF School of rospace Medicine. This year includes training in rospace physiology, aircrew selection, health maintenance of patients, health administration and management, romedical research, operational support, medical officer flight familiarization training, basic combat survival training, water survival training, aircraft mishap investigation, and clinical rospace medicine, space medicine, community and international health, and hyperbaric medicine. c. One occupational medicine practicum year, or alternatively, one general preventive medicine year (Phase III) at the USAF School of rospace Medicine. This year includes training in clinical occupational medicine, preventive medicine, public health, and occupational health administration and management. Residents may select a curriculum track leading to board eligibility in either occupational medicine or general preventive medicine. Objectives: Prepare selected flight surgeons to accomplish all aspects of operational medicine support to include the practice of rospace and general preventive medicine to be authorities in the fields of rospace, occupational, and general preventive medicine, and to be board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) in those fields. Residents who are Doctors of Osteopathy (DO) and have not met ABPM clinical year requirements for board eligibility are expected to challenge the corresponding board examinations offered by the American Osteopathic Board of Preventive Medicine (AOBPM).

RESOURCE MGT BUDGET - MASL : B156536

Budgeting at all levels from activity to Congressional level and in differet appropriations or commands.

RESOURCE PLN/MGT INTDEF MS - MASL : P179905

This is an interdisciplinary program which integrates mathematics, accounting, economics, behavioral science, organization and management theory, operations/systems analysis, managerial communications, and international law into an understanding of the process by which the defense mission is accomplished. The course of studies explores the interface among international politics, national security objectives, civil-military relations, resource planning and management, and synthesizes the political, technological, economic, cultural, social and ideological forces influencing international defense. Students receive extensive exposure to human rights issues. It provides techniques of quantitative problem-solving methods, behavioral and management science, economic analysis and financial management which will enable graduates to evaluate the written research, study and analysis products of others throughout their careers. The course curriculum is conducted in two phases beginning with two quarters of management fundamentals and followed by four quarters of graduate level courses.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

RESPIRATORY SPECIALIST - MASL : B175275

To provide the student with skills and basic knowledge of rosol/humidity therapy, ventilation therapy, pulmonary function testing, infection control and cardiopulmonary drug administration. Subject matter will consist of basic sciences, anatomy and physiology, microbiology, gas therapy, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, airway management, physical therapy, clinical medicine, ventilation therapy, ethics, hospital law, and responsibilities of a Respiratory Specialist. A two-phase course: Phase 1 (20 weeks) consists of didactic study to include lecture, conference, demonstration, and practical exercise with both written and performance examinations. Phase 2 (16 weeks) consist of clinical environment training providing patient care under the supervision of a physician. Total course length: 36 weeks.

REV OSMOSIS DESAL PLANT - MASL : P145031

REVERSE OSMOSIS DESALINATION

To provide an apprentice level EN3/MM3/GSM3 the theory of the reverse osmosis process along with along with an understanding of the unique Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant (RODP) system, including equipment interface, knowledge and skills required for operation, planned maintenance, troubleshooting/corrective maintenance,and lay-up procedures.

Scope: This course will cover theory, operation, planned maintenance, troubleshooting, corrective maintenance, lay-up procedures, and equipment interfaces on the RODP equipments listed below: A. Reverse Osmosis Desalination Unit, 12000 GPD. B. Desalinator Brominator

(in-line) model 10100 DB. C. Recirculating Brominator, model 1020 RB. D. Reverse Osmosis Demineralizer Unit, model 10500 RODM.

RFRG/AIRC (Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P148351

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

SCOPE: Introduction to basic theory of heat and matter as applied to refrigerants and their effect on refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Identification of refrigeration system components, their principle of operation, adjustments and maintenance to include evaporator pressure regulators, solenoids, valves, pressure and temperature switches, metering devices, water regulating valves, refrigerant valves, condensers, evaporators and compressors. Provide knowledge of maintenance and operation of refrigerant recovery unit as specified in PMS, NAVSHIPS and Manufacturers Technical Manual.

Introduction to air conditioning plants and systems to include cooling coils, temperature controls and compressors (reciprocating and centrifugal). Air conditioning system operation and maintenance procedures as specified in PMS, NAVSHIPS and Manufacturers Technical Manual. Air conditioning system troubleshooting and corrective maintenance as applied to chilled water system. Procedures for refrigerant handling and recovery, stressing EPA guidelines are discussed in all phases of the course. Graduates receiving NEC 4291 will receive EPA UNIVERSAL CERTIFICATION.

Note: PO-73 - COURSE REQUIRES FOOT PROTECTION. STEEL TOED SAFETY SHOES/BOOTS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS COURSE. IT IS THE STUDENT S RESPONDSIBILITY TO PROVIDE THEIR OWN SAFETY SHOES/BOOTS. SAFETY SHOES CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE NAVY EXCHANGE ON BASE AT A COST OF APPROXIMATELY 50 TO 75 U.S. DOLLARS. SOME COURSES ALSO REQUIRE COVERALLS.

RIGID HULL INFLATABLE BOAT - MASL : P145727

RIGID HULL INFLATABLE BOAT (RHIB) COXSWAIN

Purpose: To provide Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) Coxswain training for the US Naval personnel in order to better prepare the se personnel for the unique handling characteristics of the RHIB.

Scope: Course consists of five days of instruction. Three days will be in a classroom and will cover the history of RHIB, nomenclature, start up and shut down procedures, handling charact

eristics, running alongside, victim approaches, towing and rigging, heavy weather operations, sponsor repairs and pier landings and GPS Fundamentals. The remaining two days of instruction will be in RHIB handling and will be spent afloat to include nighttime Open Ocean Navigation.

Prerequisites: Student MUST be second-class swimmer qualified and have normal vision (correctable to 20/20 and passed Falant Color Vision Test within the last six months).

RISK ANALYSIS - MASL : B151804

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the qualitative and quantitative methodologies for conducting a risk analysis of a project or program. Practical experience is gained through the use of actual case studies which have been adapted for instructional purposes. Specific subjects include brief reviews of probability and decision theory; introduction to networking and simulation techniques and software; and integrative practice through small group workshops based on actual case studies. (Note that the current 1-week course is roughly equivalent to the second week of ALMC s former 2-week Decision Risk Analysis Course, DRAC, formerly ALMC-DA.)This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the qualitative and quantitative methodologies for conducting a risk analysis of a project or program. Practical experience is gained through the use of actual case studies which have been adapted for instructional purposes. Specific subjects include brief reviews of probability and decision theory; introduction to networking and simulation techniques and software; and integrative practice through small group workshops based on actual case studies. (Note that the current 1-week course is roughly equivalent to the second week of ALMC s former 2-week Decision Risk Analysis Course, DRAC, formerly ALMC-DA.)

RIVERINE OPS PLANNING - MASL : P145909

Provides designated junior officers and senior enlisted personnel the specialized training necessary to safely and effectively plan and execute patrol craft missions in a riverine environment. Consists of an overview of riverine patrol craft engineering and component systems with instruction in riverine unit organization and missions, basic riverine operations planning, seamanship, navigation, communications, weapons, riverine patrol techniques, principles of board and search, emergency drills, first aid, basic human rights and maritime law enforcement.

SPECIAL NOTE: STUDENTS NEED TO BRING BATTLE DRESS UNIFORMS AND NON-STEEL TOE BOOTS FOR USE IN FIELD CONDITIONS.

ROKN SUB WARFARE - MASL : P135455

This course of instruction is intended to provide Submarine Force personnel specialized classroom training on various tactical and operational topics. Scope: Training topics include Submarine Fire Control Operations, SONAR, Plots, Periscope Skills, Undersea Warfare, Surface Warfare, and Littoral Operations.

NOTE: Please contact NSTCP for specific requests for training.

ROLAND & ASSOC MONTEREY CA - MASL : B178090

This MASL is used when Contractor Services for Roland & Associates Monterey California is programmed.This MASL is used when Contractor Services for Roland & Associates Monterey California is programmed.

ROTARY WING PILOT - MASL : P118301

Toprovide experience in actual testing of modern aircraft and airborne systems and reduction and reporting of the data obtained. The rotary wing curriculum prepares pilots and engineers for flying qualities and performance testing of primarily the helicopter and secondarily the airplane. Please contact USNTPS at our website at WWW.usntps.navy.mil for further information.

MASLs P117431 and P117433 should be programmed whenever NAVAIR MASL s P118001/118300/118301/118302 are programmed.

RSNF AVIATION PREP SCHOOL - MASL : P119311

Prepare international officers as Pilots and Weapons Systems Operators for successful completion of U.S. Naval Aviation training. This curriculum consists of six primary areas of instruction: rodynamics, Aircraft Engines, Navigation, Flight Rules and Regulations, Meteorology, and Physical Fitness/Survival Swim/CPR/First Aid.

RSNF STUDENT ADMIN - MASL : PADMIN1

RSNF STUDENT ADMIN

RSNF STUDENT LEAVE - MASL : PLEAVE1

LEAVE TIME - STUDENT

RST-REQUIREMENTS SURVEY TM - MASL : B329005

This MASL is used when RST-REQUIREMENTS SURVEY TEAM is programmed.

RULE LAW&DISCP MIL OPS FOT - MASL : D176006

The objective of this course is to teach international officers and NCOs of any military force the basics of the international rules of law and their impact on human rights, including how these international standards fit into the planning of military operations. This information is vital to any country that may participate in international peacekeeping missions sponsored by the United Nations. This is an Expanded International Military and Education Training course offered between periods A and B, B and C, and if the schedule permits, at the end of C period. COURSE DESCRIPTION The Defense Institute of International Legal Studies, a detachment of the US Naval Justice School, teaches this course at the academy. The course is a week-long guided discussion seminar conducted by Spanish speaking JAGs of the US Air Force with no final exam. Subjects of discussion include rules of engagement, the law of armed conflict, the role of a military justice system, and human rights. Depending on availability, the students will spend an afternoon visiting an actual military courtroom located at Lackland AFB, TX.

RULE OF LAW&DISCP MIL OPS - MASL : P176036

Provides international military officers and senior enlisted personnel basic instruction of rule of law, its impact on human rights, and how these considerations fit into the planning and conduct of military operations. Includes fundamental consideration of rules of engagement, law of armed

conflict, maritime law, and the role of a military justice system in the accomplishment of disciplined operations. Course is taught by U.S. Military Judge Advocates utilizing Defense Institute of International Legal Studies (DILLS) curriculum. SPECIAL NOTE: Qualifies as an expanded IMET (E-IMET) course. Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

RUNWAY REPAIR - MASL : D309007

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

RUSS/CENT EUR CENT ASIA OC - MASL : D126017

NONE.

RW INST FLT EXAM -EN - MASL : B115023

Instrument, instrument instructor, and instrument flight examiner training to include: basic and advanced instrument flight and emergency tasks, and instrument instructor and flight examiner techniques. Academic instruction includes: regulations for Army aircraft, flight plans, air traffic control, instrument aooroach criteria, cockpit communications, and fundamentals of instruction.Instrument, instrument instructor, and instrument flight examiner training to include: basic and advanced instrument flight and emergency tasks, and instrument instructor and flight examiner techniques. Academic instruction includes: regulations for Army aircraft, flight plans, air traffic control, instrument aooroach criteria, cockpit communications, and fundamentals of instruction.

RW INST FLT EXAM-ALL - MASL : B115017

Course provides for instrument, instrument instructor, and instrument flight examiner training to include: basic and advanced instrument flight and emergency tasks, and instrument instructor and flight examiner techniques. Academic instruction includes: regulations for Army aircraft, flight plans, air traffic control, instrument approach criteria, cockpit communications, and fundamentals of instruction.

RW INSTRUMENT-GERMANY - MASL : B113003

This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualifications necessary for the safe operation of helicopters during actual or simulated instrument conditions. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, communication, navigation, flight training, and safety.

RWIC (NONUS) (TH-67)- ALL - MASL : B113002

This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualifications necessary for the safe operation of helicopters during actual or simulated instrument conditions. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, communication, navigaiton, flight training, and safety.This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualifications necessary for the safe operation of helicopters during actual or simulated instrument conditions. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, communication, navigaiton, flight training, and safety.

SAFE BOAT FAM & INDOC - MASL : P121041

The four week manufacturer course will provide operational familiarization and indoctrination into the unique capabilities of the Defender Class Response Boat Small (RBS) and the Arch Angel Class Fast Response Boat (FRB). This course is intended for countries that have purchased RBS ad FRB assets.

SAFETY SPECL - MASL : D122023

Provides training for Air Force, ANG, and AF Reserve personnel to perform duties as a safety apprentice in USAF safety program(s). Training areas includes: Safety Career Field, Education, Training and Publications--Local Traffic Conditions, Safety Career Field Orientation, Security, Safety Functions, Publications, Safety Education, Traffic Safety Programs, Safety Training, Conduct Safety Presentations, Written Test and Critique; The USAF Mishap Prevention & Occupational Safety, Fire Prevention, and Health (AFOSH) Program--Programs Content, Safety Elements, Product Purchases, Contract Safety, Hazard Abatement, Safety Councils and Committees, Support Agreements and Plans, Safety Criteria For Blueprints, Operational Risk Management (ORM) Program; Mishap Investigations and Reporting--Responsibilities, Human Factors, Review Information, Air Force Safety Automated System, Investigation and Reporting, Assemble Formal Reports, Post-Report Activities, USAF Deficiency Reporting System; Safety Inspections, Assessments, and Staff Assistance Visits--Objectives, Methodology, Preparation, and Frequency, Post Report Activities, General Safety Criteria, Confined Spaces, Lock-Out/Tag-Out Procedures; Industrial and Non-Industrial Areas--Industrial Areas, Weapons Areas, Flight Line Areas, Non-Industrial Areas, Perform Safety Inspection, Prepare Safety Inspection Report.

SAP MID LVL SECURITY CRS - MASL : P179811

Special Access Programs Mid-Level Security Course SA201.01

Offers an in-depth explanation of Special Access Program (SAP) security management. The course focuses on the student s ability to determine enhanced security requirements based on the threat and vulnerability of SAPs. Students practice adjusting security countermeasures throughout the SAP lifecycle in response to the changing threat and review, and revise or write security related supporting documentation such as OPSEC plans, Treaty plans, Security Classification Guides, and Requests for Access.

Media: Instructor-led

Length: 1 week

Target Audience: Mid-level government and contractor civilian personnel with security responsibilities for an approved SAP - by invitation only.

Clearance Requirement: Secret

Number of students per class: 35

Prerequisites:

Successful completion of SAP Orientation (SA101.01)

Recommend completion of:

OPSEC Fundamentals (OPSEC 1300)

Information Security Orientation (IF101.01)

Information Security Orientation (Teletrraining) (IF102.01)

Personnel Security Management (PS103.01)

FSO Program Management (IS101.01) (Contractor)

FSP Program Management (Teletraining) (IS101.02) (Contractor).

Course Requirements: Students must obtain a 70% grade average on course exams and performance exercises.

System Requirements: N/A

Credit Recommendation: N/A

Notes: For schedule information, contact the component s SAP Central Coordinating Office.

Catalog website: www.dss.mil (click on academy)

SAP ORIENTATION - MASL : P179813

Special Access Program Orientation SA101.01

Introduces students to Department of Defense (DoD) Special Access Programs (SAPs). The course describes the SAP environment and discusses the interaction among the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government in establishing SAP policy. The roles and responsibilities of oversight and support offices and agencies, and mandatory SAP requirements are reviewed. Lessons address security enhancements, annual reviews, inspections and audits. This orientation is offered in residence or as a field extension course.

Media: Instructor-led

Length: 3.5 days

Target Audience: Newly assigned SAP security professionals and SAP non-security professionals.

Clearance Requirement: Secret

Number of students per class: 75

Prerequisites:

Recommended successful completion of:

OPSEC Fundamentals (OPSE 1301) (offered by another agenc

Introduc to Personnel Security Management P279221 (WEB-BASED)

Basic Information Security (IF001.08) P279222 (WEB-BASED)

Marking Classified Information P279220 (WEB BASED)

Basic Industrial Security for User Agency Personnel (IS001.08)

Essentials of Industrial Security Management (IS002.08)

Protecting Secret and Confidential Documents (IS003.08)

DoD Personnel Security Adjudication (PS001.08) Independent Study courses.

Course Requirements: Full-time attendance at all sessions and participation in practical exercises.

System Requirements: N/A

Credit Recommendation: N/A

SAPPER LEADER COURSE - MASL : B176021

Designed to train and develop junior leaders in a team building environment, to perform proficiently and confidently on battle drills, specialized light engineer and infantry techniques and leadership skills needed to perform in a contemporary operating environment. The course is also designed to build esprit de corps and teamwork by training them in demolitions (conventional and expedient), mountaineering operations, rial operations, land navigation, waterborne operations, urban breaching, MOUT operations, threat weapons, combatives, threat doctrine, troop leading procedures and combat orders. The course is taught over 28 consecutive days and combines both classroom instruction and hands-on application. The course culminates with an intense field training exercise to reinforce the use of the battle drills, patrolling and specialized techniques learned throughout the courseDesigned to train and develop junior leaders in a team building environment, to perform proficiently and confidently on battle drills, specialized light engineer and infantry techniques and leadership skills needed to perform in a contemporary operating environment. The course is also designed to build esprit de corps and teamwork by training them in demolitions (conventional and expedient), mountaineering operations, rial operations, land navigation, waterborne operations, urban breaching, MOUT operations, threat weapons, combatives, threat doctrine, troop leading procedures and combat orders. The course is taught over 28 consecutive days and combines both classroom instruction and hands-on application. The course culminates with an intense field training exercise to reinforce the use of the battle drills, patrolling and specialized techniques learned throughout the course

SAT SYS/NTWRK CRD-CT 010/6 - MASL : B13241T

Effective 2006-10-19

Course Scope:

The scope of training includes operating the following major systems, subsystems, equipment and software: DSCS ECCM Control Subsystem Control Console (DECS-CC) AN/FSC-115 and DSCS ECCM Control Subsystem Remote Control (DECS-RC) AN/GSC-63; Frequency Division Multiple Access equipment; DSCS FDMA Control Subsystem Network Control Terminal (DFCS-NCT) AN/FSC-96 and DSCS FDMA Control Subsystem Network Terminal (DFCS-NT) AN/GSC-51, network monitoring equipment ; DSCS Operational Support Subsystem (DOSS) AN/FYQ-110A and DSCS Automatic Spectrum Analyzer (DASA) AN/FSQ 142, Objective DSCS Operations Center Subsystem (ODOCS), DSCS Network Planning Software (DNPS), Spectrum Plotting Utility (SPU); Replacement FM Orderwire Equipment (RFMOW); DSCS Integrated Management Software (DIMS) System; and Global Terrestrial Critical Control Circuit System (GTC3S).

Special Information:

Course must be taught in the sequence established in the POI.

SATCOM TECHNICIAN COURSE - MASL : P149310

Provide the skills and knowledge required to perform Organizational Maintenance (Org Maint) (2nd echelon), Direct Support (DS) (3rd echelon), and General Support (GS) (4th echelon) maintenance for Tactical Satellite Communications Terminals AN/TSC-85B(V)1 and AN/TSC-93B(V)1. It also provides students with the training necessary to enhance their trouble shooting skills along with a more indepth look at Satellite Communications Theory and Operations.

SATELLITE SYSTEMS/NETWORK COORDINATOR - MASL : B132486

Effective 2006-10-19

Course Scope:

The scope of training includes operating the following major systems, subsystems, equipment and software: DSCS ECCM Control Subsystem Control Console (DECS-CC) AN/FSC-115 and DSCS ECCM Control Subsystem Remote Control (DECS-RC) AN/GSC-63; Frequency Division Multiple Access equipment; DSCS FDMA Control Subsystem Network Control Terminal (DFCS-NCT) AN/FSC-96 and DSCS FDMA Control Subsystem Network Terminal (DFCS-NT) AN/GSC-51, network monitoring equipment ; DSCS Operational Support Subsystem (DOSS) AN/FYQ-110A and DSCS Automatic Spectrum Analyzer (DASA) AN/FSQ 142, Objective DSCS Operations Center Subsystem (ODOCS), DSCS Network Planning Software (DNPS), Spectrum Plotting Utility (SPU); Replacement FM Orderwire Equipment (RFMOW); DSCS Integrated Management Software (DIMS) System; and Global Terrestrial Critical Control Circuit System (GTC3S).

Special Information:

Course must be taught in the sequence established in the POI.

SCH OF NAT'L SEC STRAT STU - MASL : B171798

Selected senior military officers will be given a unique opportunity to view a rapidly changing world in a strategic perspective. While the world is threatened by global terrorism, its impacts are unique to each country. Each must plan deliberately to counter the threat of terrorism to its stability. The Program will ask Fellows to consider in their coursework questions such as: How does the military change to meet the challenges of global terrorism? What is the role of the military in protecting the homeland from the threat of terrorists?

The program will emphasize the role of U.S. ties, the impact of military professionalism, and the challenges and opportunities of civil-military cooperation in an environment where terrorists are resourceful and adaptable in their efforts to exploit weaknesses across the globe.

Fellows will be given a broad, strategic perspective on fighting terrorism with a particular emphasis on the historical, political, economic, organizational, social, psychological and judicial aspects of counterterrorism.

Courses:

A six-course program will take place over two terms, for a total of some 30 weeks. The program will start in April 2003 (the summer semester). In September 2003, a second group will start as the first group begins its second semester.

Each course will be taught in a seminar setting of some 16 students comparable to a graduate course. The courses will emphasize leadership, logical analysis, understanding alternative viewpoints, and making effective arguments, presentations, and decisions. An understanding of strategic thinking, decision analysis, organizational behavior, and conflict management will be developed through discussions and coursework.

Courses will include outside activities such as class visits to sites such as Joint Forces Command, Gettysburg, and Congress to build understanding of concepts developed in the classroom.

Specific courses will include:

oFoundations & Issues of Homeland Defense

oNation-building

oThe War On Terrorism

oForce and Statecraft

oIssues for Defense Organizations and Homeland Security

oThreats and Risks

oEconomics and Budgets

oThe Role of Law in Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security

oMilitary Leadership and Civil-Military Cooperation

oCountering Terror in Different Nations: A Comparative Perspective

oGeostrategy (Regional and Global Politics and Influences)

oInformation Operations and Knowledge Management

Concentrations will be available in Homeland Security and Defense Transformation.

The program will award the Fellow a Certificate in National Security Studies upon completion of six required and elective courses.

Information Program: The CT Fellowship program at SNSEE will include a robust information program that will take students to places of social, historical, cultural value so that they return to their countries with a greater appreciation for the United States and its institutions. Students will be expected to participate in IP travel as a requirement of the program.

Selected senior military officers will be given a unique opportunity to view a rapidly changing world in a strategic perspective. While the world is threatened by global terrorism, its impacts are unique to each country. Each must plan deliberately to counter the threat of terrorism to its stability. The Program will ask Fellows to consider in their coursework questions such as: How does the military change to meet the challenges of global terrorism? What is the role of the military in protecting the homeland from the threat of terrorists?

The program will emphasize the role of U.S. ties, the impact of military professionalism, and the challenges and opportunities of civil-military cooperation in an environment where terrorists are resourceful and adaptable in their efforts to exploit weaknesses across the globe.

Fellows will be given a broad, strategic perspective on fighting terrorism with a particular emphasis on the historical, political, economic, organizational, social, psychological and judicial aspects of counterterrorism.

Courses:

A six-course program will take place over two terms, for a total of some 30 weeks. The program will start in April 2003 (the summer semester). In September 2003, a second group will start as the first group begins its second semester.

Each course will be taught in a seminar setting of some 16 students comparable to a graduate course. The courses will emphasize leadership, logical analysis, understanding alternative viewpoints, and making effective arguments, presentations, and decisions. An understanding of strategic thinking, decision analysis, organizational behavior, and conflict management will be developed through discussions and coursework.

Courses will include outside activities such as class visits to sites such as Joint Forces Command, Gettysburg, and Congress to build understanding of concepts developed in the classroom.

Specific courses will include:

oFoundations & Issues of Homeland Defense

oNation-building

oThe War On Terrorism

oForce and Statecraft

oIssues for Defense Organizations and Homeland Security

oThreats and Risks

oEconomics and Budgets

oThe Role of Law in Counter-Terrorism and Homeland Security

oMilitary Leadership and Civil-Military Cooperation

oCountering Terror in Different Nations: A Comparative Perspective

oGeostrategy (Regional and Global Politics and Influences)

oInformation Operations and Knowledge Management

Concentrations will be available in Homeland Security and Defense Transformation.

The program will award the Fellow a Certificate in National Security Studies upon completion of six required and elective courses.

Information Program: The CT Fellowship program at SNSEE will include a robust information program that will take students to places of social, historical, cultural value so that they return to their countries with a greater appreciation for the United States and its institutions. Students will be expected to participate in IP travel as a requirement of the program.

SCHL OF ADV AIR/SPC STDIES - MASL : D171043

Prepares Air Force staff officers and future commanders to shape airpower strategy in its role of supporting national security. Building on the curricula and themes of resident Intermediate Development Education (IDE), the School of Advanced Airpower Studies (SAAS) examines the historical record of airpower in the context of western military theory, considers airpower''s human, theoretical, economic, and technological facets, and focuses on the use of airpower across the operational spectrum of war. A very competitive record is required. Further, students must possess both the ability and the willingness to complete a graduate level program of reading, colloquia, research, and writing. Successful completion of SAASS results in award of Master of Airpower Art and Science degree.

SCHOOL OF ADV WARFIGHTING - MASL : P171806

The School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW) is designed to provide the nation with leaders who can help shape the Marine Corps to meet the needs of the future. It is a graduate-level, military education tailored to amplify and complement the comprehensive foundations in Warfighting experienced during the 47-week Command and Staff College (CSC) curriculum. This follow-on course for selected graduates of CSC focuses on the link between Warfighting and Warplanning, or preparation for war. Utilizing a dynamic curriculum and an active methodology, SAW specially prepares its students for significant roles in the future preparation of armed forces for success in war, should the nation require that end.

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS CONDUCTED ONCE PER YEAR (JULY) AND IS RESTRICTED TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN THE USMC COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE. COURSE IS LIMITED TO TWO INTL STUDENTS PER YEAR. THE ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS WILL BE SELECTED BY THE DIRECTOR, COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE; HOWEVER, FINAL SELECTION WILL BE MADE BY THE COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS. AN INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE WILL BE EXTENDED BY THE COMMANDING GENERAL, MARINE CORPS COMBAT DEVELOPMENT COMMAND ON BEHALF OF THE COMMANDANT.

SCOUT PLATOON LEADER - MASL : B144577

Using constructive, virtual, live and computer based training, this course will emphasize the graduates ability to identify and operate within the contempora ry operating environment (COE), applying the skills, knowledge and capabilities necessary to ascertain and communicate the nature of the threat with respect to the operating environment to ensure mission success. Students will conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield by integrating information on the enemy, weather, and terrain to provide the basis for situational development, target value analysis and collection, and reconnaissance and surveillance planning essential to the battlefield decision making process. Practical exercises will require students to plan and conduct advance reconnaissance and security missions on linear and nonlinear modern day battlefields, preparing them to fulfill their responsibility to the maneuver commander for the collection, assessment, and accurate reporting of battlefield information that enables the commander to make critical decisions. Students will become tactically and technically proficient in all aspects of mounted and dismounted reconnaissance and security operations, to include but not limited to, evaluating routes and obstructions; calculation, designation and placement of demolitions; tactical questioning; missions and organizations; plan, prepare and brief an operations order; troop leading procedures; urban area and multi-dimensional reconnaissance; and stability and support operations in a high OPTEMPO environment. Furthermore, the intensity and rigor of this course has been increased by the addition of computer based training that extends the training day during the first eight days so that students receive a greater training value without sacrificing time from the force.

SCOUT SNIPER ADV - MASL : P122294

Contact Security Cooperation Education and Training Center (SCETC) Country Program Manager for additional information.

SCOUT SNIPER BASIC (SSB) - MASL : P122293

Contact Security Cooperation Education and Training Center (SCETC) Country Program Manager for additional information.

SEAPORT SECURITY ANTI-TERR - MASL : P179289

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

Prerequisites: Students should bring Secret Clearance information (letter from command stating member s clearance) to first day of class.

Note: The U.S. Department of Treasury Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) provides instruction for the course.

SEARCH AND RESCUE - MASL : D121066

This course is an introduction to Search and Rescue (SAR) procedures and Rescue Coordination Center (RCC) operations and is designed for enlisted or officers who perform in the capacity of SAR coordination and operations or related duties. The course will give the student a working knowledge in concepts on how to organize and plan SAR center operations and mission planning. Class sessions focus heavily on scenario executions which give the student extensive practice in a simulated SAR environment. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - THE SAR SYSTEM Course orientation, course pre-test/critique, SAR system, organization and facilities, RCC organization (with inspection of an actual RCC operation), communications and emergency signals, RCC messages, charts, alert and initial action phase, survival, and weather hazards. BLOCK II - SAR PLANNING This block prepares the student for the factors involved in a SAR incident. Includes the facilities that are available to the search planner and the mathematical process involved in calculating a marine SAR operation. It also lays the foundation in planning and preparing for the next block of SAR applications. BLOCK III - SAR APPLICATIONS This block is an application of the SAR studies and theory learned in the first two blocks. It also prepares the students for SAR planning and operations using the new technology of Geographic Display Operations Computers (GDOC) or C2PC program modules. Extensive exercises are run to give the students many scenarios and practice in running and controlling a SAR operation.

