Collective Training Resources

Click on the tabs below for Collective Training resources specific to Sustainment Units.

 

Theater Sustainment Command (TSC)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

63702R000 - HHC, THEATER SUSTAINMENT COMMAND (TSC)

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to TSC personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the TSC:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Expeditonary Sustainment Command (ESC)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

63702R100 - HHC, EXPEDITIONARY SUSTAINMENT CMD

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to ESC personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F)

 CPX-F

Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F) TSP:

READ THIS FIRST! The Command Post Exercise Functional (CPX-F) Training Support Package (TSP) has been developed to assist the Expeditionary Sustainment Brigade (ESC), Sustainment Brigade (SB) or Combat Sustainment Support Brigade (CSSB) in meeting Train Ready 2 (TR2) event requirements. The exercise contained within the TSP is designed to conduct Support Operations (SPO) centric and Command and Control (C2) collective training in integrating all elements of functional logistics. The CPX-F TSP is designed to be executed as a home station training event within the Mission Training Center (MTC) environment.

After opening any of the "CPX-F TSP on AKO" links below, users should first access the file “Getting Started with CPX-F” document for an explanation of the TSP structure, what is contained in the various folders, and which folders specific individuals should become familiar with in order to begin planning.

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB TSP on AKO: Click Here

Note – JDLM Database is found in a zip file in Annex H (Simulations and Communications Architecture).

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here

NEW! Pre-Exercise Training Videos: Click Here. Note - These videos provide interactive tutorial of existing powerpoints found in Annex D and Annex E from the TSP on AKO link above.

JTIMS JMSEL site access: Click Here. Note - registration is required to access the JTIMS database. Registration instructions can be found in the MSEL Annex from the CPX-F TSP link above.

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the ESC:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Sustainment Brigade (SUST BDE)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

63302R000 - HHC AND SPECIAL TROOPS BATTALION SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE

63862R000 - HHC, SUSTAIN BDE (SO) (A)

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to Sust Bde personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F)

 CPX-F

Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F) TSP:

READ THIS FIRST! The Command Post Exercise Functional (CPX-F) Training Support Package (TSP) has been developed to assist the Expeditionary Sustainment Brigade (ESC), Sustainment Brigade (SB) or Combat Sustainment Support Brigade (CSSB) in meeting Train Ready 2 (TR2) event requirements. The exercise contained within the TSP is designed to conduct Support Operations (SPO) centric and Command and Control (C2) collective training in integrating all elements of functional logistics. The CPX-F TSP is designed to be executed as a home station training event within the Mission Training Center (MTC) environment.

After opening any of the "CPX-F TSP on AKO" links below, users should first access the file “Getting Started with CPX-F” document for an explanation of the TSP structure, what is contained in the various folders, and which folders specific individuals should become familiar with in order to begin planning.

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB TSP on AKO: Click Here

Note – JDLM Database is found in a zip file in Annex H (Simulations and Communications Architecture).

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here

NEW! Pre-Exercise Training Videos: Click Here. Note - These videos provide interactive tutorial of existing powerpoints found in Annex D and Annex E from the TSP on AKO link above.

JTIMS JMSEL site access: Click Here. Note - registration is required to access the JTIMS database. Registration instructions can be found in the MSEL Annex from the CPX-F TSP link above.

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the SB:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

63426R000 - HHC, Combat Sustainment Support Battalion

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to CSSB personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F)

 CPX-F

Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F) TSP:

READ THIS FIRST! The Command Post Exercise Functional (CPX-F) Training Support Package (TSP) has been developed to assist the Expeditionary Sustainment Brigade (ESC), Sustainment Brigade (SB) or Combat Sustainment Support Brigade (CSSB) in meeting Train Ready 2 (TR2) event requirements. The exercise contained within the TSP is designed to conduct Support Operations (SPO) centric and Command and Control (C2) collective training in integrating all elements of functional logistics. The CPX-F TSP is designed to be executed as a home station training event within the Mission Training Center (MTC) environment.

After opening any of the "CPX-F TSP on AKO" links below, users should first access the file “Getting Started with CPX-F” document for an explanation of the TSP structure, what is contained in the various folders, and which folders specific individuals should become familiar with in order to begin planning.

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB TSP on AKO: Click Here

Note – JDLM Database is found in a zip file in Annex H (Simulations and Communications Architecture).

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here

NEW! Pre-Exercise Training Videos: Click Here. Note - These videos provide interactive tutorial of existing powerpoints found in Annex D and Annex E from the TSP on AKO link above.

JTIMS JMSEL site access: Click Here. Note - registration is required to access the JTIMS database. Registration instructions can be found in the MSEL Annex from the CPX-F TSP link above.

