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2008 Foreign Military Training: V. Course Descriptions--Part 1


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Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
January 31, 2008

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[This chapter contains the numeric list of courses and courses A through C; view others]

FMTR Course List

2ND CLASS SWIMMER TEST - MASL : P129490

Provides U.S. Navy personnel who already possess good swimming skills with the opportunity to become certified second class swimmers IAW NAVMILPERSMAN ART. 6610120, American Red Cross guidelines and OPNAVINST 3120.32 Series. Students will be provided with abbreviated instruction on abandon ship procedures, basic swimming strokes, survival floating and second class swimmer qualifications/requirements. Students will then be administered the second class swim test.

308 MSE/I - MS - MASL : P174015

MSDegree Program. This curriculum is designed for combat officers, and will enable the student to exploit emerging technologies to achieve war-fighting advantages. The students will blend their operational experience with a thorough technical education to expeditiously integrate new technological capabilities into operational applications. The officer will be able to evolve current tactics and doctrine to expeditiously leverage imminent technological advances.

This war-fighting oriented program provides a solid understanding of the principles and applications of systems engineering, and employs these principles to gain insight into operational problems. This program includes a core of courses, in fields of modeling, simulation, weapons, and sensors, that will enhance understanding and analysis of selected case studies and weapons systems.

The program is designed as a highly integrated graduate education experience. There will be lectures, team projects, and individual research as well as seminars from visiting experts. Each arriving officer is evaluated for existing knowledge, skills and competencies and an individual course of study developed.

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

361 OPER LOGISTICS - MS - MASL : P179918

"OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS, CURRICULUM 361" - 8 Quarter Course

This program provides education in mathematics, probability and statistics, physical science, economics, logistics and computer science. These disciplines supply the theoretical background for planning and analysis of Naval and Joint logistics. Scope: The course of study develops skills in computational capability, identifying relevant information, generating decision criteria and selecting alternatives. This education enhances performance in all duties throughout a military career, including operational billets, technical management assignments and policy making positions. Requirements for entry: A baccalaureate degree with above average grades is required. Completion of mathematics through single variable differential and integral calculus with above average grades is considered minimal preparation. Students without these quantitative prerequisites will be accepted in cases where their undergraduate records indicate that they are exceptional students and there are other indicators of potential. An APC of 325 is required. Waivers may be obtained with a one-quarter refresher.

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

369 SOFTWARE ENG PROG MSSE - MASL : P179129

369 SOFTWARE ENG PROG MSSE - This Software Engineering program at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School provides military and government graduate students with an opportunity to learn all aspects of software development and the skills needed to efficiently and reliably plan and create large-scale software systems using the best available tools. These skills are essential for officers and civilians responsible for acquisition, development or maintenance of military software.

The MSSE offers a four-quarter full-time curriculum with entry dates in October. An accredited Bachelors degree in computer science, computer engineering, or related field, with above-average grades in mathematics and at least two years of software development or maintenance experience is required for entry.

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

370 INFO TECHNOLOGY MGT MS - MASL : P179904

MSprogram. This curriculum provides officers with the knowledge of information systems technology to include computer and telecommunications systems, software engineering, networked and distributed applications, database management systems and decision support systems in the military services. Students will also gain proficiency in information systems, economics and management necessary for the critical management decisions needed in the development and utilization of complex and evolving computer-based military systems.

Information Technology Management is an interdisciplinary, graduate-level master s program integrating mathematics, accounting, economics, statistics, computer science, information systems, communications engineering, networks and management discipline.

NOTE: ATTENDANCE IS LIMITED TO 25 PER YEAR, WITH INPUT AS FOLLOWS: SPRING (MAR/APR)--13; FALL (SEPT/OCT)--12.

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

373 AIR-OCEAN SCIENCES-MS - MASL : P174235

MSdegree program. Thorough understanding of the principles governing the physical and dynamic properties of the ocean and atmosphere.

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

399 MODEL VIR ENVIRON - MS - MASL : P179067

This curriculum provides the student both fundamental and specialized courses in applied computer simulation technology and the application of quantitative analyses to human-computer interaction in simulation technology. Specific topics include object-oriented programming, artificial intelligence, software methodology, computer communications and networks, computer graphics, virtual worlds and simulation systems, physically based modeling, probability, statistics, stochastic modeling, data analysis and human performance evaluation.

MS degree program.

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

399 MODEL VIR ENVIRON -PHD - MASL : P179068

399 MODEL VIR ENVIRON -PHD

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

526 UNDERSEA WARFARE INTL - MASL : P179911

MSprogram. - 8 qtrs. Engineering fundamentals, physical principles, and analytical concepts that govern operational employment of undersea warfare sensors and weapons.

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

54H60-77 PROP I/MAINT - MASL : P141891

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Machinist Mates will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to perform, under close supervision, intermediate maintenance on the 54H60-77 Propeller, and Propeller Control, including cleaning, assembly, disassembly, inspection, minor repair, testing, and troubleshooting using applicable NAVAIR Publications and safety procedures, while assigned to Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department working environment. This course covers 54H60-77 propeller and propeller control intermediate maintenance. It includes propeller disassembly, dome assembly maintenance, blade assembly maintenance, propeller buildup procedures, propeller control disassembly and disassembly, and propeller group installation on QECA.

This course covers:

1. Introduction to the 54H60-77 Propeller Intermediate Level Theory and Application.

2. 54H60-77 Propeller Assembly Theory of Operation, Maintenance Procedures and Troubleshooting.

3. 54H60-77 Propeller Control Assembly Theory of Operation, Maintenance Procedures and Troubleshooting.

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

580 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING - MASL : P174270

580 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (MASTER OF SCIENCE IN SYSTEMS ENGINGEERING)

Systems Engineering at NPS provides a broad education in systems engineering methods and tools, and depth in a particular domain of application. Several domain tracks are offered, including combat systems engineering, ship systems engineering, and network-centric systems engineering. Other tracks are added, based on sponsor and student demand. The tracks consist of eight or more courses to gain depth in the domain area. These tracks complement the standard set of systems engineering courses. The curriculum is interdisciplinary and draws on courses from across campus.

Graduates will: Demonstrate the ability to identify, formulate, and solve operational, technical, and engineering problems in Systems Engineering and related disciplines using the techniques, skills, and tools of modern practice, including modeling and simulation. These problems may include issues of research, design, development, procurement, operation, maintenance or disposal of systems and processes for military applications.

Demonstrate proficiency in the systems engineering process, including defining requirements, conducting functional analysis, designing and architecting a system, analyzing it against requirements, allocation of requirements to sub-systems, conducting trade-off studies, determining the cost of the system, integrating human factors into the system, designing logistical supportability, and planning for its testing and evaluation.

Demonstrate proficiency in core skills of systems analysis, to include deterministic and stochastic modeling of systems, optimization, decision analysis, risk analysis, economic models, and lifecycle supportability analysis. This includes familiarity with combat simulations and combat modeling.

Demonstrate the ability to work as a team member or leader in a large systems engineering project, and to provide leadership in the systems engineering management process. The graduate must be able to interact with personnel from other services, industry, laboratories and academic institutions.

Students come from the uniformed services, civilian members of government, and from foreign military services. US Navy Engineering Duty Officers constitute a substantial portion of the students.

Course Start: July of each year.

Course Pre-requisites: Undergraduate degree, any discipline, or equivalent Engineering preferred.

Degree: Master of Science in Systems Engineering

681 REG SEC STDS-(MDE,SA, SUB-SAH AFRICA) MA - MASL : P179031

REGIONAL SECURITY STUDIES - MIDDLE EAST, SOUTH ASIA, AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

MAdegree program. Provides students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex inter-related environments pertaining to national security affairs, as well as addresses the interface between international politics, civil-military relations, and national security objectives. Places emphasis on the proper role of the military in a democratically elected government. Curricula focus is on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provides students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences. Students receive extensive exposure to human rights issues. Curricula under this program include the following area studies for Middle East, Africa, South Asia.

DEGREE: MASTER OF ARTS IN SECURITY STUDIES (MIDDLE EAST, SOUTH ASIA, AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA).

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

682 REG SEC STUDIES (FE/SEAS/PACIF)-MA - MASL : P179032

682 - REGIONAL SECURITY STUDIES - FAR EAST, SOUTHEAST ASIA, AND THE PACIFIC

MAdegree program. Provides students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex inter-related environments pertaining to national security affairs, as well as addresses the interface between international politics, civil-military relations, and national security objectives. Places emphasis on the proper role of the military in a democratically elected government. Curricula focus is on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provides students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences. Students receive extensive exposure to human rights issues. Curricula under this program include the following area studies for the Far East, Southeast Asia, and Pacific.

DEGREE: MASTERS OF ARTS IN SECURITY STUDIES (FAR EAST, SOUTHEAST ASIA, AND THE PACIFIC)

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

683 REG SEC STUDIES (WESTERN HEM)-MA - MASL : P179034

683 - REGIONAL SECURITY STUDIES - WESTERN HEMISPHERE

MSdegree program. MA degree program. Provides students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex inter-related environments pertaining to national security affairs, as well as addresses the interface between international politics, civil-military relations, and national security objectives. Places emphasis on the proper role of the military in a democratically elected government. Curricula focus is on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provides students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences. Students receive extensive exposure to human rights issues. Curricula under this program include the following area studies for the Western Hemisphere.

Degree: Master of Arts in Security Studies (Western Hemisphere)

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

684 NSA (EUR/USSR) MA - MASL : P179033

MSdegree program. MA degree program. Provides students with a wide knowledge and thorough understanding of the complex inter-related environments pertaining to national security affairs, as well as addresses the interface between international politics, civil-military relations, and national security objectives. Places emphasis on the proper role of the military in a democratically elected government. Curricula focus is on the history, culture, and religion of a specific region or country and provides students with a knowledge of current issues, economic and political structures and institutions, military forces, including strategic capabilities and policy implications, and geopolitical influences. Students receive extensive exposure to human rights issues. Curricula under this program include the following area studies for Europe and the USSR.

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

689 C DEF DEC MAKING/PLAN - MASL : P179029

DEFENSE DECISION-MAKING AND PLANNING (689C)

This curriculum prepares future strategists and planners by providing an understanding of the domestic and international variables involved in strategic planning, and the formulation of defense and security policy. It combines the three interrelated areas of general strategic studies, joint and combined planning, and international organization and negotiation to address the dynamic challenges of the future security environment.

This inter-disciplinary curriculum emphasizes the strategic interests and bjectives of the United States, its allies, and potential adversaries; the roles, structures, and effectiveness of nternational organizations and international law as they affect national security policy; the effects of arms control and threat proliferation; and the process of U.S., allied, and adversary strategic decision-making. U.S. students in this curriculum also have the opportunity to complete phase I JPME.

The program will accomplish its purpose by providing the specialized expertise, problem-solving skills, and management tools required by civilians and military officers (U.S. and international) to address current and emergent strategic planning problems. The NSA department is a unique environment in which to pursue this course of studies since its student body is inherently joint and combined, providing students with both a stimulating intellectual environment and an opportunity to establish networks and life-long working relationships with fellow officers from other services and countries.

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

689 CIV-MIL RELS&NATSEC-MS - MASL : P171403

This five quarter curriculum (15 months) leads to the M.A. degree in INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS at the Naval Postgraduate School and provides the student with a comprehensive understanding of the real problems surrounding civilian oversight of a professional military in a democracy. The program is designed for military officers (O-3 to O-5) and equivalent civilian officials. International students in this curriculum are fully integrated with U.S. students at the Naval Postgraduate School. As part of the degree, the students are required to complete a thesis that deals with a significant civil-military issue for their country. The program is also designed to provide graduates with the tools they need to initiate and teach civil-military relations programs in their own countries.

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

689B SEC BLDG PST-CFLCT ENV - MASL : P179028

"Curr. 689B - International Security Building Post-Conflict Environment " is designed to equip military officers and civilians from post-conflict nations (and from nations and NGOs assisting them) with the specialized expertise, problem-solving skills, and the management tools to build effective security institutions. The curriculum also will focus on mechanisms to keep these security institutions under democratic control, and to strengthen security in a way that helps support economic and political development. In addition, students will gain graduate-level expertise needed to deal with terrorist threats that threaten development efforts and to meet the political, organizational, and management challenges posed by broader peace support operations (PSO). COURSE APPROVED FOR EIMET.

This is a 15 month program, offered once a year, starting in September 02 and convening in Sept in each year thereafter. A MINIMUM COHORT OF 15-20 STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO CONVENE THE CLASS. Standard NPS admission procedures will apply for this course. Student selection will be coordinated with Navy IPO and DSCA.

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

689D CTERR POLICY&STRAT-MA - MASL : P173201

COUNTERTERRORISM POLICY AND STRATEGY- CURRICULUM 689D (MASTERS OF ART DEGREE IN SECURITIES STUDIES)

In January 2007, the National Security Affairs Department will launch a new track on Counterterrorism Policy and Strategy (689D). This five-quarter curriculum provides an understanding of the nature and dynamics of terrorist organizations, and the domestic and international variables involved in the formulation of counterterrorist policy. The curriculum allows the students to combine a regional focus with comparative courses that discuss terrorist organizations and operations, the financing of terror, legal and policing developments in counterterrorism, intelligence, and the military role in homeland defense.

The NSA department is a unique environment in which to pursue this course of studies since its student body is inherently joint and combined, providing students with both a stimulating intellectual environment and an opportunity to establish networks and life-long working relationships with fellow officers from other services and countries.

Requirements for Entry: A baccalaureate degree with above-average grades, fluency in written and verbal English, and a minimum TOEFL score of 220 is required for international students.

694 SECURITY STUDIES - PHD - MASL : P173401

DOCTOR OF PHILOSPHY IN SECURITY STUDIES

Security Studies is an interdisciplinary field based on the traditional academic disciplines of Political Science, History and Economics. The doctoral program in Security Studies seeks to equip students with the skills and knowledge required to do work of the highest professional quality in these areas, with emphasis on understanding the challenges and characteristics of modern security and defense policy. Successful completion of the program requires a minimum of two years of in-residence study beyond the Masters degree, and the completion of a doctoral dissertation of sufficient scope and quality to constitute an original and independent contribution to knowledge.

General Degree Requirements: The NSA doctoral program requires approximately one year of formal course work beyond the Masters degree. Required courses include advanced courses on qualitative methods, and a core sequence of seminars in strategic theory, international relations, international political economy, and American foreign policy, supplemented by a program of directed reading intended to prepare the student to take the qualifying examination. Additional courses, chosen to assist student in developing their dissertation topic, or to satisfy specific sponsor requirements will be incorporated based on individual circumstances. Such work will normally include a field of concentration comprised of four or more related courses in a single topical or regional specialty.

699 SPECIAL OPERATIONS -MS - MASL : P173200

The Special Operations Curriculum is designed to provide a focused course of study of the conflict spectrum below general conventional war. Graduates of this curriculum will possess a close knowledge of the broad range of factors involved in the planning and conduct of these forms of conflict and a detailed understanding of the role of special operations and related forces in U.S. foreign and defense policy. The curriculum examines the sources and dynamics of inter-state and intra-state conflict, the challenge these forms of conflict have posed and are likely to increasingly pose for U.S. security planning, the doctrinal and institutional evolution of the U.S. special operations community, the recent history of political violence and small wars in Latin America, Asia, and the Middle East, the history of irregular warfare, and contemporary perspectives on low intensity conflict resolution. These curriculum specific requirements are supported by a larger program of study, which provides the graduate with a broad background in the areas of international relations, comparative strategy, the technological revolution in military affairs, and advanced analytical methods.

MS DEGREE PROGRAM.

SPECIAL NOTE (1): This training is by "Invitation Only." The U.S. is not committed to this training until Invitation is received for transmittal to the appropriate Country Representative.

SPECIAL NOTE (2): Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

815 ACQUIS/CONT MGMT - MS - MASL : P179908

MSprogram. This is an interdisciplinary program which integrates mathematics, accounting, economics, finance, behavioral science, management theory, operations/systems analysis and specific courses in acquisition and contracting. Student input includes officers and civilians from all DoD services, the Coast Guard and other nations. The curriculum is designed to provide officers and civilians with the skills to serve effectively in hardware systems buying offices, field contracting offices, contract administration offices and contracting policy offices. 6 Qtrs

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

816 SYSTEM ACQUIS MGMT-MS - MASL : P179909

MSprogram. This is an interdisciplinary program designed to integrate business principles, management theory, operations/systems analysis, and engineering applications. It is uniquely tailored to Defense acquisition management and intensive exposure to the fundamental principles of the acquisition environment. The courses in this curriculum present the structure of acquisition management, the decisions and problems facing the defense acquisition manager, the various forces at work within industry and Government, and the impact of acquisition policies and strategies. Student input includes officers and civilians from all DoD Services, the Coast Guard and other nations. 7 Qtrs

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

819 SYS INVENTORY MGT MS - MASL : P179907

819 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT - MS

MS program.

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

A/C NDI TECH CLASS C1 - MASL : P141369

Totrain USN Aviation Structural Mechanics (Structures), and Marines MOS 6092 (E4 through E6), to perform aircraft nondestructive inspections, without direct supervision, afloat and ashore under all readiness conditions.

NOTE: MUST COMPLETE A PREPLACEMENT RADIATION MEDICAL EXAM AS PRESC. BY NAVMED P-5055. INCLUDES MED. HISTORY, THOROUGH PHYSICAL EXAM, COMPLETE BLOOD LINE STUDY AND URINALYSIS. NO WAIVERS.

A/C STRUCT RPR CORR CONTR - MASL : D141396

This course is designed to prepare the aircraft technician for the responsibilities and duties at an apprentice level in the aircraft structural maintenance career field. Students will learn to use tools ranging from basic hand tools to specialized tools. This course teaches them to repair, modify, and fabricate aircraft metal components and assemblies. They will also learn the theory of corrosion and to form a better understanding about common aircraft metals. Finally, students will learn the fundamentals of painting aircraft parts. 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 FUNDAMENTALS This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. Students are given an introduction to safety doctrine and practices. They will learn the characteristics and identification of common aircraft metals. Students learn shop mathematics, how to interpret technical drawings, and tool control. Students initially learn how to use simple tools such as: rulers, scribes, and dividers to develop metal layouts and cut them with non-powered equipment. Lastly, the student will use the same metal layouts to learn how to make different types of sharp bends. BLOCK II FABRICATION OF AIRCRAFT PARTS In block II, students will learn about setback and bend allowance-using tables and charts to calculate the minimum and maximum radius bends that can be accomplished. They will also fabricate a Simulated Aircraft Structure (SAS) utilizing their knowledge. Afterwards, they will learn to form a metal part by hand then by machine forming. BLOCK III PREPARATION FOR STRUCTURAL ASSEMBLY During block III structural assembly preparation, students advance and begin to use powered equipment and tools. They learn about the power shear and band saw and how they are used to cut out sheet metal. Rivet identification, rivet pattern and rivet layout is taught followed by pneumatic drilling, countersinking, and dimpling holes using the SAS. BLOCK IV CORROSION PREVENTION AND STRUCTURAL ASSEMBLY The students learn about technical orders and the principle of corrosion affecting common aircraft metals. They learn about hazardous materials and the importance of shelf life program for chemicals. The students learn about spray guns, spray pattern defects, chemical preservation, and application of primer on the SAS. The student is taught pneumatic riveting on the SAS. A protective coating is applied to the SAS. BLOCK V AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL REPAIR The students learn about classifying damage and stop-drilling cracks. They also learn about coating and corrosion removal. Lastly, they apply non-flush repair and a combination repair on the completed SAS. BLOCK VI SPECIAL ASSEMBLIES In the final block of instruction students learn about the most common hardware and fasteners used on aircraft. They will also learn how to manufacture aircraft tubing assemblies. The course concludes with a section on aircraft cables.

A/M32C-17 MBLE AIRCON I/M - MASL : P141871

A/M32C-17 MOBILE AIR CONDITIONER INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, the trainee will have sufficient knowledge /skills, including safety, operation, servicing, troubleshooting and repair procedures, use of refrigeration tools, test equipment and publications to perform, under limited supervision, intermediate maintenance on the A/M32C-17 Mobile Air Conditioner in the AIMD working environment.

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

A/M37M-2 FLUID PURIFIER - MASL : P141238

A/M37M-2 FLUID PURIFIER INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Aviation Ground Support Equipment Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including operation, testing, troubleshooting, and repair procedures, to perform, under supervision, intermediate maintenance on the A/M37M-2 Fluid Purifier, in an AIMD working environment.

This course covers:

1. Introduction to the Course, Publications, Principles of Operation, and Maintenance Information for the A/M37M-2 Fluid Purifier.

2. A/M37M-2 Fluid Purifier Operation, Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair.

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

A/S 32P19 FIRE TRUCK MAIN - MASL : D148180

Maintenance of vehicle engine, power divide, transmission, axle assemblies, power steering, brakes, air system, dispensing system, halon system, turret systems, winterization system, electrical system, air conditioning, and organizational maintenance of the A/S32P-19 fire truck. Safety emphasized in all areas.

ACFT FUEL SYSTEM MECH - MASL : D141044

The course trains airmen to perform duties prescribed in AFMAN 36-2108 for Aircraft Fuel Systems Apprentice, AFSC 2A634. Training includes an introduction to maintenance management, technical orders, and the Core Automated Maintenance System (CAMS). Also taught are basic fuel system designs, operating principles, and maintaining aircraft fuel systems with high emphasis on safety of personnel and equipment. In consideration of the group/size constraints imposed by the aircraft fuel systems equipment, certain modules of instruction were designed to permit simultaneous training and performance on the various tasks involved using a team and/or subgroup approach.

ACFT MAINTENANCE/OBS - MASL : D241010

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)

ACFT MIS/INV/PRE N/DOD MED - MASL : D175160

"Prepares non-DoD physicians for aircraft mishap investigation. Teaches student the skills and knowledge necessary to conduct a safe and proper collection and preservation of evidence. Teaches student to critically analyze data to detemine causation. Familiarizes student with the safety board process and resources for assistance. Privileged safety information is NOT included in this course. Otherwise, course material is virtually identical to the DoD Flight Surgeon AMIP course. Physicians will work in teams with psychologists and physiologists during certain aspects of the course."

ACFT PNEUDRAULICS SYS TECH - MASL : D141247

This course provides training in the fundamentals of pneudraulics at the apprentice level to enable students to become proficient on hydraulic and pneumatic principles, system theory, hydraulic system and subsystem operation, on-aircraft troubleshooting techniques and related system support equipment. 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 FUNDAMENTALS AND PUBLICATIONS This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. Instruction is provided on ground, back-shop, and flight line safety. Students learn the principles of flight, hydraulics, and pneumatics. They will also receive instruction on solving equations pertaining to basic pneudraulics principles, detailed instructions on the use of technical orders, as well as maintenance manuals and illustrated parts breakdown. BLOCK II TOOLS AND AIRCRAFT HARDWARE This block provides necessary information on the proper selection and care of hand tools and detailed instruction on the use of torque wrenches, calipers, and micrometers, allowing students to determine allowable tolerances of components. Students will receive instruction on safety devices and demonstrate proper safety procedures, learn to identify hydraulic fittings, seals, hydraulic fluids and lubricants used on aircraft pneudraulics systems. Additionally, students will fabricate a medium pressure hose assembly. BLOCK III MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT Block III provides students with the fundamentals and operation of shop equipment, aircraft jacks and maintenance stands. They learn to interpret support equipment schematics on the MJ-1-1 hydraulic test stand and MC-1A air compressor. They also learn to operate and adjust an MJ-1-1 hydraulic test stand to support aircraft hydraulic systems and sub-systems operational checkouts. Instruction is also provided on the operation of the MC-1A air compressor. Finally, students will operate and adjust pressure output to service aircraft pneumatic systems. BLOCK IV BASIC COMPONENTS OF A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM This block concentrates on the description and theory of operation of basic hydraulic system components. Items covered in the block include: hydraulic reservoirs, hydraulic pumps, pressure regulators, filters, accumulators, and selector valves. Students will arrange components in the required sequence to properly build an operable hydraulic system. They are instructed in the operation of an opened and closeed center hydraulic system. They will also learn proper servicing procedures of aircraft hydraulic reservoirs. Troubleshooting and inspection techniques are covered and students will use techniques learned to diagnose common malfunctions on hydraulic systems, pressure regulators and accumulators. BLOCK V SUBSYSTEM COMPONENTS During this block students will learn to use schematics and state the purpose of control valves; explain the operation of a hydraulic fuse, flow regulator, and a hydraulic flow equalizer. They will explain the purpose and operation of a pressure-reducing valve, methods for controlling sequencing valves and hydraulic system sequencing, as well as calculate three pressure settings for relief valves, and explain the operation of a hydraulic motor and how mechanical forces are developed. They will learn general procedures to overhaul and inspect a double-acting unbalance of actuating cylinders. BLOCK VI OPERATION OF PNEUDRAULIC SYSTEM AND SUBSYSTEMS Using schematics, students will learn the theory of operation of the A-37 hydraulic system and subsystems. They will perform an operational check of the hydraulic system and subsystems. Students will perform an operational check of the hydraulic system and

ACQUISITION LAW - MASL : B154028

Thsi MASL is used when ACQUISITION LAW is programmed.

ACSC - ASSOCIATE PROGRAM - MASL : D171025

ACSC''s nonresident correspondence and seminar programs are integral to the college, paralleling the resident school curriculum with a focus on war fighting at the operational level, doctrine, jointness, and the profession of arms. While the correspondence program is based on guided self-study, the seminar program is structured around self-study but enhanced by an interactive group classroom environment.Correspondence Program. This program is specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals who prefer self-paced learning opportunities. The curriculum, composed of three separate blocks (A, B, and C), covers three areas of instruction: communications, history, and foundations of doctrine; combat support, policy, and joint force planning; and operational art, campaign planning and execution, and global challenges. Students must pass a closed-book exam for each block of instruction and successfully complete a book analysis and writing assignment. The time limit for completing the correspondence program is currently 4 years. This limit is under review with a proposed 18-month completion period.Seminar Program. The 40-lesson seminar curriculum covers the same three areas of instruction as the correspondence program. Student-led seminars meet weekly for approximately 3 hours to discuss each lesson. Seminar members are required to lead lessons, give briefings, complete a book analysis and writing assignment, take closed-book examinations, and contribute to seminar discussions. Members normally complete the curriculum within 1 year of enrollment. Seminars run from August to June.

AD - MACHMATE COMMON CORE - MASL : P141620

Provides selected U.S. Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of Aircraft Power Plants, Related System Maintenance and Safety, to assimilate follow up specialized training in the Aviation Machinist s Mate (AD) rating. The course covers: general information in the field of Aviation Machinist s Mate rating, aviation safety, maintenance documentation, technical publications, theory and operation of gas turbine engines, troubleshooting, inspections, maintenance and repair of discrepancies on aircraft/power plants and related system s, tools, hardware, and basic corrosion control (C-600-3180, NAMTGE equivalent).

AD - TURBOPROP A/C FUND - MASL : P141622

Provides selected U.S. Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of Helicopter Aircraft Power Plants, Related System Maintenance, Safety, and to assimilate follow up specialized training in the Aviation Machinist s Mate (AD) rating. This course covers: General information in the field of Aviation Machinist s Mate rating, aviation safety, maintenance documentation, technical publications, theory and operation of gas turbine engines, troubleshooting, inspections, maintenance and repair of discrepancies on turboprop aircraft/power plants and related system, tools and hardware.

ADA CAPTAINS CAREER (WEB) - MASL : B17903W

This MASL is uded when requesting ADA Captain Career (WEB)

ADJUTANT GENERAL OFF ADV - MASL : B171590

Primary emphasis of training will be on teaching the student tasks, skills, and knowledge needed to be an effective personnel and administrative systems management officer (AOC 42B). Training will focus on problem-solving capabilities, managerial techniques, and character attributes needed to be a good leader.

ADV AEROSPACE MED/FGN - MASL : D175062

Designed for international flight medical officers/flight surgeons who have completed the rospace Medicine Primary Course (B30BY48G1-000) or a USAFSAM approved equivalent course in rospace medicine and have served at least 2 years as operational flight surgeons at base or squadron level. Not intended for those who have already completed advanced training or residency training in rospace medicine and are working as specialists in the field. The course emphasizes military rospace medicine. It also provides exposure to a wide range of rospace medical topics, including civil aviation medicine and space medicine. It enables students to address clinical rospace, hyperbaric, and global preventive medicine problems; to evaluate and control or resolve operational rospace medical problems; to perform the romedical/human factors aspects of aircraft mishap investigations and prevention, and to assume higher levels of responsibility in their rospace medicine careers. The USAFSAM Department of International Expeditionary Education and Training at Brooks City-Base will approve admission of all applicants based on their academic and physical qualifications and following recommendation of their respective government or air force. Formal training in Hyperbaric Medicine, as well as Occupational Medicine, will also be completed. Elective learning opportunities will be available to each student to pursue scientific projects pertinent to his or her Air Force. Oral presentations will be given by each student on his or her rospace Medicine system and a clinical romedical case presentation will be made at the Annual rospace Medicine Association meeting.Course Dates: One class per fiscal year; January - June annually.

ADV CALIBRATION TECH - MASL : P148363

Provides technical training in advanced electronic calibration concepts including theory, application and operation of test equipment and standards. Use and calibration of test equipment and standards for resistance, impedance, voltage, current, frequency, signal generation systems, power, and attenuation, including theory pertaining to fixed and swept measurements at microwave frequencies.

ADV COMPOSITE MTRL REPAIR - MASL : P141412

ADVANCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS REPAIR

Aviation Structural Mechanic (AM) will perform, under supervision, repairs to advanced composite materials in the AIMD working environment.

This course content will include the following Units of Instruction:

1. Introduction to Advanced Composite Materials Repair

2. Evaluation and Repair Criteria 3. Repair Procedures and Processes

PREREQUISITES: Female Non-Pregnancy Chit (To be administered in Week 1 of training). Graduate of AMH/S A School. Respirator Physical Required. Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. Contact Lens NOT AUTHORIZED.

ADV ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSTICS - MASL : D131104

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ADV FLIGHT CONTROL - MASL : P118403

Course is designed for engineers and scientists involved in the test and evaluation of flight control systems and provides an introduction to Flight Control Systems Development and autopilot testing.

ADV GEODETIC SURVEYING (AGS) - MASL : B174105

Provide selected NCOs with a working knowledge of those technical skills required to perform as a topographic survey noncommissioned officer in the rank of SSG. Provide instruction to noncommissioned officers in advanced geodetic survey techniques, survey project planning, survey project execution, survey project management and survey project reporting. Provide a working knowledge of survey project planning, project management, project reporting, and advanced geodetic surveying techniques to include: satellite and inertial positioning systems; automatic integrated surveying instrument-AISI (total station); computing and adjusting geodetic figures, directions, length, and positions; survey applications using microcomputers; and precision instrumentation related to high order surveys.Provide selected NCOs with a working knowledge of those technical skills required to perform as a topographic survey noncommissioned officer in the rank of SSG. Provide instruction to noncommissioned officers in advanced geodetic survey techniques, survey project planning, survey project execution, survey project management and survey project reporting. Provide a working knowledge of survey project planning, project management, project reporting, and advanced geodetic surveying techniques to include: satellite and inertial positioning systems; automatic integrated surveying instrument-AISI (total station); computing and adjusting geodetic figures, directions, length, and positions; survey applications using microcomputers; and precision instrumentation related to high order surveys.

ADV RADAR AIR TRAF CONTROL - MASL : P133026

Provides selected Air Traffic Control personnel with advanced knowledge in airspace management, navigational equipment, basic knowledge in Terminal Instrument Approach Procedures (TERPS) and the technical knowledge and practical application of procedures used at various control positions of a Radar Air Traffic Control Facility. This course of instruction, followed by the required training at a facility, will lead to an Air Traffic Control Specialist (ATCS) Rating. The Advanced Radar Air Traffic Control Course is designed to provide air traffic controllers with advanced classroom and laboratory instruction in airspace management, Fleet Area Control and Surveillance Facility (FACSFAC), Naval Air Traffic Control, Air Navigation Aids and Landing System (NAALS), airspace cases and criteria, obstruction evaluation, special use airspace, airspace for special use, airspace proposal, Air Installation Compatible Use Zone (AICUZ), a basic knowledge in TERPS, terminal area procedures, radar / non-radar rules and regulations.

ADV SHPBD FIREFIGHTING - MASL : P129184

ADVANCED SHIPBOARD FIRE FIGHTING

To provide supervisory fire party personnel with training in advanced fire fighting techniques; effective management of on-scene personnel, practical experience with various fire fighting equipment. Scope: This course includes hands-on training as fire party members including Repair Locker Leader, Scene Leader, Investigator, Nozzleman, Hoseman, Access Man, and Plotter. The course also utilizes different methods and equipment to extinguish different classes of fires. The following subjects are covered: fire party duties; DC communications; desmoking equipment and procedures; hose handling; machinery space fires; use of SCBA/ OBA, and selected emergency equipment; P-100; and special hazard fires.

Prerequisites: General Shipboard F/F (J-495-0412) Students must have orders and medical screening in hand(no facsimiles accepted). Be an E-4 or above unless assigned as Repair Locker Leader, On-scene Leader, Team Leader, Nozzleman, or Investigator. Must have had "previous live fire fighting training. Students must be physically qualified to handle fire hoses, wear full fire fighting gear and work with various damage control equipment in hot, humid and stressful environment. Students must be clean shaven. "No shave chits" are not accepted. Students must be medically screened by their parent command no earlier than 96 hours prior to arrival at fire fighting school. Medical screening shall be completed IAW CNETINST 3541.1D. This is to ensure individuals are medically qualified to safely participate in the course. Orders must be stamped or typed with "Medically Qualified", or command medical screening form(s) must be filled out and attached to the orders. A command medical representative must verify information is accurate and affix his/her seal and/or signature to the document. Potential students who are unable to participate in or complete PRT must have specifically stated on their orders that they have been evaluated by their parent command for the specific condition(s) and are cleared for fire fighting training. PCS personnel must bring health records or have screening completed within 96 hours prior to CLCVN by medical facility. This screening and notation should be done within 96 hours prior to attending course. Students without the required medical statement on their orders will not be trained and will be returned to their parent command. This course is open to all rates.

Special Note: Students shall report in clean, pressed, presentable, long sleeve dungaree uniform suitable for battle dress.

ADV TEAM TRNG LCAC - MASL : P129481

Totrain Detachment Department Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) crews in the employment and administration of the LCAC.