SEARCH/RESCUE INLAND PLNG - MASL : P116035

: U.S. Air Force instructors present this 5-day course, which provides a comprehensive graduate-level look at search theory and its application to land and air searches for missing persons and aircraft, with a focus on wilderness, not urban, searches. The course consists of classroom lessons and practical tabletop exercises only. Emphasis is placed on the planning necessary for effective area-type searching during an extended search, using probability of success (POS), to allocate limited resources to their best effect predictively. Additional topics include search area development, effort allocation, an overview of the National Interagency Incident Management System (NIIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS), the federal role in search and rescue (SAR), and related subjects. The course does not teach search tactics or technical procedures. Classes are held at selected locations around the United States approximately 10 times per year. Prerequisites: A firm grounding in SAR terminology and employment techniques, practical SAR experience, basic arithmetic and calculators skills, and an understanding of local SAR mission management requirements. Note: The course is directed to SAR leaders in federal, state, and local emergency services and law enforcement, as well as Civil Air Patrol, international, and volunteer SAR agencies. The target audience includes on-scene incident commanders and their planners, operations leaders, and up-channel reporting chain.

Prerequisites: A firm grounding in SAR terminology and employment techniques, practical SAR experience, basic arithmetic and calculators skills, and an understanding of local SAR mission management requirements.

Note: The course is directed to SAR leaders in federal, state, and local emergency services and law enforcement, as well as Civil Air Patrol, international, and volunteer SAR agencies. The target audience includes on-scene incident commanders and their planners, operations leaders, and up-channel reporting chain.

SEARCH/RESCUE MARITIME - MASL : P173100

Students receive training in oceanic and coastal search planning techniques, in the performing of duty as SAR Mission Coordinator (SMC), and in using SAR-PC software, which is available for purchase. This course does not train students in on-scene procedures, but emphasizes SAR planning and coordination. Instruction follows the sequential stages of the SAR system as organized by the U.S. National SAR Manual, including awareness, initial actions, search planning, search operations, and mission conclusion. Several mathematical models are used to calculate ocean drift forces, determine search datum, and allocate available search units. The course is difficult and intense, and requires many hours of homework for completion. The international student will train alongside his/her U.S. counterpart who is typically en route from an operational SAR unit to duty at a Maritime Rescue Coordination Center or Rescue Sub-center.

Prerequisites: This course requires previous experience in SAR operations, and proficiency in marine plotting, navigation, and mathematics (algebra and basic trigonometry). Proficiency with vector addition on maneuvering boards is a desired skill. Students will be required to operate hand-held calculators and must be proficient with personal computers. Note: Students can be either officers or enlisted personnel assigned to duty as controller or assistant controller at a maritime rescue coordination center or rescue subcenter.

Completion of this course will certify student(s) as National Search and Rescue School (NSAR) qualified.

SARPC software will not be provided directly to students attending this course.

SEC ASST MGT CRS-LOG CUST - MASL : D178238

The Logistics/Customer Support Course (SAM-CS) is designed to provide personnel who are directly involved in or concerned with foreign military sales (FMS) requisitions and materiel movement with a comprehensive understanding and application of the policies, procedures, systems and actions necessary to move FMS materiel from its initial requisition to its shipment to the customer''s final destination. The objective is to understand the functions of key organizations involved in materiel distribution, to include the International Logistics Control Organizations (ILCOs), Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), contractors and freight forwarders. Students will understand how to identify the proper procedures for processing requisitions, and the handling and movement of security assistance (SA) program materiel, with an objective of reducing or preventing deficiencies in the FMS materiel distribution process. The course focuses on specific aspects of logistics such as the integration of the elements of the total package approach, requisition processing, requirements determination, details of military standards, with an emphasis on shipping and transportation considerations throughout the FMS case and requisition life cycle. The course emphasizes the responsibilities and relationships between the case managers at the ILCOs, with the weapon system program manager, the contract administrative office, the military departments (MILDEP) and DLA item managers, the transportation coordinator, the freight forwarder, and the customer. The course will focus on reducing frustrated and misdirected shipments, reducing supply discrepancy reports, and improving case reconciliation. This course earns 30 continuous learning points for members of the acquisition workforce.

SEC ASST MGT OC - MASL : D178258

SAM-OC is an entry-level course designed primarily for personnel who are new to the security assistance (SA) field, or who perform security assistance duties on a part-time basis. It provides an overview of the full range of security assistance activities, to include legislation, policy, foreign military sales (FMS) process, logistics, finance, and training management. The course offers the advantage of immediate training for employees as soon as they are assigned to a security assistance position, rather than waiting for the next scheduled DISAM resident course. Graduates of SAM-OC who require more training in SA should be scheduled for the two-week SAM-C course, or other follow-on instruction as determined by their supervisor and DISAM. For most personnel, SAM-OC should not be considered a substitute for initial DISAM SA education, but can always be used as a precursor to any appropriate DISAM course (i.e., the SAM-C, SAM-O, SAM-E, or SAM-F). For foreign personnel, especially those new to SA, SAM-OC would be beneficial prior to attendance at a resident SAM-F course, although it is not a prerequisite. This course is also ideal as a refresher for personnel who are returning to SA. The familiarization with basic terms and concepts of SA and cooperation will ultimately be very beneficial to students when supplemented with a DISAM resident course. SAM-OC is an on-line distance learning course that contains 12 lessons, on topics in functional areas of security assistance management. In progressing through each lesson the student will be able to view graphics with key instructional points; listen to the instructor narrate text and address points on a graphic; and follow along by reading the text of the instructors remarks at the bottom of the screen. Lessons are divided into short segments varying in length. During each lesson, students can play a lesson from start to finish, but can also use navigation features to go directly to any specific area in a lesson. Each lesson has a built-in e-mail link to the DISAM faculty, which will allow student communication with the instructor in the event a student has a question or concern about the material. Students may register for the course at anytime and progress at their own speed. The course takes about 27 hours to complete and includes three timed 30-minute open book quizzes and a course evaluation, which are taken on-line. In order to receive a certificate of completion, students are required to achieve an overall average score of 70 per cent and complete the course within a 90 day period. Registered students may take the course during duty hours or at home, depending on their supervisors guidance and their personal preference. This course earns 25 continuous learning points for members of the defense acquisition work force.

SEC ASST MGT-STUDENT PURCH - MASL : D178088

The Foreign Purchaser Course (SAM-F) is designed to address the planning and resource processes of requirements generation, budgeting, acquisition, and sustainment within a United Stateshost country security assistance relationship. It provides students an opportunity to study U.S. laws, policies, and procedures governing the security assistance program. General course objectives are fourfold: to increase student understanding of the management of U.S. security assistance resources; to improve student knowledge of their responsibilities as individual security assistance resource managers; to enhance communications between purchaser/recipient country security assistance agencies and U.S. supporting agencies, thereby enhancing the overall efficiency of security assistance management; and to demonstrate the role of security assistance within the context of a civilian controlled military. This course is designed for security assistance managers representing international purchaser and recipient countries, international organizations, and international employees of U.S. security assistance organizations (SAOs) overseas. The course is tailored to present the significant aspects of the foreign military sales (FMS) program and the management concerns of purchaser/recipient countries. In addition to the two-week resident SAM-F course, a comparable course may be provided overseas through the use of a DISAM Mobile Education Team (MET). See the MET section of this catalog, for SAM MET data. A variety of educational techniques are employed. To reinforce the lectures and reading material, a number of practical exercises are woven into the curriculum.

SEC AWARENESS FORUM EDU - MASL : P179817

SECRUITY AWARENESS FORUM FOR EDUCATORS (SAFE) (FT103.01)

Addresses how to create an effective security awareness and education program and identifies solutions for overcoming the various challenges surrounding this responsibility. Experienced and innovative security awareness and education practitioners facilitate discussions on how the security professional can create a program with little or no money, gain management support, motivate coworkers, promote him/herself, tailor a program to meet the needs of a unique workforce, avoid burnout, and other related issues. Attendees combine their own experiences with what is discussed during the seminar to work in small groups tackling these challenges and sharing solutions.

Media: Instructor-led

Target Audience: All Federal civilian, contractor and military personnel who implement their organization s security awareness and education program.

Number of students per class:50

SECURITY FORCES APPR CRS - MASL : D173071

The SF Apprentice Course trains SF personnel to perform the duties of a SF Apprentice. Training includes application of IBD operations, nuclear/nonnuclear security, convoy operations (nuclear/conventional and humanitarian), response force, alarm response,installation entry control, area/building/vehicles, high-threat entry, authority and jurisdiction, advisement of rights, installation patrol, recapture/recovery operations, verbal control judo, expandable baton, land navigation (topographical map and grip map), military working dog operations, sentry duties, secure prisoners, interview persons, restricted area security, launch facility response force tactics, expanded weapons use and tactics (M9 Handgun, M4 Carbine, M203 Grenade Launcher, M240B Grenade Launcher, M240B Machine Gun, M249 Squad Automatic Weapon), force protection/participation in homeland defense, individual physical apprehension and restraint techniques, participation in F operations, extensive tactical response force in a Mission Rehearsal Area (MRA) and MOUT, use of non-lethal weapons, career field history, training and supervision, force protection, operations security threats to USAF installations and resources, legal considerations and provisions, general security forces duties, application of force, contingency operations, and SF operations. THIS COURSE BEGINS 1 MAY 2006 AND REPLACES THE L3ABR3P031-0S1A COURSE.

SECURITY POLICE OFF/MAP - MASL : D173006

NOTE: This course number change is in support of TC''s new course numbering change only. (Old course number: L3OBR31P1-006) All training is conducted at Camp Bullis TX with the exception of 8 days at Lackland for specific lab use. Course content includes some of the following: weapons qualification on the M9 and M4, SF history, guardmount, military law, SF career path, use of force, apprehension, personal and vehicle challenges, crime scenes, AF protection level system, restricted area/controlled area physical security, installation entry control, threat conditions, response force duties, missile security, concepts and principles of air base defense, individual and unit tactical training, ground defense planning, close air support, indirect fire operations, military operations in urban terrain, troop leading procedures, patrolling, tactical communications, and defensive fighting positions.

SECURITY SPEC/ABGD/CERTIFY - MASL : D173056

This course is designed for security forces personnel (defenders) of any branch charged to protect key resources in the field needed to sustain air operations during peacetime or contingencies. It will take the novice security forces member from a basic understanding of force protection and air base defense, to a mid-level understanding on why and how to protect resources. Classroom instruction is augmented by intense field training exercises, which simulate patrol and urban defense operations. This course benefits anyone interested in force protection, regardless of experience. Students will learn the latest in force protection methodology. Suggested ranks are airman to company grade officers or civilian equivalents. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - GROUND DEFENSE SKILLS The student is taught the primary objectives of active ground defense in which they will learn concepts and principles/threat spectrum, fundaments of defense, measures and techniques used in the field to control and combat the enemy. The handling of prisoners of war, rules of engagement and law of armed conflict are covered in accordance with international human rights agreements. In tactical communications and use of brevity codes, the student is shown how to install a tactical net and how to encode and decode messages. The students are also taught how to select cross-country routes, what actions to take on enemy contact, introduction to night training and elementary night movement, routines in defense, patrolling and land navigation. Other topics in this block include: personal hygiene and field sanitation, hand grenades, tactical vehicle deployment, camouflage individual/equipment, listening/observation posts, range determination, warning/operations orders, hand and arm signals, cover and concealment, illumination and night observation devices, tactical sentry duties, move under direct fire/move over, through, and around obstacles, tactical vehicle deployment, and electronic security system concept of operation. BLOCK II - GROUND DEFENSE SKILLS/WEAPONS/FTX In this block the defender is taught how to select cross-country routes, what actions to take on enemy contact, introduction to night training and elementary night movement, routines in defense, patrolling/land navigation, support weapons, operator maintenance and M-16 familiarization, operator maintenance and M-203 grenade launcher familiarization, operator maintenance, T & E, and range cards on M-60 Machine Gun, familiarization on M-60 machine gun, fire arms training simulator, and close quarter battle drill exercise.

SECURITY SPECIALST/CERTIFY - MASL : D173068

This course is designed for security forces members of any branch who are charged to protect key resources in an installation needed to sustain air operations during peacetime or contingencies, as well as law enforcement/military police duties. It will take the novice security forces member from a basic understanding of force protection, to a mid-level understanding on how and why to protect resources. This course benefits anyone interested in force protection, regardless of experience. Students will learn the latest in force protection methodology. Suggested ranks are airman to junior officers or civilian equivalent. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRENTICE The students will learn the law enforcement duties of a security force member, the importance of guard mount (shift change), community relations, integrity and ethics, weapons safety and the proper use of force. They will also learn how to identify vulnerabilities in security programs, how to challenge persons on foot, how to conduct individual, building and vehicle searches and how to conduct a vehicle traffic stop. Students undergo M9 familiarization and learn operator maintenance. In addition the student will learn procedures of crisis intervention, securing crime scenes, and securing high risk incidents and alarm responses. Cadre will use a state-of-the-art firearms training simulator to challenge students to react to shoot-no-shoot situations in realistic video scenarios. Students are introduced to Simunition marker cartridges, our latest force-on-force training aid. In addition to written examinations, students are evaluated on all subjects in an established training area. BLOCK II SECURITY APPRENTICE During this block the student will learn security duties to include response forces, anti-terrorism and physical security safeguards. This block also covers the functions of central security control, communications, sentry duties, the use of restricted area badges, convoy operations and use of base grid maps in conjunction with securing major accidents and disaster areas. Defensive and offensive rifle techniques are additional objectives covered in this course. Finally, students will undergo M16 rifle familiarization and learn operator maintenance. In addition to written examinations, students are evaluated on all subjects in an established security training area.

SECY ASST MGT CRS INTL TNG - MASL : D178248

The International Training Management Course (SAM-IT) is designed for international training managers representing international purchaser/recipient countries and international organizations. It provides students an opportunity to study the currently available automated systems that support the security assistance training program. The course provides an overview of management of the U.S. international training program and a functional use of the International Security Assistance Network, the International Training Management System, and the various internet web sites that provide management information for international training managers. General course objectives are as follows; to increase student understanding of the overall management of training acquired through the U.S. security assistance program; to improve student knowledge of the automated training management systems; and to enhance communications between purchaser and recipient country training managers and their U.S. supporting agencies, thereby enhancing the overall efficiency of security assistance training program management. This course is intended to follow and complement the two week SAM-F course. Any international employees of U.S. security assistance organizations (SAOs) who are attending the preceding SAM-F course may also attend the SAM-IT course. SAM-IT may be taught outside the U.S. or can be conducted for international employees at embassies within the U.S., i.e., Washington, DC. As discussed in the MET portion of the catalog. A variety of educational techniques are employed. To reinforce the lectures and reading material, a number of computer based training exercises are provided in the curriculum. In these exercises, students have the opportunity to develop their functional security assistance training management skills. Classes are presented in a seminar and computer laboratory mode. Emphasis is placed on the functional use of the specific international training management web sites and systems. Individual coaching and assistance on computer use is provided.

SELF-PROP FA SYSTEMS MECH - MASL : B144563

Initial entry training, providing Basic Knowledge and Skills training in Unit Level (Automotive) Maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, TMDE, maintenance safety and discipline, troubleshooting, replacement, repair, and service of the cooling systems, electrical systems, powerplants/packs, suspension systems, steering systems, braking systems, and hull of M109-series Howitzers, M88A1 Medium Recovery Vehicle, and M992A2 Ammunition Carrier.Initial entry training, providing Basic Knowledge and Skills training in Unit Level (Automotive) Maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, TMDE, maintenance safety and discipline, troubleshooting, replacement, repair, and service of the cooling systems, electrical systems, powerplants/packs, suspension systems, steering systems, braking systems, and hull of M109-series Howitzers, M88A1 Medium Recovery Vehicle, and M992A2 Ammunition Carrier.

SENTRY DOG HANDLER SUPV - MASL : D173004

This course trains airmen, sister service, and other government agency personnel to perform duties prescribed in AFMAN 36-2108, Enlisted Classification for MWD Trainers and Kennelmasters in AFSC 3P0X1A and sister service equivalent specialties. The scope of the training includes: operational responsibilities, transportation, resources, employment factors, air base defense, drug training aids, explosives training aids, evaluation procedures, principles of conditioning and proficiency training. This course provides training for personnel meeting the prerequisites in applicable regulations for the following agencies: Air Force, equivalent sister service counterparts, Department of Defense (DoD) hired personnel, and foreign nationals employed by the United States Government.

SERGEANTS COURE (MLT III) - MASL : P171820

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

SERGEANTS COURSE (MLT III) - MASL : P171819

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

SERGEANTS COURSE (MLT III) - MASL : P171809

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

SH-2G(E) SENSOR OPERATOR - MASL : P119703

Totrain students how to operate the SH-2G(E) Sensor Operator.

Special Note: Student must possess a Secret Clearance in order to access the facility where training takes place.

SH-3 SIMULATOR TRAINING - MASL : P119426

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

SH-60 ELEC SYS INT - MASL : P141377

SH-60 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS COMPONENT INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electrician s Mates will have sufficient knowledge of SH-60 component operation to test, troubleshoot and repair components, under supervision, in an intermediate maintenance working environment. Scope: This course covers Introduction to the SH-60 Electrical System Component Intermediate Maintenance Course; Electrical Power System Components; Blade De-Ice System Components; Environmental Control System Components; Instrument System Components; Lighting Systems Components; Utility Systems Components.

Prerequisites: Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. See annual schedule of courses for a particular location.

SH60B CAT V PILOT TRAINING - MASL : P113302

Totrain SH-60B Category I Fleet Replacement Lamps MK-3 Pilots in the skills and techniques required for performance as a pilot qualified in Model (PQM)/Airborne Tactical Officer (ATO). This course provides the training necessary to qualify lamps MK-3 Fleet Replacement Pilots to perform basic operational missions in the SH-60B Aircraft. Introductory Ground Training Phase I consists of DWEST, Swim Qualification, SERE and Helicopter Instrument Ground School. Further ground training, Phases II, III and IV in SH-60B systems familiarization and all phases of mission performance are accomplished through a combination of mediated materials developed utilizing the Instructional Systems Development (ISD) process. The result is an instructional system utilizing a mix of self-paced and instructor-paced lessons.

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COURSE CONSISTS OF SH60B SYSTEMS/AIRCRAFT FAMILIARIZATION, SAR/UTILITY TRAINING, RAST LANDING QUALIFICATION, AND ASW/ASST TACTICAL EMPLOYMENT. COURSE DURATION CAN BE ADJUSTED BASED ON DESIRED TRAINING. AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TRAINING DURATION IS 62 DAYS. STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS PRIOR TO OTHER COURSE PHASES.

SH-60B SIMULATOR (OFT) - MASL : P119378

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

SH60F ASW PILOT - MASL : P113900

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

SH-60F ELEC/SYS INITIAL - MASL : P141051

SH-60F/HH-60H ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS (INITIAL) ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills including theory of operation, organizational maintenance practices, and troubleshooting procedures of the SH-60F/HH-60H Helicopter Electronic Systems to perform organizational maintenance under close supervision in the squadron working environment.

Scope: The course content will include the following Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction to the Course, Publications, General Safety Procedures, and Aircraft Familiarization. 2. SH-60F/HH-60H Tactical Data Management Systems Operation, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance Procedures. 3. SH-60F/HH-60H Communication Systems Operation, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance Procedures. 4. SH-60F/HH-60H Navigation Systems Operation, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance Procedures. 5. SH-60F Mission Sensor Systems Operation, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance Procedures. 6. HH-60H Electronic Protection Systems Operation, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance Procedures. 7. HH-60H FLIR/LRD/Hellfire Systems Opertation, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Maintenance Procedures 8. Introduction to the HH-60H FLIR/Hellfire System 9. Forward Looking Infrared/ LASER Rangefinder Designator System 10. CD-139/A Armanent Controller-Receiver-Transmitter/CV-4326 Signal Data Converter and Hellfire System.

Prerequisites: Designated AT.

SH-60F/R SIMULATOR (OFT) - MASL : P119377

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

SHIP CREW TG OVERSEAS-LANT - MASL : P221050

SHIP CREW TRAINING OVERSEAS

SHIPCREW TRNG - LANTFLT - MASL : P121015

Ship Transfer MASL used to track individual students during crew indoctrination training on ships being reactivated in Atlantic Fleet ports or repair facilities. POC: Mr. Al Wolven, CLF N734, 836-3534, wolven@clf.navy.mil

SHPBD CBR-D OPS/TRNG SPEC - MASL : P127437

Toprovide basic to advanced Chemical, Biological, and Radiological Defense (CBR-D) training for enlisted personnel (E5-E9), Source Ratings (DC, HT, & HM). Enlisted graduates of this course will be prepared to conduct CBR-D training at Training Commands and aboard ship for CBR-D, advise on integration of CBR-D operations into a normal command organization of the functions necessary to prepare for, defend against and recover from CBR-D involvement.

SPECIAL NOTES: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P127143, "SENIOR ENLISTED DC", A-495-2055. IMSO must orders must state in block 12 able to Participate in hazardous

duty training.

SHPBD DC(Deact-SeeTCC) - MASL : P127012

Required course for DCRS and Inport Emergency Teams (IET). Provides a one day opportunity for DCRS and IET Teams to perform as a team in investigating, reporting, repairing structural damage (shoring, pipe patching and plugging), and to control/stop flooding. This is equivalent to Level One training IAW OPNAVINST 3541 series.

SCOPE: This course utilizes lectures, Powerpoint and practical exercises. Subject matter consists of 2 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of practical application. Areas covered include investigation, dewatering, damage control communications and equipment, shoring, pipe patching, EEBD, PHARS, hazardous material, material conditions, patching and plugging drills, and a wet battle problem utilizing the damage control wet trainer.

PREREQUISITES: All students should be PQS qualified members of a DCRS or Students must have orders and Medical Screening form in hand. A stamp or notation on orders specifically stating "STUDENT IS MEDICALLY QUALIFIED TO ATTEND" will suffice. Students must be medically screened by parent command no earlier than 96 hours prior to arrival at damage control school. Medical screening shall be IAW CNETINST 3541.1 (series). Potential students who are unable to participate in or complete the PRT must have it specifically stated on their orders that they have been evaluated by their parent command and are cleared for damage control training. PCS personnel must bring health records or have screening completed within 96 hours to CLCVN by medical facility. Students without required medical statements on orders will not be trained and returned to parent command. This course is opened to all rates and paygrades. Individuals with sickle cell trait shall be briefed by the parent command corpsman regarding necessary hydration procedures. No contact lenses will be permitted in the wet trainer during the wet battle problem. The use of combat spectacles is allowed.

SIDEWINDER - EOD - MASL : P193136

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

SIGNAL BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121285

The BOLC is a 3-phase course consisting of: Instruction on general knowledge, information technology, basic electronics, information assurance, DOD tactical networks, network management and CAPSTONE exercises. Phase Scope - Instruction on Army Operations doctrine; communications planning and management; communications interface; offense; defense; leadership; automation; electronics; microwave; tropospheric scattering; property accounting; telecommunications; COMSEC accounting; military justice; C-E systems tactics and doctrine; digital training on FBCB2, ABCS, and MCS-2. Also, includes communications requirements, planning and execution unique to a Maneuver Battalion.The BOLC is a 3-phase course consisting of: Instruction on general knowledge, information technology, basic electronics, information assurance, DOD tactical networks, network management and CAPSTONE exercises. Phase Scope - Instruction on Army Operations doctrine; communications planning and management; communications interface; offense; defense; leadership; automation; electronics; microwave; tropospheric scattering; property accounting; telecommunications; COMSEC accounting; military justice; C-E systems tactics and doctrine; digital training on FBCB2, ABCS, and MCS-2. Also, includes communications requirements, planning and execution unique to a Maneuver Battalion.

SIGNAL OFF ADV PREP - MASL : B171772

Instruction in Signal Unit structure, Corps and below; signal support on communications systems to include DGM, MSE, and CNR; and automation. The informational program includes the twelve designated IP subjects.

SIGNAL OFFICER ADV - MASL : B171771

The Signal Corps installs, operates, and maintains a myriad of state-of-the art, real-time voice and data tactical information services to all elements on the battlefield. Inherent with the Signal Corps missions are command, supervisory, managerial, and technical leadership for the installation, operation, administration, and maintenance of information systems in both fixed and mobile configurations.

SIGNAL OFFICER BASIC - MASL : B121410

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

SIMULATOR IP - MASL : B119993

This MASL is would be used when Informational Program Simulator training is required.This MASL is would be used when Informational Program Simulator training is required.

SK-A-SCH - MASL : P152007

STOREKEEPER CLASS A (C - AUTOMATED ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM

To provide enlisted Navy personnel, fleet returnees, Military Sealift Command (MSC) personnel, and International Military Students (IMSs) under the Security Assistance Training Program (SATP) the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the basic job tasks required by the Storekeeper rating.

SCOPE: The course is designed under the "Core and Strand" concept. Students will accomplish the following learning objectives through group-paced instruction and intensive practical exercises: Supply administration; material identification; material procurement; material receipt, stowage and handling; basic inventory management afloat; financial management; COSAL; SUADPSRT; SNAP II. Areas covered will include the Navy Supply System, customer service, Navy correspondence, material identification and procurement, basic OPTAR accounting, material receipt, stowage and inventory control utilizing the Integrated Barcode System (IBS), supply forms, basic supply acronym and Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) for effective performance as an apprentice storekeeper under supervision. Graduates of the course will perform these job tasks in Navy, computer-oriented, supply support environments for surface, submarine, shore duty or reserve communities.

Special Note: This is a self-paced course taught in a computer based environment in a classroom with a facilitator. Students will be required to log on to Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) in order to complete the course. The class facilitator will register students for access to NKO after class convene.

SKIRT AND FINGER REPAIR - MASL : P145122

Toprovide LCAC maintenance personnel with the required knowledge to perform both temporary repair and permanent replacement of skirt/finger components.

SLING LOAD INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION - MASL : B153725

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

SM-2 FLT OPS OVERVIEW - MASL : P195146

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1/10

TARGETED AUDIENCE: Missile Maintenance Officers and Technicians

SYNOPSIS:

This course provides the students with an understanding of SM-2 flight operation from launch through intercept. Differences between the different SM-2 variants is included as required. Flight operational phases include details of the following:

1. Pre-launch

2. Launch

3. Boost/Pitchover

4. Midcourse

5. Terminal Homing

6. Intercept

Also included is an overview of the gis weapon system including the major detection and engagement subsystems. Both the MK 26 GMLS and MK 41 VLS launching systems are discussed with focus on VLS. The pre-launch assessment includes all the key interfaces between SM-2 and the launcher. Each subsequent operational phase includes discussions of critical missile events that are required if successful intercept is to occur. This intercept phase which includes target detection and warhead operation is discussed in detail. Upon completion, the student will have a good broad understanding of all the SM-2 flight operational sequence.

AVAILABILITY: 60 days from receipt of formal request and funding.

SM-2 MISSILE ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY/INSPECTION - MASL : P195153

SM-2 MISSILE ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY AND MK 45 TDD COUPLER (KOREA)

SM-2 THEORY OF OP (KS) - MASL : P195152

STANDARD MISSILES-2 THEORY OF OPERATION (MK698 GMTS)

SMALL ARMS REPAIRER - MASL : B142290

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

SMALL ARMS/TOWED ARTILLERY - MASL : B142292

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

SMALL ARMS/TOWED ARTILLERY REPAIRER - MASL : B142390

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

SMALL ARMS/TOWED ARTILLERY REPAIRER (SMALL ARMS) - MASL : B142391

Effective 2006-11-17 (Draft)

Course Scope:

To train students in the basic knowledge and skills to perform field and sustainment maintenance on the M242 25mm automatic gun; the 120mm mortar; the M198 medium towed howitzer; the M119A2 light towed howitzer; and specialized weapons. It will also train the student in Army peculiar artillery subjects.

1. POI 641-45B10 Phase 1 is the consolidated ITRO portion of the course. Both US Army and US Marine Corps students will attend Phase 1 collectively. Phase 1 subjects include: Shoulder and Hand Fired Weapons, Light Machine Guns, Heavy Ground Mounted Machine Guns and Mortars.

2. POI 641-45B10 Phase 2 is unique only to US Army students. Subjects include: Basic Knowledge and Skills, M242 25mm Automatic Gun, M120 120mm Mortar, M590 12 Gage Shotgun, M107 Sniper Rifle, Army Peculiar Subjects, M198 Medium towed Howitzer, and M119A2 Light Towed Howitzer.

NOTE: US Marine Corps students will also be required to complete the subjects in POI 641-2111 (OS) (USMC) Phase 2 (Small Arms Repairer) following completion of POI 641-45B10 Phase 1.

Special Information:

1. Commander's time, open time, physical fitness, and in/out processing time were not used to compute peacetime course length.

2. Peacetime academic course length was determined by dividing the academic time by 40 (298 / 40 = 7.45) rounded to 7 weeks, 3 days.

