The Military On-Site Training (MOST) program's mission is to enhance the readiness posture of US Army Reserve, National Guard, as well as Active Duty units by delivering cost-effective and flexible skill-based training. Click on the image below for a full brochure of courses and services available.
All courses are delivered in a hands-on training format.
College credit may be available depending on training location.
Instruction can be customized to meet the specific needs of each command.
Courses can be scheduled to coincide with drill weekends, annual, weekly, or pre-deployment training.
For Reserve component units significant savings can be achieved by bringing the training to your soldiers. Sending unit members to distant locations can become cost prohibitive as the number of soldiers requiring training increases. The MOST program is designed to significantly reduce the unit's associated cost of travel, per diem, and MSA/UTA funding. Contact us today to explore tomorrow's training opportunities.
Our instructor cadre consists of dedicated subject area experts with extensive military backgrounds, bringing real-world experience into the classroom. The MOST program teaching philosophy is to provide a high quality, effective, and positive skills-based education. Our approach is to teach the warrior, not the book. The goal is for every Soldier to leave the class with a thorough understanding of the course material and the ability to begin using their new skills immediately in the unit.
The MOST program training opportunities are available in many locations. Contact the MOST program today to learn more! Recent locations that we have provided training include, but are not limited to, these active and Reserve/NG installations:
Fort Belvoir, Va.
Fort Benning, Ga.
Fort Gordon, Ga.
Fort Huachuca, Ariz.
Fort Irwin, Calif.
Fort Jackson, S.C.
Fort Knox, Ky.
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Fort Meade, Md.
Fort Sheridan, Ill.
Fort Sill, Okla.
Kansas City, Mo.
Sioux Falls, S.D.
Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa, Japan