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This course provides an overview of responsibilities as an Air Load Planner representative. The course is designed to educate unit movement representatives with the knowledge and skills required to conduct airlift planning as part of a joint airlift operations.
Provide performance oriented training on receipt, accountability, transport and safety for live ammunition and related residue. Regulations and practices are used IAW AR 385-64, AR 385-63, FORSCOM REG 700-4, DOD 6055.9 STD, DOD 5100.76M, and QASAS Procedures.
Trains and licenses personnel to operate a military bus while complying with federal, state and applicable installation regulations and observing safety procedures governing passenger carrying vehicles.
Trains non-medical soldiers to provide immediate lifesaving measures beyond the level of self-aid or buddy-aid to wound soldiers in forward battle areas. Certification is valid for 365 days from the date issuance. References include Combat Lifesaver Correspondence Course, AR 350-1, TRADOC PAM 525-50, FR REG 350-1, and Chapter 10-11.
This course provides an overview of responsibilities as a Container Control Officer (CCO). It is geared for the Mid-level to Senior-level Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer. The CCO has a functional responsibility of the container life cycle, and operational management support.
Qualifies personnel as unit NBC Defense Officers/NCOs as required by AR 350-1 (one officer and one enlisted alternate per company) and to train those individuals in techniques needed for combat operations in a chemical, biological and nuclear environment. The course prepares the students to function as unit NBC Defense Officers/NCOs and includes: chemical, biological and nuclear defense organization and training requirements; chemical agents-physiological effects, protective measures and first aid; biological agents-physiological and physical effects, field behavior and first aid; protective measures and effects of nuclear weapons (blast, heat, initial and residual radiation, and electro-magnetic pulse), protective measure, yield estimation, fallout prediction and operational aspects of radiation; NBC reports, maintenance and use of chemical, biological, nuclear, and radiological defense equipment and material; individual and collective protection; decontamination; and Smoke Pot requirements and effects of weather and terrain on smoke.
This course provides training managers at the company, battalion, and brigade level with hands-on instruction on the functional operation of the Digital Management System (DTMS). Instruction covers basic systems access including unit training management, enrollment, Battle roster analysis, ad-hoc and status reporting, seat allocations, soldier and organizational participation tracking, class scheduling, real time event and resource management, tracking new equipment training as well as sustainment training. Additionally, IAW AR 350-1, ATN, students will receive an introduction to Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS).
Provides formal training to unit level Field Sanitation members. This course will cover basic, informative knowledge and practical training necessary to keep people healthy when local infrastructure is not available using Preventive Medical Measures (PMM).
This course provides Supply Managers with an overview of the procedures used by Army organizations to control and account for supplies and equipment by using the GCSS-Army (Global Combat Support System) supply database. Theory and application of both manual and automated tasks are presented with lecture and practical exercises. Supply Manager areas of major emphasis include procedures used that enable an organization to account for resources and provide managers with logistical data needed to ascertain spending trends and to account for Property Accountability, Equipment Inventories, and Supply Functionality.
This course will provide instruction to military service members and Department of Defense employees in the proper procedures and techniques necessary to perform facility maintenance and upkeep. Course includes administrative requirements and procedures on use of military forms and records, basic tools, masonry repair, painting, minor sheet rock repair, tile replacement, proper use of building materials, carpentry, minor plumbing, and electrical maintenance.
Unit Movement I and II course provides personnel with the knowledge and skills to perform the functionalities necessary to operate TC-AMIS II software. Give an overview of the Army deployment and re-deployment process, training designed for UMO officers and NCO’s to create Unit Deployment List (UDL). Update and maintain Organizational Equipment List (OEL).
Provides sustainment training to enlisted personnel in the operation and management of the unit arms room, maintenance of weapons, required forms and reports, and physical security IAW AR 190-11. This course also includes physical security and proper physical security inspections conducted by your PMO.
This course is designed to train an individual on procedures to transport equipment by rail and aircraft. Students that complete this course will be qualified to train smaller groups at their military unit(s) on the proper procedures to load equipment on rail and aircraft.
This course prepares personnel to assume the duties of a unit movement officer/ NCO, and includes instruction on the following: unit deployment planning; unit movement plans; planning and conduct of movement planning; COMPASS/ OEL; unit movement automation; preparation of unit supplies and equipment for movement by surface mode; planning and conduct of preparation of hazardous cargo for movement by surface mode; planning and conduct of CONUS highway operations; convoy documentation; marshalling area procedures; use of containers in unit deployment; rail movement planning; rail equipment characteristics and use; blocking, bracing, packing, crating, and tie down procedures and equipment for all modes of transport; rail load-out exercise; host nation rail movement operations; inland waterways; strategic airlift; airfield operations; preparation of supplies, equipment and personnel for movement by air; building a 463L pallet; unit deployment through a sea port of embarkation; use of radio frequency/ automated information technology systems; theater reception, staging, on-ward movement, and integration; and redeployment of personnel, equipment by all modes of transportation. Instruction is mainly hands on-instructor led and independent student practical exercises.