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2008 Foreign Military Training: V. Course Descriptions--Part 2


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Bureau of Political-Military Affairs
January 31, 2008

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DAMAGE CONTROL, SM CUTTER - MASL : P129700

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

Prerequisites: Completion of Damage Control A (P122209).

DAMAGECONTROLMAN "A" - MASL : P122209

This course teaches enlisted personnel to perform at the job entry level in the Damage Controlman rating. Subjects taught include woodworking, woodworking power tools, building maintenance, pipe fitting, residential electricity, ground tackle, sanitary systems, oxyfuel cutting, silver brazing, arc welding, fire fighting, damage control, plumbing, watertight fitting maintenance, masonry, and chemical, biological and radiological defense.

SPECIAL NOTES: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P129700, "DAM CONTRL & FIREFIGHT TEAM"; AND P145421, "WELDING STEEL"

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

DAMCONT REPAIR PARTY LDR - MASL : P166235

This course is designed to train personnel in paygrades E-5 and above in advanced damage control theory and techniques so that they may fill Repair Party Leader Billets in the shipboard damage control organization, to facilitate the proper management of repair party personnel in casualty situations under all shipboard readiness conditions. A two part, multi-phased course incorporating group-paced classroom with practical hands-on instruction in simulators. Part I, Damage Control fundamentals/systems include: Partial preliminary actions to be taken before damage occurs. Minimize and localize damage after it occurs. Accomplish emergency repairs to control fires and flooding and to preserve ship s stability and buoyancy. Part II, Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Defense include: Both technical aspects and practical applications of chemical and biological defense (i.e., individual protective clothing and equipment, shipboard decontamination and chemical agent detection). Instruction in nuclear defense includes terms and effects, countermeasures, hazards and responses, dose and dose rate instruments, personnel monitoring, shipboard surveys and radiological plotting.

PREREQUISTES: Complete the Personnel Qualification Standards for: Basic Damage Control, NAVEDTRA 43119-G (series) and Advanced Damage Control Emergency Parties 100 and 200 sections, NAVEDTRA 43119-G (series). Medical screening by parent command is required prior to arrival to ensure individuals are medically qualified to participate in the course. Orders must be stamped or typed with "Medically Qualified". An individual will be immediately disqualified if he/she: 1. Has had in the last ten days or is currently being treated for pneumonia, bronchitis, or asthma. 2. Has any fractures, sprains, splints, or casts. 3. Is greater than three months pregnant. The following conditions require evaluation by a corpsman and decision rendered regarding training suitability prior to an individual s participation: 1. History of heart disease or stress related chest pain. 2. Current nasal congestion or an ear, nose, or throat infection. 3. Within ten days of post operative procedure (minor surgery). 4. Taking any medications. 5. On limited/light duty or had a tooth extraction within the last seventy-two hours. 6. History of prior heat exhaustion or heat stroke. 7. Any other condition which may affect ability to complete the course. 8. Unable to participate in or complete the PRT. This course is open to all rates.

DATA LINK COMM SYS MT TECH - MASL : P139600

DATA LINK COMM SYS MT TECH

To train selected Electronics Technicians (ET) in paygrades E1-E7 to operate, perform corrective maintenance, and selected preventive maintenance on the equipments and systems associated with CDS Data Links 4A, 11, and 16 including Joint Tactical Information Distribution Systems (JTIDS) and Command and Control Processor (C2P) and Shipboard Gridlock System.

Notes: Student must possess normal color vision.

DATA SERVICES - MASL : D305035

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.

DECISION RISK ANALYSIS - MASL : B151805

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the qualitative and quantitative methodologies which can be applied in conducting and decision analysis of a project or program. Practical experience is gained through the use of actual case studies which have been adapted for instructional purposes. Specific subjects include probability theory, distributions, and random variables; data collection and preliminary analysis; modern decision theory and software; and integrative practice through small group workshops based on actual case studies. (Note that the current 1-week course is roughly equivalent to the first week of ALMC's former 2-week Decision Risk Analysis Course, DRAC, formerly ALMC-DA.)

DEF ACQUISITION MGMT - MASL : P159200

PRINCIPLES OF DEFENSE ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT RESIDENT COURSE

This resident course taught at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA provides the student with an understanding of the underlying concepts, fundamentals and philosophies of the defense acquisition management process and the practical application of the program management methods within this process to achieve international security goals. The course addresses management characteristics and competencies, control policies and techniques, systems analysis methods, risk management, and functional area concerns. Techniques for interpersonal relationships are examined in team exercise settings. Topics include the evolution and current state of defense acquisition policies and management practices in a defense environment characterized by civilian control of the military; the systems acquisition life cycle; strategic planning and implementation; business and financial management; user producer acquisition management disciplines and activities; contracting and purchasing; logistics; and program planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling. Case studies are used to analyze various acquisition issues. The course is taught in English (the ECL score of 80 is waiveable). This course is suitable for military officers (grades O-4 - O-6) and civilian officials (GS-11 - GS-15 or equiv.) consisting of both U.S. and foreign military and civilian officials. Professional managers engaged in a broad range of acquisition fields such as policy development, contracting, program management, defense planning, production and quality assurance, logistics, and systems analysis are examples of potential attendees. This course is approved for E-IMET funding for civilian students. Class size is limited to 20 students. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures. Course Contact Information: Dr. Elisabeth Wright, Program Manager, IDARM (831) 656-2469; (540) 972-9184, ewright@nps.edu; Kathleen Peggar, IDARM (831) 656-2049, klpeggar@nps.edu.

DEF RES MGT CRS - MASL : P162002

The DRMC course applies basic concepts, techniques, and analysis to enhance the understanding, competence, and capabilities of U.S. and foreign military and civilian personnel in the allocation and use of scarce resources. Within the specified eligibility, the course is suitable for professional managers working in any functional field concerned with resource allocation. This could include a broad spectrum of fields (including operations, logistics, manpower, procurement, financial management, and related fields), and a wide range of professionals (for example, program managers, planners, engineers, evaluators, and systems analysts). In addition to the general objectives for all DRMI programs, this course is designed to apply the basic concepts and techniques of allocation and use of scarce resources to illustrations of: analysis and evaluation of programs and policies; and evolution and design of U.S. defense management systems. The course emphasizes the decision makers broad perspective, which requires appreciation of the capabilities and limitations of a wide range of analytic concepts and systems, and awareness of the critical interdependence between and among such tools and specific decision making environments.

RANK REQUIREMENTS: MAJOR AND ABOVE

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

NOTE: COURSE CONVENES FIVE TIMES A YEAR. STUDENTS SHOULD REPORT NO EARLIER THAN 2 DAYS BEFORE CLASS CONVENE DATE. LIVING ALLOWANCE FOR IMET STUDENTS IS PAID DURING LAST WEEK.

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

DEF TECH & SYS-MS - MASL : P179039

DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEMS COURSE. Provides qualified personnel with an advanced understanding of the dynamic complexity of military warfare for exploiting emerging technologies to achieve war-fighting advantages. The joint curriculum provides a platform for the education and the integration of operational staff and defense technologists to plan, design, develop, create, operate and sustain Integrated Military Forces of the 21st Century.

The first two quarters of the joint curriculum will be conducted at National University of Singapore by faculty from NUS and NPS, and will provide a firm grounding in key technical and project management skills. The third to sixth quarters will be conducted at NPS, where the students will enter into designated specialization tracks such as Communication Systems, Sensor Systems, Operations Research, Information Assurance and Guided Weapons Systems. The students will blend their perational experience with a thorough technical education to expeditiously integrate new technological capabilities into operational applications. Upon successful completion of the coursework, an integrated project, and thesis research, the student will be awarded a joint NPS/NUS Master of Science degree in the appropriate technical field, such as Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Operations Research.

NOTE: PREREQUISITE INFO: THIS IS A JOINT MASTERS DEGREE WITH THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE (NUS). THE FIRST TWO QUARTERS ARE TO BE COMPLETED IN RESIDENCE IN SINGAPORE AND ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE MASL.

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

DEI TRNG & CERT - MASL : P148352

DIESEL ENGINE INSPECTION (DEI) TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

To provide personnel in the Engineman Rating, paygrade E-7 and above, and Machinist Mate (SS) (Auxiliary) paygrade E-7 and above with training and certification to perform Standardized Diesel Engine Inspections on various Diesel Engines used for Marine Propulsion or Diesel Generator Service above 400 BHP.

Course graduates will be able to analyze, interpret, troubleshoot and provide corrective action, orally and in writing on Diesel Administrative support programs; Diesel Engine Components and System Faults or Malfunctions using applicable technical references, logs, records, TYCOM instructions, special tools and instruments. Interpret readings from logs and records to identify or pinpoint potential problem areas. Inspect, measure and interpret dimensions of engine stationary and moving components to determine serviceability. Describe common faults, inspect, interpret and determine serviceability of the following systems: Fuel oil, Lube oil, Cooling water, Intake air, Crankcase ventilation, Exhaust and Starting systems. Analyze, interpret and provide corrective actions on internal and external alignment problems. Describe pre-start and post-start checks and inspections, system and component flushing procedures and instrumentation and safety devices common faults and adjustments. Describe Diesel Engine failure analysis procedures and techniques to analyze various engine components.

DEI TRNG & CERT - MASL : P148384

DIESEL ENGINE INSPECTOR TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION (DEI)

To provide personnel in the Engineman Rating, paygrade E-7 and above, and Machinist Mate (SS) (Auxiliary) paygrade E-7 and above with training and certification to perform Standardized Diesel Engine Inspections on various Diesel Engines used for Marine Propulsion or Diesel Generator Service above 400 BHP.

SCOPE: Course graduates will be able to analyze, interpret, troubleshoot and provide corrective action, orally and in writing on Diesel Administrative support programs; Diesel Engine Components and System Faults or Malfunctions using applicable technical references, logs, records, TYCOM instructions, special tools and instruments. Interpret readings from logs and records to identify or pinpoint potential problem areas. Inspect, measure and interpret dimensions of engine stationary and moving components to determine serviceability. Describe common faults, inspect, interpret and determine serviceability of the following systems: Fuel oil, Lube oil, Cooling water, Intake air, Crankcase ventilation, Exhaust and Starting systems. Analyze, interpret and provide corrective actions on internal and external alignment problems. Describe pre-start and post-start checks and inspections, system and component flushing procedures and instrumentation and safety devices common faults and adjustments. Describe Diesel Engine failure analysis procedures and techniques to analyze various engine components.

Prerequisites: International Military Students are required to complete the prerequisite course: (MASL P145453) A-652-0320, Diesel Eng C Core and it is highly recommended that they attend the Caterpillar 6.25 Diesel Engine Course (MASL P145171) taught by U.S. Coast Guard at TRACEN Yorktown. International Military Students are required to complete a pre-test within the first 2-3 days of training.

DENTAL LABORATORY SPECL - MASL : D175038

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

DENTAL SPEC - MASL : D175026

Provides training for personnel to accomplish duties and responsibilities required to assist in basic dental treatment procedures: oral and dental anatomy; material; infection control procedures; sterilization and disinfection of instruments; dental health procedures; radiology to include safety and radiographic techniques; care of dental instruments and equipment; dental administrative procedures; restorative, specialty, and surgical dentistry; patient motivation; and assisting the dental officer. Graduates of this course will be awarded the 4Y031 AFSC and will be eligible for CCAF hours. Three days of this course consist of Basic Medical Readiness.

DENTAL SPECIALIST - MASL : B175231

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

DEPT HEAD LEADERSHIP CRS - MASL : P171040

DEPARTMENT HEAD LEADERSHIP COURSE

PURPOSE: THE PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE IS TO PROVIDE PROSPECTIVE DEPARTMENT HEADS WITH THE REQUISITE NAVAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS NECESSARY TO FUNCTION AS EFFECTIVE LEADERS AS A DEPARTMENT HEAD.

SCOPE: THE DEPARTMENT HEAD LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CONSISTS OF TWO SUBSECTIONS. THE FIRST SUBSECTION IS THE CLASSROOM ATTENDANCE OF THE DEPARTMENT HEAD LEADERSHIP COURSE. THE SECOND SUBSECTION IS RECOMMENDED E-LEARNING COURSES TO SUPPORT THE DEPARTMENT HEAD LEADERSHIP PROGRAM AND THE COURSE. THE DEPARTMENT HEAD LEADERSHIP COURSE (DHLC) SUPPORTS SAILORS, O1 AND ABOVE, EN ROUTE TO A DEPARTMENT HEAD ASSIGNMENT. THE NAVY LEADERSHIP COMPETENCY MODEL (NLCM) ASSIGNS THE FOLLOWING COMPETENCIES TO THE DEPARTMENT HEAD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: ACCOMPLISHING MISSION, LEADING PEOPLE, LEADING CHANGE, WORKING WITH PEOPLE AND RESOURCE STEWARDSHIP. STUDENTS WILL BE APPLYING LEADERSHIP SKILL SETS BASED ON THE CONTENT DERIVED FROM THE NLCM. STUDENTS MAY NOT RETURN TO PARENT COMMAND FOR DUTY OR WATCH STANDING IAW NAVADMIN 033/06. ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ESTABLISH AN NKO ACCOUNT AT LEAST 14 DAYS PRIOR TO DESIRED CLASS CONVENING.

DEPT RESOURCE MGT-SPANISH - MASL : B169355

Resource management concepts; principals; methods; techniques; systems analysis; and decision making skills; culminating with a practical, hands-on resource management case study; economic reasoning; management theory and group dynamics; quantitative reasoning; strategy/policy formulation; analytical decision making; and program analysis, implementation, execution, and control; additional instruction for each student integrates a mandated minimum of eight hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the rule of the military in a democratic society.

DESERT SURVIVAL TRAINING - MASL : P117406

Totrain Naval aircrewmen in the proper procedures and techniques for survival evasion in the desert.

Prereq Info: Prior survival training.

DIAG MGMT ORAL TRAUMA - MASL : P175679

DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF DENTAL AND ORAL-FACIAL TRAUMA

To update skills directed at the general dentist. This course is designed for the dental officer who wishes to increase knowledge and expertise in treating the patient with dental and associated oral facial trauma. Various situations and injuries the general dentist is likely to encounter in a military career will be addressed. Scope: Course will include initial evaluation and stabilization of the patient, tooth borne trauma,soft tissue and hard tissue trauma of the head and neck. The didactic lectures will be augmented with hands-on laboratory sessions where the participant will have the opportunity to practice techniques to enhance confidence with these newly learned methods.

DIESEL ENG C SCHOOL CORE - MASL : P145453

Provides training to designated strikers and personnel in the Engineman rating, paygrade E-3 and above, Machinist Mate (SS), paygrade E-5 and above, and Construction Mechanic, paygrade E-5 and above, prior to attending training on specific diesel engines. Enables students to interpret readings to solve crankshaft deflections and shaft alignment problems; test/inspect lubricating oil/fuel oil; test and treat Jacket water cooling systems; measure running clearances and other dimensions of Roots-type blowers, turbochargers and power unit assemblies; identify and correct problems related to main and accessory drive trains of diesel engines; use 3-M system documents and technical manuals to perform PMS on mechanical/hydraulic governors, diesel engines and related equipment; analyze trend analysis data to correct abnormal operating conditions of diesel engines; observe and adhere to safety precautions and equipment protection procedures when operating and maintaining diesel engines; perform engineroom supervisor watchstanding.

Prerequisites: Required minimum of two years fleet experience due to level of instruction and RATE=EN or RATE=MM or RATE=CM and graduate of COURSE A-652-0018 ENGINEMAN "A" or BECC A-651-0125 or COURSE A-610-0022 CM-A-USN or COURSE A-651-0053 MM CLASS "A" 4YO or BECC A-651-0125

DIESEL ENG CATERPILLAR3400 - MASL : P143001

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

Prerequisite: Completion of Machinery Technician A (P122219) or equivalent experience.

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

DIGITAL MULTIMEDIA COURSE - MASL : B164581

To train selected officer/enlisted personnel and civilian employees of the Department of Defense in the principles, techniques, and skills required to perform the duties and functions of a digital multimedia technican. The Digital Multimedia Course (DMC) provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to create text, graphics, sound, animation and full-motion video, then integrate these elements into multimedia and web-based packages. The course includes instruction in the operation of computer systems, input and output devices to acquire, enhance, design, manage, output, and archive digital imaging, graph design and multimedia files. Students use software to create, manage and output the following: composite layouts, graphic designs, page layouts, video productions, web pages and interactive multimedia solutions. The Digital Multimedia Course also includes theoretical and working instruction of computer fundamentals and functions, troubleshooting, networking, communications, color theory, and the priciples and implementation of color management. Ethical considerations and practices are discussed as they pertain to the Department of Defense.

DISAM-MTT - MASL : D305024

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.

DISASTER PLANNING MET - MASL : D309041

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.

DISASTER PREP OPS SPEC - MASL : P173437

Provides officers, civilians and enlisted personnel having responsibility for disaster preparedness with the skills necessary to prepare for, defend against, and recover from major accidents and natural or man-made disasters.

DIST PLANT/COND/HEAT EXCH - MASL : P145276

Trains personnel to perform preventive and corrective maintenance on Distilling Plants, Condensers and Heat Exchanger. Scope: This course requires students to perform maintenance on Distilling Plants, Condensers, and Heat Exchangers in a laboratory environment. In addition, students will describe terminology, service use, material specifications, operating characteristics, equipment adjustments, and identification (name plate data) per applicable technical references.

Learning Center: #12 - CENNAVENGINEERING

DISTILLING PLANT OPERATOR - MASL : P145724

DISTILLING PLANT OPERATOR

To provide training to shipboard (engineering) personnel with the knowledge and practical skills to operate a flash type distilling unit.

Classroom instruction in distillation process, types of distilling plants, feedwater treatment, chemical and mechanic cleaning, and safety precautions (19 hours). Laboratory instruction is hands-on training in distilling plant startup, operation, troubleshooting, and securing (5 hours).

DIVER EXPLOSIVE ORD DISP - MASL : P179190

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

DIVER FIRST CLASS - MASL : P179011

Trains Divers Second Class to become Divers First Class, proficient in all areas of diving, hyperbaric chamber operations and underwater permanent repairs. Includes advanced diving physics and medicine, diving supervisor training, diving systems certification and hazmat storage, handling and disposal.

"Provides prerequisite knowledge and skills needed to be assigned as a member to a surface-supplied mixed-gas diving station."

PREREQUISITE: P179101 / DIVER SECOND CLASS will not be waived.

DIVER SCUBA - MASL : P179125

Toprovide instruction in the operational use and maintenance of open circuit SCUBA and associated diving techniques.

SCOPE: Instruction includes diving physics and medicine, basic scuba diving procedures, underwater search procedures and underwater work with open circuit SCUBA. Qualified to a maximum depth of 130 feet.

SPECIAL INFO: Report one working day prior to the convening date for administrative processing. Be prepared to participate in daily strenuous exercise for about one hour. This includes three-mile runs, 1000 yard swims and numerous calisthenics. The screening test in Exhibit 5 of MILPERSMAN 1410380 establishes the MINIMUM PHYSICAL STANDARD. This test will be given again on the first day and anyone who fails is not eligible to attend the course. Bring a good pair of running shoes and one pair of steel-toed boots. Students cannot be pregnant. Physical examination forms SF88 and SF93 should be forwarded to NAVDIVESALVTRACEN 45 days before the class convening date for review. A point of contact name should accompany each physical.

DIVER SECOND CLASS - MASL : P179101

This course is a pre-requisite for P179011.

Provides basic instruction, training and qualification in Surface Supplied Air diving equipment to a maximum depth of 190 ft and SCUBA to a maximum depth of 130 ft. Includes diving physics, medicine, SCUBA, Surface Supplied diving systems (Mk.21 and Mk.20), diving techniques and procedures, underwater mechanics and tools. This course is a pre-requisite for P179011/Diver First Class, and P719149/Diving Salvage Officer.

DIVING OFF MEDICAL DEPT - MASL : P175503

This course is an integral part of the Naval Undersea Medical Officer course (A6A-2200). The course provides training necessary to: - support fleet diving operations - diagnose and treat diving related illness/injury - support hyperbaric chamber operations - evaluate fitness for diving duty - qualify in Scuba and surface-supplied air diving. The course as designed will provide hyperbaric chamber, open circuit Scuba and surface-supplied air diving qualification. It will provide training in diving physics, decompression procedures, diving medicine, Scuba, air and mixed-gas diving. PREREQUISTE: Must pass the prerequisite physical screening test as found in MILPERSMAN 1220-100. Test will be administered the second day of training. Open to Medical Officers and Physician Assistants (PAs) providing operational support.

DLA SA/FMS MANAGEMENT CRS - MASL : B151925

Description:

This 2-day course is designed to train personnel in the following areas:

Inventory Control Points (ICP)

Defense Distribution Centers (DDDs)

Transportation

Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA)

Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS)

Defense Logistics Information Service (DLIS)

Selected Military Service participants

Participants will learn how to execute the DLA FMS mission and interface/support the foreign customer. The course covers the DLA procedures and policies for initial, as well as follow-on, support and delivery of FMS items to the foreign customer. Areas of coverage as they pertain to SA/FMS are:

Policies, laws, and regulations

DLA SA Program Overview

FMS Requisition Processing

International Logistics Program

Waivers/Special Support Arrangements and Country/Case Suspensions

Requirements Determinations

Supply Discrepancy Report Procedures

DLA Depot Policies and Directives

FMS Warehouse Procedures

FMS Transportation Policies and Procedures

DCMA, DESC, DRMS, and DLIS operations in support of FMS

DLI ENGLISH LANGUAGE TECH - MASL : D307011

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.

DRILL INSTRUCTOR USMC - MASL : P166801

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

Note: Marine Corps Recruit Depot/Eastern Recruiting Region Parris Island SC web site - http://www.mcrdpi.usmc.mil/di_main.htm is where students can obtain welcome information about the school to include recommended Physical Training Program and administrative information.

DRILL INSTRUCTOR USMC - MASL : P166802

DRILL INSTRUCTOR USMC

DUNKER - ALL - MASL : B121138

This training includes hazards to aircraft and personnel during overwater operations; operation of safety and survival equipment requirements; pre-ditching and evacuation procedures. This course also provides the aircrew with the skills and knowledge to effectively use an Emergency Breathing Device (EBD) to egress a ditched aircraft and cope with the hazards that may be encountered with the use of a compressed air breathing device.

DUNKER - EN - MASL : B121139

Training includes hazards to aircraft and personnel during overwater operations; safety and survival equipment requirements; pre-ditching consideratins and provedures; and emergency ditching and evacuation procedures. This course also provides aircrew with the skills and knowledge required to effectively use the helicopter emergency egress device (HEEDS) to egress a ditched helicopter and cope with the hazards that may be encountered with the use of a helicopter emergency egress device.Training includes hazards to aircraft and personnel during overwater operations; safety and survival equipment requirements; pre-ditching consideratins and provedures; and emergency ditching and evacuation procedures. This course also provides aircrew with the skills and knowledge required to effectively use the helicopter emergency egress device (HEEDS) to egress a ditched helicopter and cope with the hazards that may be encountered with the use of a helicopter emergency egress device.

DVOT CONUS - MASL : B181000

This MASL is used when Distinguished Visitor Orientation Tour within United States (CONUS) is programmed.This MASL is used when Distinguished Visitor Orientation Tour within United States (CONUS) is programmed.

DYNAMICS OF INTL TERRORISM - MASL : D126012

Provides selected military personnel and US Government civilian employees with no previous formal training in counterterrorism or antiterrorism a basic awareness and appreciation of the motivation, organization, techniques, operational capabilities, and threat posed by terrorist groups on an international and regional basis. Students learn protective measures government personnel and their families can employ to minimize the threat while traveling or working abroad. Completion of this course meets requirements for Force Protection Level I training. GOAL: To provide students with knowledge and a basic level of awareness to the international terrorist threat. Students will also learn and understand available techniques to minimize their vulnerability to attack. TARGET AUDIENCE: Any military member or US Government civilian employee.

E2C GRP 2 CAT 1 R/PILOT - MASL : P112105

NOBC 8561 AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING PILOT TRAINING.

E2C OFT SIMULATOR TRAINING - MASL : P119322

Totrain newly assigned pilots or to provide refresher training for qualified E-2C Aviators in the proper operation, troubleshooting of the cockpit flight panel during simulated flight operations.

E2-C OPER FLT TRAINER - MASL : P119701

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

E-3 AIR SURV TECH INT QUAL - MASL : D117090

To train personnel meeting the course prerequisites to basic aircraft qualification (BAQ) status in the AST crew position on the E-3. Graduates receive an E-3 rating of BAQ IAW AFI 11-2E-3, Volume 1, E-3--Aircrew Training.

E-3 AIR WPNS OFF INIT QUAL - MASL : D117114

To train personnel meeting the course prerequisites to basic aircraft qualification (BAQ) status in the Air Weapons Officer crew position on the E-3. Graduates receive an E-3 rating of BAQ IAW AFI 11-2E3, Vol 1.

E-3 FLT ENG TRNG CRS - MASL : D117084

To train personnel meeting the course prerequisites to basic aircraft qualification (BAQ) status in the flight engineer crew position on the E-3. Graduates receive an E-3 rating of BAQ IAW AFI 11-2E-3, Vol 1.

E-3 OPERATOR INTRO CRS - MASL : D117136

This course is a prerequisite to entering into Mission Crew Commander (E3 UP/CTMCC), Air Surveillance Officer (E3 UP/CTASO) or Electronic Combat Officer (E3 UP/CTECO) upgrade training/cross training courses. Graduates will immediately upon graduation enter into one of the previous mentioned upgrade training/cross training courses.

E-3 PLT INIT QUAL TRNG CRS - MASL : D111016

To train personnel meeting the course prerequisites to basic aircraft qualification (BAQ) status in the pilot crew position on the E-3. Graduates receive an E-3 rating of BAQ IAW AFI 11-2E-3, Vol 1.

EA-C-SCH (ENGR AIDE) - MASL : P174073

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

SCOPE: 1. CONSTRUCTION DESIGN: Site planning and layout of Advanced Bases; structural, architectural, mechanical and electrical design of buildings. Advanced and supervisory instruction in the four major areas of the EA rating.

2. CONSTRUCTION SURVEYING: Fundamentals of Geodesy and Field Astronomy, preliminary and final location surveys, mathematical computations required for route, structural and utilities layout.

3. PLANNING, ESTIMATING AND SCHEDULING: Material, Labor and Equipment estimates with emphasis on construction scheduling, production control and management reporting of construction projects.

4. QUALITY CONTROL: Practical soils mechanics and tests for soils, concrete and bitumens as construction materials using laboratory and field equipment. Perform Quality Control inspections and reports on construction projects. Principles and techniques of Foremanship.

PREREQUISITES: All candidates must have credit in a course in trigonometry. Compliance with TRANSMAN Chapter 7 is mandatory.

EAR, NOSE & THROAT (ENT) SPECIALTY - MASL : B175262

Phase 2, 3 weeks Otolaryngology, 4 weeks Audiology, total: 7 weeks. To provide the student with skills to assist the otolaryngologist and audiologist in the diagnostic and therapeutic procedures such as diagnostic and audiometric testing; assisting physicians in minor surgical procedures; medical emergencies; history taking; ear, nose, and throat exminations.

ECOT - MASL : D155047

Effective with classes starting on the dates below, ECOT course length will be 22 days instead of 26 days. This is ONLY for those classes listed below: 18 Aug - 19 Sep 06, 26 Sep - 26 Oct 06, 6 Nov - 7 Dec 06, 8 Jan - 7 Feb 07, 27 Feb - 28 Mar 07 The course will revert back to a 26 day course after the last class graduates on 28 Mar 07.

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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. Shopping off-base is limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it, you will have access to it upon your return.

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This course provides training to personnel in AFSC 33SX, civilian 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 Officer. This course presents an introduction to basic communications doctine including the objective communications squadron, future outsourcing initiatives, emerging technologies and the roles of communications officers and organizations in the Air Force enterprise structure. In addition, this course provides an introduction to key communications officer roles in deployed communications, networking, enterprise operations, information operations, executive officer duties, space operations and overall view of warfighting integration.

EIPC INSTRUCTORS COURSE - MASL : P173400

ENHANCED INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING CAPABILITY A three to five EIPC recipient country officer team attending a two-week PSO instructors course. The instructors course will concentrate on curriculum development and teaching skills as well as methods for PSO education and training. General subject area will include PSO doctrine, education and training methodologies, and curriculum development. In addition to the common training, CCMR will work with each country group of officers separately to refine their own PSO curriculum and prepare them to help deliver the Phase II material. The goal of Phase II is to produce highly skilled PSO trainers who have been introduced to a variety of training and educational methods and have a good group of PSO doctrine. The course is taught in English. Delegations that include marginal English speakers can be accommodated with advance notification. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

ELEC AUTO BOILER CTR MAINT - MASL : P145262

ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC BOILER CONTROLS MAINTENANCE

Purpose: To provide technicians in the MM rating (E-4 thru E-9), officers, and civilians, with the knowledge and skills required to maintain and troubleshoot the Main Propulsion Electronic Automatic Boiler Controls onboard Naval vessels.

ELEC AUTO BOILER CTR OP - MASL : P145263

ELECTRONIC AUTOMATIC BOILER CONTROLS CONSOLE OPERATOR

Purpose: To train MM Technicians, officers, and civilians, in the safe operation of the Electronic Automatic Boiler Control Console onboard Naval vessels.

Prerequisite: Highly recommended MM s, who are qualified for messenger, burner man, lower level, upper level and working towards console operator watch stations and has Electronic Automatic Boiler Control Systems onboard their Navy Ship. Officers and civilians possessing boiler operator skills whose duties require formal Electronic Automatic Boiler Control System Console operator training may attend this training.

ELEC PWR PRODUCTION SPECL - MASL : D148025

Provides knowledge and skills needed to perform as an Electrical Power Production Apprentice. The scope of training includes: Use of technical orders; American Heart Association adult CPR; Use of hand tools and electrical test equipment; career field contingency responsibilities and equipment; Inspection and maintenance of aircraft arresting systems to include the MAAS and lightweight fairlead beam; direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) electrical principles, and electronic fundamentals; generator grounding fundamentals; generator alternator and exciter principles and operation; gasoline and diesel engine fundamentals to include lubrication, fuel, intake, exhaust, governor, and cooling systems; battery and battery charger principles and operation; generator set pre/post operational inspections and loadbank testing; reading and interpreting wiring diagrams to locate and correct electrical faults; automatic transfer panel principles and troubleshooting; engine governor adjustments; electrical protective devices principles and inspection; contingency powerplant operation, inspection, maintenance, and testing.