ADVANCED INSTRUMENT SCHOOL - MASL : D119049

Non-flying course of instruction in instrument procedures and techniques. Qualifies pilots as instrument ground school (IRC) instructors and provides unit experts to commanders on matters affecting instrument training and procedures. Consists of precourse study, extensive academics, and various simulator profiles.

ADVANCED LOGISTICS OFFICER - MASL : P179252

Toprovide advanced knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of an executive logistics manager. This course is designed to prepare and expose field grade officers to key executive managerial positions within the Marine Corps and DOD logistics systems. Provides insight into the multifunctional areas of logistics and Combat Service Support (CSS) and their integration into the overall DOD logistics system. Phase I covers UMSC Logistics and Support. Phase II overviews national organizations and operations and USMC interrelationships and interdependencies of the various components and commands of the DOD and other government agencies. Phase III overviews Global Logistics, focusing on NATO Logistics, United Nation Logistics/Operations/Contracting, Humanitarian Assistance, and Peace Support Operations. Note: This is a PME School Course.

ADVANCED MANAGEMENT PROG - MASL : B155420

The fourteen week graduate-level Advanced Management Program (AMP) provides functional and technical information resources managers with an integrated understanding of new policies and imperatives such as the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996, the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (FASA) and the Federal Acquisition Reform Act (FARA). Graduates will be able to form effective managerial partnerships to effectively justify, allocate, and apply information resources to mission requirements in compliance with regulatory, policy, and ethical standards.

The AMP core provides comprehensive coverage of the key competency areas required of the Chief Information Officer and other senior IRM officials. These competency areas include application of governing IRM policies, laws and reporting requirements; information resources strategic planning that links the agencys vision, mission, and programs with performance standards and budgets; information planning strategies using BPR and modeling; capital planning and selection and evaluation of investments using established criteria; benchmarking and process analysis to ensure performance and results based management; assessing technology trends and identifying organizational technology needs; applying standards and guidelines for designing architectures to align technology with organizational structure, processes, and human resources; acquiring technologies using acquisition reform to support efficient and effective government operations; and leading the organization through changes necessitated by this new way of doing business.

Specialty Tracks provide two weeks of in-depth education related to the CIO competencies covered in the core to meet the specific IRM-related learning needs of students. Students select one of the following Tracks: Critical Frameworks Underlying Public Policy, Emerging Information Technologies, Best Practices in Change Management, and Information Systems Acquisition. The Domestic Field Studies provide students the opportunity to observe corporate and government information resources practices and discuss strategic and technological considerations with organizational leaders. The Electives Program also allows each student to do additional study in areas of particular professional interest. Students may select courses related to information strategies, information operations, information technologies, or acquisition management.

The AMP primarily serves the DoD community (both civilian and military), but the IRM College is also dedicated to promoting government-wide capability and professional partnering. To this end, the class composition includes students from other federal agencies, state governments, and international governments. Private industry students also have the unique opportunity to attend the AMP, contributing to and learning from the depth and breadth of professional expertise brought together in this forum.

GOALS

The goals of the AMP are to:

Develop senior leaders who can effectively work in partnership at all levels to meet agency, Department, and national goals relative to information resources.

Develop leaders with decision-making skills and capabilities to effectively apply regulatory requirements to further organizational missions.

Prepare graduates to plan, manage, and integrate IRM tasks in support of the Chief Information Officer to ensure appropriate allocation of resources complying with regulation, policy, and ethical standards.

Develop individual skill in assessing, selecting, and introducing innovative technologies for mission effectiveness.

The fourteen week graduate-level Advanced Management Program (AMP) provides functional and technical information resources managers with an integrated understanding of new policies and imperatives such as the Clinger-Cohen Act of 1996, the Federal Acquisition Streamlining Act (FASA) and the Federal Acquisition Reform Act (FARA). Graduates will be able to form effective managerial partnerships to effectively justify, allocate, and apply information resources to mission requirements in compliance with regulatory, policy, and ethical standards.

The AMP core provides comprehensive coverage of the key competency areas required of the Chief Information Officer and other senior IRM officials. These competency areas include application of governing IRM policies, laws and reporting requirements; information resources strategic planning that links the agencys vision, mission, and programs with performance standards and budgets; information planning strategies using BPR and modeling; capital planning and selection and evaluation of investments using established criteria; benchmarking and process analysis to ensure performance and results based management; assessing technology trends and identifying organizational technology needs; applying standards and guidelines for designing architectures to align technology with organizational structure, processes, and human resources; acquiring technologies using acquisition reform to support efficient and effective government operations; and leading the organization through changes necessitated by this new way of doing business.

Specialty Tracks provide two weeks of in-depth education related to the CIO competencies covered in the core to meet the specific IRM-related learning needs of students. Students select one of the following Tracks: Critical Frameworks Underlying Public Policy, Emerging Information Technologies, Best Practices in Change Management, and Information Systems Acquisition. The Domestic Field Studies provide students the opportunity to observe corporate and government information resources practices and discuss strategic and technological considerations with organizational leaders. The Electives Program also allows each student to do additional study in areas of particular professional interest. Students may select courses related to information strategies, information operations, information technologies, or acquisition management.

The AMP primarily serves the DoD community (both civilian and military), but the IRM College is also dedicated to promoting government-wide capability and professional partnering. To this end, the class composition includes students from other federal agencies, state governments, and international governments. Private industry students also have the unique opportunity to attend the AMP, contributing to and learning from the depth and breadth of professional expertise brought together in this forum.

GOALS

The goals of the AMP are to:

Develop senior leaders who can effectively work in partnership at all levels to meet agency, Department, and national goals relative to information resources.

Develop leaders with decision-making skills and capabilities to effectively apply regulatory requirements to further organizational missions.

Prepare graduates to plan, manage, and integrate IRM tasks in support of the Chief Information Officer to ensure appropriate allocation of resources complying with regulation, policy, and ethical standards.

Develop individual skill in assessing, selecting, and introducing innovative technologies for mission effectiveness.

ADVANCED MGMT PROGRAM - MASL : P162255

Advanced Management Program (AMP)

DUE TO CONTRACTUAL CONSIDERATIONS, TUITION COST INCLUDES LODGING AND MEALS. STUDENTS RECEIVING LIVING ALLOWANCE WILL BE PAID THE INCIDENTAL RATE PLUS ANY MEALS NOT PROVIDED.

COURSE IS SIX DAYS A WEEK FOR THREE WEEKS

Advanced Management Program (AMP) is a visionary management course that provides tools to high-potential managers that are necessary in today s challenging workplace. This three-week residential program challenges participants beyond their current capabilities. Strategic thinking is the focus in this dynamic learning environment. This program is designed to equip senior officers with the tools necessary to formulate and implement strategy, develop and manage networks of people, and incorporate experiences into a broadened policy-level perspective. AMP incorporates workshops and traditional learning to develop key competencies needed for higher levels of strategic leadership. Topics include Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), e Business, Supply Chain Management, Information System Solutions, Cost Management, Activity Based Costing (ABC), Activity Based Management (ABM), and Metrics Management. AMP is modeled after the Executive Training Programs at civilian universities, but at a fraction of the cost. The faculty is from the University of North Carolina, and the facilities are at the Tench Francis School of Business on the campus of the Navy Supply Corps School. MASL cost includes lodging, and breakfast, lunch and dinner 6 days a week. Class requires an 80 ECL score, and the student will be expect to participate in group discussions and team presentations. Carries post-graduate college credit.

ADVANCED MILITARY STUDIES - MASL : B171764

Military science and theory, military art and doctrine, preparing for war, joint and combined operations. Studies the history and scope of war from antiquity to the present. Examines current and future issues of operational concepts and doctrine across the spectrum of conflict.Military science and theory, military art and doctrine, preparing for war, joint and combined operations. Studies the history and scope of war from antiquity to the present. Examines current and future issues of operational concepts and doctrine across the spectrum of conflict.

ADVANCED OPERATIONAL STUDIES FELLOWSHIP - MASL : B171765

Focuses on the art and science of war at the operational level and the operational to strategic interface. The students are provided a challenging Senior Service College curriculum. The major parts are: conducts seminars about military classics, theory, campaigns and strategy; meets periodically with the Advanced Military Study Program students; prepares a monograph; travels to major headquarters worldwide and through interviews with key personnel, enhances an appreciation of regional strategic and operational issues. The students complete the following courses: Foundations of Military Theory and Doctrine, Contemporary Operational Art, Evolution of Operational Art, Preparation for War, Military Classics Colloquia, Strategic Studies, and Regional Assessments.

ADVANCED TEMPEST TESTING - MASL : D164011

DOD interagency course for engineers/technicians in the advanced skills required for conducting TEMPEST testing. Training includes: communications theory, intermediate TEMPEST analysis, developing TEMPEST test plans, TEMPEST test documentation, TEMPEST test execution, and the rationale for limits and requirements.

ADVANCED TOPOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS COURSE - MASL : B125135

Students use remotely sensed imagery (RSI) and geographic information systems (GIS) software to produce tactical decision aids (TDAs) for the maneuver commander. Students are introduced to Foundation Data (FD) principles. For Army students, this course is the technical track of the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course (BNCOC) within the NCO Education System (NCOES).Students use remotely sensed imagery (RSI) and geographic information systems (GIS) software to produce tactical decision aids (TDAs) for the maneuver commander. Students are introduced to Foundation Data (FD) principles. For Army students, this course is the technical track of the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course (BNCOC) within the NCO Education System (NCOES).

ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT - MASL : B175481

Course Scope

The Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) (this is a registered trademark of theAmerican College of Surgeons), provides a 3-day course located at FortSam Houston, Texas in conjunction with the Combat Casualty Care Course (C4).The contentand skills presented in the materials are designed to assistdoctors in provideing emergency care for the trauma patient. The AdvancedTrauma Life Support Course provides the essential information and skills thata physician may apply to the identification and treatment of life-threateningor potentially life-threatening injuries.Course Scope

The Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) (this is a registered trademark of theAmerican College of Surgeons), provides a 3-day course located at FortSam Houston, Texas in conjunction with the Combat Casualty Care Course (C4).The contentand skills presented in the materials are designed to assistdoctors in provideing emergency care for the trauma patient. The AdvancedTrauma Life Support Course provides the essential information and skills thata physician may apply to the identification and treatment of life-threateningor potentially life-threatening injuries.

AE - O LEVEL STRAND - MASL : P131380

Provides selected students with fundamental knowledge and skills required to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Naval aircraft electrical and electronic instrument systems under limited supervision. Course is designed to prepare them for entry into further training in specific platforms. School completion qualifies the student as an Aviation Electrician s Mate striker. Familiarization in aircraft electrical power generation, regulation and distribution, basic aircraft instrumentation, indicating systems, electro-hydraulic functions and automatic flight controls with a strong emphasis placed on schematic interpretation and signal tracing. Additional topics include maintenance publications, documentation, quality assurance, and maintenance concepts. The course consists of 362 hours of classroom instruction and 158 hours of hands-on laboratory training.

AE APPREN TECH (AEC) - MASL : P131387

APPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING ( ATT)

The Apprentice Technical Training course will offer entry-level training for the 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.

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.

AEGIS CBT SYS MTTK2 JMSDF - MASL : P179343

Course Title: GIS CBT SYS MT/TK2 JMSDF

Course Description / Administration / Remarks: GIS COMBAT SYS MAINTENANCE MANAGER TK2 JMSDF To provide officer and enlisted personnel the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of the Combat System Maintenance Manager aboard JMSDF CLASS GIS DESTROYER. Scope: This course covers an introduction to and theory of the GIS COMBAT SYSTEMS management, including readiness assessment, CS system tests, combat system operability test, CSOSS, support equipment, CS status and alarms, combat system alignment, CSOOW, CSOSS supervisory areas, GIS Combat Training System ( ACTS), and CS Casualty Control Exercise Development.

AEGIS ACNT (JA) - MASL : P179377

GIS COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNICIAN (ACNT) (J5)

The purpose of this training is to train technicians to recognize and interpret malfunctions, documented fault isolation procedures, techniques to employ when procedures fail to isolate the malfunction, and to remove and replace procedures.

Course covers the physical and functional description required to support all operation and maintenance of the gis processors, gis Conversion Equipment Group (ACEG), Network Edge Switches, Mission Critical enclosures, Rack Based Console OJ-721/UYQ(V), OJ-719/UYQ-70 Command and Decision Consoles, OJ-720/UYQ-70 gis Display Consoles and the UNIX operating system. This includes the use of special tools and test equipment; scheduled preventive maintenance tasks; operational tests; alignments and adjustments.

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics; Security Clearance of Secret; Normal color vision; Invitational Travel Orders required; successful completion of the Fundamentals Course; Minimum ECL Score of 70%.

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

Max Class Size: 12 students

AEGIS COMAT SYS OFFR JMSDF - MASL : P179342

GIS COMAT SYS OFFR JMSDF

The purpose of this training is to train personnel to direct warfare area operations, and to operate the gis Display System and C&D System consoles. This course covers the general, physical, and functional descriptions of the JMSDF Combat System elements, computer programs, CSOSS, and integration descriptions of elements with the Combat System for a specific hull. Training provides the management level information required to direct the operation in anti-air, anti-surface, and anti-submarine warfare, and to manage combat system maintenance. Students direct all warfare area operations, operate the gis Display System and C&D System Consoles, and construct, enter, and manipulate operational doctrine to participate in multi-warfare scenarios, which simulate 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 as CSO, TAO. Graduate of Surface Warfare Officer School or equivalent. Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal Color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Minimum ECL score of 70%.

AEGIS COMBAT SYS MAINT MGR - MASL : P179333

GIS COMBAT SYSTEM MAINTENANCE MANAGER

To provide the Senior Enlisted Technician (CSMM), System Test Officer (STO), and Electronic Material Officer (EMO) with the knowledge necessary to manage the GIS combat system and train combat system personnel emphasizing Combat System Operating Sequence System (CSOSS), the Combat System Maintenance Team (CSMT) and the Combat System Training Team (CSTT).

SCOPE: This course covers the CG-47 and DDG-51 class ship s combat system functional operation, technical characteristics and operational capabilities, management of preventive and corrective maintenance, training of combat system personnel and associated administration. It includes practical application in corrective maintenance and fault isolation of the combat system at the Combat System Officer of the Watch (CSOOW) level.

PREREQUISITES:

1. Graduate of GIS Weapon System Course of Instruction.

2. Officers assigned to STO/EMO billets - graduate of GIS Console Operator and Combat System Officer courses.

3. GIS CIC watchstanding experience is strongly recommended.

4. Proven system level technical and management expertise (enlisted).

PAYGRADE=E7-E9 RATE=FC

AEGIS COMP NTWK TECH (KS) - MASL : P179512

GIS COMPUTER NETWORK TECHNICIAN (KOREA)

Purpose: To train technicians in recognition and interpretation of malfunctions, documented fault isolation procedures, techniques to employ when procedures fail to isolate the malfunction, and remove and replace procedures.

This course covers the physical and functional description required to support all operation and maintenance of the gis processors, gis Conversion Equipment Group (ACEG), Mission Critical Switches, MCEs, Rack Based Console OJ-721/UYQ(V), OJ-719/UYQ-70 Command and Decision Consoles, OJ-720/UYQ-70 gis Display Consoles and the UNIX operating system. This includes the use of special tools and test equipment; scheduled preventive maintenance tasks; operational tests; alignments and adjustments.

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

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

AEGIS COMPUTER NW O&M(KS) - MASL : P179366

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.

MAX Number of Students: 24

Prerequisites: General knowledge of electronics. Normal Color Vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Successful completion of the UNIX for SOLARIS/LAN Overview Course

AEGIS CONSOL OPERATOR (KS) - MASL : P179518

GIS CONSOLE OPERATOR (ACO) (KOREA)

Purpose: To train enlisted CIC watch standers in CIC operations and duties as CIC watch standers.

This course covers the characteristics and capabilities of the combat system, as well as CIC and associated ancillary watch stations. Also covered are an operational description of the gis Combat Systems, including capabilities and limitations supporting each warfare area, an introduction to the radar systems, operation of the display console and communication equipment, and C&D Submode and Display concepts. Trainees learn to operate display consoles, communications, and other equipment necessary to perform required tasks. The ACTS is used to support hands-on instruction, thus reinforcing operating procedures presented throughout the course. The CIC will be presented in detail to explain the physical and functional relationship of each warfare area including equipment, operator positions, and supporting sub modes. The training is designed to provide maximum time in hands-on practical applications in a replicated CIC for enlisted personnel.

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

Prerequisites: Enlisted CIC watchstander personnel. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

AEGIS CONSOLE OP(ACO) (J5) - MASL : P179383

GIS CONSOLE OPERATOR (ACO) (J5)

The purpose of this course is to train enlisted CIC personnel in CIC operations and duties as CIC Watch Standers. This course covers the characteristics and capabilities of the comabat system and CIC watch stations. Also covered is an operational description of the gis Combat Systems, including capabilities and limitations supporting each warfare area, an introduction to the radar systems, operation of the display console and communication equipment, and C&D Submode and Display concepts. Trainees learn to opearate display consoles, communication equipment, and other equipment necessary to perform required tasks.

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: Enlised CIC personnel Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal Color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Minimum ECL score of 70%.

AEGIS CONSOLE OPER JMSDF - MASL : P179341

PURPOSE: THIS COURSE IS FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS ONLY. To provide Officers and

Operations Specialists (OS) personnel the knowledge and skills required to operate the GIS COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) on JMSDF DDGs and to perform the duties of applicable watch stations. SCOPE: This course provides an operational description of the GIS COMBAT SYSTEMS, including capabilities and limitations supporting each warfare area. The CIC will be presented in detail to explain the physical and functional relationship of each warfare area including equipment, operator positions, and supporting submodes. Trainees learn to operate display consoles, communications, and other equipment necessary to perform required tasks. The training is designed to provide maximum time in hands-on practical applications in a JMSDF REPLICATED CIC.

AEGIS CPTR NETW TECH F100 - MASL : P199037

GIS CPTR NETW TECH F100

This course is for FOREIGN STUDENTS ONLY. To provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and maintenance of the GIS AN/UYQ-70 advanced display system.

SCOPE: This course covers the physical and functional description required to support all operation and maintenance of the AN/UYK-43 computers, UYH-16 recorder/reproducer, MK 38, 39, 40 conversion cabinets, OL-191 sensor multiplexer, AMPRO large screen displays, embedded processor system group, Next (Global) generation peripheral, OJ-719/UYQ-70 command and decision consoles and the OJ-720/UYQ-70 consoles, Bay Networks Routers, water cooling skid, ATES, UNIX operating systems. To include the use of special tools and test equipment; scheduled preventive maintenance tasks; operational tests; alignments and adjustments; recognition and interpretations of malfunctions; documented fault isolation procedures; techniques to employ when procedures fail to isolate the malfunctions; and removal and replacement procedures.

AEGIS CSO (J5) - MASL : P179385

GIS COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICER (CSO)

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

This course covers the general, physical, and functional descriptions of the JMSDF Combat System elements, computer programs, CSOSS, and integration descriptions of elements with the Combat System for a specific hull. Training provides the management level information required to direct the operation in anti-air, anti-surface, and anti-submarine warfare, and to manage combat system maintenance. Students direct all warfare area operations, operate the gis Display System and C&D System Consoles, and construct, enter, and manipulate operational doctrine to participate in multi-warfare scenarios, which simulate 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 as CSO, TAO. Graduate of Surface Warfare Officer School or equivalent. Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal Color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Minimum ECL score of 70%.

AEGIS CSO (KS) - MASL : P179517

GIS COMBAT SYSTEMS OFFICER (CSO) (KOREA)

Purpose: To train personnel to direct warfare area operations, operate the ADS, and C&D System consoles.

The course covers the general, physical, and functional descriptions of the ROKN Combat System elements, computer program, CSOSS, and integration descriptions of elements within the Combat System for a specific hull. Training provides the management level information required to direct the operation in antiair, antisurface, and antisubmarine warfare to manage Combat System maintenance. Students direct all warfare area operations, operate the ADS and C&D System consoles, and construct, enter, and manipulate operational doctrine to participate in multi-warfare scenarios, which simulate underway conditions. Hands-on instruction (approx 40% of the course) includes operational scenarios.

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

Prerequisites: Successful completion of AOCO Course - P179515. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

AEGIS FCS/ORT O&M/2-SPAIN - MASL : P199039

GIS FCS/ORTS OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE TRK 2

(MODIFIED S-104-0211/198J FOR --- SPAIN ONLY)

To provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and organizational-level maintenance on the MK-99 Fire Control System and the MK-7 Operational Readiness Test System.

SCOPE: This course covers the physical, functional, and interface description required to support all operation and maintenance including the use of special tools and test equipment; scheduled preventive maintenance tasks; alignments and adjustments; recognition and interpretation of malfunctions; documented fault isolation procedures; techniques to employ when procedures fail to isolate the malfunction; disassembly and reassembly procedures; and to function as Missile System Supervisor (MSS) in CIC, as well as Test Monitor Central Operator in Combat Systems Maintenance Central.

AEGIS LINK-16 OPR JMSDF - MASL : P179339

THIS COURSE IS FOR FOREIGN MILITARY STUDENTS ONLY. TO PROVIDE FMS OPERATORS THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF LINK -16 OPERATIONS ABOARD JMSDF CLASS GIS DESTROYER. SCOPE: THIS COURSE PROVIDES AN OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION OF THE LINK 16 EMPLOYED ON GIS DESTROYERS, INCLUDING CAPABILITIES AND LIMITATIONS. THE COURSE WILL BE PRESENTED IN DETAIL TO EXPLAIN THE PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIP OF EQUIPMENT, OPERATOR POSITIONS. TRAINEES LEARN TO OPERATE DISPLAY CONSOLES, COMMUNICATIONS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT NECESSARY TO PERFORM REQUIRED TASKS. THE TRAINING IS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE MAXIMUM TIME IN HANDS-ON PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS IN A JMSDF GIS DESTROYER.

AEGIS MULTI-LINK MT TECH - MASL : P179346

GIS MLTI-LK MT TECH F100

GIS Multi-Link Maintenance Technician Periodicity: As requested or when there is a significant personnel turnover.

The purpose of this course of instruction is to provide Electronic Technicians (ET) skills and knowledge to operate, isolate problems, troubleshoot, and perform corrective maintenance on multi-link systems.

Audience: All Link maintenance technicians (ET).

Course Course will provide the multi-link technician with the background knowledge in a classroom environment.

The following topics are included but not limited to this module of training; Equipment training -

OJ-746(V) Human machine interface; OL-649(V)/UYQ Data Processor (C2P); OJ-744(P)/UYQ Computer processor group; Command and Control Processor (C2P); UNIX overview, and Shipboard Gridlock System (SGS). CDS Data link systems operation and maintenance.

Notes: Personnel without previous shipboard or equipment experience may require some supervised system / equipment familiarization / On-the-job training upon reporting for duty.

AEGIS OFFR CNSL OPR (KS) - MASL : P179515

GIS OFFICER CONSOLE OPERATOR (AOCO) (KOREA)

Purpose: To train CIC officer personnel to operate display consoles, communications, and other equipment necessary to perform required tasks. The training is designated to provide maximum time in hands-on practical applications.

Descriptiion: The course provides an operational description of the ACS, including capabilities and limitations supporting each warfare area. The CIC will present in detail and explain the physical and functionial relationship of each warfare area including equipment, operator positions, and supporting sub modes.

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

Prerequisites: Officer CIC watchstander personnel. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

AEGIS OFFR CONSOLE OPR(J5) - MASL : P179384

GIS OFFICER CONSOLE OPERATOR (AOCO) (J5)

To train CIC officer personnel to operate display consoles, communications, and other equipment necessary to perform required tasks. The training is designated to provide maximum time in hands-on practical applications.

The course provides an operational description of the AWS, including capabilties and limitations supporting each warfare area. The CIC will be presented in detail to explain the physical and functional relationship of each warfare area including equipment, operator positions, and supporting submodes.

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 CSO and/or standing duties as TAO. 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%.

AEGIS OFFR CONSOLE OPR(NO) - MASL : P179354

Course Description / Administration / Remarks:

GIS OFFICER CONSOLE OPERATOR (NORWAY). This course is specific to NORWAY and provides training for CIC personnel to operate display consoles, communications, and other equipment necessary to perform required tasks. The training is designed to provide maximum time in hands-on practical applications. This course provides an operational description of the Integrated Weapon Systems, including capabilities and limitations supporting each warfare area. The CIC will be presented in detail to explain the physical and functional relationship of each warfare area including equipment, operator positions, and supporting submodes.

AEGIS SPY-1BD O&M/2-SPAIN - MASL : P199038

GIS SPY-1BD OPS/MT TRK 2 - SPAIN

(MODIFIED - S-104-0210/198K - VERSION FOR SPAIN ONLY)

To provide the knowledge and skill required to operate and perform the organizational-level maintenance on the Radar System AN/SPY-1B(V)/D, and elements of the CG-59 and DDG-51 F-100 Class Ships MK-7 GIS Weapon System.

SCOPE: This course covers the physical, functional, and interface description required to support all operational maintenance including the use of special tools and test equipment, scheduled preventive maintenance tasks; operational tests, alignments and adjustments; recognition and interpretation of malfunctions; documented fault isolation procedures; techniques to employ when procedures fail to isolate the malfunctions; and disassemble, repair, and reassemble procedures. Operational training will prepare the graduate to operate the Radar in all modes and submodes and to function as Radar Systems Controller (RSC) in CIC.

AEGIS SYP-1BD OPS/MT TRK 2 - MASL : P199026

Course Description / Administration / Remarks:

GIS SPY-1BD OPS/MT TRK 2 - JAPAN MARITIME SELF DEFENSE FORCE To provide the knowledge and skill required to operate and perform the organizational-level maintenance on the Radar System AN/SPY-1B(V)/D, and elements of the CG-59, DDG-51and DDG-173 Class Ships MK-7 GIS Weapon System. SCOPE: This course covers the physical, functional, and interface description required to support all operational maintenance including the use of special tools and test equipment, scheduled preventive maintenance tasks; operational tests, alignments and adjustments; recognition and interpretation of malfunctions; documented fault isolation procedures; techniques to employ when procedures fail to isolate the malfunctions; and disassemble, repair, and reassemble procedures. Operational training will prepare the graduate to operate the Radar in all modes and submodes and to function as Radar Systems Controller (RSC) in CIC.

AEGIS WPN SYS O&M (J5) - MASL : P179381

GIS WEAPON SYSTEM (AWS) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (J5)

The purpose of this training is to provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and organizational-level maintenance on the gis Weapon System, and to conduct the duties of Combat System Coordinator.

This courses covers directing, coordinating and operating the gis Weapons System to include: SPY-1D(V), C&D, WCS, ADS, FCS, VLS, SM2, ORTS, ACTS and gis Combat System (ACS) utilizing Commercial Off teh Shelf Equipment (COTS). Analyze system interfaces via Local Area Networks (LANs). System level operation and maintenance of the gis MK-7 Weapons System, including system signal flow, computer programs, the use of special tools and test equipment; alignment procedures; operational tests, recognition and interpretations of system malfunctions.

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: Recommend completion of one of the following: ACNT, SPY-1D(V), or FCS/ORTS. Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal Color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Minimum ECL score of 70%.

AEGIS WPN SYS O&M (KS) - MASL : P179519

GIS WEAPON SYSTEM (AWS) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (KOREA)

Purpose: To provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and organizational-level maintenance on the ACS and conduct teh dutires of Combat System Coordinator (CSC).

This course covers directing, coordinating and operating teh AWS to include: SPY-1D (V), C&D, WCS, ADS, FCS, VLS, Standard Missile 2 (SM2), ORTS, ACTS and gis Combat System utilizing COTS Analyze system interfaces via LANs System level operation and maintenance of the GIS MK-7 Weapon System, inlcuding system signal flow, computer programs, the use of special tools and test equipment; alignment procedures; operational tests, recognition and interpretations of System malfunctions.

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

Prerequisites: Successful completion of minimum of one (1) gis element course (ACNT, SPY, or FCS/ORTS). General knowledge in electronics. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

AEGIS WPN SYS(AWS) O&M(KS) - MASL : P179362

GIS WEAPON SYSTEMS (AWS) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (KOREA ONLY)

This course utilizes classroom presentation with simulations and tactical equipment use where appropriate and provides the student a detailed knowledge of the system level functional operation and maintenance of the AWS as a whole. This course covers system level functional operation and maintenance of the AWS, including use of the Combat System Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) for detection and isolation, and computer programs. Hands-on training is provided for combat system operation, alignment procedures, use of built-in test equipment, and element fault detection and isolation.

Max Number of Students: 24

Prereq info: Genearl knowledge of electronics. Normal color visioin. Invitational Travel Orders required. Successful completion of the UNIX for SOLARIS/LAN Overview Course.

AEGIS WPNSY MK7 OP/MT F100 - MASL : P199031

GIS MAINT MGR F100

To provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and direct organizational level maintenance on the GIS weapon system, to provide supervision and guidance for element technicians, and to communicate weapon system status. SCOPE: This course covers directing, coordinating and operating the GIS weapons system to include: SPY-1D, CND, WCS, ADS, FCS, VLS, SM2, ORTS, ACTS and GIS combat system (ACS) interfaces via local area networks (LANS) with other systems. The system level operation and maintenance of the GIS MK-7 weapon system, including system signal flow, computer programs, the use of special tools and test equipment; alignment procedures; operational tests, recognition and interpretations of system malfunctions. It includes practical application in corrective maintenance and fault isolation of the Combat System at the Combat System Officer of the Watch (CSOOW) level.

AEGIS WPNSYS MK7 TK2 JMSDF - MASL : P179335

GIS JMSDF WPNSYS OPS/MT MK7 TK2

To provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and direct organizational level maintenance on the GIS Weapons System (DDG-173), to provide supervision

and guidance for element level technicians, and to communicate weapon system status. SCOPE: This course covers system level functional operation and maintenance of the GIS MK-7 Weapon System, including use of the Combat System Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS) for combat system initialization and casualty control. It includes system signal flow, fault detection and isolation, and computer programs. Hands-on training is provided for combat system operation, alignment procedures, use of built-in test equipment, and element fault detection and isolation.

AERIAL DELIVERY AND MATERIEL OFFICER - MASL : B148371

Leadership, supervision, and management skills required for inspecting, packing, rigging, recovering, storing, and maintaining air item equipment.Leadership, supervision, and management skills required for inspecting, packing, rigging, recovering, storing, and maintaining air item equipment.

AEROMED EVAC TECH, NON-DOD - MASL : D175161

Prepares enlisted airmen for aircrew duties at romedical evacuation units. Course enables graduates to apply the tactics, techniques, and procedures to effect safe patient movement. Graduates receive the knowledge and skills required to: apply principles of altitude physiology to care for patients evacuated by air; prepare aircraft to receive patients; manage patient enplaning and deplaning; employ aircraft systems and mission equipment utilized in Joint patient movement. Students are introduced to romedical evacuation doctrine, mission management, and principles of integration with specialized transport teams. The USAFSAM website will provide more guidance to potential applicants as well as class dates http://www.brooks.af.mil/web/an/fn-t_home.htm

AEROMEDICAL/ * - MASL : D175039

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.

AERONAUTICAL ENGR/GRAD - MASL : D178013

The Graduate ronautical Engineering program is a fully accredited program at AFIT leading to a Master of Science in ronautical Engineering. The program is designed for students from all branches of the U.S. military services as well as students from Allied foreign military services, Most students, Air Force and Navy quota students and Air Force Test Pilot (AFTPS) students, enter in September. Objectives include: Produce graduates who are technically well prepared for their subsequent duties and responsibilities as ronautical engineers in DoD organizations. Such positions may range from requiring very detailed and advanced level work in a specific discipline to broad responsibilities requiring interaction among many disciplines and technical organizations.

AEROSPACE CONTR & WARN SYS - MASL : D137056

Trains airmen to perform the duties of a rospace Control and Warning Systems apprentice. New students report to Bryan Hall (Bldg 6901), room 263 (2nd floor) by 0550 on the class start date. Class hours are from 0600-1500 each day.

AEROSPACE GRD EQ TECHN - MASL : D148021

Mandatory 7-skill level AFSC awarding course for Air Force active duty presonnel. Provides in-depth training on advanced system troubleshooting skills on diesel generator sets, air conditioners, EPU-6E Frequency Converter, and gas turbine compressors, which includes enhanced training in the use of schematics, wiring diagrams, flowcharts, advanced fault isolation techniques, and the use of test equipment as it applies to rospace ground equipment.

AEROSPACE GRD EQUIP REPMN - MASL : D148020

This group-paced course provides training that enables airmen to perform duties prescribed in AFMAN 36-2108 for AFSC 2A632, rospace Ground Equipment (AGE) Apprentice, which includes how to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair AGE systems in an on-equipment environment in support of aircraft maintenance and operations. Training includes the inspection, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of systems and components of frequency converters, diesel and turbine engines, generators, hydraulic test stands, bomb lifts, heaters, flood lights, air conditioners, air compressors, self generating nitrogen servicing cart, and non-powered support equipment, how to use the Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS) and Department of Defense Environmental Protection Agency refrigerant certification.

AEROSPACE MEDICINE PRIMARY - MASL : D175002

Trains medical officers to perform duties as flight surgeons and to accomplish the objectives of the USAF rospace Medicine Program. Provides the student with the knowledge and skills required for the treatment and proper administrative disposition of aircrew members and for assuming the responsibilities of a general preventive medical member of the bioenvironmental engineering, occupational medicine, and military public health teams. Includes review of the clinical medical topics important in rospace medicine; i.e., otolaryngology, audiology, ophthalmology, internal medicine, neurology, psychiatry, etc., with emphasis on particular applications of these specialty areas in rospace medicine; instruction and experience in the physiology of altitude and acceleration; employment of survival/life support principles and equipment; instruction in aircraft accident investigation; the administrative requirements of romedical services and in the application of physical standards to the patient population for which the flight surgeon is responsible. Orientation to flying in a current inventory trainer aircraft and training in the human centrifuge are also provided when equipment is available.

AERSP PROP APP JET ENG - MASL : D141403

This course is 65 training days in length, to include an 80-hour/10 day fundamentals block of instruction shared with the J3ABR2A631C and the J3ABR2A631E Jet Engine courses. Primarily uses F100-PW-100/200/220/229 series engines and support equipment to teach constructional features, engine rigging, preliminary maintenance, gearbox and accessory removal, inspection, and installation. Also includes horizontal engine disassembly, inspection and assembly, servicing, removal and installation of the airframe mounted engine, and rigid borescoping. Some tasks taught in this course will be task certified. Use of technical and standard publications for maintenance is practiced throughout. Safety is integrated throughout the course.