3. The total course length for POI 641-45B10 Phase 2 was computed by adding one additional day for out-processing, resulting in a 7 week, 4 day total. No additional instructor contact hours (ICH) are added for the one additional day of out-processing.

4. Mobilization course length was computed by dividing the academic time by 54.

5. Sequential and progressive testing occurs throughout each module.

6. Physical fitness training and testing will be accomplished before and/or after academic day and are not included in the overall course length. This includes four hours of APFT testing.

SMALL ARMS/TOWED ARTILLERY REPAIRER (TOW ART) - MASL : B142393

Effective 2006-11-17 (Draft)

Course Scope:

To train students in the basic knowledge and skills to perform field and sustainment maintenance on the M242 25mm automatic gun; the 120mm mortar; the M198 medium towed howitzer; the M119A2 light towed howitzer; and specialized weapons. It will also train the student in Army peculiar artillery subjects.

1. POI 641-45B10 Phase 1 is the consolidated ITRO portion of the course. Both US Army and US Marine Corps students will attend Phase 1 collectively. Phase 1 subjects include: Shoulder and Hand Fired Weapons, Light Machine Guns, Heavy Ground Mounted Machine Guns and Mortars.

2. POI 641-45B10 Phase 2 is unique only to US Army students. Subjects include: Basic Knowledge and Skills, M242 25mm Automatic Gun, M120 120mm Mortar, M590 12 Gage Shotgun, M107 Sniper Rifle, Army Peculiar Subjects, M198 Medium towed Howitzer, and M119A2 Light Towed Howitzer.

NOTE: US Marine Corps students will also be required to complete the subjects in POI 641-2111 (OS) (USMC) Phase 2 (Small Arms Repairer) following completion of POI 641-45B10 Phase 1.

Special Information:

1. Commander's time, open time, physical fitness, and in/out processing time were not used to compute peacetime course length.

2. Peacetime academic course length was determined by dividing the academic time by 40 (298 / 40 = 7.45) rounded to 7 weeks, 3 days.

3. The total course length for POI 641-45B10 Phase 2 was computed by adding one additional day for out-processing, resulting in a 7 week, 4 day total. No additional instructor contact hours (ICH) are added for the one additional day of out-processing.

4. Mobilization course length was computed by dividing the academic time by 54.

5. Sequential and progressive testing occurs throughout each module.

6. Physical fitness training and testing will be accomplished before and/or after academic day and are not included in the overall course length. This includes four hours of APFT testing

SMALL GROUP INSTRUCTION TRAINING - MASL : B179014

Apply specified small group methods while developing team building skills, facilitating group process; developing decision making/problem solving skills; modeling army leader values and applying communication skills.

SMALL UNIT LEADER (JA) - MASL : P121010

SMALL UNIT LEADERS SUPPORTING ARMS ORIENTATION

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

Scope. The course provides instruction designed to introduce the student to the organization, capabilities, limitations, and company-level utilization of supporting arms. Enlisted personnel who do not possess a supporting arms occupational field are the target population. Testing will be conducted by a multiple-choice exam with 70% as a passing grade. To successfully complete the course, the student must attend all classes. If a student is not present for a class, course failure will result. This course is designed for active duty units.

Special Equipment. Light projection system, visual-aid panel, and Forward Observer Training System (FOTS), or Indoor Simulated Marksmanship Trainer - Enhanced (ISMT-E).

Special Notes. It is required that the FOTS and ISMT-E be scheduled to support the course. The requesting unit will fund and request all logistical support and student materials. The uniform for the resident course will be utilities, or service equivalent.

The students will not be given an MOS, and no prerequisite training is required for them.

SNCO ADVANCED COURSE - MASL : P171822

This course provides gunnery sergeants and gunnery sergeants selectees with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead personnel in combat. Instructions is presented through a variety of teaching techniques to include guided discussions, research, writing, presentations, and guest lectures. Emphasis is placed on leadership, education, administration, and tactics.

SNCO ADVANCED COURSE - MASL : P171821

This course provides gunnery sergeants and gunnery sergeants selectees with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead personnel in combat. Instructions is presented through a variety of teaching techniques to include guided discussions, research, writing, presentations, and guest lectures. Emphasis is placed on leadership, education, administration, and tactics.

SNCO CAREER COURSE USMC - MASL : P171207

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

SNCO CAREER COURSE USMC - MASL : P171216

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

SNCO CAREER COURSE USMC - MASL : P171215

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

SNR ENL EO CRS - MASL : D179027

The goal of the workshop is to impart upon the participants the manner in which EO issues impact unit cohesion, mission accomplishment, combat readiness and increased awareness, sensitivity, and understanding of EO issues. The program is divided into the following topic areas: 1. Socialization and values 2. Power and dicrimination 3. Sexism and sexual harassment 4. Leading a culturally diverse work force 5. Contemporary and emerging EO issues 6. Future focus The training methodology is interactive lectures, video presentations followed by discussions, case study and scenario solving, and facilitated action planning. Facilitators are experienced subject-matter experts and are graduates of DEOMI''s 15-week EO staff advisor course.

SOF SR ENLSTD CRS - MASL : D126018

Course focus will be on SOF Command and Control, Joint SOF Orientation, Joint Planning Orientation, Force Protection, Professional Development, Cross Cultural Communication, and Region Orientations. Resident Army, Navy, and Air Force instructors and civilian and military personnel who are course specific subject matter experts will be featured speakers. This curse meets Force Protection Level I Requirements and will provide a comprehensive orientation for SOF senior enlisted leaders. GOAL: To strengthen the interoperational skills to make the student as effective in the joint environment as they are in their own service. TARGET AUDIENCE: Senior enlisted personnel (E-7, E-8, E-9) en-route, selected, or recently assigned to a joint billet or who will be working directly with personnel in a joint billet. Non-SOF senior enlistd personnel are welcome on a space available basis.

SONAR AN/SQS-56 MT - MASL : P135017

Totrain selected USN enlisted and foreign national personnel in the theory and maintenance aspects of the AN/SQS-56 Sonar Detecting/Ranging Set and the MK 309 Mods 0/2 Underwater Battery Fire Control System. Upon completion of this course, technicians will be able to perform fault isolation, repair and replacement and preventive maintenance procedures. Scope: This course provides instruction in preventive and corrective maintenance to the printed circuit board level, review of digital logic, and use of special test equipment on the AN/SQS-56 Sonar System, MK 309 Mod 0 and 2 UBFCS.

SONAR COMM WQC-2/2A OP/MT - MASL : P135015

Provides the trainee with the knowledge and skill necessary to operate and maintain the AN/WQC-2/2A Sonar Communication Set. This course provides theory of operation, maintenance and troubleshooting procedures for the AN/WQC-2/2A Sonar Communication Set. Practical experience in operating and troubleshooting the equipment is provided.

SOS INT'L OFF SCH CRS - MASL : D171012

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.

SOUT/CENT ASIA ORIENTA CRS - MASL : D126030

NONE.

SP AVN SAFETY MGT CN 1004 - MASL : B113036

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

SPACE OPERATIONS/GRAD - MASL : D178111

Prepares Air Force officers for management roles involving the use of engineering principles and scientific management techniques in planning, executing, and evaluating space operations. Provides a thorough grounding in quantitative and qualitative approaches to the analysis and management of space missions. The program is highly interdisciplinary in nature; all students study subjects spanning the areas of space sciences, engineering, and management sciences. Space operations graduates are prepared to apply scientific management techniques to the accomplishment of the full spectrum of space missions. They are educated in the areas of probability and statistics, operations research, systems simulation, effectiveness and trade-off analyses, contracting and acquisition, and operations planning. They have an understanding of the space environment, orbital mechanics, propulsion systems, computers, communications systems, surveillance systems, and systems design and integration. The space operations graduate is prepared to plan, operate, and analyze military space systems. The recommended career fields for assignment of the space operations graduate are space systems (20XX), communication and computers (49XX), and weather (25XX). The career progression starts with an officer serving one or more nonacademic tours prior to attending this program. After graduation, these officers are assigned to space-related middle management positions, and form a cadre from which the senior leadership and management of Air Force space operations may be selected. Typical students in the graduate space operations program are senior lieutenants through majors. While the program is primarily oriented to the Space Operations (20XX) career field, academically qualified officers from any career field are encouraged to apply.

SPAN AVIATION SAFETY MGT - MASL : B113035

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

SPAN MAINT MGR CN 1004 - MASL : B141770

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

SPAN UH-1 HELO RPR - ALL - MASL : B141785

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

SPAN UH-1 HELO RPR CN 1004 - MASL : B141786

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

SPANISH AIR MISSION COMMANDER - MASL : B113021

Course is designed to provide selected rotary wing aviators with the necessary skills and knowledge to plan, coordinate, and execute aviation operations as Air Mission Commanders. Instruction includes training in aviation operations' principles, aviation planning, mission analysis, plans, orders, execution, humanitarian relief operations, civil military operations, peace keeping operations, and supervision (rehearsals).

SPANISH AVIATOR (UH-60FS) (REFRESHER) - MASL : B113039

This course consists of flight and academic training in the UH-60 flight simulator to include all basic flight and emergency tasks; and academic instruction and practical application of the UH-60 aircraft systems subjects to provide the aviator with the necessary skills and knowledge to properly operate the UH-60 helicopter.

SPANISH IERW - COLOMBIA - MASL : B113033

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

SPANISH UH-60 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - MASL : B113068

Toprovide information and training on UH-60 maintenance test flight procedures, troubleshooting, and aircraft systems.Toprovide information and training on UH-60 maintenance test flight procedures, troubleshooting, and aircraft systems.

SPANISH UH-60 IP - MASL : B113000

Consists of flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, safety, automatic flight control systems, power train, hydraulic and electric systems, malfunction analysis, and night academics; methods of instruction for contact maneuvers, tactics and N/NVG training, dual and single engine operations and emergency procedures.

SPANISH UH-60 MAINTENANCE TEST PILOT - MASL : B113067

Course will provide information and training on the UH-60 Maintenance Test flight procedures, troubleshooting and aircraft systems.

SPARROW - EOD - MASL : P193133

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

SPEC CONT - MASL : D147037

Contractor provided training that requires a 70 ECL. Specific contractor training course title should be reflected on the applicable student training track/line (wcn/suffix)

SPEC ENG LANG TRNG (SET) - MASL : P177008

SPECIALIZED ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING (SET)

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

SPEC OPS LIAS ELE STF OFCR - MASL : D173077

Conducted by USAFSOS/EDOO. This course prepares graduates to represent SOF within the theater C2 structure, specifically within a joint or combined air operations center (AOC). Introduces students to AOC functions, SOF C2, and the targeting and ATO cycles, in addition to SOLE functions and responsibilities. Implements a combination of a staff planning exercise, doctrinal seminars, and lectures; providing a comprehensive overview of SOLE operations. Primary emphasis is on deconflicting and synchronizing special opertions missions with the Joint Force Air Component Commander''s (JFACC) forces and activities in the deep battlespace. Prepares personnel assigned or en route to serve in a SOLE to represent SOF within the theater C2 structure. Educates special operations personnel on the air tasking order (ATO) process and the integration of SOF into the theater campaign. GOAL: To enhanc special operations forces (SOF) integration in the theater C2 structure by educating potential SOLE members on theater C2 operations. Students will graduate with the knowledge necessary to perform effectively as a member of a SOLE. TARGET AUDIENCE: This course is designed for military officers, NCOs, or civilian equivalents in grades E-6 through O-6 who are assigned or en route to a SOLE, or who may be tasked to augment a SOLE. Students should have a working knowledge of special operations and staff functions.

SPEC REACTION TEAM/CERTIFY - MASL : D173067

This course is designed for security forces personnel (defenders) of any branch charged to protect key resources in the field needed to sustain air operations during peacetime or contingencies. It will take the novice security forces member from a basic understanding of force protection and air base defense, to a mid-level understanding on why and how to protect resources. Classroom instruction is augmented by intense field training exercises, which simulate patrol and urban defense operations. This course benefits anyone interested in force protection, regardless of experience. Students will learn the latest in force protection methodology. Suggested ranks are airman to company grade officers or civilian equivalents. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - GROUND DEFENSE SKILLS The student is taught the primary objectives of active ground defense in which they will learn concepts and principles/threat spectrum, fundaments of defense, measures and techniques used in the field to control and combat the enemy. The handling of prisoners of war, rules of engagement and law of armed conflict are covered in accordance with international human rights agreements. In tactical communications and use of brevity codes, the student is shown how to install a tactical net and how to encode and decode messages. The students are also taught how to select cross-country routes, what actions to take on enemy contact, introduction to night training and elementary night movement, routines in defense, patrolling and land navigation. Other topics in this block include: personal hygiene and field sanitation, hand grenades, tactical vehicle deployment, camouflage individual/equipment, listening/observation posts, range determination, warning/operations orders, hand and arm signals, cover and concealment, illumination and night observation devices, tactical sentry duties, move under direct fire/move over, through, and around obstacles, tactical vehicle deployment, and electronic security system concept of operation. BLOCK II - GROUND DEFENSE SKILLS/WEAPONS/FTX In this block the defender is taught how to select cross-country routes, what actions to take on enemy contact, introduction to night training and elementary night movement, routines in defense, patrolling/land navigation, support weapons, operator maintenance and M-16 familiarization, operator maintenance and M-203 grenade launcher familiarization, operator maintenance, T & E, and range cards on M-60 Machine Gun, familiarization on M-60 machine gun, fire arms training simulator, and close quarter battle drill exercise.

SPEC WARFARE COMBAT CRAFT - MASL : P145952

Toprovide various personnel with the basic skills, knowledge and cross training in the operation and maintenance of special warfare craft and designed to prepare surface warfare officers and enlisted personnel to perform as members of a maritime special operations force. Scope: To familiarize officers and enlisted personnel in the basic knowledge and skills to operate and employ combatant craft and equipment utilized throughout NSW.

NOTE: COURSES ARE LIMITED TO THREE ENGLISH SPEAKING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS PER CLASS.

SPEC/OPS COMBTNG TERRORISM - MASL : D126019

NONE.

SPECIAL DENTAL TNG-CANADA - MASL : B175219

This MASL programs special dental training for Canada.This MASL programs special dental training for Canada.

SPECIAL ELEC DEVICES RPR - MASL : B132468

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, position and azimuth determining systems, NBC detection and warning systems, test measurement and diagnostic equipment organic to the maintenance shop or maintenance van.

SPECIAL FORCES COMBAT DIVER QUALIFICATION - MASL : B126623

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

SPECIAL FORCES COMBAT DIVING SUPERVISOR - MASL : B126621

Plan and supervise combat diving operations; tides and currents; submarine opratonis; diving operations; diving equipment; medical aspects of diving; recompression chamber operations; diving physics and a course culmination exercise.

SPECIAL FORMAL MEDICAL TNG - MASL : B170036

This MASL programs special formal medical training at the USA R&D Command, Fort Detrick, Maryland.This MASL programs special formal medical training at the USA R&D Command, Fort Detrick, Maryland.

SPECIAL FORMAL TRAINING - MASL : B170021

This MASL will be used when Special Formal Training is required.This MASL will be used when Special Formal Training is required.

SPECIAL INVEST OFF/MAP - MASL : D173016

The SIC is an entry-level course designed to provide training in basic investigative skills and techniques. Students receive classroom instruction in such topics as the AFOSI mission, jurisdiction, policy, civil, and military law, theory and application of investigative techniques, report writing, interview techniques, evidence collection and preservation, technical equipment and scientific aids used in investigations, counterintelligence, use of firearms, apprehension techniques and self-defense tactics. In addition to USAFSIA staff instructors, some training blocks feature guest speakers from other Federal investigative agencies. Students also receive instruction in total quality management/leadership principles. In addition to classroom instruction, students participate in extensive practical exercises that further enhances their knowledge and skills. Approximately 50 hours of instruction are not for foreign dissemination (NOFORN). International Student participation is suspended until the course relocates to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Georgia, in October 02.

SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMBAT MEDICAL SKILLS SUST - MASL : B126641

SOCMSSC consists of two modules that blend operational medicine and trauma unique to the special operations environment. The operational medicine module includes American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) recertification, general medical subjects, and special operations specific medical subjects. The SOF Trauma Module consists of tactical combat casualty care, advanced combat trauma life support, including Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS), and a live tissue lab. The course culminates with a dynamic tactical combat casualty care field exercise. The course emphasizes the use of SOF scenarios and equipment. The course meets or exceeds the NREMTP re- registration requirements, which includes a 48-hour Department of Transportation (DOT) EMT-P refresher course and 24 hours of continuing education.

Special Information:

All waiver requests will be sent to CG, USAJFKSWCS, ATTN: AOJK-OP (G-3) FT BRAGG, NC 28310 NLT 45 days prior to the class start date.

SPECIAL OPNS COMBAT MEDIC - MASL : B126633

Basic Life Support/Automatic External Defibrillation (D); pharmaceutical calculations; anatomy; physiology; pathophysiology; medical terminology; basic physical exam techniques; medical documentation; pharmacology; basic airway management; medical patient assessment; advanced airway management; patient management skills; pre-hospital trauma emergencies and care; advanced trauma tasks/skills; operating room procedures; minor surgical skills; NREMP-Basic examination; obstetrics and pediatric emergencies; cardiac pharmacology; Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS); EMT Paramedic clinical rotation and field internship (consists of 2 weeks ambulance, 2 weeks of hospital, and 4 weeks of paramedic testing preparation); Hospital rotation: rotations in the emergency department, labor and delivery, surgical intensive care, pediatric emergency department, and operating room; Ambulance rotation: assignment to an Advanced LIfe Support EMS unit responsible for responding to a variety of 911 emergency calls; NREMT-Paramedic exam; care of the trauma patient in a field environment; preventive medicine; nursing care; 30 hours of clinical rotations in clinics located on Fort Bragg, NC, conducting sick call under the supervision of a physician or physician's assistant.

SPECIAL OPNS TGT INTERDICT - MASL : B126617

General subjects; marksmanship; observations; and concealment and evaluations.

SPECIALIZED ENG LANG TNG - MASL : B177008

This MASL would be programmed when Specialized English Language Training is required.This MASL would be programmed when Specialized English Language Training is required.

SPECTROMETRIC OIL ANALYSIS - MASL : D148070

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.

SP-INSTR (UH-1FS) (REF) CN - MASL : B113010

This course is designed to provide previously qualified aviators with introduction refresher training in instrument tasks using the 2B24 synthetic flight training system.This course is designed to provide previously qualified aviators with introduction refresher training in instrument tasks using the 2B24 synthetic flight training system.

SQUADRON OFFICER SCHOOL - MASL : D171003

To develop dynamic Airmen ready to lead air and space power in an expeditionary warfighting environment. Instruction covers the profession of arms; leadership; international security studies; military studies; and communication. The course continues the development of the warrior/leaders and "whole person" professional officers--capable of increased contributions to varied Air Force missions. A small number of international officers, DoD civilians, non-active duty Reserve and ANG may attend. When AU funds are authorized for use (see Authorized Use of AU Training Funds under General Information), fax TDY order to 12CPTS/FMFLT at DSN 487-2592 or commercial at (210) 652-2592. 12CPTS/FMFLT will provide travel order number, fund cite, and certification of funds.

SQUADRON OFFICERS COURSE - MASL : D171032

This course is modeled after the program taught at the USAF Squadron Officers School (SOS), which prepares USAF company grade officers for increased leadership responsibilities. The course is designed to develop dynamic Airmen ready to lead air and space power in an expeditionary warfighting environment. Educated students will value their unique role as air force officers by applying air and space leadership to effectively execute military missions, and valuing the warrior-leader ethos and its impact on air and space power development. The course improves the students leadership and management skills, using lessons on leadership, military ethics, air force values, and human rights in addition to developing their knowledge of the use of airpower, including basic theories of warfare and the increasing role of rospace and information systems in the joint environment. Students in this course receive the same instruction taught to all captains in the United States Air Force that attend SOS in-residence. COURSE DESCRIPTION This Course is not divided into Blocks The Squadron Officer Course (SOC) introduces the student to ideas on how an officer should view his/her profession. Students are taught lessons regarding the study of Air Force and Joint doctrine and history. The lessons on officer-ship emphasize the concept of how all officers, regardless of nationality, share the same basic ideals. The course includes studies of United States Air Force (USAF) core values. Lectures and seminars with guest speakers are used to further develop the concepts of leadership, senior officer perspectives, the role of women in the Armed Forces, human rights, military ethics, Law of Armed Conflict and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Leadership exercises in this course are designed to help students manage their resources. Students investigate the skills necessary to lead, supervise, and communicate with their subordinates, peers, and superiors. Focus is on team building, applying the leadership principles, and developing basic presentation skills. Also included are lessons in quality principals such as techniques for group problem solving, process action teams and methods for continuous improvement that can be realistically applied to any work environment. The course includes a basic primer on the principles of war found in US basic doctrine and the history of air power, from the US perspective, beginning in World War I to lessons learned in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The course includes in-depth lessons on the keys for US military success in future conflicts: Joint Operations, Information Operations and Space Systems, and concepts pertinent to the Global War on Terror. In addition, students apply new concepts and principles of leadership during field trips to the Leadership Reaction Course (LRC) located at Lackland AFB. These challenges help the students with leadership, communication skills, and teamwork in a more realistic environment. Prior to the exercises, the students will receive lessons in Operational Risk Management and apply them to the LRC and Confidence Courses.

SR ENL ACAD (SEE LOC: NEA) - MASL : P171019

Toprepare selected senior enlisted leaders, in the grades of E-8 and E-9, to better fulfill their expanded leadership and management responsibilities.The class is divided into small study groups to allow a free exchange of ideas, sharing of experiences, reasoning in problem-solving, and fostering self-confidence and team building. Guest lecturers are used extensively throughout the course as subject matter experts. The 240-hour curriculum addresses the following areas: ommunication skills, leadership and management techniques, national security affairs, U.S. Navy programs, and health and physical readiness. This course of study requires intensive reading, writing, and public speaking skills. Basic computer skills are also required. To receive a graduation certificate, students MUST: pass all writing and speaking assignments, pass all exams, and pass the U.S. Navy Physical Fitness assessment, which includes an initial body fat assessment and physical readiness test with body fat assessment.

SR INTERNATIONAL DEF MGT - MASL : P162004

The SIDMC course applies basic concepts, techniques, and analysis of comparative resources management to enhance the theoretical knowledge, competence, and capabilities of foreign general/flag officers and equivalent civilian officials. The major curricular concept of this course is comparative resources management, i.e., the examination of theories and practices of various nations, not only those of the U.S. The Institute stresses that each country is unique and must choose resource management systems that meet its specific needs.

RANK REQUIREMENT: GENERAL AND FLAG OR EQUIVALENT.

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

NOTE: CANCELLATION FEE POLICY: 100 PERCENT PENALTY FEE, ONCE A CONTRACT IS LET OR A QUOTA IS CONFIRMED, UNLESS WAIVED BY THE MILDEP AS PER NAVY IPO 081900Z JAN 03.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

SR NCO PROFESSIONAL DEV - MASL : B179115

Weapons; training management; battle staff planning; counterdrug operations; squad and platoon tactics; fire support; leadership; engineering; communications; land navigation; minimum of 12 hours instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.Weapons; training management; battle staff planning; counterdrug operations; squad and platoon tactics; fire support; leadership; engineering; communications; land navigation; minimum of 12 hours instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

SR PWR GEN EQUIP RPR BNCOC - MASL : B174126

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

STAFF NCO ACAD ADV MLT IV - MASL : P171812

This course provides gunnery sergeants and gunnery sergeants selectees with the education and leadership skills necessary to lead personnel in combat. Instructions is presented through a variety of teaching techniques to include guided discussions, research, writing, presentations, and guest lectures. Emphasis is placed on leadership, education, administration, and tactics.

STANDARD MISSILE - EOD - MASL : P193140

STANDARD MISSILE TRNG

STD MISS 2 ASSEMBLY/DISASS - MASL : P195122

STANDARD MISSILE (SM-2) ASSEMBLY, DISASSEMBLY AND HANDLING

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1/6

TARGETED AUDIENCE: STANDARD Missile Maintenance Technicians

SYNOPSIS:

This course will provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to safely and efficiently inspect, assemble, disassemble, and handle STANDARD Missiles (SM), components, sections and propulsion units. This course includes but is not limited to the following topics.

1. Missile, missile section, propulsion unit, component receipt and issue inspections.

2. Installation and removal of the missile, missile sections, components, and propulsion units from applicable shipping containers.

3. Assembly of missile sections, components and propulsion units into an "all-up round." This will be performed with and without telemetry, tailored to the customer s particular component configurations.

4. Disassembly of a "all-up round" to the section, component and propulsion unit level.

5. Propulsion unit contact firing button height check and expansion cone installation and removal.

6. Ordnance safety and handling equipment familiarization.

AVAILABILITY: Pre-scheduled courses at PHD NSWC are available on a reservation basis. Special courses either at PHD NSWC or in-country can be arranged depending on instructor availability.

STD MISSILE-2 THEORY OF OP - MASL : P195118

STANDARD MISSILE SM-2 FUNCTIONAL HARDWARE DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION COURSE

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1/10

TARGETED AUDIENCE: Missile Maintenance Officers and Technicians

SYNOPSIS: This course provides Navy personnel with an understanding of SM-2 hardware functional description and operation. The focus is on SM-2 variants including Block II, III, and IIIA. The course can be modified to cover a specific block type as a unique module or several variants combined. If a combined course is chosen, the differences between the variants will be discussed. A functional and physical description is provided for all major SM-2 sections including the following:

1. All-up-round level w/Canister (for VLS systems)

2. Guidance section

3. Ordnance Section (Warhead/TDD)

4. Autopilot/Inertial Reference Unit (IRU)

3. Rocket Motor / Propulsion

4. Steering Control Unit

5. Telemetry (AN/DKT-53 and / or AN/DKT-71)

The course will initially discuss a round level functional description and operation to show the student how all the sections function together as a complete system. Round level functional flow diagrams will be presented. In the case of SM-2 s used aboard VLS systems, a functional and physical description of the canister / missile interface will be provided. Once a basic understanding of round level operability is shown, section level discussion will follow starting with the guidance section. Flight operational aspects will be covered but only in enough detail to allow the student to understand functionally how the round or section works. A discussion on telemetry hardware and operation will also be provided.

AVAILABILITY: Pre-scheduled courses at PHD NSWC are available on a reservation basis. Special courses either at PHD NSWC or in-country can be arranged depending on instructor availability.

NOTE: CLASS DURATION VARIES FROM 3 TO 5 DAYS DEPENDING UPON THE MISSILE VARIANTS COVERED IN THE COURSE.

STEAM GENERATOR MT - MASL : P145278

Trains personnel to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on Propulsion Boilers. Familiarizes students with procedures and knowledge on main propulsion boilers and preventive and corrective maintenance. Includes terminology, technical documentation, principles, practices, service use, specification, material composition, operating characteristics, identification, name plate data, and how to perform preventive and corrective maintenance in a laboratory.

STINGER - EOD - MASL : P193144

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

STOREKEEPER A (SK"A") - MASL : P152125

This self-paced, entry-level course teaches fundamental skills in basic computer, correspondence, property management, requisitioning, supplies through government sources, using computer applications, inventory control, warehousing, forklift operation, transportation of freight, and maintaining financial ledgers and records using specialized computer software. Duration is up to 9 weeks but students can complete this self-paced training in less time.

STRATEGIC DEPLOYMENT PLANNING - MASL : B153731

STRADPC is a two-week resident course whose target audience is the movement planner from battalion/brigade to CORPS and Installation Level. Focus is on strategic deployment planning. Students learn concepts and key factors involved in deliberate and crisis action planning. Discuss requirements and capabilities of strategic mobility triad and support operations at POEs and PODs. They are provided an overview of JOPES, TC-ACCIS, MOBCON and learn essentials of mobilization and redeployment. Students participate in a variety of deployment planning exercises. STRADPC employs a variety of teaching methods, with an emphasis on active and higher level thinking.STRADPC is a two-week resident course whose target audience is the movement planner from battalion/brigade to CORPS and Installation Level. Focus is on strategic deployment planning. Students learn concepts and key factors involved in deliberate and crisis action planning. Discuss requirements and capabilities of strategic mobility triad and support operations at POEs and PODs. They are provided an overview of JOPES, TC-ACCIS, MOBCON and learn essentials of mobilization and redeployment. Students participate in a variety of deployment planning exercises. STRADPC employs a variety of teaching methods, with an emphasis on active and higher level thinking.

STRESS & ANGER MANAGEMENT - MASL : P175302

Toprovide students with the means of recognizing signs and symptoms of stress and the ability to cope with it through relaxation techniques, diet and exercise, assertiveness, time management, how to study and how to avoid burnout. Anger management includes discussion, audiovisuals and assignments in such topics as causes of anger, history, responses, acceptable ways to handle criticism and anger aggression vs. assertiveness, coping and self-esteem.

STRIKE FTR NFO IUT - MASL : P115032

Prepares Naval Flight Officers and Air Force Navigators for advanced concepts of NFO/NAV duties.