ELECTRICAL ENGR/GRAD - MASL : D178015

Provides a student who has a background in electrical engineering with the knowledge of optics and laser technology necessary for work in the field of electro-optics. The program is under the joint supervision of the Departments of Engineering Physics and Electrical and Computer Engineering. In general, students entering this program will have completed an undergraduate major in electrical engineering. The basic requirements for admission to the program are an overall undergraduate grade point average of at least a B (3.00), a grade point average of at least a B (3.00) in all mathematics courses, and GRE scores of at least 500 on the verbal test and 600 on the quantitative test. Waivers of some of these may be granted on an individual basis. The program is normally six quarters in length. Five quarters are devoted to course work and one quarter to thesis research. The research is conducted either at AFIT or under a cooperative research program at one of the Air Force laboratories. The course work in this program is in the areas of electrical engineering, optical and laser physics, and optical solid-state devices. It emphasizes the application of fundamental knowledge in the design, development, test, and evaluation of Air Force systems.Each student must complete an independent study or thesis in an area related to electro-optics selected from topics proposed by Air Force development organizations. This independent study may be done under the direction of either the Department of Engineering Physics or the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Flexibility in the program is maintained in order to take full advantage of the varied backgrounds and abilities of individual students. The program leads to the degree of master of science in electrical engineering.

ELECTRICIANS MATE A - MASL : P122216

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

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

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P131130, "ELECTRONICS ADV ANALOG"; AND P145448, "GYROCOMPASS SYS MK27".

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES - MASL : D137104

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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, Comm: 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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If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in (Davis Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Davis Manor, bldg 6955), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-597-5585: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return.

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This course replaces course E3AQR2E031 431. The scope of training includes safety, first aid, Direct Current (DC) principles, Alternating Current (AC) principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits, computer fundamentals and network theory.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES - MASL : D133076

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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: COMM (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 BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited.

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Replaces E3AQR2A533A 371 beginning with classes starting 06 Jun 04. It provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel and is the prerequisite for the J3ABR2A533A048A follow-on course at Sheppard AFB. The scope of the training includes safety, first aid, Direct Current (DC) principles, Alternating Current (AC) principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES - MASL : D131145

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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: COMM (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 BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited.

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Replaces E3AQR2P031 371 beginning with classes starting 06 Jun 04. It provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of maintenance personnel and is the prerequisite for the E3ABR2P031048A follow-on course at Keesler AFB. The scope of the training includes safety, first aid, Direct Current (DC) principles, Alternating Current (AC) principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES - MASL : D132112

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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, Comm: 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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If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in (Davis Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Davis Manor, bldg 6955), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-597-5585: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return.

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This course replaces course E3AQR2E132 431. The scope of training includes safety, first aid, Direct Current (DC) principles, Alternating Current (AC) principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits, computer fundamentals and network theory.

ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES (LTC - MASL : D131132

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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, Comm: 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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If you were a NPS student at the time you left Keesler you will return as a NPS student and will be placed into Phase 4 status. You will live in (Davis Manor) and complete all military training requirements. Upon arrival you are to report to (Davis Manor, bldg 6955), and contact a MTL for room assignment. If you have any delay or other problems during your travel contact CQ at 228-597-5585: the CQ office is manned 24/7. The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return.

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This course replaces course E3AQR2E632 431. The scope of training includes safety, first aid, Direct Current (DC) principles, Alternating Current (AC) principles, semiconductors, power supplies, amplifiers, waveshaping circuits, digital circuits, computer fundamentals and network theory.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE - MASL : D303012

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.

ELECTRONICS ADV DIGITAL - MASL : P131131

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

Completion of Electrician s Mate A (P122216) and Electronics, Advanced Analog (P131130).

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN "A" - MASL : P131093

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

Prerequisites: Basic algebra skills (i.e., the ability to manipulate and solve rational equations) are necessary for completion of this course.

Note: This course includes classified material. See Security Clearances on page II-3. However, students may attend the sanitized version of this course without detracting from the technical competency objectives.

THIS COURSE IS TAUGHT IN UNITS AND MASTERY OF EACH IS REQUIRED FOR PROGRESSION. TRAINING IS NOT SELF-PACED, HOWEVER, TRAINEE CAN EXPECT ADDITIONAL WORK TIME WILL BE REQUIRED TO MASTER THE TERMINAL OBJECTIVES REQUIRED IN EACH UNIT.

EM-C7-SCH - MASL : P131010

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

ENGINEER BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121245

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

ENGINEER OFF CPT CAREER - MASL : B171670

Primary emphasis of training is placed on teaching the student MQS II skills and knowledge needed to be an effective BC 21 engineer officer. Completion of the tactics and engineering phases provided a Military Education Level 6 qualification. The training also develops the officer s problem-solving capabilities, managerial techniques and the character attributes needed to be an effective military leader.

Primary emphasis of training is placed on teaching the student MQS II skills and knowledge needed to be an effective BC 21 engineer officer. Completion of the tactics and engineering phases provided a Military Education Level 6 qualification. The training also develops the officer s problem-solving capabilities, managerial techniques and the character attributes needed to be an effective military leader.

ENGINEER OPS-SPANISH - MASL : B174500

Employ and breach obstacles; detect and neutralize minefileds and booby traps; employ engineer assets in support of base defensive operations; use demolitions in support of narcotics interdiction operations; perform engineer assault missions; land navigation; communications; combat lifesaving measures; conventional and improvised demolitions; obstacle constructions and breaching; military operations in urban terrain, booby trap detections and destructions; engineer battle drills and situational training exercises designed to evaluate the students abilities to perform sapper missions in tactical and counterdrug scenarios; human rights; the rule of the law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE - MASL : P177009

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE (ALC)

This course is variable in length (minimum 10 weeks), includes GET and SET, and may be scheduled to start any week.

ENGRG MT(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P145258

ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE PRINCIPLES PRACTICES AND ADMINISTRATION

The course is designed to train and provide trainee with the knowledge and skill to retrieve specific information from various technical references about engineering principles, practices and program administration related to the maintenance of shipboard steam propulsion equipment and machineries. A-651-0064 is a segment of the Machinists Mate Steam Propulsion Maintenance Supervisor Training Program. Scope: The course of instruction provides classroom training on the following topics: Blueprints and Technical Manual Documentation; Navy Occupational Safety and Health Program (NAVOSH), Tag-Out Bill, Heat Stress, Hearing Conservation, Asbestos Control and Hazardous Material Control Programs; Pressure, Temperature and Speed Sensing/Indicating Instruments); Measuring Tools and Machinery Alignment Computer (MAC); Static, Dynamic and Mechanical Seals; Lubrication Theory and Lube Oil Management (2190 TEP); Sliding and Rolling Contact Bearings; Fasteners and Locking Devices. The trainee will perform practical laboratory exercises on the use of measuring tools and shaft alignment using the portable MAC,

ENT SPECIALIST - MASL : B175261

Scope: Phase 1 (6 weeks) is conducted at the AMEDDC&S, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Phase 2 (7 weeks) is conducted at designated military treatment facilities. The total length of the course is 13 weeks. Phase 1 covers anatomy and physiology of ear, nose and throat (ENT), pathological conditions; ENT equipment; diagnostic and audiometric testing; hearing conservation; sterilization of supplies and equipment; pharmacology; assisting medical doctors; administration; minor surgery; medical emergencies; and history-taking. Phase 2 is on-the-job training in a clinical setting at a medical treatment facility. Soldiers will be awarded ASI P2 upon completion of this course and may apply for National Certification in Occupational Hearing Conservation.

ENTRY LEVEL PORT OPS GMRP3 - MASL : P122233

This course provides technical entry-level skills to both USCG Active Duty/Reserve junior officers and enlisted personnel, and equivalent civilian personnel. This course is divided into two 2-week blocks of instruction: port safety and security, and pollution response. The port safety and security block covers U.S. statutory authority and international treaties for establishing jurisdiction and regulations on vessel safety and pollution prevention, monitoring cargo transfer operations, applying U.S. and International Maritime Organization (IMO) hazardous chemical transportation requirements, and inspecting waterfront facilities. The pollution response block covers U.S. statutory authority for conducting an oil spill response and investigation, occupational health and safety including toxic properties of oil and hazardous materials, application of the USCG s hazardous chemical response policy on respiratory and personal protection, determining toxicological properties of commonly shipping chemicals, and using flammable and toxic vapor detection and measurement equipment.

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Some experience in port operations and/or marine safety inspection is desirable but is not mandatory.

EO-SCH JOURNEYMAN - MASL : P174072

Provides the advanced technical skills and principles of job management necessary to qualify for assignment as a trade crew leader on a construction project. Includes principles and techniques of mathematics related to earthwork and equipment production, earthwork and equipment production effectiveness; advanced principles of earthwork; advanced principles of asphalt mixing and paving; techniques of increasing production rate; operation, adjustment, and servicing of asphalt distributors; pavers; cranes with attachments; crawler and wheel tractors with attachments; motorized graders; road rollers; scrapers, and principles and techniques of foremanship.

ESCORT OFFICER - MASL : B362000

This MASL covers the cost of a US escort for VIP Orientation Tours.This MASL covers the cost of a US escort for VIP Orientation Tours.

ESSM THEORY OF OPS ENGRS - MASL : P195178

EVOLVED SEA SPARROW MISSILE (ESSM) THEORY OF OPERATION FOR ENGINEERS

Provides details of ESSM Theory of Operations, missile configuration, threats and missile performance information. Missile subsytems operation is presented for guidance system, warhead, digital autopilot/control system, inertial reference system, uplink communications, and rocket motors.

Targeted Audience: Personnel required to have a detailed understanding of ESSM Theory of Operation.

Prerequisites: Participants must have knowledge of test site safety and security regulations at test site facility where individual duties will be performed.

AVAILABILITY: Pre-scheduled courses at PHD NSWC are available on a reservation basis. Special courses either at PHD NSWC or in-country can be arranged depending on instructor availability.

ET A SCHOOL - MASL : P139453

Toprovide an ET with the knowledge and skills in communication and Radar areas to operate at the apprentice level. SCOPE: Provides the concepts to comprehend communications principles, radar principles, and basic troubleshooting of the following module levels: Basic Radar, Basic Communications System, and Plan Position Indicator. Troubleshooting concepts are taught through the use of Built-in Test Equipment (BITE) and General Purpose Electrical and Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE).

ET APPRENTICE TECH - MASL : P139013

ELECTRONIC TECHNICAL APPRENTICE TRNG - SELF PACED is a Computer Aided course that includes all of the surface electronic / electricity rates. Course will include training in basic electricity/electronic theory component level troubleshooting for corrective maintenance use and interpretation of equipment manuals, operation of test/electronic equipment in accordance with technical publications. The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills needed to prepare for rating entry level performance. SCOPE: Provides knowledge and skills in basic electricity and electronics to include: -Direct Current theory and circuit troubleshooting -Alternating Current theory and circuit troubleshooting -Analog Circuit theory and circuit troubleshooting -Digital Circuit theory and circuit troubleshooting.

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: Self-paced

ETSS POST DEPLOY STANDDOWN - MASL : P329009

ETSS POST DEPLOY STANDDOWN

ETSS-EXTND TNG SVC SPEC - MASL : B329001

This MASL would be programmed when an Extended Training Services Specialist is programmed.This MASL would be programmed when an Extended Training Services Specialist is programmed.

EURO-NATOP JET PLT TNG - MASL : D111011

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

EW FOR FOREIGN MIL OFFICRS - MASL : P179175

Master s degree program. Provides the knowledge of role information warfare as a vital, integral part of modern warfare.

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

EW OFFICER INTL - MASL : P139336

This course is designed to familiarize officers and selected senior enlisted personnel with the basic concepts of Electronic Warfare (EW); including the divisions of Electronic Warfare, principles of radar systems, current anti-ship capable missile threat, emission control, Electronic Warfare publications, training and the role of Electronic Warfare in anti-ship missile defense. The course is not designed to enhance performance for any specific task, rather to provide background information to assist in performance of several tasks.

EWO STAFF OFFICER (SATP) - MASL : D136027

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

EXEC PRGM IN CIV-MIL REL - MASL : P170001

The CCMR Executive Course on Defense Decision -Making is a two-week program conducted every June at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. The program has been restructured to emphasize the impact of change on modern defense establishments. Four main themes will be covered: Development of National Security Strategy; Threat assessment; Intelligence; and Domestic Defense Challenges (e.g. terrorism, natural disaster). The course is designed for senior (0-7 and above) military officers and their civilian counterparts from legislatures, government ministries, and non-governmental organizations. Participants will have the opportunity to meet and work with leaders from around the world on issues of defense decision making common to democratic nations. The curriculum has a strong problem-solving focus and draws examples from the experiences of many different countries. Participants will be required to prepare and present briefings on civil-military relations and defense decision processes in their countries. The Executive Program is presented in English (TOEFL score standard of 80 is waiverable). Classes are held in CCMR classrooms at the Naval Postgraduate School. Class Size: 24

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

EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - MASL : B162520

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

EXECUTIVE BUSINESS COURSE - MASL : P178110

EXECUTIVE BUSINESS COURSE

The EBC course provides a collaborative and powerfully engaging opportunity for Admirals, Generals and members of the Senior Executive Service to heighten awareness and deepen personal insights related to innovation, business transformation and financial management. Through the presentation of cutting edge business concepts and best practices, the course challenges participants to test their assumptions and discover new possibilities. Prominent speakers from private industry, government, defense, science and academia motivate participants to broaden their thinking and expand intellectual comfort zones through interaction with one another. The course design is based on classic research by Mintzberg1 on the roles undertaken by senior managers, which fall into three major groups: leadership/interpersonal, informational, and decision making. Under the rubric of leadership, we focus on leading transformational change as well as effective utilization of human capital. The sessions on informational roles address the strategic use of information technology for achieving business objectives.

Finally, the sessions on the decision making roles of senior managers provide the financial and analytical tools required for making effective decisions at the flag officer level. A highlight of the course is a set of presentations by very senior leaders from the Department of the Navy, who provide strategic direction and inspiration to course participants.

EXPED WARFARE STAFF PLNG - MASL : P124507

Toprovide Navy and Marine Corps officers and senior enlisted with knowledge of and experience in expeditionary warfare mission planning at the PHIBRO/MEU(SOC) level.

Instruction includes the command and staff action sequence from MCWP 5-1 and JP 3-02.

SCOPE: Designed to enable students to assist in amphibious planning at any BN/MEU/MEB staff/unit level and to provide the knowledge necessary to aid in interpreting an amphibious

operation plan/order. Class instruction precedes student execution of the Marine Corps Planning Process in order to develop a generic plan for an amphibious assault. Students

will be assigned principal staff positions similar to those an ESG would fill. Dependent on the class variety of experience, students will role-play a principal staff member.

PREREQUISITES: USN commissioned officers and senior enlisted personnel assigned to amphibious ships, PHIBGRU, or PHIBRON staffs, NAVBEACHGRU, SPECWARGRU, TACGRU/TACRON, or Marine Expeditionary Units. Students are required to be graduates of Amphibious Warfare Indoctrination (K-2G-0037) or have six months experience aboard an amphibious unit/staff. USMC active and reserve components: Commander, principal and special staff officers of a designated MAGTF or Major Subordinate Element (MSE). Waivers will be considered by the course manager.

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

MTT associated with this course is MASL P309197.

EXPED WARFARE STAFF PLNG - MASL : P124251

Totrain Marine Corps and Navy officers/senior petty officers in the knowledge and skills required for the operational planning and employment of MAGTFs focusing on planning tasks.

Pre-requisite course: Amphibious Warfare Indoctrination (AWI) K- 2G-0037.

Special Note: This training is unclassified, however, International Students are required to have a Secret Security Clearance inlcuded in their travel orders in order to access the facility where training is to be conducted.

EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE SCH - MASL : P171818

EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE SCHOOL

Expeditionary Warfare School (EWS) is a career-level professional military education school. EWS prepares Marine Captains to function as commanders and staff officers at the appropriate level of the Operating Forces by providing instructional emphasis on command and control, combined arms operations, war fighting skills, tactical decision making, Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) expeditionary operations, and naval operations.

F/A-18 CONV WPNS LOADING - MASL : P141652

Totrain enlisted personnel to safely and reliably load and download all conventional weapons carried on the FA-18 aircraft. This training contains minimum performance requirements for course completion. This course outlines the training to qualify individuals in the functions of loading, downloading, arming, dearming of conventional weaponry applicable to the F/A-18 Aircraft. This is to include weapon familiarization, utilization of appropriate check lists, airborne weapons stores loading manual and other directives. Practical training will consist of supervised weapon loads.

F/A-18 ENV CNTRLS ORG MT I - MASL : P141739

Upon completion of this course, the Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment) will have sufficient knowledge in the Organizational Maintenance of the Environmental Control Systems, SJU-5/A and 6/A Ejection Seat, Canopy, SJU-17(V)1/A and 2/A Naval Aircrew Common Ejection Seat (NACES) and the Emergency Escape Sequencing of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including the applicable test equipment, Support Equipment (SE), publications, and safety precautions, to perform, under close supervision, organizational maintenance in the squadron working environment. This course covers: 1. Introduction to NAMTRAGRUDET and Aircraft Familiarization 2. Bleed Air and Bleed Air Leak Detection System 3. Environmental Control and Fire Detection System 4. Canopy and Canopy Seal System 5. Oxygen, SJU-5/A and 6/A Ejection Seat and Emergency Escape System 6. SJU-17(V)1/A and 2/A Naval Aircrew Common Ejection Seat (NACES).

F/A-18 SIMULATOR (SZ) - MASL : P119002

F/A-18 SIMULATOR TRNG

Boeing Manned Flight Simulation Domes will be used for this training. Training consists of Joint Helmet Mounting Cueing System (JHMCS), Multi-Functional Information Distribution System (MIDS), and Digital Wingtip Wiring for AIM-9X.

F/A-18 STORES M/SYS ORG I - MASL : P141736

Upon completion of this course, Aviation Ordnancemen will have sufficient knowledge/theory of the Stores Management and Weapon Delivery Systems of the F/A-18 Aircraft, including applicable test equipment, ground support equipment (GSE), publications and safety precautions, to perform, under supervision, organizational maintenance and testing and troubleshooting in the squadron working environment. This course covers: 1. Introduction to F/A-18 Organizational Level Maintenance 2. Stores Management System Maintenance 3. Weapon Control System Maintenance and Configuration 4. Gun System Maintenance.

F15 AVIONIC TST STAT/ACFT - MASL : D141394

This course is designed to provide airmen with the basic skills and knowledge to perform intermediate (I-level) maintenance in the F-15 Avionics Intermediate Shop (AIS). It is an AFSC awarding course. Training includes career field introduction, test station principles, Aircraft Systems Principles, Security and Safety, Technical Orders and Maintenance Systems, F-15 Antenna Test Station theory, F-15 Antenna Test Station performance, F-15 Tactical Electronic Warfare Systems (TEWS) Intermediate Support Systems (TISS) theory, F-15 TISS performance, F-15 Electronic Systems Test Set (ESTS) theory, and F-15 ESTS performance. Each person attending this course will be awarded a 3-skill level in the F-15 Avionic Systems Apprentice Career field upon graduation.

F16 ARMNT MAINT TECHN**FTD - MASL : D149165

This course provides training for Air Force personnel, AFSC 2W1X1, in the skills and knowledge needed to perform duties on the F-16 Armament System. Scope of training includes: Wire repair; MAU-12 Bomb Ejector Rack; AIM-9 Missile Launcher; Wing Weapons Pylon; TER-9/A Assembly; and the LAU-129 Missile Launcher.

FA OFF ADVANCED PREPARATORY-ALLIED OFFICER - MASL : B171131

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

FA49 QUALIFICATION COURSE (FA49 Q COURSE) - MASL : B151822

To prepare FA49 officers for the 10th through 20th year of service to serve in supervisory positions, or on a senior level staff. To set analytic requirements; design studies and establish appropriate methodologies , guide and review the analytic work of subordinates; apply ORSA techniques to a wide range of military and managerial issues; and to fill the operational expertise void of OPMS 3 (MUD on the numbers).

FCS ORTS & O&M (KS) - MASL : P179513

FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM (FCS) / OPERATIONAL READINESS TEST SYSTEM (ORTS) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (O&M) (KOREA)

Purpose: 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-10 ORTS.

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 MSS in Combat Information Center (CIC), as well as ORTS Primary Server Operator in Combat System Maintenance Central (CSMC).

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

FCS/ORTS O&M (J5) - MASL : P179379

FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM (FCS)/OPERATIONAL READINESS TEST SYSTEM (ORTS) 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 MK-99 Fire Control System, the MK-10 Operational Readiness Test System.

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 a Missile System Supervisor (MSS) in CIC, as well as ORTS Primary Server Operator in Combat Systems Maintenance Central (CSMC).

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

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%.

FFG-7 ELECT MT (GSE) STRND - MASL : P145451

Provides personnel in the Gas Turbine Systems Technician Electrical (GSE) rating in pay grades E1 through E6 with advanced knowledge and skills required to perform technical maintenance on engineering control and monitoring systems on the FFG-7 Class ship. Includes Understanding in the usage and maintenance of technical manuals; Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) circuit operation and fault isolation. Perform technical maintenance on FFG-7 PCC, LOP, EPCC and FSEE utilizing 20H7 and 20H7A trainers.

FFG-7/36/61(Deact-See LTB) - MASL : P149275

Provides knowledge and skills required too maintain the central processor and peripheral equipment within this FFG-7 class CDS subsystem. Covers preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment including: AN/UYK-20 Computer Set, AN/UYK-7(V) Computer Set, OJ-172(V) DEAC Input/Output Console, CV-2953A(P)UYK Signal Data Converter, AN/UYK-43A(V) Computer Set, AN/USQ-69(V) Data Terminal Set, SYS-2(V)2, and Introduction and Maintenance of the FFG-AN/UYK-43A(V) Combat Direction System.

FIBER OPTIC CABLE INSTALL - MASL : D132072

Provides training in: theory of lightwave communications; fiber optic cable characteristics; fiber optic terminations; fiber optic light source/power meter; fiber optic cable installation; fusion splicing; mechanical splicing; optical time domain reflectometer; fiber optic modems and multiplexers.

FIBER OPTICS MAINT TECH - MASL : P145014

FIBER OPTICS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Purpose: To provide training for electronic/electrical maintenance personnel in the knowledge and skills required to perform mechanical repairs to fiber optic cable interconnection systems installed on naval ships and stations. Provides training on test equipment and procedures for testing of repairs. Supplies specifications and guidance for maintenance of configuration records and reports.

Scope: Recognize or recall ideas, phenomena, symbology, and terminology which are rerequisites to the comprehension of the fiber optic cable plant. Comprehend the principles, rules, concepts necessary to solve given problems and situations on the fiber optic cable plant. Apply the principles, rules, and concepts to solve and perform maintenance including connectorization, splicing, and testing of the fiber optic cable plant.

Prerequisites: Personnel must have minimum of 2 years in the Navy. 1 year aboard present command. Personnel must be physically capable of performing very intricate fiber optic repairs using specialized tools. Dexterity and mechanical ability is required for completion of fiber optic maintenance. All candidates must meet the following minimum visual requirements which may be met with corrected vision: A. FAR VISION: SNELLEN CHART 20/50 B. NEAR VISION: JGER 1 AT 14 IN., OR REDUCED SNELLEN 20/20 EQ. C. COLOR

VISION: ABILITY TO DISTINGUISH RED, BLUE, GREEN, AND YELLOW COLORS AS PRESCRIBED IN DOORLINE CHARTS, ISHIHARA PLATES OR ADD-HRR TEST. D. DEPTH PERCEPTION: TITMUS STEREO CIRCLE CHART OR EQ.

FIBER OPTICS TECNOL E3 - MASL : P132901

FIBER OPTICS TECNOL E3

Provide training in theory of lightwave communications, fiber optic cable characteristics, fiber optic terminations; mechanical splicing; fiber optic light source and power meter; fiber optic cable installation; optical time domain reflecometer; optical transmitters and receivers, multiplexes. And trouble shooting fiber optic plant.

FIELD ARTILLERY WEAPONS MAINTENANCE - MASL : B142301

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

FIELD ARTY BASIC OFR LDR - MASL : B121250

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.

FIELD ARTY OFF ADV - MASL : B171680

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

FIELD MEDICAL SERV TECH - MASL : P175570

FIELD MEDICAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN

To train in the knowledge and skills required to care for the health care needs of U.S. Marine Corps personnel in the field. Scope: The course includes the organization of field units, procurement and issue of medical supplies and equipment for combat areas, first aid and emergency procedures, field first-aid stations, casualty evacuation, field sanitation and preventive medicine and specialized warfare defense medical requirements. Refer to NEC Manual (NAVPERS 18068).

Prerequisite: Academic failure of this course (FMSS) clearly demonstrates a lack of basic HM skills, knowlege or abilities and is inconsistent with the safe and effective performance of patient care. Members that academically fail FMSS shall be recommended for FORCE CONVERSION from the HM rating to another rating based on the needs of the Navy. Candidate must be physically qualified for transfer per MANMED and TRANSMAN. Physical requirements restrict p

regnant service members from eligibility per OPNAVINST 6000.1 series (2003-04-29). They must complete an operational screening per MILPERSMAN article 1300-800 and found worldwide assignable for potential operational assignments with the Fleet Marine Force, Forces Afloat, isolated units or units overseas. An applicant for this program is acknowledging that, upon graduation, he/she will be available for a utilization tour assignment to any of these billets worldwide. Member s failure to maintain worldwide assignability during or after "C" school will be justification for administrative separation per MILPERSMAN article 1910-120.

FIGHTER ACFT CREW CHIEF - MASL : D141251

This course trains aircraft maintenance technician apprentices on operational principles and theory of ground safety, aircraft systems and sub-systems, component description and operation, aircraft ground handling, inspection, servicing procedures, and operation of rospace ground equipment. The course provides aircraft familiarization to personnel with assignments to heavy aircraft (bombers, tankers, and airlift) and/or light aircraft (fighters, trainers, and attack). 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 FAMILIARIZATION This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. Students learn the principles of safety, accident prevention, and aircraft ground safety procedures on the flight line. Students also learn how to interpret, identify, and select technical data, and the use and purpose of aircraft forms documentation and filing. Additionally, students learn the aircraft inspection system, levels of maintenance inspection, types of inspections, and identification and purpose of aircraft hardware. BLOCK II AIRCRAFT GENERAL Students learn the variety of airframe structures, reference datum numbering and aircraft markings. They are taught aircraft ground handling, marshalling procedures, parking, towing, mooring, and jacking. Students also learn the principles and use of non-powered ground support equipment, and operation of powered ground support equipment. They receive instruction on corrosion control and prevention programs, care of aircraft, and aircraft safe for maintenance. Students also receive a diversity of training on several types of egress systems. BLOCK III ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Students learn the operational concepts and theory of electricity, circuits, and components. They learn identification and inspection procedures of the direct current systems; identification and inspection procedures of the alternate current systems, aircraft lighting systems, and operation of aircraft fire and overheat warning systems. BLOCK IV UTILITY SYSTEMS Students learn the fundamental principles, components, theory of operation, and inspection procedures of the bleed air system, air-conditioning and pressurization systems, fire extinguisher and anti-icing and de-icing systems. Additionally, the operation of the liquid and oxygen system, servicing procedures, and the inspection procedures of the utility systems are discussed. BLOCK V PNEUDRAULICS SYSTEM Students learn the aircraft pneudraulics systems, components, and operation. Students learn the aircraft''s landing gear, inspection, components, and operational checks of the system. Removal and installation of wheel/tire and brake system assembly is also taught during this block of instruction. BLOCK VI FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM The students learn theory and principles of flight. They identify and state the purpose of the primary and secondary flight control surfaces and components. Students also learn fundamentals of inspections, rigging, and procedures for removal and installation of flight control surfaces. BLOCK VII FUEL SYSTEMS Students learn the fundamentals of the fuel system, inspection procedures and safety precautions, components and operation of the internal and external fuel system, and inspection and servicing procedures. BLOCK VIII ENGINE AND SYSTEMS Students learn the engine technical terminology on several types of engines. They learn major engine sections, and components of jet engines and turbo propeller engines. They also learn principles of operation, inspection and component location, and subsystems. This block also covers the introduction and description of the Hamilton standard propeller.

FINANCE BASIC OFFICER LDR - MASL : B121255

Consists of three major area of instruction: branch specific training, tactical training (FTX/CPX), and functional training. Training prepares finance officers to suport combat operations on the modern battlefield. The branch specific training stresses branch skills unique to the Finance Corps, such as disbursing, military pay, accounting, commercial vendor services, and travel.Consists of three major area of instruction: branch specific training, tactical training (FTX/CPX), and functional training. Training prepares finance officers to suport combat operations on the modern battlefield. The branch specific training stresses branch skills unique to the Finance Corps, such as disbursing, military pay, accounting, commercial vendor services, and travel.

FINANCE OFFICER ADV - MASL : B171690

This course trains Finance Corps officers to identify, evaluate, and apply the latest managerial tecniques plus technical, tactical and leadership skills. Required to support combat operations in the modern battlefield. Emphasis of Training will be placed on teaching student tasks, skills, and knowledge needed to be an effective Branch 44 Finance Officer. We will also develop problem solving capabilities, managerial techniques, and the character attributes needed to be a good leader.

FINANCIAL MGT OFF - MASL : D156052

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AS OF 10 MAY 2006, BILLETING ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE THROUGH KEESLER LODGING BY THE INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING TRAINING. CONTACT KEESLER LODGING AT: PHONE: DSN 597-9986 OR COMMERCIAL [228]377-9986 OR USE THE ON-LINE RESERVATIONS PROCESS AVAILABLE click on URL: https://wwwmil.keesler.af.mil/81svs/WheretoStay/index.htm .

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The BX and commissary have limited supplies, so bring what you need for personal items. Shopping off-base is very limited. If you were here during Katrina but evacuated and left personal property behind, and have not already reclaimed it you will have access to it upon your return.