AG BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121220

To instruct Adjutant General Corps lieutants in the areas of combat survival, career management, and Adjutant General speciality training. Training includes and FTX/CPX.

AH-1W SIMULATOR TRAINING - MASL : P119016

AH-1W SIMULATOR TRAINING

AH-64 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119910

This MASL is used when AH-64 Flight Simulator is programmed.

AH-64 LCT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119976

This MASL is used when AH-64 LCT SIMULATOR is programmed.

AH-64A ARMAMENT/ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS REPAIRER - MASL : B141079

Provides the student with skills and knowledge required to maintain, repair and troubleshoot AH-64A electrical systems, components and weapons/fire control systems, mainteancne concepts, preventive maintenance, equipment check out, troubleshooting, fault detection, fault isolation, and appropriate AVUM/AVIM corrective actions using appropriate technical publications shall be included. Train students in use and preparation of select forms and records applicable to Army Aviation Maintenance to include ULLS-A. Application, operation, and maintenance of all applicable Peculiar Ground Support (PGSE), Common Ground Support Equipment Equipment (TMDE).

AH-64A ATTACK HELO RPR - MASL : B141768

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 AH-64A Advanced Attack Helicopter; and to train the student in the facets of shop and flight line safety procedures.

AH-64A AVIATOR QUALIFICATION COURSE - MASL : B113214

Course Scope:

Pilot night vision sensor system, contact flying skills, gunnery, target acquisition and designation sight, and combat skills training.

AH-64A FLIGHT SIM (CMS) - MASL : B119959

This MASL is used when AH-64A Flight Simulator (CMS) is programmed.

AH-64D AQC (SUPPLEMENTAL) - MASL : B113212

This course will provide the AH-64A qualified student with the necessary skills and knowledge to achieve pilot qualification in the AH-64D Apache/Longbow. Training focus is on the differences between the AH-64A Apache and the AH-64D Apache/Longbow aircraft. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, communication, navigation, fire control radar, flight training, mission planning, combat skills, gunnery, crew coordination, and safety.This course will provide the AH-64A qualified student with the necessary skills and knowledge to achieve pilot qualification in the AH-64D Apache/Longbow. Training focus is on the differences between the AH-64A Apache and the AH-64D Apache/Longbow aircraft. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for the accomplishment of pilot duties through instruction in aircraft systems, communication, navigation, fire control radar, flight training, mission planning, combat skills, gunnery, crew coordination, and safety.

AH-64D ARMAMENT/ELEC/AVIONIC SYSTEMS REPAIRER - MASL : B141751

Provides the student with skills and knowledge required to maintain, repair and troubleshoot AH-64D Longbow Attack Helicopter electrical, avionics, weapons, missile, and fire control systems; maintenance concepts, preventive maintenance, equipment check out, troubleshooting, fault detection, fault isolation, and appropriate AVUM/AVIM corrective actions using appropriate technical publications shall be included. Application, operation, and maintenance of all applicable Peculiar Ground Support Equipment (PGSE), Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE).Provides the student with skills and knowledge required to maintain, repair and troubleshoot AH-64D Longbow Attack Helicopter electrical, avionics, weapons, missile, and fire control systems; maintenance concepts, preventive maintenance, equipment check out, troubleshooting, fault detection, fault isolation, and appropriate AVUM/AVIM corrective actions using appropriate technical publications shall be included. Application, operation, and maintenance of all applicable Peculiar Ground Support Equipment (PGSE), Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE).

AH-64D ATTACK HELICOPTER REPAIRER BNCOC - MASL : B141018

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 67R30Y1.

AH-64D ATTACK HELO RPR - MASL : B141765

Course trains the student in the use and preparation of selected forms and records applicable to Army Aviation Maintenance using the Unit Level Logistics System - (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 on the AH-64D Attack Helicopter; and to train the student in the facets of shop and flight line safety procedures.

AH-64D AVIATION QUAL - ALL - MASL : B113210

Course imparts the knowledge for skill development in contact flight, fire control radar/target acquisition, gunnery, combat skills training, crew coordination, and safety.Course imparts the knowledge for skill development in contact flight, fire control radar/target acquisition, gunnery, combat skills training, crew coordination, and safety.

AH-64D AVIATION SPECIFIC PREP (FMT) - MASL : B113167

This MASL is used when AH-64D AV SPEC PREP (FMT) is programmed.

AH-64D AVIATOR QUAL - EN - MASL : B113217

Course Scope:

Course consists of flight and academic instruction to qualify rotary wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64D in methods of instruction to teach and evaluate AH-64D contact flight, night vision systems, weapon systems, and the Longbow Crew Trainer (LCT).

AH-64D INSTRUCTR PILOT-ALL - MASL : B115031

Course consist of the flight and academic instruction necessary to qualify rotary wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64D methods of instruction to teach and evaluate contact flight, pilot night vision system (PNVS), fire control radar and target acquisition and designation system (TADS), gunnery, and combat skills, crew coordination, and safety training in the AH-64D aircraft.

AH-64D IP MOI - ALL - MASL : B115038

Course consists of flight and academic instruction to qualify rotary wing aviators who have completed qualification training in the AH-64D in methods of instruction to teach and evaluate AH-64D contact flight, night vision sytems, weapons systems, and the Longbow Crew Trainer (LCT).

AH-64D MAINT TP - ALL - MASL : B141832

Toprovide information and training on AH-64D Longbow Apache maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.Toprovide information and training on AH-64D Longbow Apache maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

AH-64D MAINT TP - EN - MASL : B141850

Toprovide information and training on AH-64D Longbow Apache maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.Toprovide information and training on AH-64D Longbow Apache maintenance troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

AIC FLIGHT SUPPORT - MASL : P179401

AIC FLIGHT SUPPORT

PROGRAM THIS MASL FOR USE ONLY WITH P121006, P121023 AND P129126.

AIC PROFICIENCY MAINT - MASL : P121006

SPECIAL PROGRAMMING NOTE (SEE NOTES)

PREREQUISITE: P129126 - AIC SUPERVISOR

IR INTERCEPT CONTROLLER PROFICIENCY MAINTENANCE

To provide the facilities, air services, tactical simulation, and classroom instruction required for current and qualified air intercept controllers to maintain their proficiency during fleet inport periods or while billeted ashore. The course also provides facilities for airborne AIC s to maintain their proficiency. This course consists of actual air intercept control, conventional or NTDS, along with tactical ACM simulation to enhance control proficiency.

PROGRAM WITH P179401 (SEPARATE COST FOR FLIGHT HOURS)

AIM-9X REAL TIME TELEM DISPLAY & QUICKLOOK TOOL OP - MASL : P196013

AIM-9X Real Time Telemetry Display and Quicklook Tool Operation

Course This course is designed for Foreign Military Sales customers. It is intended to familiarize the student with the operation and interpretation of telemetry real time displays and post flight analysis tools. This course will not cover AIM-9X theory of operation. Theory of operation is covered in the AIM-9X Technical Description Document (S) .

AIR & SPACE OPS CNTR FAM - MASL : D121089

Familiarizes personnel, O-5 and below, on the command and control (C2) of air and space power at the operational level of war. The course covers the basic fundamentals of joint and Service doctrine and organization for combat, Theater Air Ground System, Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC) organization, processes and systems, and the air tasking order (ATO) cycle.

AIR COMD + STAFF COLLEGE - MASL : D171002

Air Command and Staff College (ACSC), the Air Forces intermediate professional military education (PME) school, prepares field grade officers of all services (primarily majors), international officers, and US civilians to assume positions of higher responsibility within the military and other governmental arenas. Geared toward teaching the skills necessary to conduct air and space operations in support of a joint campaign, ACSC focuses on shaping and molding tomorrows leaders and commanders. The colleges academic environment stimulates and encourages free expression of ideas as well as independent, analytical and creative thinking. The curriculum meets requirements and guidelines for Phase I of the Program for Joint Education (PJE). Further details of the ACSC program course descriptions and other curriculum information may be found at http://wwwacsc.au.af.mil.

AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121225

Effective 2006-02-09

Course Scope:

Presenting, developing, and refining basic skills needed by all Field Artillery Officers. Course consists of three blocks of instruction that all Lieutenants receive in Platoon Leader, Fire Support, and Fire Direction skills. Course has weapons system training on Light/Towed artillery systems.

AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY BNCOC - MASL : B171802

Conducted in a 24 hour a day NCO Academy environment and includes training on leadership, tactics, communications, nuclear, biological and chemical, and training management.Conducted in a 24 hour a day NCO Academy environment and includes training on leadership, tactics, communications, nuclear, biological and chemical, and training management.

AIR DEFENSE ARTILLERY CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171603

Topics on Air and Missile Defense (AMD) Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures, staff functions, threat, combined arms/warfighter, leadership/training management, military history/communicative skills, research, battery command and threat presented in conference and small group instruction modes.

AIR DEPLOYMENT PLANNING - MASL : B153730

Instruction for personnel on the responsibilities of unit air movements; strategic airlift operations; planning operations and manifesting; preparation of equipment and personnel; the 463L pallet cargo system; weighing, marking and determining C/B of cargo; joint inspections; A/DACG procedures; aircraft characteristics and limitations; planning and preparing airlift documentation; the civil reserve air fleet; aircraft configurations; and unit air movements planning; theAutomated Air Load Planning System (AALPS) Functional Users Course.

AIR FORCE TACTICAL RECEIVE SYSTEM (AFTRS) - MASL : B172623

The course provides an Integrated Broadcast Service (IBS) orientation and an Air Force Tactical Receive System (AFTRS) system overview. It provides hands-on practical experience to setup, configure, and operate the AFTRS hardware and software; creating and using data filtering strategies; establish and maintain connectivity with associated Tactical Data Processors (TDP) using both UHF SATCOM broadcast data and network centric broadcast data; and troubleshooting the AFTRS from antennas through the output cables to associated TDPs. Students are taught to ensure the data from the AFTRS is present at the TDPs by bringing up the specific comms trace and through display of data on the maps.

AIR INTERCEPT CONTROLLER - MASL : P121023

SPECIAL PROGRAMMING NOTE (SEE NOTES)

To train selected senior enlisted personnel in the duties, responsibilities, and skills required of Combat Air Intercept Controllers, especially to: analyze and transmit to the interceptor aircrew the necessary tactical information required to perform their mission in both the combat and training environments in accordance with current fleet doctrine and directives; advise command during the planning stages of Air Defense anti-air warfare on the capabilities, limitations, and employment of current U.S. and threat aircraft and associated weapon systems in accordance with current tactical manuals and threat intelligence; and, inform command of mission progress and aircraft status on a continuing basis using standard Navy phraseology and appropriate brevity code words.

Scope: This course consists of classroom instruction reinforced by practical training in communication with aircrews; duties and responsibilities of Combat Air Intercept Controller; aircraft characteristics; sources of flight and tactical information; Air Defense anti-air warfare; airborne threats; friendly air-to-air weapons; intercept geometry; the air combat arena; equipment operations; emergencies and search and rescue operations; and, non-intercept air control.

PROGRAM WITH P179401 (SEPARATE COST FOR FLIGHT HOURS)

AIR TRAF CNTL CEN CARRIER - MASL : P133028

Toprovide selected air traffic control personnel with basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform carrier air traffic control center team member air operations readiness, watch station and system operation functions during carrier air operation evolutions.

AIR TRAFFIC CNTR RADAR APP - MASL : D122100

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AS OF 12 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

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The instructional design for this course is Group-paced. This course trains airmen to perform the duties prescribed in AFI 36-2108 for Air Traffic Control Operations Apprentice, AFSC 1C131. Training includes application of air traffic control principles and procedures for Radar Approach Control Operations. This is a follow-on course, Air Traffic Control Fundamentals must be taken first.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTRL AC A1 - MASL : P133025

Provides selected Navy enlisted and Marine Corps aviation enlisted and officer personnel with the basic tower and radar control knowledge to meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for certification and the technical knowledge which, when followed by the appropriate practical application and experience, will lead to the fulfillment of the technical requirements at the apprentice entry level for the air traffic controller. This course covers the fundamentals and systems of air traffic control and provides the basic simulated operational application experiences that are prerequisite to functioning as an apprentice air traffic controller in a base operations, control tower and/or terminal radar environment. The course of instruction sequentially covers/provides for: 1. FAA Certification study material and administration of the FAA Airman Written Test (Control Tower Operator) 2. Control Tower Operations 3. Terminal Radar Procedures 4. Base Operations.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OPER - MASL : D122029

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AS OF 12 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

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The instructional design for this course is Group-paced. This course is a prerequisite for attendance in the E3ABR1C131R-00RB, Air Traffic Control Radar Apprentice, and E3ABR1C131T-00TB, Air Traffic Control Tower Apprentice. Training includes aviation-related weather, air traffic control principles and procedures, control tower environment, control tower operational requirements, and radar approach control operational requirements. Physical training requirements have been added for E3AQR1C231 students only.

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL OPERATOR - MASL : B114043

VFR Tower, IFR control, radar/non-radar procedures, rules, regulations, concepts, procedures, and techniques. Airspace management, flight following, Tactical Terminal Control System (TTCS) and Tactical Airspace Integration Systgem (TAIS).

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL/ * - MASL : D122013

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.

AIR TRAFFIC CTR TOWER APP - MASL : D122099

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AS OF 12 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

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The instructional design for this course is Group-paced. This course trains airmen to perform the duties prescribed in AFI 36-2108 for Air Traffic Control Operations Apprentice, AFSC 1C131. Training includes application of air traffic control principles and procedures for Radar Approach Control Operations. This is a follow-on course, Air Traffic Control Fundamentals must be taken first.

AIRBORNE - MASL : B121182

Ground week-Don and adjust the main and reserve parachutes, identify components inside a C130/C141/C17 aircraft and respond to actions inside the aircraft using the "mock door", exit the 34-foot tower, execute parachute landing falls, execute parachute landing falls off the lateral drift apparatus, perform methods of recovery. Tower week-Respond to jump commands (C130/C141/C17) and execute individual and mass exits using the mock door, demonstrate proficiency in fixed-wing aircraft exits from the 34-foot tower wearing combat equipment, demonstrate techniques for deploying the reserve/mirps, control the risers from the suspended harness, execute parachute landing falls correctly from the swing landing trainer, execute a drop from the 250-foot free tower.Jump week-correctly don and adjust the parachute, mirps and combat equipment, respond to jump commands inside an aircraft, control body position after jumping from an aircraft until parachute opening shock, control the parachute during descent, execute a parachute landing fall, controls the parachute upon landing while making five parachute jumps from an air force aircraft.

AIRBORNE SYS T&E (SHORT) - MASL : P118413

AIRBORNE SYS T&E (SHORT) CANADA

This is the capstone course for the Canadian Forces School of rospace Studies' Avionics Systems Course (ASC) and represents a consolidation of the knowledge of the various avionic systems used in military aircraft, systems integration and systems engineering in order for the ASC students to conduct Flight Test and Evaluation. The course provides the practical knowledge needed to plan and execute a flight test program to evaluate system performance. Developmental and operational test & evaluation domains are emphasized in the syllabus. Flight test processes, principles, methods, and practices are covered. The course material is presented in two parts through the use of lectures, case studies, visits, laboratories, and flight exercises. The first part introduces the Canadian Forces (CF) air force test & evaluation organization, structure and process and discusses a variety of topics central to test & evaluation. The second part is provided by the USN Test Pilot School and focuses on test planning, specific test methodologies, flight test safety, data acquisition, actual flight system testing and presentation of results. This portion of the syllabus also includes a one systems test flight, one system's integration test flight, and one fixed-wing or helicopter flight evaluating NVG/FLIR systems as well.

Staff and CMs participating in the flight test phase require current aircrew medicals. Additional medical requirements may be necessary to meet US Navy Test Pilot School requirements, such as HAI and Sea Survival.

AIRBORNE SYS T&E NFO/WSO - MASL : P118407

NAVAL FLIGHT OFFICER/WEAPON SYSTEMS OFFICER AIRBORNE MISSION SYSTEMS TEST AND EVALUATION To provide experience in actual testing of modern aircraft and airborne systems and reduction and reporting of the data obtained. The airborne mission systems curriculum prepares pilots, Naval Flight Officers/Weapons Systems Operators, and engineers to test airborne mission systems and flight systems in addition to aircraft flying qualities and performance.

AIRCFT PNEUDR RPR (SP)-PCO - MASL : B141735

Removes, repairs, replaces, adjusts and tests pneudraulics systems, subsystems, assemblies, and components according to technical manuals, directives, and safet procedures. Fabricates tubes and hoses. Diagnoses and troubleshoots malfunctions to pneudraulics systems and subsystems or components. Uses and performs operator maintenance on common and special tools. Maintains and stores hydraulic fluids and other flammable materials. Requisitions and maintains shop and bench stock for repair of aircraft pneudraulics systems. Prepares forms and records, and using the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A).Removes, repairs, replaces, adjusts and tests pneudraulics systems, subsystems, assemblies, and components according to technical manuals, directives, and safet procedures. Fabricates tubes and hoses. Diagnoses and troubleshoots malfunctions to pneudraulics systems and subsystems or components. Uses and performs operator maintenance on common and special tools. Maintains and stores hydraulic fluids and other flammable materials. Requisitions and maintains shop and bench stock for repair of aircraft pneudraulics systems. Prepares forms and records, and using the Unit Level Logistics System-Aviation (ULLS-A).

AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIG - MASL : P169227

Incivil aviation, investigating aircraft accidents is the responsibility of the National Transportation Safety Board (in the United States) or a similar government agency in any country that is a signatory to the ICAO Conventions. Nonetheless, under ICAO Annex 13 and in the US CFR Part 830, every operator of a civil aircraft has certain responsibilities in the event of an accident or incident. These responsibilities include proper reporting, preservation of evidence, and support of the investigation team. In addition, agencies or organizations actively involved in the accident may be invited by the NTSB to participate in the investigation. This would include the operator, airframe and engine manufacturers, and other technical experts. To be qualified to join the investigation, invited participants must have the technical expertise to support the investigation as well as an understanding of the accident investigation process in order to provide accurate and timely support.

These are the regulatory reasons for understanding the aircraft accident investigation process and techniques. There is also another very important reason for understanding accident investigation. The NTSB and the FAA only become involved in those events (accident or incidents) that are reportable under Federal Regulations. But, many events occur that are not reportable which under slightly different circumstances could easily have been an accident and reportable. An effective aviation safety program must be able to identify, investigate, and correct the factors that create near accidents so that a real accident can be prevented.

It is for these two reasons that SCSI has designed and offers this Aircraft Accident Investigation (AAI) course. In this course you will become familiar with the regulatory requirements for investigating and reporting, not only those requirements applicable to the United States, but also those of ICAO Annex 13 upon which almost all modern individual reporting and investigating requirements are based regardless of nation. Once you understand the reporting requirements you will learn about how to comply with the operator s responsibilities to preserve evidence and support the investigation. You will learn how to set up an interim response team that will collect and preserve evidence. You will learn what evidence to preserve and how to preserve it. You will also learn about the hazards at an accident site and how to protect yourself.

You will learn the process of investigation from initial actions and set up to how to investigate each area of specialty, systems, structures, engines, and operations. You will be introduced to the areas of aircraft performance and structures that contribute to aircraft accidents and how they can be identified. You will also learn about specialized areas of investigation such as fire, midair collision, and in-flight explosion. You will learn how the use of recording devices and simulation have enhanced and improved the process of finding accident causes.

Human error is estimated to be a major cause in 85% of all aircraft accidents. You will learn Human Factors to help investigate possible human error. This portion of the course will examine the role of psychological and physiological effects as well as the role of the ro-medical investigator.

It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Accident photography is used to document evidence and to illustrate the investigator s conclusions. There are many choices of media today, both chemical and electronic. In this course you will receive instruction in the use of both chemical and digital photography systems and have hands on experience with digital photography systems using the crash lab. Although digital cameras will be provided, you may bring your own cameras.

Recent technology advances enable investigators to use the global positioning satellite (GPS) system during aircraft accident investigations. This course will includ

AIRCRAFT COMPONENT REPAIRER SUPERVISOR ANCOC - MASL : B141828

Aircraft component repair supervisor oversees the aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on aircraft components. Other major duties are: supervises aircraft component repair and technical inspection activities. Determines manhours, personnel, parts and facility requirements to repair aircraft components and associated equipment. Plans aircraft maintenance areas, component repair shops, and facilities. Instructs subordinates in aircraft components repair and technical inspection techniques and procedures according to directives, technical manuals, work standards, and operational policies. Maintains supply economy and discipline. Supervises the component repair technical training program. Prepares evaluations, special reports and training program. Prepares evaluations, special reports and records pertaining to aircraft component repair and related activities. Recommends and administers plans and policies.Aircraft component repair supervisor oversees the aviation unit (AVUM), intermediate (AVIM), and depot maintenance on aircraft components. Other major duties are: supervises aircraft component repair and technical inspection activities. Determines manhours, personnel, parts and facility requirements to repair aircraft components and associated equipment. Plans aircraft maintenance areas, component repair shops, and facilities. Instructs subordinates in aircraft components repair and technical inspection techniques and procedures according to directives, technical manuals, work standards, and operational policies. Maintains supply economy and discipline. Supervises the component repair technical training program. Prepares evaluations, special reports and training program. Prepares evaluations, special reports and records pertaining to aircraft component repair and related activities. Recommends and administers plans and policies.

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN (SPAN - MASL : B141784

Instruction in spanish based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessar;y for student understanding and proficiency in Electrical Repair and Troubleshooting. Instruction in spanish based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessar;y for student understanding and proficiency in Electrical Repair and Troubleshooting.

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN (SPAN - MASL : B141775

Course Scope:

Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer's guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in Electrical Repair and Troubleshooting.

Special Information:

Foreign Military Latin American and selected National Police Personnel. Information on this course can be obtained by calling Training Operations Division, USAALS at DSN 826-6474 ext 3359 or com 757-878-6474 ext 3359.

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN REPAIRER SUPV BNCOC - MASL : B141818

Technical training in the field of aircraft maintenance; tasks, skills, and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures that will enable the student to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties of MOS 68F30.Technical training in the field of aircraft maintenance; tasks, skills, and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures that will enable the student to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties of MOS 68F30.

AIRCRAFT MAINT/ * - MASL : D141020

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.

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE OFF - MASL : D141019

This course provides training for Air Force Officers (new accessions), Air Reserve Forces (AFR/ANG), and International Officers entering the Aircraft Maintenance Officer career field without regard to background, or prior skills, or training other than specified by AFI 36-2223. Fulfills the requirement for award of AFSC 21A1. Graduates perform duties as Aircraft Maintenance Officers in worldwide assignments.

AIRCRAFT PNEUDRAULICS REPAIRER SUPV BNCOC - MASL : B141025

Technical training in the aircraft maintenance management field, skills and knowledge of aircraft maintenance management principles and procedures, training required to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties required of MOS 68H/15H30.

AIRCRAFT POWERPLANT REPAIRER - MASL : B141750

Course provides the aircraft powerplant repairer, MOSC 68B10, with the skills and knowledge required to perform removal, replacement, servicing, cleaning, preservation, storage, dissassembly, assembly, repair, adjustment, diagnostic testing and troubleshooting, or aircraft powerplant systems, sub-systems and components. Provides the knowledge required to: Prepare forms and records, to include ULLS-A, requisition bench stock, repair parts, and engine component; assist in rigging engine controls.

AIRCRAFT POWERPLANT REPAIRER SUPV BNCOC - MASL : B141090

Emphasis is placed on technical training in the field of aircraft maintenance. It is oriented toward the training of tasks, skills, and knowledge of aircraft maintenance managment principles and procedures that will enable the student to successfully perform the supervisory and technical inspector duties of MOS 68/15B30.

AIRCRAFT POWERPLANT RPR-SP - MASL : B141781

Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level 1 training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainers guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in Powerplant Repair.Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level 1 training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainers guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in Powerplant Repair.

AIRCRAFT POWERTRAIN REPAIRER - MASL : B141752

Based on tasks that are specified for skill level one training; covers subjects (Not found in the Trainers guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in powertrain repair and nondestructive inspection skills.

AIRCRAFT POWERTRAIN REPAIRER SUPERVISOR BNCOC - MASL : B141050

Provide the student with skills and knowledge required to maintain, repair and test powertrain components, maintenance concepts, preventive maintenance, fault detection, fault isolation and appropriate AVUM/AVIM corrective actions using appropriate technical publications shall be included. Application, operation, and maintenance of all applicable Peculiar Ground Support Equipment (PGSE), Common Ground Support Equipment (CGSE), Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE).

AIRCRAFT PWRTRN RPR (SPAN) - MASL : B141774

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.

AIRCRAFT STRUCT RPR (SPAN) - MASL : B141776

Instruction in spanish based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in structural metal.Instruction in spanish based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in structural metal.

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL RPR-SP - MASL : B141783

Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in structural metal.Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level I training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in structural metal.

AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE REPAIR - MASL : B141755

Maintenance, repair and fabricatino of aircraft structural members, sheetmetal, stress panels, fiberglass and helicopter rotor blades; identification, usage and maintenance of common, special and precision tools.Maintenance, repair and fabricatino of aircraft structural members, sheetmetal, stress panels, fiberglass and helicopter rotor blades; identification, usage and maintenance of common, special and precision tools.

AIRCREW EGRESS SYS REP - MASL : D148016

This course provides formal training in aircrew egress systems career field fundamentals, introduction to maintenance management, introduction to egress systems maintenance, F-16 egress systems maintenance, ACES II seat maintenance, and F-15 egress systems maintenance/CAMS.

AIRCREW LIFE SUPPORT SPEC - MASL : D122018

Provides training in protective helmets and breathing equipment, environmental protection, chemical defense equipment and operations, parachutes, preservers and rafts, survival components including vest and kits, and aviators night vision imaging systems.

AIRDROP LOAD INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION - MASL : B148369

Toqualify and provide airdrop load inspector certification for commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel whose duties require the performance of final joint inspections of airdrop loads to be airdropped from aircraft.Toqualify and provide airdrop load inspector certification for commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel whose duties require the performance of final joint inspections of airdrop loads to be airdropped from aircraft.

AIRFIELD MANAGEMENT APR - MASL : D121077

Provides initial skills training for personnel entering the airfield management career field. Personnel are provided basic knowledge in airfield management, to include career progression, flight planning guidance, coordinating with base support agencies, Air Traffic Control structure, types of airfield inspections including airfield lighting and markings, determining the Runway Surface Condition (RSC) and Runway Condition Reading (RCR), flight safety, security, airfield response for wildlife, flight plan processing, disseminating Notice to Airman (NOTAM), emergency actions, interpreting flight information publications and deciphering weather reports. Material presented throughout the course, combined with interaction amongst yourselves, our airfield management staff, and guest speakers will help broaden your perspective on what airfield management at the three skill level (basic level) is about. We are confident that you will find the course rewarding. Completion of this course is required for the award of the 3-Skill Level

AIRFIELD OPERATIONS OFFCR - MASL : D122011

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AS OF 12 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

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For air traffic control, training includes procedures and skills involved in the operation of air traffic control facilities, aircraft recognition and performance, air navigation aids, weather, air traffic rules, communication procedures and operations, and terminal approach control procedures and operations. For airfield operations, training includes Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) and associated development, evaluation and management of a TERPS program. Additionally, training includes airfield management to include airfield construction procedures, airport planning and design, pavement evaluations, airfield inspections, safety programs, and Base Operations.

AIRLIFT ELECTRO-ENVIRONMTL - MASL : D141239

Provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform maintenance on aircraft electrical and environmental systems. The course includes training on: aircraft familiarization, maintenance and inspection systems, corrosion control, DC Principles, AC Electronics, and maintenance basics. It also includes lessons on the AF Technical order system, flightline safety, aircraft forms, maintenance data collection, troubleshooting techniques, and wiring schematics/diagrams. The course includes instruction on power generation, landing gear and warning systems, lighting, flight controls and cargo door systems, environmental systems and utility/oxygen systems.

AIRPLANE FLYING QUALITIES - MASL : P118401

Course is designed for Engineers and scientists involved in the test and evaluation of flight control systems and provides an introduction to Airplane Flying Qualities. Course description is as follows: Week One: rodynamics Summary, Longitudinal Statics, Non-Maneuvering Flight Characteristics, Maneuvering Flight Characteristics, Flight Controls, Lateral Directional Statics, Simulation Exercises 1 Static longitudinal, non-maneuvering and maneuvering & Static lateral-directional. Longitudinal Dynamics, Longitudinal Dynamic Modes, Lateral-Directional Dynamic Modes. Please contact the USNTPS Short Course Staff at 301-757-5044 or 301-757-5020 or the USNTPS website at WWW.usntps.navy.mil. for further information. Week Two: Lateral-directional Handling Qualities / Testing. Pilot Handling Qualities Evaluation Process, Military Specifications & Standards. This course includes one demonstration flight.

AM GENERAL SOUTH BEND IN - MASL : B178071

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for AM GENERAL SOUTH BEND IN is programmed.This MASL is used when Contractor Training for AM GENERAL SOUTH BEND IN is programmed.

AMC MAINT OFFICER CRS - MASL : D141383

This course provides AMC maintenance officers with pertinent aircraft maintenance management information in two major areas. The first area is Production Management; the curriculum addresses Duties and Responsibilities, Status Reporting, Safety Issues, Environmental Awareness, Maintenance Supply Support, Aircraft Forms Documentation, Logistics Support Operation, Plans and Scheduling, Information System and Sources, Force Readiness, Mobility Planning, Inspection Programs, and Total Force Orientation. The second area of the curriculum is Personnel Management; this topic addresses Training Management, Manning, and Administrative Responsibilities. The course also includes a video teleconference with HQ AMC staff and guest speakers for Air Mobility Strategic Plan and Professional Mentorship.

AME - EGRESS STRAND - MASL : P141630

This course is designed to provide personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of egress systems operation, maintenance and safety. This knowledge will enable them to perform at fleet and shore activities, performing organizational maintenance task under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision.

AME -AVIASTR MECH E C/CORE - MASL : P141629

This course is designed to provide selected Navy and Marine Corps personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of environmental systems operation, maintenance and safety. This knowledge will enable them to perform at fleet and shore activities, performing organizational maintenance task under all operating conditions with appropriate supervision. Indoctrination and Instruction, Publications, Aircraft Corrosion Control, Aircraft Liquid and Gaseous Oxygen Systems, Aircraft Airconditioning and Pressurization Systems, Aircraft Auxiliary Bleed Air Systems.

AMEDD OFFICER ADVANCED - MASL : B171207

This course is designed to enhance an officer's military frame of reference and to provide training in military medical service support operations with an overall working knowledge regarding the duties and responsibilities of AMEDD officers during periods of peace and hostilities. The intent is preparation for command and staff positions of greater responsibility.

AMEDD OFFICER BASIC LDRS - MASL : B175700

Course Scope

The AMEDD Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) consists of four phases. Completion of all four phases of the course meets the requirement 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).

Phase 1: 6-8-C20(PREP) is initial military orientation and skills for Officers with no prior military experience or training. This phase includes general military skills, orientation, weapons familiarization and land navigation for the officer with no prior military training or experience.

Phase 2: 6-8-C20(AWLC) offers basic field and survival skills training for those students who will not attend the Army Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC), it offers leader development, weapons training, Common Task Training, survival/contemporary operating environment (COE) training, and military operations in urban terrain (MOUNT) and convoy battle drills.

Phase 3: 6-8-C20(AMEDD) consists of leadership and military skills training, Field Training Exercise (FTX), and AMEDD-specific training culminating in a Health Service Support Exercise.

Phase 4 is AMEDD Area of Concentration specific training to prepare the officers for initial assignment.

Course Scope

The AMEDD Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) consists of four phases. Completion of all four phases of the course meets the requirement 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).

Phase 1: 6-8-C20(PREP) is initial military orientation and skills for Officers with no prior military experience or training. This phase includes general military skills, orientation, weapons familiarization and land navigation for the officer with no prior military training or experience.

Phase 2: 6-8-C20(AWLC) offers basic field and survival skills training for those students who will not attend the Army Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC), it offers leader development, weapons training, Common Task Training, survival/contemporary operating environment (COE) training, and military operations in urban terrain (MOUNT) and convoy battle drills.

Phase 3: 6-8-C20(AMEDD) consists of leadership and military skills training, Field Training Exercise (FTX), and AMEDD-specific training culminating in a Health Service Support Exercise.

Phase 4 is AMEDD Area of Concentration specific training to prepare the officers for initial assignment.

AMEDD OFFICER BASIC LDRS - MASL : B175701

Course Scope

The AMEDD Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) consists of four phases. Completion of all four phases of the 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).

Phase 1: 6-8-C20 (PREP) is initial military orientation and skills for Officers with no prior military experience or training.

Phase 2: 6-8-C20 (AWLC) offers basic field and survival skills training for those students who will not attend the Army Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC).

Phase 3: 6-8-C20 (AMEDD) consists of leadership and military skills training, Field Training Exercise (FTX), and AMEDD-specific training culminating in a Health Service Support Exercise.

Phase 4: Is AMEDD Area of Concentration specific training to prepare the officer for initial assignment.

Course Scope

The AMEDD Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) consists of four phases. Completion of all four phases of the 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).

Phase 1: 6-8-C20 (PREP) is initial military orientation and skills for Officers with no prior military experience or training.

Phase 2: 6-8-C20 (AWLC) offers basic field and survival skills training for those students who will not attend the Army Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC).

Phase 3: 6-8-C20 (AMEDD) consists of leadership and military skills training, Field Training Exercise (FTX), and AMEDD-specific training culminating in a Health Service Support Exercise.

Phase 4: Is AMEDD Area of Concentration specific training to prepare the officer for initial assignment.

AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION - MASL : B142935

This course provides training for ammunition personnel in the various methods, procedures and techniques of performing ammunition demilitarization. Emphasis is placed on procedures required for open burning and detonation. Students are introduced to the emerging technologies for resource recovery and recycling. This course includes a live explosives exercise in which each student will conduct set up and detonation using both electric and non-electric methods on the demolition range. Training is also provided on the changing impact of environmental requirements and decontamination methods.