STRL DEFENSE PRIVT & OUTSG - MASL : P162011

STREAMLINING DEFENSE: PRIVATIZATION AND OUTSOURCING

This course will demonstrate how economic and management concepts can be applied to improve the structure and functioning of defense operations and support activities. Practical examples of sucessful outsourcing, public-private partnerships, make-buy decisions will be provided. Each participant will be required to develop a Strategic Proposal applied to their MoD as a final practical exercise. This proposal will serve as a model for implementing positive change in their Defense Ministry.

NOTE: Students should report two days prior to class convene.

RANK REQUIREMENT: O-4 and above or equivalent civilian grade.

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

SUB DAM CTL WET TEAM TRAIN - MASL : P148040

Provide refresher training for SSN/SSBN Submarine Damage Control Teams in the use of onboard damage control equipment and in combating flooding casualties under adverse conditions while performing as a team.

SUB F/F 21C12 TM - MASL : P124600

Todevelop the proficiency of submarine fire fighting teams by evaluating two practice scenarios and grading the overall performance in the third scenario. Responsive training on individual components will NOT be conducted unless it is requested at least one day PRIOR TO CLASS convening. The team will be comprised of graduates from the Submarine Advanced and Submarine Basic Firefighting Courses (see prerequisites).

SCOPE: Provide instruction on fire, fire extinguishers, hoses and nozzles, SSN-21 class fresh water hose reels, portable atmosphere monitoring equipment, Emergency Air Breathing Masks, A-4 Oxygen Breathing Apparatus, Self contained breathing Apparatus, trainer orientation and safety, and application of fire fighting. Students participating in training must be medically and physically qualified to wear a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus(SCBA) in accordance with OPNAVINST. 5100.23 series.

MEDICAL CRITERIA FOR PARTICIPATION IN FIRE FIGHTING TRAINING: 1. The following conditions require evaluation by a corpman and a decision rendered regarding training suitability prior to an individual s participation in live fire fighting training: a. Has had in the last 10 days or is currently being treated for pneumonia, bronchitis, conjunctivitis, or asthma. b. Has had any fractures, sprains, casts, or hernia; less than four hours of sleep the previous night or consumed alcohol in past 12 hours. c. Is currently pregnant. d. History of heart disease or stress related chest pain. e. Current nasal congestion or an ear, nose, or throat infection. f. Within 10 days of postoperative procedure(minor surgery). g. Taking ANY medications. h. On limited duty/light duty or had a tooth extraction, stitches or new tattoos within last 72 hours. i. History of prior heat exhaustion or heat stroke. j. Any other conditions which may affect the ability to complete the course. k. Unable to participate in or complete the Semi-Annual Physical Readiness Test, including body fat standards. l. Have hypotension or hypoglycemia. 2. All students will be given a brief regarding the necessary hydration procedures. 3. All students are required to complete a student HIGH RISK training self-identification statement prior to commencing training. Forms are available at local fire fighting trainer commands. Minimum of 10 students.

SUB FORCE INDEP CORPSMAN - MASL : P175240

SUB FORCE INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPSMAN

Purpose: To train in the knowledge and skills required to prepare Hospital Corpsmen to render medical care aboard submarines.

Scope: The course includes submarine and nuclear medicine techniques in diagnosis and treatment; management of medical and surgical emergencies; occupational/environmental preventive medicine; medical laboratory techniques; submarine medicine; health physics; radiobiology; atmosphere control; instructor training; mathematics.

Prequisite Info: A minimum of six years active duty and four years in rating. Restricted to males not more than 30 years of age (individual waiver considered). Physically qualified for Submarine Duty per MANMED and TRANSMAN. Must be physically qualified for transfer per MANMED and TRANSMAN. Applicant must be fully qualified to perform all duties required of the NEC worldwide: wherever a billet or a mobilization requirement exists. An applicant for this program is acknowledging that, upon graduation, he will be available for a utilization tour assignment to any one of these billets worldwide. OBLIGATED SERVICE: Per TRANSMAN and MILPERSMAN - REQUIRED ENCLOSURES TO NAVPERS 1306/7: [1.] Copy of performance evaluations for past 3 years. Must include at least one evaluation prepared by the applicant s current command. [2.] Copy of service record pages 3/4,5 and 9. [3.] Candidates shall not have a record of conviction by any court-martial or non-judicial punishment (NJP) during the 18 months preceding assignment to school. Waivers for NJP should be submitted to the HM/DT Enlisted Community Manager PERS4011D13. Any civilian criminal court convictions, court martial convictions or NJP between time of selection for school and date of class convening could be disqualifying. PERS N132D13 must be notified immediately and candidate will be made available for orders if appropriate. [4.] To enhance selection opportunity, an interview is strongly recommended with a Submarine Independent Duty Corpsman or Undersea Medical Officer/Diving Medical Officer or, if not available, with a senior medical department representative, preferably within the same or related clinical or technical speciality. [5.] Commanding Officers are responsible to verify all information. The Commanding Officer s endorsement must address the applicant s technical or professional competence, demonstrated or potential leadership ability, general attitudes and motivation, and assessment of worldwide assignability. [6.] Current submarine medical examination IAW MANMED. [7.] A certified copy of a Certificate of Clearance, OPNAV Form 5520/20, a National Agency Check (NAC), Background Investigation (BI), or an Entrance National Agency Check (ENTNAC) is acceptable. If the applicant s service record contains no evidence of previous security clearance a request for a National Agency Check must be initiated per current regulations and attached. All required documents must be complete, accurate and signed. After the word SECRET, type/agency/date should be indicated.

SUB FORCE QUAL ASSUR INSP - MASL : P124012

SUBMARINE FORCE QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTOR

To provide training for perspective Quality Assurance Inspectors to ensure they have a thorough understanding of the requirements and procedures necessary to implement the submarine type commander policies as they relate to the Quality Assurance Program.

SCOPE: This course provides training for Submarine Force personnel to support coordinating and administering the Submarine Force Quality Assurance Program within their respective work centers. This course fulfills the type commander requirements for formal controlled material petty officer training.

SPECIAL NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P124011, "SUB FORCE QUAL ASSUR OFFR" A-4H-0146.

SUB SONAR PRINCIPLES - MASL : P222002

: JMSDF SUBMARINE SONAR PRINCIPLES AND EMPLOYMENT TRAINING

SUMMER MOUNTAIN LEADERS CR - MASL : P121029

SUMMER MOUNTAIN LEADERS

This course trains Marines, and other U.S military service and foreign allied personnel, in order to become more effective small unit leaders in mountain environments and operations. Students are taught Tactical Rope Suspension Techniques (TRST) and are qualified as Assault Climber (AC). They also learn the necessary skills to enable them to plan organize and lead mountain operations, train their units for mountain operations, and advise commanders and staffs up to the infantry battalion level. This course of instruction is designed to bring the students to a high standard of technical and tactical proficiency in the skills particular to operations at the infantry platoon and company unit levels in a summer mountainous environment.

Course subjects include mountain safety principles, identifying mountain weather conditions, prevention and handling of mountain casualties, basic survival in mountainous terrain, navigation and route planning in mountainous terrain, individual and unit movement techniques, planning summer mountain operations, bivouac routine, field expedient rope installations, rock climbing techniques, and glacier travel. These skills are the base from which graduates will plan, train peers, organize and lead operations, and advise commanders and staffs up to the infantry battalion level.

Prospective students should be Commissioned Officers or Staff Non-Commissioned Officers.

Notes: Current field, garrison, living and hygiene facilities do not facilitate mixed gender training. Students must be in a ground combat element military occupational specialty and be in top physical condition and able to pass a physical screening the first day of the course. The physical screening test is modeled after the male standards for the Marine Corps physical fitness test; students must score a 225 unadjusted for age or altitude. Students must be screened for sickle cell traits and the enzyme deficiency G6PD before coming to this Training Center so they can identify results prior to rigorous physical training at high altitude. Students must not have medical problems that preclude participation in all training activities.

SUPPLY AND SERVICE MANAGEMENT OFFICER - MASL : B152761

Logistic organizations in a theater of operations; field service operations; unit supply procedures; supply support activity procedures; petroleum and water distribution; mortuary affairs; subsistence management; maintenance management; transportation management; military operations other than war; contingency contracting and automated logistics systems.Logistic organizations in a theater of operations; field service operations; unit supply procedures; supply support activity procedures; petroleum and water distribution; mortuary affairs; subsistence management; maintenance management; transportation management; military operations other than war; contingency contracting and automated logistics systems.

SUPPLY CORPS OFF BAS QUAL - MASL : P152223

Supply Officers Basic Qualification Course (BQC)

The Basic Qualification Course (BQC) is designed to prepare newly commissioned Supply Corps officers with a broad range of initial supply skills. The 22-week computer intensive, detail oriented curriculum includes technical training in supply management, disbursing, retail operations, food service, postal operations, personal computing, leadership and management (divisional and personnel management), shipboard hazardous material, and Maintenance and Material Management (3M).

SUPPLY MGMT SFO NAVY - MASL : P171003

International Logistics Executives Advanced Development (ILEAD),

Formerly Senior International Officer Supply Management Course.

Senior International Officers, grade O5 and above, waivers available. Course is taught once per year. This eight-week course is designed to give Senior International Officers a better understanding of current trends in logistics and supply chain management from the military perspective. Starting in FY07, this course will include the Advanced Management Program (AMP) as the first portion of the course. AMP is a three-week long executive leadership course designed for CDR s and GS-13/14 s that deals with transformation, supply chain management, lean six-sigma, and many other management skills used both by industry and DoD. It is a post-MBA level course, taught by professors from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and other top-level business schools. It is a full immersion program in which all classes, meals, lodging and snacks are included in the MASL price for this course (first three weeks only). The students will be embedded with equivalent U.S. personnel during this period, and work on group projects and make a group presentation for a panel of Flag Officers on the last day of AMP. Following the three weeks of AMP, site visits will be conducted to various Navy commands in the in U.S. and Canada to give the students an on-site view of the various logistics initiatives and projects currently be worked on by Department of Defense, U.S. Navy, and Canadian Forces. The students will also participate in various events that will allow for a better understanding of American and Canadian societies and culture. All course travel is included in the MASL cost. Class requires an 80 ECL score.

SPECIAL NOTE: CANADIAN VISA IS REQUIRED BEFORE STUDENT DEPARTS HIS HOME COUNTRY.

SUPPLY OFF BAS INTL-IOSCO - MASL : P152002

International Officer Supply Course (IOSCO)

International Officers only, grade O-1 to O-4, waivers available for civilian and enlisted students. Course designed to familiarize students with the organizational structure of the United States Government, United States Navy, Navy Supply Systems Command, Defense Logistics Agency, and the relationship to the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) process. Students are introduced to U.S. Government and civilian leadership of the military, the DoD and Navy Command structure, and how the Defense Logistics Agency and Navy Supply Systems Command support both U.S. and International warfighters. Included in the course is material identification, catalog systems, FMS requisitioning procedures, Security Cooperation Information Portal (SCIP) and other computer and web based tools for customer support.

Special Notes: CONVENES TWICE ANNUALLY AS PART OF THE IOSCO PIPELINE - P152002, P151200, P152085, P152090, P152003, AND P152087. THIS COURSE CAN BE EXPORTED AS AN MTT WITH SPECIAL REQUEST FOR PRICING AND FEASIBILITY.

SUPPLY OFFICER DEPT HEAD - MASL : P152222

Supply Officer Department Head Course (SODHC)

This four-week course prepares Ensigns through Lieutenant Commanders to assume the duties of the Supply Officer on a ship or submarine. This course includes training in the areas of Supply Management, Food Service, Retail Operations, and Disbursing Management. In addition, training is presented for the following specific technical functions: Small Afloat Purchasing, user certification for the government commercial purchase card program, Small Ship Aviation Logistics, Configuration Management, Hazardous Materials Management including certification as a Hazardous Materials Coordinator Afloat, Total Asset Visibility, and submarine-specific supply functions. Automated Information Systems training is also provided in Streamlined Automated Logistics Transmission Systems (SALTS), Logistics Toolbox, Ported SNAP II/III, Micro-SNAP, R-Supply, FSM, ROM, HICS, HMIS, FEDLOG and Micro-Q. SODHC focuses on current fleet trends and technical developments while it also stresses developing effective and efficient managerial skills to meet the challenging "at sea" environment.

SUPPLY SYSTEMS ANALYSIS - MASL : D152030

Instruction includes Materiel Management Career Field, USAF Materiel Management System, Microcomputers, National Stock Number, Research Tools, File Interrogation, Rejects/Management Notices, Item and Part Number Records, Air Force Portal, Discoverer, Enterprise Solution Supply (ES-S), Issue Process, Stock Control, Stock Control Process, MICAS, MICAP, MICAP Process, Warehouse Management, Warehouse Location System, Principles of Materiel Handling, Inspection, Turn-in of Consumables/Expendables, Receiving Process, Document Control Process, Repair Cycle Process, Warehouse Location Validation, Inventory Process, SATS Processing (HHT), SATS Processing (Workstation), SATS Maintenance Tools/Actions, SATS Reports, Equipment Management, Deployment Programs, Mobility, Degraded Processing, Degraded MICAP, and Degraded Receiving. The course places particular emphasis on preparing and processing both computer inputs, as well as accomplishing mission via paper in a degraded environment.

SUPPLY SYSTEMS MGT - MASL : D152023

This course trains senior noncommissioned officers and civilians to perform duties of a materiel manager. Training includes development of supply policy and enhancements, provide logistics information, train and equip personnel, stockage/retention policy, mission support/weapon system management, purchasing and supply chain management, logistics readiness, and wartime/contingency planning.

SUPPLY/ * - MASL : D152004

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

SUPPORT EQUIP/AGE - MASL : D141250

This course provides fundamental skills and knowledge to perform checks, service inspections, troubleshooting, general maintenance, maintenance, and repair of powered support equipment at an apprentice skill level. Additionally, students learn the proper use of common and special tools and test equipment. Students are required to pass a written test at the end of each block and performance checks at the end of certain blocks prior to advancement to the next block of instruction. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I FUNDAMENTALS Block I begins with a course orientation in which students learn about the academys policies and procedures along with academic objective requirements. The students are taught in a hands-on environment on proper use and care for technical orders, hand tools, torque wrenches, and proper safety wiring techniques. BLOCK I I BASIC ELECTRICITY In block II, students receive instruction on the principles of atomic structure, magnetism, current, voltage, resistance, wattage, Ohm''s Law, electrical symbols and resistive circuits. They will apply this knowledge to test and troubleshoot electric circuits in Blocks IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII. They will also learn to interpret wiring diagrams and schematics, AC and DC generator principles, as well as AC and DC motors. BLOCK III DIESEL ENGINES In Block III, students will receive instruction on 2 and 4 cycle diesel engines. They are taught in detail component function, description, and operational fundamentals of the diesel engine, also receive instruction in fundamentals of fuel, lubrication, cooling, and airflow induction systems. BLOCK IV A/M32A-86D DIESEL GENERATOR SET In Block IV, students will learn the diesel generator set capabilities, service inspection, and testing of the unit. They are taught component location, functions, and electric schematic diagrams with emphasis placed on electrical system troubleshooting. BLOCK V A/M32A-60 GAS TURBINE COMPRESSOR (GTC) GENERATOR Block V is geared towards the use and understanding of the GTC; here students learn the operational fundamentals of the GTC, engine, electrical system and components, and operation of the GTC. Students will learn the fundamentals of the service inspection, pre-operational inspections, and component location. This block contains a detailed explanation of electric schematic diagrams and troubleshooting techniques. BLOCK VI - MC-1A AIR COMPRESSOR Block VI starts with the principles of reciprocating piston compressors. Students will learn description and function of components, pre-operational inspections, and operational checks of MC-1A air compressor. Air flow system is taught, to include system purpose, safety valves, air cooler, and clutch adjustment. Wiring diagrams and troubleshooting procedures are also covered in this block of instruction. BLOCK VII MJ-1-1 HYDRAULIC TEST STAND This block consists of hydraulic principles of commonly used hydraulic system components and specific hydraulic systems of the MJ-1-1. Here students are taught principles that can be applied to all hydraulic test stand systems. Specific instruction is given on the flow diagram, function of components, pre-operation inspection, operation, and electrical diagram of the MJ-1-1 hydraulic test stand. BLOCK VIII BOMB LIFT Students will learn the operational fundamentals and operational checks of the MJ-1B bomb-lift. Specific instruction is given on the Hatz Diesel engine, transmission, hydraulic fluid flow, and electrical diagram.

SUPT T-1A (T/T) 119FH - MASL : D111025

Qualifies officers to perform duties and responsibilities of rated pilot. Advanced training (T-1A) airlift-tanker track graduates qualify to fly Air Force airlift/tanker jet aircraft with minimal transition and normally proceed to graduate flying training. Approximately 104 flying hours, 42 simulator hours, 172 academic hours, and 95 hours of officer development. Graduates also receive training on professional officer skills and knowledge required of a junior Air Force officer.

SUPT T-38C (BF) 119.2FH - MASL : D111024

Qualifies officers to perform duties and responsibilities of rated pilot. Approximately 208 flying hours, 60 simulator hours, 254 academic hours (330 academic hours for T-1A students), and 185 officer development hours. Graduates qualified to fly Air Force jet and helicopter aircraft with minimal transition and normally proceed to advanced flying training. Helicopter assigned pilots will fly the UH-1H in the advanced phase, airlift-tanker assigned pilots will fly the T-1 in the advanced phase, bomber-fighter assigned pilots will fly the T-38 in the advanced phase, and C-130 bound will fly the Navy T-44 in the advanced phase. Graduates will also receive training on professional officer skills and knowledge required of junior Air Force officers.

SURF FORCE INDEP DUTY CPSM - MASL : P175201

**SURFACE FORCE INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPSMAN**

To train in advanced patient care and medical administrative and logistical duties to function independent of a medical officer in the operating forces and various isolated shore activities of the Navy and Marine Corps.

SCOPE: Provides instruction in Anatomy and Physiology; Physical Diagnosis; Clinical Pathology; Pharmacy; Chemical, Biological, and Nuclear Medicine; Surface Radiation Health; Preventive Medicine; Supply and 3-M Systems; Food/Water Sanitation; Substance Abuse; Personnel and Health Records Management; Patient Disposition; Pest Control; Naval and Shipboard Organization; Management of Medical/Surgical Emergency Dental Conditions; Industrial Hygiene; and senior Medical Representative Responsibilities. Refer to NEC Manual (NAVPERS 18068).

SURF SHPBD GAUGE CALIBR - MASL : P123001

SURFACE SHIPBOARD GAUGE CALIBRATION OPERATOR 600/NUC

Purpose: To provide training for certification of shipboard personnel as gauge calibration technicians, required to support a field calibration activity IAW NAVSEAINST 4734.1.

Scope: This course provides training on gauge calibration program for 60

0 LBS system, Gas Turbine Ships and surface nuclear personnel. Pressure calibration concepts and principles. Operational principles and calibration using Data Metrics 1127-2 and King Nutronics 3666-2K, 3666-10K. Temperature calibration concepts and principles.

Operational principles and calibration using King Nutronics 3604 and 3605. Torque calibration concepts and principles. Operational principles and calibration using consolidated devices torque tester Model #100/500 OI, #250/2000 PI and 1000 PF.

SURFACE RESCUE SWIMMER C1 - MASL : P129491

Surface Rescue Swimmer School is designed to provide Navy, USMC (E1-E9), designated Army personnel, and Military Sea Lift Command personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to initially qualify as Search and Rescue Swimmers. Upon completion of this course, the Surface Rescue Swimmer is prepared for assignment with surface units to provide Rescue Swimmer duties.

SCOPE: This course provides personnel with initial training and hands-on experience in First Aid, CPR, Rescue Equipment, Waterborne Lifesaving Techniques, Day/Night Water Entries, Parachute Disentanglement, Search and Rescue Tactics, Inanimate Object Recovery, Night and Multiple Rescue Situations, and Motor Whaleboat/Rescue boat/Focsle operations. Students will also undergo rigorous physical training which consists of calisthenics, timed swims (up to 2000 meters), and running 25-30 minute group paced runs at a 8.5-10 minute per mile pace.

SURV, EVAS, RESIST, ESCAPE - MASL : P129196

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE LEVEL "C" CODE OF CONDUCT TRAINING TO SELECTED HIGH RISK OF CAPTURE PERSONNEL AS DIRECTED BY RESPECTIVE TYCOMs/MCCDC IN ACCORDANCE WITH DOD DIRECTIVE 1300.7 AND THE JSSA EXECUTIVE AGENT INSTRUCTION (EAI). TRAINING IS ACCOMPLISHED BY PROVIDING BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY FOR WORLD-WIDE SURVIVAL, EVASION, RESISTANCE TO EXPLOITATION, AND ESCAPE FROM CAPTIVITY. THIS COURSE IS TAUGHT AT NAS NORTH ISLAND, CA AND NAS BRUNSWICK, ME.

SCOPE: TO TRAIN PILOTS, FLIGHT OFFICERS, INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS, AIRCREW, AND OTHER SELECTED HIGH RISK OF CAPTURE PERSONNEL IN THE BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY FOR WORLD-WIDE SURVIVAL, EXPIDITING SEARCH AND RESCUE EFFORTS; EVADING CAPTURE BY HOSTILE FORCES; RESISTANCE TO INTERIGATION; EXPLOITATION AND INDOCTRINATION; ESCAPE FROM DETETION BY ENEMY FORCES IN ACCORDANCE WITH DOD DIRECTIVE 1300.7. TRAINING IS CONDUCTED AS OUTLINED IN THE APPROVED CURRICULUM DOCUMENT. IT IS BASED ON AND REINFORCES THE VALUES EXPRESSED IN THE CODE OF CONDUCT WHILE MAINTAINING AN APPROPRIATE BALANCE OF SOUND EDUCATIONAL METHODOLOGY AND REALISTIC/STRESSFUL TRAINING SCENARIOS.

Call FASOTRAGRUPAC at (DSN) 735-6336/6337/9006 or FASOTRAGRULANT (DSN) 476-2399 to obtain the required and recommended equipment needed for the course. Ensure that no travel arrangements are made prior to 1800 on Friday following class completion

SURVIVAL & EVASION COURSE - MASL : P121835

SURVIVAL AND EVASION COURSE

This course of instruction teaches Marines and other military personnel necessary survival techniques in order to prevail in a mountainous environment. A classroom / academic setting and actual mountainous terrain are used to teach and practice expedient fires, expedient shelters, signaling devices, food and water procurement, primitive tool and weapons construction, navigation, evasion, partisan / special forces link up procedures, and conventional / unconventional recovery methods. Great emphasis is placed on mental attitude and small-unit leadership skills as the key to survival. Students are placed in a high-stress situation and apply survival skills in groups and individually. Comprehension of the psychological impact of the group and strengths and weaknesses associated with each are key class goals.

This course is open to any and all military students of any rank and service who may be placed in a survival situation. Priority will be given to Combat Arms, Air Crew, and then Support Personnel.

Notes: Students must be highly motivated to attend, and apprised of mental and physical demands of this course. All students must score a second class physical fitness test (PFT) score using the Marine Corps PFT model. Students must not have any chronic medical condition which may be aggravated by strenuous activity.

SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT APPR - MASL : D148010

This course provides training to enable airmen to perform duties prescribed in AFMAN 36-2108 for Survival Equipment Apprentice, AFSC 2A7X4. Training includes: AFOSH including safety practices, hazardous communication training, and shop and flightline safety; OPSEC vulnerabilities; technical order system; supply responsibilities; maintenance management; inspection systems and maintenance data collection; hand tools, shop and test equipment, hardware, knots; textile materials, operation and maintenance of 206RB and 767 sewing machines and sewing applications; repair and modification of anti-gravity suits; fabricated items (protective covers, upholstery, soundproofing panels); use and storage of cements and solvents; protective clothing, life preservers, escape slides, and life rafts; back automatic parachute (characteristics and packing); ACES II Recovery Parachute; and ACES II Drogue Systems.

SURVIVAL/ * - MASL : D302010

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

SWO ADV DIESEL ENGINEERING - MASL : P145488

Provides advanced engineering billet specialty training to junior officers enroute to engineering billets in diesel propulsion ships. The officer will learn how to effectively administer a division in a diesel propulsion ship s Engineering Department. Through classroom instruction and "hands-on" training, these students will be prepared to direct Engineering Department personnel to perform main propulsion and auxiliary functions during all conditions of readiness. In addition to classroom instruction students will train using the LSD 41 Propulsion Plant Console Trainer (device 19H5) and the Ship s Service Electrical Switchboard Trainer (device 19A10).

SWO ADV GAS TURBINE ENGRG - MASL : P145486

Provides advanced engineering billet specialty training to junior officers on the way to engineering billets in gas turbine propulsion ships. Students will gain the requisite knowledge to effectively administer a division in the Engineering Department of a gas turbine propulsion ship. Through classroom instruction and "hands-on" training these students will be prepared to direct Engineering Department personnel to perform main propulsion, auxiliary and damage control functions during all conditions of readiness. Students will receive in-depth classroom instruction in department organization, management and training techniques. In addition to classroom instruction students will be trained using the DD 963 Propulsion Plant Console Trainer (device 20H5), the Ship s Service Electrical Switchboard Trainer (device 19A10), and the Gas Turbine Propulsion Plant Trainer (device 19G4).

Note: This course is intended for Engineering Students on CG / DD platforms.

SWO DH OPS SPEC INTL - MASL : P179135

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

This training emphasizes department, systems and unit interdependence and interaction, and provides theoretical and technical instruction required to prepare those officers for combined operations at sea with surface units of the United States and other Navies. This course also provides opportunities, through the Informational Program, to enhance the International Surface Warfare Officer s understanding of basic social, moral, and political systems as practiced in the United States.

NOTE:

THE SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER DEPARTMENT HEAD OPERATIONS SPECIALTY COURSE (MASL NO. P179135) REQUIRES A CONFIDENTIAL SECURITY CLEARANCE. IT CONVENES ANNUALLY AND IS INTENDED FOR SURFACE WARFARE OFFICERS WITH AT LEAST ONE TOUR AT SEA, IN THE EQUIVALENT PAY GRADES OF O-2 TO O-4. IF DEPENDENTS ACCOMPANY THE TRAINEE THE INCREASED LIVING ALLOWANCE FOR DEPENDENTS IS NOT AUTHORIZED. BECAUSE NEWPORT IS A SUMMER RESORT TOWN, THE COST OF LIVING IN THE SUMMER IS EXTREMELY HIGH, WITH THE COST OF RENTING OFTEN EXCEEDING $2,000 PER MONTH. STUDENTS SHOULD CAREFULLY CONSIDER THESE COSTS BEFORE DECIDING TO BRING DEPENDENTS.

SWORD ENGLISH LANGUAGE - MASL : B177009

This MASL would be programmed when English Language Course is required.This MASL would be programmed when English Language Course is required.

SWOS - INTL - MASL : P179136

INTERNATIONAL SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER

The International Surface Warfare Officer course prepares junior commissioned officers to execute with confidence, assigned junior officer watch station duties aboard surface warfare craft and ships by providing fleet oriented training. This training highlights shipboard organization, basic systems interdependence and interaction, including a foundation in surface combat systems, operational concepts, watch standing, basic seamanship skills, and engineering. Upon completion of this course, the graduate will possess entry level skills to perform duties as junior officer of the deck, combat information watch officer, officer of the deck (inport), assistant navigator, safety officer during deck evolutions, and officer of the deck (underway). This course emphasizes fleet missions as they apply to individual international countries. It discusses naval operations and supporting areas, i.e. air warfare, undersea warfare, amphibious ships, surface warfare, mine countermeasures, damage control, intelligence, chain of command.

SYS ACQ MAP FOR GEN OFF - MASL : B151000

The MLC acts a force multiplier by familiarizing students with logistics strategy, doctrine, theory, programs and processes in a multinational environment. It provides the opportunity for them to develop the attributes, perspectives and insights necessary to perform effectively and efficiently as logistics managers in an alliance or coalition at the operational level of war.

NOTE: The MLC deals with activities between countries, not services, as is done in the Joint Course on Logistics (ALMC-JC). As such, there is minimal overlap between the two courses.The MLC acts a force multiplier by familiarizing students with logistics strategy, doctrine, theory, programs and processes in a multinational environment. It provides the opportunity for them to develop the attributes, perspectives and insights necessary to perform effectively and efficiently as logistics managers in an alliance or coalition at the operational level of war.

NOTE: The MLC deals with activities between countries, not services, as is done in the Joint Course on Logistics (ALMC-JC). As such, there is minimal overlap between the two courses.

SYS SUST MGT FUNDAMENTAL - MASL : B154025

Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals provides a broad overview of the role of the life cycle logistician during the sustainment phase of a weapons system s life cycle. Modules cover logistics/ supply-chain management concepts, maintenance processes, end-to-end distribution, best commercial practices as applied to weapons systems sustainment, performance metrics, partnering/alliance opportunities and experiences, performance-based support, enterprise business environment and opportunities, and reduction in life cycle/total ownership costs.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

orecognize the role of the life cycle logistician during the sustainment phase of a weapons system s life cycle;

oidentify the concepts, policies, and practices of logistics/supply-chain management as they apply to new and legacy systems during the sustainment phase of their life cycle; and

oidentify the best practices in developing and implementing performance-based support.