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This course provides training for finance officers in AFSC 65F1 in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of a Financial Management Officer. The scope of training includes officership skills and personnel management, Air Force Financial management comptroller organization, use of legislative guidance, expeditionary operations, Financial Management systems, fiscal structure, Financial Management analysis, cost and economic analysis, acquisition operations, duties of the nonappropriated funds financial analyst, operational risk management, case studies, functions, and responsibilities of the Financial Services Officer.

FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS REPAIRER - MASL : B142385

Effective 2006-11-21

Course Scope:

To train students in Basic AC and DC Electricity, Basic Digital Electronics, and in the basic knowledge and skills to perform field and sustainment maintenance on the M1A1 Abrams fire control systems.

Special Information:

1. POI 113-45G10 Phase 1 is the consolidated ITRO portion of the course. Both US Army and US Marine Corps students will attend Phase 1 collectively. Phase 1 subjects include: Basic AC and DC Electricity, Basic Digital Electronics, and M1A1 Abrams Fire Control Systems.

2. POI 113-45G10 Phase 2 is unique only to US Army students. Subjects include: M1A1 Abrams fire control systems; Bradley TOW; Off Carriage/Miscellaneous fire control systems; Fire Control Artillery systems; Digitized repair of the LTD and MELIOS; DSESTS Van; G/VLLD; LRAS3; and the FIST/V.

NOTE: US Marine Corps students will also be required to complete the subjects in POI 670-2171 (OS) (USMC) Phase 2 (Electro-Optical Ordnance Repairer) following completion of POI 113-45G10 Phase 1.

FIRE CONTROL SYSTEMS REPAIRER - MASL : B142383

To train students in Basic AC and DC Electricity, Basic Digital Electronics, and in the basic knowledge and skills to perform field and sustainment maintenance on the M1A1 Abrams fire control systems.

FIRE CONTROLMAN A STRAND - MASL : P131351

This training prepares the personnel for entry into Fire Control Class "C" schools by providing the level of training that will be required by the technician as a prerequisite to higher learning. The course provides the type of training and the methodology which is more individualized training using Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) and VISTA Simulated equipment.

Prerequisite MASL: APPRENTICE TECH TRAINING (ATT) P139013 / CIN A-100-0106

FIRE CTL SYS ORTS O&M (KS) - MASL : P179367

FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM (FCS) OPERATIONAL READIINESS TEST SYSTEM (ORTS) OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (KOREA)

Through use of Classroom instruction with simulations and tactical equipment operation and maintenance where appropriate, this course provides the student a detailed knowledge of the ORTS Data Terminal Sets (DTS), Fire Control System equipments, AWS element testing, Fault Detection and Fault Isolation (FD/FI) testing will be discussed. In addition, the course describes in detail, the elements of the FCS, including FCS Control and Test Interface, Digital Data Converter (DCC) MK 15, Coninuous Wave Illuminator (CWI) Transmitter and the Director Group. Also covered are system testing, Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) and maintenance work packages along with alignments, adjustments and Missile System Supervisor (MSS) Submode operations. System initialization, operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting are also discussed.

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

MAX number of students per class: 24

FIRE OFFICER II - MASL : D122101

The course provides training for the Department of Defense firefighters to become certified at the Fire Officer II level. This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform fire officer duties and responsibilities, in accordance with 2003 Edition, National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standard 1021. The scope of training includes all specific competencies outlined in NFPA 1021, Professional Qualifications for Fire Officer, Chapter 5, Fire Officer II. These competencies include identifying organization of local government and law making processes; identifying roles and responsibilities; initiating actions to improve member performance and correct unacceptable performance; evaluating and reporting job performance; delivering public education programs; developing policies and procedures; preparing budget requests; preparing news releases; preparing reports; describing procedures for conducting fire inspections; determining points of fire origin; producing operational plans; analyzing a member''s accident, injury or health exposure history; utilize an incident management system and conduct a post incident analysis.

FIRE PROTECTION SPECL - MASL : D122002

The Fire Protection Apprentice Course is a basic skills awarding training course. Training includes fire protection fundamentals; organization and safety; fire behavior; fire alarm and communications; building construction; fire prevention; emergency medical care, responder skills; emergency care plans; structural fire fighting principles; personal protective equipment; forcible entry; ropes, knots, and rescue practices; rescue activities and vehicle extrication; ladder and ventilation practices; structural fire ground operations; water supplies; hazardous materials to the awareness and operational levels; airport fire fighter; aircraft and airport familiarization; aircraft response and fire fighting principles; aircraft rescue fire fighting; live fire training; and readiness general contingency responsibilities.

FIRE SUPP SYS MAINT - MASL : D148229

Test, troubleshoot, and repair the mechanical portions of systems. Inspection and operational checks, principles of operation, troubleshooting and repairing wet pipe, dry pipe, and deluge systems. Repair of pumps and the principles of operation of other suppression systems.

FIREFIGHTING ADV S/B - MASL : P129181

The Advanced Shipboard Firefighting course is designed to train supervisory fire party personnel in advanced techniques in fire fighting and proper management of on-scene personnel. 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; de-smoking equipment and procedures; hose handling; machinery space fires; use of OBA, and selected emergency equipment; P-250; Halon 1301; special hazards fires; helo firefighting and personnel rescue.

PREREQUISITE: General Shpd FF (J-495-0412), P127006.

SPECIAL NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P166235, "DAMCONT REPAIR PARTY LDR", K-495-0040.

PREREQUISITES: 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.

FIREFIGHTING GENL SHPBD - MASL : P127006

FIREFIGHTING GENL SHPBD

Familiarize officers and enlisted personnel with shipboard firefighting systems, procedures and equipment. The scope includes proper techniques and procedures for general shipboard firefighting. Fires including Alpha, Bravo and Charlie fires and fires involving conventional weapons. The duties of oxygen breathing apparatusmen, nozzlemen, hosemen, plugmen, accessmen, and portable extinguisher supplymen are also addressed. The OPNAV damage control proficiency satisfied by this course is Level II. This course utilizes the OBA only.

PREREQUISITES: Students must have orders and medical screenings in hand (no facsimiles accepted). Students must be physically qualified to handle fire hoses, wear full fire fighting gear and work various damage control equipment in hot, humid and stressful environment. Students shall 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 must be filled out and attached to 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 the 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. This screening and notation should be done within 96 hours prior to attending course. PCS personnel must bring health record or have screening completed within 96 hours prior to CLCVN by medical facility. Students/teams without the required medical statement on their orders/screening will not be trained and will be returned to their parent command. This course is open to all rates.

MINIMUM NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 12

***THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE COURSE FOR P127028, "FIREFIGHTING SHPBD AIRCRAFT", J-495-0413; P129096, "AIR CAP HELO FIREFIGHTING, J-495-0414; AND P129097, "SHPBD FIREFIGHTING TM EVAL", J-495-0418.**

FIRST SERGEANT - MASL : B171203

A scenario-driven, performance-oriented course of instruction designed to prepare sergeants first class and master sergeants for position of responsibility as unit first sergeants. Major subject areas include: unit personnel management and administration; leadership, discipline, and morale; logistics, maintenance, and security; physical training; and operations and training.

FIRST SERGEANT - MASL : B171199

A scenario driven, performance oriented course of instruction designed to prepare sergeants first class and master sergeants for positions of responsibility as unit first sergeants. Major subject areas include: unit personnel management and administration; leadership, discipline, and morale; logistics, maintenance, and security; physical training; and operations and training.

FIXED WING PILOT - MASL : P118300

Toprovide experience in actual testing of modern aircraft and airborne systems and reduction and reporting of the data obtained. The fixed wing curriculum prepares pilots and engineers to test airborne mission systems and flight systems in addition to airplane flying qualities and performance. Please contact USNTPS at our website at WWW.usntps.navy.mil for further information.

****NOTE - MASLs P117431and P117433 should be programmed whenever NAVAIR MASL s P118001/118300/118301/118302 are programmed.

FLD MGT OF CHEM CASUALTIES - MASL : B175320

The Field Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties Course (FCBC) is conducted by the US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.

The course is designed for Medical Service Corps officers , Chemical Corps officers and non-commissioned officers (enlisted) in medical or chemical specialties. Classroom instruction, laboratory and field exercises prepare graduates to become trainers in the first echelon management of chemical and biological agent casualties.

Classroom discussion includes: the current global threat of chemical and biological agent use, the characteristics and effects of threat agents, recognition and emergency treatment of agent exposure, principles of triage and decontamination of chemical and biological agent casualties. Small-group exercises reinforce these casualty management principles.

In the laboratory, attendees gain valuable, hands-on experience by participating in the resuscitation of a lab animal exposed to a nerve agent simulant.

During two days of field training, attendees establish a casualty decontamination site and use the site during scenario-based exercises to manage litter and ambulatory casualties. Using this site, attendees practice principles of personal protection, agent detection, triage, emergency treatment and decontamination of chemical casualties. Students Uniform is the field uniform.

The Field Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties Course (FCBC) is conducted by the US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.

The course is designed for Medical Service Corps officers , Chemical Corps officers and non-commissioned officers (enlisted) in medical or chemical specialties. Classroom instruction, laboratory and field exercises prepare graduates to become trainers in the first echelon management of chemical and biological agent casualties.

Classroom discussion includes: the current global threat of chemical and biological agent use, the characteristics and effects of threat agents, recognition and emergency treatment of agent exposure, principles of triage and decontamination of chemical and biological agent casualties. Small-group exercises reinforce these casualty management principles.

In the laboratory, attendees gain valuable, hands-on experience by participating in the resuscitation of a lab animal exposed to a nerve agent simulant.

During two days of field training, attendees establish a casualty decontamination site and use the site during scenario-based exercises to manage litter and ambulatory casualties. Using this site, attendees practice principles of personal protection, agent detection, triage, emergency treatment and decontamination of chemical casualties. Students Uniform is the field uniform.

FLIGHT ENGR/C-130/PH I - MASL : D121028

Qualifies flight engineers in the C-130E aircraft. Includes academic, simulator, and flying training.

FLIGHT MEDIC - MASL : B175179

Course Scope

The course covers the skills and knowledge s in areas of aviation subjects and basic aircrew skills, romedical aspects of rial flight, appliedmedical care in flight with special focus on Advanced Basic TraumaLife Support (BLTS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP), critical care management of a patient, management and care of a critically ill or wounded casualty in a medical evacuation aircraft platform. Medical skill competencies are at the EMT-I/P level. All tasks encompass skill levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 Soldiers. This distance learning course covers 34 hours of romedical and aviation subjects relevant to performing tasks required by a Flight Medic during Phase 2 of the course.Course Scope

The course covers the skills and knowledge s in areas of aviation subjects and basic aircrew skills, romedical aspects of rial flight, appliedmedical care in flight with special focus on Advanced Basic TraumaLife Support (BLTS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP), critical care management of a patient, management and care of a critically ill or wounded casualty in a medical evacuation aircraft platform. Medical skill competencies are at the EMT-I/P level. All tasks encompass skill levels 1, 2, 3, and 4 Soldiers. This distance learning course covers 34 hours of romedical and aviation subjects relevant to performing tasks required by a Flight Medic during Phase 2 of the course.

FLIGHT MEDICAL AIDEMAN - MASL : B175279

This course covers the identification of MEDEVAC aircraft systems, monitor/stabilize/treat in-flight wounded, perform crash rescue and in-flight crew duties, load/unload romedical evacuation aircraft, perform aircraft radio communication, conduct high performance hoist operations, and conduct pre-MEDEVAC treatment.

This course covers the identification of MEDEVAC aircraft systems, monitor/stabilize/treat in-flight wounded, perform crash rescue and in-flight crew duties, load/unload romedical evacuation aircraft, perform aircraft radio communication, conduct high performance hoist operations, and conduct pre-MEDEVAC treatment.

FLIGHT NURSE-NON DOD - MASL : D175017

Prepares nurses for aircrew duties at romedical evacuations 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

FLIGHT PROFICIENCY TRNG - MASL : P119333

FLIGHT PROFICIENCY I

FLIGHT SURGEON ACADEMIC - MASL : P175307

ACTUAL FLIGHT PORTION IS PROGRAMMED UNDER P119024.

THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P175309

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

To provide training leading to designation as a Naval Flight Surgeon. Students develop professional competency in rospace physiology and medicine, human factors in aviation, aviation safety, mishap investigation, occupational health and preventive medicine. Traditional clinical medicine specialties including internal medicine, ophthalmology, otorhinolaryngology and psychiatry are taught in the context of the aviation environment so that students learn the appropriate disposition for aviators and aircrew with medical problems. Flight training gives the student first hand experience in the stresses of the aviation environment. SCOPE: The course consist of three phases which are academics, aviation pre-flight indoctrination and primary flight training. The academic phase is subdivided into administrative, environmental physiology, operational medicine, and clinical medicine units. Physiology qualifications, water and land survival training, physical readiness testing and ground school subjects are completed in the pre-flight phase.

FLORIDA INST OF TECH (FIT) - MASL : B151015

THIS MASL IS USED WHEN OJT IS PROGRAMMED.

FLORIDA INST OF TECH (FIT) - MASL : B170000

THIS MASL IS USED WHEN OJT IS PROGRAMMED.

FLT ENGR/TACT INSTR/C-130 - MASL : D121043

Qualifies flight engineers to perform instructor duties in the C-130. Provides training in the philosophy of instruction, student/instructor relationships, student performance analysis, lesson planning, and practical instruction. Includes academics, and flying training. Air Force policies, procedures, and instructions are studied in depth.

FLT SAFETY OFF (SATP/FSO) - MASL : D122005

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

FLT SURGEON T-34/TH-57 - MASL : P119024

LONG TITLE: rospace Medicine Specialist Indoctrination (Flight portion only). ACADEMIC PORTION PROGRAMMED UNDER P175307.

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

Provides training leading to designation as a Naval Flight Surgeon. Flight training gives the student first hand experience in the stresses of the aviation environment. The student receives T-34 ground school and flight time, and TH-57 ground school and flight time.

The mission of the rospace Medicine Specialist (AMS) Training Curriculum is to provide exposure to the various flight regimes and associated phenomenon of romedical concern. The term rospace Medical Specialist includes all Bureau of Medicine and Surgery specialist that support the Naval Aviation fleet, including Residents in rospace Medicine, Flight

Surgeon short course students, student Naval rospace Physiologist and student Naval rospace Experimental Psychologist. Each module of the instruction provides an introduction to the basic flight experiences encountered in daily training and fleet aircraft operations. Particular emphasis is place on basic motor flight skills and familiarization with the physiological stressors associated with aviation specific evolutions.

SCOPE: Primary Instructional Methods Building block approach to developing and reinforcing prerequisite airmanship skills through a steady increase in mission task loading. Central

to the approach is an optimum mix of classroom (systems, rodynamics, etc.), simulator and flight instruction. Classroom instruction combines lecture and question/answer while simulator and flight instruction rely more heavily on a mentor relationship between instructor and student.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this syllabus, the prospective rospace Medicine Specialist will demonstrate:

a. A working knowledge of the fundamental concepts of rodynamics, aircraft systems, emergency procedures and G-induced loss of consciousness.

b. Proficiency in basic aviation ground operations.

c. The ability to execute straight and level as well as turning flight.

d. An understanding of standard operating guidelines associated with landing patterns, and instrument flight.

FLTENGR/FIXED WG ACFT PERF - MASL : D121040

Ground instruction on mathematics, atmosphere and physics, rodynamics, aircraft performance and performance log, engine theory, weight and balance, basic chart reading, winds, critical field length relationships, the TOLD card, obstacle clearance, inflight and non-standard landing data, constant MACH range control, endurance, descent, and mission and AR planning worksheets.

FLYING SAFETY/* - MASL : D122006

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.

FOOD SERVICE MGT - MASL : B121359

General Management Operations: objectives of the Army foord service program; Army food service update; develop a food service safety program; hazardous communication standards (HAZCOM); management theory (marketing, customer service, personnel management); installation budgeting. Garrison management: contracting procedures; commercial business practices and prime vendor procedures; requisition and accounting procedures; records management; menu planning/nutrition principles; management by menu; food service management boards, and the Army food management information ystem (AFMIS). Field operation area: the flow of rations in a theater of operation; subsistence supply units; class I operations in an NBC environment; selecting a class I supply point; subsistence supply planning; field sanitation; AFFSF/AFFS-accountability, and class I development/exercise planning. Sanitation area: causes and effects of food borne illness and prevention; instruction will result in serv-safe certification. Brigade food operations team area: functions of the food operation management NCO; how to perform a garrison and field evaluation; prepare a quarterly action plan, and perform effective briefing techniques.

FOOD SERVICE SPECIALIST - MASL : B163001

Introduction to cooking; small quantity cooking and baking; garrison dining facility operations, and field kitchen operations to include the Army Field Feeding System-Future (Army).

FOSCO-SUP MGT JUNIOR OFF - MASL : P152090

SUPPLY MANAGEMENT NAVY - JUNIOR OFFICERS

Provides students with a complete overview of Fleet & Inductrial Supply Center (FISC) operations inlcuding: physical distribution (receiving, storage, issue, packing, transportation, shipping, hazardous material handling, and receipt processing), inventory control (inventory requirements, customer service, industrial support, and technical and requisition services), contracting, comptroller, and management planning (personnel, training supply systems, and computer systems and procedures).

FREE FALL AUTO RIPCORD REL - MASL : B148403

Personnel will receive instruction on the precedures for recovery and unit intermediate maintenance of the AR2 Automatic Ripcord Release Assembly.Personnel will receive instruction on the precedures for recovery and unit intermediate maintenance of the AR2 Automatic Ripcord Release Assembly.

FRG DECONTAMINATION PROC - MASL : B121829

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

FSXXI IERW (COMM CORE) ALL - MASL : B113177

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: This is a prerequisite for follow-on tracks. Follow-on tracks require an Interim Secret clearance.

All students will be required to successfully complete dunker qualification either before or after IERW.

FSXXI UH-60 TRACK - EN - MASL : B113157

Course Scope:

Course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the UH-60 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight tasks, combat skills flight tasks, night/night vision goggles, command instrument systems, and safety factors appropriate to the aircraft.

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Non-DOD and Non-Us students (IAW DOD agreement) may participate in this track

FUEL PROBE/CARGO DROP MT - MASL : P145758

FUEL PROBE AND CARGO DROP REEL MAINTENANCE

To train Engineering and Deck enlisted personnel, E-1 through E-9, and (DOD) Military Sealift Command, to perform maintenance and repair of Fuel Probe and MK-II Cargo Drop Reel equipment. Course includes disassembly, inspection, assembly, repair and test of the Fuel Probe, Probe Receiver, and MK-II Cargo Drop Reel. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to disassemble and reassemble fuel probes and replace damaged parts. Students will be able to perform PMS on the fuel probes and MK II cargo drop reels.

Note: Working uniform and steel toe shoes are the required uniform. Coveralls and work gloves are recommended. WEATHER: Students are required to bring warm clothing during the winter months i.e., foul weather jacket, long underwear, gloves, watch cap, etc.

FUNCTIONAL SUPPLY CENTRAL - MASL : P152003

SUPPLY MANAGEMENT NAVY - JUNIOR OFFICERS

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

FUNDAMENTAL SYS ACQ MGT CR - MASL : B151001

This course provides a broad overview of the DoD systems acquisition process, covering all phases of acquisition. It introduces the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) and resource allocation processes, the DoD 5000 Series documents governing the defense acquisition process, and current issues in systems acquisition management. Designed for individuals who have little or no experience in DoD acquisition management, ACQ 101 has proven very useful to personnel in headquarters, program management, and functional or support offices.Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to recognize:

-the fundamentals of defense systems acquisition management;

-the diverse, interrelated, and changing nature in the different disciplines of defense systems acquisition management; and

-the regulations and governing structures of defense systems acquisition management

This course provides a broad overview of the DoD systems acquisition process, covering all phases of acquisition. It introduces the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) and resource allocation processes, the DoD 5000 Series documents governing the defense acquisition process, and current issues in systems acquisition management. Designed for individuals who have little or no experience in DoD acquisition management, ACQ 101 has proven very useful to personnel in headquarters, program management, and functional or support offices.Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to recognize:

-the fundamentals of defense systems acquisition management;

-the diverse, interrelated, and changing nature in the different disciplines of defense systems acquisition management; and

-the regulations and governing structures of defense systems acquisition management

FUNDAMENTALS OF DEF SUPPLY CHAIN MGT (SCM) - MASL : B151789

Supply chain management integrates supply and demand management within and across activities through the flow of materials and services, information, and financials. The course focuses on the key management principles and business processes that comprise SCM and ERP implementation. Key business processes include customer/supplier relationship management, customer service management; order fulfilment demand management, supply chain mapping and network development, developing of supply chain metrics, developing and implementing partnerships in the supply chain, and supply chain information management.

GAS FREE ENGRG - MASL : P127121

Toprepare personnel to assume the duties and responsibilities and to perform the tasks of a shipboard Gas Free Engineer in accordance with NAVSEA Technical Manual Chapter 074 Volume 3 series. To make the student aware of the many hazardous atmospheres found onboard US Naval ships. To train the student in the use of the various instruments available to him for the purpose of determining if a hazardous atmosphere exists. The course also deals with the actual process of removing a hazardous atmosphere and the administrative procedures for ensuring that a gas freeing program is functioning properly.

GAS TURB ACCIDENT INVESTIG - MASL : P169226

GAS TURBINE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION

Investigating the engine aspects of aviation accidents is a complex, difficult challenge. This is especially true when the new high technology gas turbine engines now in use in commercial aviation are involved. The investigator, even if familiar with the traditional tools and techniques of powerplant investigation must update this knowledge to include the design aspects and failure modes of these new engines.

This course is aimed at gas turbine engines installed in aircraft as part of the propulsion system. The course will discuss the basic modules of the jet engine including the inlet, fan, compression, burner, turbine and exhaust system from the standpoint of how they react as either causes or in ground impact damage in airplane accidents. The course offers an in-depth understanding of all the leading causes of engine related incidents and accidents as well as an up-to-date understanding of the interaction between these causes, the aircraft and the flight crew.

You will learn to recognize the post crash evidence of the most serious engine related accidents - catastrophic rupture of the engine due to uncontained failures, and bird and ice ingestion. You will learn to recognize so-called "benign" engine failures but also will be introduced to how such failures coupled with crew error can lead to a catastrophic accident.

In the first three days of class you will learn some unique investigative techniques to confirm engine involvement and major cause effect. You will then reinforce that classroom experience in examination of actual accident sites at the world s largest aviation crash laboratory. You will actually determine engine involvement and identify major causes in the field.

Just as important to the investigation as the accurate gathering of evidence is the clear, concise and accurate reporting of that evidence to include clear, logical conclusions. The final part of this course will introduce you to the significance of a good report and how to draw conclusions that will support practical recommendations. Finally, You will gain some understanding of the relationship between the involvement of an engine and the rest of the aircraft and operation. This will be done through actual evidence and summaries of studies and work of various industry-wide committees.

When you have completed this course you will have the skill and knowledge to actively and effectively participate in a gas turbine accident investigation and make the necessary field determinations regarding engine operation, impact damage and possible engine involvement in the accident sequence.

GAS TURBINE CON OPR (FFG7) - MASL : P145467

GAS TURBINE CONSOLE OPERATOR TRNG (FFG7)

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

The student will gain a working knowledge of the following areas: 1. Perform advanced watchstanding duties on FFG-7 PCC, and EPCC; 2. Perform casualty control exercises on FFG-7 PCC, and EPCC.

GCCS-M TRAINING - MASL : P122800

This unclassified hands-on classroom course is designed to provide eight hours of overview information covering the latest version of the releasible Global Command and Control System-Maritime operational software. Topics covered include the new capabilities, differences between the current and previous version, handouts, and a question/answer period. The class is administered in a laboratory environment, one student per workstation up to ten students, workstation sharing for class sizes above ten. Maximum class size: 18-20 Students. Scheduled start time is 8:00 am, a one hour lunch break midday, and wrap up at 5:00 pm.

GCS MK160MOD9/MK46MOD1 OSS - MASL : P142444

Gun Computer System (GCS) MK 160 Mod 9/Optical Sight System (OSS) Mk46 Mod 1 Operation and Maintenance (O&M)

Course Purpose: This course is designed to provide ITT personnel the training necessary to perform operational procedures, preventive, and document corrective maintenance on the GCS MK 160 Mod 9 and OSS MK 46 Mod 0 components under all conditions of readiness.

Course This course is designed to provide the knowledge necessary for ITTPersonnel to operate and maintain the GCS MK 160 MOD 9 and OSS MK 46 MOD 1. Emphasis will be made of equipment-level as well as system-level connectivity, data interface, and operation. In support of these goals the following topics are planned:

1) Gun Weapon System (GWS) MK 34 MOD 2 General, Physical, Documentation and Functional Descriptions

2) Gun Computer System (GCS) MK 160 MOD 9 General, Physical, Documentation and Functional Descriptions

3) Optical Sight System (OSS) MK 46 MOD 1 General, Physical, Documentation and Functional Descriptions

All preventive maintenance is taught in accordance with established PMS requirements and guidelines. All corrective maintenance is taught and performed in accordance with documented/published procedures.

Method of teaching: Classroom lecture and practical laboratory exercises

Prerequisites:

Invitational Travel Orders required and

Normal Color Vision

Maximum Class Size: 12 students

GEN MTR MOD 8-645E2 DIESEL - MASL : P145435

Trains machinery technicians in the operation, maintenance, and overhaul procedures for General Motors model 567-E2 and model 8-645-E2 diesel engines.

Prerequisite: Completion of Machinery Technician A (P122219) or equivalent experience.

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

GEN SHPBD DAMAGE CONTROL - MASL : P127190

GENERAL SHIPBOARD FIRE FIGHTING

Purpose: Required course for DCRS and Inport Emergency Teams (IET). Provides a ONE day opportunity for DCRS and IET Teams to perform as a team in investigating, reporting, repairing structural damage shoring, pipe patching and plugging, and to control/stop flooding. Scope: This course utilizes lectures, power point presentations, and practical exercises. Subject matter consists of 3 hours of classroom instruction and 4 hours of practical application. Areas covered include investigation, dewatering, shoring, pipe patching, patching and plugging drills, and a wet battle problem utilizing the damage control wet trainer.

Prerequisites: All students should be PQS qualified members of a repair locker or IET. Students must have orders and Medical Screening form in hand. A stamp or notation on orders specifically stating "STUDENT IS MEDICALLY QUALIFIED TO ATTEND" will suffice. MEDICAL drops at CNE are dramatically reduced when individual commands conduct medical screening prior to sending personnel to training. Medical screening shall be IAW CNETINST 3541.1 (series). Damage Control School staff only ensures that medical screening has been conducted by the parent command within 96 hours of the convening date, and that the members medical status has not changed. Students without required medical statements on orders will not be trained and returned to parent command. This course is opened to all rates and pay grades. CLASS CAPACITY MAXIMUM =45; MINIMUM = 12. Individuals with sickle cell trait shall be briefed by the parent command corpsman regarding necessary hydration procedures. No contact lenses will be permitted in the wet trainer during the wet battle problem. The use of combat spectaclesis allowed.

GENERAL ELECTRIC AVIAITON (CINCI) - MASL : B178200

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for General Electric (Cinci) is programmed.

GENERAL ENGLISH ONLY - MASL : P177027

GENERAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING

This course is variable in length (minimum 10 weeks), includes GET only, and may be scheduled to start any week.

GENERAL ENGLISH ONLY - MASL : B177027

This MASL would be programmed when General English Only is required.This MASL would be programmed when General English Only is required.

GENERAL MAINT TECH SUPRV - MASL : D141249

This course prepares experienced senior non-commissioned officers, selected junior officers, and civilian equivalents to perform supervisory duties and assume a greater leadership role within a maintenance complex. Additionally it provides information on organizational structure and management techniques used in the planning and developing of functional areas within a maintenance organization. The training received will increase the individuals knowledge and understanding of maintenance operations and increase their ability to function as a senior maintenance supervisor. Students are required to pass a written and or performance test at the end of each block prior to advancement to the next block of instruction. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I ORIENTATION, SAFETY, OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT (ORM) This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements.. This block provides detailed lectures and discussions on maintenance safety doctrine, supervisory safety responsibilities and practices, in-depth fundamentals concepts of the Organizational Risk Management (ORM) program. BLOCK II QUALITY ASSURANCE This course also provides the student with the fundamentals necessary to perform the quality assurance function. Subjects covered include: In depth fundamentals concepts to the ORM program, Saftey Analysis and Inspections, the role of QA and responsibilities in evaluating and assessing personnel proficiency (including the quality and effectiveness of training programs), equipment and aircraft condition, and the management of specific programs that ultimately increase mission effectiveness. The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is designed as a flexible feedback system for maintenance leaders, supervisors, and workers. Students learn methods to detect negative trends, problems areas, inform and prepare reports of these problems, their likely causes, and possible corrective actions. Quality assurance inspection concepts include: different types of evaluations, inspections and observations that are in the QAP. BLOCK III TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT The objective of this lesson is for each student to know the evolution of Quality and its principles. Students are introduced to quality approach practices and how they differ from other management styles. The student also learns the concept of quality principles and practices in todays military environment. It also provides the student with comprehension on team dynamics and how to apply team leader skills to manage a successful team. They also have the opportunity to use selected decision tools enhancing continuous improvement efforts, as well as selected data and problem analysis tools. BLOCK IV TECHNICAL ORDER SYSTEM Students learn the purpose, authority, and use of the USAF technical manual system, and illustrated parts breakdowns. Interpret and select the proper technical data. BLOCK V SUPERVISORY ON-THE-JOB TRAINING (OJT) The student is exposed to the On-the-Job-Training Program. The students learn the structure of the program and responsibilities to the training program. It also teaches supervisors how to plan, conduct, evaluate and document training. BLOCK VI WEIGHT AND BALANCE Students are introduced to the tremendous importance of knowing weight and balance concepts in aircraft maintenance operations. Students learn and perform mathematical formulas used to calculate aircraft weight changes, practical exercises, proper forms documentation, technical data, familiarization with weighing scales, and the actual weighing of an aircraft. BLOCK VII SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT Students are provided with working knowledge of the principles and techniques of effective personnel management to include: supervisory responsibilities, the management process, effective leadership.