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the CSSB:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Aviation Support Battalion (ASB)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

Listed below are CATS that support the ASB elements.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to ASB personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the ASB:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Brigade Support Battalion (BSB)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

Listed below are CATS that support the BSB elements.

  • HHC/HHD
  • Distro CO
  • Med CO
  • FMC
  • FSC

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to BSB personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the BSB:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Ordnance (OD)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

Listed below are CATS that support the OD.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to OD personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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eOrdanceU: Ordnance University

To access eOrdnanceU, Click Here        eOrdnanceU

eOrdnanceU is the U.S. Army Lifelong Learning Center's distributed learning system supporting the Ordnance community. eOrdnanceU gives users the capability to access online courses, download training materials, conduct collaborative discussions with peers and subject matter experts via site forums, and much more.

 

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Logistics Readiness Training Program (LRTP)

LRTP

Click Here to access LRTPs developed by the OD Proponent.

An LRTP is a complete training package that integrates all directorates of sustainment training in order to provide a resource that will leverage institutional capabilities and enhance operational readiness.

LRTPs are developed to support identified unit training requirements and will change over time based upon newly identified gaps and newly identified requirements voiced by the concerns of the operational army.

 

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Unit Diagnostics Immersion Program (UDIP)

Click Here for UDIP resources.

The Unit Diagnostics Immersion Program (UDIP)  is a diagnostic centric train-the-trainer program that will provide enhanced training to maintainers of the M1A2, M2/3, M109A6 and the STRYKER platforms. This training will provide a greater foundation of fault isolation and component repair in order to reduce a high no evidence of failure (NEOF) rate and decrease the amount of OPTEMPO dollars required to maintain a high rate of readiness during Decisive Action Training.

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to OD:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

Listed below are CATS that support the EOD:

HHD ORD GRP (EOD) (09627R000)

MODULAR AMMUNITION ORDNANCE COMPNAY (09400R000)

ORDNANCE COMPANY (EOD) (09440R000)

HHD ORD BN (EOD) (09446R000)

ORDNANCE CO (EOD) (09447A000)

HHD, ORD BN (AMMO) DS/GS (09666R000)

ORD CO.(EOD) (CONUS SUPT) (09747R100)

 

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to BSB personnel. These include:

  • Combined Logistics Captains Career Course--a 3-phase,
    20-week course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • CSSAMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--a 2-week phase at Ft Lee or the unit location focused primarily on BSB operations.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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eOrdanceU: Ordnance University

To access eOrdnanceU, Click Here        eOrdnanceU

eOrdnanceU is the U.S. Army Lifelong Learning Center's distributed learning system supporting the Ordnance community. eOrdnanceU gives users the capability to access online courses, download training materials, conduct collaborative discussions with peers and subject matter experts via site forums, and much more.

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the EOD:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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EODD Training Development milBook

EOD

To access the EODD Training Development milBook, Click Here

This forum is restricted to uniformed Army EOD Soldiers, all other access requests will be granted on a case by case basis. The EODD-TDD Group will be used to disseminate draft training documents for staffing and collaboration, as well as posting approved publications, to the EOD community. This forum, particularly your comments and inputs, will be instrumental in ensuring that the best possible content is included in our training publications supporting the EOD Career Field.

 

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Quartermaster (QM)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

Listed below are CATS that support the QM.

  • 10-Series CATS
  • 42-Series CATS

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to QM personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to QM:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Transportation (TC)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

 

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

Listed below are CATS that support the  TC.

 

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to TC personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F)

 CPX-F

Command Post Exercise - Functional (CPX-F) TSP:

READ THIS FIRST! The Command Post Exercise Functional (CPX-F) Training Support Package (TSP) has been developed to assist the Expeditionary Sustainment Brigade (ESC), Sustainment Brigade (SB) or Combat Sustainment Support Brigade (CSSB) in meeting Train Ready 2 (TR2) event requirements. The exercise contained within the TSP is designed to conduct Support Operations (SPO) centric and Command and Control (C2) collective training in integrating all elements of functional logistics. The CPX-F TSP is designed to be executed as a home station training event within the Mission Training Center (MTC) environment.

After opening any of the "CPX-F TSP on AKO" links below, users should first access the file “Getting Started with CPX-F” document for an explanation of the TSP structure, what is contained in the various folders, and which folders specific individuals should become familiar with in order to begin planning.

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB TSP on AKO: Click Here
CPX-F Transportation Brigade Expeditionary (TBX) TSP on AKO: Click Here

Note – JDLM Database is found in a zip file in Annex H (Simulations and Communications Architecture).