Systems Sustainment Management Fundamentals provides a broad overview of the role of the life cycle logistician during the sustainment phase of a weapons system s life cycle. Modules cover logistics/ supply-chain management concepts, maintenance processes, end-to-end distribution, best commercial practices as applied to weapons systems sustainment, performance metrics, partnering/alliance opportunities and experiences, performance-based support, enterprise business environment and opportunities, and reduction in life cycle/total ownership costs.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:

orecognize the role of the life cycle logistician during the sustainment phase of a weapons system s life cycle;

oidentify the concepts, policies, and practices of logistics/supply-chain management as they apply to new and legacy systems during the sustainment phase of their life cycle; and

oidentify the best practices in developing and implementing performance-based support.

SYSTEMS AUTOMATION - MASL : B155428

Encompasses information acquired in the ISOL course (7E-F70) and a broad range of automation topics to include networking fundamentals, resource planning and management, systems analysis, programming and database fundamentals, and network/system security fundamentals. This is the primary course for all FA 53s.

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (GRAD) - MASL : D178218

The application of scientific and engineering knowledge to the analysis and design of complex systems and their associated components, a system being a collection of objects that operate together to perform some function. The goal of the systems engineer is to understand the entire system, its internal structure and its interactions with its environment. This understanding forms the basis for both analysis and synthesis of systems.Typically, the systems engineer is required to develop system objectives and means of measuring satisfaction of those objectives, create feasible alternatives, and apply rational decision-making procedures to select the best solution. In addition, the large scale problems involved generally require team efforts for solution. The systems engineer must be able to understand and integrate contributions from other specialists, as well as make his or her own contributions. Thus, the systems engineer must be a generalist, with a broad interdisciplinary background, but with depth of knowledge in a particular specialty. The systems engineering curriculum at AFIT is structured to develop such a person. On successful completion of the program, the student receives the master of science or master of science in systems engineering degree.

T.O. ACCOUNT CUSTODIAN - MASL : D165000

The Technical Order Account Custodian course is optional training for Air Force personnel in the skills and knowledge associated with the maintenance of Air Force technical orders and technical order accounts. Training includes types of technical orders (TO), types of TO files, TO improvements reporting, and maintaining TOs. It is available for anyone assigned to Technical Order Distribution Officer (TODO), Technical Order Distribution Account (TODA), Library Custodian, or any Technical Order responsibilities. NOTE: THIS COURSE WILL BE DISCONTINUED AS OF 1 OCT 2006.

T-37 JOINT SUPT (89FH) - MASL : D111023

Qualifies officers to perform duties and responsibilities of rated pilot. Approximately 208 flying hours, 60 simulator hours, 254 academic hours (330 academic hours for T-1A students), and 185 officer development hours. Graduates qualified to fly Air Force jet and helicopter aircraft with minimal transition and normally proceed to advanced flying training. Helicopter assigned pilots will fly the UH-1H in the advanced phase, airlift-tanker assigned pilots will fly the T-1 in the advanced phase, bomber-fighter assigned pilots will fly the T-38 in the advanced phase, and C-130 bound will fly the Navy T-44 in the advanced phase. Graduates will also receive training on professional officer skills and knowledge required of junior Air Force officers.

T56-A-14 1ST DEG I/M - MASL : P141867

T56-A-14 FIRST DEGREE INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge/skills of the T56 powerplant and its associated components, including the fuel and oil systems path of flow, bleed air, ignition, temperature datum systems, engine driven compressor, operation and troubleshooting techniques to perform, under supervision, intermediate level maintenance. This course covers: 1. Introduction to the T56-A-14 Engine and its related components 2. T56-A-14 Engine Description and Operation 3. T56-A-14 Engine Systems Description and Operation 4. T56-A-14 Engine Operation and Maintenance Procedures 5. Engine Driven Compressor Description and Operation 6. Engine Driven Compressor Operation and Maintenance Procedures 4. T56-A-14 Engine Operation and Maintenance Procedures.

T-6 JOINT SUPT - MASL : D111140

Primary training qualifies students for advanced training in the T-38, T-1A, T-44, or UH-1H. Approximately 90 flying hours, 60 simulator hours, 225 academic hours, and 15 officer development hours. Fighter/bomber assigned pilots will fly the T-38 in the advanced phase and airlift-tanker assigned pilots will fly the T-1A in the advanced phase. Helicopter students will fly the UH-1H and C-130 bound students will fly the Navy T-44 in the advanced phase. Graduates will also receive training on professional officer skills and knowledge required of junior Air Force officers.

T-6 NATOPS QUAL - MASL : P112308

T-6 NATOPS QUAL. IT NAVY LIAISON OFFICER See P112308 folder.

T700-GE401 ENG INT MT lST - MASL : P141833

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

TAC ACFT MAINT APPR (F-15) - MASL : D141340

This course provides training for Air Force personnel, AFSC 2A333A, in the skills and knowledge needed to perform duties on the F-15 aircraft. Scope of training includes: TO usage, forms documentation, inspection, servicing, launch, recovery and maintenance of the F-15 aircraft.

TAC ACFT MAINT, F-16 (MRT) - MASL : D141326

The instructional design for this course is group paced. When necessary, deviation from the preferred sequence of instruction to allow cross utilization of aircraft and major pieces of equipment with operational squadrons is authorized. The course provides first term airmen with the minimum knowledge required for initial assignment to a maintenance organization. Training includes aircraft familiarization with ground safety, basic aircraft system operation, servicing, inspection, launch and recovery. Operational Risk Management (ORM), safety, technical data usage, Core Automated Maintenance Systems (CAMS) and 781 series form documentation are integrated throughout the course for all hands-on performance tasks.

TAC ARCRFT MAINT APR (F15) - MASL : D141341

The AFSC 2A333A will be awarded after completion of this course and course J3ABP2A333A025A, Fighter Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice (F-15), at Tyndall AFB FL. Training includes 19 days of aircraft maintenance fundamentals and 55 days of weapon system familiarization and hands-on training with aircraft systems such as egress, airframe, electrical, utility, hydraulics, landing gear, flight controls, fuel, and engine. Training also includes such items as career progression, security, maintenance management, maintenance documentation to include CAMS and AFTO forms, ordering parts, aircraft and flight line safety (AFOSH), hand tools and hardware, technical orders, aircraft support equipment, aircraft ground handling, corrosion identification, and inspections.

TACAN/DOD AIMS DIAG PRINCP - MASL : D131152

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 11 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986, Comm (228) 377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is limited.

TACOM MTRL (M1A1) FLDG TM - MASL : B178150

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for TACOM MTRL (M1A1) FLDG TM is programmed.

TACT AIR CNTR PRTY-N036741 - MASL : P124514

Totrain students in the joint tactics, techniques and procedures used for controlling and integrating the broad spectrum of fire support and air power available to the Marine Air-ground Task Force (MAGTF) or Joint Task Force (JTF) Commander. Marine aviation officers (naval aviators and naval flight officers), assigned to a Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) will receive a 7502 MOS and be prepared to accomplish their mission as Forward Air Controller (FAC) or staff Air Officer (AO).

SCOPE: This course encompasses the concepts, doctrine and principles used in the employment of air power in support of MAGTF or JTF operations. The curriculum prepares students to accomplish eight broadly based mission-essential duties and includes instruction in both planning and employing air power as an integrated fire support asset or force multiplier in support of the ground combat scheme of maneuver.

PREREQUISITES: Naval aviators and Naval Flight officers who are assigned or will be assigned to a MAGTF TACP or Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (ANGLICO) are eligible. Prerequisite waivers are available at the request of supported Unit Commanders and will be considered on a case-by-case basis.Any request for waivers must be submitted to the appropriate TACAIR department No Later Than (NLT) two weeks prior to convening course date.Contact EWTGPAC TACAIR department number DSN: 577-2881, COMM (619) 437-2881. Contact EWTGLANT TACAIR depart number DSN: 253-5961, Comm: (757) 462-5961.

SPECIAL NOTE: Course is taught on an unclassified basis, however, all IMS must have a Secret security clearance annotated on their invitational travel orders (ITO) in order to be admitted to the classroom area. IMS without such a clearance annotated on their ITO will not be admitted to the classroom spaces and cannot attend training.

TACT NETWORK SPEC OPS CRS - MASL : P155403

TACTICAL NETWORK SPECIALIST OPERATORS COURSE

Tactical Data Network Operators are responsible for installation, configuration, operation, and maintenance of networking systems. This includes installing and configuring switches, routers and various transmission media. Tactical Data Network operators also, install, optimize and trouble-shoot Wide Area Networks (WAN) and operate the current Tactical Network system. They will receive core data concepts training before receiving more detailed training in tactical

networking principles and systems.

TACTICAL AIR CONTROL PRTY - MASL : P124520

Format. Taught in residence at EWTGPAC. Includes three-day live fire exercise at Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms. Course is presented at EWTGPAC and EWTGLANT. N306741

Purpose. To train students in the joint tactics, techniques, and procedures used for controlling and integrating the broad spectrum of fire support and air power available to the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Commander (MAGTF) or Joint Task Force (JTF) Commander. Marine aviation officers (naval aviators and naval flight officers) assigned to a Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) will receive a 7502 MOS and be prepared to accomplish their mission as a Forward Air Controller (FAC) or staff Air Officer (AO).

Scope. The course encompasses the concepts, doctrine, and principles used in the employment of air power in support of MAGTF or JTF operations. The curriculum prepares students to accomplish eight broadly based mission-essential duties and includes instruction in both planning and employing air power as an integrated fire support asset or force multiplier in support of the ground combat scheme of maneuver.

Prerequisites. This course is designed for Marine aviation officers currently assigned to, or pending assignment to, duties as air officers or forward air controllers with Tactical Air Control Parties, or with Navy Tactical Air Control Squadrons. Marine aviation officers will be given priority for training. If extra class seats are available, they will be offered on a case-by-case basis. (Verification of SECRET clearance must appear on student orders.)

Special Notes

1. Students attending the course are identified by HQMC (MMOA-2) and enrolled by MMOA-2 through the By Name Assignment (BNA) system.

2. EWTGPAC will submit a roster of graduates eligible for a second MOS to HQMC for entry into the Manpower Management System (MMS). The Reserve Support Officer will submit a roster of eligible Reserve graduates to the CG, Marine Reserve Force for entry into the Reserve Manpower Management Pay System (REMMPS).

3. Uniform for the course is utilities or service equivalent.

4. The American Council on Education has evaluated and recommended this course for two hours of lower division college credits.

TACTICAL AIR INTELLIGENCE - MASL : D172023

This course targets officers O1-O3 and enlisted requiring basic intelligence operations experience. The course prepares personnel with little or no intelligence experience to accept the responsibilities of an intelligence officer or NCO at the unit level. Students receive fundamental information on the different fields within the intelligence community. Instruction includes brief and de-brief, development and use of maps and charts for order-of-battle information as well as target mission folder preparation. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I MAPS AND CHARTS The overall objective of this block is to give the students the capability to use and understand the principles of maps and charts. Students receive instruction on the fundamentals of maps and charts to include distance measurement, course and direction, and are taught to use two specific coordinate systems: geographic and the military grid system. Finally the students build situation maps and order-of-battle displays. BLOCK II INTRODUCTION TO INTELLIGENCE The overall objective of this block is to introduce students to the different fields of specialization within the intelligence community and principles of information security. Students study intelligence officer (analyst) duties and responsibilities, various intelligence specialties, the mission and responsibilities of intelligence in the Air Force environment, intelligence production, and information security. Discussion focuses on air force intelligence career fields and the interrelation of these fields to the intelligence application specialist, the primary focus of the course. Students study the phases of the intelligence cycle from planning to dissemination. Additionally, students learn and apply the principles of security throughout the course in daily operations. BLOCK III - INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO AIR OPERATIONS The overall objective of this block is to provide students with the necessary skills and confidence to effectively deliver timely professional intelligence products to their customers. During this block of instruction, students learn about the various intelligence briefings and how to conduct and construct them using computer media. Discussion and implementation includes debriefing techniques and reporting with emphasis placed on briefing techniques and basic analysis of message traffic. Students also receive basic visual recognition training for air, ground, and naval systems. BLOCK IV - TARGETING The overall objective of this block is to give the student the capability to perform target analysis and prepare target folders and mission briefing/debriefing. The course places emphasis on route and threat analysis. Students also receive basic instruction on plotting information on electronic map software. BLOCK V MISSION PLANNING AND FORCE EMPLOYMENT The course culminates with five days (45 hours) of exercises, which include all areas previously learned in the course. The exercises encompass order-of-battle construction for air, ground, naval, and electronic systems, pre-mission preparation and planning, post-mission debriefing, and a commanders crisis situation briefing. This block also includes law of armed conflict and human rights instruction.

TACTICAL DATA LINK & C4I - MASL : P139298

Long Title: Tactical Data Link (TDL) and Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) course of study (JMSDF only). Training is approximately one year in duration.

TACTICAL INTEL OFF(NON-US) - MASL : B172598

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, the military decision making process, Military Operations Other Than War, Threat and Intelligence Battlefield Operating System, Remote Workstation Warlord Notebook, combat communications, reconnaissance operations and planning, and U.S. Army doctrine, operations and tactics.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, the military decision making process, Military Operations Other Than War, Threat and Intelligence Battlefield Operating System, Remote Workstation Warlord Notebook, combat communications, reconnaissance operations and planning, and U.S. Army doctrine, operations and tactics.

TACTICAL LOGISTICS OFFICER - MASL : P179251

This course will provide company grade, career-level professional military education to logisticians. The goal of the course is to enhance the professional abilities of logisticians who mush plan and execute complex combat service support operations in support of the tactical operations of ground and aviation units. The course focuses on the fundamental and doctrinal aspects of tactical-level logistics in support of combat service support operations, as well as current and future issues that will help to prepare logisticians to assume active roles in the Expeditionary force-level and below.

The objective is to bridge the gap between entry level initial skills training and advanced intermediate-level logistics education. The course is divided into three phases: Phase I examines the Theory and Nature of logistics; the role of logistics in supporting combat service support operations; and reviews Marine Air-Ground Task Force organization, employment capabilities and limitations. Phase II centers on the tactics, techniques, and procedures for creating effective and efficient CSS for the MAGTF across the spectrum of employment scenarios. Phase III is to consider future operational concepts and the role logisticians play in enabling the execution of emerging war fighting concepts and technologies. This is a PME School course.

PREREQ INFO: Captains or Majors. Supply or Logistics background.

TAFT-TECH ASSIST FLD TEAM - MASL : B329004

This MASL would be programmed when a Technical Assistance Field Team is required.This MASL would be programmed when a Technical Assistance Field Team is required.

TANK TURRET REPAIR - MASL : B144315

Replace, clean, service, and check wear limits of components; inspect, repair, test, balance, adjust and diagnose/troubleshoot systems and components; and obtain wear reading of main gun tube. Common maintenance subjects: publications, maintenance forms, safety, common tools, special tools and equipment, rigging and hoisting procedures. Soldering, analyzing and interpreting electrical and hydraulic diagrams, and soldiers manual (SM) orientation.Replace, clean, service, and check wear limits of components; inspect, repair, test, balance, adjust and diagnose/troubleshoot systems and components; and obtain wear reading of main gun tube. Common maintenance subjects: publications, maintenance forms, safety, common tools, special tools and equipment, rigging and hoisting procedures. Soldering, analyzing and interpreting electrical and hydraulic diagrams, and soldiers manual (SM) orientation.

TANK/AUTO MAT MGT OFF BAS - MASL : B121215

Instruction in leadership; communications skills; tactics and unit defense; unit and support supply management; unit and support maintenance; materiel management; munitions management.Instruction in leadership; communications skills; tactics and unit defense; unit and support supply management; unit and support maintenance; materiel management; munitions management.

TARTAR MRMS WDS MK14 MOD5 - MASL : P195173

"TARTAR MEDIUM RANGE MISSILE SYSTEM (MRMS)/WEAPONS DIRECTION SYSTEM (WDS) MK14 MOD 5 TECHNICIAN"

This is a Operator and Maintenance course taught at PHD NSWC. The course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the maintenance, operation, fault isolation and repair of the WDS MK 14, ERESS and Systems Interface with the DDG-993 class MRMS, observing all safety precautions. Students learn how to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as well as fault isolation and repair to the Lowest Replaceable Unit (LRU) using the required technical manuals and procedures. Classroom instruction focuses on theory of operation, where the laboratory instruction puts that theory into practice with maximum hands-on training.

Major Topics and Equipment covered include:

WDS/RESS

AN/UYK-44 Digital Processing Set

MK 77 Input/Output Console

RD-358A Magnetic Tape Unit

MK 72 Signal Data converter

WDS Operational Overview

OJ-194 Display Console

WDS Initialization & Battle Doctrine

WEC/MEC Responsibilities, Capabilities, Sequences of Operation

Stand Alone Operation

FCSC Operation

AN/USC-40 Digital Data Distribution Set

AN/USCQ-93 Radar Environmental Simulator System (RESS)

MRMS

DDG-993 Class TARTAR Weapon System

New Threat Upgrade Combat System Overview

2D Search Radars

AN/SPS-48E Search Radar

IADT System AN/SYS-2

CDS Track Entry, Threat Evaluation & Weapon Selection

MRMS Documentation

Radar Video Distribution

MFCS Mk 74 Mod 14

Gun Fire Control System Mk 86 Mod 12

GMLS Mk 26 Mods 3 / 4

Standard Missile

Functional Description & Interfaces

Operability Assessment

Adaptation Data

System Testing Overview

System Maintenance Tests

System Fault Isolation

Support Programs

NTU MRMS Simulation & Training Capabilities

PREREQUISITES: Basic Electricity and Electronics, Analog and Digital Theory Required; Radar Principles Recommended.

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1 / 6

TARTAR NTU ADV OFFICER - MASL : P195171

TARTAR NTU SHIP WEAPONS COORDINATOR (SWC)

The course will be focused to the direct operational tasks of the Ship Weapons Coordinator (SWC). Emphasis will be placed on Detect to Engage operations for all warfare areas with specific training in communications systems and protocols. A realistic operational training environment can be presented to the student using Wrap Around Simulation Programs (WASP). Classroom instruction will center around the characteristics and capabilities of the DDG-993 Class Weapons Suite. The laboratories are used in SWC Training instruction to reinforce operational protocols to include communications and to support the real world application of the TARTAR NTU Weapons System. Topics identified for inclusion in the SWC Officer Overview course are: Introduction to DDG-993 Class Combat System Duties and Responsibilities of Combat Information Center (CIC) watch stations Communications - Internal/External Characteristics and capabilities of the Search Radar Subsystem Characteristics and capabilities of the Electronic Warfare Subsystem Characteristics and capabilities of the Combat Direction System Characteristics and capabilities of Link Systems Characteristics and capabilities of the Harpoon Weapon System Characteristics and capabilities of the Undersea Warfare System Characteristics and capabilities of the Close in Weapon System Characteristics and capabilities of the Mk 86 Gun Fire Control System Detect to Engage Sequence for all warfare areas PREREQUISITES: TARTAR NTU Advanced Officer (A-2F-4627 Modified) MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1 / 6

TATS ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC - MASL : B162518

Basic typing; format and prepare correspondence, establish and maintain files, basic computer applications.

TATS AIR DEF ART ANCOC - MASL : B171803

The ADA core (phase 2) addresses topics in SHORAD/HIMAD operations/tactics, RSOP, employment, defense design, command and control, destruction of weapon systems, service support, and maintenance management.The ADA core (phase 2) addresses topics in SHORAD/HIMAD operations/tactics, RSOP, employment, defense design, command and control, destruction of weapon systems, service support, and maintenance management.

TATS ARMOR OFFICER ADV - MASL : B171620

Tank gunnery, tactical training, logistical and maintenance procedures, training methods and techniques, leadership skills and staff support functions at the battalion and brigade level, using the train the trainer concept.

TATS BRIDGE CREWMAN - MASL : B174101

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

TATS BRIDGE CREWMEM BNCOC - MASL : B174125

Training in demolitions, reconnaissance, fixed bridging, float bridiging, offensive and defensive operations.

TATS CANNON CREWMEMBER - MASL : B122190

Course Scope:

Basic duties of a soldier in a field artillery howitzer section include identifying the different types of howitzer and the techniques of handling ammunition, setting fuzes, preparing charges, loading and firing the owitzers, performing maintenance, and performing other duties of the cannoneer.

TATS COMBAT ENGINEER - MASL : B174850

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

TATS COMBAT ENGINEER ANCOC - MASL : B174852

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

TATS COMBAT ENGINEER BNCOC - MASL : B174851

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

TATS DRILL SERGEANT - MASL : B179949

The course is designed to provide candidates information and training techniques for subjects that drill sergeants are required to teach in IET to include human relations, leadership, counseling, physical fitness training, weapons training, drill and ceremonies, methods of instruction, hand grenades, combatives, general subjects, gender integrated training management, and tactical training applicable to the IET environment. The major emphasis of the instruction will be on how to train initial entry training soldiers to become highly motivated, skilled, and physically fit.

TATS FA CANON SEC CH BNCOC - MASL : B122195

The Basic NCO Course (BNCOC) is conducted in an NCO academy environment. The course includes training on safety, weapons, the Precision Lightweight Receiver (PLGR) and the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below, FBCB2.

TATS FA MET CREWMEMBER - MASL : B121148

The course is designed to train personnel in the basic concepts of meteorology, basic communications systems, surface observations, balloon inflation, and operation of the Meteorological Measuring Set, AN/TMQ-41.

TATS FA PLATOON SGT ANCOC - MASL : B122200

The Platoon Sergeant Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course (ANCOC) is designed to teach the 13B40 to perform skill level (SL) 4 tasks. Skills focused upon are the duties of the platoon sergeant, chief of firing battery, gunnery sergeant, battalion master gunner, andd the battalion ammunition NCO. The course provides insruction in leadership training management, professional, skills, resource management, and military skills. Subjects include common leader skills: operations, intelligence, and warfighting skills, the course also teaches the student to process tactical fire control data.

TATS FA TARG TECH WO BASIC - MASL : B121140

Basic electronics; the duties and responsibilities of a Radar Section Leader; operation and maintenance of the target acquisition radar sets and associated equipment; survey techniques; targeting; target acquisition systems employment; principles and application of fire support to include target processing.

TATS FLD ARTILLERY SURVEY - MASL : B121150

Skills that a level one personnel need to perform as a member of a field artillery survey party are: tactical communications, map reading, determine the distance between stations by mechanical and electronic means, determine direction by astronmic observation and gyroscopic means, operate angular measuring instruments and automated survey systems, record field data, prepare schematic sketches of field surveys, and finally compute direction, distance, grid coordinates, height and astronomic azimuth from field data.Skills that a level one personnel need to perform as a member of a field artillery survey party are: tactical communications, map reading, determine the distance between stations by mechanical and electronic means, determine direction by astronmic observation and gyroscopic means, operate angular measuring instruments and automated survey systems, record field data, prepare schematic sketches of field surveys, and finally compute direction, distance, grid coordinates, height and astronomic azimuth from field data.

TATS MILITARY POLICE ANCOC - MASL : B179016

The training will stress technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat service support. General military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Platoon Sergeant, Operation Sergeant, Confinement Supervisor or Chiefs of Investigative Support in support of the AirLand Battle. Instruction includes USASMA common leader training, combined arms tactics and Military Police missions, to include the four essential competencies of military police training - skill proficiency, human dimension and attitude, camaraderie and teamship, and leadershipThe training will stress technical, tactical and leadership battle competencies including combat, combat support and combat service support. General military knowledge and MOS skills required to function as a Platoon Sergeant, Operation Sergeant, Confinement Supervisor or Chiefs of Investigative Support in support of the AirLand Battle. Instruction includes USASMA common leader training, combined arms tactics and Military Police missions, to include the four essential competencies of military police training - skill proficiency, human dimension and attitude, camaraderie and teamship, and leadership

TATS MILITARY POLICE BNCOC - MASL : B179015

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

TATS MLRS CREWMEMBER - MASL : B194086

The soldier will receive training on either the M270 or M270A1 Launcher depending on first unit of assignment. In addition all soldiers will be trained on the proper operation of the M985 Heavy Equipment Mobile Tactical Truck (HEMTT) and the M989A1 Heavy Equipment Mobile Ammunition Trailer (HEMAT). Soldiers will also be instructed on proper maintenance procedures, proper hand and arm signals, communications, duties at the firing point, reload operations, and land navigation skills.

TATS PAT FIRE CRTL ENH O/M - MASL : B195187

Provides general block instruction on the operation and maintenance for the PATRIOT Missile System. Subjects include operation, operational checks and adjustments, and repair procedures.

TATS PAT LAU STA ENH O/M - MASL : B195188

Provide general block instruction on the following subjects: launching station (LS) operation and maintenance, driving skills for the heavy expanded mobility tactical truck (HEMTT), LS march order and emplacement, operator checks and preventive maintenance (PMCS) on the Patriot Launching Station and firing section operations..

TATS PAT SYS TECH WO BASIC - MASL : B195194

Provide knowledge on the PATRIOT missile systems operations, support concepts, and organization of technical publications. Training in the principles and theory of tactics,fault diagnostics and problem isolation; functional theory of operations of the Engagement Control Station, Antenna Mast Group, Information Coordination Central, Communications Relay Group, Electric Power Plant, radar set and launcher station maintenance.

TATS RADIO OPERATOR-MAINT - MASL : B132460

Installs, operates, and performs Unit Level Maintenance on AM, FM, TACSAT (man-portable) radios, HF Radio Data systems, SINCGARS, DTD AN/CYZ-10, PLGR AN/PSN-11, Network fundamentals, computer operating systems, message preparation and processing. Installs, operates, programs and maintains accountability for cryptographic devices and material; installs AM/FM antennas and antenna systems; operates and maintains FBCB2; installs, operates, troubleshoots and performs PMCS on power generating equipment and tactical vehicle equipment; learns equipment characteristics, theory of operational, operation procedures, preventive and unit level maintenance on the Net Control Station AN/TSQ-158(A) (EPLRS Network Manager); operation of the Gateway Radio Set AN/VSQ-2D(V)4 and the Enhanced Grid Reference Unit (EGRU) AN/GRC-229. Participates and successfully completes an FTX consisting of integrated technical skills and Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills.

TATS SIGNAL SPT SYS SPEC - MASL : B132465

Instruction in the use of Technical Manuals (TMs) and The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS); Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) techniques and procedures; system installation, integration, Unit Level Maintenance (ULM) and troubleshooting of Army Tactical Command and Control Systems (ATCCS), Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2), Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS), Combat Net Radios (CNR), tactical antenna systems, Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE) Mobile Subscriber Radio Terminal (MSRT) AN/VRC-97, Commercial Off The Shelf Computers (COTS), and Local Area Networks (LAN); computer systems administration and network management; integration, troubleshooting and maintenance of Standardized Integrated Command Post System (SICPS); and operation of secure retransmission stations (RETRANS) in a simulated tactical environment. To providing soldiers with reinforcement of the skills and knowledge of Warrior Ethos combat skills, preparing the soldier for deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) during a Field Training Exercise (FTX).

TAT-TECH ASSIST TEAM - MASL : B329003

This MASL is used when TAT-TECH ASSIST TEAM is programmed.

TECH PREP TRNG PH II ELEC - MASL : P179612

FST Phase II Electricity and Electronics curriculum provides the student who will be entering the electricity or electronics career field with the academic skills and practical knowledge of fundamental electricity and electronics. This curriculum includes safety, magnetism, inductance, capacitance, resonance, transformers, generators, motors, power supplies, simple circuits, radio frequency communication, navigation, radar, and test and measuring equipment. The intent of FST Phase II is to provide specialized training prior to entry in a U.S. Navy Class A1 (Initial Skill Training �Enlisted) School.

TECH PREP TRNG PH II MECH - MASL : P179613

FST Phase II Mechanics provides the student who will be entering the mechanical career field with the academic skills and practical knowledge of fundamental mechanics. This curriculum is comprised of instruction in mechanical, fluid, and electrical power systems, aircraft power plants, rodynamics, support equipment, mechanical equipment and tools, and safety. The intent of FST Phase II is to provide specialized training prior to entry in a U.S. Navy Class A1 (Initial Skill Training �Enlisted) School.

TECH TRAINING INSTRUCTOR - MASL : D166041

This course prepares experienced officers, NCOs, and civilians to perform instructor duties in their respective specialty. Top Air Force technical training concepts and techniques taught in this course ensure instructors deliver quality instruction. The course is designed to give the student a fundamental base of knowledge, not only on how to conduct classroom instruction, but on how to develop a curriculum as well. The course uses extensive practical exercises to build the students presentation skills. The end result is a fully certified instructor ready to meet the most demanding instructional assignments. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - FUNDAMENTALS OF TEACHING Instructional techniques and communicative skills lay the foundation for technical instruction. The developmental approach to academic instruction covers instructor roles, responsibilities, and motivational theories. The purpose and use of effective instructional aids is covered in detail. Effective questioning techniques are reviewed and practiced. The students will prepare one informal lecture presentation to practice those technical concepts covered in this block of instruction. BLOCK II - CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT Techniques learned in the fundamentals of teaching block are applied to the instructional system development process. This process teaches the instructor how to develop and maintain a quality course. Development of criterion instructional objectives set the stage for standardized instruction. Development of effective measurement devices is covered and practiced. The student will prepare one informal lecture presentation. This lecture allows the student to further enhance their teaching techniques prior to practice teaching (Block III). BLOCK III - PRACTICE TEACHING This block is designed for maximum student participation. The student will apply all instructional techniques covered in the two previous blocks to practice and deliver effective presentations. The students will prepare and present four different presentations; one informal lecture, one demonstration/performance, one guided discussion, and one final lecture using an instructional method chosen by the student and approved by the instructor. Test administration, control, and security procedures are also covered in detail. Student administration procedures are reviewed and discussed. Instructor counseling techniques are reviewed, practiced, and enhanced through classroom scenarios. This block completes the instructor certification requirement.