GENERAL SHPBD FIREFIGHTING - MASL : P127191

GENERAL SHIPBOARD FIREFIGHTING

Purpose: Familiarize officers and enlisted personnel with shipboard firefighting systems, procedures and equipment.

Scope: The scope includes proper techniques and procedures for general shipboard firefighting. Fires including Alpha, Bravo and Charlie fires and fires involving conventional weapons. The duties of oxygen breathing apparatusmen, nozzlemen, hosemen, plugmen, accessmen, and portable extinguisher supplymen are also addressed. The OPNAV damage control proficiency satisfied by this course is Level II.

Prerequisites: Students must have orders and medical screen ings in hand(no facsimiles accepted). Students must be physically qualified to handle fire hoses, wear full fire fighting gear and work various damage control equipment in hot, humid and stressful environment. Students shall be clean shaven. "No shave chits" are not accepted. Students must be medically creened by their parent command no earlier than 96 hours prior to arrival at fire fighting school. Medical screening shall be completed IAW CNETINST3541.1D. 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 must be filled out and attached to 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 the 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. This screening and notation should be done within 96 hours prior to attending course. PCS personnel must bring health record or have screening completed within 96 hours prior to CLCVN by medical facility. Students/teams without the required medical statement on their orders/screening will not be trained and will be returned to their parent command. This course is open to all rates.

GEOSPAT DIGIT DATA USER CR - MASL : B125104

This MASL can only be programmed if country has a co-production agreement in accordance with NGA.

GGU-9/M INTERM MAINT ACT - MASL : P141544

GGU-9/M INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE ACTIVITY

Upon completion of this course, the Air Separation and Cryogenics Technician will have sufficient knowledge/skills, including principles of operation, testing, troubleshooting, and adjustments, to perform operating and troubleshooting procedures under close supervision, on the A/M26U-5 Expeditionary Oxygen/Nitrogen System and GGU-9/M Oxygen/Nitrogen Generator, in the Intermediate Maintenance Activity.

This course content includes the following Units of Instruction: 1. Introduction 2. Principles of Operation 3. Expeditionary Oxygen/Nitrogen System and Oxygen/Nitrogen Generator Electrical System 4. EONS/PSA Preparation for Use, Operation, Testing, and Troubleshooting 5. EONS/PSA Operation, Testing, and Troubleshooting Laboratory.

Prerequistes: COURSE C750-3214, AIR SEP/CRYO I; Security clearance may vary by location based upon area/building in which taught. See annual schedule of courses for a particular location.

GLOBAL ANTI-TERRORISM AND OPER/READ COURSE - MASL : B121001

Current operational intelligence and situational reports for applicable theaters (CONUS / OCONUS), new information relating to tools and equipment, US and Foreign Ordnance, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDks), and the latest developments within the EOD Community. Various classes are conducted by external sources that represent a variety of Intelligence Agencies, EOD Technical Centers and Subject Matter Experts (Technicians) in both classroom and field environments.

GPETE REPAIR AND CALIBRTN - MASL : P139340

Upon completion of this course, the technician will have sufficient skills, knowledge, and techniques to operate, calibrate, analyze, troubleshoot, and repair General Purpose Electronic Test Equipment (GPETE), to the lowest replaceable component/assembly under limited supervision within an Intermediate Maintenance environment. This course provides technicians with operating procedures, detailed theory of operation, calibration, and maintenance procedures for GPETE. Six functional areas are covered: Meters, Oscilloscopes, Frequency Counters, Spectrum Analyzers, Signal Generators, and power measurements. Technical training equipment will utilize various fault insertion techniques to provide realistic calibration and repair scenarios.

GROUND DEFENSE COMMAND - MASL : D173041

Page Last Updated: 11 Apr 2006This course number is a conversion of course L3OZR31P4-001 to comply with the new TC course numbering system. Any questions regarding this course should be directed to the SF Training Managers, TSgt Joseph Diaz, joseph.diaz@lackland.af.mil or TSgt Keith Marshall, keith.marshall@lackland.af.mil, DSN 473-5604. This course provides training in the knowledge and skills needed for assignment to a headquarters/Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC) staff position. The scope of training includes planning Air Base Defense (ABD) operations and the operations of the BDOC.

GROUND RADIO INTERM REPAIR - MASL : P132850

GROUND RADIO INTERM REPAIR

Students receive training on functional analysis and troubleshooting of specific single-channel radio LRU s to the SRU and chassis mounted component level. Students learn limited corrective maintenance on associated cryptographic equipment to include strapping, and are certified via form DD-1435. Maintenance administration is included in the single-channel radio troubleshooting lessons.

Course prerequisites

Complete the Basic Electronics Course (P131805) and Radio Fundamentals (P132812). Normal color vision certification must be included in ITO. Although this course is unclassified, a secret clearance is required to access the facility where the training is conducted. ITO must include security clearance.

GROUND SAFETY - MASL : D122008

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.

GROUND SUPPLY OFFICER - MASL : P152801

PURPOSE: To train entry level Marine officers in the skills necessary to perform the duties of a ground supply officer in the Operating Forces with an emphasis on the battalion/squadron level. SCOPE: This course is designed to prepare the newly minted supply officer for duties in a variety of supply chain management responsibilities in line with emerging concepts and policies of Global Combat Support System - Marine Corps. Distribution, capacity, production, and order management are baseline concepts the officer will learn throughout this course. An understanding of automated requisitioning and supply management systems is recommended due to the technical nature of this course. UNIFORM/EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS: Students should bring appropriate service uniforms. Students will check in wearing the Service "A" uniform. Utility uniform will be worn for all periods of instruction Monday-Friday. Service "C" uniform will be worn occasionally on Friday as directed by the school commander. The uniform for graduation is the Service "C" uniform. PT gear (green/green) is also required to include sweats during winter months.

GUN MOUNT 76MM MK75 MOD041 - MASL : P142201

Provides GM personnel the technical knowledge and skills required to perform organizational level maintenance, repair and operations on the MK-75 MOD-0 and 1, 76MM/62 Cal Gun Mount. Covers complete training of operations, alignments, and maintenance, both corrective and preventive, on the 76MM Gun Mount.

GUNNERS MATE A SCHOOL - MASL : P142230

GUNNERS MATE CLASS A PHASE 1

To provide highly qualified and motivated personnel with the intermediate training necessary to qualify as an apprentice Gunner s Mate. Graduates of GM "A" School, coupled with skilled and experienced Petty Officers and an ongoing "On the Job Training (OJT)", will be able to perform as team members for the following; operate and perform maintenance on Gun, Missile and Magazine Sprinkler Systems, Small Arms, Ordnance Handling Equipment and make minor electrical, electronic, hydraulic mechanical and Servo System casualty analysis and repairs at shipboard levels. A Gunner s Mate "A" School graduate has advanced training in Ammunition Identification and Handling, the 3M System, hands on training with the Magazine Sprinkler Systems and Small Arms. Graduates provide the shipboard and shore installation with highly skilled individuals to perform preventative and corrective maintenance. Scope: Gunner s Mate Class "A" School consists of 16 weeks, 3 days of curriculum divided into 2 Units. Unit 1 contains Basic Electricity and Electronics. Topics include Direct Current (series) and Direct Current (parrallel and combination), Alternating current and Solid State. Unit 2 contains Special Circuits (Solid State Devices and Circuits), Fluid Power (hydraulics, Pneumatics and Synchros & Servos), Gunner s Mate Basics, which covers the duties and responsibilities of a Gunners Mate to include Gun Mounts, Guided Missile Systems, Fire Control fundamentals, Clearing of Live Ammunition. Other topics included in this unit are 3M, Tagout, Hand Tools, Basic Machines, Naval Ordnance, Magazine Sprinkler Systems and Small Arms. Operate and maintain the following small arms: a. Rifles, pistols, and shotguns; b. 7.62mm (M60) and .50 caliber (M2 HB) machine guns; c. Grenade launchers.

Prerequiste: Must have normal color perception

NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for P122061/A-121-0522 "MK41 VLS Operation"

GUNNERSMATE "A" - MASL : P122210

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

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P122701, "MK75 76MM OPS & MAINT GM11".

GYROCOMPASS MT MK19/23 - MASL : P145070

Toprovide students with the knowledge and skills required to operate, troubleshoot, and repair to the subassembly or component level, shipboard MK 23 Gyrocompass Systems. Planned maintenance (PMS) actions will be performed in accordance with applicable OPNAV and NAVSEA directives, and corrective maintenance will be performed in accordance with NAVSEA equipment technical manuals. The job skills acquired will be performed with limited supervision, for all conditions of ship readiness, in port or underway.

HARM - EOD - MASL : P193131

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

HARPOON - EOD - MASL : P193135

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

HARPWPN SYS(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P122211

This course provides designated operator personnel with an understanding of the principles of operation, knowledge and skills necessary to perform engagement planning for the Harpoon Weapon System, (Surface Applications).

SCOPE: Training includes practical application in Weapon Control Indicator Panel (WCIP) Activation; performance of operator tests; simulated engagements, missile initialization and launch from the Weapons Control Indicator Panel. Classroom instruction prepares students for practical application labs and also covers Weapons Control Indicator Panel operation and interface with the Harpoon Weapon System and other Fire Control Equipment.

Training sites utilize canister configuration as a core and discuss differences associated with different platforms.

PREREQUISITES: Must hold security clearance at least 14 days prior to class convening date.

HARRIS RADIOS ROCHESTER NY - MASL : B178088

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for HARRIS RADIOS - Rochester, NY is programmed.

HAWK BASIC ELECTRONICS - MASL : B193432

This course is designed for student to learn the required basic electronics skills. The student is taught the basic functional circuitry, how complex circuits work by seeing them broken down into simple parts that are easy to understand. Perform basic skills how to use test instruments, such as millimeters and oscilloscopes; how to develop and follow good troubleshooting and repair procedures by working on faulty circuits.This course is designed for student to learn the required basic electronics skills. The student is taught the basic functional circuitry, how complex circuits work by seeing them broken down into simple parts that are easy to understand. Perform basic skills how to use test instruments, such as millimeters and oscilloscopes; how to develop and follow good troubleshooting and repair procedures by working on faulty circuits.

HAWK FIRE COMM & RADAR REP - MASL : B193421

Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerance; troubleshot and repair malfunctions in the electronic and logic assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuits elements of the Standard Improved HAWK Microcomputer, Platoon Command Post, high-powered Illuminator Radar, and Continuous Waves Acquisition Radar. Use of the common and systems specific test equipment; and mechanical and Electro-mechanical repair, use of technical manuals. Includes all modules: B, C, D, E, F, and H as identified in Table II below.

Table II. HAWK Maintenance Module Subject

B Standard Improved HAWK Microprocessor (SIM)

C Platoon/Battery Command Post (PCP/BCP)

D High Powered Illuminator Radar (HIPIR)

E Continuous Wave Acquisition Radar (CWAR)

F Missile System Maintenance

Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerance; troubleshot and repair malfunctions in the electronic and logic assemblies, subassemblies, modules and circuits elements of the Standard Improved HAWK Microcomputer, Platoon Command Post, high-powered Illuminator Radar, and Continuous Waves Acquisition Radar. Use of the common and systems specific test equipment; and mechanical and Electro-mechanical repair, use of technical manuals. Includes all modules: B, C, D, E, F, and H as identified in Table II below.

Table II. HAWK Maintenance Module Subject

B Standard Improved HAWK Microprocessor (SIM)

C Platoon/Battery Command Post (PCP/BCP)

D High Powered Illuminator Radar (HIPIR)

E Continuous Wave Acquisition Radar (CWAR)

F Missile System Maintenance


HAWK FLD MAINT EQUIP/FSRPR - MASL : B193487

Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerances; utilize technical manuals/schematics, demonstrate the use of common and system specific test equipment. Student will troubleshoot electronic circuits, solid state devises, and logic circuitry; perform systems training including fault isolation, repair, and replacement of modular electronic, Electro-mechanical, mechanical, hydraulic and hydro-pneumatic assemblies of the Improved HAWK Pulse Acquisition Radar, the High Frequency Test Console, Improved HAWK Launcher and HAWK Missile loader. Includes modules: B, C, D, E, F, G, and H as identified in Table II.

Table II. HAWK Maintenance Module Subject

B Pulse Acquisition Radar (PAR)

C High Frequency Console (HFC)

D Launcher Electrical

E Launcher Mechanical

F Loader

G Pedestal (HIPIR, CWAR, PAR)

H Missile System Maintenance

Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerances; utilize technical manuals/schematics, demonstrate the use of common and system specific test equipment. Student will troubleshoot electronic circuits, solid state devises, and logic circuitry; perform systems training including fault isolation, repair, and replacement of modular electronic, Electro-mechanical, mechanical, hydraulic and hydro-pneumatic assemblies of the Improved HAWK Pulse Acquisition Radar, the High Frequency Test Console, Improved HAWK Launcher and HAWK Missile loader. Includes modules: B, C, D, E, F, G, and H as identified in Table II.

Table II. HAWK Maintenance Module Subject

B Pulse Acquisition Radar (PAR)

C High Frequency Console (HFC)

D Launcher Electrical

E Launcher Mechanical

F Loader

G Pedestal (HIPIR, CWAR, PAR)

H Missile System Maintenance

HAWK VIDEO TRCKNG GRP RPER - MASL : B199294

Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerance, troubleshoot and repair malfunctions in the electronic assemblies, modules and circuits elements of Video Tracking Group. Use of the common system specific test equipment, mechanical, Electro-mechanical repair, use of technical manuals.

HEALTH SERVICES ADMIN - MASL : D175010

Trains newly commissioned USAF Medical Service Corps (MSC) officers in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties in Health Services Administration. Prepares MSC officers for performance of administrative duty with the USAF Medical Service and emphasizes techniques for effective management of Air Force medical resources: personnel, facilities, funds, and materials. Course includes instruction in communication techniques, medical practice management, resource management, medical logistics, personnel and administrative services, medical readiness, information systems management, health plan management, core competencies and executive leadership skills. Course is designed to incorporate team interaction through case studies, role playing, problem solving, and group dynamics. The course emphasizes personal interaction within the medical facility and interpersonal relationships with all members of the Air Force community. Class is divided into specialty groups during the last 3 weeks to simulate actual work experience. Students are assigned duty as requested by their gaining commander. 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.

HEALTH SERVICES TECH 'A' - MASL : P175005

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

HEALTH SYS DEVLPMT MET - MASL : D309042

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.

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT OPERATOR - MASL : B174106

21E10 POI encompasses all skill level 1 critical tasks selected for resident training as listed in STP 5-21E12-SM-TG, providing training in: 16 hours of introduction to MOS 21E10 Heavy Construction Equipment Operator Course which introduces the facility, course procedures, and criteria for successful course completion, course safety; environmental stewardship; and The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS), and Accident Avoidance class. 264 hours of MOS specific training in operating a motor transport vehicle with semiautomatic transmission and lowbed trailer, a crawler tractor, a motorized scraper, a scoop loader, and a motorized grader.

HELICOPTER MECH - BASIC - MASL : D141257

This course teaches students at the apprentice level fundamental elements of inspection, servicing, functional checks, preventive maintenance, and component familiarization and function on rotary type aircraft and related 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 DESCRIPTIONS BLOCK I GENERAL SUBJECTS 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 are taught the importance of ground safety and its affects on the maintenance activity with emphasis on awareness and compliance. The student will also learn how to identify and properly use maintenance manuals and other reference materials. In addition, the student will learn about the responsibilities of the helicopter maintenance organization and the different levels of supervision. Students are also instructed on how to perform different types of preventive maintenance procedures, required inspections, and documentation. BLOCK II GENERAL HELICOPTER MAINTENANCE During this block of instruction the student is taught how to properly identify and use common and special tools. Students will learn to identify different types of aircraft hardware and aircraft tubing and hoses according to their color-coded decals. This block will teach the student how to correctly select and install safety devices. The purpose, operation, and safety for different types of powered and non-powered ground support equipment are taught during this block. The student learns to recognize and treat different types of corrosion and the procedures for corrosion control. Helicopter ground handling is also included in this block. The students learn hand signals and proper towing procedures. Step by step refueling and de-fueling procedures are discussed during this block. The student will remove, inspect and install the helicopter main landing gear. Students are familiarized with the theory and construction of the UH-1 helicopter. BLOCK III HELICOPTER SYSTEMS This block will familiarize students with the fundamental theory of operation, purpose, and component location of helicopter systems to include hydraulic, electrical, instruments, utility, and fuel systems. Through schematics students are able to visualize the entire flow of these systems and learn the functions of various valves and pumps located within them. They will also learn the identification of different instruments and the meaning of range markings. BLOCK IV HELICOPTER POWERPLANT This block provides students with the operating principles of jet engines. It highlights and compares the T-53-L-13B engine theory to other known turbine engines. Students are taught the theory of operation for each T-53 engine system. This block also teaches the proper removal and procedure for installation of the T-53 engine. BLOCK V MAIN AND TAIL ROTOR SYSTEMS This block begins by familiarizing students with different types of main rotors and their major components. Students will remove the stabilizer bar, main rotor, and blades from a UH-1H helicopter. They will learn the procedures for the stabilizer bar damper check. Familiarization with the tail rotor system is also taught within this block. Students will remove and install the tail rotor, and the pitch change mechanism is discussed. Students are then taught about helicopter vibrations and its affects in flight. BLOCK VI POWER TRAIN SYSTEM This block is designed to familiarize students with information about the helicopter power train system. Students will remove and install the main transmission and all its major components. The removal and installation of the tail rotor drive shafts, hanger bearing assemblies, and 42 degree and 90 degree gearboxes

HELO CONTROL OFFICER - MASL : P119040

Tofamiliarize Non-Aviation Officers and Senior Enlisted supervisory personnel with the requirements necessary for safe and efficient Helicopter operations aboard Air capable ships. This course is to familiarize Non-Aviation Officers and Senior Enlisted supervisory personnel with shipboard helicopter operations. The classroom and field training shall include instruction in: - Publications pertaining to helicopter operations - Aviation facilities certification . - Operational characteristics of helicopters. - Aviation Safety program. - Helicopter emergency situations and ship responses. - Night Vision Goggle (NVG) stage one classroom training. - Procedures and requirements for helicopter deck evolutions including: - launch and recovery. - personnel and cargo transfer. - VERTREP. - Hoisting, HIFR and MEDIVAC procedures.

HELO-SHIP INTF/FLT (INDIA) - MASL : P118304

HELICOPTER-SHIP INTERFACE AND FLIGHT TEST TECHNIQUES

1. Background of Trainees.

(a) Experimental Test Pilots qualified from Aircraft and Systems Testing Establishment (ASTE), Bangalore.

(b) Average experience on helicopters 1500+

(c) Operational experience in ship borne helicopter operations.

(d) Qualified day/night ashore and afloat on twin engine helicopters.

2. Course Duration. 4-6 weeks of ground sessions with Simulated flight time of 10 hours per trainee. The trainees should be provided with adequate course material for future use.

3. Course Content and Post-Course Requirements. On completion of the course, the trainees should achieve competency in the following topics:

(a) rodynamic considerations in helicopter deck modeling, layout and relevant specifications.

(b) Wind Envelope definition and testing of new ships and offshore platforms.

(c) Flight test techniques for ship-helo dynamic interface assessment

(d) Flow visualization and wake-mapping around hanger/superstructure on prototype heli-decks and on addition/modification to existing decks.

(e) Airframe structural considerations (tie downs under ship pitch and roll conditions, for example)

(f) Design specifications for heli-decks.

(g) Ship wind effects - flow visualizations, measurement, recording and instrumentation.

(h) Ship motion effects - instrumentation.

(i) Ship helicopter operating limitation development - methods, criteria.

(j) Introduction to modern ship-borne landing aids and their design specifications.

(k) Test techniques for evaluation of ship-borne landing aids and their installation/calibration techniques.

(l) Wind Envelope definition/testing of Carrier decks.

(m) Evaluation techniques of night vision devices for marine application.

(n) Introduction to ship-borne Unmanned rial Vehicle (UAV) flight testing concepts.

HEMISPHERIC DEF & SECURITY - MASL : B171810

The IADC is an international educational institution operating under the gis and funding of the OAS and the Inter-American Defense Board. It provides a professionally oriented, multidisciplinary, graduate-level course of study. This eleven-month program provides senior military and government officials with a comprehensive understanding of governmental systems, the current international environment, structure and function of the Inter-American system, and an opportunity to study broad based security issues affecting the Hemisphere and the world. The development of these concentrations is accomplished through the detailed study of political, economic, psychosocial, and military factors of power. The College takes advantage of the unparalleled educational and research facilities in the Washington D.C. area as well as external academic visits to the Americas. Faculty and students also engage in research and publishing.

The IADC is an international educational institution operating under the gis and funding of the OAS and the Inter-American Defense Board. It provides a professionally oriented, multidisciplinary, graduate-level course of study. This eleven-month program provides senior military and government officials with a comprehensive understanding of governmental systems, the current international environment, structure and function of the Inter-American system, and an opportunity to study broad based security issues affecting the Hemisphere and the world. The development of these concentrations is accomplished through the detailed study of political, economic, psychosocial, and military factors of power. The College takes advantage of the unparalleled educational and research facilities in the Washington D.C. area as well as external academic visits to the Americas. Faculty and students also engage in research and publishing.

HIGH ALT MNTN QUAL - ADV - MASL : B113222

This MASL is used when High Alt Mountain Qual - ADV is programmed.

HIGH FREQ(Deact-SeeTCC) - MASL : P132331

Trains personnel in the knowledge and skills to perform corrective and preventive maintenance on exterior shipboard HF communication system and equipment. Provides detailed theory of operation, fault isolation procedures, corrective and preventive maintenance of shipboard exterior HF communication system and equipment. 1. AN/URT-23 2. AN/URA-38 3. AN/URA-17 4. R-1051/URR 5. CV-2460 6. R-2368/URR. Also provides basic theory of operation, fault isolation procedures and familiarization with HF communication System. 1. Patch Panels 2. Switching Devices 3. Basic System Operation 4. Basic System Maintenance.

TRAINING DELIVERY METHOD: AUTOMATED ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM (C) - TRAINING IN A TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED FACE-TO-FACE CLASSROOM SETTING THAT MAY INVOLVE USE OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT.

HM-SCH BAS - MASL : P175504

Teaches the basic principles and techniques of emergency medical care, operational medicine, and nursing care procedures. Prepares personnel for duties as a general service hospital corpsman to function with the fleet operating units, the Fleet Marine Force (FMF), Medical Treatment Facilities (MTF), and further training. The course includes anatomy and physiology, medical mathematics, medical ethics, emergency medical care, operational medicine, preventive medicine, pharmacology and toxicology, nursing care procedures, and military requirements.

Prerequisites: Must be a high school graduate or GED equivalent. Have normal color perception. Must be physically qualified for transfer per MANMED and TRANSMAN. Applicant must be fully qualified to perform all duties required of the rate worldwide: wherever a billet or a mobilization requirement exists. An applicant for this program is acknowledging that, upon graduation, he/she will be available for a utilization tour assignment to any one of these billets worldwide. No individual will be accepted into the medical rating who has had a history of drug or alcohol abuse or incident. Waivers may be considered on a case by case basis and must include total times used, date of first usageand date of last usage. Submit applications to Bureau of Naval Personnel (PERS 4010), on NAVPERS 1306/7 per TRANSMAN.

HQWK PH III PIP OFFICER - MASL : B193658

In this course you will learn as a Commissioned Officer to perform duties as Tactical Control Officer and Platoon Leader in a Phase III HAWK Battery. Students are taught characteristics, capabilities, and functions of Phase III HAWK System. Daily checks, PCP operator functions, Missile Transfer, preventive maintenance, air battle management and system operations.

In this course you will learn as a Commissioned Officer to perform duties as Tactical Control Officer and Platoon Leader in a Phase III HAWK Battery. Students are taught characteristics, capabilities, and functions of Phase III HAWK System. Daily checks, PCP operator functions, Missile Transfer, preventive maintenance, air battle management and system operations.

HT-A-SCH (HULL MAINT TECH) - MASL : P145150

Provides the basic technical knowledge and skills in the following areas: soft soldering, sheet-metal layout and fabrication, oxyacetylene welding and cutting, silver brazing, shielded metal arc (SMA) welding, shielded gas metal arc (SGMA) welding, piping system layout and fabrication, valve and piping repair including insulation, 3-M, tag-out, fiberglass boat repair and collection, holding and transfer (CHT) systems.

HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST - MASL : B165524

UTILIZE SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS; PREPARE MILITARY CORRESPONDENCE; CASUALTY REPORTING; PREPARE PERSONNEL ACTIONS; PREPARE STRENGTH MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTING REPORTS; PREPARE PROMOTION ACTIONS; PREPARE REASSIGNMENT ACTIONS; PREPARE PERSONNEL ACCOUNTING ACTIONS; UTILIZE QUERY. THE COURSE ALSO INCLUDES A 72 HOUR FTX.

HUMAN RIGHTS INSTRUCTOR - MASL : B166150

In-depth discussions of relevant topics followed by practical exercises, topics to be explored include a human rights core block of instruction, to include ethics; the doctrine of just war; the historical development of human rights; case law; pertinent documents and principles; the relationship between human rights and the law of armed conflict, and a case studey on the My Lai massacre; performance-oriented instruction; learning analysis; test construction, and presentation techniques; seminar on current issues on human rights and practical exercises within a crisis operation center envorinment (all exercises are critiqued and terminated with thorough after action reviews).

HYBRID BSC CRS (BVR) - MASL : D111090

This course will produce qualified F-16C pilots with basic 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 F16A/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.

HYDRAULIC SYS COMPONENTS - MASL : P145024

Improve fleet maintenance readiness by providing training in basic theory of safe operation and troubleshooting of hydraulic systems. This course provides training in basic hydraulic system components with classroom instruction on hydraulic fluids, components, basic systems, schematic symbols, and troubleshooting. The laboratory provides training on the disassembly and reassembly of balanced piston and sliding spool pressure control valves; gear, vane and piston pumps; and troubleshooting hydraulic systems.

HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS & EQUIP - MASL : P145423

Review of hydraulic principles, components and circuitry, operation and maintenance of hydraulically operated tools, machinery and systems.

Prerequisite: Completion of Machinery Technician A (P122219).

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

ICAF - MASL : B171806

The Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF) is a component of the National Defense University. ICAF is the premier DoD Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) institution for national security resource management. ICAFs mission is to prepare selected military and civilians for strategic leadership and success in developing the national security strategy and in evaluating, marshalling, and managing resources in the execution of that strategy.

ICAFs 10-month academic program consists of two major components--core curriculum and electives/research. The core curriculum covers National Strategy and Resource Management for National Security. The academic year begins with a brief Introductory Thematic Term followed immediately by a full Second Term featuring National Security Policy and Strategy formulation and execution, Economics (Macroeconomics), as well as Regional Security Studies. The Third Term focuses on Military Strategy, Logistics, and Leadership. The Fourth Term provides a capstone to the years study devoted to Acquisition, Economics (Microeconomics), and Industry Studies. The Regional Security Studies, Industry Studies, and Elective programs enhance the integration of all four Terms for a comprehensive learning experience.

Upon successful completion of the Colleges requirements, qualified graduates earn a Master of Science degree in National Resource Strategy.

ICAF (SPECIAL)- CANADA - MASL : B171804

The Industrial College of the Armed Forces (ICAF) is a component of the National Defense University. ICAF is the premier DoD Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) institution for national security resource management. ICAFs mission is to prepare selected military and civilians for strategic leadership and success in developing the national security strategy and in evaluating, marshalling, and managing resources in the execution of that strategy.

ICAFs 10-month academic program consists of two major components--core curriculum and electives/research. The core curriculum covers National Strategy and Resource Management for National Security. The academic year begins with a brief Introductory Thematic Term followed immediately by a full Second Term featuring National Security Policy and Strategy formulation and execution, Economics (Macroeconomics), as well as Regional Security Studies. The Third Term focuses on Military Strategy, Logistics, and Leadership. The Fourth Term provides a capstone to the years study devoted to Acquisition, Economics (Microeconomics), and Industry Studies. The Regional Security Studies, Industry Studies, and Elective programs enhance the integration of all four Terms for a comprehensive learning experience.

Upon successful completion of the Colleges requirements, qualified graduates earn a Master of Science degree in National Resource Strategy.

ID FRIEND OR FOE (HAWK) RR - MASL : B193425

Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerance, troubleshoot and repair malfunctions in the electronic and logic assemblies, modules and circuits elements of Identification Friend or Foe. Use of the common and systems specific test equipment, mechanical and electro-mechanical repair, use of the technical manuals.Inspect, test and adjust components to specific tolerance, troubleshoot and repair malfunctions in the electronic and logic assemblies, modules and circuits elements of Identification Friend or Foe. Use of the common and systems specific test equipment, mechanical and electro-mechanical repair, use of the technical manuals.

IE DEVICE DEFEAT IEDD-T3 - MASL : B126002

Introduction. The purpose of the IEDD-T3 course is to train selected personnel for unit led IED Awareness Training (Train the Trainer). With a specially trained cadre of IED Awareness Instructors to conduct unit training, Commanders can be confident that Soldiers in their command will have a better understanding of how IEDs are deployed, how to identify potential IED sites and the TTPs required before, during and after and an IED threat. Commanders can develop the confidence and awareness in their Soldiers and Leaders prior to, and throughout, the units deployment.

Training is relative to both OIF and OEF deploying units.

IERW AVR (COMM CORE)-NTH - MASL : B113100

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

IERW OH-58A/C TRACK - ALL - MASL : B113103

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

IERW OH-58A/C TRACK - EN - MASL : B113175

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: Non-DOD and non-US students (IAW DOD agreement) may participate in this track.

IERW UH-60 TRACK - MASL : B113145

Course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the UH-60 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight tasks, combat skills flight tasks and safety factors appropriate to the track.Course is designed to provide the student with the necessary skills and knowledge required to achieve pilot qualification and designation as an Army combat aviator in the UH-60 aircraft system. Training includes physical and mental skills and knowledge objectives for basic rotary-wing flight maneuvers, emergency procedures, flight planning, instrument flight tasks, combat skills flight tasks and safety factors appropriate to the track.