AMMUNITION QUALITY ASSURANCE - MASL : B142923

This course is designed to provide both Quality Assurance Specialists (Ammunition Surveillance) (QASAS) and Ammunition Management Interns with a fundamental understanding of the quality assurance practices associated with conventional munitions. Students will learn how ammunition is evaluated and classified throughout its life cycle and how this information is recorded and used to effectively manage the ammunition stockpile.This course is designed to provide both Quality Assurance Specialists (Ammunition Surveillance) (QASAS) and Ammunition Management Interns with a fundamental understanding of the quality assurance practices associated with conventional munitions. Students will learn how ammunition is evaluated and classified throughout its life cycle and how this information is recorded and used to effectively manage the ammunition stockpile.

AMMUNITION SPECIALIST - MASL : B152288

Perform ammunition issue, receipt, storage, handling, rewarehousing, transportation, and inventory operations to include: operation and maintenance of rough terrain forklift, and clean burning diesel; operation and maintenance of the palletized load system; ammunition safehandling procedures; care and preservation of ammunition; the operation and maintenance of manual and automated stock control and accounting records; the processing of manual and automated transaction and the creation and transmission of reports to higher headquarters; the establishment and maintenance of SAAS-Modernization/SAAS-ASP to SAAS-MMC communication links; the operation and maintenance of the associated Automated Data Processing Equipment (ADPE), bar-coding equipment, perform individual Warrior Tasks and Collective Warrior Battle Drills and an FTX.

AMMUNITION SPECIALIST BNCOC - MASL : B152297

This course provides training in ammunition compatibility and quantity distance standards, munitions storage, rewarehousing, segregation operations, and safe handling procedures needed to effectively manage munitions operations; provide skills and knowledge of the procedures necessary to conduct inspection of munitions, small missiles, and use/maintain munitions gages, Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS-ASP, SAAS-DAO procedures, SAAS-MMC procedures), FBCB2 and an FTX.

AMMUNITION STORAGE - MASL : B142938

This course provides basic information and training in the use and application of governing regulations and procedures for safety and security of ammunition and explosives in storage. The training includes principles in ammunition storage, Explosive Safety Standards (ESS), types of storage facilities and safety requirements for ammunition storage operations. Also included is the study of the appropriate regulations, publications and ammunition storage drawings.

AMMUNITION SUPPLY AND INVENTORY - MASL : B142939

This course provides the Ammunition Management Career Intern and others a working knowledge of inventory and supply management procedures. The supply portion of the course provides a comprehensive overview of ammunition supply systems and organizations associated with the requisition and issue, asset reporting, item management, and various other aspects of ammunition supply. Students will be taught the relationship of ammunition supply to other functions, such as inventory, storage, production, procurement, maintenance, and disposal. The inventory portion of the course is intended to develop managerial capabilities by providing an understanding of the principles, policies, organizations, and techniques necessary to attain an efficient and reliable inventory management system as a part of total logistics management. This includes computation of material requirements, distribution, management of assets, cataloging, and worldwide status reporting requirements.This course provides the Ammunition Management Career Intern and others a working knowledge of inventory and supply management procedures. The supply portion of the course provides a comprehensive overview of ammunition supply systems and organizations associated with the requisition and issue, asset reporting, item management, and various other aspects of ammunition supply. Students will be taught the relationship of ammunition supply to other functions, such as inventory, storage, production, procurement, maintenance, and disposal. The inventory portion of the course is intended to develop managerial capabilities by providing an understanding of the principles, policies, organizations, and techniques necessary to attain an efficient and reliable inventory management system as a part of total logistics management. This includes computation of material requirements, distribution, management of assets, cataloging, and worldwide status reporting requirements.

AMMUNITION TECHNICIAN WO BASIC - MASL : B152292

Conventional ammunition, storage operations, Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) level one, three, four, and Division Ammunition Office (DAO)operations, L ogistics Applications of Automated Marking and Reading Symbols (LOGMARS), and Training Ammunition Management System (TAMIS).Conventional ammunition, storage operations, Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) level one, three, four, and Division Ammunition Office (DAO)operations, L ogistics Applications of Automated Marking and Reading Symbols (LOGMARS), and Training Ammunition Management System (TAMIS).

AMPB AIR TRAF CNTRL CEN OP - MASL : P133027

Provides selected Air Traffic Control personnel with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to perform amphibious air traffic control operations readiness, watch station, and system operation functions during amphibious air operation evolutions. The course covers the organization, directives, rules, procedures, phraseology and equipment related to an Amphibious Air Traffic Control Center (AATCC) and amphibious air operations. Topics include: Overview of Amphibious Operations; Amphibious Task Force Organization and Command Relationships; an overview of Tactical Air Control Squadron (TACRON) Operations and how they relate to operations in an AATCC; Ship Organization including pre-deployment requirements; Overview of Amphibious Air Operations including OC division responsibilities to include equipment and pre-launch brief, publications, charts, and messages used during amphibious air operations including publication and use of the Daily Air Plan; Charts used in an AATCC and airspace concerns; Watchstation duties and responsibilities.

AMPHIB AIR OPS COORD - MASL : P124054

AMPHIBIOUS AIRSPACE OPERATIONS COORDINATION COURSE (AAOC)

Provides officers and staff noncommissioned officers/senior petty officers (E-5 to 0-5) training in the organization employment considerations and functioning of airspace control systems used in expeditionary/amphibious operations. Emphasis is placed on the systems established to support the Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) and Marine Air Ground Task Forces (MAGTFs).

This course provides instruction in the concepts for joint force use of airspace, organization of airspace control agencies of the separate DOD services, command and control responsibilities of JFACC/ACA/AADC, typical procedural control measures used during amphibious operations and an introduction to amphibious airspace planning.

Prerequisite: The primary student population are personnel assigned to billets in the Navy Tactical Air Control System (NTACS-TACC, HDC) and Marine Air Command and Control System (MACCS) organizations and personnel who conduct fire support coordination or airspace management functions within expeditionary/amphibious forces.

AMPHIB PLAN SR OFF-INTL - MASL : P171007

INTERNATIONAL SENIOR OFFICER AMPHIBIOUS PLANNING Provides senior international officers with an understanding of joint Navy/Marine Expeditionary Warfare Force concepts and procedures required for planning an expeditionary warfare operation. The course includes introductory instruction in both naval and landing force expeditionary warfare organizations, doctrine, equipment, communications, employment of supporting arms and logistical support of an expeditionary warfare operation. Follow-on instruction is then provided in joint naval/landing force expeditionary warfare planning concepts and procedures, and culminates with students developing an expeditionary plan in support of a major expeditionary warfare operation. Students also research, write and present a paper on a major amphibious operation. Prerequisites: Officers in the rank of Commander (O5) through Rear Admiral (08), or equivalent, in the naval forces (selective waivers may be granted to limited numbers of Lieutenant Commanders/equivalent officers, and Lieutenant Colonel through Major General in the ground and air forces of those countries on the invitation list.) NOTE: COURSE CONVENES ANNUALLY IN 2ND FISCAL QUARTER. MINIMUM OF 8 STUDENTS REQUIRED TO CONDUCT THE CLASS. A COURSE IN AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE PLANNING WHICH COMBINES LECTURES, SEMINARS, DEMONSTRATIONS, PRACTICAL APPLICATION, TOURS AND EXTENSIVE INFORMATIONAL PROGRAM.

AMPHIB WARFARE INDOC - MASL : P124503

Toprovide a comprehensive indoctrination in amphibious operations, to include planning, ship-to-shore movement, supporting arms, tactical air, and landing force organization and functions in order to prepare officers and selected U.S. Armed Forces enlisted personnel E-5 through E-9 to carry out shipboard and staff assignments adequately and with comprehension of purpose.

SCOPE: This course is a comprehensive indoctrination in Amphibious Warfare. It is designed to prepare Officers and Senior Enlisted personnel (E-5 to E-9) who have been recently assigned, or are pending assignment to amphibious ships or staffs. It is also suitable for officers of other United States Forces and allied nations. Type of instruction is classroom lecture with a comprehensive final written examination.

NOTE: This course is open to all rates.

MTT associated with this course is MASL P309196.

AMPHIB WARFARE INDOC - MASL : P124250

AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE INDOCTRINATION To provide a comprehensive indoctrination in amphibious operations, techniques, planning, ship-to-shore movement, supporting arms, tactical air, and landing force organization and functions in order to prepare officers and selected U.S. and allied Armed Forces enlisted personnel E-5 through E-9 to carry out shipboard and staff assignments adequately and with comprehension of purpose. SPECIAL NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P124265, "NAVAL GUNFIRE LIAISON OFF", K-2G-0040.

AMRAAM - EOD - MASL : P193137

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

AN SLQ-48 MINE NEUT SYS OP - MASL : P123215

AN.SLQ-48 MINE NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEM OPERATOR

The Mine Neutralization System operator course is designed to provide Mineman the training necessary to ensure proper operation of the AN/SLQ-48(V) Mine Neutralization System, to include capabilities, limitations, and all mission phases.

Scope: Designed for the specific purpose of training selected STG/MN s in the capabilities, limitations, mission, power up, pre-launch, launch, Mission Package deployment, and recovery requirements of the AN/SLQ-48 System. Trainees will perform the power up, pre-launch, launch, transit out, mission package deployment (MP-1, MP-2), transit in, and recovery of the Mine Neutralization Vehicle (MNV).

AN SLQ-48(V) MNS MT TECH - MASL : P123216

ANSLQ-48(V) MINE NEUTRALIZATION SYSTEM (MNS) MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

The AN/SLQ-48(V) Mine Neutralization System Maintenance Course is designed to provide Mineman (MN) onboard Coastal Minehunter (MHC) and Mine Countermeasure (MCM) Class chips with the necessary electronic/hydraulic knowledge and skills training to include capabilities, limitations, functional check out, preventive and corrective maintence troubleshooting procedures to system level and below, at the apprenticeship level.

Other Prereq: Electronic Background: Graduate of: Mineman Electronics Core (A-100-0004) (obsolete) or Digital Electronics Training (A-130-0271)(obsolete) or Basic Electricity and Electronics (obsolete) may be substituted for the prerequisite of Test Set Maintenance (A-647-2754).

Scope: Designed for the specific purpose of training selected MN students in the capabilities, limitations, functional check out, corrective and support the AN/SLQ-48 Mine Neutralization System Students will perform troubleshooting procedures system level and below, as well as corrective and preventive maintenance.

AN/ARN-118 TAC INT MAINT - MASL : P141573

AN/ARN-118(V) TACAN SYSTEM INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have acquired sufficien tskills and knowledge of the AN/ARN-118(V) TACAN System theory of operation, characteristics and troubleshooting procedures to perform, with close supervision, intermediate level maintenance on this system in the AMID/MALS working environment. Scope: This course content includes the following Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction to the AN/ARN-118(V) TACAN System 2. Detailed Operation of the AN/ARN-118(V) TACAN System 3. Troubleshooting and Adjustment of the AN/ARN-118 (V) TACAN System.

Prerequisites: Graduate of AVA (Class A1) or equivalent

AN/ASA-64A SUB ANDM I/M - MASL : P141894

AN/ASA-64A SUBMARINE ANOMALY DETECTOR INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE COURSE

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including operation, testing, troubleshooting, and repair procedures, to perform, under limited supervision, intermediate maintenance on the AN/ASA-64A Submarine Anomaly Detector, in the Intermediate Maintenance Activity working environment.

Scope: This course covers:

1. Introduction to the AN/ASA-64A, Submarine Anomaly Detector

2. AN/ASA-64A Circuit Analysis

3. AN/ASA-64A Operation and Repair.

AN/ASA-65(V) MAG C/G I/M - MASL : P141893

AN/ASA-65(V) MAGNETIC COMPENSATOR GROUP INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including circuit analysis, alignment, adjustment, troubleshooting, and repair procedures, to perform, under supervision, intermediate maintenance on the AN/ASA-65 (V) Magnetic Compensator Group, in the Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department working environment.

Scope: This course covers:

1. Introduction of the AN/ASA-65 (V) System

2. AN/ASA-65 (V) Detailed Circuit Analysis

3. AN/ASA-65 (V) System Operational Checkout, Adjustments/Alignments, and Troubleshooting.

Prerequisite: Graduate of AV (Class A1) School or equivalent.

AN/ASA-71 SEL CONT SYS I/M - MASL : P141896

AN/ASA-71 SELECTOR CONTROL SYSTEM INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including circuit analysis, testing, troubleshooting, alighment, and repair procedures, to perform, under supervision, intermediate level maintenance on the AN/ASA-71 Selector Control System in the Intermediate Maintenance Activity working environment.

Scope: This course covers:

1. Selector Control System Circuit Analysis.

2. Operational Checkout, Alignment, Troubleshooting and Repair Procedures.

3. AN/ASA-71 System Operational Checkout, Adjustments/Alignments and Troubleshooting.

AN/ASQ-81(V) MAG I/M - MASL : P141899

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including system analysis and troubleshooting procedures, to perform, under close supervision, intermediate level maintenance on the AN/ASQ-81 (V) Magnetic Anomaly Detection Set, in the AIMD working environment. Scope: This course covers: 1. Introduction to the AN/ASQ-81(V) Magnetic Anomaly Detection Set System and Maintenance. 2. Introduction to the RL-3 05/ASQ-81(V) Reeling Machine System and Mdaintenance.

Prerequisite: Graduate of AV (Class A1) School or Equivalent.

AN/SLQ-32(V)2 OPER INTL - MASL : P139321

Provides students with the training and simulated operational experience required to operate the AN/SLQ-32(V)2.

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

AN/SLQ-32A(V)2 MAINTENANCE - MASL : P139069

PURPOSE: To provide foreign national students with the knowledge and skills required to perform preventive and corrective maintenance, with supervision, on AN/SLQ-32A(V)2 Electronic Warfare System.

SCOPE: Consists of classroom lectures and laboratory exercises in system operation, determination of degradation and remaining system capabilities when malfunctions occur, the use and interpretation of system diagnostic tests, operation of special purpose test equipment and tools, theory of system operation to the block diagram level and performance of preventive and corrective maintenance actions.

AN/SPS 64 MAINTENANCE - MASL : P137007

AN/SPS 64 MAINTENANCE COURSE

Quota Control and POC: Mr. Don Dolence (donald.a.dolence@navy.mil)

Class size: 6

AN/SPS-40E SS RADAR S MT - MASL : P137005

AN/SPS-40E SOLID STATE RADAR SET MAINTENANCE

To train qualified personnel in the operation and maintenance of the AN/SPS-40E Radar Set with solid state transmitter. Scope: To provide selected Electronics Technicians and other equivalent Department of Defense personnel with the training required to operate and maintain the radar set under all shipboard readiness conditions, using associated test equipment, with no supervision. Maintenance includes the ability to identify, analyze, locate and correct malfunctions in the radar set following the procedures outlined in the current equipment FOMM manual.

AN/SPS-49(V) RADAR SET MT - MASL : P137152

Provides maintenance training on the AN/SPS-49(V)1 Radar Set which further provides the Electronic Technician with the skills and knowledge to perform preventative and corrective maintenance under normal operating conditions.

AN/SPS-49A 5,7,8 & MT TECH - MASL : P137162

AN/SPS-49(V)5,7,8 and A(V) MT TECH

Designed to provide selected Electronic Technicians (ET) and other equivalent personnel with the training required to maintain the AN/SPS-49(V)5,7, 8 and A(V)1 Radar Sets under all shipboard readiness conditions, using the Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) and other associated test equipment, with no supervision. Students will be provided sufficient knowledge and skills required to perform the associated alignments, test, corrective and preventive maintenance. Performance tests, troubleshooting, corrective and preventive maintenance will be limited to the modular repair concept. The maintenance and checkout will include the ability to recognize, analyze, locate and correct malfunctions occurring in the AN/SPS-49(V)5,7,8 and A(V)1 Systems following the procedures defined in the current equipment technical manuals. PREREQUISITES: Graduate of Electronic Technician Class (A) School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications.

AN/SPS-55 RADAR SET MT - MASL : P137044

AN/SPS-55 RADAR SET MAINTENANCE

To provide maintenance and repair training for the AN/SPS-55 Radar Set. SCOPE: Provide selected students with the knowledge and skill training necessary to operate and maintain the AN/SPS-55 Radar Set without supervision. Students will be provided sufficient knowledge and skills required to perform the associated alignments, test, corrective and preventive maintenance. Performance tests, troubleshooting, corrective and preventive maintenance will be limited to the modular repair concept. PREREQUISITES: Graduate of Electronic Technician Class A School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications.

AN/SPS-67V1/3 RADAR SET MT - MASL : P137145

AN/SPS-67(V)1/3 RADAR SET MT

Provides Electronic Technicians, and other personnel with equivalent qualifications, the training required to maintain and repair the AN/SPS-67(V)1 and (V)3 Radar Set with no supervision. The objective of this course is to provide the student sufficient knowledge and skill in the theory and operational procedures of the AN/SPS-67(V)1 & 3 Radar Set. The students are provided instruction on the troubleshooting and repair of the Receiver/Transmitter, Video Processor, Antenna Pedestal, Antenna Controller, Signal Processor, and the Radar Set Control. Students will be provided sufficient knowledge and skills required to perform the associated alignments, tests, corrective and preventive maintenance. Performance tests, troubleshooting, corrective and preventive maintenance will be limited to the modular repair concept for all units, except for the 2A1 Modulator Drive in the R/T, which is troubleshot via "cold checks" procedures to the component level.

PREREQUISITES: Graduate of Electronic Technician Class (A) School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications.

Provides Electronic Technicians, and other personnel with equivalent qualifications, the training required to maintain and repair the AN/SPS-67(V)1 and (V)3 Radar Set with no supervision. The objective of this course is to provide the student sufficient knowledge and skill in the theory and operational procedures of the AN/SPS-67(V)1 & 3 Radar Set. The students are provided instruction on the troubleshooting and repair of the Receiver/Transmitter, Video Processor, Antenna Pedestal, Antenna Controller, Signal Processor, and the Radar Set Control. Students will be provided sufficient knowledge and skills required to perform the associated alignments, tests, corrective and preventive maintenance. Performance tests, troubleshooting, corrective and preventive maintenance will be limited to the modular repair concept for all units, except for the 2A1 Modulator Drive in the R/T, which is troubleshot via "cold checks" procedures to the component level.

PREREQUISITES: Graduate of Electronic Technician Class (A) School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications.

AN/SPY-1D RAD SYS O/M(KS) - MASL : P179363

AN/SPY-1D(V) RADAR SYSTEM 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 functional theory, operation, and maintenance of the AN/SPY-1D (V) Radar. The course covers a detailed description of the Advanced Signal Processor (ASP), Transmitter, Antenna, and associated Auxiliary equipment. Emphasis is placed on Fault Detection/Fault Isolation (FD/FI) procedures, utilizing the Integrated Sub-Element Testing System (ISETS)/Radar Interactive Built-In Testing (RIBIT) and ORTS, Discussions of radar system-level functions, interfaces, radar console operation, and computer program functional analysis are also provided.

Max Number of Students: 24

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Successful completion of the UNIX for SOLARIS/LAN Overview Course.

AN/SPY-1D(V) O&M (KS) - MASL : P179520

GIS RADAR SYSTEM AN/SPY-1D (V) OPERATION & MAINTENANCE (O&M)

Purpose: To provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and direct organizational level maintenance on the AN/SPY-1D RADAR System, to provide supervision and guidance for element technicians and to communicate weapon system status.

This course covers the organizational level operation and preventive and corrective maintenance of the AN/SPY-1D (V) RADAR System signal flow; the use of special tools and test equipment; alignment procedures; operational tests, recognition and interpretations of system malfunctions; and operation of system consoles in support of the ship s combat system in a tactical environment and during test and evaluation.

Method of Teaching: Classroom lessons and hands-on training provided on available and applicable equipment to the AWS. Simulations used as appropriate with differences explained. Actual equipment used will include Computers, Signal processor, DTS, Q-70 equipment and transmitter.

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

AN/SPY-1D(V) RADAR SYS O&M - MASL : P179378

AN/SPY-1D(V) RADAR SYSTEM OPERAITON AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (J5)

The purpose of this course is to provide the knowledge and skill required to perform the operation and direct organizational level maintenance on the AN/SPY-1D(V) RADAR System, to provide supervision and guidance for element technicians, and to communicate weapons system status.

This course covers the organiational level operation and preventive and corrective maintenance of the AN/SPY-1D(V) Radar System, including system signal flow, the use of special tools and test equipment; alignment procedures; operational tests, recognition and interpretations of system malfunctions. Operation of system consoles in support of the ship s combat system in a tactical environment and during test and evaluation training is also provided.

Method of Teaching: Classroom lessons and hands on training on available and applicable equipment to the AWS. Simulations used as appropriate, with differences explained. Actual equipment used will include Comptuers, Signal processor, DTS, Q-70 equipment and transmitter.

Prerequisites: General knowledge of electronics; Security Clearance of SECRET; Normal color vision; Invitational Travel Orders required; Successful Completion of the Fundatmentals Course; Miniumum ECL Score of 70%.

Max Class Size: 12 students

AN/SQQ32-V MINEHT SNR OPTR - MASL : P123212

Totrain U.S. Naval personnel to maintain the AN/SQQ-32 (V) 2 Minehunting Sonar Set (MSS).

SCOPE: Designed for the specific purpose of training selected MN s to detect, diagnose and isolate equipment failures using computer aided Preventive Maintenance/Fault Localization (PM/FL) software, Fault Localization Diagrams (FLD), schematics, wiring and logic diagrams, and to correct faults by removal and replacement of failed modules and components.

AN/SQQ32-V MINEHT SNR TECH - MASL : P123211

To train U.S. Naval personnel to maintain the AN/SQQ-32 (V) 2 Minehunting Sonar Set (MSS).

SCOPE: Designed for the specific purpose of training selected MN s to detect, diagnose and isolate equipment failures using computer aided Preventive Maintenance/Fault Localization (PM/FL) software, Fault Localization Diagrams (FLD), schematics, wiring and logic diagrams, and to correct faults by removal and replacement of failed modules and components.

AN/SSN-6 NAVSSI O&M - MASL : P145233

AN/SSN-6 Navigation Sensor System Interface (NAVSSI) Operation and Maintenance (O&M)

The NAVSSI Course will provide operation and maintenance training. Operator Training will include a basic introduction, including how to use the training guide; points of contact; background and program history; NAVSSI purpose basic configuration, and system interfaces, as well as a hardware overview of RTS, DCS and NRSs, and system start -up and shutdown. Passwords/password levels and software, such as COMDAC software, use of Common Desktop Environment, and overview of troubleshooting windows will also be presented. A workbook is given to students, which includes 12 lessons to be completed by the student.

Maintenance Training will include a basic introduction, including how to use the training guide; points of contact; background and program history; NAVSSI purpose and basic configuration; and system interfaces. A hardware overview will include RTS, DCS and NRSs subsystems and components; equipment drawings and lists of controls and indicator; circuit board graphics and settings; and signal flow diagrams and interconnection diagrams. System start -up and shutdown, safety measures, routine maintenance, corrective maintenance )troubleshooting and fault isolation using system fault indicators; system alarm troubleshooting; system alert troubleshooting tables and flow charts; maintenance shutdown procedures, emphasizing the importance of a proper orderly shutdown) and system administrator functions are presented. Students will also identify components of each rack with equipment running, observing controls and indicators and use the systems pull-down windows for troubleshooting and maintaining the system.

Prerequisites: Normal color vision; Invitational Travel Orders required; Minimum ECL Score of 70%

MAX Class Size: 8 Operators and 8 Maintainers

AN/SSQ-109 M/SCS MAINT - MASL : P123220

AN/SSQ-109 MINEHUNTER COASTAL MACHINERY/SHIP CONTROL SYSTEM (SCS) MAINTENANCE

Designed to provide personnel in the Interior Communications Electrician(IC) and Electrician s Mate(EM) ratings, paygrades E-4 to E-6, with the knowledge and skills required to perform scheduled preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and organizational level corrective maintenance for shipboard propulsion engineering control consoles and automatic control systems onboard the Coastal Minesweeper (MHC-51) class ships.

Scope: Designed to provide personnel in the Interior Communications Electrician(IC) and Electrician s Mate(EM) ratings, paygrades E-4 to E-6, with the knowledge and skills required to perform scheduled preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and organizational level corrective maintenance for shipboard propulsion engineering control consoles and automatic control systems onboard the Coastal Minesweeper (MHC-51) class ships.

PREREQUISITE COURSES: A-623-0105, IC A; A-662-0016, EM A ; A-651-0122, AN/SSQ-109 M/SCS OPERATOR; A-100-0102, EM ATT; A-100-0103, IC ATT.

AN/SSQ-109 M/SCS OPERATORS - MASL : P123221

AN/SSQ-109 MINE HUNTER COASTAL MACHINERY/SHIP CONTROL SYSTEM (SCS) OPERATORS

Designed to provide personnel in the Interior Communications Electrician (IC), Electrician s Mate (EM) and Engineman (EN) ratings, paygrades E-4 to E-6 and officers paygrades O-1 to O-3, with the knowledge and skills required to operate the shipboard propulsion engineering control consoles and automatic control systems onboard the Coastal Minesweeper (MHC-51) class ships.

Scope: Perform all operational procedures with supervision on the MACHINERY/SHIP CONTROL SYSTEM (M/SCS) to include: - MAN-MACHINE INTERFACE (MMI) SUBSYSTEM - DAMAGE CONTROL PANEL - LOCAL CONTROL PANEL SUBSYSTEM

Prereq Courses: A-623-0105, IC A; A-652-0018, EN A ; A-662-0016, EM A

AN/SWG-1A(Deact-SeeTCC) - MASL : P134280

This course provides designated maintenance personnel with an understanding of principals of operation, knowledge and skills necessary to perform shipboard maintenance of the HARPOON Weapon System, AN/SWG-1A, Surface Application.

SCOPE: Training includes practical application in identification of the interrelationship and function of system components, casualty analysis, and troubleshooting. The course also covers performance of tests and adjustments in accordance with procedures and standards contained in applicable publications and maintenance requirement cards.

AN/SYQ-13 NAV & CSM - MASL : P123218

AN/SYQ-13 NAVIGATION AND CONTROL STATION MAINTENANCE

Provide training in the organizational level preventive and corrective maintenance of the AN/SYQ-13 Navigation/Command and Control (NAVC2) System used onboard the Osprey Class Coastal Minehunter (MHC) ships. Successful completion of COI makes graduate eligible for NEC 1495.

Scope: Trainee receives instruction in system troubleshooting, repair, and preventive maintenance on the AN/SYQ-13. In addition to the AN/SYQ-13, the COI includes basic maintenance for the AN/WRN-6 Satellite Navigation System, Acufix 500 LORAN-C Set, and MX-610 Doppler Sonar Set.

AN/SYQ-13 NAVG & CSO - MASL : P123217

AN/SYQ-13 NAVIGATION AND CONTROL STATION OPERATOR

Provide training in the operation of the AN/SYQ-13 Navigation/Command and Control (NAVC2) System used onboard the Osprey Class Coastal Minehunter (MHC) ships. Successful completion of COI makes graduate eligible for NEC 0343.

AN/UQN-4 ECHO SOUNDER MT - MASL : P139205

Provides the skills and knowledge necessary to operate and maintain the Sonar AN/UQN-4 Sounding Set and perform preventive and corrective maintenance under normal operating conditions without assistance. Technical, preventive and corrective maintenance of the AN/UQN-4/4A Sonar Sounding Set.

AN/URN-25 TACAN MT - MASL : P137056

AN/URN-25 TACAN MAINTENANCE

To provide Electronic Technicians the training required to maintain and repair the AN/URN-25, the OE-273 and the OE-258 Antennas to the modular level.

SCOPE: The objective of this course is to provide the student sufficient knowledge and skill in the theory and operational procedures of the AN/URN-25 TACAN and associated antennas. The students are provided instruction on the troubleshooting and repair of the Coder/Keyer, Receiver/Transmitter, and Status Control-Indicator units of the AN/URN-25 TACAN, the OE-273(V)/URN Antenna and Antenna Control Unit, the OE-258/URN Antenna, Radio Frequency Monitor and Modulation Generator. Students will be provided sufficient knowledge and skills required to perform the associated alignments, test, corrective and preventive maintenance. Performance tests, troubleshooting, corrective and preventive maintenance will be limited to the modular repair concept.

PREREQUISITES: Graduate of Electronic Technician Class (A) School or other maintenance personnel with equivalent qualifications.

AN/USC-42 MINI-DAMA - MASL : P139271

AN/USC-42 MINI-DEMAND ASSIGNED MULTIPLE ACCESS (DAMA)

Provides the knowledge and skills required to enable personnel to operate and maintain the AN/USC-42 Mini-DAMA Communications System.

This course will provide the ability to: Describe the general equipment theory necessary to perform the operation of the Mini-DAMA Communications System. (i.e. UHF SATCOM Theory, DAMA theory, Line of Sight). State the purpose, function, and location of specific equipment related to the capabilities, functions, and limitations Of the Mini-Dama. Apply the principles, rules and concepts necessary to solve given problems and situations pertaining to the operation and maintenance of the Mini-DAMA. Perform normal operational and maintenance procedures such as cleaning and inspection of the AN/USC-42 Mini-DAMA. Perform Built-In Test (BIT) procedures and Manual-Fault Isolation procedures to isolate faults. Perform remove and replace procedures.

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics; Invitational Travel Orders required; a Security Clearance of Secret is required to access the training facility; ECL Score of 80%

AN/WSN-2 GYROCOMPASS MT - MASL : P145232

Provides Interior Communications Electricians with the knowledge and skills required to operate, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain the AN/WSN-2 Stabilized Gyrocompass system to the circuit card or subassembly level.

AN/WSN-7(V)1(Deact-See LTB - MASL : P145491

Toprovide Interior Communicatons Electricians(IC) and Electronics Technicians(ET) with the skills and knowledge necessary to operate and maintain the AN/WSN-7(V) INS with limited supervision using technical references, under all conditions of readiness, in port or underway.

ANG ADV ALFT TACTICS 22FH - MASL : D116128

Provides advanced tactics training for MR C-130 crews in combat/hostile environment mission planning and flying. Training includes low-level navigation training, threat analyses, heavy equipment and CDS airdrops, assault landings, aircraft maneuvering, and low altitude awareness training. Flying hours: 22.

ANG INT'L BASIC CRS (BVR) - MASL : D111121

This course will produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic proficiency in Air to Air an Air to Surface mission tasks.

ANG INTL BASIC CRS-ADVANCED (POLAND)( F-16C/D) - MASL : D111154

COURSE DESCRIPTION

1-1. Course Title: Air National Guard International Basic Course Advanced for Poland, F-16C/D, dated November 2006

1-2. Course Number: F16CPLBA

1-3. Course Objective: Produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic proficiency in air-to-air and air-to-surface mission tasks.

1-4. Location: 162 FW, Tucson, Arizona

1-5. Duration: 140 Training Days: 17 ground training days, 123 flying training days based on a class of 4 students.

1-6. Status Upon Graduation:

a. Graduates will be qualified in the F-16 to include transition, emergency, and instrument tasks.

b. Graduates will be proficient in air refueling; All Aspect Missile Defense (AAMD) and intercept, engagement, or defense against one adversary when flying single ship, or two adversaries when flying as a wingman.

c. Graduates will be proficient in low and medium altitude day VFR attacks on preplanned targets and delivery of ordnance using visual deliveries.

d. Graduates will be proficient in medium altitude Paveway II deliveries, and Buddy-Lase Procedures.

e. Graduates will have limited proficiency in night air refueling, Air Combat Tactics (ACT), night intercepts, Close Air Support (CAS), basic night operations, and night radar trail formation procedures.

f. Graduates will be familiar with medium-altitude Paveway III deliveries, and Inertially Aided Munitions (IAM's), mission planning and deliveries.

g. Graduates will be qualified LOWAT Category I (500 feet AGL).

1-7. Course Entry Prerequisites:

a. Graduate of an approved military pilot training course. 162 FW/CC is the approval authority for non-USAF undergraduate pilot training.

b. Graduate of USAF Courses: T-38C Qualification Track 1 Poland (F-V5A-Q Track 1) and Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals T-38 (B/F-V5A-K)

c. English Comprehension Level (ECL) of 85. Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) score of 2/2. Specialized English Terminology (SET) training required.

d. Physiological training is complete and valid through the end of the course.

e. F-16 profile centrifuge training completed before the class starting date. Completed Basic and water survival (desired, not required).

f. Appropriate security clearance.

g. USAF validated flight physical examination.

h. Pilots not meeting entry requirements will require a waiver to enter this course. NGB/A3 is the waiver authority.

ANG INT'L HYBRID BASIC (BA) - MASL : D111142

This course will produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic fighter proficiency in Air to Air and Air to Surface mission tasks. The Transition (TR), Basic Fighter Maneuvers (BFM) and Air Combat Maneuvering (ACM) training sorties will be accomplished in the F-16A/B. Students will then accomplish an abbreviated F-16A/B to F-16C/D conversion phase and complete the Tactical Intercept (TI), Low Altitude Stepdown Training (LASDT), Surface Attack (SA) and Surface Attack Tactics (SAT) training sorties in the F-16C/D.

ANG INTL QUALIFICATION CRS - MASL : D111119

This course will provide basic aircraft qualification, introduction to Air to Air training through the Basic Fighter Manuevers module and an introduction to Air to Surface training consisting of four box bombing sorties on a controlled range.

ANG INTL SEASONING TRK III - MASL : D111147

This course will provide seasoning for qualified international F-16 pilots in Air to Air and Air to Surface mission tasks. This course consists of three tracks. These tracks are identical except. Track 1: Adversary support (D)ACT is provided by the U.S. Track 2: Adversary support (D)ACT is provided by Poland. Track 3: Shortened course (40 training days); reduced flying missions.

ANG INT'L SR OFF CRS A/B - MASL : D116182

The course will produce qualified Senior Officer (Colonel (or equivalent) and above) F-16A or F-16C pilots with basic proficiency in aircraft operating tasks.

ANG INTL TRANSITION CRS-CI - MASL : D111139

This course will produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic proficiency in Air to Air and Air to Surface mission tasks.

ANG INTL TRANX TRACK 2(NO) - MASL : D111149

This course will requalify F-16 pilots with basic proficiency in Air to Air and Air to Surface misison tasks.

ANG INTL TRNST CRS (BVR) - MASL : D111098

This course will produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic proficiency in Air-to-Air and Air-to-Surface mission tasks.