TECH TRANSP OF HAZ MAT - MASL : B142951

This course provides personnel from all services detailed technical information pertaining to all phases of transportation of hazardous materials and satisfies the mandatory training for persons who certify hazardous materials and conduct function specific training for subordinate personnel as specified in the Defense Transportation Regulation (DoD 4500.9-R). Course content includes emphasis on United States and international laws and regulations covering transportation of hazardous materials by all modes. International regulations covered include the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code and the International Commercial Air Transport Associations Dangerous Goods Regulations. United States regulations covered include the Department of Transportation (DOT) 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and U.S. military regulations. Course material includes emphasis on hazard communications (i.e. shipping papers, marking, labeling, and placarding); packaging, compatibility on transport vehicles, security requirements and emergency response information. Students successfully completing the course will understand the requirements for shipping hazardous materials by all modes of transportation, to include highway, rail, commercial air, military air and vessel.

TECHNICAL AMMUNITION - MASL : B142922

This course provides basic training in the technical aspects of ammunition and explosives for personnel involved in ammunition related operations. It also provides a base for advanced study in the ammunition areas of maintenance, demilitarization, storage and supply/inventory management. In addition, the course meets the requirements for certification of personnel under the provisions specified in AMCR 350-4, TRADOC-R 350-30 and FORSCOM-R 350-10. Course content includes Department of Defense (DoD), Army, Navy and Air Force references for ammunition and related operations, basic information on types of explosives and non-surety chemical agents, descriptions and functions of ammunition items, explosives safety and requirements for the storage and on-installation transportation of ammunition.This course provides basic training in the technical aspects of ammunition and explosives for personnel involved in ammunition related operations. It also provides a base for advanced study in the ammunition areas of maintenance, demilitarization, storage and supply/inventory management. In addition, the course meets the requirements for certification of personnel under the provisions specified in AMCR 350-4, TRADOC-R 350-30 and FORSCOM-R 350-10. Course content includes Department of Defense (DoD), Army, Navy and Air Force references for ammunition and related operations, basic information on types of explosives and non-surety chemical agents, descriptions and functions of ammunition items, explosives safety and requirements for the storage and on-installation transportation of ammunition.

TECHNICAL CHEMICAL SURETY MATERIEL COURSE - MASL : B142957

This course covers descriptions of toxic chemical agents, their effects, symptoms from exposure, and self aid/buddy aid treatments of effects. Types of munitions, containers, protective clothing, and detection equipment, along with detection capabilities and decontamination procedures are discussed. The Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) is identified and defined. Chemical Accident/Incident Response and Assistance (CAIRA) to include types of emergencies, agent hazard prediction capabilities, and effects of weather and terrain are examined. Current and proposed methods for disposal/demilitarization of surety agents are also discussed.This course covers descriptions of toxic chemical agents, their effects, symptoms from exposure, and self aid/buddy aid treatments of effects. Types of munitions, containers, protective clothing, and detection equipment, along with detection capabilities and decontamination procedures are discussed. The Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) is identified and defined. Chemical Accident/Incident Response and Assistance (CAIRA) to include types of emergencies, agent hazard prediction capabilities, and effects of weather and terrain are examined. Current and proposed methods for disposal/demilitarization of surety agents are also discussed.

TECHNICAL ENGINEERING SPECIALIST - MASL : B174100

Construction surveying using conventional equipment, and the automated integrated survey instrument for military construction to include: project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, construction support surveys, road construction, and building and utilities layout surveys. Conventional and computer aided drafting to include: applied engineering graphics, architectural, structural, and roadway drawings, materials estimating, and map overlays. Use of soils, concrete and asphalt test sets for obtaining information on materials properties of aggregated, soils, concrete and bituminous materials used for site evaluation, design, construction, and quality control of military construction. .

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Successful completion of course 000-CET Common Engineer Training required prior to enrollment in 413-21T10 Technical Engineering Specialist. Civilians DOD students and international students do not participate in CET. This is Army's part of Joint Service ITRO course. Other service courses are 412-1361 (OS), Technical Engineering (USMC); 710-5503 (OS), Technical Engineering (USN); 412-3E531 (OS), Technical Engineering (USAF).

At the completion of this Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Course, Soldiers are required to attend the Battle Focused Training (BFT, course number 030-F15) at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. The course length for BFT is 8-days and reinforces the Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills.

TECHNICAL ENGINEERING SPECIALIST-CN ONLY - MASL : B174114

Construction surveying using conventional equipment, and the automated integrated survey instrument for military construction to include: project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, construction support surveys, road construction, and building and utilities layout surveys. Conventional and computer aided drafting to include: applied engineering graphics, architectural, structural, and roadway drawings, materials estimating, and map overlays. Use of soils, concrete and asphalt test sets for obtaining information on materials properties of aggregated, soils, concrete and bituminous materials used for site evaluation, design, construction, and quality control of military construction. Also includes Common Engineer Training (CET) for Army personnel.Construction surveying using conventional equipment, and the automated integrated survey instrument for military construction to include: project mapping operations, construction support surveys, road operations, construction support surveys, road construction, and building and utilities layout surveys. Conventional and computer aided drafting to include: applied engineering graphics, architectural, structural, and roadway drawings, materials estimating, and map overlays. Use of soils, concrete and asphalt test sets for obtaining information on materials properties of aggregated, soils, concrete and bituminous materials used for site evaluation, design, construction, and quality control of military construction. Also includes Common Engineer Training (CET) for Army personnel.

TECHNICAL OPERATIONS - MASL : P179353

TECHNICAL OPERATIONS (NORWAY). This course is specific to NORWAY and provides training in the operation of the IWS system in tactical submode positions. In addition, trainees will be able to recognize system casualties, repair and recommend decisions in a tactical multi warfare environment. This course covers the operation of CIC sub modes that respond to system casualties, which influence system effectiveness. Specific sub modes are Radar System Controller (RSC), Combat Systems Coordinator (CSC), Missile System Supervisor (MSS), Computer Program Interface Supervisor (CPIS), Training Supervisor (TNGS) and Training Assistant (TRNGA). Discussion and practical applications will include Doctrine, LINK information, SPY doctrine, ADS doctrine, System Training set-up, ACTS scenario operations, Engagement operations. Training will include a normal system and a system with casualties. Trainees will initialize repair and maintain system while conducting operational scenarios.

TECHNICAL PREP TRNG PH I - MASL : P179610

FST Phase I is a 16-week course of instruction that provides the international student with fundamental academic skills and practical knowledge in the following areas; Training Orientation, Learning Skills, Vocabulary, Reading, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, Interpretation of Graphics, Learning to Use a Manual, Physical Science, Job Skill Orientation, and Life Fitness. The intent of FST Phase I is to provide an entry level ability in science, math, and technical comprehension prior to FST Phase II and eventual enrollment in U.S. Navy Class A1 (Initial Skill Training �Enlisted) Schools. FST Phase I instruction is followed by one of three variants of FST Phase II depending on the students intended area of skill training. Phase II training currently consists of three tracks; Mechanics, Electricity and Electronics, or Logistics/Computers.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT - MASL : P366011

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

TELE-COMM SYS CNTL/ATT/MAP - MASL : D132024

Principles-centered training related to the management of networks and Communications-Computer Systems (C-CS) ; theory and procedures for monitoring status and performance of various types of analog and digital transmission circuits and systems, Local Area Networks (LANS) and Wide Area Networks (WANS), and associated equipment; procedures for configuring circuits, systems and networks based on service requirements. Provides standards and techniques relating to circuit testing and quality control, to serve as a basis for predicting, preventing, and correcting circuit deterioration or system malfunctions; theory and techniques for circuit, system, network, and equipment fault isolation; control and coordination procedures to direct or perform corrective actions. Identify basic characteristics and capabilities of the TSEC/KY-68 (DSVT-Digital Secure Voice Terminal), present common uses of the KY-68, TSEC/KG-84A/C (GPED - General Purpose Encryption Device), contrast between the different versions of the KG as well as its compatibility with the KIV-7. Basic characteristics and of the KIV-7 High Speed Data Encryption Device/KG-84 Embeddable, the TSEC/KG-94/94A (Trunk Encryption Device), and TSEC/KOI-18 General Purpose Tape Reader.

TEMP LINE/INVITATION CRS - MASL : B179970

This MASL is used when Temp Line/Invitation Crs is prorammed.

TEMPEST/SYS DESIGN ENGR - MASL : D174001

This course provides training to installers and engineers in the knowledge and skills needed to use TEMPEST criteria in the installation and design of secure communications systems and facilities. The scope of training includes the TEMPEST environment, grounding requirements, filter and isolation devices, facility and equipment zoning concepts, equipment installation guidelines, distribution system guidelines, utility system guidelines, sensitive compartmented information (SCI) environment considerations, shielded environment requirements/characteristics, RED/BLACK installation inspection, and tactical/deployed environment characteristics/considerations.

TH-67 ADV IFR - NORWAY - MASL : B113078

Provides additional instrument training beyond that received in the Initial Entry Rotary Wing Aviator course. Includes physical and mental skills and information as necessary for accomplishment of rotary wing instrument flight tasks and flight planning.

THE ARMY INSTRCTOR TNG CRS - MASL : B179921

The Methods of Instruction portion contains lessons on the basic fundamentals and techniques of instruction to include training objectives; lesson plan types and format; training aids; USAOMMCS evaluation program; training support; and student planning and presentation of two lessons. The Counseling and Guidance portion includes lessons on interpresonal communication skills, listening skills, body language, counseling fundamentals, documentation of the counseling session and students are also given the opportunity to role-play different counseling situations.

The Methods of Instruction portion contains lessons on the basic fundamentals and techniques of instruction to include training objectives; lesson plan types and format; training aids; USAOMMCS evaluation program; training support; and student planning and presentation of two lessons. The Counseling and Guidance portion includes lessons on interpresonal communication skills, listening skills, body language, counseling fundamentals, documentation of the counseling session and students are also given the opportunity to role-play different counseling situations.

THEATER AIR OPNS TRNG - MASL : D122055

To provide Air Force Security Assistance Training (AFSAT) for international officers in the advanced knowledge and skills needed to perform air battle manager duties in an air operations center (AOC) environment

TMDE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT SPECIALIST - MASL : B142501

To provide training in the skills and knowledges required to maintain the U.S. Army Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) program, including calibration and troubleshooting of Army peculiar TMDE and provides training on the identified Army-wide Warrior Training Tasks and Battle Drills requirements.

TOP KNIFE II (SN) - MASL : D119052

The TOP KNIFE II course is designed to educate flight surgeons and other selected medical professionals about the demanding world of fighter pilot rospace medicine. Provides training to flight surgeons on their role as providers/crewmembers in high performance aircraft. Provides a comprehensive background in the physiology of high performance flight as well as tactical, operational and squadron environments. Training is accomplished through a combination of medical didactics, flying academics, tactical flying sorties, and various simulators. Training can be conducted at Luke AFB, AZ or at Kelly Fld, TX using TC Syllabus F16C0FS0PL.

TOW - EOD - MASL : P193143

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

TRACK DATA COORD - MASL : P121154

MULTI-TADIL (TACTICAL DIGITAL INFORMATION LINK) TRACK DATA COORDINATOR

To provide selected Naval Personnel (Operations Specialist, E3-E9, and Officers, 01-03) with the requisite knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of Link capable units, Data Links, 11, and 16; and the necessary skills to write an Optask Link Message, initialize and monitor Links 11 and 16, and operate in a multi-link environment in accordance with Joint Maritime TADIL Operating Procedures 6120.1C and current operational directives.

Scope: This course provides the knowledge and skills required of Naval personnel in the Operations Specialist rating (E3-E9) and Officers (O1-O3) to perform as Tactical Information Coordinator (Tic)/Track Supervisor and/or Interface Control Officer. Upon completion of this course of this course of instruction the trainee will have obtained the knowledge and skills to : Initialize the C2P Subsystem, Links 11 and 16 in accordance with Joint Maritime TADIL Operating Procedures 6120.1C. 3. Monitor the C2P Subsystem and Links 11 and 16 in accordance with Joint Maritime TADIL Operating Procedures 6120.1C.

TRACK VEHICLE RECOVERY SPECIALIST - MASL : B144319

Test and troubleshoot systems; inspect, service, lubricate, replace and adjust components; starting, charging, APU, brakes and main winch systems; operating, serviceing and using track recovery vehicles and equipment; procedures used in rigging, recovering and towing of track vehicles.

TRACKED VEHICLE MECHANIC - MASL : B144314

Initial entry level (IET), automotive Direct and General Support (DS/GS) maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, TMDE, maintenance safety and discipline, troubleshooting, repair, and replacement of assemblies and components.Initial entry level (IET), automotive Direct and General Support (DS/GS) maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, TMDE, maintenance safety and discipline, troubleshooting, repair, and replacement of assemblies and components.

TRACKED VEHICLE MECHANIC - MASL : B143311

Initial entry level (IET), automotive Direct and General Support (DS/GS) maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, TMDE, maintenance safety and discipline, troubleshooting, repair, and replacement of assemblies and components.Initial entry level (IET), automotive Direct and General Support (DS/GS) maintenance training emphasizing maintenance publications, tools, TMDE, maintenance safety and discipline, troubleshooting, repair, and replacement of assemblies and components.

TRAFFIC MGT APR - MASL : D153029

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

TRAINING EXERCISE - MASL : P361010

Utilized to document international participation in training exercises (primarily in CONUS) where U.S. training is provided to internationals military students.

TRAINING MGT & DEVELOPMENT - MASL : D162030

This course provides training for officers, NCOs, and civilians to enable them to effectively develop, administer and evaluate On-The-Job Training (OJT) Programs. The course is oriented for middle to upper-level training supervisors and managers who are directly involved with job-specific training activities. The training concepts taught in this course are easily adaptable to any professional specialty and include how to plan an OJT program, administer training, evaluate training programs, prepare training directives, and document an OJT program. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - OJT ORGANIZATION This block covers basic organization of OJT programs. Topics include structure of the OJT program, OJT responsibilities for the supervisor/trainee, presentation of an impromptu speech, developing a specialty job description, and documenting and maintaining training forms and records. The student learns to develop training charts, OJT records, and master task listings as well as determine training needs, capabilities, and resources. Training scheduling processes is also covered. BLOCK II - HOW TO CONDUCT, EVALUATE, AND DOCUMENT TRAINING Block II focuses on the actual execution of training programs. Topics include initiating the training process, identification and application of the laws of learning (training related), selecting training strategies and principles, and selecting/applying training methods and techniques. The student learns to develop and apply the demonstration-performance method, as well as select and apply training evaluation methods. Instruction also includes managing the training evaluations process and developing effective written and performance tests.

TRAINING SUPPORT - MASL : P366202

Misc uses:

!. Commercial Air Services in San Diego, CA. Will be hiring a lear jet for tracking exercises during a ship transfer training period.)

2. Curriculum/course deveopment

TRAINING SUPPORT PLANS - MASL : P366006

TRAINING SUPPORT

TRAINING SYS SPECIALIST - MASL : D166024

This course provides training in the development, administration, and management of work center training programs to include training program design and development, use and interpretation of various training reports, including Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS) reports, maintenance training functions, management of Career Development Course (CDC) programs, the design and use of automated products, and hands-on application in staff assistance visits (SAVS) and teaching the Air Force Training Course.

TRANS OFFICER BASIC - MASL : B121721

The course is oriented toward maximizing practical training via structured performance objectives with a minimum of theoretical instruction while training each officer in the principles of: how to lead, how to maintain, how to fight, and how to transport. Where possible, the officer is required to participate in practical exercises interacting with trainers, fellow students, host providers and the equipment, hardware and software they will see and utilize as Tranportation Corps platoon leaders in the Army.The course is oriented toward maximizing practical training via structured performance objectives with a minimum of theoretical instruction while training each officer in the principles of: how to lead, how to maintain, how to fight, and how to transport. Where possible, the officer is required to participate in practical exercises interacting with trainers, fellow students, host providers and the equipment, hardware and software they will see and utilize as Tranportation Corps platoon leaders in the Army.

TRANSP STOW HAZ MAT - MASL : P153050

HAZMAT Transportation

A two-week (80 hour) course that provides the mandatory training prerequisite for command approved qualification to certify hazardous material for shipment via all modes of transportation. This course is directed at all personnel that may certify hazardous material that are not previously certified or that need to re-certify and have not used their prior training extensively. Covers certification for ship, air (internationally) and ground transportation (U.S. and Canada) for shipments of Hazardous Material.

TRANSPORTATION BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121290

PROPOSED IMPLEMENTAION FY06.PROPOSED IMPLEMENTAION FY06.

TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR - MASL : B153758

This course consists of training inTransportation individual critical tasks related to cargo documentation; planning, loss, and damage control; unit movements; application of TC-AIMS II; DAMMS; Worldwide Port System (WPS); and the Global Transportation Network (GTN).This course consists of training inTransportation individual critical tasks related to cargo documentation; planning, loss, and damage control; unit movements; application of TC-AIMS II; DAMMS; Worldwide Port System (WPS); and the Global Transportation Network (GTN).

TRAUMA REFR FOR SURGEONS - MASL : P175801

TRAUMA REFRESHER COURSE FOR SURGEONS (TRCS)

Course Objectives: --Describe the common patterns of battlefield injuries and be familiar with their surgical management -- Discuss a variety of battle damage control techniques -- Define the concept of forward resusitative measures in the management of battlefield casualties and evacuation--Perform basic emergency opthalmologic, orthopedic and neurosurgical procedures through "hands-on" instruction by surgical specialists in a cadaveric lab. --Demonstrate expertise in performing an exploratory laparotomy for trauma through a variety of simulated injuries in the pig lab.--Demonstrate the principles of ultrasound techniques in a combat trauma patients using didactics and simulation lab.--Demonstrate ability to manage multiple battlefield casualties in a simulated mass casualty exercise.

Course Locations:

OFC, Bldg. 6, Room 2 NMCSD

Cadaver Lab in Surgical Skills Lab, Bldg. 1

Animal Lab in Vivarium

Ultrasound Lab in Department of General Surgery

Direct Contact: CDR LARRY ROBERTS DSN 522-7689

E-Mail lhroberts@nmcsd.med.navy.mil

TRNG, MANPWR & PERS MGT - MASL : P179204

Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) Course (MASL P179204) - The MPT&E Course (P179204) is the new course for FY-2006 as the Training Manpower & Personnel Management course is no longer taught. This training is designed for officer and senior enlisted personnel who plan, manage, and conduct training, as well as personnel involved in manpower, personnel and resources. The course objective is to acquaint students with the various aspects of managing navy training, manpower and personnel programs from top to bottom including planning, budgeting, and execution. The organizational functions at the various functional levels are explored, from joint chief, ministry, headquarters staff, and training activity levels. The course is designed to create an awareness of the procedures of material readiness and operational readiness objectives. The MPT&E explains techniques and identifies tools available for use in applying and implementing training, manpower and personnel management principles. Participants examine the integration of training disciplines with other disciplines that must be managed during each phase of the acquisition process. The formal classroom instruction is approximately 3 weeks and comprises a series of lectures delineating key facets of training, manpower, and personnel management subjects. The course provides participants a wide range of ideas that may be incorporated into their own training management and training programs. The approximately 3 weeks following contain orientation tours of military activities, which are designed to show modern training techniques, technologies, and procedures. Additionally, the International Instructor Training School is also an optional course to be taken by all personnel attending this course (please see course description and MASL numbers below).

INTERNATIONAL INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHOOL (IITS) : The IITS is a new course for 2006, and the course objective is to provide the student with the knowledge, skills, and tools required to excel in various military training capacities - facilitator, stand-up presenter, subject matter expert, mentor, and administrator. The course of instruction is divided into 3 phases:

PHASE I - Management Information System (MASL PDET002) (2 weeks) is an intensive phase of instruction that provides the student with required computer skills in the following areas: Operating Systems, Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, Internet, and Networking Fundamentals. Note that Phase I is not a prerequisite for the final 2 phases; however, Phase I is highly recommended and complements Phases II and III.

PHASE II - (MASLs P166308 and P166309) Facilitated computer based training (CBT) (3 weeks) consists of 4 facilitated CBT modules of instruction individually tailored to student needs. This provides the student with the specific technical knowledge, skills, and tools required to successfully complete the 2 required performance tests and to perform successfully in their future positions. The training includes, but is not limited to the following: Instructor Training Overview, Effective Communication Techniques, the Instructor s Role(s) in Training, CBT facilitation, Stand-up instruction - the Art of Teaching, Assessment - More than a Test, Administration - Taking Care of Details, Mentoring - Instructors are Leaders, Preparation of Lesson Plans, and a Practicum.

PHASE III - (MASL 166316) Two performance tests (1 week) are required for the learner to pass in order to become a certified Journeyman-Level Instructor - tests are graded by the student using CBT facilitated format and stand-up instruction using technology.

ADMINISTRATIVE NOTE: For Administrative purposes students should report to NITC Pensacola no later than the Wednesday prior to class convene.

NOTE: CANCELLATION FEE POLICY: 100 PERCENT PENALTY FEE, ONCE A CONTRACT IS LET OR A QUOTA IS CONFIRMED, UNLESS WAIVED BY THE MILDEP AS PER NAVY IPO 081900Z JAN 03.

TRNSP HAZARDOUS MATERIALS - MASL : D153019

EFFECTIVE 3 APRIL 2006, this course will replace the L3AZR2T000 009, Hazardous Materials Preparer (Initial)(Resident). NOTE: This course number change is due to the mandated HQ TC Course Number System initiative and NOT due to course material changes. 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 AFMAN 24-204(I) and meets the provisions stated in the Hazardous Materials Training Working Group 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. TC Training Manager: MSgt Mark S. Kelps, mark.kelps@lackland.af.mil .

TROP WEATHER ANALY > FCST - MASL : D121014

CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED TO RESUME 25 APRIL 2006 ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in ( Smith Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Smith Manor, bldg 7315), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-377-3803/9976: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** Training in specialized techniques required for analysis and forecasting in the tropics. Intended primarily for Air Force personnel with assignment, or potential assignment, to duties that require forecasting for tropical areas. The course contains instruction in tropical climatology, kinematics and dynamics of the tropical atmosphere, analysis techniques, application of satellite data to analysis, and forecasting methods for tropical systems. Emphasis is placed upon lab application of analysis and forecasting techniques.

TROUBLESHOOTING ELEC PWR - MASL : D148132

Provides knowledge and skills needed to perform advanced electrical troubleshooting of electrical power generating equipment. The scope of training includes: Electrical characteristics of current, voltage, resistance, and power in direct current (DC) circuits; Requirements and factors affecting AC power generation; Soldering techniques; In-depth reading/interpretation of electrical wiring diagrams and troubleshooting of the MEP-007B and Onan (80 kW) generator sets; Construction features, theory of operation, and troubleshooting of Onan and Zenith automatic transfer panels (ATP).

TURBOPROP PROPULSION MECH - MASL : D141015

Primarily uses T56-A-7A and support equipment to teach operation, removal, disassembly, inspection, repair, test and installation of hydraulically operated propellers, controls, and accessories. Course covers operating principles, engine change, adjustments and conditioning of turboprop engines and systems and also includes disassembly, inspection, repair, and assembly of turboprop engine. Training emphasizes ground safety practices, associated ground support equipment, electrical fundamentals, technical publications, and familiarization with organizational and intermediate maintenance, maintenance forms, and maintenance documentation, and man-hour accounting as applicable to engine and propeller maintenance.

U.S. ARMY SERGEANTS MAJOR CRS-CT CLS 001-06 - MASL : B17122T

The Sergeants Major Course is a task-based, performance-oriented, scenario-driven course of instruction designed to prepare promotable master sergeants for sergeants major and command sergeants major positions within a force projection Army. Major subject areas include leadership, combat operations, and sustainment operations. Specific areas of study include team-building, communicative skills, national military strategy, training management, force projection, operations other than war, reserve components, and a professional development electives program. The course integrates the learning objectives from the Battle Staff NCO Course, the Master Fitness Trainer Course, and facilitator training. Course emphasis is on skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for sergeants major to excel in positions of greater responsibility throughout the defense establishment.

U-36 SIMULATOR - MASL : P128011

Lear Jet (U-36) Simulator Training.

UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119962

Training will consist of emergency procedure training, instrument training, visual flight training, crew coordination, and aircraft system training. Specialized training available upon request. Contact the IMSO for special requests.

Training will consist of emergency procedure training, instrument training, visual flight training, crew coordination, and aircraft system training. Specialized training available upon request. Contact the IMSO for special requests.

UH-1 HELO RPR SUPVR BNCOC - MASL : B141780

Technical training in the aircraft maintenance management field is oriented toward developing skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures. The student is provided with the training required to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector (TI) duties required of MOS 67N30.

UH-1 MAINT MGR/MAINT TP - MASL : B141782

Course Scope:

Based on tasks that are specified for skill level I training; also covered subjects (Not included in the trainer's guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in powertrain repair and non-destructive testing skills.

Special Information:

Foreign Military Latin American and selected National Police Personnel. Course covers the systems for the OH-58A/C, UH-1H and UH-60. The OH-58 is similar to the Bell 206; UH-1H is similar to the Bell 204, 205 and to a lesser extent, the 212 and 214 series aircraft, this course will only be trained with military manuals. Information on this course can be obtained by calling Training Operations Division, USAALS at DSN 826-6474 ext 3359 or comm 757-878-6474 ext 3359.

UH-1 SIMULATOR - STRICOM - MASL : B119994

THIS MASL SCHEDULES INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS VARIED TIME ON A UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR.THIS MASL SCHEDULES INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS VARIED TIME ON A UH-1 FLIGHT SIMULATOR.

UH-1H HELO MECH - MASL : D141304

This course was designed to provide the apprentice level helicopter crew chief with specific advanced maintenance on the UH-1H airframe and its systems. Emphasis is placed on those tasks that relate to the journeymen level such as operating adjustments, component overhaul and troubleshooting of most common helicopter anomalies. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION This block begins with flight line safety responsibilities at the supervisory level. Students will receive a thorough understanding of flight controls and rigging procedures. They are familiarized with tasks related to airframe and landing gear inspections, landing gear cap adjustments, deflection checks and weigh the helicopter using load cells. Flight control inspections are performed and troubleshooting procedures discussed. Rigging procedures are performed on the collective, cyclic and tail rotor flight control systems. BLOCK II - T 53-L-13 TURBOSHAFT ENGINE MAINTENANCE Adjustment and troubleshooting of the T-53 turbo shaft engine and its components is the focus in this block. Students will perform engine throttle and power control rigging. They will also perform engine to transmission alignment and starting engine procedures using the UH-1 systems trainer. BLOCK III - ROTORS AND DRIVE TRAIN SYSTEM Main and tail rotor hub assembly inspection and overhaul procedures are accomplished. The main rotor hub is disassembled and reassembled with special emphasis on seal replacement. Wear limitations are identified and discussed. Dynamic balancing procedures of main and tail rotors are accomplished through hands-on training. The student will learn the operating characteristics of the drive train system. They will also become skilled on how to disassemble and reassemble the drive shaft hanger bearings and main drive shaft. Students will gain knowledge of operating principals of all gearboxes. They will learn to remove, inspect, and install the 42 degree and 90 degree gearboxes BLOCK IV - HELICOPTER VIBRATIONS AND VIBRATION ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT In this block the student is taught vibration characteristics and their effects on the helicopter airframe and rotating components. They will learn to install and use vibration analysis equipment and apply troubleshooting techniques to solve vibration problems. Students will install actual equipment on aircraft and apply troubleshooting procedure with a whirly-gig simulator to reduce vibrations. An in-depth introduction to the 8500 spectrum analyzer, its use and function is described.

UH-1H MOUNTAIN QUAL - MASL : B113205

The course consists of flight training during which the student will perform normal and terrain flight navigation, takeoffs and approaches to pinnacles, ridgelines, and confined areas, in terrain varying from rolling hills to steep jagged cliffs with altitudes ranging from 6,500 feet PA to over 14,000 feet PA. Emphasis on risk management, environment mastery, crew coordination, safety awareness, power management, and performance planning.

UH-1H MTN INST PILOT QUAL - MASL : B113215

THIS COURSE CONSISTS OF INSTRUCTION FUNDAMENTALS IN IMPARTING THE TRAINING TECHNIQUE OF "TARGET TORQUE" ACQUIRED IN THE INITIAL QUALIFICATION COURSE. EMPHASIS IS ON PERFORMANCE PLANNING, MAXIMUM GROSS WEIGHT SIMULATION AND ALL ITS IMPLICATINS. HOW TO USE THE POWER GAUGES AS AN OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENT OF A STUDENT S PERFORMANCE, KNOWING WHAT FACTORS INFLUENCE A MANEUVER, AND TO WHAT DEGREE, ARE ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS IN THE INSTRUCTOR PILOT COURSE. POST MANEUVER ANALYSIS IS CRITICAL IN THE PROCESS AND EACH INSTRUTOR PILOT IS CHALLENGED TO CORRECTLY ANALYZE CAUSE AND EFFECT DURING EACH FLIGHT MANEUVER, WITH PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO POWER EXPENDITURES, ESCAPE ROUTES, AND EMERGENCY PROCEURES.