IF PREPARATORY COURSE - MASL : B171805

The International Fellows Preparatory Course prepares the Fellows for the rigorous academic programs at NWC or ICAF and transitions the Fellow and his family into living in the Washington D.C. area. The first few days are devoted mainly to in processing and briefings on the metropolitan area. During the 8 weeks program from mid June to mid August, the Fellows will receive orientation briefings from many NDU organizations as well as several days of computer training and effective writing in English Classes. The Fellows also begin their Field Studies with trips to various locations within the United States. Families are included in most of the local orientation events to include bus tours, picnics and other social gatherings.

The International Fellows Preparatory Course prepares the Fellows for the rigorous academic programs at NWC or ICAF and transitions the Fellow and his family into living in the Washington D.C. area. The first few days are devoted mainly to in processing and briefings on the metropolitan area. During the 8 weeks program from mid June to mid August, the Fellows will receive orientation briefings from many NDU organizations as well as several days of computer training and effective writing in English Classes. The Fellows also begin their Field Studies with trips to various locations within the United States. Families are included in most of the local orientation events to include bus tours, picnics and other social gatherings.

IFF OPERATION/MAINT (KS) - MASL : P179475

IFF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (KOREA)

Purpose: To provide training necessary to operate and maintain AN/UPX-29 Interrogator System and associated Mark XII IFF equipment in order to perform preventive and corrective maintenance under all conditions of readiness, in port and underway.

The course will provide knowledge and skills needed to operate the AN/UPX-29(V) Interrogator System and other related Mark XII IFF equipment. Subjects addressed by the course include Interrogator System AN/UPX-29(V) System Description and Process Flow, Digital Interrogator Set AN/UPX-37, Radar Test Set AN/UPM-155, Interrogator Set AN/UPX-24(V) and its major subassemblies:

a) Processor-Controller CP-1273/UPX-24, b)Control Monitor C10065/UPX-24, c)Control-Indicator C10064/UPX-24, d)Alarm Monitors BZ-173A/UPA-59(V) Antenna Group OE-120/UPX and its major sub-assemblies: a)Antenna AS-3134/UPX, b)Programmer, Antenna Position CV-3372/UPX, c)Control, Antenna C-10063/UPX, RF Switching Group AN/UPA-61 and its major sub-assemblies: a)Control Monitor Unit C-8834/UPA-61, b)Electronic Switch SA-1807/UPA-61.

The course will also provide knowledge and skills needed to perform documented preventive and corrective maintenance on the AN/UPX-29(V) Interrogator System and other related Mark XII IFF equipment. Subjects addressed by the course include Interrogator System AN/UPX-29(V) System Description and Process Flow, Digital Interrogator Set AN/UPX-37, Radar Test Set AN/UPM-155, Interrogator Set AN/UPX-24(V) and its major subassemblies:

a) Processor-Controller CP-1273/UPX-24, b)Control Monitor C10065/UPX-24, )Control-Indicator

C10064/UPX-24, d)Alarm Monitors BZ-173A/UPA-59(V) Antenna Group OE-120/UPX and its major sub-assemblies: a)Antenna AS-3134/UPX, b)Programmer, Antenna Position CV-3372/UPX, c)Control, Antenna C-10063/UPX, RF Switching Group AN/UPA-61 and its major sub-assemblies: a)Control Monitor Unit C-8834/UPA-61, b)Electronic Switch SA-1807/UPA-61.

Maximum Class Size: 12 students

Method of teaching: Classroom and some interactive computer work.

Prerequisites:

General knowledge in electronics

Security Clearance of SECRET

Normal color vision

Invitational Travel Orders required

Minimum ECL Score of 70%

IHSAP-CAT A - MASTERS DEG - MASL : P169265

IHSAP is a 36 semester hour non-thesis Master of Science in Hydrographic Science degree offered by The University of Southern Mississippi (USM).

Students enter the program in the fall semester and complete 15 hours of classroom and laboratory studies. Instruction continues with another 15 hours of lecture and laboratory coursework in the spring semester. During the summer semester, there are 6 hours of lecture and practical instruction that ends with a hydrographic field project.

The hydrography curriculum has received Category "A" Certification from the International Federation of Surveyors/International Hydrographic Organization Advisory Board on Standards of Competence for Hydrographic Surveyors.

Students seeking admission to the degree program must (1) meet the general admission and academic requirements for all graduate programs as outlined in USM s Graduate Bulletin, (2) complete the Graduate Record Examination, (3) complete the Test of English as a Foreign Language, (4) have a 3.0 or better grade point average for the last two years of undergraduate study, (5) have letters of recommendation sent by three individuals, and (6) submit a two to three page letter of intent expressing their academic, research, and career goals.

The classes are conducted in the USM Department of Marine Sciences facilities located at Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, which is 40 miles (64 km) east of New Orleans, Louisiana, and 35 miles (56 km) west of Gulfport, Mississippi. There is no public or government transportation available. Students should be prepared to coordinate or provide their own transportation from their billeting area to Stennis Space Center during their participation in IHSAP. Students without dependents are required to live at the Navy Construction Battalion Center, Gulfport if bachelor officer quarters are available.

Additional information about the Master of Science in Hydrographic Science degree can be found at the Naval Oceanographic Office Home Page (www.navo.navy.mil) and the USM Department of Marine Sciences Home Page (www.marine.usm.edu).

ILE-CT CLS 001/06 - MASL : B17177T

Common core: Reasoning and decision-making ability; character; self-expression; teamwork; problem recognition; determination of basic issues; obtain necessary information for a solution; understand and properly apply principles; analyze problems using available information and arrive at logical solutions or decision with reasonable speed; communicate reasoning and decisions with faculty both orally and in writing; know how to supervise and ensure proper execution; sound doctrine and procedures; developing logical, practical, and original reasoning ability in military problem solving; development of intellectual honesty, integrity, and professional values and standards. AOWC: Information operations (IO); battle space appreciation; component roles and responsibilities; shaping, decisive, and enabling operations at the tactical level, including asymmetric and urban operations; warfighting experiential learning applications; competency[based curriculum, and case study analysis, and advanced campaign planning for joint and unified operations.

ILE-CT CLS 002/06 - MASL : B17179T

Common core: Reasoning and decision-making ability; character; self-expression; teamwork; problem recognition; determination of basic issues; obtain necessary information for a solution; understand and properly apply principles; analyze problems using available information and arrive at logical solutions or decision with reasonable speed; communicate reasoning and decisions with faculty both orally and in writing; know how to supervise and ensure proper execution; sound doctrine and procedures; developing logical, practical, and original reasoning ability in military problem solving; development of intellectual honesty, integrity, and professional values and standards. AOWC: Information operations (IO); battle space appreciation; component roles and responsibilities; shaping, decisive, and enabling operations at the tactical level, including asymmetric and urban operations; warfighting experiential learning applications; competency[based curriculum, and case study analysis, and advanced campaign planning for joint and unified operations.

INDOCTRINATION - MASL : P119324

TO FAMILIARIZE AND INDOCTRINATE OFFICER AND ENLISTED AIRCREWMAN WITH THE AVIATION COMMUNITY TO WHICH THEY ARE BEING TRAINED.

SCOPE: THIS COURSE CONSISTS OF FORMAL CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION, LECTURES AND OTHER RELATED MEDIA TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH THE APPROPRIATE INFORMATION ON NAVY/MARINE, BASE AND SQUADRON REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, LOCAL AREA RECREATION, EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES, AND A BASIC OVERVIEW OF THE SYLLABUS TRAINING IN WHICH THEY WILL RECEIVE, TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE AND EFFICENT USE OF TIME AT THE FRS AND TO REDUCE ADMINISTRATIVE PROBLEMS WHILE IN THE SYLLABUS.

INDUSTRIAL FAMILIARZ (KS) - MASL : P179476

INDUSTRIAL FAMILIARIZATION

Purpose: This course provides the knowledge, and skills that enable students to fulfill the ITT billets performance requirements.

This course provides the student AWS/ACS System Test Training on Stage 3-6 Ship Test Procedures (or Equivalent) on the KDX III Equipment and Computer Program at the PTC and CSEDS.

Method of teaching: Hands-on Training

Prerequisites: Successful Completion of ITT Classroom Training

Security Clearance of SECRET

Normal color vision

Invitational Travel Orders required

ECL Score of 70%

INF BOLC III-CT CLS 003/06 - MASL : B12128T

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

INF BOLC III-CT CLS 004/06 - MASL : B12120T

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

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFO: This course is Phase II of the Infantry Officer Basic Course. Phase I is conducted at Ft. Benning for all newly commissioned lieutenants. Phase II for Infantry officers is also conducted at Ft. Benning. Phase II for other lieutenants will be conducted at their respective branch schools.

INF CCC-CT CLS 004/06 - MASL : B17169T

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

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: This course is part 1 of a 2 part Captains Career course. The first phase will be conducted at Ft. Benning and the second phase will be conducted at Ft Leavenworth. After the students complete phase one, they move to Ft Leavenworth in a TDY & return status. After the completion of phase two, they will return to Ft Benning for Graduation.

INFANTRY BASIC OFFICER LEADER - MASL : B121260

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

INFANTRY CAPTAINS CAREER COURSE - MASL : B17171T

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

Special Information:

SPECIAL INFORMATION: This course is part 1 of a 2 part Captains Career course. The first phase will be conducted at Ft. Benning and the second phase will be conducted at Ft Leavenworth. After the students complete phase one, they move to Ft Leavenworth in a TDY & return status. After the completion of phase two, they will return to Ft Benning for Graduation.

INFANTRY MORTAR PLATOON - MASL : B121183

Tactical Emploment of the Infantry Mortar Platoon; Fire Support Planning; mechanical training and live fire exercises; forward observation procedures; maintenance; survey techniques.

INFANTRY OFFICER ADVANCED - MASL : B171700

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

INFANTRY OFFICER CRS USMC - MASL : P121008

*** THIS COURSE IS A PREPREQUISITE FOR P121855, LIGHT ARMORED VEH OFF/SNCO, M10H3W2.***

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

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREPREQUISITE FOR P121855, LIGHT ARMORED VEH OFF/SNCO, M10H3W2.

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER - MASL : P121034

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

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P121036, "INFANTRY UNIT LEADERS COURSE (M03H5K4)

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER CRS - MASL : P121035

INFANTRY SQUAD LEADER CRS

This program of instruction provides a Marine with the knowledge and skills required of an 0311, Infantry Squad Leader. A Marine receives training in communications, train the trainer, troop leading, infantry rifle company weapons, scouting and patrolling, offensive and defensive tactics and techniques, and mobility. Upon completion of this course, a Marine is capable of performing as a rifle squad leader in an infantry rifle platoon.

Prerequisites: Student must be a Corporal or Sergeant (E-4 or E-5). A student must not have any personal, legal, or medical issues that would interfere with their ability to successfully complete the course. A student must meet Marine Corps height, weight, and body fat standards and must be capable of passing the Marine Corps physical fitness test.

THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P121037, "INFANTRY UNIT LEADERS COURSE (M10H5K2).

INFANTRY UNIT LEADER CRS - MASL : P121036

This course provides the knowledge and skills required by an Infantry Unit Leader to perform as a rifle platoon sergeant, weapons platoon sergeant, machinegun section leader, heavy machine gun platoon sergeant, 60mm mortar section leader, 81mm mortar section, leader, Javelin section leader, anti-armor platoon sergeant, and anti-tank (TOW) section leader. Student will receive training and education in machine guns and machinegun gunnery; mortars and mortar gunnery; anti-armor weapons and anti-armor operations; leadership planning process; law of land warfare, anti-terrorism force protection, written communications, verbal communications, military justice, and personnel administration; section and platoon leadership; platoon/company defense tactics; platoon/company offensive tactics; platoon patrolling; and fire support.

Prerequisites: SSgt Sergeant (E-6) - Gunnery Sergeant (E-7).

Must be capable of passing the Marine Corps physical fitness test.

INFANTRYMAN BNCOC - MASL : B129907

Infantryman BNCOC is broke down into two parts: CMF 11 common Infantry training and CMF 11B specific training. CMF 11 Common Infantry Training includes: Pre-course examination; day and night land navigation; virtual and constructive simulations (CCTT, J-CATS, and the EST 2000); Advance Infantry Marksmanship Training (AIMSS); tactical employment of machine guns; FBCB2; forward observer procedures; and maintenance procedures. CMF 11B specific Infantryman training includes: Combat operations (FTX); PLGR; Javelin; squad battle drills; demolitions; and End of Course Exam.

INFO SPEC (JOURNALIST) - MASL : B164592

This course is designed to provide instruction in the theory, concepts and principles of community relations within the military public environment; the interaction of military/civilian publics; introduction to research methods; fundamentals of print journalism to include acceptable media English as it applies to newswriting with emphasis on style, format and techniques; newspaper feature leads, headlines, copy structure and organization, news stories, instruction unique to each military service; newspaper production, layout and design; basic operation of the digital camera, photojournalism skills; and writing for radio broadcast.

INFO SYS MT(Deact-See TCC) - MASL : P145037

INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

To provide journeyman level instruction on organizational and system maintenance for shipboard and ashore end-to-end information systems, including Global Command and Control System (GCCS) and Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) related components.

SCOPE: Instructional areas include Local and Wide Area Networks, desktop computers, Tactical Advanced Computer-Three (TAC-3), Tactical Advanced Computer-Four (TAC-4), Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS), Satellite Communications (SATCOM) peripheral devices, ON-143(V)6, Generic Front-end Communications Processor (GFCP), Link Converters, Fiber Optic repair, XYLAN OMNI switch, and Advanced Technical Information Support System (ATIS). Provides a working level knowledge of Windows NT, UNIX, Cisco Internetworking Operating Systems (IOS) and an overview of Global Command and Control System (GCCS) and Naval Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) applications. Provides instruction on initial system setup, basic administration and operational checks on the various systems.

INFO SYS OPNS PREPARATORY (53A) - MASL : B155435

Signal organizations and hierarchy, telecommunications and electronics fundamentals, Army and Joint information systems, planning, implementation and management of data networks (computer and computer networks).Signal organizations and hierarchy, telecommunications and electronics fundamentals, Army and Joint information systems, planning, implementation and management of data networks (computer and computer networks).

INFO SYS SECURITY MANAGER - MASL : P155411

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY MANAGEMENT COURSE M09D3H1

This course introduces the distinct aspects of Information Systems Security (INFOSEC): confidentiality, integrity, and availability. Practical experience is provided in identifying threats and vulnerabilities associated with sensitive information stored in information systems and providing safeguards against unauthorized access, modification, destruction, and denial of services. Topics presented include: system security plan, risk assessment, contingency planning, security test and evaluation, certification and accreditation, physical security, malicious code protection, sensitive data handling procedures, incident response, multiple platform level security requirements, system auditing, user and administrator security training, and development of a security awareness program.

Course Prerequisites

E-6 through E-8. Officers and civilians whose primary or additional duties include Information Assurance may attend. Complete the Senior Career Course. ITO must include security clearance to attend. Must complete the Information Assurance Distance Learning Course (DI5510).

INFO SYS TECH CLASS A - MASL : P139361

INFO SYS TECH CLASS A

To provide the basic knowledge and skills required to enable personnel to perform at the "job entry" or apprentice level in the IT rating.

Execute information transfer with state-of-the-art multi-media technology such as fiber optics, digital microwave, and tactical and commercial satellites on a global basis; operate, manage and provide hardware and software support to multimedia Automated Information Systems (AIS) to include: mainframes, mini and microcomputers, Local Area Networks (LAN s), Wide Area Networks (WAN s), and telecommunication; apply diagnostic and restoral techniques utilizing knowledge of electronic and operational system theory; advise on capabilities, limitations, and condition of equipment; implement production control procedures including input/output quality control support; implement and monitor security procedures; performassigned mission organizational level maintenance and repai of Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence Systems.

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT APR - MASL : D161005

This course is designed to provide training for personnel in AFSC 3A031. Information presented in the E3ABR3A031 00AB course includes the following five blocks: Introduction to Information Management, Office Automation Software, Content Development and Management, Information Management Functions and Electronic Communications, and Network Infrastructure.

INFORMATION OPS-SPANISH - MASL : B129201

Common baseline of of IO knowledge upon which to correctly and legally employ IO tools and techniques; five foundational elements of IO integration and coherence: intelligence and exploitation; information projection; information protection, and organization, training, and equipping; including a combination of instructor lectures; guest speakers, and guided discussions; mandated minimum of 12 hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.Common baseline of of IO knowledge upon which to correctly and legally employ IO tools and techniques; five foundational elements of IO integration and coherence: intelligence and exploitation; information projection; information protection, and organization, training, and equipping; including a combination of instructor lectures; guest speakers, and guided discussions; mandated minimum of 12 hours of instruction of human rights; the rule of law; due process; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSE - MASL : D155065

COURSE DESCRIPTION *BLOCK I - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECURITY Students will learn how to defend against tactics used by computer criminals (commonly called hackers) to infiltrate computer systems to gather personal/company information (data, video, audio). They will learn how to combat an attack on a computer network to prevent malicious programs (viruses, Spyware, etc.) from taking over a network. Customer service training will help students better understand customers to achieve a more cohesive working environment. *BLOCK II - COMPUTER SYSTEM BASICS Students will be taught the history of computers. Students will learn how computers work and how they continuously change. They will receive a brief introduction to Artificial Intelligence [(AI), neural networks, remote agents, etc.]. *BLOCK III - WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEMS Students will learn how to install and use the most common Windows operating systems: DOS, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. By the end of this block, each student will be able to independently install, configure and use each of these operating systems. *BLOCK IV APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE Students will learn how to install and use Microsoft Office 2000 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), Adobe Reader, WinZip, Anti-Virus software, Anti-Spyware software, CD-reproduction software (also called burning or recording software), scanner software and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs). They will also learn how to operate the Smart Board system (www.Smarttech.com), which allows personnel to enhance any presentation or class. In addition, the course includes a non-technical basic survival PC troubleshooting section to help students troubleshoot their computers.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS OPERATOR-ANALYST - MASL : B155450

Instruction will include the following topics: microcomputer software, operat-ing systems, software utilities, assembly/disassembly of microcomputers, data communications, local area networks (LANS), tactical LANS, problem solving structured design techniques, database system design and development (programming), error recovery, data security, Defense Message System, computer configuration, operation and maintenance, and network configuration and troubleshooting.Instruction will include the following topics: microcomputer software, operat-ing systems, software utilities, assembly/disassembly of microcomputers, data communications, local area networks (LANS), tactical LANS, problem solving structured design techniques, database system design and development (programming), error recovery, data security, Defense Message System, computer configuration, operation and maintenance, and network configuration and troubleshooting.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS OPERATOR-ANALYST BNCOC - MASL : B155460

The student will receive training consisting of instruction in MOS specific technical training. The course will provide the student with MOS specific training that will consist of computer technology; data communications; communications security; routing network academy theory and practices (CISCO) Part 1-4; Window 2000 operating system domains and server functions and the Unix/Solaris operating system, system admin/network manager security; the Tactical Internet Manager system (TIMs) for the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2), Enhanced Position Location Reporting System (EPLRS), Single Channel Ground & Airborne Radio system (SINCGARS), Precision Lightweight Global Positioning System Receiver (PLGRs), the Near Term Digital Radio (NTDR); Defense Message System (DMS) with particular emphasis on Operating System Administration (OSA), problem solving using structured design techniques for a 5th generation Database Management System (DBMS); site maintenance; plans and operations. The student will receive training consisting of instruction in MOS specific technical training. The course will provide the student with MOS specific training that will consist of computer technology; data communications; communications security; routing network academy theory and practices (CISCO) Part 1-4; Window 2000 operating system domains and server functions and the Unix/Solaris operating system, system admin/network manager security; the Tactical Internet Manager system (TIMs) for the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2), Enhanced Position Location Reporting System (EPLRS), Single Channel Ground & Airborne Radio system (SINCGARS), Precision Lightweight Global Positioning System Receiver (PLGRs), the Near Term Digital Radio (NTDR); Defense Message System (DMS) with particular emphasis on Operating System Administration (OSA), problem solving using structured design techniques for a 5th generation Database Management System (DBMS); site maintenance; plans and operations.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS OPNS - MASL : D156011

This course is designed to provide personnel for AFSC 3C031. Information presented includes Communications and Information Systems Fundamentals, Computer and Network Fundamentals, UNIX Operating System Fundamentals, Client Operating System Fundamentals, Network Operating System Fundamentals, and Network Management Fundamentals. The client operating system and the networking operating system are Microsoft Windows 2003 Server with Exchange Server and Network Operating System Fundamentals Microsoft Windows 2003 Professional.

INITIAL NAV AV SURV TRNG - MASL : P117433

Required appropriate Initial Naval Survival training per OPNAVINST 3710.7S for enlisted aircrew students, prospective military/civilian ronautically designated personnel, exchange aircrew, and both U.S. Military and Foreign services.

SCOPE: Provides basic introductory training per OPNAVINST 3710.7S. The course includes an Overview of the Naval Aviation Survival Training Program, classroom instruction on Aviation Physiology, an appropriate Low Pressure Chamber brief/flight (exception: prospective helicopter aircrew), Stress and Human performance presentation, classroom presentation and laboratory evolution on Sensory Physiology, class and lab on Combat/Survival First (SELF) Aid, class and lab on Aviation Survival Swim Skills, class and lab on Underwater Problem Solving Skills, class and lab on Multiplace Aircraft Underwater Egress skills, class and lab on Extended Sea Survival, and a written final examination.

Learning Center: #8 - FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION

INSPECTOR GENERAL - MASL : B176000

PROVIDES DETAILED INSPECTORS GENERAL, ASSISSTANT INSPECTORS GENERAL AND OTHER QUALIFIED ERSONNEL INSTRUCTION ON THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES AND ISSUES RELATING TO THE INSPECTOR GENERAL SYSTEM IN THE ARMY. THE COURSE EXAMINES BASIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES PERTAINING TO THE MISSION, DUTIES, INVESTIGATIONS, INSPECTIONS, TEACHING AND TRAINING. PRACTICAL EXERCISES ILLUSTRATE ALL ASPECTS OF INSPECTOR GENERAL FUNCTIONS AND ENHANCE STUDENT ABILITY TO MAKE THE TRANSITION FROM CLASSROOM THEORY TO OPERATIONAL APPLICATION.PROVIDES DETAILED INSPECTORS GENERAL, ASSISSTANT INSPECTORS GENERAL AND OTHER QUALIFIED ERSONNEL INSTRUCTION ON THE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES AND ISSUES RELATING TO THE INSPECTOR GENERAL SYSTEM IN THE ARMY. THE COURSE EXAMINES BASIC POLICIES AND PROCEDURES PERTAINING TO THE MISSION, DUTIES, INVESTIGATIONS, INSPECTIONS, TEACHING AND TRAINING. PRACTICAL EXERCISES ILLUSTRATE ALL ASPECTS OF INSPECTOR GENERAL FUNCTIONS AND ENHANCE STUDENT ABILITY TO MAKE THE TRANSITION FROM CLASSROOM THEORY TO OPERATIONAL APPLICATION.

INSTR FLIGHT EXAMINER PREP - MASL : B113059

Course Scope:

THIS COURSE CONSISTS OF UH-1FS IFR FLIGHT AND ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION. ACADEMIC AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTION IS CONDUCTED IN A MANNER WHICH MEETS ATM PROFICIENCY STANDARDS.

INSTRUCTIONAL SYS MAT DEV - MASL : D166023

The course trains personnel in educational and training activities to apply instructional systems development procedures using the AF Instructional Systems Designer (ISD) model. The scope of training includes the analysis, design, development, and implementation phases of ISD. It further incorporates quality measures that are associated with training development and presents information regarding managing ISD efforts by using information and evaluation management tools. The course curriculum involves students in working groups, peer teaching, discussion, and informal lectues based on case studies. The instructional design of this course is group paced.

INSTRUCTOR - MASL : D309004

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.

INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT CRS - MASL : P166435

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

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Students will be making two performance-based presentations during the course, which are to be based on training materials they currently are using or expect to be using.

INSTRUCTOR DEVELOPMENT CRS - MASL : P166425

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

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Students will be making two performance-based presentations during the course, which are to be based on training materials they currently are using or expect to be using.

INSTRUCTOR PILOT/ * - MASL : D301030

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.

INSTRUCTOR TNG COURSE - MASL : B179948

Instructor TrainingInstructor Training

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B179916

The course is designed to teach personnel selected as instructors how to prepare and present a quality training session. The course emphasizes learning by doing. The course presents definitions, terminology, and instructional methods used to present instruction. The course contains lessons and exercises that allow students to experience, first hand, how to prepare and present an effective training session. The course also addresses how instructors motivate students and help solve performance problems using positive reinforcement and counseling.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B179935

This MASL is used for instructor training.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B179927

This MASL will be used when Instructor Training is programmed.This MASL will be used when Instructor Training is programmed.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B179920

This MASL is used when Instructor Trianing at the Aviation School, Fort Rucker Alabama is programmed.This MASL is used when Instructor Trianing at the Aviation School, Fort Rucker Alabama is programmed.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B179919

Totrain students in the skills required for platform classroom instructors. Instruction is given on communication skills, lesson organization, preparation of the introduction and summary, questioning techniques, use of training aids, learning principles and after action review methods. Students are evaluated on their ability to present a formal, 50-minute class, during their second week of training.Totrain students in the skills required for platform classroom instructors. Instruction is given on communication skills, lesson organization, preparation of the introduction and summary, questioning techniques, use of training aids, learning principles and after action review methods. Students are evaluated on their ability to present a formal, 50-minute class, during their second week of training.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B179910

The Army Instructor Training Course (TAITC) is a comprehensive core course that trains Active and Reserve Component instructors to deliver battle-focused training in the The Army School System (TASS). The TAITC is designed for delivery in the traditional classroom setting or via distance learning.

The TAITC consists of planning, preparing, and presenting Army training. The basic method for Army instructors is previewing and presenting the task, practicing the task, and performing the task to standard during evaluation. This method is enhanced during this course by applying a variety of presentation and practice methods and training techniques. The course also addresses how instructors motivate soldiers and solve soldier performance problems using positive reinforcement, on-the-spot corrections, and soldiers counseling.

The TAITC stresses standardization in format and content. The course provides the instructor with standardized references and lesson plans for presenting instruction, a Training Support Package with visuals for multi-media use, and practical exercise and presentation evaluation forms.

The Army Instructor Training Course (TAITC) is a comprehensive core course that trains Active and Reserve Component instructors to deliver battle-focused training in the The Army School System (TASS). The TAITC is designed for delivery in the traditional classroom setting or via distance learning.

The TAITC consists of planning, preparing, and presenting Army training. The basic method for Army instructors is previewing and presenting the task, practicing the task, and performing the task to standard during evaluation. This method is enhanced during this course by applying a variety of presentation and practice methods and training techniques. The course also addresses how instructors motivate soldiers and solve soldier performance problems using positive reinforcement, on-the-spot corrections, and soldiers counseling.

The TAITC stresses standardization in format and content. The course provides the instructor with standardized references and lesson plans for presenting instruction, a Training Support Package with visuals for multi-media use, and practical exercise and presentation evaluation forms.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING - MASL : B279913

Covers course objectives and requirements, student and instructor roles and responsibilities, TAITC definitions, adult communications and learning theories, training session development concepts, and instructor methodologies presented by students through practical exercise and presentations.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE - MASL : B179915

This MASL will be used when Instructor Training Course is programmed.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE - MASL : B179907

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INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE - MASL : B175218

Emphasis is placed on the Systems Approach to Training process, communication skills, audiovisual support, writing lesson plans in the ASAT format, writing objectives, writing test items, and presenting instruction.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE - MASL : B179934

This MASL is used when Instructor Training Course is required. This MASL is used when Instructor Training Course is required.

INSTRUCTOR TRNG (JIT) AEC - MASL : P166313

Totrain selected Navy, Marine Corps and DOD civilian personnel, including students of allied nations, in the techniques and principles of instruction applicable to the formal school environment. Four performance examinations are delivered by each student.

SCOPE: Course content includes the Navy training program; objective, test item, and lesson development; theories and laws of learning; instructional methods and techniques; role of technology; instructor evaluation; factors affecting learning and student motivation and academic guidance and counseling techniques.

PREREQUISITES: Officer and enlisted personnel selected for instructor duty in group-paced courses (NEC 9502). Personnel must meet general enlisted instructor selection and assignment criteria in NAVPERS 15909 (Chapter 10). All personnel must comply with physical fitness requirements of OPNAVINST 6110.1 SERIES prior to transfer. Documentation of Instructor Screening must be made in members service record prior to transfer.

This course is open to all rates.

INSTRUCTOR TRNG (JIT) AEC - MASL : P166175

INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY CONTINUUM (IDC) JOURNEYMAN INSTRUCTOR TRAINING (JIT) AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM (C)

Purpose: To train Navy, Marine Corps, DoD civilians (civil service), other DoD personnel and allied foreign nationals in the application of principles of learning; instructional methods, strategies, and techniques; and, the effective communication, oral questioning, and presentation techniques appropriate to basic instructional advanced technical classroom and/or other learning environments. A progressive series of performance activities allow students to demonstrate proficiency in the required knowledge and skills of an entry-level instructor.

Scope: Instructor Training (JIT) qualification course available to all DoD and AFN personnel with a demonstrated requirement for training. SNEC 9502 awarded to Navy personnel upon successful completion.

Note: IT is completed on a local server through the Internet. POC for seat reservations for Groton is Mr. Maikranz Comm 1 860 694-5771 DSN 694-5771

INSTRUCTOR TRNG (JIT) AEC - MASL : P166311

Totrain selected Navy, Marine Corps and DOD civilian personnel, including students of allied nations, in the techniques and principles of instruction applicable to the formal school environment. Three performance examinations are delivered by each student and two knowledge tests are given. SCOPE: Course content includes the Navy training program; objective, test item, and lesson development; theories and laws of learning; instructional methods and techniques; instructional media; instructor evaluation; factors affecting learning and student motivation and academic guidance and counseling techniques. PREREQUISITES: This course is open to all rates, Officer and enlisted personnel, who have been selected for instructor duty in group-paced courses. Personnel must meet general enlisted instructor selection and assignment criteria in NAVPERS 15909 (Chapter 10).

Note: IT is completed on a local server through the Internet.