CPX-F RSOI Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE Sust Bde Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE ESC Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F DATE CSSB Training Circular (TC-4-93.x): Click Here
CPX-F Transportation Brigade Expeditionary (TBX) Training Circular (TC-4-93.x) on AKO: Click Here

NEW! Pre-Exercise Training Videos: Click Here. Note - These videos provide interactive tutorial of existing powerpoints found in Annex D and Annex E from the TSP on AKO link above.

JTIMS JMSEL site access: Click Here. Note - registration is required to access the JTIMS database. Registration instructions can be found in the MSEL Annex from the CPX-F TSP link above.

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to Transportation:

TC-55-60-17: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE50,000-POUND ROUGH-TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER

TC-55-60-18: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE KALMAR 53,000-POUND ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER (RTCH)

TC-55-88-1: RAIL HANDBOOK FOR AIR BRAKE AND TRAIN HANDLING RULES

TC-55-509: MARINE ENGINEMAN'S HANDBOOK

TC-55-509-1: MARINE ELECTRICITY

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 4-13.17 CARGO SPECIALIST'S HANDBOOK

TC 4-15.51 MARINE CREWMAN'S HANDBOOK

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Adjutant General (AG)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

CATS Supporting Adjutant General:

HR SUSTAINMENT CTR (12682R000)

HUMAN RESOURCES COMPANY (12410R100)

MIL MAIL TERM TM (12567GA00)

MIL MAIL TERM TM (12567RA00)

THEATER GATEWAY PER ACCOUNTABILITY TEAM (12567RB00)

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

 

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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Warfighter Training Support Packages (TSPs)

AG SharePoint Collective Training Resources:

To Access the AG Training Support Packages, Click Here        Sharepoint - FMS

This material resides in the SSI/TDD SharePoint training material repository. The TSPs are listed individually in the left hand column, after clicking on the link above.

A TSP is a complete, stand-alone, exportable training package that integrates all training products and materials required to train one or more tasks.

TSPs are developed to support identified unit training requirements. Many TSPs developed by Collective Training are created to provide an overview of changes in doctrine or provide instruction on topics the command has identified as items of special interest to Soldires and Soldiers' units in the field.

 

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to AG:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Finance (FI)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

CATS Supporting Financial Management:

FIN MGMT CTR (14537R000)

FINANCIAL MGMT SPT UNIT (FMSU) (14420R000)

FIN MGMT DET (14527RB00)

COMBINED ARMS TRAINING STRATEGY (CATS) UPDATE, JULY 2015.

Recently published Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS) for a Financial Management Support Unit (FMSU) is available at Army Training Network (ATN).

Point of contact is the SSI, Collective Training Branch:

Email: usarmy.jackson.93-sig-bde.list.jackson-ssi-fm-hr-collec@mail.mil

or (803) 751-8727.

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Finance Training Portal

FinanceDUIShield Click Here to access the Finance Training Portal.

 

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

 

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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Warfighter Training Support Packages (TSPs)

FI SharePoint Collective Training Resources:

To Access the FMS Training Support Packages, Click Here        Sharepoint - FMS

This material resides in the SSI/TDD SharePoint training material repository. The TSPs are listed individually in the left hand column, after clicking on the link above.

A TSP is a complete, stand-alone, exportable training package that integrates all training products and materials required to train one or more tasks.

TSPs are developed to support identified unit training requirements. Many TSPs developed by Collective Training are created to provide an overview of changes in doctrine or provide instruction on topics the command has identified as items of special interest to Soldires and Soldiers' units in the field.

Here is a list of specific TSPs of interest to the FI community:

Conduct Financial Management Support Unit (FMSU) Operations

Conduct Finance Operations Section Activities

Conduct Commercial Vendor Service (CVS) Section Activities

Conduct Disbursing Section Activities

Conduct Internal Control (IC) Section Activities

Conduct Mobile FMST Team Activities

Conduct Financial Management Support Detachment (FMSD) Operations

Conduct Financial Management Support Center (FMSC) Operations

Conduct Financial Management Support Center (FMSC) Cash Management Activities

Conduct Financial Management Support Center (FMSC) Accounting Activities

Conduct Financial Management Support Center (FMSC) Internal Control (IC) Activities

Conduct Financial Management Support Center (FMSC) Automation Activities

Conduct Financial Management Support Center (FMSC) Policy Procedures

Conduct G8 Operations

 

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Command Post Exercise (CPX) "In A Box"

CPX In A Box

Click Here first, to access the user's guide, which is teach you how to access and navigate CPX In A Box.

Click Here to access the site, after reviewing the user's guide in the link above.

CPX In A Box is a training tool that enables and supports home station training of the Operating and Generating Force (specifically Army Financial Management (FM) and the Contracting Community). This long overdue training tool replicates usage of the ERP (Enterprise Resourcing Planning) systems used to support the procurement process. From funding commander requirements to awarding of the associated contract, processing of the goods received to paying the required obligation, FM elements are now able to practice war-time competencies in an interconnected-systems environment.