THIS COURSE CONSISTS OF INSTRUCTION FUNDAMENTALS IN IMPARTING THE TRAINING TECHNIQUE OF "TARGET TORQUE" ACQUIRED IN THE INITIAL QUALIFICATION COURSE. EMPHASIS IS ON PERFORMANCE PLANNING, MAXIMUM GROSS WEIGHT SIMULATION AND ALL ITS IMPLICATINS. HOW TO USE THE POWER GAUGES AS AN OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENT OF A STUDENT S PERFORMANCE, KNOWING WHAT FACTORS INFLUENCE A MANEUVER, AND TO WHAT DEGREE, ARE ESSENTIAL COMPONENTS IN THE INSTRUCTOR PILOT COURSE. POST MANEUVER ANALYSIS IS CRITICAL IN THE PROCESS AND EACH INSTRUTOR PILOT IS CHALLENGED TO CORRECTLY ANALYZE CAUSE AND EFFECT DURING EACH FLIGHT MANEUVER, WITH PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO POWER EXPENDITURES, ESCAPE ROUTES, AND EMERGENCY PROCEURES.

UH-1H/T-53/L-13 ENGINE - MASL : D141242

This course is designed to provide jet engine technicians with a thorough understanding of all T-53-L-13B engine systems and maintenance procedures. Students learn the necessary skills to perform intermediate and organizational level maintenance on the T-53 -L-13B engine. Students are required to pass a written and or performance tests at the end of certain blocks prior to advancement to the next block of instruction. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - ENGINE SYSTEM FAMILIARIZATION AND OPERATION This block begins with a course orientation, in which students learn about the academys policies and procedures along with academic requirements. Immediately afterwards, students begin learning the general characteristics and theory of operation of the T-53-L-13B engine. With a strong foundation in theory of operation, students begin in-depth study of oil, torque meter, fuel, electrical, variable guide vane, compressor, bleed air, and anti-icing systems. BLOCK II T-53 ENGINE COMPONENTS AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES The students receive instructions and are made aware of general safety issues concerning T-53 engine maintenance. The second block covers general maintenance and inspection concepts, removal and inspection of reduction gear assembly, removal of N1 accessories and gearbox assembly, and upper compressor case removal and inspection. The 2J-T-53-16 engine technical manual is explained in detail. Students learn how to proficiently use it to find information to remove, disassemble, and inspect the combustion and turbine assembly. The students receive hands-on experience on the tear-down and build-up of the T-53-L-13B engine to include: inspection of the diffuser section; removal, inspection, and installation of the fuel control and its designated filters. This block of instruction culminates with engine preservation, storage procedures and is measured with a written examination. BLOCK III UH-1H HELICOPTER ENGINE MAINTENANCE Students are familiarized with engine related systems on the UH-1H helicopter. They learn to safely remove, inspect, and install the T-53-L-13B engine. They also learn to properly adjust engine controls for normal operation. The last unit in this block deals with a discussion on troubleshooting procedures of all engine systems. This block of instruction ends with a written examination and course assessment.

UH-60 AVIATOR QUAL - ALL - MASL : B113037

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the UH-60 helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, navigation and command instrument systems, combat skills, flight training, mission planning, and safety. Aviators who are night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the uh-60. Aviators not NVD qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the UH-60 helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, navigation and command instrument systems, combat skills, flight training, mission planning, and safety. Aviators who are night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the uh-60. Aviators not NVD qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.

UH-60 AVIATOR QUAL - EN - MASL : B113169

Course Scope:

Provides the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification in the UH-60 helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, navigation and command instrument systems, combat skills, flight training, mission planning, and safety. Aviators who are night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the uh-60. Aviators not NVD qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.

UH-60 AVR QUAL - SPANISH - MASL : B113127

Course designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge reuired to achieve pilot qualification in the UH-60 helicoper. Training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties is achieved through instruction in aircraft systems, navigation and command instrument systems, combat skills, flight training, mission planning, and safety. Aviators will receive night vision device (NVD) qualification training in the UH-60 helicopter.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119951

This MASL would be programmed when UH-60 Flight Simulation training is required.This MASL would be programmed when UH-60 Flight Simulation training is required.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119981

This MASL would be programmed when UH-60 Flight Simulation training is required.

UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119960

This MASL is used when UH-60 Flight Simulator is programmed.

UH-60 HELICOPTER RPR SPAN - MASL : B141729

Course Scope:

Emphasis is on aircraft maintenance technical training. Instruction covers aircraft maintenance procedures that will provide the student with the skills and knowledges necessary to perform UH-60 maintenance: replacing system and subsystem assemblies and components; servicing and lubricating components and obtaining oil samples; performing limited maintenance operational checks, scheduled inspections, and troubleshooting; using and maintaining ground support equipment and common, special, and precision tools required for maintenance and ground handling; using hand and arm signals to guide aircraft; using applicable forms, records, and publications; and using the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A).

Special Information:

Latin American personnel only. Information on this course can be obtained by calling Training Operations Division, USAALS at DSN 826-6474 ext 3359 or comm 757-878-6474 ext 3359.

UH-60 HELO REPAIRER - MASL : B141778

Trains the student in the use and preparation of selected forms and records applicable to Army Aviation Maintenance to include Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A); to perform AVUM and AVIM tasks, to include component removal, inspection, and requisitioning of repair parts; to perform visual inspections to identify common, precision and special tools; to identify and select correct fuels and lubricants used on the UH-60 Helicopter; and to train the student in the facets of shop and flightline safety procedures.

UH-60 HELO REPR SUPV ANCOC - MASL : B141831

Aviation related tasks emphasizing NCO professional development, the purpose of the Unit Status Report, NCO Etiquette, conducting convoy operations, and conducting operations in an NBC environment. MOS specific training designed to provide the skill level four NCO the skills and knowledge required to conduct maintenance management, supervising supply and logistics, conducting tactical operations, managing the Army safety program, utilizing ULLS-A, and deploying aviation assets. Training is reinforced using Brigade and Battalion simulation (BBS) and conducting a 73 hour Field Training Exercise.

UH-60 HELO RPR SPAN-PLN CO - MASL : B141731

Emphasis is on aircraft maintenance technical training. Instruction covers aircraft maintenance procedures that will provide the student with the skills and knowledges necessary to perform UH-60 maintenance: replacing system and subsystem assemblies and components; servicing and lubricating components and obtaining oil samples; performing limited maintenance operational checks, scheduled inspections, and troubleshooting; using and maintaining ground support equipment and common, special, and precision tools required for maintenance and ground handling; using hand and arm signals to guide aircraft; using applicable forms, records, and publications; and using the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A).Emphasis is on aircraft maintenance technical training. Instruction covers aircraft maintenance procedures that will provide the student with the skills and knowledges necessary to perform UH-60 maintenance: replacing system and subsystem assemblies and components; servicing and lubricating components and obtaining oil samples; performing limited maintenance operational checks, scheduled inspections, and troubleshooting; using and maintaining ground support equipment and common, special, and precision tools required for maintenance and ground handling; using hand and arm signals to guide aircraft; using applicable forms, records, and publications; and using the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A).

UH-60 HELO RPR SUPV BNCOC - MASL : B141767

Technical training in the aircraft maintenance management field is oriented toward developing skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance mangement principles and procedures. The student is provided with the training required successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector (TI) duties required of MOS 67T/15T30.

UH-60 HELO RPR SUPV SPAN - MASL : B141726

Technical training in the aircraft maintenance management field is oriented toward developing skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures. The student is provided with the training required to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector (TI) duties required of UH-60 Helicopter Repairer Supervisor.

UH-60 INSTRUCTOR PILOT - MASL : B115021

Course consists of flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, regulations, safety, automatic flight control system, power train, hydraulic and electrical systems, malfunction analysis, and night academics; methods of instruction for contact maneuvers, tactics and night vision goggle maneuvers, dual and single operations, and emergency procedures.

UH-60 IP MOI (GRAD) - ALL - MASL : B115009

Flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, regulations, safety, automatic flight control system, power train, hydraulics and electrical systems, malfunction analysis, methods of instruction for contact maneuvers, tactical tasks, night vision goggles training, dual and single engine operations, emergency procedures, and command instrument system operations. Sufficient depth of knowledge will be gained to enable the graduate to teach academic and flight instruction in the UH-60 aircraft.

Flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, regulations, safety, automatic flight control system, power train, hydraulics and electrical systems, malfunction analysis, methods of instruction for contact maneuvers, tactical tasks, night vision goggles training, dual and single engine operations, emergency procedures, and command instrument system operations. Sufficient depth of knowledge will be gained to enable the graduate to teach academic and flight instruction in the UH-60 aircraft.

UH-60 IP MOI (GRAD)-NORWAY - MASL : B115004

Flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, regulations, safety, automatic flight control system, power train, hydraulics and electrical systems, malfunction analysis, methods of instruction for contact maneuvers, tactical tasks, night vision goggles training, dual and single engine operations, emergency procedures, and command instrument system operations. Sufficient depth of knowledge will be gained to enable the graduate to teach academic and flight instruction in the UH-60 aircraft.Flight and academic instruction in theory of flight, instructing fundamentals, aircrew training, regulations, safety, automatic flight control system, power train, hydraulics and electrical systems, malfunction analysis, methods of instruction for contact maneuvers, tactical tasks, night vision goggles training, dual and single engine operations, emergency procedures, and command instrument system operations. Sufficient depth of knowledge will be gained to enable the graduate to teach academic and flight instruction in the UH-60 aircraft.

UH-60 MAINTENANCE TP W/FLY - MASL : B141806

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

UH-60 SIMULATOR - STRICOM - MASL : B119997

THIS MASL SCHEDULES INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS VARIED FLIGHT HOURS ON A UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR.THIS MASL SCHEDULES INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS VARIED FLIGHT HOURS ON A UH-60 FLIGHT SIMULATOR.

UH-60/CH-47 HELICOPTER ELECTRICIAN - MASL : B141754

Restore electrical systems and subsystems, to include troubleshooting and repair of aircraft wiring and stabilization, basic electronics theory, aircraft battery maintenance, common soldering and systems installation practice with use of associated tools and test equipment.

UHF SATCOM SYS OPS MAINT - MASL : P139276

UHF SATCOM SYS OPS MAINT - RT-18XX UHF

Training provided will be for the operation and maintenance of VIASAT s RT-18XX UHF SATCOM systems. This course is for a total of eight (8) students.

UHPT FLIGHT INST - MASL : P115006

The Undergraduate Helicopter Flight Instructor Under Training curriculum is designed to provide designated Naval Aviators with the appropriate flight procedures, instructional methodology, and techniques to instruct undergraduate helicopter pilots in the Undergraduate Helicopter Flight Training Curriculum.CIN Q-2C-0015.

UNIT MVMT OFF DEPLOY PLAN - MASL : B153729

Unit deployment planning; unit movement plans; plans and conduct of movement training; COMPASS/AUEL; unit movement automation; preparation of unit supplies and equipment; hazardous cargo by surface mode; plan and conduct CONUS highway operations; convoy documentation; marshalling procedures; use of containers in unit deployment; rail movement planning; railway equipment characteristics and use; blocking, bracing, packing, crating and tie down procedures and equipment for all modes; rail load out exercise; host nation rail; sea deployment, strategic airlift, A/DACG operations, preparation of supplies, equipment and personne l for movement by air, and building a 463L pallet; unit deployment through the sea port of embarkation; use of Military Shipping Labels (MSL) (TC-ACCIS familiarization); port support activity; prepositioned stocks are mentioned in several blocks of instruction; and theater reception and redeployment.

UNIT SUPPLY SPECIALIST - MASL : B152466

Procedures used to request, receive, store, issue, and maintain or establish accountability of individual, organizational, installation and expendable/durable supplies and equipment; maintain security and administration of a unit arms room, and organizational maintenance of small arms; setup and operate a computer system, install and use DA Pam 25-30, use automated forms program to create selected forms, and use the ULLS-S4 automated supply program to operate and manage the supply operation at unit/organizational level.

UNIT SUPPLY SPECIALIST ANCOC - MASL : B152467

Inspections; leadership; operations management; correspondence; briefing techniques; effective listening; personnel management; the enlisted promotion system; non-commissioned officer development; military justice; safety; threat; Army and platoon operations; technical assistance to units; requesting and posting changes to authorization documents; maintaining status of funds (Tactical Unit Financial Management Information System/Standard Financial System/Self Service Supply Center; TUFMIS/STANFINS/SSSC); manual property book procedures; unit readiness (DA Forms 2406 and 2715); supply services; maintenance and transportation in the theater of operations, and methods of obtaining relief from responsibiilty for property. Automated data processing training will be limited to subjects such as fundamentals of automation and introduction to the operation of the Unit Level Logistics System S-4.Inspections; leadership; operations management; correspondence; briefing techniques; effective listening; personnel management; the enlisted promotion system; non-commissioned officer development; military justice; safety; threat; Army and platoon operations; technical assistance to units; requesting and posting changes to authorization documents; maintaining status of funds (Tactical Unit Financial Management Information System/Standard Financial System/Self Service Supply Center; TUFMIS/STANFINS/SSSC); manual property book procedures; unit readiness (DA Forms 2406 and 2715); supply services; maintenance and transportation in the theater of operations, and methods of obtaining relief from responsibiilty for property. Automated data processing training will be limited to subjects such as fundamentals of automation and introduction to the operation of the Unit Level Logistics System S-4.

UNIT SUPPLY SPECIALIST BNCOC - MASL : B152468

Provide a training overview of the capabilities, purpose, use, and alternate CP configurations of the FBCB2 system. Also provide training on how FBCB2 integrates with other ABCS systems

UNIVERSAL GROUND SPOTTER - MASL : P124513

JOINT TERMINAL ATTACK CONTROLLER - N03L8L1

To provide initiate and refresher instruction on the basics of requesting and controlling/

adjusting mortars, artillery, naval air support.

The course offers initial and refresher training on the fundamental skills requisite to request, adjust, and control mortars, artillery, naval gunfire, and close air support aircraft. Additionally, instruction addresses "standard" not "special" missions. Enlisted men and officers who are serving in a surveillance, reconnaissance, or target acquisition billet/assignment (JTAC Candidates, Reconnaissance Marines, Navy Special Warfare, Scout/Snipers, Forward Observers, etc.) are the target population. The resident course entails 15 hours of classroom lecture, 15 hours of practical application on simulation systems, and 6 hours of testing and practical evaluation on simulation systems.

Prerequisites:

OTHER E-6 and above who is serving in a surveillance, reconnaissance, or target acquisition billet/assignment. E-5 students may be granted a waiver on a case by case basis.

PREREQUISITES PAYGRADE E6

SPECIAL NOTE: Course is taught on an unclassified basis, however, all IMS must have a Secret security clearance annotated on their invitational travel orders (ITO) in order to be admitted to the classroom area. IMS without such a clearance annotated on their ITO will not be admitted to the classroom spaces and cannot attend training.

UNIX SOLARIS/LAN OV (KS) - MASL : P179365

GIS COMPUTER NETWORK OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (KOREA)

Through Classroom presentation with simulations and tactical equipment use where appropriate this course provides the student a detailed knowledge of the gis element Advanced Processing Services (APS), enclosures, and AN/UYQ-70 based tactical display equipment theory, operation, and maintenance. The course covers the physcial, functional, and operational elements of the gis Advanced Processing Services (APS). Also included, are the Mission Critical Enclosures (MCE) and Commercial-Off-The Shelf (COTS) related equipment Functional and operational description of the AN/UYQ-70 tactical display equipment will be discussed. Basic operation of the ORTS, to include Fault Detection and Fault Isolation (FD/FI) testing of the MCE cabinets will be included. Other areas covered will be ADS, ADS Command Role, and submode operations to support warfare operations.

Prerequisites: General knowledge of electronics. Normal Color Vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Successful completion of the UNIX for SOLARIS/LAN Overview Course

Maximum Number of Students per Class: 24

UNRP E/E CNTR(INACT @ EWL) - MASL : P149302

UNREP ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC CONTROLS MAINTENANCE

To provide training in the maintenance, operation and repair of UNREP electrical and electronic control systems. To provide training in maintenance, operation and repair of the STANDARD ELECTRONIC MODULES (SEM) controller for 4th generation tension and speed winches. The first week of instruction is designed to provide the student with basic knowledge in cargo and fuel STREAM operations as well as a fundamental understanding of hydraulic theory. Also provided are necessary alignment procedures for the STANDARD ELECTRONIC MODULES (SEM) electronic controls for the 4th Generation Highline Winch. The second week of instruction is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and related knowledge to troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and align UNREP Electrical Electronic controls of the 4th generation tension winches. Basic knowledge of the Ram tensioner, Ram position indicator, and Automatic Ram controls are also included. The third week of instruction provides the student with the necessary skills to maintain and troubleshoot the electrical control for the Electric Drive/RAM Drive (HPU) sliding block, three speed/two speed Saddle winches. Basic knowledge of the Ram tensioner, Ram position indicator, and Automatic Ram controls are also included. The student will acquire knowledge in electro-hydraulic closed loop servo systems. NEC 4668 will only be granted with satisfactory completion of the three week course.

PREREQUISITE INFO: An individual will be disqualified immediately if he/she: 1. Has had in the last ten days or is currently being treated for pneumonia, bronchitis or asthma. 2. Has any fractures, sprains, splints or casts. 3. Is pregnant. The following conditions require evaluation by a corpsman and decision rendered regarding training suitability prior to an individual s participation: 1. History of heart disease or stress related chest pain. 2. Current nasal congestion or an ear, nose or throat infection. 3. Within ten days of post operative procedure (minor surgery). 4. Taking any medications. 5. On limited/light duty or had a tooth extraction within the last seventy-two hours. 6. History of prior heat exhaustion or heat stroke. 7. Any other condition that may affect ability to complete the course. 8. Unable to participate in or complete the PRT, or does not meet body fat requirements.

UNRP MECH HYD(INACT @ EWL) - MASL : P149303

UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT MECHANICAL AND HYDRAULIC COMPONENT MAINTENANCE

This course has been designed to provide students from the Machinist s Mate (MM) and Engineman (EN) ratings, E-4 through E-9, with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain, troubleshoot and repair underway replenishment equipment and hydraulic systems aboard underway replenishment ships, under normal and emergency condition. The Underway Replenishment (UNREP) Mechanical and Hydraulic Component Maintenance Course is group-paced and is divided into two phases with practical hands-on instruction with selected components. Phase I includes training (theory and practice) in basic hydraulics (first 3 weeks). Phase II consists of training for various hydraulic transmissions and components, including: Navy Standard Denison (NST-D), Navy Standard Vickers (NST-V) and 4th Generation Denison. This course is designated High Risk by CNETINST 1500.20 (series). Prerequisite Info: Medical screening by parent command is required prior to arrival to ensure individuals are medically qualified to participate in the course. Orders must be stamped or typed with "MEDICALLY QUALIFIED". An individual will be disqualified immediately if he/she: 1. Has had in the last ten days or is currently being treated for pneumonia, bronchitis or asthma. 2. Has any fractures, sprains, splints or casts. 3. Is pregnant. The following conditions require evaluation by a corpsman and decision rendered regarding training suitability prior to an individual s participation: 1. History of heart disease or stress related chest pain. 2. Current nasal congestion or an ear, nose or throat infection. 3. Within ten days of post operative procedure (minor surgery). 4. Taking any medications. 5. On limited/light duty or had a tooth extraction within the last seventy-two hours. 6. History of prior heat exhaustion or heat stroke. 7. Any other condition which may affect ability to complete the course. 8. Unable to participate in or complete the PRT; does not meet body fat requirements.

UNWTR DEMOL/SEAL INDOC - MASL : P124302

Toprepare prospective officer and enlisted personnel physically and psychologically for the rigorous twenty-five week (BUD/S) curriculum. A progressive approach to physical conditioning of running, swimming, calisthenics and obstacle course. Attention is given to sufficient recovery time between physical evolutions to eliminate injuries due to fatigue and poor conditions, with emphasis on achieving a passing score on the BUD/S physical screening test. This course is HIGH-RISK.

UNWTR DEMOL/SEAL TRNG BAS - MASL : P124301

Totrain officer and enlisted personnel of the U.S. Navy in the basic skills for duty with SEAL Teams. Physical and mental conditioning, including extensive physical training, distance running and swimming; beach reconnaissance and survey techniques; small unit tactics; practical demolition techniques; principles of diving; and open and closed circuit SCUBA diving.

PREREQUISITES: GENDER=M. U.S. or foreign Navy officer or enlisted personnel, not over twenty-eight years of age. Applicants must meet the physical standards for diving duty and must be in good physical condition in order to withstand the rigors of this training. The application to be submitted in the format prescribed by MILPERSMAN art. 1410380. Course content is unclassified. Prospective U.S. SEAL personnel should be clearable to SECRET - if not held, should be initiated. This course is HIGH-RISK.

Must complete BUD/S INDOCTRINATION Course (K-431-0037) and successfully pass BUD/S Physical Screening Test.

USA C&GSC OFF PREPARATORY - MASL : B171782

Attended by all international officers, officers from other U.S. military services, and U.S. Army Chaplain, Judge Advocate General, and AMEDD officers. It is a course in U.S. military and U.S. Army terminology, organization, tactics, logistics, and management. It also provides the international officers with an appreciation of the political, social, and economic factors which have bearing on U.S. people, their traditions, and their way of life.Attended by all international officers, officers from other U.S. military services, and U.S. Army Chaplain, Judge Advocate General, and AMEDD officers. It is a course in U.S. military and U.S. Army terminology, organization, tactics, logistics, and management. It also provides the international officers with an appreciation of the political, social, and economic factors which have bearing on U.S. people, their traditions, and their way of life.

USA FLIGHT SURGEON PRIMARY - MASL : B175260

The course covers Army regulations pertaining to aviation medicine, Army flightsurgeon responsibilities and procedures, Army Flying Duty Medical Exam administration, Army aviation organization and operations, rotary wing rodynamics, aviation safety, aircraft accident investigation, flight physiology, aviation medicine issues of clinical specialties, health service support of aviation units and operations, romedical evacuation, and deployment medicine issues of the aviation operation enviroment.The course covers Army regulations pertaining to aviation medicine, Army flightsurgeon responsibilities and procedures, Army Flying Duty Medical Exam administration, Army aviation organization and operations, rotary wing rodynamics, aviation safety, aircraft accident investigation, flight physiology, aviation medicine issues of clinical specialties, health service support of aviation units and operations, romedical evacuation, and deployment medicine issues of the aviation operation enviroment.

USA SERGEANTS MAJOR ACAD - MASL : B171200

The Sergeants Major course is a task-based, performance-oriented, scenario-driven course of instruction designed to prepare promotable Master Sergeants for Sergeants Major and Command Sergeants Major positions within a force projection army. Major subject areas include leadership, combat operations, and sustainment operations. Specific areas of study include team-building, communicative skills, national military strategy, training management, force projection, operations other than war, Reserve Components, and a professional development electives program. The course integrates the learning objectives from the Battle Staff NCO course, the Master Fitness Trainer course, and facilitator training. To identify battle-staff qualification, graduates will receive the ASI2s upon successful completion of the course. Additionally, qualified students who successfully complete master fitness training during extension studies will receive the ASIP5. Course emphasis is on skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for Sergeants Major to excel in positions of greater responsibility throughout the defense establishment.

USA SGT MAJ ACAD PREP - MASL : B171201

In-processing; orientation; duties and functions of the International Military Student Office; federal, state, city, local, installation, and USASMA regulations and policies; currency; living allowances; conduct and personal appearance; dependent care; firearms; off-limits establishments; medical and dental examinations; emergency care; leaves and passes; travel; overview of the Sergeants Major course, International Fellows Program, Informational Program, and the Physical fitness training program; team building and group process; preparation for class, briefings, and presentation; using the Learning Resource Center; U.S. Army uniform equivalents; USASMA history and command briefing; techniques of military briefing; Army writing; military acronyms and abbreviations; country brief standards; NCO history and museum tour; American military culture, customs and courtesies; understanding and expecting cultural differences; human rights issues; computer training using Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, and maintaining an e-mail account on a newly issued notebook computer and printer; Informational Program includes the history of El Paso, Fort Bliss, and the southwestern area of the U.S.; city, county, state, and federal governments and law enforcement agencies, and introduction to a ten-month study of the culture and lifestyle of the American society.

USAF CENTRIFUGE TNG CRS - MASL : D128025

A two-track course that provides qualification (Track 1) and refresher (Track 2) centrifuge training to Air Force and other non-DOD and FMS aircrews. AFI 11-404 provides a detailed description of the centrifuge training requirements. Instructs aircrews in procedures and techniques for increasing High G tolerance. Classroom instruction provides information on High G physiology, proper anti-G straining techniques, and prevention of G-Loss of Consciousness. Centrifuge runs provide aircrews an opportunity to practice an effective anti-G straining maneuver and also provide an assessment of the aircrew''s ability to transition to high-G aircraft. Completion of the appropriate track of centrifuge training is a prerequisite for entry into all fighter formal training courses. * The retraining program is 3 days. This program is for aircrews who fail qualification training. Refer to AFI 11-404 for additional information.

USAF LIFE SCI EQUIP INVEST - MASL : D122094

NOTE: Course number L3AZR 1T171 000 will be replaced by course number L3AZR1T171 0L1A effective with the 7 Nov 06 class. Provides the knowledge to conduct the life sciences equipment portion of a Safety Investigation Board (SIB). Familiarize students with aircraft safety investigation board responsibilities, mishap investigation techniques, and formal report writing.

USAF OCCUPATIONAL MED. CRS - MASL : D175158

This is a basic course on the practice of routine occupational medicine in the US Air Force. It is intended for physicians relatively new to flight medicine and family madicine practitioners (physicians and physician assistants) who see occupational medicine patients as part of their practice. On a space-available basis, the course will be open to nurses and independent duty medical technicians. Topics covered in the course will include various clinical situations frequently encountered in occupational medicine, common occupational hazards along with their epidemiology, pathophysiology, and surveillance, clinic administration issues, and information on broader system issues relevent to practicing occupational medicine in the Air Force.

USAF SENIOR NCO ACADEMY - MASL : D171029

Conducts an advanced professional military education program for selected senior NCOs to better prepare them for their leadership responsibilities by expanding their leadership and managerial capabilities and their perspective of the military profession. The curriculum, designed to meet senior NCO needs, consists of lectures and small group work seminars. The principal instructional method is the 12 to 14 member-guided discussion. In this forum, students share ideas and experiences and work collectively to achieve various educational objectives. Members of the Academy''s faculty and speakers from AU, Headquarters USAF, other commands, and civilian agencies lecture at the Academy. The Academy curriculum is based on the belief that the senior NCOs attending the course bring with them some understanding and competence in all areas of the curriculum. Curriculum modules include: Communications Skills, Profession of Arms, and Leadership and Management (Behavior Analysis, Human Relation Development, and Organizational Management) and Combined Ops.

UTIL HELO REPAIRER (UH-1) - MASL : B141032

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

UTILITIES EQUIPMENT REPAIRER - MASL : B194098

1. POI 662-52C10 Phase 1 is the consolidated ITRO portion of the course. Both US Army and US Marine Corps students will attend Phase 1 collectively. Phase 1 subjects include: Fundamentals of electricity, soldering/de-soldering, refrigeration theory and components, EPA mandated certification, service, diagnose and repair refrigeration, ice making, and air conditioning equipment.

2. POI 662-52C10 Phase 2 is unique only to US Army students. Subjects include: Maintenance management, workplace environmental awareness (HAZCOM), electrical diagrams and schematics, maintenance of compact air conditioners, space/personnel vehicular heaters, and to operate/service HALON, GETZ, and DPSU fire extinguishers systems.

NOTE: US Marine Corps students will also be required to complete the subjects in POI 720-1161 (OS) (USMC) Phase 2 (Basic Refrigeration Mechanic) following completion of POI 662-52C10 Phase 1.

This phase covers maintenance management, workplace environmental awareness (HAZCOM), electrical diagrams and schematics, maintenance of compact air conditioners, space/personnel vehicular heaters, and to operate/service HALON, GETZ, and DPSU fire extinguishers systems.

UTILITIES EQUIPMENT REPAIRER - MASL : B194078

Totrain entry level students the basic skills and knowledge required to perform unit, direct and general support maintenance tasks on tactical refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, forced air heaters, Halon fire extinguisher recharger, Halon fire extinguishers and the Bottle Cleaning/Charging Station.Totrain entry level students the basic skills and knowledge required to perform unit, direct and general support maintenance tasks on tactical refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, forced air heaters, Halon fire extinguisher recharger, Halon fire extinguishers and the Bottle Cleaning/Charging Station.