INSTRUCTOR TRNG (JIT) AEC - MASL : P166312

Totrain selected Navy, Marine Corps and DOD civilian personnel, including students of allied nations, in the techniques and principles of instruction applicable to the formal school environment. Four performance examinations are delivered by each student.

SCOPE: Course content includes the Navy training program; objective, test item, and lesson development; theories and laws of learning; instructional methods and techniques; instructional media; instructor evaluation; factors affecting learning and student motivation and academic guidance and counseling techniques.

PREREQUISITES: Officer and enlisted personnel selected for instructor duty in group-paced courses (NEC 9502). Personnel must meet general enlisted instructor selection and assignment criteria in NAVPERS 15909 (Chapter 10). All personnel must comply with physical fitness requirements of OPNAVINST 6110.1 SERIES prior to transfer. Documentation of Instructor Screening must be made in members service record prior to transfer.

This course is open to all rates.

INSTRUCTOR TRNG (JIT) PERF - MASL : P166316

JOURNEYMAN INSTRUCTOR TRAINING (JIT) - The Performance portion of A-012-0077 - taught in conjunction with the CBT portion taught at NITC - P166309.

INSTRUCTOR TRNG(JIT) (CBT) - MASL : P166309

Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT)

Purpose: To train Navy, Marine Corps, DoD civilians (civil service), other DoD personnel and allied foreign nationals in the application of principles of learning; instructional methods, strategies, and techniques; and, the effective communication, oral questioning, and presentation techniques appropriate to basic instructional advanced technical classroom and/or other learning environments.

Prerequisites: All personnel must comply with physical fitness requirements of OPNAVINST 6110.1 series prior to transfer. Documentation of Instructor Screening must be made in member s service record prior to transfer.

Note: It is strongly recommended that students complete Workspace Trainer Qualification Program (MASL P166308) prior to entry into JIT.

Note: This is the Computer Based portion of the formal USN course A-021-0077 taught by contractors. The Performance portion of A-021-0077 is taught at CNL Det Corry Station.

INSTRUCTOR-SPANISH - MASL : B179117

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

INT FIELD RADIO OPERATOR - MASL : P132825

Field radio operators employ radio to send and receive messages. Typical duties include: the set up and tuning of radio equipment, including antennas and power sources; establishing contact with distant stations; processing and logging of messages; making changes to frequencies or cryptographic codes; and maintaining equipment at the first echelon.

Course prerequisites

E-1 through E-4. Although this course is unclassified, a secret clearance is required to access the facility where the training is conducted. ITO must include security clearance.

INT OFR TACT INTEL - EUCOM - MASL : B172612

The training includes the tasks, responsibilities, and skills necessary to perform the basic duties of the 35D, All-Source Intelligence Officer. Subjects include: The Intelligence Cycle, Contemporary Operational Environment (COE) Overview, OPFOR Tactics, Military Intelligence Company Systems and Tactical Employment, Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield, Targeting, Reconnaissance and Surveillance Planning, Processing, Application of the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP), Unmanned rial Vehicle (UAV) Orientation, and a Tactical Operations Center Exercise (TOCEX).The training includes the tasks, responsibilities, and skills necessary to perform the basic duties of the 35D, All-Source Intelligence Officer. Subjects include: The Intelligence Cycle, Contemporary Operational Environment (COE) Overview, OPFOR Tactics, Military Intelligence Company Systems and Tactical Employment, Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield, Targeting, Reconnaissance and Surveillance Planning, Processing, Application of the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP), Unmanned rial Vehicle (UAV) Orientation, and a Tactical Operations Center Exercise (TOCEX).

INT TRACKED VEHICLE RPR - MASL : P144001

ASSAULT AMPHIB REPAIR INTR

The course encompasses mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems for advanced diagnostics and repair for Assault Amphibian Family of Vehicles. Additionally, students will study employment of the AAV Recovery Vehicle for recovery and maintenance operations. Moreover, this is taught to ensure current doctrinal procedures and techniques are combined to meet the demands of the Fleet Marine Force Assault Amphibian Vehicle community.

INTEL OFF ADV-CT CLS 004/6 - MASL : B17252T

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

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

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

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

INTEL OFF ADV-CT CLS 005/6 - MASL : B17254T

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

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

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

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

INTEL OFF ADV-CT CLS 006/6 - MASL : B17256T

Course Scope:

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

Special Information:

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

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

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

INTELLIGENCE IN COMBATTING TERRORISM - MASL : B172600

Legal considerations in combatting terrorism and force protection; background and history of terrorism; terrorist ideological motivations; terrorist organizational structures; state support to terrorist groups; terrorist strategy and tactics; analytical methods for examining terrorist groups; terrorist threat assessment for military installations and deploying units; terrorist use of weapons of mass destruction.

INTELLIGENCE OFFICER - MASL : B172750

Employment of the tactical intelligence cycle: intelligence preparation of the battlefield; use of tactical counterintelligence; security of intelligence information and operations; threat analysis; internal defense and development; and training in automated data processing in support of intelligence operations; minimum eight hours of instruction on human rights; due process; the rule of law; civilian control of the military, and the role of the military in a democratic society.

INTELLIGENCE/ * - MASL : D302032

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.

INTERF FUNC IOP MAINT (KS) - MASL : P179369

INTERFACE FUNCTION IOP MAINTENANCE (KOREA)

To provide knowledge and skills required to carry out organizational level maintenance on the equipment: preventive maintenance and corrective maintenance (fault detection, fault isolation and fault elimination). This course will provide the following:

System Description - General description of arrangement; Physical description of system and subassemblies; Interface Description (what connects to what); Functional Description (system level)

Functiional Description of each subassembly.

Preventive maintenance procedures - Description and practice. Failure analysis.

Corrective maintenance procedures - Description and practice. Fault detection. Fault Isolation. Fault elimination.

Special Note: The location of this training is determined by the designated shipyard.

Prerequisite: Basic electronics skills

INTERIOR ELECTRICIAN - MASL : B174110

MOS specific training, and field training exercise (FTX). MOS specific training includes safety, basic mathematics, construction print reading, selection and use of electrical tools, materials, and the installation and testing of interior electrical circuits. The FTX is a reinforcement of CET and MOS specific tasks.

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL EDUC - MASL : B171768

Doctrine and principles of combat, combat support, and combat service support functions. The student will know doctrine and tactics, apply techniques, know staff procedures, and be capable of serving as a member of, or of leading, a high performing staff organization.Doctrine and principles of combat, combat support, and combat service support functions. The student will know doctrine and tactics, apply techniques, know staff procedures, and be capable of serving as a member of, or of leading, a high performing staff organization.

INTERMEDIATE LVL EDUCATION - MASL : B171425

Doctrine and Principles of combat service support functions; doctrine and tactics; apply techniques; know staff procedures and be capable of serving as a member of, or leading, a high performing staff organization; organization tour of the United States during which students visit major military installations, service schools and Washington, DC; university and post-graduate level of instruction; mandated minimum of 40 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.

INTERMEDIATE SYS ACQUIS DL - MASL : B154010

Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A, uses computer-based training to prepare mid-level acquisition professionals to work in integrated product teams by understanding systems acquisition principles and processes. Both ACQ 201A and ACQ 201B are required for DAWIA certification.

Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will:

- enhance their knowledge of the business, technical, and managerial aspects of acquisition;

- understand and appreciate the critical role that each functional discipline plays in the acquisition process; and

- using computer-based training, virtually participate in simulated integrated product teams to develop plans and resolve problems.

INTERNATIONAL OAC PREPARATORY - MASL : B171604

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

INTERNATIONAL OFFICER INTELLIGENCE CCC PREP - MASL : B172622

To provide international officers with background information concerning US Army organization, battlefield operating systems, terms and symbols, Army writing and briefing, and systems information skills

INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL FORCES TRAINING - MASL : B126650

Individual physical training, Land Navigation, Obstacle course, Team events; Instruction methods and techniques, After action reviews, Risk management process; Special Forces history and organization, Army security assistance, Theater SOC operations, Civil Affairs and PSYOP, Advanced Skills overview; Hand-to-hand, Troop leading procedures, Patrolling, Advanced rifle marksmanship; Airborne operations, Special Forces Military Occupation Specialty (MOS) training. Phase

INTERNATL MIL STUDENT OFF - MASL : B171619

Tactical training and leadership by U.S. Army doctrine standards.Tactical training and leadership by U.S. Army doctrine standards.

INTERPRETER - MASL : P179955

Inaccordance with SECNAVINST 4950.4, qualified interpreter used for ship training.

INTERPRETER OFFICER - MASL : B289001

This MASL is used when an Officer Interpreter is required.This MASL is used when an Officer Interpreter is required.

INTERPRETERS - MASL : D305013

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.

INTERSERVICE MECH APPR - MASL : D148027

This course is the fundamental phase of a training program leading to the award of AFSC 2T332C. This course and the follow-on course, L3ABP2T332C00AA, must be completed before the AFSC is awarded. Training provided by the course is generic and is not designed for a specific type of vehicle. Includes fundamentals of automotive mechanics; use of special vehicle tools and test equipment. Inspecting, troubleshooting, servicing, and repairing of diesel and gasoline engines, power trains components, steering mechanisms, brakes, suspension systems. Isolating electrical system malfunctions and inspecting hydraulic components. Tracing electrical and hydraulic system diagrams or schematics. Use of commercial publications and safety.

INTL - DAMCONT ASST - MASL : P129149

INTERNATIONAL - DAMAGE CONTROL ASST

Provides billet specialty training to Officers enroute to Damage Control assignments in surface ships. Course graduates are qualified to fill the Damage Control Assistant billet in surface ships covering the following areas in-depth: 1. Repair Division Administration and Responsibilities 2. Damage Control Administration and Training 3. Damage Control Equipment and Systems 4. Damage Control Petty Officer Program requirements, equipment and maintenance procedures 5. Stability and Buoyancy 6. Battle Damage Evaluation and containment techniques 7. Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense management 8. Gas Free Engineering.

Special Note: International senior enlisted students, E7 and above equivalent, will be considered on a case by case basis.

INTL 533 CMBSYS SCI/TEC-MS - MASL : P179906

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

MS program.

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

INTL ADVANCED TACTICS - MASL : P122900

Toprovide senior international Officers and staff officers tactical training to improve their proficiency in war fighting skills in Joint Combat and Naval Expeditionary Operations.

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

INTL ASW AIR CONTROL - MASL : P123073

INTL ASW AIR CONTROL

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

Note: Class size is limited to 6.

INTL ASW JR OFF CRS - MASL : P123653

Provides training to junior international officers of non-NATO nations assigned to ASW ships in ASW operations, maintenance and air control. Provides students with the basic skills and knowledge in Anti-Submarine Warfare Surface and Sub-Surface Operations, ASW Equipment, ASW Weapons and Weapons Tactics, Oceanography, Shipboard Administration and Training in sufficient detail to perform duties at the Anti-Submarine Weapons Officer level. Includes orientation tours and visits to local activities in accordance with CNO policies for military, cultural, and industrial activities.

NOTE: THIS COURSE CONVENES ONCE ANNUALLY IN THE 2ND OR 3RD QUARTER OF THE FISCAL YEAR.

INTL AVTRA WTR/PHYS-N5/NP2 - MASL : P117402

Provides designated pilots and other officers who are selected International Military Students (IMS) with basic skills and initial qualifications needed in accordance with OPNAV 3710.7 series, in order to complete Instructor Under Training, Aviation Preflight Indoctrination and other programs. This course encompasses administrative processing, physical exam and water and physiology survival training (N5/NP2) at NOMI for OJT and other requirements as specified in OPNAV 3710.7 series instruction.

NOTE: This is a prerequisite course for P175306/P175312, AVIA SURV TRNG (HELO REFR), B-322-0042.

INTL CIC WATCH OFFICER - MASL : P121022

INTERNATIONAL COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER (CIC) WATCH OFFICER

Provides officers from allied navies with training in basic Combat Information Center operations during routine peacetime steaming. The target audience is junior officers (O-1 to O-2) WITH LIMITED OR NO AT SEA EXPERIENCE. Emphasis covering overviews of multi-threat warfare areas, CIC equipment, special maneuvering, and CIC navigation. Upon completion of this course, the student is prepared to plan, coordinate and manage the supervision of all CIC operations and training during routine peacetime steaming. NOTE: Graduates of the International Division Officer Course receive similar training and are highly discouraged from attending this class.

INTL CRISIS CMD/CTRL - MASL : P162285

CRISIS COMMAND & CONTROL COURSE (International). This course is designed to provide the skills necessary for decision-makers to manage emergency incidents. The course consists of training on risk communications, risk based decision making, best response to a disaster, contingency planning, the Incident Command System, exercise design and development, and a day of challenging hands-on media relations training. Students will take part in a two-day crisis management exercise using state of the art computer simulation software in which participants will work in groups to resolve a series of high pressure problems. The student population will consist of 20 officers from a mix of maritime nations.

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Students should have experience with or currently be assigned to crisis management/response duties.

NOTE: 100 PERCENT PENALTY FEE, ONCE A CONTRACT IS LET OR A QUOTA IS

CONFIRMED, UNLESS WAIVED BY THE MILDEP AS PER NAVY IPO 081900Z JAN 03.

INTL DEF TRANSFORMATION - MASL : P171406

INTERNATIONAL DEFENSE TRANSFORMATION.

The Center for Civil-Military Relations (CCMR) offers a two-week Expanded International Military Education and Training (IMET) approved course entitled "International Defense Transformation at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California. The course provides participants with the knowledge and skills needed by decision-makers and their advisors to effectively design and implement plans for defense transformation. The key objectives of the course are to provide instruction to: (1) support international understanding of the compelling need to transform the worlds military capabilities to meet the operational challenges of the future security environment.(2) identify transformational elements, influences and objectives to counter adversary strategies and protect national interests. (3) explore the characteristics of the emerging way of warfare and crisis resolution, to include Effects-Based Operations enabled by Network-Centric Warfare (4) frame directives to provide vision and guidance for national transformation strategy, roles and responsibilities, concept development and experimentation, and roadmaps. (5) examine how nations develop an overarching concept and subordinate/supporting concepts; for example: Joint Operations Concepts, Stability Operations, Command and Control, and Force Application. (6) answer how nations plan, design and conduct experimentation to evaluate new concepts or prototypes and solve interoperability or interagency issues seen in recent operational missions. (7) evaluate experimental derived capabilities in technological advances, organizational configurations, process improvements, and training adaptations.

(8) appraise Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force) progress toward implementation of the transformation strategy. The International Defense Transformation course provides an overview of innovative operational concepts, organizational structures and emerging technologies for transforming militaries to maintain competitive advantage in the 21st Century. The course will highlight Transformation Planning Guidance, Concept Development and Experimentation Campaign Plan and Defense Transformation Roadmap type initiatives for shifting the character of warfare and crisis resolution. It will expose revolutionary methods to improve command and control, fires, maneuver and logistics through concept development, technology demonstrations, and field experiments. This course combines informational content and references along with case studies and practical exercises in aspects of defense transformation. This course is delivered in partnership with Headquarters Allied Command Transformation (HQ ACT) and the Commander, Joint Forces Command (JFCOM) Joint Experimentation Directorate. PARTICIPANTS: The course is designed for international mid to senior military officers in the ranks of major to brigadier general and civilian equivalents from the Ministry of Defense, who are responsible for security and defense policy, strategic planning, programming and execution. COURSE DATES: Offered in- residence in December at the Naval Postgraduate School, as a Fifth Quarter event.

INTL DEFENSE MGT CRS - MASL : P162003

INTERNATIONAL DEFENSE MANGEMENT COURSE

The IDMC course applies basic concepts, techniques, and analysis of comparative resources management to enhance the theoretical knowledge, competence, and capabilities of foreign military and civilian officials. This course is suitable for managers working in any functional field concerned with resource allocation. The major curricular concept of this course is comparative resources management, i.e., the examination of theories and practices of various nations, not only those of the U.S. The Institute stresses that each country is unique and must choose resource management systems that meet its specific needs. To enhance comparative aspects of the curriculum, DRMI encourages broad national representation with a diversity of both military services/agencies and civilian government officials. A typical IDMC class has participants from 35 to 45 countries representing all services and defense and other ministries. Throughout the course DRMI encourages participants to share information and perspectives related to defense management in their own environments. This enables a critical examination of the relationships among management concepts discussed in the course and their applicability to various conditions found in other countries.

RANK REQUIREMENTS: MAJOR AND ABOVE

ECL REQUIREMENT: 80

NOTE: COURSE CONVENES TWICE ANNUALLY; IN 2ND AND 4TH FISCAL QUARTERS. STUDENTS SHOULD REPORT NO EARLIER THAN 2 DAYS BEFORE CLASS CONVENE DATE. LIVING ALLOWANCE FOR IMET STUDENTS IS PAID TWICE, IN WEEK SIX AND WEEK TEN

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

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

INTL DIESEL SUBMARINE TRNG - MASL : P122560

Provides instruction in diesel submarine tactics, training, and qualification disciplines/techniques, including practical training on fire control plots. Diesel submarine tactical classroom instruction is supplemented with sonar plot laboratories where students man/evaluate with various fire control party plots.

NOTE: RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IS ONE OF THE SURFACE WARFARE OFFICER (SWO) ENGINEERING OFFICER OF THE WATCH (EOOW) COURSES AT NETC NEWPORT. MASLS P145377/P145378/P145379/P145401 PERTAIN AND SHOULD BE SELECTED BASED UPON TYPE OF PROPULSION SYSTEM/SHIP APPROPRIATE TO COUNTRY REQUIREMENTS.

INTL EOD FAMILIARIZATION - MASL : P123302

Familiarizes experienced international EOD officers and enlisted personnel with basic U.S. EOD terminology, safety precautions, reconnaissance procedures, and tools used in the follow-on International EOD Phase II Course (CIN: A-431-0020/MASL: P123300). Course is limited to classroom instruction only and is not an entry level course.

NOTE: FOR NATO/ABCA-5 CTRIES ONLY. MAX OF 12 STUDENTS PER CLASS. CRS GENERALLY OVER-SUBSCRIBED. NETSAFA EXERCISES QUOTA CONTROL. CONVENES 2X ANNUALLY. THIS IS NOT A BASIC CRS. EOD KNOWLEDGE TESTS GIVEN ON ARRIVAL TO DETERMINE QUAL/KNOWLEDGE LEVEL. THIS CRS IS A PRE-REQ FOR P122060 AND P123300. PREREQS: MUST BE A QUALIFIED EOD OPRTR PER NATO STANDARDIZATION AGREEMENT (STANAG) #2389 OR ABCA-5 AGREEMENT "AND" HAVE MINIMUM OF 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS AN EOD OPRTR. MUST BE FLUENT IN ENGLISH (80 ECL). SPECIALIZED ENGLISH TRNG (SET) REQUIRED.

INTL EOD PH II (SURFACE) - MASL : P123300

INTL EOD PH II

Trains officer & enlisted personnel in the best methods for performing the following Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) procedures for identification, recovery evaluation & disposal of Surface Explosive Ordnance. Includes application of EOD tools & methods on placed/projected/dropped munitions & associated fuses, & aircraft explosive hazards. Includes the recognition, operation, safety precautions, hazards, rendering safe procedures & disposal of all types of SURFACE ordnance, & Chemical agents & personnel protection & radiation detection equipment & control. New: also includes training in detection & disposal of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).

NOTE: EITHER MASL P122060 OR P123302 IS A PREREQUISITE FOR INTL EOD PHASE 2-Surface COURSE. NO EXTRA TIME CAN BE ALLOTTED FOR PERSONAL NEEDS (E.G., LOOKING FOR QUARTERS). CLASSES BEGIN AT 0800. STUDY HALL: 0630-0800 MON-FRI. MAJORITY OF TRAINING IS OUTDOORS. MAX OF 25 STUDENTS PER CLASS. COURSE IS GENERALLY OVER-SUBSCRIBED. NETSAFA EXERCISES QUOTA CONTROL. CONVENES 3 TIMES ANNUALLY IN FY07 & FY-08. (PLAN IS TO INCREASE TO 6 CONVENINGS IN FY09) ITO MUST REFLECT MINIMUM OF CONFIDENTIAL SECURITY CLEARANCE, THAT IMS IS AUTHORIZED TO PARTICIPATE IN HAZARDOUS TRAINING & THAT PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING IS REQUIRED.

INTL EOD PHASE I - MASL : P122060

INTL EOD PHASE I

Trains officer & enlisted personnel in the best methods for performing the following Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) procedures explosive ordnance reconnaissance, ordnance identification procedures, access & recovery, & disposal operations involving non-nuclear ordnance both foreign & domestic. Encompasses the use of Publications, Applied Physical Principles, Explosives & Explosive Effects, Safety Precautions, Introduction to Storage, Handling & Transportation of Explosives, EOD Tools & Equipment Maintenance, & Basics of Demolition. Identifies procedures for surface & underwater ordnance identification.

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P123300, "EOD PHASE 2-Surface", A-431-0020. THERE ARE NO CALENDAR DAYS BETWEEN P122060 & P123300. TRAINING COMMENCES AFTER ONLY ONE DAY OF IN-PROCESSING. NO EXTRA TIME CAN BE ALLOTTED FOR PERSONAL NEEDS (E.G., LOOKING FOR QUARTERS). CLASSES BEGIN AT 0800. STUDY HALL: 0630-0800 MON-FRI. MAJORITY OF TRAINING IS OUTDOORS. MAX OF 25 STUDENTS PER CLASS. COURSE IS GENERALLY OVER-SUBSCRIBED. NETSAFA EXERCISES QUOTA CONTROL. ITO MUST REFLECT MINIMUM OF CONFIDENTIAL SECURITY CLEARANCE, THAT IMS IS AUTHORIZED TO PARTICIPATE IN HAZARDOUS TRAINING & THAT PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING IS REQUIRED.

INTL EOD PHASE II NAVY - MASL : P123301

INTL EOD PHASE II NAVY

Trains officer & enlisted personnel in the best methods for performing the following Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) procedures for identification, recovery evaluation & disposal of underwater explosive ordnance. Includes the recognition, operation, safety precautions, hazards, rendering safe procedures & disposal of all types of underwater ordnance.

NOTE: MASL P123300 IS A PREREQUISITE FOR INTL EOD PHASE 2-NAVY COURSE. NO EXTRA TIME CAN BE ALLOTTED FOR PERSONAL NEEDS (E.G., LOOKING FOR QUARTERS). CLASSES BEGIN AT 0800. STUDY HALL: 0630-0800 MON-FRI. MAJORITY OF TRAINING IS OUTDOORS. MAXIMUM OF 20 STUDENTS PER CLASS. COURSE IS GENERALLY OVER-SUBSCRIBED. NETSAFA EXERCISES QUOTA CONTROL. CONVENES 2 TIMES ANNUALLY; ONCE FOR NATO COUNTRIES & ONCE FOR NON-NATO COUNTRIES. ITO MUST REFLECT MINIMUM OF CONFIDENTIAL SECURITY CLEARANCE, THAT IMS IS AUTHORIZED TO PARTICIPATE IN HAZARDOUS TRAINING & THAT PHYSICAL FITNESS TRAINING IS REQUIRED.

INTL FELLOWS ORIENTATION - MASL : B171807

This MASL is used when INTL FELLOWS ORIENTATION is programmed.

INTL HYDROG MGT & ENG PGM - MASL : P169208

Designed to impart a practical knowledge of hydrographic and geodetic operation planning and surveying, and produce skills in conducting hydrographic tasks. Upon program completion students will be able to perform the hydrographic and geodetic function, and lead a survey operation. The training is designed for junior international Naval Officers and civilians. Subjects include Mathematics, Computer Applications, Physical Science Concepts, Geodetic Surveying Techniques, Geodetic Computations and Adjustments, Astronomic Azimuths, Satellite Geodesy, Hydrographic Positioning Systems, Depth Sounding, Sonar Sweeping and Side Scan Sonar, Automated Survey Systems, Hydrographic Survey Planning, Hydrographic Survey Operations, Tides, Currents Datum s and Harmonic Analysis, Practical Navigation, Meteorology, Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, Nautical Chart Construction and International Law of the Sea.

INTL INFO WARFARE - MS - MASL : P179222

INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION WARFARE (MASTERS OF SCIENCE DEGREE)

A course of study appropriate for military officers who require a fundamental understanding of Information Warfare and Information Operations. Courses in the curriculum discuss the role of Information Warfare in modern warfare and the integral roles of EW, psychological operations, military deception, OPSEC, physical destruction, INFOSEC, and network attack. Mathematics, Science and Engineering fundamentals are provided to support the theoretical and experimental aspects of Information Warfare. System level understanding of Communication Systems, Electronic Warfare Systems, Radar Systems, Network Operations, Computer Network Security and Information Systems are emphasized. The System Engineering process is presented and applied in an Information Warfare team project.

Quotas: Limited to 30 students per year

Course Pre-requisites (1) Undergraduate engineering or science degree or equivalent: (a) Calculus/calculus-based physics sequence required.

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

INTL JT MARITIME TACT DEV - MASL : P122571

INTERNATIONAL JOINT MARITIME TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT

Provide Mid-grade warfare specialty International Officers (O-3 to O-4) with the tactical development skills required to support a Joint Force Commander or Naval Component Commander in a multi-threat environment. The course stresses joint maritime planning, and war gaming. In addition, weapon systems information will be taught in order to integrate air, surface, and submarine platforms into an effective fighting force.

INTL LAW OF MIL OPS I-LOMO - MASL : P176027

INTL LAW OF MIL OPS I-LOMO

I-LOMO promotes the rule of law by enhancing the capability of military legal advisors to give effective and accurate legal advice regarding military operations.

What is the benefit of ILOMO?

1) Promotes application of international legal standards in military operations,

2) Enhances the capability of military legal advisors to provide effective guidance in military planning

3) Develops professional working relationships, communication and understanding with U.S. partners

Who should participate in ILOMO?

Although I-LOMO is designed for military legal advisors, the course is open to and useful for military commanders and staff officers who need to increase knowledge of legal issues involved in military operations or make more effective use of legal advisors.

What do I-LOMO participants learn?

I-LOMO provides the latest information and viewpoints on legal issues applicable to modern military operations including recent developments in the Law of Armed Conflict, Rules of Engagement and the Role of the Military Legal Advisor in Operational Planning. I-LOMO is taught by instructors from the DIILS and the Naval War College. Adjunct International Faculty from U.K., Australia, Germany, Japan and other countries also provide instruction and their national perspective. I-LOMO participants attend a 3 day International Conference on Operational Law sponsored by the Naval War College. The IP program features visits in the Newport area and to Boston.

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

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

INTL LEAD & MGT G-P-OLAM - MASL : P162226

This course is designed specifically for international, mid-grade officer and senior enlisted students (military and civilian). The course objective is to enhance supervisory skills in communication for understanding and exerting a positive influence. The curriculum is designed so that each concept is introduced, discussed, and applied in a measurable fashion using the instructional systems design (ISD) process. In addition, each student is given individual feedback on strengths and weaknesses in applying these skills. The training is experiential and relies on role-playing, case studies, and group activities to facilitate the students learning.

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Instructors from the Leadership Development Center teach this course at operational units throughout the USCG.

INTL LOG/SUPPLY MGMT CRS - MASL : D152054

This course is for personnel assigned to or projected for assignment to supply/logistics leadership positions and who already have some supply knowledge or experience. Officers in the grades of second lieutenant through major (O-1 to O-4), enlisted in the grades of master sergeant through chief master sergeant (E-7 to E-9), and civilians of equivalent grades qualify to attend this course. This course prepares students for leadership positions in the supply/logistics field by introducing them to the latest principles of logistics integration and resources management including the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program. Additionally, the course presents and reinforces principles of management, leadership, funds management, management of reparable assets, and fuels management. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT This block of instruction provides an in-depth look at concepts and tools used at the management level. It focuses on the traditional as well as contemporary functions of management. Topics include the concept of operations management, equipment management, budget administration, human resources and personnel management. One lesson focuses entirely on the subject of leadership and another on the Continuous Improvement Process (CIP). Another lesson is dedicated to Total Quality Management (TQM) principles, its evolution and key concepts, to include its importance to the civilian industry as well as the military field. This block of instruction will empower logisticians to improve management of resources, their logistics processes, customer support and the weapons systems they support. BLOCK II - LOGISTICS ORGANIZATIONS This block provides the principles and concepts for successful logistics management and general information on several support organizations that contribute to the overall logistics support of an operating base. Emphasis is placed on the main logistics support organizations; supply, maintenance, transportation, and contracting. Students learn about the different functions of these organizations and how they integrate to form an effective logistics support system. The US DoD and AF logistics systems are analyzed to understand their intricateness and effectiveness during peace time operations and contingencies. The functions of a logistics plans organization, specific personnel responsibilities, mobility training, and the base level deployment process are covered in detail. Scenarios are used to reinforce the mobility concepts and the how to establish and maintain effective logistical support at forward operating locations. BLOCK III - SUPPLY PUBLICATIONS This block provides an introduction to supply publications used to research data prior to requisitioning assets. This area presents five main sets of publications: MCRD, H Series, MD/I&S, Characteristics, and Technical Orders. Students learn to cross-reference part numbers to national stock numbers and vice versa using the Master Cross Reference Data. Students also search information pertaining to commercial/vendor addresses and codes related to commercial entities through the use of the H Series catalog. Students learn how to interpret codes and locate data related to a specific distributor, manufacturer or vendor. Additionally, students learn to determine the codes and information pertaining to pricing, reparability, and sources of supply, as well as identifying relationships between master, interchangeable and substitute items. The Characteristics Data publication provides details about all assets as well as applicable military specifications provided by the US Federal Logistics Information System and NATO countries. Lastly, students learn about technical orders with special emphasis on the illustration parts breakdown to positively identify parts and provide better support for the customer. Students become 100 percent proficient in researching data by completing a series.

INTL MARITIME OFF - MASL : P171575

This program is designed specifically for international, mid-grade, officer-level students (military and civilian) with maritime experience. The dynamics of the class composition add to the learning experience as students share their various views and experiences. The course provides professional military study in the organization, planning, management and operation of a multi-mission maritime force. The program addresses the value of honor and integrity; effective leadership and management skills; and the rules, customs, and traditions that govern an officer corps. An overview of search and rescue concepts is provided. During the maritime law enforcement phase of training, students discuss international law, boarding procedures, hidden compartments, high-risk search tactics, drug identification and testing, and prisoner processing. The maritime law enforcement phase concludes with an operational planning exercise. Marine safety topics include marine environmental response, safety and occupational health, pollution response techniques, contingency planning, marine licensing, and commercial vessel inspection. Leadership and management training consists of a senior managers seminar focusing on the habits of highly effective leaders in both the military and private enterprise. The Defense Institute for International Legal Studies (DIILS) staff presents a one-week block of instruction dealing with rule of law and military operations. Each student is required to make an oral presentation during the first week of class explaining the highlights and customs of his/her home country.