ANG POLISH BASIC CRS - MASL : D111127

Produce qualified F-16C pilot with basic proficiency in Air to Air and Air to Surface mission tasks.

ANG QUALIFICATION CRS - MASL : D111122

This course will produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic proficiency in Air-to-Air (except DACT) and Air-to-Surface mission tasks.

ANIMAL CARE SPECIALIST - MASL : B175253

Provide training for enlisted veterinary personnel to assist in the care, management and treatment of animals in veterinary service teams, veterinary treatment facilities, and/or research facilities. Subjects include administration, basic sciences and diagnostic laboratory procedures, anatomy, physiology, radiology, pharmacology, veterinary pathology and disease, laboratory animals, anesthesiology, surgical procedures, and the handling, care and management of animals. Participation in a minimum of 72-120 hour, scenario-driven, tactical Situational Training Exercise to demonstrate MOS and Common Task reinforcement and evaluation.

AO - NAVY DIFFERENCE TRNG - MASL : P142381

This course was designed to provide personnel with the basic knowledge and skills in the field of aviation ordnance. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation squadron activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operational conditions with appropriate supervision. Aircraft armament test equipment and systems, operational tests of suspension and releasing equipment, loading and unloading of aircraft munitions.

AO APPREN TECH (AEC) - MASL : P131386

AOAPPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING (AO ATT)

The Apprentice Technical Training course will offer entry-level training for the AO 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.

AOC IQT AIR SPACE CRS - MASL : D121102

Trains personnel assigned to a Falconer AOC weapon system (AN/VSQ-163) or augmenting manpower forces unit how to perform airspace manager duties in a Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC). Personnel receive education and training on joint and Service doctrine; JAOC organization and processes; basic airspace control doctrine, procedures, planning and coordination; and Theater Battle Management Core Systems (TBMCS) applications and other associated AOC command and control (C2) systems tools. Training consists of academic lectures, seminars, computer application labs, practical exercises, performance evaluations and a comprehensive end-of-course exercise simulating a JAOC environment.

AOC IQT DEFENSIVE CRS - MASL : D121098

Trains personnel, O5 and below, assigned to an AN/USQ-163 AOC weapon system or augmenting manpower forces unit how to perform defensive combat plans/operations duties in a Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC). Personnel receive education and training on joint and Service doctrine; JAOC organization and processes; air tasking order air defense planning, coordination and execution; and Theater Battle Management Core Systems (TBMCS) applications and other associated AOC command and control (C2) systems tools. Training consists of academic lectures, seminars, computer application labs, practical exercises performance evaluations and a comprehensive end-of-course exercise simulating a JAOC environment.

AOCFAM - UAE SPECIFIC - MASL : D302046

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.

AOCFAM COURSE DESIGN - MASL : D302047

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.

APN194V RADAR ALT IM - MASL : P141576

AN/APN-194(V) ELECTRONIC ALTIMETER SET INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Electronics Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including operational testing, troubleshooting, and repair procedures, to perform, under supervision, intermediate maintenance on the AN/APN-194(V) Electronic Altimeter Set, in the Intermediate Maintenance Level working environment.

Prerequisite: AT Course (Avionics Technicians Course)

APPR CID SP AGENT-CT 004/6 - MASL : B17359T

Trains enlisted personnel to the level of probationary CID special agents in the subjects of criminal law, crime scene processing, testimonial evidence, investigations of crimes against persons and property, physical evidence, drug investigation, fraud and waste, investigative reports, special investigative techniques, protective services, and the provisions of CIDR 195-1.

APX-72/APX-100 IFF INT MT - MASL : P141150

AN/APX-72 AND AN/APX-100 (V) IFF TRANSPONDER INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE

Purpose: Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Electronics Technician will have acquired sufficient skills and knowledge of the AN/APX-72 and AN/APX-100(V) IFF Transponder System theory of operation, operating characteristics, and troubleshooting procedures to perform, with close supervision, intermediate level maintenance on these systems, in the AIMD/MALS environment.

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

1. Introduction to the Identification Friend of Foe (IFF) System

2. AN/APX-72 Transponder System Operation

3. AN/APX-72 Intermediate Maintenance Procedures

4. AN/APX-100 (V) Transponder System Analysis

5. AN/APX-100 (V) Intermediate Maintenance Procedures

Prerequisite: Graduate of AV (Class A1) school. (Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. See annual schedule of courses for a particular location.)

ARCRFT STRUCT MAINT APPR - MASL : D141339

Provides training in career field structure, shop mathematics, maintenance management, maintenance and inspection, use of drawings, technical orders, and Air Force Publications; metal characteristics, equipment construction features, corrosion control program, handtools, shop and flight line safety, paint removal from metal, metal identification, characteristics of composites, corrosion principles, corrosion inspection, mechanical and chemical corrosion removal and chemical surface treatment, composition of coatings, care and use of coating equipment, mechanical paint removal from advanced composites, fiberglass surface preparation, rospace equipment marking, and application of coating systems and markings. Repair replacement and modification of aluminum aircraft and missile airframe structures, corrosion resistant steel, titanium, and fiberglass. Development of layouts for repairs and fabrications; identification and selection of fasteners and nonmetallic repair materials; replacement and modification of parts; fabrication of cable assemblies and tubing assemblies. Operation of dimpling equipment, squaring shears, sheet metal brakes and rollers, grinders, drill presses, contour cutting saws, stretching and shrinking machine, turret punches, microshaver, arbor presses, sanders, lever shears, pneumatic drills, rivet guns, pull guns, tube cutting and flaring equipment, routers, and vacuum pumps.

ARMAMENT SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE (WOBC) - MASL : B142303

Armament Repair Technician will be instructed in warrant officer professional development subjects, common technical subjects, ordnance common subjects, and technical subjects to include small arms, towed artillery, turret and self-propelled artillery, and fire control systems.

ARMOR BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121230

Foundation Training: Indoctrination of Army programs and initiatives. Tasks: Risk Management; 9mm Pistol Qualification; history of cavalry and armor, safety in training; M42A1 protective mask; combat stress; risk management; mounted land navigation and plugger training; tank familiarization, and the Army writing program. Armor Crewman Skills: Preventive maintenance checks and services and pre-gunnery skills on the M1A1 tank (turret - armament, controls and equipment; tank machine guns; prepare to fire checks; boresighting, and conduct of fire trainer (COFT)); Tank Crew Gunnery Skills Test (TCGST); property accountability; platoon maintenance operations; maintenance management; tank specific nuclear, biological, and chemical defense, and SINCGARS. Tank Gunnery: COFT sustainment and simulated Tank Tale VII; tank weapons gunnery simullation system (TWGSS) and fire control maintainence precede the tank crew proficiency course (TCPC) and live fire exercise where the officer conducts selected engagements from tank tables VI, VII, and VIII (FM 17-12-1) from the gunner and tank commander position; tank range operations; stability and supportoperations (SASO); media relations; unit cohesion; FBCB2 awareness training, and adjust indirect fire. Tank Platoon Offensive Operations: Command and control; intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB); threat organizations and defensive tactics; fundamentals of platoon offensive operations; the relationship of troop leading procedures at the platoon level and the production of a platoon offensive oprations order; movement techniques and formations; assembly area operations; tactical road marches; quartering party activities; battle drills; actions on contact; platoon tactical tasks; direct fire planning and platoon fire distribution and control; breaching operations; combat support (engineers and field artillery); Combat Service Support assets which support offensive operations; Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) used to reinforce planning, preparation, and execution phase. Tank Platoon Defensive Operations: threat offensive tactics and fundamentals of platoon defensive operatons; the relationship of troop leading procedures at the platoon level and the production of a platoon defensive operations order; engagement area development; occupation of battle positions; platoon defensive missions; combat support and combat service support capabilities in the defensive, and use of the CCTT to reinforce the planning, preparation, and execution phase. Company/Team Operations: fundamentals of company/team operations; BOS capabilities; company/team tactical operations; combat service support; fratricide and battle command identification system (BCIS); CCTT used to reinforce planning, preparation, and execution of four days of company/team tactical operations conducted in a shared mode with students attending the Armor Captains Career course (AC3). AC3 students function as company commander and executive officer. Tactics instruction concludes with an Armor Terrain board and written tactics exam, and MOUT with Armor. Field Training Exercise: force-on-force, free-play, offensive and defensive exercise with Opposing Forces; evaluates the officers ability to conduct Troop leading procedures (plan, prepare, and execute) while leading a tank platoon in a company level exercise. Pre- and Post-deployment operations are conducted to reinforce the use of operational security, pre-combat inspections, troop leading procedures, unit maintenance, and environmental loaws and regulations. Students conduct four days of shared training with officers attending the AC3 and 19K ANCOC. The captains functions as company commander/executive officer while ANCOC students gain experience as tank platoon sergeants.Foundation Training: Indoctrination of Army programs and initiatives. Tasks: Risk Management; 9mm Pistol Qualification; history of cavalry and armor, safety in training; M42A1 protective mask; combat stress; risk management; mounted land navigation and plugger training; tank familiarization, and the Army writing program. Armor Crewman Skills: Preventive maintenance checks and services and pre-gunnery skills on the M1A1 tank (turret - armament, controls and equipment; tank machine guns; prepare to fire checks; boresighting, and conduct of fire trainer (COFT)); Tank Crew Gunnery Skills Test (TCGST); property accountability; platoon maintenance operations; maintenance management; tank specific nuclear, biological, and chemical defense, and SINCGARS. Tank Gunnery: COFT sustainment and simulated Tank Tale VII; tank weapons gunnery simullation system (TWGSS) and fire control maintainence precede the tank crew proficiency course (TCPC) and live fire exercise where the officer conducts selected engagements from tank tables VI, VII, and VIII (FM 17-12-1) from the gunner and tank commander position; tank range operations; stability and supportoperations (SASO); media relations; unit cohesion; FBCB2 awareness training, and adjust indirect fire. Tank Platoon Offensive Operations: Command and control; intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB); threat organizations and defensive tactics; fundamentals of platoon offensive operations; the relationship of troop leading procedures at the platoon level and the production of a platoon offensive oprations order; movement techniques and formations; assembly area operations; tactical road marches; quartering party activities; battle drills; actions on contact; platoon tactical tasks; direct fire planning and platoon fire distribution and control; breaching operations; combat support (engineers and field artillery); Combat Service Support assets which support offensive operations; Close Combat Tactical Trainer (CCTT) used to reinforce planning, preparation, and execution phase. Tank Platoon Defensive Operations: threat offensive tactics and fundamentals of platoon defensive operatons; the relationship of troop leading procedures at the platoon level and the production of a platoon defensive operations order; engagement area development; occupation of battle positions; platoon defensive missions; combat support and combat service support capabilities in the defensive, and use of the CCTT to reinforce the planning, preparation, and execution phase. Company/Team Operations: fundamentals of company/team operations; BOS capabilities; company/team tactical operations; combat service support; fratricide and battle command identification system (BCIS); CCTT used to reinforce planning, preparation, and execution of four days of company/team tactical operations conducted in a shared mode with students attending the Armor Captains Career course (AC3). AC3 students function as company commander and executive officer. Tactics instruction concludes with an Armor Terrain board and written tactics exam, and MOUT with Armor. Field Training Exercise: force-on-force, free-play, offensive and defensive exercise with Opposing Forces; evaluates the officers ability to conduct Troop leading procedures (plan, prepare, and execute) while leading a tank platoon in a company level exercise. Pre- and Post-deployment operations are conducted to reinforce the use of operational security, pre-combat inspections, troop leading procedures, unit maintenance, and environmental loaws and regulations. Students conduct four days of shared training with officers attending the AC3 and 19K ANCOC. The captains functions as company commander/executive officer while ANCOC students gain experience as tank platoon sergeants.

ARMY ACUISITION QUAL - MASL : B151808

This graduate-level course is designed to provide a broad spectrum of knowledge pertaining to the materiel acquisition process. It covers legal and regulatory policies and objectives that shape the acquisition process and the implementation of these policies and objectives by the U.S. Army. Areas of coverage include: program management, contracting, acquisition logistics, information technology, test and evaluation, and requirements generation. Purpose: To train officers and civilians in the Army Acquisition Workforce. Successful completion of this course will prepare officers and civilians for entry-level positions in the Army Acquisition Workforce (AAW). Further, this course emphasizes Army-unique system acquisition procedures and organizations throughout its curriculum.

ARMY FORCE MANAGEMENT - MASL : B162522

THE SCOPE OF THE INSTRUCTION WILL INCLUDE, HOW TO RAISE, TRAIN, AND SUSTAIN FORCES. KNOWLEDGE GAINED WILL INCLUDE HOW TO DETERMINE ARMY REQUIREMENTS, HOW TO DESIGN, DEVELOP AND STRUCTURE FORCES AND HOW TO MODERNIZE, STATION AND MAINTAIN UNITS USING AS GUIDLINES THE TENETS OF THE ARMY LIFE CYCLE MODULE. PERSONNEL TRAINED WILL SERVE IN POSITONS AT INSTALLATION LEVEL THROUGH THE DA STAFF.THE SCOPE OF THE INSTRUCTION WILL INCLUDE, HOW TO RAISE, TRAIN, AND SUSTAIN FORCES. KNOWLEDGE GAINED WILL INCLUDE HOW TO DETERMINE ARMY REQUIREMENTS, HOW TO DESIGN, DEVELOP AND STRUCTURE FORCES AND HOW TO MODERNIZE, STATION AND MAINTAIN UNITS USING AS GUIDLINES THE TENETS OF THE ARMY LIFE CYCLE MODULE. PERSONNEL TRAINED WILL SERVE IN POSITONS AT INSTALLATION LEVEL THROUGH THE DA STAFF.

ARMY MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT - MASL : B151778

Provides detailed instruction, covering maintenance policies and programs from the development of the Item's Management Concept to the demilitarization requirement necessary to remove the item from the logistics system. The Life Cycle Mnagement Model service as a frame of reference.

ARMY WAR COL (RES CRS)-CT - MASL : B17181T

Study the role of landpower, as part of a unified, joint or combined force, in support of the U.S. national military strategy. Prepares selected military officers and civilians for leadership responsibilities in a strategic security environment during wartime and peacetime. Curriculum focuses on national security and strategy issues, concepts and processes; military strategy, plans and operations; theater level warfare and campaign planning; and command, leadership and management.

ARMY WAR COLLEGE FELLOW - MASL : B171800

Study the role of landpower, as part of a unified, joint or combined force, in support of the U.S. national military strategy. Prepares selected military officers and civilians for leadership responsibilities in a strategic security environment during wartime and peacetime. Curriculum focuses on national security and strategy issues, concepts and processes; military strategy, plans and operations; theater level warfare and campaign planning; and command, leadership and management.

ARNG PRE-RANGER COURSE - MASL : B121179

THE PURPOSE OF THE PRE-RANGER COURSE (PRC) IS TO PREPARE SOLDIERS TO ASSESS, PREPARE AND TRAIN SOLDIERS TO SUCCEED AT THE US ARMY RANGER SCHOOL. SLDIERS MUST GRADUATE THE ARNG PRC IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE RANGER SCHOOL. PRC ACCOMPLISHES THIS BY (REF: PRC MOI):

1. ASSESSING THE SOLDIERS PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CAPABILITIES DURING A SIX DAY EVALUATION PHASE, WHICH MIRRORS THE ASSESSMENT PHASE AT RANGER SCHOOL.

2. TRAINING THE SOLDIERS ON TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES, COMBAT ORDERS AND RECONNAISSANCE/COMBAT PATROLS TO THE SAME STANDARDS CONDUCTED AT THE SCHOOL IN ORDER TO BETTER PREPARE THEM FOR THE CHALLENGES THEY WILL BE UNDERGOING.

3. VERIFY THAT MEDICAL, DENTAL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PAPERWORK IS COMPLETE FOR RANGER SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.

4. CONDUCTING PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING DAILY. MINIMUM STANDARDS ARE 49 CORRECT PUSHUPS, 59 SITUPS, SIX CHIN-UPS (PALMS FACING IN), TWO - MILE RUN IN LESS THAN 15:12 MINUTES, AND THE FIVE - MILE RUN IN 40 MINUTES OR LESS.

5. SOLDIERS MAY BE RELEASED FROM PRC FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS (REF: PRC MOI):

A. REPORTING WITHOUT CURRENT DENTAL RECORDS, HEALTH RECORDS (INCLUDING A CURRENT MEDICAL EXAMINATION WITH LAB SLIPS), AND BATTALION COMMANDERS PROFICIENCY STATEMENT.

B. FAILURE TO PASS THE INITIAL APFT OR CWST.

C. LACK OF MOTIVATION.

D. MEDICAL RELEASE.

E. FAILURE TO PASS 50% OF PATROLS OR LEADERSHIP POSITIONS.

F. FAILURE OF ANY ASSESSMENT PHASE CRITICAL TASK.

G. SPECIAL OBSERVATION REPORT. THE PURPOSE OF THE PRE-RANGER COURSE (PRC) IS TO PREPARE SOLDIERS TO ASSESS, PREPARE AND TRAIN SOLDIERS TO SUCCEED AT THE US ARMY RANGER SCHOOL. SLDIERS MUST GRADUATE THE ARNG PRC IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO ATTENDING THE RANGER SCHOOL. PRC ACCOMPLISHES THIS BY (REF: PRC MOI):

1. ASSESSING THE SOLDIERS PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CAPABILITIES DURING A SIX DAY EVALUATION PHASE, WHICH MIRRORS THE ASSESSMENT PHASE AT RANGER SCHOOL.

2. TRAINING THE SOLDIERS ON TROOP LEADING PROCEDURES, COMBAT ORDERS AND RECONNAISSANCE/COMBAT PATROLS TO THE SAME STANDARDS CONDUCTED AT THE SCHOOL IN ORDER TO BETTER PREPARE THEM FOR THE CHALLENGES THEY WILL BE UNDERGOING.

3. VERIFY THAT MEDICAL, DENTAL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE PAPERWORK IS COMPLETE FOR RANGER SCHOOL ATTENDANCE.

4. CONDUCTING PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING DAILY. MINIMUM STANDARDS ARE 49 CORRECT PUSHUPS, 59 SITUPS, SIX CHIN-UPS (PALMS FACING IN), TWO - MILE RUN IN LESS THAN 15:12 MINUTES, AND THE FIVE - MILE RUN IN 40 MINUTES OR LESS.

5. SOLDIERS MAY BE RELEASED FROM PRC FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS (REF: PRC MOI):

A. REPORTING WITHOUT CURRENT DENTAL RECORDS, HEALTH RECORDS (INCLUDING A CURRENT MEDICAL EXAMINATION WITH LAB SLIPS), AND BATTALION COMMANDERS PROFICIENCY STATEMENT.

B. FAILURE TO PASS THE INITIAL APFT OR CWST.

C. LACK OF MOTIVATION.

D. MEDICAL RELEASE.

E. FAILURE TO PASS 50% OF PATROLS OR LEADERSHIP POSITIONS.

F. FAILURE OF ANY ASSESSMENT PHASE CRITICAL TASK.

G. SPECIAL OBSERVATION REPORT.

AS APPREN TECH (AEC) - MASL : P131388

ASAPPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING (AS ATT)

The Apprentice Technical Training course will offer entry-level training for the AS 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.

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.

ASBESTOS SUPV INITIAL - MASL : P169217

This course provides Navy Military and Civilian workers and supervisors involved in asbestos removal operations with EPA-accredited training on asbestos regulations, inspecting and reporting of asbestos hazards, and managing removal operations. Graduates will receive one-year EPA certification as "Supervisors". This course meets all requirements established by the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), Asbestos School Hazard Abatement and Reauthorization Act (ASHARA), National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP), EPA Worker Protection Rule, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, and regulations promulgated by the Department of Transportation (DOT).

Course content includes the physical characteristics of asbestos; potential health effects related to asbestos exposure; employee personal protective equipment; state-of-the-art work practices; personal hygiene; additional safety hazards; medical monitoring; air monitoring; relevant federal and state regulatory requirements; and establishment of regulated work areas and decontamination unit. This course does not qualify personnel in bulk or air sampling. NOTE: Personnel successfully completing this course will also have met the requirements set forth in the Emergency Asbestos Response Team (EART) course (CIN# A-760-2166).

PREREQUISITES OTHER Navy military and Civilian personnel who may be assigned or required to perform or supervise all classes of asbestos removal operations. Due to the intensity of the course, strongly recommend personnel NOT stand duty while attending this course.

NOTE: This training can be taught as a Mobile Training Team, but when programming students for MTT a new MASL number should be established. Go to the NAVOSHENVTRACEN web site athttp://safetycenter.navy.mil/training/default.htm for up to date class location.

ASP I-HAWK UNIT TRAINING - MASL : B199940

This MASL is used when requesting ASP I-HAWK UNIT TRAINING

ASP PATRIOT UNIT TRAINING - MASL : B199945

This MASL is used when ASP PATRIOT unit training is programmed. This MASL is used when ASP PATRIOT unit training is programmed.

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN VEH OFF - MASL : P144802

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN VEH OFF

The course focuses on an introduction to Assault Amphibian training on employment of the AAV platoon in support of a Marine Expeditionary Unit during amphibious operations to include tactical planning and conduct of the ship-to-shore movement and operations ashore, unit communications, weapons employment, first echelon maintenance and vehicle logistical support of deployed units, maintenance management and threat tactics.

ASSLT AMPHIB REPAIRMAN BAS - MASL : P144803

ASSAULT AMPHIB REPRMAN BAS

This course is designed to present entry level instruction in maintenance skills required to repair Assault Amphibian Vehicles at the organizational level. Emphasis is on vehicle operation, maintenance for electrical, hydraulic, fuel and suspension systems, power plant and weapon station maintenance, vehicle inspections and use of the AAVR7A1.

ASTRONAUTICAL ENGRG (GRAD) - MASL : D178166

The Graduate Astronautical Engineering program is designed to provide astronautical engineering specialists for the Air Force. This program provides the student with a broad education in the scientific and engineering disciplines associated with Astronautical engineering. It is expected that our graduates will be prepared to Make direct contributions to the area of astronautical engineering Evaluate, monitor, and administer astronautical research and development projects Synthesize their professional expertise with the needs of the Air Force to produce new systems in the space arena.

ASWCS-K O&M (KS) - MASL : P179358

ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE COMBAT SYSTEM (ASWCS) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (KOREA)

Through use of classroom presentation, this course provides personnel with the skills and technical knowledge required to operate, perform fault isolation procedures, repair, conduct post test procedures, and perform planned maintenance on the ASWCS. Also, includes theory of operation, operational procedures, troubleshooting procedures, Planned Maintenance System (PMS) requirements, repair procedures and applicable safety precautions for elements of the ASWCS, including the MSI-2005F and the Input/Output Processor.

Max Students per class: TBD

Prerequisites: Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required.

ASWCS-K SYSTEM (KS) - MASL : P179477

ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE COMBAT SYSTEM - KOREA (ASWCS-K) SYSTEM

Addresses the ASWCS-K for supervisors and provides system level knowledge for supervisory personnel. Training includes the theory of operation and maintenance, and applicable safety procedures. Emphasis of this course is on the function of the ASWCS-K within the combat system.

Method of Teaching: Classroom presentation

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics. Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Score of 70%.

AT O APREN TECH (AEC) - MASL : P131385

ATO APPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING (AT O ATT)

The Apprentice Technical Training course will offer entry-level training for the AT 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.

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.

ATC SYS, SUBSYS EQUIP RPR - MASL : B137437

Tactical radar system, NAVAIDS and communications control systems, audio recorders, receivers and transmitters; associated test equipment; techniques for alignment, adjustment, testing and troubleshooting.Tactical radar system, NAVAIDS and communications control systems, audio recorders, receivers and transmitters; associated test equipment; techniques for alignment, adjustment, testing and troubleshooting.

AUTOMATED LOGISTICS SPEC - MASL : B152463

Fed Log CD-ROM; Prescribed Load Lists (PLL), The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS); Unit Logistics System-Ground (ULLS-G); Standard Army Retail Supply system-Objective (SARSS-O); basic warehousing functions; Material Release Order Control System (MROCS); care and preservation of supplies and equipment; and subsistence supply in support of the Army field feeding system.

AV GAS FREE ENGINEERING - MASL : P141043

AVIATION GAS FREE ENGINEERING.

Upon completion of this course, Quality Assurance Division personnel will have acquired sufficient formal training and skills in the certification of aviation fuel cells/tanks as Safety-for-Entry, using a gas monitor indicator under close supervision, in an Organizational/Intermediate maintenance working environment. Scope: The course content will include the following Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction to Aviation Gas Free Engineering (AVGFE) 2. AVGFE Training and Responsibilities 3. AVGFE Safety Issuses and Aircraft Fuel Cell/Tank Maintenance 4. AVGFE Instruments and Califbration Procedures.

Prerequisites: Designated Quality Assurance Representative, Collateral Duty/Quality Assurance Representative or personnel assigned to Quality Assurance under Quality Assurance Representative training. (Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. See annual schedule of courses for a particular location.)

AV8B A/C ELECT SYS TECH IO - MASL : P141520

Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Electrician will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to operate and maintain the Electrical, Lighting, Environmental, Fuel, Power Plant, Hydraulic, Landing Gear, Flight Controls, Stability Augmentation, Inertial Navigation, ADC, Pitot Static, and Instrument Systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.

SCOPE: This course covers Introduction, Aircraft Indoctrination & Safety; Electrical, Lighting & Environmental Control Systems; Pitot Static, ADC, INS & Memory Inspect; Hydraulic, Landing Gear & Related, Flight Control Systems, & SAAHS; Fuel & Power Plant Systems.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER=Graduate of (A) School and

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

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AV-8B A/C SAFE EQ MECH OMA - MASL : P141517

Upon completion of this course, the Safety Equipment Mechanic will have sufficient knowledge and the skills necessary to operate and maintain the Safety Equipment and Environmental Control Systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.

SCOPE: This course covers:

1. Introduction, Aircraft Indoctrination and Safety

2. Cabin Cooling and Defog, and Cabin Pressurization Systems

3. Forward Avionics Cooling, Canopy Seal/Anti-G and On-Board Oxygen Generating Systems

4. Rear Equipment Cooling System and Scheduled Maintenance

5. Waveguide Pressurization and Radar Liquid Cooling Systems

6. Canopy and Ejection Seat Systems

PREREQUISITES: OTHER=Graduate of AM(E) School or equivalent and

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

AV-8B AIRCRAFT MECH ORG MT - MASL : P141515

AV-8B AIRCRAFT MECHANIC ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

Upon completion of this course, the Aircraft Mechanics will have sufficient knowledge of Fuel and Power Plants Systems of the AV-8B aircraft, including system analysis and troubleshooting, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

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

1. Introduction

2. AV-8B Aircraft Fuel Systems

3. AV-8B Engine and Related Systems

4. AV-8B Aircraft and Engine Servicing, Maintenance, Inspections, and Plane Captain Duties.

PREREQUISITES: OTHER=Graduate of AD (A) school

AV-8B AIRFRAMES INTEG O/M - MASL : P141599

Upon completion of this course, AV-8B Aircraft Airframes Mechanics will have acquired sufficient knowledge of the Hydraulic Systems, Structures, Landing Gear and related systems, Flight Control Systems, and the skills necessary to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment.

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

1. Introduction

2. Airframes Systems

3. Hydraulic Systems

4. Flight Control Systems

5. Aircraft Practical

6. Landing Gear Systems

PREREQUISITES: OTHER=GRADUATE OF AM(A) SCHOOL. and RATE=AM

AV-8B COM/NAV/IDEN/ECM W/S - MASL : P141519

AV-8B AIRCRAFT COMM/NAV/ WEAPONS SYSTEM SPECIALIST ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE - Upon completion of this course, Aviation Communication, Identification, Electronic Countermeasures, Weapons, Automatic Target Handoff, Radar Systems Specialists will have sufficient knowledge and skills necessary to operate and maintain the Aviation Communication, Navigation, Identification, Electronic Countermeasures, eapons, Automatic Target Handoff and Radar Systems, under close supervision, in the squadron organizational maintenance department.

SCOPE: This course covers Introduction, Aircraft Indoctrination and Safety; Mission Computer System (MCS), Integrated Controls and Displays; Navigation and Identification Systems; Communication System; Electronic Countermeasures; Weapons Systems; Night Attack; and Automatic Target Handoff System (ATHS) and Radar System.

Prerequisite: AT Course (Avionics Technicians Course)

AV-8B PLT COMBAT/CAPAB BS - MASL : P119317

AV-8B COMBAT CAPABLE PILOT TRAINING

AVIA SPT EQUIP TECH A1 - MASL : P141631

Provides selected Navy and Marine Corps enlisted personnel with basic knowledge and skills required to perform satisfactory maintenance and administrative duties and, when followed by appropriate applications, to lead to the fulfillment of the technical requirements at the apprentice entry level. This course covers technical publications and forms; AC and DC power generating and motor driven equipment; internal combustion and gas turbine engine operating principles, constructions, mechanical and electrical systems; chassis and brake systems; power train theory; hydraulic and air conditioning fundamentals and maintenance. Students are provided with an introduction into cryogenics, corrosion control and basic troubleshooting.

AVIATION ORD SYS TECH CORE - MASL : P142050

AVIATION ORDNANCE SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN COURSE CORE

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordnance Systems Technicians will have sufficient knowledge/skills to perform under supervision, maintenance of Aircraft Armament Equipment, and Armament/Weapons Support Equipment as well as munitions assembly/disassembly, ammunition accountability and Station Ordnance operations in the Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron and Station Ordnance environment.

SCOPE: This Course Content Includes the Following Units of Instruction:

1. Introduction

2. Armament/Weapons Support Equipment

3. Ammunition Management

4. Ammunition Operations

5. Airborne Weapons

6. Common Missile Launchers/Ejector Racks

PREREQUISITES: RATE=AO

AVIATION ORDN A SCHOOL - MASL : P142380

This course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps personnel with basic knowledge and skills in the field of aviation ordnance. This knowledge will enable them to perform as maintenance technicians at aviation activities, both afloat and ashore, under all operational conditions with appropriate supervision. Aviation ordnance publications, records and reports, basic and avionics corrosion control, naval aviation maintenance program, basic electricity and electronics, safety precautions and procedures, and airborne weapons.

AVIATION PRE-COMMAND-EN - MASL : B114051

Toupdate command selectees on branch doctrine and refine his/her capability to fight the force. To teach the command selectees the principals and techniques of training management. To ensure knowledge of organization, capabilities, branch perspectives, trends, and policies of his/her branch. Provide training or familiarization on new and current systems and equipment as applicable to his/her branch.Toupdate command selectees on branch doctrine and refine his/her capability to fight the force. To teach the command selectees the principals and techniques of training management. To ensure knowledge of organization, capabilities, branch perspectives, trends, and policies of his/her branch. Provide training or familiarization on new and current systems and equipment as applicable to his/her branch.

AVIATION SAFETY CMD (ASC) - MASL : P171411

Toindoctrinate aviation squadron commanding officers, executive officers, officers in charge, officers screened for command and major aviation staff safety officers, in the policies, philosophy, and techniques of an effective command safety program. Students should be O-4/0-5.

NOTE: STUDENTS WILL BE INVOLVED IN A FAST PACED COURSE CONSISTING OF SEVEN HRS OF CLASSROOM WORK PER DAY FOR FIVE TO SIX DAYS. IN ADDITION TO THE CLASSROOM PRESENTATIONS, STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO READ COURSE MATERIALS AND PREPARE WRITTEN REPORTS TO BE PRESENTED TO THE CLASS.

Eligibility: Actual or prospective commanding officers, executive officers, officers-in-charge, major aviation staff officers, and aircraft carrier safety officers who are designated naval aviators or naval flight officers of the rank of Lieutenant Commander, USN, or Major, USMC and senior. Exceptions and requests from other services or organizations shall be coordinated with the Director, School of Aviation Safety.

AVIATION SAFETY SCHOOL - MASL : B114006

Army aviation air and ground accident prevention with emphasis on safety management, system safety, human factors, accident investigation, prevention and safety office automation.

AVIATION WARFARE APPREN - MASL : P131389

AVIATION WARFARE APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING

This course is designed to provide selected Navy and Marine personnel with basic knowledge and skills in Aviation fundamentals. This knowledge and skill level will enable new aviation personnel to continue their aviation maintenance training to the apprenticeship level.

Scope: Topics include electrostatic principles, discharge/electromagnetic interference principles/ procedures, safety wiring procedures, and CPR.

AVIATOR OPER SPECIALIST - MASL : B114044

Combines Aviation related subjects and five modules of MOS specific training. Aviation related subjects include Sexual Assault Prevention Training and Information System Security. Module 1 of the MOS specific training includes flight plans and overdue aircraft procedures. Module 2 includes aircraft designations, weather, DOD Flight Information Publications and ronautical charts. Module 3 includes both manual and automated flight records and flight orders. Module 4 consists of training on operations overlays, the Single Channel Ground to Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS), Automated Net Control Device (ANCD), high frequency radio, Aviation Mission Planning System (AMPS), Precision Lightweight GPS Receiver (PLGR) and extracting information from Airspace Command and Control documents. Module 5 includes operating a Tactical Operations Center (TOC) and installing Antenna Group OE-254/GRC. Training culminates with a Field Training Exercise (FTX).

AVIONIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT REPAIRER - MASL : B137438

Perform aviation intermediate maintenance on avionic communications equipment, to include very high frequency, amplitude modulated, frequency modulated, ultra high frequency, and aircraft intercommunications control systems, and radio sets with frequency hopping capabilities. Troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment, using common and specialized handtools and test equipment.Perform aviation intermediate maintenance on avionic communications equipment, to include very high frequency, amplitude modulated, frequency modulated, ultra high frequency, and aircraft intercommunications control systems, and radio sets with frequency hopping capabilities. Troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment, using common and specialized handtools and test equipment.

AVIONIC MECH SPAN-PLAN CO - MASL : B141733

Course Scope:

Restore avionic systems and subsystems, to include troubleshooting and repair of aircraft wiring on communications; navigation; stabilization; radar and night vision imaging systems; basic electronics theory; common soldering and systems installation practice with use of associated tools and test equipment.

Special Information:

Latin American personnel only. Information can be obtained by calling Training Operations Division, USAALS at DSN 826-6474 ext 3359 or comm 757-878-6474 ext 3359.

AVIONIC MECHANIC - MASL : B137441

Restore avionic systems, and subsystems, to include troubleshooting and repair of aircraft wiring on communications, navigation, stabilization, and night vision imaging systems, basic electronics theory, common soldering, and systems installation practices with use of associated tools and test equipment.