UTILITIES OPN & MAINT TECHNICIAN WO BASIC - MASL : B174867

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

UTILITIES SYS APR - MASL : D148211

This course provides training for Air Force personnel in the Enlisted Classification Directory for the 3E431 AFSC. Training includes the fundamentals of utilities systems, water systems and waste water systems; installation of fixtures; repair and maintenance of plumbing systems; repair of interior piping systems; repair of exterior piping systems; backflow prevention; and utilities equipment. The AF-unique portion of this consolidated tri-service course includes Air Force Civil Engineer organization and Utilities Career Field structure; utilities-specific mathematics, biology and chemistry; fundamentals of water and wastewater treatment; special systems; and utilities-specific contingency operations.

VALVE/STEAM TRAP MT - MASL : P145273

Totrain personnel to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on all types of valves, orifice, and fire safe fuel oil strainers as found in a shipboard propulsion plant and its supporting auxiliary system. Scope: This course requires the students to describe information and perform organizational level preventive and corrective maintenance on valves, valve actuators, steam drain orifice, filters and strainers. Particular emphasis is placed on developing the maintenance behavior and skills necessary to analyze components malfunctions and failures and to accomplish/supervise the preventive or corrective maintenance required. In addition to actual maintenance procedures, the training addresses the use of applicable technical reference materials, maintenance tools and their usage and submission of maintenance documentation. Practical maintenance skills are developed or reinforced on valves, valve actuators, steam drain orifice, filters and strainers installed in the fleet.

VBSS TEAM TRAINING - MASL : P124013

VBSS TEAM TRAINING

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE/ * - MASL : D148023

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

VETERINARY FOOD INSP SP (BASIC) - MASL : B175239

Provides enlisted personnel the techniques used to determine identity, condition, and quality in the food groups; red meats to include pork, waterfoods, poultry, eggs, dairy products, fresh fruit and vegetables, and semi perishables. Sampling procedures and forms; contract administration; basic food inspection procedures to include sensory evaluation; and basic food establishment sanitation. Safety and quality assurance procedures; surveillance inspection and veterinary preventive medicine. Work uniform required.Provides enlisted personnel the techniques used to determine identity, condition, and quality in the food groups; red meats to include pork, waterfoods, poultry, eggs, dairy products, fresh fruit and vegetables, and semi perishables. Sampling procedures and forms; contract administration; basic food inspection procedures to include sensory evaluation; and basic food establishment sanitation. Safety and quality assurance procedures; surveillance inspection and veterinary preventive medicine. Work uniform required.

VISUAL INFORMATION MANAGER - MASL : B164598

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a visual information manager. The scope of training includes: identifying the mission and functions for a visual information center, deployment of VI assets, management of VI resources, budgeting, customer relations, ethics and safety considerations. Includes in-depth theoretical and working knowledge of how VI functions within the Department of Defense and the individual services. All students must be prepared to develop and conduct a persuasive power point briefing to improve their VI center. Students are highly recommended to bring a multimedia product (videotape, brochure, web site, cd) utilized for marketing their VI facility. A copy of their mission/vision statement and other descriptive literature or brochures would also be useful.

VLS DOCKSIDE LOADING - MASL : P195126

VERTICAL LAUNCHING SYSTEM DOCKSIDE LOADING

SYNOPSIS: This course will provide the student with the training to conduct the shore-based VLS on/offload operation with emphasis on communications between ship s force and shore-based personnel. Procedural guidance for this course is contained in the technical manual for VLS Canister Dockside Handling Procedures. The dockside handling course is approximately 20 percent classroom training and 80 percent practical hands-on application.

Topics include:

1. Safety overview

2. Handling equipment familiarization

3. Handling and support equipment arrangement and set up

4. Handling equipment and PHS&T equipment maintenance

5. Support documentation

If requested, the course can be taught as a familiarization course for personnel not working in the dockside onload/off-load area. The familiarization course would be conducted as a demonstration and students would not be ceritified or recommended for certification.

PREREQUISITES: Basic hand tool operating skills. Ability to read and comprehend technical documentation and work instructions. Ordnance handling experience and background is helpful. This class is for personnel who are actually going to perform Dockside handling operations and requires a signalman, rigger/handler, ordnance certified crane operator and ordnance certified forklift operator. If conducted as a familiarization course at PHD NSWC student prerequisites are waived and students will not be certified.

MINIMUM / MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: Class is limited to 4 to 6 students and 2 observers. Students include signalman, rigger/handler, ordnance certified crane operator and ordnance certified forklift driver. If conducted as a familiarization course, student prerequisites are waived and students will not be certified or recommended for certification.

TARGET AUDIENCE: VLS dockside operation technicians, supervisors and support personnel

VLS ISEA/FSR TRNG - MASL : P195125

"USN MK 41 IN-SERVICE ENGINEERING AGENT/FIELD SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (ISEA/FSR) COURSE"

SYNOPSIS: The VLS Basic ISEA/FSR Training Course is the major system theory, operation, fault isolation, and repair course. Course provides students with in-depth theory; experience and safety awareness required to operate/maintain and repair the Mk 41 Vertical Launching System. Course also provides instruction designed to assist in system installation and check-out. Students will learn operational theory and "next higher level" fault isolation from a systems view with emphasis on the interaction between the major equipment components of VLS and the interaction between VLS and the Weapon Control System (WCS). This course is a requirement for all field service engineers and technicians planning to attain official certification as a VLS System Maintenance Technician (SMT). Successful completion of this course is required prior to performing work on the Mk 41 Launcher. Satisfactory completion of this course is the first requirement of the U.S. Navy Mk 41 VLS Personnel Certification Program. Additional field experience is required prior to applying for SMT certification. Official SMT certification is granted by PHD-NSWC after completion of the PCP. This course is offered to foreign navies who have adopted a similar PCP to certify their own MK 41 VLS installation and operational personnel, subject to NAVSEA concurrence. Topics include: Introduction to the Mk 41 Vertical Launching System, Gas Management System, Power Distribution System, Deluge, Sprinkler, Launcher Drainage and Plenum Drain Systems, Anti-Icing System, Launch Functions and Launch Control System, System Installation and Special Test Equipment, Strikedown and Replenishment System, System Fault Isolation, Data Reduction, and Missile Safety Report. TARGET AUDIENCE: Engineers and Technicians entering the Mk 41 VLS Personnel Certification Program (PCP) and others requiring an in-depth understanding of the theory, operation, fault isolation and repair of the Mk 41 Vertical Launching System. NOTE: Military personnel must be graduates of a Mk 41 VLS O&M or equivalent course

VLS MK41(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P195985

Toprovide Naval personnel in the Gunner s Mate rating (E3-E9) with the technical knowledge and requisite skills necessary to operate, maintain, fault isolate and repair the Vertical Launching System MK-41 under limited supervision at the organizational level of maintenance. The equipment will be operated and maintained wherever installed and under all conditions of readiness.

SCOPE: Training includes: the theory and operation, troubleshooting procedures, PMS requirements and applicable safety precautions for the following components of the MK-41 Vertical Launching System:

1. VLS MK-41 GMLS

2. Status Panel

3. AN/UYK-20(V) Computer

4. AN/UYK-44(V) Computer

5. AN/USH-26(V) Cartridge Magnetic Tape Unit

6. OL-267(V)1/UYK Data Terminal Group

7. AN/USQ-69(V) Data Terminal Set

8. RO-530/UYK Line Data Printer

9. Sprinkler System

10. Ventilation System

11. Deluge System

12. Strikedown Elevator/Crane Assembly

13. Package, Handling, Storage and Transportation Equipment (PHST)

14. Strikedown Replenishment Equipment

15. Magazine Support Equipment

VLS MK41(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P122061

Provides personnel in the gunner s mate missile rating with the technical knowledge and requisite skills necessary to operate and maintain the System under limited supervision at the organizational level of maintenance.Training includes the theory and operation, troubleshooting procedures, PMS requirements and applicable safety precautions for the following components: 1. VLS MK-41 GMLS 2. Status Panel 3. AN/UYK-20(V) Computer 4. AN/UYK-44(V) Computer 5. AN/USH-26(V) Cartridge Magnetic Tape Unit 6. OL-267(V)1/UYK Data Terminal Group 7. AN/USQ-69(V) Data Terminal Set 8. RO-530/UYK Line Data Printer 9. Sprinkler System 10. Ventilation System 11. Deluge System 12. Strikedown Elevator/Crane Assembly 13. Package, Handling, Storage and Transportation Equipment (PHST) 14. strikedown Replenishment Equipment 15. Magazine Support Equipment.

PREREQ INFO: Basic Electricity and Electronics(BE&E) background required. BE&E training

can be obtained using own country assets or by attending U. S. training course, Advanced Electronics Technical Core, A-100-0139.

TRAINING DELIVERY METHOD: AUTOMATED ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM (C) - TRAINING IN A TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED FACE-TO-FACE CLASSROOM SETTING THAT MAY INVOLVE USE OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.

VLS SHIPBD INSTALL/OVERHAL - MASL : P145501

The MK 41 VLS Installation and Checkout Course includes module and equipment receipt inspection and handling, planning and estimating requirements, installation, alignment and check-out support procedures and requirements. This training is also applicable to overhauls, which will include VLS module removal and re-installation. TARGETED AUDIENCE: Shipyard or other personnel requiring knowledge of installation and checkout procedures for installing the Mk 41 VLS into new ships. MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 1/12

VLS STNDRD MISS ENCAN/DECA - MASL : P195145

This course will provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to safety and efficiently install and remove STANDARD Missiles from the MK 13 VLS canisters and perform empty and loaded canister tests the MK 680 Combined Missile Test Set (CMTS). This Encan/Decan course includes, but is not limited to the following topics.

1. Safety overview

2. MK13 canister, MK 41 VLS and Standard Missile general overview

3. Missile inpsection

4. Pack and unpack missile from its shipping container

5. MK13 canister inspection, testing and maintenance

6. Missile encanisterization and All-Up-Round (AUR) testing

7. Installation and removal of canister PHS&T

8. Missile decanisterization

9. Canister code plug configuration

10. Canister Code Plug recertification

11. Canister S&A manual safing precautions and procedures

12. VLS support and test equipment maintenance, certification and overview

13. Support documentation overview

AVAILABILITY: Pre-scheduled courses at PHD NSWC are available on a reservation basis. Special courses either at PHD NSWC or in-country can be arranged depending on instructor availability.

TARGETED AUDIENCE: VLS Standard Missile maintenance technicians, supervisors, and support personnel.

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: Each class is limited to 4 to 6 students and 2 observers.

PREREQUISITES: Basic hand tool and computer operating skills. Ability to read and comprehend technical documentation and work instructions. Ordnance handling experience and background are helpful.

VLSMK41(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P195993

This is an FMS only version of the military Operation and Maintenance course taught at FTC San Diego and is tailored to meet the specific FMS requirements of a specific country and ship class. The course provides students with a basic understanding of how to operate the MK 41 VLS in all modes and configurations, observing all safety precautions. Students learn how to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as well as fault isolation and repair to the lowest replaceable unit using the required technical manuals and procedures. Operation and maintenance is taught from an equipment viewpoint. PREREQ INFO: Basic Electricity and Electronics(BE&E) background required. BE&E training can be obtained using own country assets or by attending U. S. training course, Advanced Electronics Technical Core, A-100-0148 (P139452) "Advanced Electronics Technical Core Self Paced".

VLSMK41(Deact-See TCC)(JA) - MASL : P195990

This is an FMS only version of the military Operation and Maintenance course taught at FTC San Diego and is tailored to meet the specific FMS requirements of a specific country and ship class. The course provides students with a basic understanding of how to operate the MK 41 VLS in all modes and configurations, observing all safety precautions. Students learn how to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as well as fault isolation and repair to the lowest replaceable unit using the required technical manuals and procedures. Operation and maintenance is taught from an equipment viewpoint.

PREREQ INFO: Basic Electricity and Electronics(BE&E) background required. BE&E training can be obtained using own country assets or by attending U. S. training course, Advanced Electronics Technical Core, A-100-0139.

VLSMK41(Deact-See TCC)(SP) - MASL : P195992

This is an FMS only version of the military Operation and Maintenance course taught at FTC San Diego and is tailored to meet the specific FMS requirements of a specific country and ship class. The course provides students with a basic understanding of how to operate the MK 41 VLS in all modes and configurations, observing all safety precautions. Students learn how to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance as well as fault isolation and repair to the lowest replaceable unit using the required technical manuals and procedures. Operation and maintenance is taught from an equipment viewpoint.

PREREQ INFO: Basic Electricity and Electronics(BE&E) background required. BE&E training can be obtained using own country assets or by attending U. S. training course, Advanced Electronics Technical Core, A-100-0139.

VOICE NETWORK SYS APPR - MASL : D132003

The course trains airmen and other Department of Defense personnel to perform duties prescribed in AFI 36-2108 for AFSC 2E633/2E653, Voice Network Systems Apprentice. Training includes fundamentals of telephony, telephone substation installation and maintenance, cabling, and cable terminations; circuit analysis, installation and maintenance of key telephones, modular key telephones and call directors, circuit analysis, installation and maintenance of Voice Protection Systems (VPS) equipment, Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) equipment, Station and Keyboard Programmable PBX Electronic Key Systems equipment, Basic Networking system equipment, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) equipment, Deployable Communication Switch equipment and Practices, and Global Communications equipment. Fundamentals of Digital Switching Systems (DSS), analog/digital conversion, and transmissions are reviewed. Operation and maintenance of the DSS, Management of the DSS utilizing troubleshooting techniques through the use of the Enhanced Maintenance Administration Position (EMAP) are covered and practiced. Fundamental knowledge of associated peripheral devices, i.e., printer, visual display units (VDU), attendant consoles, to include peripheral modules incorporated in the main frame is taught. Emphasis is placed on utilization of applicable technical publications. This course will use the following equipment for training: Nortel Networks SL-100 Voice Switch, Norstar Key System, Meridian 1 Option 11, Meridian 1 Option 61, Cisco Call Manager VoIP Suite, SB3865 Tactical Switch and Basic Access Module (BAM).

WARRIOR LEADER - MASL : B229002

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

WARRIOR LEADER COURSE - MASL : B129908

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

WARRIOR LEADER COURSE - MASL : B219906

Course Scope and Special Information

Effective 2005-10-15

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:Course Scope and Special Information

Effective 2005-10-15

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

WARRIOR LEADER COURSE (AI) - MASL : B219907

Course Scope and Special Information

Effective 2005-10-15

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:Course Scope and Special Information

Effective 2005-10-15

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

WATER TREATMENT SPECIALIST - MASL : B174861

Water purification and treatment equipment; storage facilities; distribution systems; site set-up operations, safety; environmental stewardship protection, and TRADOC-Mandated common military training (CMT) subjects.

WEAPONS CONTROLLER/MAP - MASL : D122009

To provide initial skills qualification training through the Security Assistance Training Program (SATP) for international officers who will perform duties as entry level weapons directors

WEAPONS SAFETY - MASL : D122091

NOTE: Course number L3AZR2W071 0C1A will replace course number L3AZR2W071 001 effective with the 10 Oct 06 class. This is a course number change only. The PDS code remains the same. Provides training for Air Force, ANG, Reserve, civilian, and international personnel who are assigned primary duty in weapons safety management. Includes the organization of the US Air Force safety program; governing nuclear and non-nuclear standards; support agreements; safety council/meetings; weapon safety training and education; weapon safety representatives; inspections and evaluation; flight line munitions operations; Operational Risk Management (ORM); weapons safety program management; mishap classifications and categories mishap investigation techniques; mishap reports; weapon safety inspection requirements; munitions storage methods; transportation of munitions; quantity-distance separations; weapons ranges, siting, waivers, exemptions, and deviations; site plan packages; Air Force explosive exemption data base, and contingency operations.

WEAPONS/ * - MASL : D142026

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

WEAPONS/MUNITIONS - MASL : D308001

Training teams are composed of DoD personnel for the purpose of training foreign personnel. This assistance is provided to meet specific training objectives in connection with the development of a countrys capability. It should be requested only after full consideration has been given to in-country capability and other DoD school training. Provided training is captured in the course title and reflected on the applicable training track line (wcn/suffix). Training is normally conducted at a specified location in the host country but can often be conducted for groups of internationals from different countries at a single locaton either in CONUS or OCONUS.

WEAPONS/SENSORS OFF NFO - MASL : P114029

Course Mission: Advanced NFO/AF NAV S/F training is designed to further enhance navigation, communication, and aircraft systems management skills developed in Advanced Core NFO/AF NAV Training. Emphasis shall be placed on teaching the principles, rules, and concepts necessary to conduct aggressive air-to-air intercepts by requiring their pilot to fly the assigned aircraft throughout a mission profile to engage a simulated enemy aircraft from a correct missile firing position. Crew coordination and mission priorities are stressed in this teach-to-objectives curriculum. Skill and performance level standards are outlined in the Enabling Objectives (EOs). Successful completion of this phase of training qualifies graduates for Advanced Jet Training.

Scope: Primary Instructional Methods: Lecture, self-paced and group-paced; aircraft mission simulator; flight tutorial; instructional television; learning centers.

Student Performance Measurement: a. Flight Support: Criterion reference testing is used for all examinations. b. Flight and Simulators: All events are subjectively graded using nominative reference measurement procedures. c. Final Phase Grade: Final flight support, flight, and simulator grades are combined algebraically and applied to the Navy Standard Scoring System in accordance with CNATRAINST 1500.4E.

WEATHER EQUIP SPEC - MASL : D146003

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** This course replaces E3ABR2E132 002/0A1A, Meteorological and Navigation Systems Apprentice, initial skills course. Note AFS name change. This course offers initial skills training on Airfield Systems equipment to include meteorological, navigational, and air traffic control communications systems. Students learn to align, calibrate and troubleshoot an Instrument Landing System (ILS), Very High Frequency Omnirange (VOR), Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN), Automatic Meteorology Station (AMS), Digital Voice Recorder (DVR), Enhanced Terminal Voice Switch (ETVS), and a Very High Frequency (VHF) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) transmitter, receiver and transceiver. Students also receive training in the use of test equipment to include oscilloscopes, frequency counters, signal generators, digital multimeters, voltmeters, wattmeters, spectrum analyzers, distortion analyzers, power meters, audio oscillators, and telephone test sets. Training also includes Safety, Operational Risk Management, Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS), Technical Orders, Schematics, Air Expeditionary Force (F), and Flight Inspection and Facility Certification information.

WEATHER OFFICER - MASL : D121079

COURSE IS SCHEDULED TO RESTART WITH THE 7 MAR 06 CLASS ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in ( Smith Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Smith Manor, bldg 7315), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-377-3803/9976: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** This course provides training for entry level officers in AFSC 15W1. The major subject areas taught in the course include weather support, climatology, analysis techniques, satellite, WSR-88D Doppler Radar, Operational Weather Squadron (OWS) data terminal, special topics such as weather observations and equipment, tropical weather and oceanography, aircraft hazards, Numerical Weather Predicition (NWP) products, and operational weather squadron forecast laboratory.

WEATHER SPEC - MASL : D121008

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm ************** IMPORTANT NOTICE ************** If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in (Smith Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Smith Manor, bldg 7315), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-377-3803/9976: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return. ******************************************************************************************************** Course prepares Air Force weather forecaster apprentices for a career in the 1W0X1/A career field. The scope of training includes training in basic, intermediate, and advanced meteorology. Meteorological reports and computer operations are also covered. Other topics include: satellite meteorology, weather chart analysis, weather radar, weather products, tropical meteorology, synoptic level analytical meteorology, weather prognosis techniques, forecasting weather elements to include severe weather, synoptic lab, forecasting lab, and a unit on the weather career field and weather equipment.

WEATHER/ * - MASL : D121012

Familiarization (FAM) training offers over the shoulder observer training in an operational environment. It consists of general training objectives and normally complements the formal training that was received at the beginning of the students training pipeline. Familiarization training is normally two (2) weeks in duration and completion of standard familiarization objectives is subject to the availability of equipment and the job requirements of the operational unit to which the student is assigned. Training duration can exceed two (2) weeks if the students country provides justification accompanied by specific training objectives. Familiarization training is normally tasked for scheduling approximately sixty (60) days prior to the completion date of the students preceding training.

WELDING ALUMINUM - MASL : P145422

This advanced welding course provides an in-depth working knowledge of gas metal arc and gas tungsten arc welding. The course teaches the following topics: characteristics of aluminum alloys, gas tungsten arc welding, gas metal arc welding, and non-destructive testing.

WELDING STEEL - MASL : P145421

This advanced welding course provides an in-depth working knowledge of shielded metal arc welding. The following topics are covered: shielded metal arc welding of mild- and high-yield steel, non-destructive testing, and carbon arc gouging/cutting.

NOTE:

WHEEL RECOVERY VEHICLE SPECIALIST - MASL : B144569

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

WHEELED VEHICLE MECHANIC - MASL : B144187

To perform unit and direct support level maintenance on automotive wheel vehicles; wheel vehicle operations; introduction to troubleshooting; fuel system maintenance; electrical system maintenance; power train maintenance; chassis, suspension, and steering maintenance; branke maintenance; preventive maintenance checks and services (PMCS); recovery operations; common maintenance subjects; TMDE; publications; maintenance forms; use and care of tools/power tools; shop safety; maintenance discipline; information systems security; physical fitness; and use of soldiers manual.

WHEELED VEHICLE MECHANIC BNCOC - MASL : B143312

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

WHEELED VEHICLE MECHANIC BNCOC (DL) - MASL : B143315

Maintenance management; supervision of unit maintenance on tracked and wheeled vehicles, NBCRS, PLS, HEMMT-LHS, and MHE; recovery operations; supply management; inspection techniques; unit defense; battlefield cannibalization techniques; maintenance of TMDE; training management; and basic leadership.

WINTER MOUNTAIN LEADERS CR - MASL : P121030

WINTER MOUNTAIN LEADERS

This course trains any military service and foreign personnel effective small unit leaders in cold weather/mountain environments and operations. Students are taught the necessary skills to enable them to plan, organize and lead operations, train their units for operations, and advise commanders and staffs up to the infantry battalion level.

This course of instruction is designed to bring the students to a high standard of technical and tactical proficiency in the skills particular to operations at the infantry platoon and company unit levels in a cold weather/mountainous (CWX/Mtn) environment. Course subjects include the following topics as they apply to a CWX/Mtn environment: safety principles, identifying weather conditions, prevention and handling of casualties, basic survival, navigation and route planning, individual and unit movement techniques, planning operations, bivouac routine, use of cold weather clothing and equipment, avalanche analysis, weapons employment considerations, ski/snowshoe movement, and ice reconnaissance. These skills are the base from which graduates will plan, train, organize and lead operations, and advise commanders and staffs up to the infantry battalion level.

Prospective students should be Commissioned Officers or Staff Non-Commissioned Officers.

Notes: Current field, garrison, living and hygiene facilities do not facilitate mixed gender training. Students must be in a ground combat element military occupational specialty and be in top physical condition and able to pass a physical screening the first day of the course. The physical screening test is modeled after the male standards for the Marine Corps physical fitness test; students must score a 225 unadjusted for age or altitude. Students must be screened for sickle cell traits and the enzyme deficiency G6PD before coming to this Training Center so they can identify results prior to rigorous physical training at high altitude. Students must not have medical problems that preclude participation in all training activities.

WIRE SYS INSTALLER/MAINT - MASL : B132462

Learn to install, operate, and perform unit level maintenance on cable and wire systems, to include Digital Group Multiplexers (DGM), Remote Multiplexing Combiners (RMC), repeaters, restorers, telephones, test stations, intermediate distribution frames, and related equipment. Configure DGM and RMC for operations. Install, operate, perform PMCS and unit level maintenance on COMSEC devices. Splices and maintains fiber optic cable systems. Perform tests on cable communications systems to ensure circuit and system quality. Tests circuits/groups to detect and locate line faults. Operate manual and motorized cable construction equipment. Climbs poles, as necessary, and assist in the construction of tactical cable and wire lines.Learn to install, operate, and perform unit level maintenance on cable and wire systems, to include Digital Group Multiplexers (DGM), Remote Multiplexing Combiners (RMC), repeaters, restorers, telephones, test stations, intermediate distribution frames, and related equipment. Configure DGM and RMC for operations. Install, operate, perform PMCS and unit level maintenance on COMSEC devices. Splices and maintains fiber optic cable systems. Perform tests on cable communications systems to ensure circuit and system quality. Tests circuits/groups to detect and locate line faults. Operate manual and motorized cable construction equipment. Climbs poles, as necessary, and assist in the construction of tactical cable and wire lines.

WMD TRAINING PROGRAM - MASL : D122103

NONE.

WOODWARD GOVERNOR EG-M MT - MASL : P145015

WOODWARD GOVERNOR MAINTENANCE

Woodward Governor Maintenance course is designed to provide enlisted personnel in paygrades E-5 and above (and equivalent military and civilian personnel) with knowledge and skills to perform maintenance on Woodward Governors: 2301 and associated actuators such as EGR, EGB-10C and EGP-2P.

Scope: The course consists of Safety Precautions; Oils for use in Hydraulic Governors; Basic Hydraulics; EG-R, EGB-10C, and EGB-2P Governor/Actuator; 2301 Electric Components; and EG-R, EGB-10C, and EGB-2P Maintenance.

WORK CENTER INSTRUCTOR - MASL : P145905

Provides designated junior officers and enlisted personnel the skills necessary to conduct formal training in a classroom or lab environment. Consists of instruction in planning learning objectives, development of lesson topic guides, instruction methods and techniques, and effective classroom communication with an emphasis on practical applications. Students will give a minimum of four video-taped oral presentations that will be critiqued and later reviewed by the student for enhanced learning and attainment of course objectives. Recommend that this course be taken immediately after completion of either Patrol Craft Hull Maintenance (P145903), Patrol Craft Propulsion Systems Maintenance (P145902), Patrol Craft Propulsion Systems Overhaul (P145907), or Outboard Motor Maintenance and Overhaul (P145906).

WORKSPACE TRAINER QUAL - MASL : P166308

WORKSPACE TRAINER QUALIFICATION PROGRAM - CNL-IDC-AP-1

Program The Workspace Trainer (WST) Qualification Program enables personnel to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct effective on-the-job training. Apprentice Trainers will complete the thirty hours of on-line content, activities, and performance tests.

As the military services become increasingly reliant on on-the-job training (OJT) as a training delivery method, there is an increased need for military personnel who possess instructional skills. The Workspace Trainer Qualification Program provides these skills. This course is strongly recommended to be completed prior to entry into the Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT) course.

WPNS (F-16 GUN & ALS)**FTD - MASL : D149190

Provides training for Air Force personnel, AFSC 2W1X1, in the skills and knowledge needed to perform duties on the F-16 Gun System.

WPNS AND TACTICS INSTR CRS - MASL : P122261

WEAPONS AND TACTICS INSTRUCTOR (WTI) COURSE

This course will visit several subject matters to include different aircraft trng, weapons systems, simulator training, classroom training, and observation.

PREREQUISITE: Representative from any foreign government that is requesting training must attend the Pre-Planning 3-day Conference in order to get a quota for course. Next planning conference will be in May 06 for course attendance/quota in Oct 06.

WSC-3 MAINTENANCE - MASL : P137006

WSC-3 MAINTENANCE

WSVDE OPERATOR & MAINT - MASL : P137035

WIDEBAND SECURE VOICE AND DATA EQUIPMENT (WSVDE) OPERATOR & MAINTENANCE TRAINING

X-RAY SPECIALIST - MASL : B175241

Phase 1 (24 weeks): Provides skill and knowledge training in radiography principles, with emphasis on radiographic procedures, principles of radiographic exposure, radiation protection, imaging equipment and techniques, radiographic film processing, evaluation of radiographs, and quality assurance. Foundational didactics include radiation biology, radiation physics, human structure and function, medical terminology, concepts of patient care, radiographic pathology, medical ethics and law, the role of radiography in the health care delivery system, and computer literacy. This phase includes laboratory practical exercises designed to test the validity of theories and concepts presented in the classroom. Manual skills are developed, refined and evaluated prior to clinical application. Phase 2 (22 weeks): Applicatory clinical training under the supervision of qualified radiographers and radiologists at selected U.S. Army medical facilities.Emphasis is to acquire competency in performing procedures/exams on actual sic k and injured patients.Phase 1 (24 weeks): Provides skill and knowledge training in radiography principles, with emphasis on radiographic procedures, principles of radiographic exposure, radiation protection, imaging equipment and techniques, radiographic film processing, evaluation of radiographs, and quality assurance. Foundational didactics include radiation biology, radiation physics, human structure and function, medical terminology, concepts of patient care, radiographic pathology, medical ethics and law, the role of radiography in the health care delivery system, and computer literacy. This phase includes laboratory practical exercises designed to test the validity of theories and concepts presented in the classroom. Manual skills are developed, refined and evaluated prior to clinical application. Phase 2 (22 weeks): Applicatory clinical training under the supervision of qualified radiographers and radiologists at selected U.S. Army medical facilities.Emphasis is to acquire competency in performing procedures/exams on actual sic k and injured patients.

YEOMAN A YN A - MASL : P165002

This course teaches students the administrative and organizational skills required of a Yeoman. Students receive training in the use of computers for such tasks as using the Internet to research issues, preparing spreadsheets, word processing, and data entry and retrieval. In addition, training is provided in administrative areas such as pay, transportation, travel and personnel matters.

Prerequisite: None.



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