Prerequisites: None; however, solid navigational skills are essential for practical exercises and group discussions. Note: This course is not appropriate for noncommissioned officer personnel.

NOTE: 100 PERCENT PENALTY FEE, ONCE A CONTRACT IS LET OR A QUOTA IS

CONFIRMED, UNLESS WAIVED BY THE MILDEP AS PER NAVY IPO 081900Z JAN 03.

INTL MIL LAW DEV PRG-ILOMO - MASL : P176029

INTL MILITARY LAW DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM - INTERNATIONAL LAW OF MILITARY OPERATIONS

This eleven week program offered each year beginning in April promotes the rule of law by assisting international officers and civilian officials in the development and improvement of their own national military legal systems through a comparative study of U.S. military law and through advanced studies in international and operational law.

What are the benefits of MLDP-ILOMO?

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

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

3) Participants' improved working relations with legal counterparts through enhanced understanding and appreciation of U.S. and other nations' military law systems and English legal.

Who should participate in MLDP-ILOMO?

Qualified participants will be licensed attorneys or those with a college or university degree in law with assignments that will benefit from advanced studies in international and operational law.

What do MLDP-ILOMO participants learn?

Participants study military justice and administrative law with a special emphasis on international law. Participants attend classes at the Naval Justice School and participate in the DIILS Course on Conducting Military and Peacekeeping Operations in accordance with the Rule of Law (PKRL) and the International Law of Military Operations (I-LOMO) course. Participants make presentations on their national legal systems and study specific legal issues with DIILS staff. MLDP students participate in a community sponsor program and IP visits.

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

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

INTL MIL STUD PREP CRS - MASL : B171766

Attended by all international officers selected for CGSOC unless specifically exempted from all English Comprehension Level testing. Purpose is to enhance the international officers ability to participate in the CGSC environment using the English language; to familiarize the student with the small group instruction methodology and resulting classroom environment; and to gain an appreciation of the political, social, and economic factors that have a bearing on U.S. people, their traditions, and way of life.Attended by all international officers selected for CGSOC unless specifically exempted from all English Comprehension Level testing. Purpose is to enhance the international officers ability to participate in the CGSC environment using the English language; to familiarize the student with the small group instruction methodology and resulting classroom environment; and to gain an appreciation of the political, social, and economic factors that have a bearing on U.S. people, their traditions, and way of life.

INTL MK46 MOD 5 T/REFRESH - MASL : P142446

Refresher training for previous students of courses S-123-0174 or S-123-0175. Tailored by countrys request to provide emphasis on specified subjects. Provides instruction in modifications and upgrades to torpedoes and test equipment that have been implemented since the original training. The course length is approximately 4 weeks, it may be adjusted as required to meet requirements of countrys request.

INTL MK46 MOD5 INTER MAINT - MASL : P142423

Toprovide personnel with technical and practical knowledge skills required to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair MK 46 MOD 5 torpedoes.

INT'L OFF LOG PREP-LEDC - MASL : B159001

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

INTL OFF PREP-INF OFF ADV - MASL : B171699

U.S. Army organization and operations; staff organization and procedures; operation order; U.S. military organization and graphic representation; map reading; effective writing and speaking; legal subjects; medical subjects; weapons.U.S. Army organization and operations; staff organization and procedures; operation order; U.S. military organization and graphic representation; map reading; effective writing and speaking; legal subjects; medical subjects; weapons.

INTL OFF SCH (FOR AC&SC) - MASL : D171014

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

INTL OFF SCH (FOR AWC) - MASL : D171011

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

INTL SHIPYARD MGMT - MASL : P162368

The International Shipyard Management Course is composed of six modules, four of which are shipyard teaching modules that present a general overview of the functions associated with Shipyard operations. The shipyard modules are composed largely of the Planning, Production, and Controls required to repair or overhaul a ship. The majority of the work is tied up in planning the availability and executing the Production portion to repair components and to fix systems on a ship. Also important are the Engineering, Quality Assurance, Safety, and Supply Controls necessary to complete the availability. The course has been developed to teach both Allied and U.S. Naval Officers who have not previously worked with the day-to-day Shipyard Operations relative to maintenance, repair and overhaul of ships. The fifth module deals with international environmental issues and is taught by the Commander in Chief, Pacific Fleets Judge Advocate General (JAG) environmental lawyers. It provides the student with an understanding of international environmental laws and regulations, environmental change and regional security, and the impact that shipyard operations have on the environment. The sixth module addresses enhanced shipyard security, force protection issues, and current counter-terrorism concerns relative to naval shipyard and shore facilities management. Course is certified under the EIMET Program.

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

INTL SK-A (AEC) - MASL : P152008

STOREKEEPER CLASS A (C - AUTOMATED ELECTRONIC CLASSROOM

To provide enlisted Navy personnel, fleet returnees, Military Sealift Command (MSC) personnel, and International Military Students (IMSs) under the Security Assistance Training Program (SATP) the knowledge and skills necessary to perform the basic job tasks required by the Storekeeper rating.

SCOPE: The course is designed under the "Core and Strand" concept. Students will accomplish the following learning objectives through group-paced instruction and intensive practical exercises: Supply administration; material identification; material procurement; material receipt, stowage and handling; basic inventory management afloat; financial management; COSAL; SUADPSRT; SNAP II. Areas covered will include the Navy Supply System, customer service, Navy correspondence, material identification and procurement, basic OPTAR accounting, material receipt, stowage and inventory control utilizing the Integrated Barcode System (IBS), supply forms, basic supply acronym and Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) for effective performance as an apprentice storekeeper under supervision. Graduates of the course will perform these job tasks in Navy, computer-oriented, supply support environments for surface, submarine, shore duty or reserve communities.

INTL SUPPLY/WAREHOUSE PRIN - MASL : D152055

This course is for airmen or NCOs, newly commissioned officers, or civilian personnel working in base supply or supply related functions. This course prepares supply specialists to assume entry-level supply responsibilities and perform related duties in inventory management and warehousing concepts. The students develop the necessary skills to establish and manage a supply activity, manage the inventory, and manage a warehouse. Students receive training on how to identify, inventory, account, and manage property. They also learn how to set up a warehouse and how to use material handling equipment to include training on forklift safety and how to operate it. COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I SUPPLY ORGANIZATION Students begin this course with an in-depth view of various logistics systems. The focus is on the supply organization and functions of a base level supply unit and its interface with depot level supply. Students learn about the supply/logistics career field, duties, responsibilities, and how day-to-day functions directly affects the mission of supported operational units. Students also learn how supply fits into a complete logistic structure and how various elements of a logistics system are interdependent. The presentation of the concept of customer support relates to a base level supply unit. BLOCK II SUPPLY PUBLICATIONS This block provides students with detailed training on how to use supply catalogs and cataloging data. It begins with a solid foundation of the logistics cataloging system and a thorough examination of the national stock number. An introduction to computers provides basic terminology, system and hardware use. This block provides the use of supply catalogs and technical orders with emphasis on the Illustrated Parts Breakdown. It also includes techniques on how to use the CD ROM based catalogs to determine an items part number, cross reference to a national stock number, determining interchangeable or substitute assets, and determining administrative data such as the price of the item and availability at the depot. Students receive hands-on training on the use of the H-series catalog, Master Cross Reference Data, Management Data and Interchangeable and Substitute, Characteristics and Technical Orders. BLOCK III - INVENTORY MANAGEMENT This block provides an introduction to stock level and economic order quantity principles. It also includes stock requirements computation, requisition and validation concepts. One of the areas presents and analyzes the USAF model to illustrate the accountability of in-stock assets and provide all aspects regarding the inventory of material. The entire process covers all steps from beginning to end and includes how to research and resolve out-of-balance conditions, inventory adjustments and determining the accuracy of the inventory maintained in the warehouse. Another area covers the automated and manual inventory procedures where students perform an inventory of a training warehouse. In the repair cycle process, students learn to identify reparable assets, determine the repair cycle time, asset control, repair cycle asset flow and the turnaround process. The last lesson of this block focuses on basic accounting procedures fundamental to the operation of a supply organization. The emphasis, placed on principles, provides critical effectiveness to the accountability of property, such as timely and accurate processing of supply transactions. Lastly, this block discusses documentation, methods for controlling documents, procedures for maintaining accountability over all transactions and procedures to control and manage accountable documents. BLOCK IV WAREHOUSING AND STORAGE PRINCIPLES This block presents methods for planning, designing a warehouse and storage space allocation. The block provides students with a working knowledge of setting up a warehouse and maintaining a location system. Students learn the proce

INTR COMM ELECTRICIAN CL A - MASL : P132104

Provides personnel with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to operate, maintain and repair IC equipment and systems at the apprentice level as part of a ship s IC work center and under the direct supervision of a senior IC Electrician. Includes description of basic maintenance and repair procedures for various Interior Communications (IC) equipment. This course is structured around a simulated shipboard trainer allowing the student true hands-on experience with equipment and systems they will find in the Fleet.

PREREQ: MASL P132004 - "IC-ATT" A-100-0103

INTRO TO EXPED LOGISTICS - MASL : P152209

Introduction to Expeditionary Logistics

This two-week course provides senior enlisted personnel and officers an overview of the Joint Planning Process, the Joint and Naval Logistics chain of command and specific issues and concerns related to operating in a deployed environment. The "issues and concerns" segment includes discussions on personnel management, expeditionary logistics, expeditionary contracting, petroleum management, supply support and host nation support. The course is taught as a seminar with technical experts flown in to conduct individual topic segments. Although this class is targeted toward Naval Reservists, active duty personnel are encouraged to attend, as well as personnel from other military branches.

INTRO TO SPEC OPS CRS - MASL : D126015

Takes the new member of the SOF world and enhances their knowledge by multimedia presentations and lectures. Allows the student personal interaction with members (past and present) of the elite military special operations units giving them insight as to the hows and whys behind various historical operations. Affords the military or civilian member with a basic understanding of SOF, to include their structure, assets, and capabilities. Provides firsthand accounts of direct action SOF missions and the lessons learned from these missions, pro or con. GOAL: To enhance the working knowledge of those new to the special operations community by affording them insight into the Air Force, Army, and Navy special operations forces (SOF). TARGET AUDIENCE: Military and civilian government personnel filling or programmed for a position requiring knowledge of joint special operations.

INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS - MASL : B159000

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

INVENTORY MANAGEMENT/ * - MASL : D151004

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.

IOSCO GRADUATION - MASL : P152087

Used for programming students so they can return to Athens after completion of pipeline courses in order to take care of Administrative check out issues, participation in graduation ceremony and return flight to home country. One day in duration.

CONVENES TWICE ANNUALLY AS PART OF THE IOSCO PIPELINE - P152002, P151200, P152085, P152090, P152003, AND P152087.

IP INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES - MASL : D121065

COURSE DESCRIPTION BLOCK I - FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUCTION This unit is designed to develop instructional techniques related to the control and performance of aircraft. Topics in this unit include instructional techniques, the learning process, and performance analysis. In addition, grading scenarios and grading practices and standards are discussed. The student instructors also gain experience as instructors. BLOCK II - FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUMENT FLIGHT This unit is a review of basic instrument procedures such as the 60-1 rule, control and performance concepts, and instrument cross-check procedures. Additionally this unit reviews procedures on the use of navigational aides (NAVAIDS), and aircraft instrumentation. BLOCK III FLIGHT PLANNING AND SPECIAL TOPICS This unit is designed to enhance the students skills through planning instrument flight. Also, the unit introduces the student to several important "flight safety" related topics. The focus of this unit is wind shear, spatial disorientation training, and flight mishap prevention. This unit is designed to enhance the students skills through instrument flight planning. Global Positioning System (GPS), airspace and crew resource management are also taught in-depth. ICAO procedures are included with FAA rules to differentiate and provide the student with a solid instrument background and knowledge. Terminal instrument procedures and criterias are covered more thoroughly to give instructor students a solid foundation in instrument fundamentals. BLOCK IV - INSTRUMENT APPROACHES PROCEDURES This unit begins with a deep analysis of ronautical charts using Department of Defense and Jeppesen formats. Flight planning procedures and techniques are reviewed as are instructional techniques for flying precision and non-precision approaches. Also included are the factors that should be taken into consideration during the transition to landing and missed approaches. ICAO procedures are covered for the purpose of international understanding and familiarization for their area of operations solidifying their skills as prospective instructors. BLOCK V - INSTRUMENT SIMULATOR In this unit flight simulators such as the Frasca 242 (twin prop), AST Hawk (twin prop) 737 or T40 (twin jet) are used to carry out instrument maneuvers previously studied in the classroom. A total of 63 simulator hours will be flown, half as an instructor and half as a simulated student. Additionally, 60 hours of self-paced NT361 flight training device instruction are included. The application of instructional techniques required for each maneuver are explored. The simulator profiles include: basic and advanced instrument maneuvers, precision and non-precision instrument approaches, and transition to landing, and missed approaches. The primary objective of this unit is the successful application of the knowledge acquired during the classroom blocks of instruction.

IRST MAINTENANCE (KS) - MASL : P179494

INFRARED SEARCH AND TRACK (IRST) MAINTENANCE

The purpose of this course is to enable the trainees to understand the system components and their operation, in order to maintain and repair the system and carry out preventive maintenance tasks, and to learn the operation of the Support & Test Equipment.

The course covers the following topics: functional description of each subassembly, power supply, failure analysis at the O-level, practice for O-level maintenance, detailed functional description of the system, failure analysis at the I-level, and practice for I-level maintenance.

Method of teaching: Classroom presentation

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics, mechanics and optics. Successful completion of IRST Operator course. Security Clearance Secret. Normal color vision. ECL of 70%. ITO required.

Max Class Size: 10 students

IRST OPERATIONS (KS) - MASL : P179493

INFRARED SEARCH AND TRACT (IRST) OPERATIONS

The purpose of this course is to enable the trainees to understand the system components and their operation, in order to correctly use the system and to be able to recognize discrepancies and describe the problem to the maintenance personnel, and to understand the system components and their operation, in order to optimize the operation of the system.

The course covers a description of complete system equipment, functional presentation of each equipment, operational description, fault results analysis and degraded modes, logistics support presentation, system interconnection, different modes, normal procedures, emergency procedures, detailed functional description, and self test description.

Method of teaching: Classroom presentation

Prerequisites: General knowledge in electronics. Security Clearance Secret. Normal color vision. ECL of 70%. ITO required.

Max Class Size: 10 students

ISAR IMAGE INTERPRETATION - MASL : P125435

Toprovide officer and enlisted personnel with the basic imagery interpretation skills in Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) for the tactical employment of ISAR.

SCOPE: The students will learn to visually identify ships perceptual and gross naval classification features and classify ships to the fine naval class level by identifying and measuring the ships structural features discernible on ISAR.

NOTE: THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR P125434, "ISAR IMAGE INTERPR REFRESH", D-210-1703.

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

ISAR IMAGE INTERPRETATION - MASL : P125425

Toprovide officer and enlisted personnel with the basic imagery interpretation skills in Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR) for the tactical employment of ISAR.

SCOPE: The students will learn to visually identify ships perceptual and gross naval classification features and classify ships to the fine naval class level by identifying and measuring the ships structural features discernible on ISAR.

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

JAVELIN - EOD - MASL : P193145

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

JAVELIN GUNNERY - MASL : B122167

Javelin Introduction, description, target engagement, Field Application, Maintenance, Gunner skills test, and Live fire. Javelin Introduction, description, target engagement, Field Application, Maintenance, Gunner skills test, and Live fire.

JET ENGINE MISHAP INV - MASL : D122007

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

JET ENGINE TECHNICIAN - MASL : D141255

This course combines engine operational theory with hands-on maintenance training. The operational theory includes engine component description and operation, engine systems, and flight line and in-shop maintenance. Students will also learn how to use electrical schematics to troubleshoot various engine systems. Flight line and in-shop maintenance training includes engine removal, inspection, and installation procedures. 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 DESCRIPTIONS BLOCK I FUNDAMENTALS This block begins with a course orientation, where students learn about the academys policies, programs, and academic objective requirements. Students learn the principals of safety, accident prevention, and aircraft ground safety procedures on the flight line. Training objectives included in this block are: description of engine hardware, safety devices, proper use of hand-tools and precision measuring tools, and proper use of engine technical orders. This block of instruction culminates with engine maintenance support equipment and is measured with a written examination. BLOCK II ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION Students learn technical terminology on several types of engines. The block begins with the major engine sections, components, and differences between jet engines and turbo propeller engines. Learning the principles of operation, inspection, and component location, and their respective subsystems is accomplished in detail. The description of major engine sections is discussed thoroughly. Engine bearing familiarization and engine instruments operation are the objectives in this unit of instruction. The use of technical manuals is stressed throughout the course. A comprehensive written examination concludes this block of instruction. BLOCK III ENGINE SYSTEMS FAMILIARIZATION The focus of the third block of instruction is the description and operation of various types of engine systems. The instructor demonstrates operation of fuel, oil, air, and electrical systems components. Under the air systems unit, students learn engine de-icing and anti-icing principles. The observance of technical procedures and safety regulations is highly stressed. Student evaluations consist of progress checks throughout all performance tasks. A final written examination is administered at the end of the block. BLOCK IV ENGINE MAINTENANCE General engine maintenance procedures are the focal purpose of this block of instruction. Students learn to remove, replace and inspect several engine accessories. During this block, students will perform an engine removal and installation. Additionally, students will inspect the engine hot section using both flexible and fixed type borescope. A comprehensive written evaluation is administered at the end of the block. BLOCK V FLIGHTLINE AND IN-SHOP MAINTENANCE This final block of instruction is geared towards developing engine-troubleshooting techniques. The instructor demonstrates real scenarios and the use of different engine testing equipment. The student learns detailed engine inspection procedures, proper engine storage and preservation. Throughout this block, students combine knowledge from previous units to solve and find solutions to different engine fault scenarios. This block of instructions finalizes with a written examination and course assessment.

JGSDF STAFF PLANNING - MASL : P124052

JGSDF EXERCISE PREP

JMSDF INTEL TRNG - MASL : P172004

JMSDF ICAP TRNG

JNT FIRE CENTR OF EXCEL - MASL : D232713

Joint Firepower Course (JFC) The Joint Firepower Course provides detailed instruction in the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) for planning, coordinating, and executing joint fires. Graduates possess the knowledge necessary to integrate close air support (CAS), artillery, and attack aviation into the ground commanders scheme of maneuver. Course graduates will integrate joint fires considerations into their primary battlefield system in a joint environment.

JNT TRM ATTK CTRL QUAL CRS - MASL : D233303

Joint Terminal Attack Controller Qualification Course (JTACQC) The Joint Terminal Attack Controller Qualification Course provides detailed instruction in the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) for planning, coordinating, and executing joint fires. Graduates possess the knowledge necessary to integrate close air support (CAS), artillery, and attack aviation into the ground commanders scheme of maneuver. In addition, graduates receive simulator training and field training where they integrate CAS missions into tactical operations on the joint battlefield. The course fulfills JTAC training as required by the Joint CAS (JCAS) Action Plan Memorandum of Agreement 2004-1 and Air Force Instruction 13-112 Volume 1.

JOINT ADV WARFIGHTING SCH - MASL : P171021

JOINT ADVANCED WARFIGHTING SCHOOL (JAWS)

The JAWS curriculum is clearly focused on "high end" operational art. This specific and concentrated focus allows for more in-depth immersion and applied rigor than is possible in many more standard military education institutions. Based in part on the existing curricula of the Joint Forces Staff College s Joint and Combined Warfighting School Senior Course, the JAWS curriculum endeavors to balance between operational and strategic studies and between warfighting and war preparation. The interrelated core courses, Foundations in Theory of War, Strategic Foundations and Operational Art and Campaigning provide the developmental framework. Blending theory foundations and historical evidence, the Foundations in Theory of War course provides the underpinning to all that follows through an aggressive series of case studies, guided seminar discussions and guest speakers. This course creates a tentative propositional inventory that enables the student to examine critically and ask the tough questions about military art and science. The Strategic Foundations course provides the necessary solid grounding in the theories of government and diplomacy along with the complex realities of the contemporary joint, interagency and multinational operating environment. Finally, the Operational Art and Campaigning course builds upon the previous instruction to provide students with a laboratory in which to apply the ideas encountered previously. This final applicatory portion of the curriculum emphasizes education and training in aspects of decision-making, problem solving, and planning processes through a series of seminar exercises, wargames and simulations. By emphasizing problem solving and decision-making within the context of adaptive planning, JAWS strives to produce world-class warfighters prepared to operate in a fast paced, often chaotic and multi-tasking environment.Exercises, simulations, extensive reading and research visits are key components of the JAWS program. Through simulations and automation-supported exercises, students analyze and apply joint doctrine, emerging concepts, and recent lessons learned, while also honing planning and decision-making skills. Students have ample opportunity to read and evaluate a broad range of writings throughout the course; significant nightly readings are followed by rigorous examination of authors premises and assertions in daily seminar. Case study method is employed throughout the course. In conjunction with ongoing seminar activities, students are required to write a formal thesis paper and will defend their findings as a part of a comprehensive exam.The JAWS course includes several field research trips. A comprehensive historical staff ride to Gettysburg is conducted to allow students to develop further appreciation for the human dynamics of conflict while focusing on decision-making and senior leader competencies as evidenced in one of America s most significant battles. A weeklong experience in Washington, D.C. provides contact with senior military and governmental policy makers and practitioners. Agencies visited includes the Joint Staff, the Department of State, the U.S. Coast Guard, the Department of Homeland Security, the Central Intelligence Agency, the National Military Intelligence College and a host of others. Other visits are made to the CONUS-based combatant commands and selected supporting agencies or headquarters. Live video teleconferences (VTCs) are conducted with the U.S. European Command and the U.S. Pacific Command, Numerous visits to relevant organizations and activities dealing with military transformation and future warfighting are also conducted, primarily in the Tidewater, Virginia area.

JOINT AIR TSKNG ORDER PRCS - MASL : D121112

Trains joint personnel, O-5 and below, who may be assigned to a Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC) to perform Service liaison or other duties. Personnel receive education and training on joint and Service doctrine; Theater Air-Ground System; JAOC organization, processes and systems for planning, producing, executing and assessing an ATO. Training consists of academics, seminars, computer labs, practical exercises, and an end-of-course exercise.

JOINT APPLICATIONS COURSE - MASL : P122028

JOINT TARGETING APPLICATIONS COURSE

The applications course is a two week in-residence course designed to provide operational-level operations and intelligence personnel with a detailed background in weapons employment considerations and weaponeering methods.

The focus is on the Weaponeering process and concepts of weapon delivery accuracy, damage mechanisms, and damage criteria are covered along with an introduction to the software tools used for damage prediction calculations. The curriculum reinforces the use of weaponeering software and specific methodologies through practical application exercises.

Target Audience: Mid-career officer/enlisted personnel.

JOINT BATTLE DAMAGE ASSESS - MASL : P122024

JOINT BATTLE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

The Joint Battle Damage Assessment course provides procedures, techniques and methodology for the Battle Damage Assessment process. Methodologies employed to accurately assess and communicate the effectiveness of military force delivered against a variety of generic targets and target models which are presented in a lecture and exercise format.

Target Audience: Mid-career officer/enlisted personnel.

JOINT DOCTRN AIR CAMPAIGN - MASL : D121076

Educates officers from joint, combined or supporting air component commands in the fundamental concepts, principles and doctrine required to publish the air portion of the joint/combined campaign plan. There are three areas of instruction built around specific learning objectives. The first area, air component planning fundamentals, examines the doctrine, strategy, organization and capabilities of forces employed in a military campaign. The second area, the Joint Air Estimate Process, covers currently published planning procedures and historical analysis. The final area, an air component planning exercise, allows students to build an air component plan, step-by-step throughout several seminar sessions.

JOINT FIREPWR CNTR CRS - MASL : D121070

Trains concepts, doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures for integrating combat firepower in joint operations. Emphasis is on planning and coordination at tactical operational levels and integrating Air Force support into Army operations up to and including the corps level. Air Force students receive training in tactics, techniques, and procedures of forward air control.

JOINT MEDICAL PLANNERS CRS - MASL : P175555

Purpose: Prepare intermediate level officers, senior non-commissioned officers, and DoD civilians to effectively function as medical planners at the Joint Staff, Unified or Specified commands, Joint Task Forces, Service Headquarters, Combined Commands, and COCOM component commands.

Scope: Provide the necessary skills, familiarization, and proficiency in the concepts, procedures, and applications of joint and combined planning at the operational level of war. Students will understand and be able to apply health support planning principles in joint and combined operations by using the steps in contingency and crisis action planning, preparation of OPLAN's (Annex Q), Time-phased Force and Deployment List (TPFDL) management, and medical workload estimates using the Medical Analysis tool (MAT).

JOINT OPERATIONS-SPANISH - MASL : B121430

Joint-Planning: deliberate planning (initiation, concept development, and plan-development procedures) and crisis-action planning procedures (CAP). CAP: Planning for military operations other than war (MOOTW) (counternarcotics operations and foreign internal defense). Case studies are presented to reinforce CAP planning steps. Regional Contingency Planning: mission analysis; planning guidance; staff estimates; commander's estimates; concept of operations; concept review. Plan-Development: force planning; support planning, and transportation planning. The Joint-Operations Force-Projection Exercise: capstone exercise to integrateall previous joint-operatoins instruction; 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.

JOINT OPNS MEDICAL MANAGER - MASL : B175284

Provides Senior Medical officers a better understanding of problems facing commanders, administrators, and department chiefs serving in medical treatment facilities during joint operations in low, mid, and high intensity conflicts. The course focuses on management of a large number of casualties and emphasizes medical supply transportation, communications, and site selection. COURSE IS CONDUCTED IN A HOTEL OFF POST. STUDENTS STAY IN THE HOTEL WHICH REQUIRES INCREASED LIVING ALLOWANCES.Provides Senior Medical officers a better understanding of problems facing commanders, administrators, and department chiefs serving in medical treatment facilities during joint operations in low, mid, and high intensity conflicts. The course focuses on management of a large number of casualties and emphasizes medical supply transportation, communications, and site selection. COURSE IS CONDUCTED IN A HOTEL OFF POST. STUDENTS STAY IN THE HOTEL WHICH REQUIRES INCREASED LIVING ALLOWANCES.

JOINT SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT - MASL : D133033

This course provides training for inter-service personnel in the knowledge and skills needed to perform the duties of Spectrum Management. The scope of training includes the following: regulation of spectrum management; principles of spectrum management administration; mathematics of spectrum management; communication-electronics principles; spectrum planning for line-of-sight, troposcatter and satellite communications systems; navigational aids, radar and non-communications systems; electromagnetic environmental effects, spectrum management in a joint environment and training in service automated tools (SPECTRUM XXI, JACS and SPEED).

************** IMPORTANT NOTICE **************

NO STUDENT WILL REPORT TO KEESLER AFB FOR TRAINING UNLESS THEY HAVE ORDERS IN HAND WITH A TRAINING LINE NUMBER FROM THE FORMAL TRAINING OFFICE AT THEIR BASE. IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION AS TO WHEN YOU WILL START TRAINING, CONTACT THE COURSE MANAGER, (MONICA TAYLOR, TRAINING MANAGER AT DSN: 597-7450)

JOINT TARGETING STAFF - MASL : P122025

JOINT TARGETING STAFF COURSE

Purpose: To provide the DOD with formal joint targeteing training for mid-career operations and intelligence personnel destined for Unified Commands, the Joint Staff, Defense agencies, and designated Service positions involving targeting.

Scope: The focus is on the application of the six-step Joint Targeting Cycle at the theater and operational levels of war: 1) Objectives and Guidance, 2) Target Development, 3) Weaponeering Assessment, 4) Force Application, 5) Excution Planning/Force Execution, and 6) Combat Assessment. The curriculum starts with an introduction to the organizational structures and sytems employed by the four services and DOD support agencies. The remainder of the course involves the presentation of concepts and theory associated with each step of the targeting cycle, which is reinforced through practical application exercises.

JOINT TRANSITION COURSE - MASL : P171016

JOINT TRANSITION COURSE This is a one-week course that is a prerequisite course for all international officers prior to attending the Joint and Combined Staff Officer School except for those students coming directly from a U.S. Service school such as Naval Staff College, Newport, Rhode Island. During this course, you will have the opportunity to learn about the organization and the planning processes associated with the United States and its Department of Defense. The Joint Transition Course is a consolidation of a much broader curriculum and is intended to give you a concise overview of the subject matter. The presentations and discussions that occur in this course are intended to review, and or provide you with, the basic elements of the Joint Professional Military Education Phase I and introduce you to the subject matter that you will be studying over the following ten weeks. Joint Transition Course Schedule provides the daily schedule of events and the classes that will be presented. This course is intensive as you can see; therefore the syllabus guide outlines the lessons, their respective learning objectives, and the associated readings that need to be completed prior to each day. The Joint Forces & Operational Warfighting SMARTbook is your primary text. A hard copy of the publication will be provided on the first day of classes. Preparation for each class will allow class discussion and faculty presentations to reinforce the material. On the final day of the course, you will have an opportunity to use the information provided in the previous classes to conduct an exercise based on a complex operational contingency. The final Joint Transition Course Schedule will be available on-line the week prior to the beginning of class. SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures.

JOURNEYMAN NETWORKING CORE - MASL : P155285

Toprepare technical personnel to administer a networked system with focus on the following functional areas: 1. Configuation Management: Manage changes, additions, and deletions to network system configurations. 2. System Management: Administration of network services, maintaining user accounts, access rights, and directory services. 3. Performance Management: Maintain system reliability statistics, performance checking of system communications pathways, and optimization of system and application performance. Graduates will have foundation skills for system specific follow-on training.