Special Information:

Personnel not meeting prerequisites of DA Pam 611-21 will be returned to their unit. Soldiers will attend a 5-day End of Course Situational Training Exercise (EOCSTX). Reclassification soldiers attending this course must have in their possession DA Form 873, Certificate of Clearance and/or Security Determination to attend this course. 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.

AVIONIC MECHANIC SPANISH - MASL : B141732

Course Scope:

Restore avionic systems and subsystems, to include troubleshooting and repair of aircraft wiring on communications; navigation; stabilization; radar and night vision imaging systems; basic electronics theory; common soldering and systems installation practice with use of associated tools and test equipment.

Special Information:

Latin American personnel only. Information can be obtained by calling Training Operations Division, USAALS at DSN 826-6474 ext 3359 or comm 757-878-6474 ext 3359.

AVIONICS COMM/NAV EQUIP - MASL : D133060

This specialized course provides students with training on inspection, maintenance, alignment, repair, and installation of avionics communications/navigation equipment. Upon completion students will identify theory of operation, analyze schematics and have acquired hands-on training on minimum performance tests and alignments. 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 ADF-60 The students learn the theory of operation, component characteristics, system block diagrams, and schematics for the antenna, receiver and instrumentation. During the laboratory portion of instruction, students learn the requirements for minimum performance checks and alignment. The following test equipment is used: ADF test set, ADF receiver, 479S-6 VOR/ILS signal generator, audio output meter TS-585, digital multimeter, and oscilloscope. BLOCK II VIR-30 VOR/ILS NAVIGATION SYSTEM The students learn system theory of operation and characteristics, component and system block diagrams, as well as schematics, which includes: ground transmitter, receiver and detailed receiver. During in-shop minimum performance checks and alignment, students are familiarized with the operation of test equipment, appropriate safety measures and proper maintenance procedures. Test equipment used during this course includes VOR/ILS test set, VIR-30 receiver, 479S-6 VOR/ILS signal generator, audio output meter TS-585, digital multimeter, and oscilloscope. BLOCK III DME-40 Students learn system theory of operation and characteristics, component and system block diagrams that includes: receiver-transmitter, 339F-12 indicator, analog distance circuit and receiver-transmitter special circuits. During in-shop performance checks and alignment, students are familiarized with the operation of test equipment, appropriate safety measures and proper maintenance procedures. Test equipment used during the course includes DME test bench, DME-40 receiver-transmitter, signal generator, audio output meter TS-585, digital multimeter, and oscilloscope. BLOCK IV AIC-18 INTERCOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM This block covers the purpose and characteristics of the system components, block diagram, schematic diagram, minimum performance check, and troubleshooting the equipment. Test equipment used: AIC-18 intercommunications test panel, analog multi-meter, 8025A, 8600A fluke digital voltmeter, and 6267B power supply. BLOCK V AN/ARC 186-2 VHF RADIO This block covers the purpose and characteristics of the equipment, equipment components, block diagram, detailed block diagram, minimum performance check, and alignment. Test equipment used: J3407/ARM-173 junction box, 8640B signal generator, TS-585 output meter, 331A/334A distortion analyzer, wattmeter ME11U, 61, and AF-4301, multi-meter, 8025A fluke digital voltmeter, 6152A counter/timer, 1992 universal counter, 2246 digital oscilloscope, TM spectrum analyzer, AN/URM-127 signal generator, and 6267B power supply.

AVIONICS INSTRUMENT SYS - MASL : D141253

The course is designed to take apprentice-level students through all phases of the various avionics guidance and control systems. Additionally, they will learn identification and relationship of associated systems. They will be able to state principles and facts of all systems and associated systems. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I ELECTROMECHANICAL DEVICES This block starts with a course orientation in which students are made aware of the academys policies and procedures, safety hazards and first aid. Students are then familiarized with aircraft and the flight theory needed for subsequent blocks of instruction. Finally, the theory of basic electromechanical devices is covered to establish the background for more complex systems. Students learn the principles of operation, terminology, and characteristics of transformers, relays, motors and generators, and remote position indicating systems such as Synchros, Magnesyn and Selsyn. BLOCK II DIRECT PRESSURE AND LIQUID QUANTITY INDICATING SYSTEMS Block II of instruction introduces students to aircraft fuel quantity indication systems. The principles of operation, terminology, and characteristics are explained, to include: resistive type fuel quantity indicating systems, capacitance type fuel quantity indicating systems, and direct pressure indicating systems. Students will learn to use test equipment such as the liquidometer Type O-1 and the capacitive fuel quantity tester GTF-6. BLOCK III BAROMETRIC FLIGHT INSTRUMENTS Block III begins with the introduction of aircraft pitot-static systems. It covers the theory of barometric altimeters; vertical velocity indicators; and airspeed indicators. It concludes by covering different types of encoding altimeter systems such as AIMS. Students will perform a complete checkout of a pitot-static system and all associated instruments using the TTU-205F tester. Additionally, they learn to use the TTU-229 tester for checkout of electric altimeter encoders. BLOCK IV ENGINE INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS In Block IV students will learn the principles of operation and terminology of engine instrument indication systems. Students are familiarized with the characteristics of synchronous pressure indicating systems, fuel flow indicating systems, tachometer indicating systems, temperature indicating systems, and torque indicating systems. Students will learn to use test equipment such as the TTU-23 for synchronous systems, the TTU-27 for checking instruments and transmitters in a tachometer system, and the Jet-Cal tester for thermocouple testing. BLOCK V INTEGRATED FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS This block of instruction covers the principles of operation, terminology, and characteristics of the G-meter, Gyroscopic Principles, Turn and Bank Indicator, Self Contained Attitude Indicators such as the J-8, Remote Attitude Indicating Systems, and Flight Director Systems. Students will get hands-on training and interaction with working mockups of these systems. BLOCK V1 COMPASS SYSTEMS During block V students will learn the principles of operation, terminology, and characteristics of the standby compass, and electronic gyro compass systems such as the J-2 or C-12. Students will be involved in the performance of a complete compass swing of the standby compass on the flight line using a real aircraft such as the A-37. A working mockup of the electronic compass is provided for interaction and hands on training. BLOCK VII STALL WARNING AND AUTOPILOT SYSTEM In this final block of instruction students will learn the principles of operation, terminology, and characteristics of the Stall Warning System and the E-4 Autopilot System (including all of its components). Students accomplish a complete functional analysis of the system using technical order wiring diagrams. They will gain valuable knowledge applicable to all autopilot systems i

AVIONICS TECH O LEVEL - MASL : P131378

AVIONICS TECHNICIAN O LEVEL CLASS A1 - STRAND

Provides knowledge and skills in avionics systems maintenance. This knowledge will enable them to assimilate, under direct supervision, further organizational level avionics maintenance training at the apprentice level. The course covers: 1. RF COMMUNICATIONS: RF communications, transmitter/receiver fundamentals, block diagram/signal analysis, troubleshooting the AM transceiver, antennas/transmission lines, fiber optics, IR, laser, basic avionics systems. 2. COMMUNICATIONS and NAVIGATION SYSTEMS: ADF, TACAN, Doppler navigation, AHARS, INS, ACLS, ICS/UHF, HF VHF, crypto, IRC, SLU, IFF, fire control systems, ASW, EA. 3. RADAR: Principles of RADAR, maintenance instruction manual, inspection, and physical security, airborne search radar, synchronizer, indicator, transmitter, receiver, antenna, troubleshooting the radar. 4. WIRING: Basic integrated systems, wiring diagrams.

AVN CAPTAINS CAREER - ALL - MASL : B171630

Training instruction and practical exercises in Army operations; professional military subjects in common functional areas; unit leadership, doctrinal base, tactical decision-making; aviation maintenance and logistics; aviation operations, and military writing.Training instruction and practical exercises in Army operations; professional military subjects in common functional areas; unit leadership, doctrinal base, tactical decision-making; aviation maintenance and logistics; aviation operations, and military writing.

AVN CAPTAINS CAREER - EN - MASL : B171633

Includes training instruction and practical exercises in Army operations; professional military subjects in common functional areas; unit leadership, doctrinal base, tactical decision-making; aviation maintenance and logistics; aviation operations, and military writing.

AVN MAINT LDR (AMLC) - ALL - MASL : B141853

Aviation Maintenance Leaders Course (AMLC) is designed to provide the basic skills and knowledge required to understand the maintenance management programs. The AMLC provides a broad overview of aviation maintenance and supply management; instruction on such systems as Combat Maintenance, Two Level Maintenance (2LM) Field and Sustainment, Standard Army Maintenance Information Systems (STAMIS), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs. This includes: forecasting repair parts and manpower requirements for unit OPTEMPO: managing the Aviation Maintenance Company (AMC) and Aviation Support Company (ASC) Prescribed Load List/Shop Stock List (PLL/SSL), and bench stock repair parts; the management and disposition of aircraft operational and historical forms and records; completion of aviation readiness reports at the AMC and ASC; aircraft systems inspection, troubleshooting, repair procedures; and various Standard Army Maintenance Information Systems (STAMIS) to include Unit Level Logistics System Aviation (ULLS-A ), Standard Army Maintenance Systems Enterprise (SAMS-E), and Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS) .

AVN MAINT LDR (AMLC) - EN - MASL : B141854

Aviation Maintenance Leaders Course (AMLC) is designed to provide the basic skills and knowledge required to understand the maintenance management programs. The AMLC provides a broad overview of aviation maintenance and supply management; instruction on such systems as Combat Maintenance, Two Level Maintenance (2LM) Field and Sustainment, Standard Army Maintenance Information Systems (STAMIS), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs. This includes: forecasting repair parts and manpower requirements for unit OPTEMPO: managing the Aviation Maintenance Company (AMC) and Aviation Support Company (ASC) Prescribed Load List/Shop Stock List (PLL/SSL), and bench stock repair parts; the management and disposition of aircraft operational and historical forms and records; completion of aviation readiness reports at the AMC and ASC; aircraft systems inspection, troubleshooting, repair procedures; and various Standard Army Maintenance Information Systems (STAMIS) to include Unit Level Logistics System Aviation (ULLS-A ), Standard Army Maintenance Systems Enterprise (SAMS-E), and Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS).

AVN MAINT SUPV SPAN-PLN CO - MASL : B141728

Aircraft engine maintenance and repair; aircraft electrical system/avionics maintenance and repair; rotor system maintenance and repair; airframe maintenance and repair; hydraulic system maintenance and repair; fuel systems maintenance and repair; technical inspections requirements and procedures; aircraft maintenance forms and records; troubleshooting and fault isolation; tools; test sets, and diagnostic equipment; aviation maintenance quality and production control procedures; maintenance scheduling.Aircraft engine maintenance and repair; aircraft electrical system/avionics maintenance and repair; rotor system maintenance and repair; airframe maintenance and repair; hydraulic system maintenance and repair; fuel systems maintenance and repair; technical inspections requirements and procedures; aircraft maintenance forms and records; troubleshooting and fault isolation; tools; test sets, and diagnostic equipment; aviation maintenance quality and production control procedures; maintenance scheduling.

AVN MAINTENANCE MGR - ALL - MASL : B141823

Aircraft maintenance management and aviation supply instruction; instruction on systems such as Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR), Standard Army Maintenance Information System (STAMIS), the Aircraft Ground Power Unit (AGPU), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.Aircraft maintenance management and aviation supply instruction; instruction on systems such as Combat Maintenance/Battle Damage Repair (BDR), Standard Army Maintenance Information System (STAMIS), the Aircraft Ground Power Unit (AGPU), and the Periodic and Phase Maintenance Programs.

AVTRA ADV E2/C2 T-45A FLT - MASL : P111313

T-45A E-2/C-2 ADVANCED FLIGHT TRAINING (CNATRAINST 1542.135B)

INCLUDES CARRIER QUALIFICATION

COURSE MISSION: T-45A E-2/C-2 Advanced flight training is designed to provide comissioned officers in the U. S. Navy and select internationals with jet aircraft training and to develop airmanship skills prerequisite for transition to operational fleet aircraft.

AVTRA ADV HELO TH-57 - MASL : P113301

AVTRA ADV HELO MULTI-SERVICE PILOT TRAINING SYSTEM (MPTS)

To teach the skills necessary for flying rotary-wing aircraft, to qualify student naval aviators for a standard instrument rating and to qualify student military aviators for rotary-wing and naval aviator designations. Ground Training: 14.5 hours of training to include Indoctrination, use of Helicopter Emergency Egress Device (HEEDS), Safety, and Global Positioning System (GPS). Flight Support: 93.0 hours of Flight Support Lectures and Computer Based Training in TH-57 Systems, Helicopter rodynamics, Preflight Procedures, Crew Resource Management (contact and instruments), Course Rules, Portable Flight Planning System, Tactics Flight Procedures, Basic Instrument Flight Procedures, Visual Flight Rules Navigation, Low-Level Navigation, Formation Procedures, Emergency Procedures, Instrument Procedures, Radio Instrument Procedures, Shipboard Operations/SAR, Night Vision Devise Training.

AVTRA ADV MULENG MPTS NAVY - MASL : P112304

The mission of ADVANCED MULTI-ENGINE MPTS is to develop multi-engine flight skills while emphasizing instrument flying and crew coordination. At the succussful completion of this phase of aviation training, the flight student will be designated a naval aviator qualified in multi-engine aircraft, and will have earned a standard instrument rating. Prereq: Navy Multi-Service Pilot Training System Curriculum, Q-2A-0030; MPTS Interm Multi-Eng, Q- 2A-0033 or T-37 Joint Spec Undergrad Pilot Trng, P-V4A-A/J (T37).

AVTRA ADV NFO STRK FIGHTER - MASL : P114036

Advanced NFO S/F training is designed to further refine navigation, communication, and aircraft systems management skills developed in Advanced Core NFO/AF NAV training. The focus of Module 1 is to teach overall situational awareness both in and out of the cockpit by emphasizing extensive strike planning, real world timing problems and crew coordination. In modules 2-6 emphasis shall be placed on teaching the principles, rules and concepts necesssary to conduct aggressive air-to-air intercepts by requiring the pilot to fly the assigned aircraft throughout a mission profile to engage in simulated enemy aircraft from a correct missle firing position. In module 7, the Advanced Tactical Maneuvering (ATM) module, major emphasis is placed upon teaching basic skills to safely navigate visually and operate in a high "G" environment. High "G" adaptation will be achieved by operational tactics training in an Advanced Jet Trainer (AJT) aircraft. Crew coordination and mission priorities are stressed in this teach-to-objectives curriculum. Successful completion of this phase of training qualifies graduates for designation as NFO.

AVTRA AIRCREW CANDIDATE - MASL : P117024

Provides the Navy and USMC with basic knowledge, skill and physical conditioning necessary to enhance survival of aviation related mishaps and meet all initial training and qualifications required for enlisted aircrewman as per OPNAVINST 3710.7 (series). Naval Aviation familiarization, aviation physiology, rigorous physical conditioning, initial water survival training (IWST), deep water survival training (bay ops), first aid, CPR, and military training. Candidates must swim a mile in flight suit and perform physical standards test to complete the course.

Note: This is a prerequisite course for P117060, P3C UD2 FR NON-ACOU OPRTR, D-210-1151; P117062, P3C UD3 REP ACOUSTIC OPRTR, D-210-1130; and P129154, RESCUE SWIM SCHOOL - TACT, Q-050-0600.

AVTRA AV INST TNG (AITC) - MASL : P115013

The purpose of this course is to indoctrinate and orient personnel for academic instructor duty in the Naval Air Training Command. Academics: 10 days of instruction including student administration, instructional planning and development, instructional implementation, instructional evaluation, and educational psychology.

AVTRA INSTRUCTOR - MASL : P115001

Program designed to assist the U.S. Navy s Undergraduate Naval Flight Officer (NFO) training program by using trained international flight personnel (pilot/NFO) as flight instructors at Training Air Wing Six (CTW-6) at NAS Pensacola, FL. Provides vital assistance to the U.S. Navy for training both U.S. and international students as flight officers and affords the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience for the international instructor in training operations, manpower management, officer responsibilities, and aviation safety. Basically, the only MASL cost associated with this program is the initial cost of light gear issue.

AVTRA INSTRUCTOR - MASL : P115002

Program designed to assist the U.S. Navy s Undergraduate Jet Pilot training program by using USN trained international Jet Pilots as flight instructors at Training Air Wing One (CTW-1) at NAS Meridian, MS. Provides vital assistance to the U.S. Navy for training both U.S. and international students as flight officers and affords the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience for the international instructor in training operations, manpower management, officer responsibilities, and aviation safety. Basically, the only MASL cost associated with this program is the initial cost of light gear issue.

AVTRA INSTRUCTOR - MASL : P115003

Program designed to assist the U.S. Navy s undergraduate aviation training program by using USN trained international pilots or flight officers as aviation instructors at various Training Air Wings. Instructor candidates, once satisfactorily completing the prescribed Instructor Under Training (IUT) syllabus or Flight Instructor Curriculum, may provide assistance to the U.S. Navy for training both U.S. and International Military Students (IMSs) as aviators. When qualified, international instructors are afforded the opportunity to gain valuable knowledge and experience in training operations, manpower management, officer responsibilities, and aviation safety. Flight gear costs are the responsibility of the instructor candidates home country.

AVTRA INTER E2/C2 MPTS FLT - MASL : P111315

INTERMEDIATE E-2/C-2 MULTI-SERVICE PILOT TRAINING SYSTEM (CNATRAINST 1542.152)

Develop multi-engine flight skills while emphasizing instrument flying and crew coordination. At the successful completion of this phase of aviation training, the student will enter Advanced E-2/C-2 MPTS training.

Training conducted at VT-31.

Prereq: Navy Multi-Service Pilot Training System Q-2A-0030.

AVTRA INTERM MS NFO T-6 - MASL : P114006

Intermediate NFO/NAV training is designed to provide student flight officers/navigators with the skills and knowledge required to safely aviate, navigate, communicate, manage aircraft systems, and describe two-plane formation maneuvers in aircraft in both visual contact and instrument conditions. Skill and performance levels required are outlined by particular course instructions. Successful completion of this phase of training qualifies graduates for entrance into Advanced Syllabus Strike, Strike Fighter, or Airborne Tactical Data System (ATDS) Training.

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AVTRA PRE-FLIGHT INDOC - MASL : P119301

***PART OF THE "STUDENT FLIGHT SURGEON CRS" AND WHICH IS A PREREQUISITE FOR "THE ROSPECE MEDICAL RESIDENCY CRS" - P175309.****

Provides commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Air Force and selected International Military Officers (IMO) with basic knowledge needed for primary flight training and basic naval flight officer training. Academic instruction totaling 84.5 hours includes instruction in Flight Rules and Regulations, Meteorology Theory, Air Navigation, T-34 Engines, T-34 rodynamics, Aviation Safety, Aviation Student Information and Aircrew Coordination Training. Survival training totaling 146.5 hours includes the subjects of aviation physiology, swimming, land and sea survival, and physical fitness.

PREREQ: Students should be able to pass U.S. Navy Physical Fitness Test (PFT) and Red Cross 2nd Class Swim.

NOTE: THIS IS A PREREQUISITE COURSE FOR P114001, "AVTRA PRIMARY NFL T34", Q-2D-0012; AND P119302/P119391, "AVTRA MSPT PRIM FLT T34", Q-2A-0030.

AVTRA PRIMARY MPTS SYSTEM - MASL : P112306

Primary Multi-Service Pilot Training System. Course Mission: Training student aviators in the T-34C Primary phase of flight training.

To qualify graduates of this course for follow-on advanced flight taining and prepare them for their future responsibilities as military officers.

Locatons: VT-2/VT-3/VT-6

AVTRA PRIMARY MS NFO T-6 - MASL : P114005

MS= MULTI-SERVICE The objective of this course is to provide commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force and International services skills and knowledge required to safely aviate, navigate, communicate, and manage aircraft systems and aircraft in visual and instrument conditions. Successful completion of this phase of training qualifies graduates for entrance into Intermediate Naval Flight Officer Training or Interservice Undergraduate Navigation Training.

Note: This is a prerequisite course for P114006, AVTRA INTER NFO T6, Q- 2D-0085.

AVTRA T-45C T/S STRIKE FLT - MASL : P111309

T-45C TOTAL SYSTEM (TS) STRIKE FLIGHT TRAINING (CNATRAINST 1542.125B)

INCLUDING CARRIER QUALIFICATION

Course designed to provide commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, other DOD personnel, and selected foreign nationals with further training in areas associated with tactical jet aircraft and to develop airmanship skills prerequisite for transition to operational fleet aircraft.

AVTRA T-45C T/S STRIKE FLT - MASL : P111326

T-45C STRIKE FLIGHT TRAINING (CNATRAINST 1542.125B)

Course designed to provide commissioned officers in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, other DOD personnel, and selected foreign nationals with further training in areas associated with tactical jet aircraft and to develop airmanship skills prerequisite for transition to operational fleet aircraft.

AVTRA TH-57 SIMULATOR - MASL : P113314

This MASL was established to program TH-57 simulator training. Training tailored for individual country requirements.

AWACS MCC CRSS TNG CRS - MASL : D117137

To train personnel meeting the course prerequisites to basic aricraft qualification (BAQ) status in the mission crew commander crew position on the E-3. Graduates receive an E-3 rating of BAQ IAW AFI 11-2E3/TC-18, Vol 1. Cross training course length is 49 training days divided into 2- GTDs and 29 FTDs.

AWC-CORRESPONDING STUDIES - MASL : B179020

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.

AWC-CORRESPONDING STUDIIES - MASL : B179021

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.

BASIC ENG COM CRSE (BECC) - MASL : P145019

BASIC ENGINEERING COMMON COURSE (BECC)

This course is designed to cover basic topics that are common to all engineers regardless of rate. This is the equivalent course for Fireman Apprentice Training. Completion of this course satisfies the requirment of completing the mandatory Fireman Rate Training Manual required by the Navy Advancement Manual for advancement to E3. Additionally, it is also included as first segment course for all Engineering "A" school pipelines. All personnel who completed this course while assigned to HT, DC, MR, EN, MM, GSM, GSE, EM, and IC A school pipelines have also satisfied the requirements for completing the Fireman Rate Training Manual for advancement to E3. SCOPE: Designed to teach engineering ratings the basic skills necessary to rapidly assimilate into a shipboard engineering environment upon arrival at their first ship.

SKILL AWARDS: DC, EN, FA, FN, GSM, MM

TYPE OF COURSE: A1 Enlisted A School

BASIC FREIGHT TRAFFIC - MASL : B153723

Transportation officer functions; motor, rail, water and air carrier industries; routing; tariffs and tenders; transportation security; hazardous cargo; loss and damage; freight documentation; detention and demurrage; carrier performance program; CONUS Freight Management - Field Module (CFM-FM) System; and the role of the Transportation Component Commands.Transportation officer functions; motor, rail, water and air carrier industries; routing; tariffs and tenders; transportation security; hazardous cargo; loss and damage; freight documentation; detention and demurrage; carrier performance program; CONUS Freight Management - Field Module (CFM-FM) System; and the role of the Transportation Component Commands.

BASIC GEODETIC SURVEYING (BGS) - MASL : B125101

Operating equipment to observe horizontal, vertical and electronic distances and differences in elevation; recording observed data; observing and recording astronomic and solar azimuth data; operating analytical photogrammetric positioning system; computing universal transverse mercator grid information; computing geodetic information; computing instrument calibration data; operating hand held programmable calculators; observe and compile data to produce large scale plane table maps.Operating equipment to observe horizontal, vertical and electronic distances and differences in elevation; recording observed data; observing and recording astronomic and solar azimuth data; operating analytical photogrammetric positioning system; computing universal transverse mercator grid information; computing geodetic information; computing instrument calibration data; operating hand held programmable calculators; observe and compile data to produce large scale plane table maps.

BASIC INSTRUCTOR COURSE - MASL : D166047

The instructional design for this course is group paced. Training includes roles of an instructor, qualities of an instructor, group dynamics, learning theory, counseling theory, instructional methods, multimedia, student measurements, ISD, questioning techniques, communicative process, lesson plan development, delivering presentations and student administration which includes an introduction to TTMS.

BASIC INSTRUCTOR COURSE - MASL : D166049

The Basic Instructor Course (BIC) trains personnel to instruct in technical training courses in the Air Education and Training Command. The instructional design is group-paced and the course is taught in four blocks of instruction: Block I - Fundamentals of Instruction Block II - Instructional Development Block III - Counseling Block IV - Presentations

BASIC INSTRUCTOR COURSE - MASL : D166048

J3AIR3S200 069 - Basic Instructor Course This resident course is tailored to train personnel who have been selected to instruct in technical training courses in the Air Education and Training Command. The instructional design for this course is group-paced. The course is divided into four blocks of instruction. The first block of instruction addresses the fundamentals of teaching. Information is presented on the qualities of an instructor, instructor roles, group dynamics, the communicative process, the developmental approach to instruction, the six Laws of Learning, various instructional methods, questioning techniques, the use of traditional as well as technology-based multimedia in the classroom, and outlining lesson plans. Also during the first block of instruction, students have the opportunity to begin fine-tuning their instructional techniques by giving an impromptu speech as well as a 10-12-minute presentation. The second block of instruction concerns topics that are related to TC training policies and procedures. These topics include organizational design, Instructional Systems Development, Course Control Documents, the development of lesson plans, introduction to evaluation, and student administration to include the Technical Training Management System (TTMS) for student accounting. Students are also given an opportunity for instructional practice by preparing and presenting a 20-24-minute lesson . The third block of instruction concerns counseling. Students receive information concerning counseling definitions, human behavior and adjustment mechanisms, the Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral approach to counseling, the actual counseling and referral process, and conducting a counseling interview. Students practice these skills by role-playing in counseling scenarios. The fourth block of instruction deals solely with training methodology. Students prepare and present various lessons to demonstrate their understanding of knowledge and achievement of skills taught in earlier course objectives regarding lesson preparation and presentation. Student presentations include the lecture and the demonstration/performance methods of instruction. Other training methodologies may be added in order to meet wing-specific needs.

BASIC LITHOGRAPHER - MASL : B125102

Course consists of two phases. Phase I (Pre-press) trains students in basic skills and technical knowledge needed to operate a process camera and produce line, halftone and contact negatives using tray processing techniques, film processors, filters and densitometers. Further training includes basic computer operations, and a desktop publishing system to produce camera-ready copy; familiarization with computer-to-digital duplicator theory, and photolithographic film and chemistry. Also, teaches the production of simple, combination and book-work and multi-color flats and proofing systems; and offset platemaking processes used in the reproduction of various types of printed maps, charts and related products. In Phase II, students learn operation of photo-direct image platemakers, digital and standard duplicators, medium-sized offset presses and bindery equipment. Throughout the course, students receive an orientation on recommended maintenance, safety and security procedures.

BASIC LOADMASTER COURSE - MASL : D153003

This is one of two locations for the 3-level awarding course for the 1A2X1 career field. In addition to the Little Rock location taught by the ANG, the course is also taught by the 97 TRS at Altus AFB. (Refer to the BLM AL listing in the TC section for the Altus AFB location, and ANGBLM in the Air National Guard section for other than active duty students attending the course at Little Rock AFB). Individual students will be assigned to a BLM course location based primarily on best progression into their follow-on initial qualification training, although cross-flows to the alternate location may sometimes occur. Graduates progress to follow-on training and qualification as an aircraft loadmaster. The course is presented in five blocks of instruction. Areas of training include the loadmaster career ladder, security, customer relations, passenger briefings, customs requirements, publications, principles of airdrop, and transportation of hazardous materials. Students learn formulas for calculating vehicle and aircraft center of gravity, as well as the effects of loadshifts and removing cargo. Also emphasized are shoring requirements, cargo restraint, and chart "E" familiarization, as well as concentrated and palletized load planning. A final portion of the course focuses on aircraft loading and actual task performance on aircraft or load training device. An acceptable score on each end-of-block examination is required for graduation.

BASIC OFFICER CRS USMC - MASL : P179250

Toprovide newly commissioned officers a basic professional education and to instill in them the esprit and leadership traditional to the Marine Corps in order to prepare them to assume the duties and responsibilities of company grade officers in the field and in garrison. Additionally, the Basic Officer Course provides a basic understanding of infantry skills so that the graduate can properly support ground combat operations and can also perform infantry duties.

BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121010

Combined arms tactics (tactical doctrine and operations, military operations on urban terrain, artillery, and engineer operations, and field training exercises); staff subjects (intelligence, operations, logistics, and training management); general subjects (military leadership, land navigation, legal subjects, medical subjects, physical training, and special presentations); communications/electrronics; unit/materiel readiness; weapons (individual).

BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121000

Combined arms tactics (tactical doctrine and operations, military operations on urban terrain, artillery, and engineer operations, and field training exercises); staff subjects (intelligence, operations, logistics, and training management); general subjects (military leadership, land navigation, legal subjects, medical subjects, physical training, and special presentations); communications/electronics; unit/materiel readiness; weapons (individual).Combined arms tactics (tactical doctrine and operations, military operations on urban terrain, artillery, and engineer operations, and field training exercises); staff subjects (intelligence, operations, logistics, and training management); general subjects (military leadership, land navigation, legal subjects, medical subjects, physical training, and special presentations); communications/electronics; unit/materiel readiness; weapons (individual).

BASIC OP LAW TRNG (BOLT) - MASL : P176039

Provide basic operational and law of war training to newly assessed Marine Corps Judge/advocates. Specializes in instruction in the areas of public international law, the legal basis for the use of force, means and methods of warfare, Hague and Geneva Conventions, war crimes and command responsibility, human rights, code of conduct, Rules of Engagement, non-combatant evacuation operations, homeland security, Status of Forces Agreements, fiscal law, deployment claims, information operations, intelligence law, and the role of the operational lawyer in MAGTF operations.

Note: This course is by invitation only. POC: CMC JAO (LtCol Kevin Chenail - DSN: 224-2793/COML: 703-614-2793). Requests must still be made through Activity Code PMC, SCETC, DSN 278-3723/2688/2842/9753/DSN 378-4685 - COMMERCIAL: (703) 784-3723/2688/2842/9753 or (703) 432-4685.

BASIS OF NAV EXPL HAZ CTRL - MASL : B142944

This course provides students with a basic understanding of the hazards of ammunition and explosives and acquaints them with the explosives safety principles and practices outlined in NAVSEA OP 5 Vol. 1. Characteristics of ammunition and explosives, storage compatibility and quantity distance requirements will be introduced. Control of hazards, transportation and various handling operations will be covered. An explanation of the Navy Safety and Qualification/Certification program will be given. An examination is given on combined sub-course material.

This course is offered to Internationals on a case-by-case basis as a resident course.

This course is also available on CD-ROM and the course # is AMMO-18-CBT.

BIONED EQUIP MAINT SPECL - MASL : D175016

Provides training for biomedical equipment personnel to include anatomy and physiology, electronic principles, clinical applications, operation, inspection, maintenance and troubleshooting of a wide variety of biomedical equipment systems used in field environments and peacetime facilities and the related administrative duties. (Does not apply to NPS Students) Students will bring a copy of their Information Assurance (IA) certificate. This is necessary for computer usage. Failure to do so will delay the student starting class.

BNCOC COMMON CORE - MASL : B175221

Leadership skills; NCO duties, responsibilities, and authority, and how to conduct performance oriented training.

BOARDING OFFICER (MLE-01) - MASL : P173101

NEW LOCATION effective 1 Nov 04: MLE ACADEMY, FLETC CHARLESTON, SC

This course is for the lead officer in a maritime law enforcement boarding team. The course is designed to provide a basic foundation in applicable legal concepts; practical experience in fundamental and advanced boarding procedures and techniques stressing teamwork and officer safety; and practical exercises involving administrative inspections, search, seizure, arrest, use of force, crime scene processing, case file preparation and courtroom procedures, communication, and intoxication identification. Students are assigned to 2 and 4-person teams. Teamwork is strongly emphasized throughout the course to foster the team approach to problem solving. E-IMET APPROVED

Prerequisites: Students must be service pistol qualified. Students must complete the physical fitness test that is described on Page III-47 of this Handbook satisfactorily. Students will be tested on the first day of the course, with one physical fitness retest (if necessary) within the first week. Students failing retest or not meeting the weapons qualification requirement will be disenrolled from the course. Note: Students need soft-soled gym shoes and gym clothes, athletic supporter with cup for males, at least one padlock, and work uniforms. Students should be prepared for and expect a physically demanding course and should be in good physical condition.

BOARDING TEAM MEMBER EIMET - MASL : P124401

NEW LOCATION effective 1 NOV 04: MLE ACADEMY, FLETC CHARLESTON, SC

This course is designed to prepare students for their role as Maritime Law Enforcement (MLE) boarding team members. The major subject areas are: defensive tactics techniques, use of force, administrative inspections, authority and jurisdiction, identification of possible violations of U.S. law, personal searches, initial safety inspections, and boarding procedures.

NOTE: 0-3 AND BELOW; SERVICE PISTOL (9MM, .45 CAL.) QUALIFIED WITHIN LAST 6 MONTHS

Prerequisites: Students must complete the physical fitness test described on Page III-47 of the International Training Handbook satisfactorily. Students will be tested on the first day of the course, with one physical fitness retest (if necessary) within the first week. Students failing retest or not meeting the weapons qualification requirement will be disenrolled from the course.

BU-A-SCH - MASL : P174226

Provides apprentice level training in concrete construction, masonry construction, light frame construction, interior and exterior finish, heavy timber bridge construction, and pre-engineered building construction.

BUDGET PREP EXEC & ACCT - MASL : P156600

BUDGET PREPARATION, EXECUTION, AND ACCOUNTABILITY

This course provides the foundation for preparing and executing the defense budget. Generic PPBES will be used to illustrate how planning and programming support national defense objectives and priorities. Case studies will be used to illustrate how programming and budget guidance are integrated to create a budget, implement funds control, performance management and accountability in the resource allocation process.

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

RANK REQUIREMENT: O4 and above.

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

BUDS/DIVE/PREP TRNG - MASL : PDET016

Prepare international officers and enlisted personnel to successfully complete the U.S. Navy Basic Underwater Demolition/Seal Training program.