Provides journeyman level instruction in Local Area Networks (LAN) and Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN) with focus on network administration. Lab sessions are scheduled throughout the course to allow students an opportunity to directly apply the concepts presented. Course topic outline: 1. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA); 2. MS Windows2000 Server; 3. MS Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure; 4. MS Windows 2000 Active Directory; 5. MS Exchange 2000 Server; 6. Solaris.

Prerequisites: OTHER candidates must have a minimum of one year hands on networking experience in the Information Systems environment and have a basic understanding of computers, information assurance (security), operating software, applications and computer internals. Paygrade E-4, Rates: CTM,CTO, ETS,FT, IT, STS.

JT ATTACK CONTROLLER - MASL : P121902

NSAWC JTACC (NAVAL STRIKE AND AIR WARFARE JOINT TERMINAL ATTACK CONTROLLERS COURSE)

Purpose: To develop and demonstrate proficiency as a TAC

Scope: Required to demonstrate the ability to conduct CAS/Fire Support Planning, briefing, and execution. Ability to conduct Precision Guided Munitions (PGM) employment and Bomb Hit Assessment (BHA).

JT AVIA SUPPLY MT MMGMT - MASL : P152086

Joint Aviation Supply Maintenance and Material Management (JASMMM)

JASMMM was developed to enhance efficient interface between maintenance and supply personnel. Cooperation and teamwork are highlighted. Attendance is currently limited to Military E-6 and above; Civilian GS-6 and above, and International Students of equivalent rank. JASMMM is the Navy s sole source of aviation logistics training for supply officers and aviation maintenance officers and enlisted personnel assigned to aviation commands. During the ten days, twenty-five (25) Maintenance and Supply topics are discussed as well as case studies, practical labs and practical exercises. Guest speakers from NAVICP, DLA, and NAVSAFECEN have been incorporated into the seminar.

JT/CMB C2W STAFF OFF SCHL - MASL : P171013

ALLIED JOINT INFORMATION OPERATIONS (JINFO) ORIENTATION

The Joint, Command, Control and Information Operations School (JC2IOS) at the Joint Forces Staff College hosts an Allied Joint Information Operations Orientation Course (JIOOC) each year, which is designated as MASL P171013. In 2005, the course was redesigned and extended by one week to incorporate a practical exercise to enable students to conduct information operations (IO) planning within the context of a military operation. The course is taught at the secret releasable level, and invitations are extended to Australia, Canada, Great Britain and New Zealand. The primary audience should include military officers from O-4 to O-6 that are detailed to IO billets or cells and government civilian employees of equivalent rank. The Allied JIOOC is designed to accomplish the following objectives:

1. Acquaint students with United States (US) Department of Defense (DoD) IO policy and doctrine.

2. Familiarize students with IO capabilities available to support military operations.

3. Familiarize students with the military planning process as it applies to IO, emphasizing practical application and recent experiences.

4. Serve as an open forum for sharing and discussing each participating nation s approach to IO.

Guest speakers from throughout the US DoD help reinforce classroom instruction. Topics addressed pertaining specifically to IO may include fundamentals; national strategy and organization; interagency; intelligence support; core, supporting and related capabilities; legal issues; planning; and US military Service-specific support. One visiting student from each country is asked to provide a presentation that addresses their respective country or organization s IO activities. Additional guidance can be provided upon request.

JT/COMB WARFIGHT INTERM - MASL : P171014

JOINT AND COMBINED WARFIGHTING SCHOOL - (JCWS) Provides study in joint and combined organization, planning, and operations, and in related aspects of national and international security to enhance the preparation of selected military officers for duty in all echelons of joint and combined commands. Instruction includes: a) the characteristics, organization, and employment of the Armed Forces; b) the relationships of the U.S. Armed Forces to each other with emphasis on their respective capabilities and limitations; c) principles of the U.S. Unified Command structure, the organization and procedures of joint and combined commands and staffs; d) organization, composition, and functions of joint and combined commands and staffs with respect to strategic, operational, and logistic responsibilities of the commanders; e) emphasis on planning for and the conduct of combat operations, and the organization and composition of current major combined commands in which the United States participates; f) aspects of joint and combined operations, including command relationships, organization, and planning; g) military management with emphasis on current changes in defense management environment, fundamentals of management theory, concepts of decision making, and the description of the latest tools and techniques available to the military manager; h) military, political, geographic, historical, economic, cultural, ideological, and other factors affecting U.S. national strategy and U.S./Allied security including the threat to that security. OBJECTIVES - The JCWS course of instruction (Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) Phase II) builds on the foundation provided by the Service Colleges (JPME Phase I). The intense faculty-student and student-student interaction in the fully joint environment of the JFSC campus cements the professional attitudes and perspectives that are essential to successful military operations. JCWS curriculum addresses fifteen specific learning objectives that are taught through exercises and case studies in a joint seminar environment with emphasis on the application and higher levels of learning. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: JCWS is a ten-week Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) school for mid-grade and senior officers (O4-O6) who have previously attended intermediate or senior level school (JPME Phase I). CJCSI 1800.01B, Officer Professional Military Education Policy (OPMEP), dated 30 August 2004 furnishes the basis for JCWS. Only the highest quality, dedicated, and well-trained personnel with first-class leaders will be able to succeed in the complex, fast-paced, and uncertain environment of future military operations. JCWS is an essential ingredient in preparing officers to meet those challenges. MUST BE A GRADUATE OF A RESIDENT U.S. SERVICE COLLEGE OR JPME PHASE I EQUIVALENT PROGRAM APPROVED BY JCS.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: EACH INTERNATIONAL FELLOW SHOULD BE PREPARED TO PRESENT A 2-HOUR BRIEFING ON THE MISSIONS, CAPABILITIES, AND EXPERIENCES OF HIS/HER COUNTRY S ARMED FORCES. THIS BRIEFING SHOULD FOCUS ON HOW THE ARMED FORCES TYPICALLY OPERATE AS PART OF MULTINATIONAL, COALITION, AND REGIONAL MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS, AND SHOULD EMPHASIZE LESSONS LEARNED FROM THOSE EXPERIENCES. THIS BRIEFING WILL BE CONDUCTED DURING THE SECOND WEEK OF THE JCWS CURRICULUM CONCURRENT WITH THE U.S. STUDENTS PRESENTATION OF THEIR SERVICE CAPABILITIES. THE GOAL OF THESE BRIEFS IS AN AWARENESS OF THE INCREASED SYNERGY AVAILABLE TO WELL-INTEGRATED JOINT AND MULTINATIONAL FORCE CONDUCTING COALITION OPERATIONS.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SHOULD BE HIGHLY FLUENT IN CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH AND SHOULD REPORT 2-DAYS EARLY FOR IN-PROCESSING. THE JFSC JOINT TRANSITION CRS (MALS P171016) IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO JFSC PHII (P171014) UNLESS AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT HAS ATTENDED A U.S. PHI SERVICE SCHOOL, THEN THE JOINT TRANSITION COURSE IS NOT REQUIRED, BUT OPTIONAL.

QUOTAS TO ATTEND THIS COURSE ARE ISSUED ONLY AFTER APPROVAL BY JOINT CHIEF

JTS WEAPONS INTRO - MASL : P122026

THE WEAPONS INTRODUCTION PORTION OF THE JOINT APPLICATIONS COURSE P122028

NOTE: This is not a "stand-alone" course. Must be programmed along with P122028 - Joint Applications Course."

JUDGE ADVOCATE BASIC - MASL : B121569

Scope: The course emphasizes those areas of military law that are most likely to concern a judge advocate officer in the first duty assignment. It provides an introduction to the following areas of military legal practice: criminal law and procedure; administrative and civil law; legal assistance; fiscal law; and international and operational law.

JUDGE ADVOCATE OFFICER GRADUATE - MASL : B171560

Scope: This course prepares career military attorneys for future service in senior judge advocate positions. The course requirements equal or exceed those of graduate programs at other law schools. Students who successfully complete all Graduate Course requirements for a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree receive an LL.M. in Military Law. The course is conducted over an academic year totaling approximately 36.5 credit hours. Core courses consist of 24.5 credit hours in criminal law; administrative and civil law; legal assistance; international an d operational law; government contract and fiscal law; leadership and management; and professional writing. Electives consist of 12 credit hours (including writing requirements).

JUMPMASTER - MASL : B121186

Detailed information and training on: duties and responsibilities of the jumpmaster and safety; procedures for rigging individual equipment containers and door bundles; understanding and identifying personnel parachute components by their specific nomenclature and characteristics; procedures and standards required to conduct a jumpmaster personnel inspection; the duties and responsibilities of the drop zone safety officer; presentation of jumpmaster briefings and prejump training; and the execution of the duties of a jumpmaster from a USAF aircraft inflight during a day/night combat equipment jump.

KC10 BOOM OPR INIT QUAL - MASL : D119044

NONE.

KC135 BASIC BOOM OPR CRS - MASL : D117124

Ground academic instruction covering publications maintenance, aircrew training and evaluation programs, general aircraft safety, equipment and records, associated systems, weight and balance, cargo and passenger handling, crew resource management, and terminal and enroute procedures. Individuals are awarded the 3-skill level for the Air Force Specialty Code 1AOX1, In-flight Refueling Operator career field upon graduation of the Basic Boom Operator Course.

KC-135 INFLIGHT REFUEL OPR - MASL : D119004

Classroom academic training, aircrew training device, and flight training in KC135R Pacer Crag aircraft systems, normal and abnormal operating procedures, weight and balance data computations, cargo loading operations, associated duties, and in-flight refueling duties. This course initially qualifies personnel IAW AFI 11-2KC135V2 to perform duties as an in-flight refueling operator. Training consists of: Academics - 7 weeks; Flying Training - approximately 7 weeks.

KC135 PLT INIT QUAL(PC) - MASL : D111030

Provides proficiency training to initially qualify rated pilots in the pilot position of the KC-135 Pacer Crag aircraft. Training emphasizes procedures and techniques to effectively and safely operate the KC135 in all phases of flight from both pilot seats. Teaches student pilots the duties, responsibilities and crew coordination requirements for multi-engine tanker aircraft. Training consists of: academics - 11 wks, 3 days; flying - 7 wks.

LAAMPA - MASL : P176040

LEGAL ASPECTS OF ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MILITARY AND PUBLIC AGENCIES

President Bush stated in a message to the Senate on October 27, 2005 that: "the international fight against corruption is an important foreign policy priority for the United States. Corruption hinders sustainable development, erodes confidence in democratic institutions, and facilitates transnational crime and terrorism." LAAMPA promotes U.S. foreign policy and the rule of law by enhancing capability to prevent, identify, investigate and prosecute corruption.

What are the benefits LAAMPA?

1) Raises awareness about the negative impact of corruption on societies and the military

2) Develops anti-corruption capabilities of identification and investigation of corrupt practices

3) Creates methods and plans for combating corruption

Who should participate in LAAMPA?

Government officials who are engaged in activities associated with prevention, investigation and prosecution of corruption in the national defense sector or other areas of governmental control.

What do LAAMPA participants learn?

Individual topics include transparent administrative procedures (hiring, firing, and promotions), ethical behavior, organized crime, money laundering, fraud, whistleblowers, abuse of office, identifying corrupt practices in contracting, best practices, and developing strategies for fighting corruption. The course will have a balance of content, practical exercises, and development of methods that lead to a deliverable such as creation of a participant designed training program, training on investigation techniques, and evaluation of a country s laws and regulations in regards to corruption. The IP program features visits in the Newport area and Washington D.C.

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

LAND FORCE FIRE SUPT COORD - MASL : P124505

N03APJ1 - To provide U.S. Marine Corps personnel with the skills needed to work in a battalion level Fire Support Coordination Center during amphibious operations or continuing operations ashore. The course encompasses the concepts, doctrine, principles, and techniques for the planning, coordination, and operational execution of fire support for Battalion size operations. Instruction includes an overview of the fire support planning process, the preparation of plans and orders for fire support; and the specific operational techniques required for the coordinated employment of fire support assets. Practical exercises are provided to reinforce instruction, culminating in a final exercise simulating the execution of a battalion level operation.

PREREQUISITE INFO: This course is tailored for MARINES that hold, or in the future will hold, one of the following billets: Fire Support/Assistant Fire Support Coordinators, Fire Support Chiefs, Artillery Officers, Air Officers, Artillery Liaison Officers/Chiefs, Naval Gunfire Liaison Officers/Chiefs, Rifle Company Commanders, Mortar Platoon Commanders. All other services are approved by course maager on acase-by-case basis. This course is offered to officers and noncommissioned officers/petty officers (E-6 and above). Additional information will be provided to students upon approval of individual quota requests. E4/E5 will be accepted if currently filling a liaison chief billet. PAYGRADE E6-O9.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTION:

Course is taught on an unclassified basis, however, all IMS must have a Secret security clearance annotated on their invitational travel orders (ITO) in order to be admitted to the classroom area. IMS without such a clearance annotated on their ITO will not be admitted to the classroom spaces and cannot attend training.

LANDING SIGNALMAN ENL - MASL : P129101

Provides selected personnel with training in the basic skills required for safe and expeditious helicopter operations aboard Air Capable, Amphibious Assault Aviation LPH/LHA/LHD), and Aviation Ships (CV/CVN). Classroom instruction shall include lessons on helicopter capabilities, limitations and special characteristics, Shipboard Flight Quarters Organization, Helicopter Emergencies, Aircraft Movement, Handling Procedures, Visual Signals, Helicopter Safety, Flight Deck Visual Landing Aides, and Night Vision Goggles.

Prerequisites:

A. Vision correctable to 20/20

B. Normal depth perception

C. Normal color vision

D. Highly motivated

E. Possess qualities of mature judgement

F. Possess basic reading comprehension skills.

LAW OF WAR WORKSHOP - MASL : B121568

Scope: This course is offered twice a year and addresses international customary and conventional law affecting the conduct of forces throughout the spectrum of military operations. The course focuses on the Hague and Geneva Conventions, emphasizing targeting principles and the protections accorded the wounded and sick, prisoners, detainees, and civilians. The course also examines the impact of other law of war treaties such as the United Nations Charter and the 1977 Geneva Protocols. Extensive seminar periods foster discussion and encourage practical application of these important issues.

LCAC FLIGHT HOURS - MASL : P124356

LANDING CRAFT AIR CUSHION (LCAC) FLIGHT HOURS

This Masl Must Be Programmed when P124322, P124323 and P124324 are programmed. Represents (65 LCAC FLIGHT HOURS) which are part of the above courses.

LCT SIMULATOR - MASL : B119975

This MASL is used when LCT Simulator is programmed.

LCT SIMULATOR - SINGAPORE - MASL : B119977

This MASL is used when LCT Simulator-Singapore is programmed.

LDG CHF PETTY OFFR LDRSHP - MASL : P171041

LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE

THE PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE IS TO PROVIDE LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS AND PERSONNEL IN EQUIVALENT LEADERSHIP POSITIONS WITH THE REQUISITE NAVAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS NECESSARY TO FUNCTION AS EFFECTIVE LEADERS AND MANAGERS WITHIN THEIR JOB POSITIONS.

SCOPE: The Advanced Leader Development Program (ALDP) consists of two subsections. The first subsection is the classroom attendance of the Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership Course (LCPOLC). The second subsection is the required e-learning assigned to support the Advanced Leader Development Program and the Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership Course. Completion of both subsections is required for credit in the Advanced Leader Development Program. The Leading Chief Petty Officer Leadership Course (LCPOLC) supports Chief Petty Officers assigned to the leadership roles and responsibilities for planning and executing divisional/departmental functions; to include the professional and personal growth of those personnel assigned. LCPOLC attendance is required for personnel (E7) assigned to any comparable position. Previous completion of the ALDP or CPO LTC (CIN P-500-0051 or P-500-0021) satisfies the requirement for LCPOLC position assignment. The Navy Leadership Competency Model (NLCM) assigns the following competencies to the Advanced Leader Development Program: Accomplishing Mission, Leading People, Leading Change, Working With People and Resource Stewardship. Posted on the ALDP tab on the Leadership page will also be the Navy e-learnings required to successfully complete the Advanced Leader Development Program.

LEADERSHIP & MGMT G-P-OLAM - MASL : P162225

This course is designed for mid-grade officer and senior enlisted students (military and civilian). The course objective is to enhance supervisory skills in communication for understanding and exerting a positive influence. The curriculum is designed so that each concept is introduced, discussed, and applied in a measurable fashion using the instructional systems design (ISD) process. In addition, each student is given individual feedback on strengths and weaknesses in applying these skills. The training is experiential and relies on role-playing, case studies, and group activities to facilitate the students learning.

Prerequisites: None.

Note: Instructors from the Leadership Development Center teach this course at operational units throughout the USCG.

LEARNING TREE INTERNATIONAL (NY) - MASL : B178124

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for Learning Tree Int. - NY is programmed.

LEARNING TREE INTERNATIONAL (RESTON) - MASL : B178123

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for Learning Tree Int. - Reston is programmed.

LEARNING TREE ROCKVILLE MD - MASL : B178122

This MASL is used when Contractor Training for LEARNING TREE ROCKVILLE MD is programmed.This MASL is used when Contractor Training for LEARNING TREE ROCKVILLE MD is programmed.

LEGAL ASPECTS CMBTERRORISM - MASL : P176028

LEGAL ASPECTS OF COMBATING TERRORISM:

1. What is a DIILS Legal Aspects of Combating Terrorism in CONUS seminar?

There may be circumstances in which a DIILS Legal Aspects of Combating Terrorism seminar will be conducted in CONUS. The same description applies as for a standard DIILS seminar except the location will be tbd in CONUS and DIILS will have many of the responsibilities that exist for a standing DIILS Resident program. The DIILS CONUS seminar addresses the multi-faceted problem of how to defeat terrorism while adhering to the rule of law. Depending on the unique circumstances in each participating country, DIILS presents a focused seminar on key legal issues. These topics include the military response to terrorism to include rules of engagement and use of force issues; the law enforcement response to terrorism including investigations, prosecution, international law enforcement money laundering, and the involvement of organized crime; maritime security and terrorism where appropriate; border security issues; defining terrorism and the differences of international terrorism and internal armed conflicts; and how interagency cooperation can enhance the fight against terrorism. Presentations by DIILS staff and subject matter experts, case studies based on recent events, discussion problems, and host nation group and individual presentations all work together to create an effective and practical experience for the participants.

2. What will the SAO have to do?

The SAO and the DIILS team work closely to determine all details of the MET. Seminar location, number and choice of participants, timing of the seminar, translation services, gift exchange, finances, opening and closing ceremonies, and press coverage are a few topics which will need to be resolved. In addition the SAO will assist with the in-country transportation and housing for the DIILS team.

3. Who will make up the DIILS team?

Usually, a DIILS team will consist of four team members led by a DIILS staff member. A typical Legal Aspects of Combating Terrorism team consists of civilians who are employees of various government agencies combating terrorism, military operational law experts, and others with experience working in legal matters involving terrorism.

4. What is the cost of a seminar?

Per diem and travel for the team, translation and printing of materials seminar are some of the costs involved in preparing for the seminar. Per diem and travel for participants traveling to CONUS will be required. DIILS will arrange transportation to and from the seminar site and arrange lodging.

5. Who issues the fund cite?

DIILS will issue a fund cite for in-country costs to the SAO. Estimates for all in-country costs should be sent to DIILS as early as possible. NETSAFA manages funding, but sends all monies for a MET to DIILS for further issuance to the SAO.

6. What happens next?

Further seminars and work groups may focus on one or more key legal areas of combating terrorism and work towards a deliverable such as a plan to engage different agencies in developing common legal concepts and de-conflicting the work of the military and civilian law enforcement.

SPECIAL NOTE: Please see Section II of the U.S. Navy International Training & Education Catalog for further information regarding quota procedures. Course is open to and useful for military commanders and staff officers who need to increase knowledge of legal issues involved in military operations or make more effective use of legal advisors.

What do I-LOMO participants learn?

I-LOMO provides the latest information and viewpoints on legal issues applicable to modern military operations including recent developments in the Law of Armed Conflict, Rules of Engagement and the Role of the Military Legal Advisor in Operational Planning. I-LOMO is taught by instructors from the DIILS and the Naval War College. Adjunct International Faculty from U.K., Australia, Germany, Japan and other countries also provide instruction and their national perspective. I-LOMO participants attend a 3 day International Conference on Operational Law sponsored by the Naval War College. The IP program features visits in the Newport area and to Boston.

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

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

LIAISON OFFICER - NAVSEA - MASL : P179090

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

LIAISON OFFICER - SPAWAR - MASL : P179071

LIAISON OFFICER - SPAWAR

LIAISON OFFICER - USMC - MASL : P179100

LIAISON OFFICER - USMC

LIAISON OFFICER CONUS-NETC - MASL : P179000

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

LIFE SUPPORT - MASL : D302044

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.

LIGHT ARMORED VEHICLE LDR - MASL : P121855

LIGHT ARMORED VEHICLE LEADER COURSE

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

Prerequisite Info: Combat arms/combat support. Staff sergeants through captains (E-6 - O-3) who are or will be assigned to a light armored unit. Students must pass USMC PFT. Students must be able to obtain a valid drivers license. Graduate of Basic Officer Course (P179250), Infantry Officer Course (P121008), or Infantry Platoon Sergeant Course (P121036 or P121037), or equivalent.

*NOTE: It is highly recommended that the Basic Officer, Infantry Officer (for officers) and Infantry Platoon Sergeant (for enlisted) course be considered prior to send students to the LAV Officer and SNCO Course. This will give the students a solid background in infantry skills and tactics. All USMC officers and SNCOs go through these courses prior to attending LAV Officer And SNCO course.

LINK-16 NETWORK D&M - MASL : P139285

**LINK 16 NETWORK DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT***

To familiarize the student with JTIDS/MIDS network design and management procedures and configuration management.

LM2500 GAS TURBINE TRAINING - MASL : P145001

LM2500 GAS TURBINE TRAINING

Course overview:

This course is intended for Foreign Navy personnel who utilize the General Electric LM2500 for ship propulsion and power generation. This course will teach the student the principles, construction, function, components, and maintenance philosophy of the LM2500 gas turbine.

Course Content:

- Gas Turbine Theory

- LM2500 Major Assemblies

- LM2500 Accessories

- LM2500 Secondary Systems

- Base Enclosure

- Borescope Inspections

- Preventative Maintenance

- Corrective Maintenance

LM2500 MAINT TEAM LEAD - MASL : P145515

LM2500 MAINTENANCE TEAM LEADER CERTIFICATION

Course 1: LM2500 Maintenance Team Leader Certification

This hands-on course teaches how to complete technical directives GTB 22, 12, 24, as well as compressor blade replacement. Students are afforded enough practice time on a training engine to become certified Team Leaders in these maintenance actions.

Length: 3 weeks.

LM2500 MARINE GAS TURBINE - MASL : P145516

LM2500 MARINE GAS TURBINE INSPECTOR

This hands-on and classroom course teaches how to inspect LM2500 gas turbines both externally and internally with a borescope. In addition, engine systems and engine performance analysis are taught. At the conclusion of the course a test is admininistered, allowing studends to obtain a LM2500 Marine Gas Turbine Inspector Certification.

Length: 3 weeks.

LOADMASTER/C-130/TACT - MASL : D153012

Mission qualifies aircraft loadmasters in C-130E/H aircraft. Includes academic, static loading, and flying in airdrop operations.

LOADMASTER/C-130-INIT - MASL : D153015

Initially qualifies aircraft loadmasters in the C-130 E/H aircraft. Includes academic, static loading, and flying training.

LOADMSTR TACT ALFT IN/C130 - MASL : D153020

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

LOG INFO FUNDAMENTALS - MASL : B151921

This course provides the fundamentals and technical knowledge necessary to understand basic cataloging principles. The four steps in item identification process will be identified: Item Name Selection, Federal Supply Classification, Reference and Characteristics Data, National Stock Number (NSN) assignment. The student will perform exercises in the accomplishment of each of the four steps.

LOG INFO MGT COURSE - MASL : B151924

The primary objective is to prepare the student to manage and operate a National Codification Bureau (NCB). It focuses on the cataloging rules and standards of the NATO Codification System used by the United States, NATO and dozens of other nations around the world. It provides a broad management overview on procedural requirements, tools and information system infrastructure necessary to implement a national codification system, and the interface and uses of codification data in logistics life-cycle applications, primary logistics functions (at both the wholesale and retail levels), and weapons systems acquisition processes. The cataloging systems used by the various US services and agencies and its application in actual field level activities will form the foundation for the program. The first phase of the program will deal with a general overview of systems acquisition, engineering data management and logistics operations related to weapons system life cycle support. The second phase will be focused more specifically on the principles of cataloging, and the application of those principles in the NCS. The third phase will provide valuable on-the-job (OJT) training in the various operations and disciplines within the Defense Logistics Information Services (DLIS) responsible for the operation of the Federal Cataloging System within the US. As a means of cultural exchange, a one-week Informational Program will acquaint students with the Amercian way of life.

The primary objective is to prepare the student to manage and operate a National Codification Bureau (NCB). It focuses on the cataloging rules and standards of the NATO Codification System used by the United States, NATO and dozens of other nations around the world. It provides a broad management overview on procedural requirements, tools and information system infrastructure necessary to implement a national codification system, and the interface and uses of codification data in logistics life-cycle applications, primary logistics functions (at both the wholesale and retail levels), and weapons systems acquisition processes. The cataloging systems used by the various US services and agencies and its application in actual field level activities will form the foundation for the program. The first phase of the program will deal with a general overview of systems acquisition, engineering data management and logistics operations related to weapons system life cycle support. The second phase will be focused more specifically on the principles of cataloging, and the application of those principles in the NCS. The third phase will provide valuable on-the-job (OJT) training in the various operations and disciplines within the Defense Logistics Information Services (DLIS) responsible for the operation of the Federal Cataloging System within the US. As a means of cultural exchange, a one-week Informational Program will acquaint students with the Amercian way of life.

LOG INFO OPERATIONS - MASL : B151922

This course will provide the student with the "how-to" functions of performing fundamental cataloging. CFTC Week 1 provides cataloging fundamentals, Week 2 focuses on the "how to".This course will provide the student with the "how-to" functions of performing fundamental cataloging. CFTC Week 1 provides cataloging fundamentals, Week 2 focuses on the "how to".

LOGISTICS EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT - MASL : B151779

Presented generally at the graduate level. This infers that the student should possess the initiative to pursue some self-developed educational goas and the willingness to share expertise and experience with classmates. This course recognizes that each student brings valuable expertise in one or more course-related areas. The class collectively has expertise in the full range of logistics management. Instruction will include accepted theory, established policy, doctrine, and applications to the management of defense logistics.

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT - MASL : B151780

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

LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT/GRAD - MASL : D178007

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

LOGISTICS OFFICER - MASL : P124355

LOGISTICS OFFICER

PURPOSE: To prepare entry level and lateral move company grade officers for duty in a logistics related billet at the battalion or equivalent level where their responsibilities will encompass logistics, embarkation, combat service support (CSS), maintenance management, and motor transport operations and maintenance.

SCOPE: This course provides an entry-level foundation of professional knowledge in logistics and develops the skills necessary to function effectively in a logistics billet. Logistics and CSS planning functions are taught for non-deployment and deployment environments. Subject matter includes the management of ground equipment maintenance, publications control, the Marine Corps supply system, and the Marine Corps Integrated Maintenance Management System (MIMMS). Also included within the course is instruction on the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Deployment Support System II (MDSS II), computer-aided embarkation planning, embarkation and strategic mobility, the manual preparation of load plans for ship and Air Mobility Command (AMC) aircraft, CSS planning, publications for CSS plans, and Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) requirements. Instruction is also included in operations, aviation, intelligence, host nation/interservice support information systems, communications as they affect logistics planning and CSS operations, and a logistics case study. The course also contains specialized instruction on motor transportation operations and maintenance, vehicle fording and recovery operations, vehicle camouflage, night driving operations, and tactical and administrative convoys. A final scenario is used as the framework for a motor transport field exercise.

STUDENT PREREQUISITIES: Entry level Marine officers, company grade officers making a lateral move to OccFld 04, or those intending to qualify for secondary 0402 MOS.

REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS: Students report to Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools, Training Command, PSC Box 20041, Camp Lejeune (Camp Johnson), North Carolina 28542-0041. During working hours report at Bldg. M130, phone number DSN 750-0702 or coml. (910) 450-0702; after working hours report to AOOD at Bldg. M131, phone number DSN 750-0779 or coml. (910) 450-0779. Government messing is not available, billeting is available.

LOGISTICS READINES OFFICER - MASL : D151025

Provides training in: logistics fundamentals, the Air and Space Expeditionary Air Force (EAF) concept, total force, Logistics Readiness Officer (LRO) combat wing roles and responsibilities, roles and responsibilities of LROs outside of the combat wing, wing programs impacting logistics, LRO issues, introduction to the materiel management core competency, asset accountability, asset visibility, asset control, introduction to the distribution core competency, distribution operations, vehicle management processes, introduction to the contingency operations core competency, deliberate planning, deployments, and crisis action planning.

LOGTOOL (LIT) - MASL : P151200

International Logistics Internet Toolbox (ILIT) (1 Week) International Officers only, grade O-1 to O-4, waivers available for civilian and enlisted students. This course offers an in depth review of the U.S. military's internet based logistics tools, available to International Customers. ILIT will help International Customers develop a process oriented working knowledge of DOD web-based logistics systems. Instruction is modeled after training provided to U.S. DoD civilian and military personnel, working in the supply and maintenance communities. The five day course will focus on the Logistics Supply Chain, defined as Identifying Assets, Locating Assets, Ordering Assets and Tracking Assets. Course will provide attendees an expert knowledge of: - Weblink International (a DLA web portal), providing access to: - FEDLOG on line via LOGRUN - SAMMS, Asset Visibility of DLA stock on hand, Item Managers notes and -(LIPS) Requisition Status, including detailed shipping information (DSS) - Defense Reutilization Marketing Service (DRMS) for excess DoD stock in disposal Students will also access the Navy's International Programs E-Business Suite and the Air Force's Security Assistance Center (AFSAC). Throughout the training curriculum, students will receive Microsoft Excel training, relating to the intelligent management of logistics data. The Logtool.net logistics web portal will be utilized to help guide students through the numerous links available. Course content is flexible, allowing for unique needs of students and updated frequently to ensure current changes in systems are included in every class. Students will work with their own country's real time data in order to demonstrate methods used to improve logistics support.



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