BULK FUEL SPECIALIST - MASL : P145312

SCOPE: This course provides entry level students with skills needed to meet the increasing demands within the petroleum environment. The course also cover areas such as engineer records and forms, pump maintenance, and PMCS, installation and operation of the Amphibious Assault Fuel System (AAFS), Tactical Airfield Fuel Dispensing System (TAFDS), Helicopter Expedient Refueling System (HERS), operation of the MKIII contaminated fuel detector kit, MKII free water detector kit, B/2 anti-icing additive test kit, and aviation test kit. This course will also introduce students to the tactical petroleum test laboratory (TPLM).

Report Instructions: Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Detachment, Fort Lee, VA

BW/FW TESTTR(Deact-see TCC - MASL : P145022

Provides Engineering ratings of steam propulsion surface ships with the necessary instruction to certify them in the basic skills to maintain feedwater and propulsion boiler water within prescribed limits, under limited supervision during non-casualty situations. The basic course certifies personnel to perform quantitative analysis of feedwater and boiler water, interpret and record the results, determine the proper follow-on actions required if the boiler is within normal treatment parameters and identify and report abnormal boiler water/feedwater conditions in accordance with Naval Ships Technical Manual Chapter 220.

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PRE-REQUISITE FOR P145023

C130 LM INIT/MSN QUAL - MASL : D117143

Initially qualifies aircraft loadmasters in the C-130 E/H aircraft. Includes academic, static loading, and flying training. Course continues on to mission qualification of aircraft loadmasters in C-130E/H aircraft. Includes academic, static loading, and flying in airdrop operations.

C130 PILOT INITIAL QUAL - MASL : D117119

Formal school course that qualifies pilots (SUPT graduates) in initial aircraft qualification operations in the C-130E aircraft IAW AFI 11-2C-130, Vol. 1 prerequisites. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.

C130 PLT TAC SINGLE SHIP - MASL : D117041

Qualifies pilots in low level single ship airdrop and airland operations in the C-130E aircraft IAW AFI 11-2C-130, Vol. 1 prerequisites. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.

C-130/T-56 B/E/H ENG TECHN - MASL : D141260

The course is designed to provide advanced operating principles and theory of the T-56 engine to establish a solid maintenance foundation for journeymen. Students will be given thorough instruction to evaluate conditions and make proper repair decisions of engine operating systems and subsystems. 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 T-56 ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. This block provides lecture and discussion on ground safety related to in-shop and flight line maintenance. They receive detailed information and characteristics of the engine reduction gearbox, compressor, combustion and turbine sections. Also different components of the T-56 engine are discussed in detail in this block. The block concludes with a written examination. BLOCK II T-56 SYSTEMS OPERATION During this block, principles and theory of oil, pneumatic, fuel, temperature datum, ignition, and fire/overheat systems are lectured and discussed. Students are taken to the engine shop and aircraft to compliment the instruction. They are given thorough instruction to evaluate different engine conditions and make proper repair decisions of engine operating systems and subsystems. This block concludes with a written examination. BLOCK III IN-SHOP MAINTENANCE This block covers the in-shop aspect of engine maintenance. Procedures for engine removal and installation, hot section disassembly and reassembly, as well as accessories removal and installation are taught in this block. Students learn inspection procedures and engine adjustments. They will also learn the use of troubleshooting diagrams, and technical orders for each system. This block concludes with a written examination.

C-130B/E/H PROPELLER TECHN - MASL : D141261

This course is designed to provide C-130 B/E/H propeller technicians advanced operational theory and hands-on maintenance training in order to establish a solid craftsman foundation. With the extensive knowledge furnished by the curriculum, the students are able to analyze facts and draw conclusions related to operation and troubleshooting of the propellers systems and subsystems. 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 PROPELLER FAMILIARIZATION This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. This is followed by a comprehensive overview of ground safety related to in-shop and flightline maintenance. Students receive general information, construction characteristics, and operational theory of the 54H60 propeller and its major components. Items discussed include the dome assembly, low-pitch stop assembly, pitch-lock regulator assembly, the barrel and blades, and the propeller control assembly including the pump and valve housings. This block of instruction concludes with a written examination. BLOCK II PROPELLER ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS The students receive information about the operational theory and troubleshooting of the propellers electrical systems. Systems taught include anti-icing, de-icing, and the syncrophaser systems. The use of technical orders to troubleshoot propeller electrical system problems is stressed throughout the block. Students receive fundamental knowledge on how to read electrical schematics in order to troubleshoot different propeller malfunctions. This block concludes with a written examination. BLOCK III FLIGHTLINE AND IN-SHOP MAINTENANCE The purpose of the third and final block of instruction is hands-on maintenance training. Propeller complete disassembly and assembly are discussed throughout this block. Inspection of the propeller blades, barrel halves, contact ring, pump housing and dome assemblies are also discussed in detail. The instructor demonstrates all propeller maintenance procedures to the student in order to introduce the use of technical orders and special tools. The students perform maintenance procedures following technical orders and safety guidelines.

C130J LM INSTRUCTOR QUAL - MASL : D117149

Qualifies loadmasters to perform instructor duties in the C-130J. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academic, aircrew training devices, and flying training. Air Force policies, procedures, and directives are studied in depth.

C130J PILOT INIT QUAL - MASL : D112037

Initially qualifies pilots in the C-130J aircraft. Includes academic, CRM, simulator and flying training. Graduates will be C-130J MPD FPs.

C130J PILOT INSTRCTR QUAL - MASL : D112039

Qualifies current C-130J Aircraft Commanders as instructor pilots. Graduates will be C-130J IPs.

C-17 AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION - MASL : D175166

Trains flight nurse and romedical technicians on C-17 medical evacuation procedures. Provides academic ground and flight training to include in-flight nursing considerations, medical equipment, and personal requirements in a train the trainer format.

C-17 ENGINE CHANGE PROC - MASL : D149523

This course integrates theory of operation with the hands-on procedures for removing and installing the engine. Proper TO procedures and safety precautions are stressed throughout the course.

C-17 LMASTER INIT QUAL(AT) - MASL : D117150

Qualifies aircraft loadmasters in the C-17 aircraft. Consists of contractor-administered academic and simulator training followed by Air Force-conducted flight training.

C-17 PILOT INIT QUAL(AT) - MASL : D112040

Qualifies pilots in the C-17 aircraft and mission. Includes instruction on basic aircraft flight procedures, low-level flight, aircraft systems, air refueling operations, and SKE/VFR formation flying procedures. Consists of contractor-administered academic and simulator training followed by Air Force-conducted flight training.

C-17 PILOT SENIOR OFFICER CRS (PARTIAL) - MASL : D112042

Qualifies selected senior officers of C-17 units in the C-17 aircraft. Consists of Air Force-conducted flight training from FTU only.

C-17A AVION MAINT CRS-INTL - MASL : D141420

This course provides theory of operation, removal and replacement, operational checks, and inspections of selected components on the C-17A Aircraft. Systems include: Aircraft General Information, Mechanics Familiarization, Communications Systems, Navigation Systems, Instruments and Flight Control Systems, Mission Computing/Central Display System, Electrical Systems, and C-17 Inspections. Proper technical order procedures and safety precautions are stressed throughout the course.

C-17A GEN AIRCRAFT SYS*FTD - MASL : D149517

This course is designed for flight line supervision and management. It delivers an introduction to the following C-17A systems: Technical Data Numbering, Electrical, Mission Computing/Electronic Display, Hydraulic, Primary Flight Controls, Secondary Flight Controls, Landing Gear, Cargo Door and Ramp, Engine, Auxiliary Power Unit, Environmental, Fuel, and On Board Inert Gas Generating.

C17A MAINTENANCE OJT (AT) - MASL : D141421

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.

C4 PLANNING OFFICERS CRS - MASL : P132201

The objective of the Advanced Communications Officers Course (ACOC) is to provide formal skill progression training for captains (O-3) in the communications and systems control military occupational field.

The course increases these Marines effectiveness as they move into communications and systems control staff billets (G-6/S-6) by providing them with technical C4 planners training. The course includes detailed practical applications that enable the student to better understand, plan, and manage significant quantities of increasingly complex communications equipment and command and control (C2) systems in support of the marine component of a Joint Task Force, including external connectivity to theater (combatant commander s) and national-level communications systems. The course consists of sub-modules covering the C4 planning process, transmission systems, voice switching systems, data communications networks, communications system management, and the development of the Communications and Systems Control Annex to an operational order or operational plan.

PREREQUISITES: The course is intended for captains (O3) who have successfully completed the Basic Officer Course (MASL 179250), the Basic Communications Officer Course (MASL 139400) or equivalent host-nation courses; and have served in a progression of billets (4 to 5 years of MOS experience) in the communications field in preparation for assignment to C4 planning billets. Chief Warrant Officers that have served in a progression of billets (10-12 years of MOS experience) in the telephone systems, tactical communications planning and systems engineering, or network operations and systems fields in preparation for assignment to military department of ministry of defense level staffs (G-9/J-6) are encouraged to attend this course. Collegiate-level communications courses are not an acceptable alternative, as they do not adequately prepare international military students for this course. A thorough understanding of the Marine Corps command relationships and organizational structure is mandatory.

CADET LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT-INFANTRY - MASL : B176230

Basic light infantry tactics; techniques, and skills; tactics portion includes basic light infantry squad and platoon operations; air-assault operations planning, and how to conduct military operations in urban terrain; 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. Basic light infantry tactics; techniques, and skills; tactics portion includes basic light infantry squad and platoon operations; air-assault operations planning, and how to conduct military operations in urban terrain; 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.

CADET TROOP LEADER (INFANTRY) - MASL : B179051

Computer simulations and technology demonstrations; field training including infantry tactics and force-on-force operations using the Multiple Integrated Laser System (MILES); professional development involving the laws of war and human rights; practical application of human rights related scenarios in a field environment; human rights; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

CADRT OPERATOR TRNG - MASL : P124028

COMPUTER AIDED DEAD RECKONING TRACER (CADRT) OPERATOR TRAINING

Course Purpose:

The Computer Aided Dead Reckoning Tracer (CADRT) Operator course is designed to provide OS and Officer personnel with the skills and knowledge necessary to operate CADRT in support of routine CIC operations.

Course Description:

The training includes routine CIC operations previously conducted on the DRT/DDRT/INTPS units in support of ASW, SUW, MIW and NSFS warfare. Additionally, the curriculum includes operations of CADRT Training mode, and utilization of CADRT in support of Amphibious operations and SAR.

Method of teaching: Classroom lessons and hands-on training for applicable equipment to the DDS. Simulations used as appropriate, with differences explained.

Prerequisites:

Officer or Enlisted CIC personnel watchstander

Invitational Travel Orders required

Normal color vision

Minimum ECL Score of 70%

CAPTAINS CAREER-SPANISH - MASL : B171420

Foundation-building instruction in the fundamentals of leadership; training management; communications; land navigation, and military laws; extensive study of the battle operating system, to include intelligence preparation of the battlefield; logistics; combat engineer employment; use of indirect fire and close air support; civil affairs; tactical level of war and plan combat operations at the company and battalion level; brigade, airborne and air assault operations; tactical exercises without troops, supported by the JANUS combat simulations system, designed to reinforce the concepts of combined arms operations in a tactical environment under the law of land warfare; mandated 16 hours of instruction on human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

CARGO SPECIALIST - MASL : B153740

Operating ships caro-handling gear; operating material-handling equipment (MHE), and cranes; loading procedures for shipment by air, rail, and motor; and lift-on/lift-off and roll-on/roll-off stevedoring operations aboard ship for vehicles, heavy lifts, containers, and general cargo.Operating ships caro-handling gear; operating material-handling equipment (MHE), and cranes; loading procedures for shipment by air, rail, and motor; and lift-on/lift-off and roll-on/roll-off stevedoring operations aboard ship for vehicles, heavy lifts, containers, and general cargo.

CASUALTY TREATMENT TRNG - MASL : P175662

Provides casualty treatment training to Dental Technicians. Prepares Dental Technicians to assist in the health care support effort during a combat or civil emergency situation. Reviews practical shipboard and field mass casualty management procedures, how to assess patients, provide effective emergency care using minimum equipment and stabilize personnel for evacuation.

CATB OJT KUWAIT - MASL : B119923

This MASL is used when CATB OJT - Kuwait is programmed.

CAVALRY LEADER - MASL : B144293

Tactical employment of cavalry troops and squadrons in the role of economy of force and reconnaissance and security missions, planning and directing these operations; integration and synchronization of combat power and combat service support.

CAVALRY SCOUT BNCOC - MASL : B144581

In a combat simulated cavalry scout platoon environment: mine warfare; secure communications; tactical movements; demolitions; NBC; maintenance;safety; troo p leading procedures; physical fitness training; training management; tactics; conduct of fire training (COFT); Bradley Fighting Vehicle (BFV) gunnery; Field Training Exercise (FTX); Common Leader Training (CLT); Common Military Training (CMT); and tactical seminars in a 24-hour a day NCO Academy environment. Small Group Instructional (SGI) model is employed throughout the course.

CDLMS MAINTENANCE - MASL : P139233

COMMON DATA LINK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CDLMS) MAINTENANCE

Course Purpose: Provide personnel with basic knowledge of Link-16 and skills to perform CDLMS system operations, troubleshooting, and maintenance procedures.

Course CDLMS maintenance training will familiarize trainees with overall knowledge of the Purpose, Characteristics, Features of Link-16, and Network Management. Additionally, CDLMS training will describe the Link-16 Hardware, Interfaces and Support Equipment. The trainee will also be presented with familiarization of the CDLMS hardware and software components and provide an introduction to the system, operations, troubleshooting, preventive/corrective maintenance and emergency procedures.

Method of teaching:

Classroom and hands-on training

Prerequisites:

General knowledge in electronics

Security clearance of Secret

Normal color vision

Invitational Travel Orders (ITO) required

Minimum ECL Score of 70%

CEC CONSTR BTN OPNS - MASL : P174080

CONSTRUCTION BATTALION OPERATIONS

Prepares the Officer and Seabee Chief Petty Officer for duty with a Naval Construction Force operating unit or training command. This intensive two week course covers Naval Construction Force mission, organizational structure and command relationships; planning, executing, and balancing mission requirements; leadership and the officer/chief relationship. The course culminates with a group planned and presented Airdet sized deployment execution plan in support of contingency operations.

CEC OFF BAS QUAL - MASL : P174052

Toorient the new CEC officer to the role of the CEC in the Navy and to prepare them to be immediately effective upon assuming the duties of their first CEC billet. During four weeks of the course, subject matter common to all BASIC students is covered to provide a knowledge of fundamental principles intrinsic to any CEC billet. Topics included are: engineering management, CEC officer orientation, financial management, organization and responsibilities of NAVFAC, construction technology & scheduling, professional development military/civilian personnel considerations, and leadership/human relations. One week is designated as the Military Training phase, where students are subjected to small-arms training and a field exercise which gives the overview of Seabee operations.

NOTE: STUDENTS SHOULD BE PREPARED FOR ADDITIONAL FOOD COSTS AS FOLLOWS:

$50 FOR MRE FOOD FOR ONE WEEK FIELD EXERCISE; $10 FOR FOOD PROVIDED AT MANDATORY ATTENDANCE AT BASEBALL GAME; $10 FOR FOOD PROVIDED AT MANDATORY MUSEUM TOUR.

CENTRIFUGE-BASED FLT ENV - MASL : P128101

CENTRIFUGE-BASED FLIGHT ENVIRONMENT TRAINER (CFET)

Purpose: Required initial training per OPNAVINST 3710.7 series for all tactical jet aircrew flying AV-8, EA-6, F-5, F-14, F-16, or F/A-18 aircraft prior to reporting for FRS training. Per General NATOPS, tactical jet aircrews that have not received dynamic CFET training shall receive this course as soon as operationally practical.

Scope: Classroom and laboratory presentations covering the physiological affects of acceleration and the counter measures employed in the high G environment. Training device evolution includes the centrifuge (device 9A16) and is accomplished ONLY at ASTC Lemoore prior to reporting to FRS.

CH-46 SIMULATOR TRNG - MASL : P119380

CH-46 SIMULATOR TRNG

CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119991

This MASL would be programmed when CH-47 Flight Simulation training is required.

CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119963

This MASL is used when CH-47 Flight Simulator is programmed.

CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR - MASL : B219951

This MASL is used when CH-47 Flight Simulation training is required.

CH-47 HELO RPR SUPV BNCOC - MASL : B141842

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 67U/15U30.

CH-47A/B/C MAINT MGR/TP-TR - MASL : B141772

Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level 1 training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in Powerplant Repair.Based on tasks that are specified for Skill Level 1 training; also covers subjects (Not included in the trainer s guide) considered necessary for student understanding and proficiency in Powerplant Repair.

CH-47D AVIATOR QUAL - ALL - MASL : B115007

Scope:

This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledges required to achieve pilot qualification in the CH-47D helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for this 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 not night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the CH-47D. Aviators not NVD qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.

CH-47D AVIATOR QUAL - EN - MASL : B115012

Course Scope:

This course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledges required to achieve pilot qualification in the CH-47D helicopter. Includes training in the mental and physical skills required for this 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 not night vision device (NVD) qualified will receive NVD qualification in the CH-47D. Aviators not NVD qualified will receive NVD familiarization based on proficiency.

CH-47D FLIGHT ENG INSTR - MASL : B115030

Flight and academic instruction in preflight, inflight, and postflight tasks; tactical flight training tasks; aircraft systems; aviation medicine; night vision goggles; and aviation safety subjects. Student will receive academic and flight methods of instruction training.

CH-47D INSTRUCTOR PILOT - MASL : B115006

Course consists of CH-47D IP training and N/NVG training, flight and academic training in day VFR and night VFR tasks. The tasks will include before-flight, basic flight, approach/landings, and emergency tasks, academic instruction, and practical application of CH-47D aircraft systems subjects.

CH-47D IP MOI - ALL - MASL : B113018

CH-47D IP training and N/NVG training, flight and academic training in day VFR and night VFR tasks. The tasks will include before-flight, basic flight, approach/landings, and emergency tasks, academic instruction, and practical application of principles application of CH-47D aircraft systems subjects.CH-47D IP training and N/NVG training, flight and academic training in day VFR and night VFR tasks. The tasks will include before-flight, basic flight, approach/landings, and emergency tasks, academic instruction, and practical application of principles application of CH-47D aircraft systems subjects.

CH-47D MAINTENANCE TP W/FL - MASL : B141804

To provide information and training on the CH-47D (712/714 engine) Maintenance Troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

CH-47D MTP W/O FLY - ALL - MASL : B141847

Toprovide information and training on the CH-47D (712/714 engine) Maintenance Troubleshooting and test flight procedures.Toprovide information and training on the CH-47D (712/714 engine) Maintenance Troubleshooting and test flight procedures.

CH-47D SIMULATOR - KOREA - MASL : B119905

This MASL would be programmed when CH-47D Flight Simulation training for Korea is required.This MASL would be programmed when CH-47D Flight Simulation training for Korea is required.

CH-47D/F HELICOPTER REPAIRER - MASL : B141760

Emphasis is on aircraft technical maintenance training and safe maintenance practices. Instruction covers aircraft maintenance procedures to provide the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform CH-47 maintenance. Training includes 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 applicable forms, records and publications; and using the Unit Level Logistics System - Aviation (ULLS-A).

CHAPLAIN CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171652

Advanced skills and knowledges supporting the performance of critical tasks for chaplain staff supervision and brigade chaplain staff officer responsibilities. Trains leadership, ethics, administration, staff supervision of ministry in the military environment, combat and tactical functions, appropriated and non-appropriated funds management, and other branch unique or common tasks. Training is battle focused, scenario-driven small group instruction.

CHEMICAL BASIC OFFICER LDR - MASL : B121240

Proposed Implementation FY06.Proposed Implementation FY06.

CHEMICAL OFF ADV - MASL : B171660

Toprovide learning activities that will further officer skills and knowledge in leadership, management, written and oral communications, combined arms doctrine/fundamentals, staff procedures, nuclear, biological, chemical (NBC) reconnaissance and decontamination operations, smoke operations, radiological safety, and chemical and nuclear target analysis.Toprovide learning activities that will further officer skills and knowledge in leadership, management, written and oral communications, combined arms doctrine/fundamentals, staff procedures, nuclear, biological, chemical (NBC) reconnaissance and decontamination operations, smoke operations, radiological safety, and chemical and nuclear target analysis.

CIVIL AFFAIRS QUALIFICATION - MASL : B173637

Prepare, execute, and transition civil affairs (CA) activities and civil-military operations (CMO) and a field training exercise (FTX).Prepare, execute, and transition civil affairs (CA) activities and civil-military operations (CMO) and a field training exercise (FTX).

CIVIL MILITARY OPS-SPANISH - MASL : B173015

Military civic action; the proper role of the military in support of civilian authority, civil defense, disaster relief, and CMO support to counterdrug activities; various in-depth case studies which are used to enhance student awareness of effective CMO activities; each student integrates a mandated minimum 12 hours instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military; and the role of the military in democratic society.

CIWS MK-15 MOD 11/14 OP/MT - MASL : P134276

Provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the organizational maintenance, and operation incidental to maintenance of the MK-15 MODS 11-14 Close-In Weapon System. Includes training in Ordnance Safety procedures for the gun system, Technical Operation and Maintenance (O&M), Organizational maintenance in accordance with the maintenance concept of module replacement, Utilization of Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) in fault isolation and casualty analysis; Utilization of Special Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (SPETE), Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE), in fault isolation and casualty analysis, Digital equipment, solid state devices, RF transmission, receiving and processing, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic functional features as required by the maintenance concept of the Close-In Weapon System, Organizational maintenance of the 20 millimeter gun including load, reload and unloading procedures and Operator training incidental to maintenance..

CIWS MK-15 MOD 11/14 OP/MT - MASL : P134171

Provides the knowledge and skills necessary for the organizational maintenance, and operation incidental to maintenance of the MK-15 MODS 11-14 Close-In Weapon System. Includes training in Ordnance Safety procedures for the gun system, Technical Operation and Maintenance (O&M), Organizational maintenance in accordance with the maintenance concept of module replacement, Utilization of Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) in fault isolation and casualty analysis; Utilization of Special Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (SPETE), Peculiar Support Equipment (PSE), in fault isolation and casualty analysis, Digital equipment, solid state devices, RF transmission, receiving and processing, mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic functional features as required by the maintenance concept of the Close-In Weapon System, Organizational maintenance of the 20 millimeter gun including load, reload and unloading procedures and Operator training incidental to maintenance.

CMBT SYS OFF (CSO) UPGRADE - MASL : D114047

This course is designed to qualify USAF rated officers as Combat Systems Officers capable of entry into follow on operational aircrew upgrade training. Students must have completed N-V4C-P(Primary Combat Systems Officer), Q-2D-0055(Strike Fighter), Q-2D-0056(Strike) or N-V4R-N-1 through N-V4R-N5 (JSUNT). Students receive in depth training in the following areas: Air Defense Systems, Electronic Warfare Support, Self Protection and Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses. Graduates are certified as Combat Systems Officers.

CMBT SYS OFF (CSO-NAVY) - MASL : D114048

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

CMDR AMPHIB TASK/F SURGEON - MASL : P175310

Toprovide experienced Medical Officers with an opportunity to develop the skills required for service as the Senior Medical Advisor to the Commander Amphibious Task Force (CATF). Consists of training in the design of an amphibious operation and its associated medical logistics, an overview of the medical aspects of operations other than war, and a current brief on geopolitical and medical intelligence. Graduates will be able to serve effectively as CATF Surgeons with a thorough understanding of the medical aspects of an amphibious operation.

CMSID - EAST EU/CEN ASIA - MASL : D173070

Conducted by USAFSOS/EDOI at Hurlburt Field FL. Provides key US and foreign military and civilian government officials an apprehension of how to integrate national military capabilities into a unified host-government strategy for internal development. Designed for personnel engaged in action programs supporting a government''s internal development objectives. Course is intended primarily for teams of individuals from foreign countries. Desired student mix is for each country to be represented by one US embassy member, one foreign military officer, and one foreign civilian official. Three regionally focused iterations annually: D173063, Latin America and the Caribbean; D173066, Africa; and D173070, Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

CNTRDRUG INFO ANAL SP-CT - MASL : B12921T

Basic intelligence duties and responsibilities in tactical intelligence; intelligence preparation of the battlefield; internal defense and development; security of operations; analysis techniques; operate in a joint intelligence center; mandated minimum of 12 hours of instruction on human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

CNTRDRUG OPS-SP-CT 002/06 - MASL : B12142T

This MASL used for CT fiscal year crossover.

Comprehensive and specialized training in counterdrug interdiction opeartions at the detachment, platoon, and company level; emphasizes staff planning and command and control during effective execution of counterdrug opeartions against realistic targets and objectives; advanced marksmanship with both rifle and pistol; precision operations in urban environments; riverine operations; development of intelligence packets in support of counterdrug operations; intelligence preparation of the area of operations; physical fitness; unarmed restraining and disarming techniques; explosive and ballistic building entry techniques; land navigation; communications; staff organization and planning; special infiltration and exfiltration techniques; clandestine airfield interdiction techniques; drug laboratory destruction and safety considerations; evidence handling; treatment and handling of suspects; tactical patrolling operations; leadership; planning; command and control in urban or rural permissive counterdrug environment; Minimum 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.

CNTRTERRORISM FEL PRGM-CT - MASL : B17174T

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.

COLD WEATHER MEDICINE - MASL : P175228

COLD WEATHER MEDICINE

To provide medical personnel assigned to combat units with the necessary knowledge and practical experience to effectively participate as operations support personnel in a cold weather mountainous environment.

This course of instruction is designed to bring the students to a high standard of technical and tactical proficiency peculiar to a cold weather environment. The course subjects cover movement, survival, bivouacs, leadership and discipline, diagnosing, treating and preventing high altitude, cold weather related illness and injuries, and techniques of transporting casualties in a snow covered mountainous environment.

Notes: Students attending this course must be military medical personnel. They must not be on cardiovascular medication or have sickle cell anemia traits, and must score an outstanding on their most recent physical fitness test, and be free of chronic or acute orthopedic injuries.

COMBAT CASUALTY CARE - MASL : B175281

The Combat Casualty Care Course (C4) is a tri-service, continuing medical education course designed to enhance medical readiness of physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and dentists by providing training in field leadership, knowledge and skills that may be necessary for direct medical support in conditions related to any combat condition. Contemporary Operational Environment and humanitarian issues. Training is based on a multi-phased scenario-based operation escalating to a high-intensity conflict testing first and second echelons of care capabilities.

COMBAT ENGR BAS - MASL : P121018

The course focuses on teaching basic combat engineering skills to entry-level enlisted students. U.S. Marine Corps students are not expected to have prior knowledge of combat engineering or practical experience. They are expected to have completed basic training and the Marine Combat Training course. General engineering topics covered include wood frame construction;

concrete mixing and placement; and concrete block construction. Students are introduced to engineer hand tools and equipment, including chainsaws. Combat engineering topics covered include the use of pneumatic and hydraulic tools; the construction of log and wire obstacles; bunker construction; military demolitions; mine warfare; and basic mine detector operation. During the course, students receive classroom training followed by instructor demonstration and practical application periods. For the majority of lessons within the course, each student is tested for proficiency through either a practical examination or a written examination. Corporal (E4) and below.

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P121017, "COMBAT ENGR NCO CRS", M03ACS2.

SPECIAL INFO: Hazardous duty required. Because of the nature of this course, must be able to pass the Marine Corps PFT. This course is a physically demanding course.

COMBAT ENGR NCO CRS - MASL : P121017

The course consists of instruction in engineering subjects relating to mobility, countermobility, survivability, and general engineering. Instruction includes: reconnaissance, engineer equipment, bridging, demolitions, mine warfare, obstacles, field fortifications, horizontal and vertical construction, and management techniques. Because of the nature of this course, must be able to pass the Marine Corps PFT. This is a physically demanding course. IMS must be authorized to participate in Hazardous Duty. Corporal through staff sergeant (E-4 - E6). IT IS NECESSARY TO BE A GRADUATE OF THE BASIC COMBAT ENGINEER COURSE (MASL M03ACS2, P121017) OR HAVE PRIOR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE. THIS IS NOT A BASIC COURSE. Because of the nature of this course, must be able to pass the Marine Corps PFT.

This is a physically demanding course. IMS must be authorized to participate in Hazardous Duty.

COMBAT ENGR OFFICER USMC - MASL : P121802

Provides Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) training for basically trained Marine officers in order to produce combat engineer officers. Instruction in supervisory level operational and planning skills, tactical and technical training in mobility, countermobility, demolition survivability, and general engineering operations. Second Lieutenant - Captain (O-1 - O-3). This is a physically and mentally demanding course. SPECIAL INFO: Hazardous duty required. Because of the nature of this course, must be able to pass the Marine Corps PFT and have the equivalent of six months of Military training in leadership and basic military operations. The focus of this course is on engineering operations in support of expeditionary operations, it is most appropriate for engineers of ground components.

COMBAT LOGISTICS - MASL : D178144

Addresses the roles and responsibilities of logisticians in support of combat, peace, and humanitarian operations. The focus is on logistics at the operational and tactical levels of war. The course addresses how Air Force logisticians, together with other combat support forces, create and sustain capability in a joint theater of operations. This course is designed for personnel assigned to maintenance, supply, transportation, contingency contracting, and logistics plans positions at base-level through joint and unified commands. The course is also suited for personnel in other positions (i.e. civil engineering, services, security, intelligence, and operations planning) who must have knowledge of or interact with combat support and combat sustainment operations. The course is not designed for personnel in the wholesale acquisition career field. The course combines combat logistics history with current issues and dynamics. Methods of instruction include informal lecturers, guided discussions, a planning exercise, and a literary analysis. Course Objectives The course is structured to achieve the following objectives: 1. Provide an orientation of wartime roles and responsibilities of Air Force logisticians. 2. Provide an overview of these roles and responsibilities integrated into the larger context of DOD and USAF wartime preparation. 3. Analyze and discuss the application of the principles of logistics in combat, peace, and humanitarian operations. 4. Investigate how the application of the principles of logistics support the principles of war. 5. Provide an anchor for subsequent on-the-job training and professional education for the Air Force logistician.

COMBAT SIGNALER - MASL : B132461

Perform aviation intermediate maintenance on avionic communications equipment, to include very high frequency, amplitude modulated, frequency modulated, ultra high frequency, and aircraft intercommunications control systems, and radio sets with frequency hopping capabilities. Troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment, using common and specialized handtools and test equipment.

THIS VARIATION IS EQUIPMENT ONLY. Perform aviation intermediate maintenance on avionic communications equipment, to include very high frequency, amplitude modulated, frequency modulated, ultra high frequency, and aircraft intercommunications control systems, and radio sets with frequency hopping capabilities. Troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment, using common and specialized handtools and test equipment.

THIS VARIATION IS EQUIPMENT ONLY.

COMBAT SURVIVAL TNG - MASL : D121001

Train aircrew and other designated personnel in parachute descent procedures and employment of principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment that enhance survival, evasion, resistance, and escape (SERE) prospects, regardless of climatic conditions or hostile environments. Its objective is to facilitate their return with honor to friendly forces without rendering aid or comfort to an enemy, with or without organized recovery.

COMBAT SYS MT MGR (J5) - MASL : P179382

COMBAT SYSTEM MAINTENANCE MANAGER (CSMM) (J5)

This course provides the Senior Enlisted Technician (CSMM), System Test Officer (STO), and Electronic Material Officer (EMO) with the knowledge necessary to manage the gis Combat System and train combat system personnel emphasizing the Combat System Operating Sequence System (CSOSS), the Combat System Maintenance Team (CSMT), and the Combat System Training Team (CSTT).

This course covers the ship s combat system functional operation, technical characteristics, and operational capabilties, management of preventive and corrective maintenance, training of combat system personnel and associated administration. It includes practical application in corrective maintenance and fault isolation of the combat system at the Combat System Officer of the Watch (CSOOW) level.

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: Recommend completion of AWS O&M. Security Clearance of SECRET. Normal Color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. Minimum ECL score of 70%.

COMBAT SYS MT MGR (KS) - MASL : P179514

COMBAT SYSTEM MAINTENANCE MANAGER (CSMM)

Purpose: To provide the Senior Enlisted Technician (CSMM), System Test Officer (STO), and Electronic Material Officer (EMO) with the knowledge necessary to manage the gis Combat System and train combat system personnel emphasizing Combat System Operational Sequencing System (CSOSS), the Combat System Maintenance Team (CSMT) and the Combat System Training Team (CSTT).

This course covers the ship s combat system functional operation, technical characteristics and operational capabilities, management of preventive and corrective maintenance, training of combat system personnel and associated administration. It includes practical application in corrective maintenance and fault isolaion of the combat system at the Combat System Officer Of the Watch (CSOOW) level.

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

Prerequisites: Recommend completion of AWS O&M. General knowledge in electronics. Security Clearance of Secret. Normal color vision. Invitational Travel Orders required. ECL Scoure of 70%

Maximum Class Size: 12 Students

COMBINED LIVE ARMS FIRE EX - MASL : B199947

This MASL would be programmed when Combined Live Arms Fire Exercise is required.

COMBINED LIVE ARMS FIRE EX - MASL : B199957

THIS MASL IS USED WHEN OJT IS PROGRAMMED.

COMBINED LOGISTICS CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171727

Doctrine and instruction in rail operations, motor transport, and marine terminal operations, movements management and power projection.Doctrine and instruction in rail operations, motor transport, and marine terminal operations, movements management and power projection.

COMBINED LOGISTICS CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171360

Phase 3 equips students with skills and knowledge necessary to perform duties as a staff officer on a multifunctional logistics staff. Concentration is on CSS functions (supply, field services, human resources, transportation, combat health support, maintenance, ammunition and explosive ordnance disposal) and logistics support operations.

COMBINED LOGISTICS CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171240

Ordnance branch specific training that is required for the types of positions that they will be filling upon completion of CLOAC. Includes maintenance and class IX management, wholesale logistics overview, and technical department training.Ordnance branch specific training that is required for the types of positions that they will be filling upon completion of CLOAC. Includes maintenance and class IX management, wholesale logistics overview, and technical department training.

COMBINED LOGISTICS CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171545

Branch specific technical functions in the area of materiel management; logistics automation; petroleum management; subsistence management; airborne and field services; mortuary affairs operations; officer professional development, and Military Operations Other Than War (MOOTW).

COMBINED LOGISTICS CAPTAINS CAREER - MASL : B171546

Phase 3 equips students with skills and knowledge necessary to perform duties as a staff officer on a multifunctional logistics staff. Concentration is on CSS functions (supply, field services, human resources, transportation, combat health support, maintenance, ammunition and explosive ordnance disposal) and logistics support operations.

COMBT CONTROL S/A TRAINER - MASL : P121310

Provide Combat Control Training to submarine Section and Fire Control Tracking Parties.

Scope: Input scenerios for submarine units to track, trail and engage targets, as well as provide communication and equipment operations simulating actual submarine control centers.

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

COMM BATTLESPACE MGMT CRS - MASL : D132110

This course becomes effective with class starting on 13 Sep 06

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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 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 The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items.

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The Advanced Comm Officer Training (ACOT) seminar is the professional development school for intermediate-level C&I officers and civilian equivalents in the 33S career field. The course provides knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties of Communications and Information Officer at the field grade level. It presents current and emerging communications and information programs, initiatives and technologies impacting the Department of Defense total force concept for the communications and information warrior in a fixed and deployed environment. Refer to AFCAT 36-2223 for attendance criteria. Upon graduation students will be able to: 1. Communications Issues a. Develop an executable Annex K that explains the warfighters use of communications and information systems in expeditionary operations. b. Discuss Air Force, Joint, and Information Operations doctrine and resulting issues. c. Discuss the Communications Squadron Commanders role and issues they face. d. Discuss C4 organizations, systems and networks supporting base ops in an in-garrison environment and resulting issues. e. Discuss the base level and unit level budgeting process and resulting issues. f. Discuss the functions and responsibilities of STEMs and resulting issues. g. Discuss the roles, responsibilities and employment of ANG and AFRC and resulting issues. 2. Information Operations a. Discuss information operations and network security operations issues. 3. War-fighting Integration and Architectures a. Discuss emerging technologies, communications integration and interoperability issues. b. Discuss spectrum management concepts and the roles of various agencies involved in spectrum management. 4. Expeditionary Warfare Support a. Discuss communications and information issues involved in the deliberate and crisis planning process. b. Discuss issues involved within the C4 organizations, systems and networks supporting base ops in a deployed environment. c. Discuss the issues of consolidating the sensors, systems and components that form the Air Picture within the Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC) to speed up the kill chain (F2T2EA). d. Discuss the issues faced in providing SatCom to deployed forces to include the impact of command, control, communications computers, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR). e. Discuss the issues faced by the Joint Interface Control Officer (JICO) in providing Tactical Data Interface Links (TADIL). f. Discuss communications and information issues when working in joint, combined and coalition operations. 5. Scope Falcon a. Discuss issues related to Scope Eagle level concerns. 1. Speakers are to discuss issues facing them as commanders. 2. Speakers are to provide a strategic view of what is happening to the C&I career field in general.

COMM CABLE/ANTENNA SYS APP - MASL : D132113

The course trains students to perform duties prescribed in AFMAN 36-2108 for Communications Cable and Antenna Systems Apprentice. Training includes an introduction to cable and antenna systems fundamentals; installing, maintaining, reconstituting, removing and modifying copper core, coaxial and waveguide for cable and antenna systems; antenna principles; antenna tower assembly, erection, alignment and maintenance; splicing and sealing communications cables using splice closure methods; fabrication, installation, and maintenance of antenna guys; spicing meteorological and coaxial cables; installation, splicing and testing procedures for rial, underground and buried cable systems; R-F transmission line installation and maintenance; cable fault location; cable pressure systems; cable plant performance testing; installing and maintaining LAN/WAN Distribution Systems including interior wiring; fiber optic splicing procedures; Communications link troubleshooting and restoration; and Certification in pole and antenna climbing.

COMM/NAV SYS SPECL - MASL : D133066

This course trains students in the following areas: Introduction to the 2A5X3A career field, general aircraft maintenance practices, safety, security, technical order systems, supply principles, and avionics systems. It also provides training on the fundamental theory of operation and maintenance on avionics systems power distribution, communication systems, dependent navigation systems, independent navigation systems, on-board built in test equipment, system control and displays, computational/mission systems, radar systems, photographic and sensor systems. The course depends heavily on the practical application of technical orders (TO), systems trainers, and grounded instructional training aircraft (GITA) to reinforce basic system principles and maintenance practices. This is a course number conversion of Sheppard AFB, TX course J3ABR2A533A 003, Communication/Navigation/Mission Systems Apprentice, PDS Code C70.

COMMAND + STAFF COLL USMC - MASL : P171801

Toprovide intermediate, advanced intermediate, and senior level professional military education for field grade officers of the Marine Corps, other services and foreign countries; to prepare them for command and staff duties with Marine Air-Ground Task Forces with emphasis on amphibious operations and for assignments with joint and combined organizations. The intent of the curriculum based on the mission statement is to provide officers with an understanding of the interrelation of the strategic, operational and tactical levels of war within a joint and/or a combined environment and by adapting doctrine and techniques to the changing conditions of warfare, the ability to out-think and out-fight any opponent. The course is presented in the setting of a "Field Grade Officers\ Workshop" wherein the emphasis is on producing a well rounded, physically fit, combat ready officer. It includes programs in health and physical fitness (both team and individual), leadership, history and amphibious operations and confronts the students with situations requiring them to solve problems of the type they can expect to encounter in assignments both in and out of the Fleet Marine Force. Formal instruction is primarily of the integrated problem type requiring individual or group application. The course stresses the planning for and the conduct of force-in-readiness operations by the Marine Air/Ground Task Force in all environments and in limited high intensity war situations. The focus is the development of an officer who understands the capabilities and potential roles of the MAGTF at the operational level of war and how to best task organize, deploy and employ these forces in any tactical environment across the spectrum of conflict. The role of the Marine Corps landing force in amphibious operations as a component of the balanced Fleet is emphasized. In addition, the course addresses staff, joint and amphibious planning; warfighting philosophies, concepts and strategy; military justice; low intensity conflict; computer use and simulations; oral and written communications; and includes a guest lecture program.

NOTE: CONVENES ANNUALLY IN AUGUST; 11 MONTHS IN DURATION. STUDENTS MUST BE IN RANK OF O-4; STUDENTS IN RANK OF O-5 REQUIRE WAIVER. WAIVER WILL NOT BE GRANTED FOR O-6. MAXIMUM IMS FOR CLASS IS 26

COMMAND LEADERSHIP - MASL : P171030

Toreinforce the fundamental tenets of naval leadership and provide an improved decision making foundation for officers assuming the responsibilities of command. This course is designed for O-5/O-6 en route to their first command tour. The course is conducted using a seminar format with facilitated group discussions and case studies supported by reading and writing assignments. The class size is a maximum of twenty-four students.

COMMON CORE (ILE-CC) - MASL : B17181C

WEB-BASED 3-PHASED.

COMMUNICATION INFO SYS OFR - MASL : P139400

BASIC COMMUNICATION OFFICER COURSE (BCOCC)

The BASIC COMMUNICATION OFFICER COURSE (BCOC) is a 23-week program of instruction that provides leadership and professional training in the planning and employment of tactical communications systems in order to prepare company-grade officers for entry-level billets in the Operating Forces. Core curriculum areas include communications theory, single-channel radio networks, tactical telephone switching systems, tactical data networks, tactical multi-channel radio systems, and communications planning. Note: BCOC is designed for company grade officers (O1 to O3) that have completed the Basic Officer Course (MASL 179250) or an equivalent host-nation course and will fill tactical communications billets (S-6). A waiver is required for officers in grades higher than O3.

COMMUNICATIONS/ * - MASL : D133022

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.

COMPUTER ENG COURSE - MASL : D155049

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Provides education for Air Force personnel with AFSC 33SXA and international officers trained under the provisions of the Air Force Security Assistance Program in the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties of Communications Engineering Officer. It presents current and emerging communications and information programs, initiatives and technologies impacting the Department of Defense total force concept for the communications and information warrior in a fixed and deployed environment. Upon graduation students will be able to: ENGINEERING FACTORS Predict reliability and maintainability of communication systems. Design communication links to achieve a specified grade of service by applying basic queuing theory. COMMUNICATIONS LINK ENGINEERING Calculate parameters required to set up a high frequency communication link. Calculate parameters required to set up a microwave communication link. Calculate parameters required to set up a troposcatter communication link. Calculate parameters required to set up a satellite communication link. Identify the primary wing communications and information requirements to support a typical theater air base in a deployed environment. Demonstrate site survey and equipment siting techniques required to establish a reliable tactical communications link. Create a multiplexing plan using current Air Force tactical transmission assets for typical expeditionary wing operation. Create a communications package to support operation in a typical theater air base contingency in a deployed environment. NETWORK ENGINEERING AND ANALYSIS Design a secure network enclave within a non-secure network. Describe the primary hardware and software tradeoffs associated with designing a base backbone network within a limited budget, to include consideration of quantity, capability and capacity of associated subsystems. Apply modeling and simulation software/ methods to evaluate performance of a proposed network technical solution. Isolate and correct network problems using network analysis tools and techniques. Construct a technical solution for a user''s requirements using network engineering principles. ENGINEERING AND INSTALLATION Perform an engineering site survey for a user communications requirement. Write a Project Support Agreement to satisfy a user requirement. Construct an installation project package to fulfill a user requirement. Explain the functions and responsibilities of the STEM B/C. Explain the purpose and processes of the base C&I blueprint. Recommended pre-course work: None at this time. Recommended follow-on material: None at this time.

COMPUTER TECH/SYSTEMS/GRAD - MASL : D178096

The student seeking a major in Computer Engineering is provided with a concentration across a wide range of courses including formal computer languages, objected-oriented programming, structural programming, data structures, algorithm design, complexity analysis, computer operating systems, computer graphics, optimization techniques, artificial intelligence, distributed and parallel software design, and the spectrum of applications. This curriculum encourages the student to pursue a variety of specialties which are covered in depth with additional special-study courses to study emerging technology and its application to problem solving. Applicants for the computer engineering program should hold an ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering (with a digital emphasis).

COMSEC MT (Deact-SeeTCC) - MASL : P137158

Toprovide Electronics Technicians, Cryptologic Technicians (Maintenance), Aviation Electronics Technicians, selected Department of Defense (DoD) civilian personnel and foreign military personnel with the knowledge and skills required to perform limited maintenance on the AN/USC-43V(), TSEC/KY-57&58, and the TSEC/KG-84 Family equipment at an organizational maintenance level.

SCOPE: Training includes the operation, preventive and corrective maintenance, and the replacement of equipment, assemblies, and subassemblies as specified in related operation and maintenance manuals and security of classified materials as specified in OPNAVINST 2221.3 series.

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR - MASL : P174238

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR

CONTEMP INSURGENT WARFARE - MASL : D126020

Provides students with knowledge about revolutionary warfare through an introduction of the prevailing theories, military doctrine, cultural factors, and insurgent infrastructures. Examines causes, patterns, and lessons learned of several insurgencies and counterinsurgencies. Examines the Ambassador and Country Team roles in implementing US foreign policy. This course is a foundation course for special operations forces and other DoD personnel who deploy or support internal crises. Gives a student an appreciation for the complexity of the situation and a framework for analyzing it. GOAL: To comprehend the political, military, economic, sociological, and cultural influences in an insurgency/counterinsurgency environment. TARGET AUDIENCE: US military cnd civilian government personnel filling or programmed for a position requiring knowledge of revolutionary warfare (insurgency/counterinsurgency, unconventional warfare, or foreign internal defense).

CONTING PREP PLN & EXRCISE - MASL : P171578

A three-week combined preparedness planner & exercise planner course designed for officers at the port, district, or area level who coordinate the development of or review contingency plans, Area Contingency Plans, operation orders, or incident action plans in support of all contingency response operations. The course is also for officers who plan port level exercises, and for district/area/headquarters staff officers who review and approve plans and budgets for port level exercises. The target audience is O-1 to O-4, including Marine Safety, Operations, and Support Command personnel with these responsibilities. Training emphasis is on the Cycle of Quality Preparedness: Begins with scenario-based planning principles, risk assessment, and doctrine of preparedness and response planning processes (JOPES and ICS). Skill development continues with creating executable plans, operations orders, and incident action plans. Then, practical application of exercise policy, development, execution, and evaluation is provided. Completing the Cycle is successful response planning concepts, after-action reporting and lessons learned requirements. Graduates receive course completion certificates for ICS Planning Section Workshop, ICS-300 level, and MS-734, respectively.

CONTINGENCY PREP CMD&CONTL - MASL : P171576

This course provides training and emphasis in contingency preparedness, command & control core doctrine, port risk assessment, command relationships, public affairs and risk communications, use and implementation of appropriate response authorities and response management systems.

CONTINGENCY WARTIME PLANNI - MASL : D121095

Curriculum provides student-centered learning in current wartime planning procedures. Instructs AF war planners and functional area managers in all skills and in grades SSgt through Lt Col and civilian equivalents the basics of wartime planning. CWPC is one of the formal courses identified by the Air Staff as a prerequisite for the award of the "R" prefix. It provides an overview of national strategy & war, command relationships, strategic mobility and functional area management (FAM) training. Also, CWPC provides knowledge level education with regards to the Joint Strategic Planning System (JSPS), Planning, Programming, Budgeting and Execution System (PPBES), Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES), Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segment (DCAPES). We bring war planners to an aggressive level of comprehension in Air Force doctrine, Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP), USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP), the Joint Operational Planning Processes (deliberate, crisis action and campaign planning), TPFDD Letters of Instruction, force packaging, TPFDD Elements, Designed Operational Capability and Status of Resources and Training System (DOC/SORTS), base level deployment, base support planning, and the War Reserve Materiel (WRM) program. Method: 50% presented by lecture; supported by seminar practical exercises and seminar/case study discussion (50%).

CONTR BRIDGE SIMULATR TRNG - MASL : P179484

Contractor taught Bridge Simulator Training

CONTR C3 TRNG - MASL : P179504

Contractor provided C3 training.

CONTR CANISTER HARPOON WPN - MASL : P179589

CANISTER HARPOON WEAPON SYSTEM

Provides personnel assigned in support of the Canister Harpoon Weapon System with the knowledge and skills necessary to: analyze equipment functional block diagrams

perform fault analysis; perform preventive and corrective maintenance as required in order to ensure proper operation of the AN/SWG-1A(V) HWS system.

HMS-2 is a stand alone course designed under the assumption that HWS Operators and Maintenance Technicians are not the same personnel.

The HSM-2 Maintenance Course is applicable to all Canister Equipped Ship configurations as covered by the USN Series Technical Manuals and development is not required for different ship classes.

CONTR E2 OJT - MASL : P179584

Toprovide E-2C on-the-job operation and maintenance training at Northrup-Grumman Corporation.

CONTR FLIGHT SAFETY TRNG - MASL : P179970

Training at various locations to include: B-300 King Air 350; PA-31 (NAVAJO 325); Turbo Commander 840; and Bell 412.

CONTR JCPTS TRNG - MASL : P179302

CONTR JCPTS TRNG

CONTR SH-2G(E) FLIGHT TNG - MASL : P179461

Toprovide flight training to the aircrews and pilots of the SH-2G helicopter.

CONTR TRNG - MARCORPS - MASL : P179950

Miscellaneous contractor support training.

CONTR TSTA-FE - MASL : P179827

Toprovide a Tailored Ship Training Availability Final Evaluation to determine each ships crews readiness to sail the ship home. It may consist of anything from simple navigation/piloting drills to full battle problems to actual firing of weapons. As a minimun it will contain:

(1) Engineering Equipment Operation - Cold Checks/MLOC, Plant Light-Off, Hot Checks, Auxiliary Cold Checks, and Electrical Power Shifts.

(2) Engineering Casualty Control Drills - Each of the two PQS qualified engineering watch section per ship shall satisfactorily complete, at least twice, all engineering casualty control drills for Knox Class ships.

(3) Damage Control Exercises - Each Repair Locker/Repair Party shall complete at least two consecutive satisfactory drills for Main Battle Stations/Repair Locker, Set Material Condition (Yoke/Zebra), Fire Extinguishing/Smoke Clearance, Main Space Fire, Inport Duty Section Fire Drills (Alfa, Bravo, Charlie) and Inport Duty Section Flooding Drills.

(4) Operations, Navigation Seamanship and Equipment Evolutions - Man Overboard, Rig Towing Gear, Rig Boat Boom, Underway/Moor, Daytime Underway Replenishment, Operate Ships Boats, Rig Accommodation Ladder, Rig Heavy Weather Gear, Anchor, Rig Underway Replenishment Stations, Remote Communication Patch, Open Ocean Navigation, Low Visibility Navigation, Loss of Gyro, Shift Steering Control, and Abandon Ship.

(5) Combat/Electronic Systems Equipment Operation - Each ship shall complete two satisfactory evolutions for Fathometer, Gyro, Magazine Sprinkler System, DRAI, DRT, 1MC System, Underwater Log, Engineering Alarms, IC Switchboard, Cathodic Protection, Degaussing, Test Firing Circuits, Cycle Dummy Rounds, Misfire, Surface Search Radar, Close in Navigation Radar, AIMS IFF, AN/SPA-25, and complete DSOT.

CONTRACT AVN TNG - CONUS - MASL : B119900

This MASL is would be used when Contract Aviation Training CONUS (within United States) training is required.This MASL is would be used when Contract Aviation Training CONUS (within United States) training is required.

CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL70SR) - MASL : D147054

Contractor provided training that requires a 70 ECL with required Specialized English Training (SET). Specific contractor training course title should be reflected on the applicable student training track/line (wcn/suffix)

CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL75) - MASL : D147052

Contractor provided training that requires a 75 ECL. Specific contractor training course title should be reflected on the applicable student training track/line (wcn/suffix)

CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL80) - MASL : D147051

Contractor provided training that requires a 80 ECL. Specific contractor training course title should be reflected on the applicable student training track/line (wcn/suffix)

CONTRACT/SPECIAL (ECL85) - MASL : D147058

Contractor provided training that requires a 85 ECL. Specific contractor training course title should be reflected on the applicable student training track/line (wcn/suffix)

CONTRACT/SPECIAL TNG - MASL : D147056

Contractor provided training. Specific contractor training course title should be reflected on the applicable student training track/line (wcn/suffix)

CONTRACTING OFFIER REPR - MASL : B154825

This course provides the student with an overall view of the contracting process, with the major emphasis in contract administration. ALMC DOES NOT CERTIFY individuals to be CORs.

CONTRACTOR SUPPORT - PSW - MASL : P366CS6

Contractor Support - PSW

CORRESP COURSE-USMC - MASL : P164005

The Marine Corps C&SCDEP is offered through correspondence courses, equivalent to that of the resident curriculum, from theory to tactical application. Completion requires approximately 330 hours of self-study and 17 hours for the exams. The program of instruction content ranges from the National Command Authority down to battalion-level tactical application. Request for enrollment constitutes a significant time commitment o the part of each student. The courses are: Theory and Nature of War, Strategic Level of War, Operational Level of War, The Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF), Marine Corps Planning Process, Joint and Multinational Operations, Amphibious Operations, Operations Other Than War, The MAGTF and Marine Corps Planning Process.

CORROSION CONTROL - MASL : P145121

Totrain personnel in the methods, techniques and procedures used in the detection, identification, prevention and treatment related to corrosion control.

CORROSION CONTROL TECHN - MASL : D141282

This course is designed to train maintenance personnel in the fundamentals of corrosion control. Students learn procedural requirements for the detection, prevention, and treatment of corrosion on aircraft and equipment. Focus is placed on safety, proper technical order usage, and surface preparation. Finally, students will learn the fundamentals of painting aircraft parts. Students are required to pass a written and performance progress checks at the end of each block prior to advancement to the next block of instruction. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I FUNDAMENTALS This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. They will learn the fundamentals of ground safety, personal protection, fire prevention, use and storage of chemicals. Students are taught how to identify and use technical orders. Students will learn of the environmental impact of improper corrosion control practices. They will discuss the characteristics of metals. Additionally, students will learn the factors, types of corrosion, and the effects of corrosion on all aircraft structural surfaces. BLOCK II CORROSION REMOVAL AND SURFACE TREATMENT Cleaning methods are explained and taught according to technical orders. Students are taught treatment of metals, inspection techniques and corrosion removal procedures using mechanical and chemical methods. Additionally, students will discuss the correct procedures and methods of storage and disposal of chemicals. BLOCK III APPLICATION OF COATINGS Students will learn about the compatibility and composition of coatings. They will practice the care and correct usage of painting equipment along with the latest painting techniques. Finally, according to technical order procedures students will apply polyurethane coating on training parts.

COUNTERDRUG INFO ANALYST - MASL : B129202

Basic intelligence duties and responsibilities in tactical intelligence; intelligence preparation of the battlefield; internal defense and development; security of operations; analysis techniques; operate in a joint intelligence center; mandated minimum of 12 hours of instruction on human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

COUNTERDRUG OPS-SPANISH - MASL : B121427

Comprehensive and specialized training in counterdrug interdiction opeartions at the detachment, platoon, and company level; emphasizes staff planning and command and control during effective execution of counterdrug opeartions against realistic targets and objectives; advanced marksmanship with both rifle and pistol; precision operations in urban environments; riverine operations; development of intelligence packets in support of counterdrug operations; intelligence preparation of the area of operations; physical fitness; unarmed restraining and disarming techniques; explosive and ballistic building entry techniques; land navigation; communications; staff organization and planning; special infiltration and exfiltration techniques; clandestine airfield interdiction techniques; drug laboratory destruction and safety considerations; evidence handling; treatment and handling of suspects; tactical patrolling operations; leadership; planning; command and control in urban or rural permissive counterdrug environment; Minimum 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.

COUNTRY LIAISON OFFICER - MASL : D172004

Person from a host country that is attached to a command to assist with administrative details for international students from the CLOs country.

COUNTRY LIAISON OFF-SPANIS - MASL : B179110

This MASL is used when training is programmed for liaison officer.

COXSWAIN COURSE - MASL : P145368

This course provides advanced coxswain training for personnel requiring initial or refresher training. Specific areas of instruction include duties and responsibilities of a coxswain, construction and design features of the 41-foot utility boat, twin-screw boat handling, advanced navigational techniques [including the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) and radar], execution of search patterns, fire fighting, dewatering, towing, engineering casualty drills, and basic non-standard boat operations (twin outboard).

Prerequisites: Completion of either Boatswain s Mate A (P145296) or Crewman, Small Boat (P124400).

CPO ACADEMY - COGARD - MASL : P171302

This course teaches management of organizational behavior, management principles, leadership, personal and physical development, written and oral communications, interpersonal relationships, teambuilding, and human resource development. This course is required before USCG E-7s can be promoted to E-8. Students typically have 12-14 years service including positions with supervisory experience. Classroom instructional methods include lectures, discussion, role-playing, case studies, and problem solving.

CREW RESOURCE MGMT INSTRUC - MASL : P115025

CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

The Crew Resource Management (CRM) Instructor Course provides the Required knowledge and skills for selected mission qualified flight crew Members (O-3 and E-6 or above) to function as CRM curriculum model Managers. The course includes training in the implementation, instruction, and development of type/model/series specific CRM programs and is designed to satisfy OPNAVINST 1542.7 requirements. Scope: Basic instruction includes CRM history, seven critical skills, CRM methodology, computer aided curriculum development, contract administration, CRM instruction and evaluation, case study and scenario development, facilitation, instructional techniques, program management and administration, fatigue countermeasures, and OPNAVINST 1542.7 (Series).

PRE-REQ INFO: It is proposed that students be mission qualified flight crew members (O-3 and E-6 or above) and have at least 18 months remaining on current PCS tour upon completion of the course.

CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION - MASL : B173580

Trains enlisted personnel to the level of probationary CID special agents in the subjects of criminal law, crime scene processing, testimonial evidence, investigations of crimes against persons and property, physical evidence, drug investigation, fraud and waste, investigative reports, special investigative techniques, protective services, and the provisions of CIDR 195-1.Trains enlisted personnel to the level of probationary CID special agents in the subjects of criminal law, crime scene processing, testimonial evidence, investigations of crimes against persons and property, physical evidence, drug investigation, fraud and waste, investigative reports, special investigative techniques, protective services, and the provisions of CIDR 195-1.

CRITICAL CARE AIR TRANSP - MASL : D175141

The Critical Care Air Transport Team Course is a 10 day course which is designed to prepare AD, ANG or AFRES commissioned officers and enlisted personnel performing duty in AFSC 46XX, 45XX, 44XX, and 4H0X1 and assigned to Critical Care Air Transport Team Unit Type Codes to meet wartime mission of caring for critically ill and injured patients in the romedical evacuation environment.

CRITICAL CARE NURSING - MASL : B175310

Major areas of instruction include Fundamentals of Critical Care to include the aspects of nursing in the following areas: respiratory, basic cardiovascular, advanced cardiovascular, acute renal failure, hepatic disorders, hematology/oncology, neurological and endocrine, trauma management, pediatrics, infectious disease, OB/GYN and genitourinary, eye, ear, nose and throat, musculoskeletal, environmental, integumentary, psychological/psychiatric, and core emergency care across the life span in any critical care setting. Portions of this course are jointly instructed with the 6F-F6 Emergency Nursing Course. The courses run concurrently and are jointly resourced.

CRITICAL CARE NURSING - MASL : B175305

Course instruction is presented through lectures, conferences, discussion, practical exercises, examinations, and clinical practicum. Major areas of instruction include fundamentals of Critical Care to include the aspects of nursing in the following areas: respiratory, basic cardiovascular, advanced cardiovascular, acute renal failure, hepatic disorders, hematology/oncology, neurological and endocrine, trauma management, pediatrics, infectious disease, OB/GYN and genitourinary, eye, ear, nose and throat, musculoskeletal, environmental, integumentary, psychological/psychiatric, and core emergency care across the life span in any critical care setting. Portions of this course are jointly instructed with the 6F-F6 Emergency Nursing Course at BrookeAMC. The courses (6F-F5 and 6F-F6) run concurrently and are jointly resourced.Course instruction is presented through lectures, conferences, discussion, practical exercises, examinations, and clinical practicum. Major areas of instruction include fundamentals of Critical Care to include the aspects of nursing in the following areas: respiratory, basic cardiovascular, advanced cardiovascular, acute renal failure, hepatic disorders, hematology/oncology, neurological and endocrine, trauma management, pediatrics, infectious disease, OB/GYN and genitourinary, eye, ear, nose and throat, musculoskeletal, environmental, integumentary, psychological/psychiatric, and core emergency care across the life span in any critical care setting. Portions of this course are jointly instructed with the 6F-F6 Emergency Nursing Course at BrookeAMC. The courses (6F-F5 and 6F-F6) run concurrently and are jointly resourced.

CS-A-SCHOOL - MASL : P163611

CULINARY SPECIALIST "A" SCHOOL

To provide initial food service training to MS A School students in an environment conducive to learning the principals and basic of the Navy elite rating. In carrying out these duties, we

shall ensure each student is properly trained and equipped with the necessary skills to accomplish any task at the entry level of this rate. In addition to basic food service training, our students will receive instruction on the ten core topics of Naval Military Training to ensure full compliance of all military regulations and policies. The MS A school instructors have been hand picked for this tremendous undertaking of training future stars and are the best the Navy has to offer. In accomplishing our mission, we will always model the desired behavior as we strive to produce top notch sailors who are ready to face the many challenges the Navy has to offer.

The majoir emphasis of this course is placed on the use of the Armed Forces Recipe Service and includes recipe conversion, food service organization, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program, nutrition, cooking, baking, and customer service skills.

CSCDEP INIT RESIDENT SMNR - MASL : P171850

COMMAND & STAFF DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM, INITIAL RESIDENT SEMINAR

The is the initial resident portion of the 1-year program. Other MASL s required: P471850 and P171851.

The intent of the CSCDEP program is to provide officers with an understanding of the relationship among the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war within a joint/multinational environment. In conjunction with the application of Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) doctrine and techniques for the changing conditions of warfare, this understanding provides officers with the tools necessary to defeat opponents. The focus of the program is to develop officers who understand the capabilities and potential roles of a MAGTF in a joint/miltinational environment.

Theory and Nature of War (8901): This course introduces students to important military theory and describes its impact on how we conduct war. The student will read selected works of historys greatest military theorists and then compare and contrast their theories. By applying these theories to selected eras and events in military history, students will be able to analyze the evolution of warfare from the 17th century to the present, and recognize and describe the nature of change in the characteristics of war in selected time frames. This course also discusses the concept of an "American way of war" and how it helped frame how Marines think about and conduct war.

National and International Security Studies (8902): This course imparts in students the requisite knowledge of the national security structure expected of field grade officers operating in a joint environment. Officers at this level can expect assignments that require not only knowledge of the national security environment, but the ability to synthesize that knowledge (the means) in order to develop and convey strategies (the ways), which lead to the accomplishment of complex tasks (the ends). The Theory and Nature of War course provided the foundation for this course, while the Operational Level of War course will utilize what is learned here to facilitate a better understanding of the application of the military instrument of national power.

PREREQ: Offered to Officers O-4 and above, active and reserve, civilians employed by DOD GS-12 and above, and approved IMS.

TOTAL COURSE DURATION: 1 year.

Graduation: The graduation ceremony for this program is conducted in conjunction with the resident Command and Staff College graduation ceremonies. Each student from both the resident school and this program will have their diplomas presented by the distinguished guest, the Director of the college, and the President of the Marine Corps University.

CSCDEP ON-LINE SEMINAR - MASL : P471850

COMMAND & STAFF DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAM, NON-RESIDENT SEMINAR

The is the ON-LINE portion (or Non-Resident) of the one-year program. Other MASL s required: P171850 and P171851.

The intent of the CSCDEP program is to provide officers with an understanding of the relationship among the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war within a joint/multinational environment. In conjunction with the application of Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) doctrine and techniques for the changing conditions of warfare, this understanding provides officers with the tools necessary to defeat opponents. The focus of the program is to develop officers who understand the capabilities and potential roles of a MAGTF in a joint/miltinational environment.

Operational Art (8903): Operational Art focuses on the analysis of strategic guidance provided by the President and Secretary of Defense and on the translation of that guidance into operational direction in the form of a campaign plan designed to achieve military objectives. The course examines the concept of operational (theater level) warfare and the relationship among the three levels of war: strategic, operational, and tactical. It explores the organization of joint forces, other Service warfare, information operations, and cultures affect on operations. Lastly, it examines, the considerations associated with operational planning in a joint/multinational environment and war termination.

Joint Warfighting (8904): Joint Warfighting is primarily designed to give you a more robust knowledge of componency, joint planning systems and tools, joint operational capabilities, joint targeting, specialized joint operations, multinational operations, and your potential role in homeland security/defense in coordination with the interagency community. This course focuses on promoting sound operational planning which relies upon a firm grasp of the types of joint planning tools, forces, and specialized operations taught in this course.

Small Wars (8905): Small Wars discusses the aspects of military operations that focus on deterring war and promoting peace and stability in an environment characterized by other than large-scale combat operations. It offers study in culture and ethics and focuses on those very difficult aspects of stability and reconstruction operations. Insurgency and counterinsurgency are also key topics within the course. Small Wars explores how the U.S. becomes involved in entangling situations then must use all elements of national power to accomplish national goals and aspirations. This course provides a foundation on which to assess a situation, decide whether military response is appropriate, and justify the validity of that decision.

PREREQ: Offered to Officers O-4 and above, active and reserve, civilians employed by DOD GS-12 and above, and approved IMS.

DURATION TOTAL OF ALL THREE SEMINARS: One year.

CT-COMBATING TERROR/DEMOC - MASL : P179018

LODGING NOT INCLUDED IN FY07 TUITION PRICE.

EFFECTIVE 01 APR 06 BUT ONLY UNTIL 09/30/06): THE TUITION FOR THIS COURSE INCLUDES LODGING COSTS AT LOCAL HOTEL. COSTS WILL BE PAID BY SCHOOLHOUSE VS. STUDENTS. STUDENTS RECEIVING LIVING ALLOWANCE SHOULD RECEIVE MEALS AND INCIDENTALS ALLOWANCE ONLY. COUNTRIES PAYING THEIR STUDENTS LIVING ALLOWANCE CAN FOLLOW THE SAME GUIDELINES

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) conducts a two-week Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program (CT Fellowship) course entitled Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism. Programs for global audiences will be conducted in Monterey, CA. 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. The Monterey program is conducted annually in April.

Participating countries are identified by Regional Combatant Commanders and issued invitations by the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Within each participating country, an even balance of military officers and civilian officials will be ideal. Seniority will vary with the size of a countrys defense forces, but the course will resonate best with mid-senior grade officials involved in combating terrorism. The Civil-Military Responses to Terrorism course will be offered in residence at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, once a year. A second course can be scheduled depending on demand.

Contact Information: Approval for individual course proprosals rests with ASD (SO/LIC), 703-696-7182). Execution of RDCTF funding has been delegated to DSCA (703-601-3719). Program Manager - 831-656-3832.

Overseas versions of this course can be delivered to single countries by Mobile Education Teams under MASL#P309069, or to regional groupings of countries under the MASL#P273011. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

EFFECTIVE 01 APR 06: THE TUITIION FOR THIS COURSE INCLUDES LODGING COSTS AT LOCAL HOTEL. COSTS WILL BE PAID BY THE SCHOOLHOUSE VS. STUDENTS. STUDENTS RECEIVING LIVING ALLOWANCE SHOULD RECEIVE MEALS AND INCIDENTALS ALLOWANCE ONLY. COUNTRIES PAYING THEIR STUDENTS LIVING ALLOWANCE CAN FOLLOW THE SAME GUIDELINES.

CTM ATT (SELF-PACED-AEC) - MASL : P139473

CTM APPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING

The Apprentice Technical Training course will offer entry-level training for the CTM 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.

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.

CTT 6YO ATT (SELF-PACED) - MASL : P137106

CTT 6YO STS APPRENTICE TECHNICAL TRAINING

The Apprentice Technical Training course will offer entry-level training for the CTT 6YO 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.

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.

CUSTOMIZ COMPREH MISSILE - MASL : P193142

CUSTOMIZABLE COMPREHENSIVE MISSILE TRAINING

This course will provide EOD procedures on approved missile systems using the current 60 series publications on the following missiles: AMRAAM, Dragon, HARM, Harpoon, Hawk, Hellfire, Javelin, Maverick, Patriot, Phoenix, Penguin, Redeye, Roland, Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM), Sea Sparrow, Shrike, Sparrow, Sidewinder, Slam, Snapper, Standard, Standard-ARM, Stinger, Tartar, Terrier, Tomahawk, TOW

Prerequisite is successful completion of International EOD Phase 2 (Surface), CIN: A-431-0019, MASL: P123300 within the preceding five years. Length of course is nine (9) days.



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