At the click of a button, the ultimate (technical) training experience is at the finger tip of commanders and trainers.  What, How and When?  'CPX in a Box' (CB) is a systems approach that aids home station training of Army Financial Management (FM) and Operational Contract Support (OCS) elements.

It is a web-based (CAC-accessible) virtual training tool that links relevant, time-phased and tailorable training scenarios. CB facilitates multi, joint and unilateral technical FM and OCS for Decisive Action in support of Unified Land Operations (ULO).  CB scenarios (complete with supporting documents normally derived from the Orders Process, e.g. Operations Order, Annexes) are inextricably linked to Standardized Army Universal Task List (AUTL). Extremely user-friendly, CB simplifies the training design process.

If you want to increase the amount of time you have as a commander and/or training officer/NCO to (a) evaluate your subordinates and/or (b) retrain select tasks...then look no further.

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to FI:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Special Operations Forces

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to SOF personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to SOF:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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Group Support Battalion (GSB)

Combined Arms Training Strategies (CATS)

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CATS are the Army's overarching strategy for focusing on near term unit training or on identifying future unit training strategies and requirements. The CATS is a flexible system that supports comanders in designing their training programs by providing them with a menu of training tasks, events and resources to plan and manage training.

Access all units' CATS data at the Army Training Network (ATN)

The authoritative source for accessing CATS is through the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). Because DTMS users must have approval for access, DTMS CATS data can also be pulled by the Army Training Network (ATN).

*NOTE: If you aren't able to find your units' CATS on ATN or DTMS, please contact us and we can provide the most recent Unit Task List (UTL) to assist you.

 

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Digital Training Management System (DTMS)

Click Here to access DTMS         Digital Training Management System

DTMS is a web-based, Commericial Off The Shelf (COTS) software product tied to a relational database and customized IAW FM 7-0. Optimized for use at Brigade and below, DTMS provides the ability to plan, resource and manage unit and individual training at all levels.

DTMS compiles collective and individual tasks, weapons qualifications, Army Physical Fitness Tests (APFT), AR 350-1 mandatory trianing and deployment tasks from "Enlistment to Retirement." It provides relevant training products through frequent updates of approved collective and individual tasks, Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS), the Army Universal Task List (AUTL) and the Universal Joint Taks List (UJTL).

*NOTE: A DA G-3 memo, dated 11 Januray of 2006, states that DTMS is the only automated system for managing training in Army units. Read this memo.

 

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Institutional Training

Army Logistics University

Army Logistics University conducts a number of courses that may be of interest to GSB personnel. These include:

  • Logistics Captains Career Course--a 20-week and 3-day course required for active duty CPTs.

  • Contractor Officer's Representative--qualifies personnel to perform COR duties.

  • CSS Senior Leaders Course--a tailorable course covering any aspect of tactical logistics. Will come to unit site.

  • SASMO--trains CSSAMO/SASMO personnel to perform their functions.

  • Operational Contract Support--a course on contracting in theater for non-contracting personnel.

  • Support Operations--2 phases: a dL phase to be completed before the 2-week resident or MTT phase.

Information and schedules for these and other ALU courses are found in the link below, under "Student Hub"

http://www.alu.army.mil/

 

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ADP & ADRP 7-0: Training Units and Developing Leaders

ADP & ADRP 7-0

ADP & ADRP 7-0 Training Units and Developing Leaders provides the Army's fundamental doctrine for unit training and leader development. They replace FM 7-0, dated Feb 2011. ADP 7-0 presents overarching doctrinal guidance for training modular, expeditionary Army forces, and developing leaders to conduct unified land operations.

ADRP 7-0 Augments fundamental principles discussed in ADP 7-0.

Access Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) & Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) on the Army Training Network.

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FM 7-0: Train to Win in a Complex World

Field Manual 7-0 explains Army training strategies and new initiatives for assessing Army training readiness. The manual also offers links to online training resources.

The field manual details how to plan training events, conduct training meetings, write after-action reports and carry out many other training tasks. The manual also links to Army Training Network's many resources, including instructional videos, mission-essential task lists, training and evaluation outlines, and best training practices.

FM 7-0 will not be published in book form. Soldiers can read the manual online from the Army Training Network. It is also found on the Army Publishing Directorate by searching "FM-7-0."

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HQDA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL)

To access the Standardized METL, Click Here        

HDQA Standardized Mission Essential Task Lists (METL) are the Department of Army's official listing of fundamental tasks that Brigades and higher units are designed to perform in any operational environment. These METLs consist of:

  • Mission Essential Tasks (METs) - expressed as Army Tactical Tasks (ARTs)
  • Tasks Groups (Higher order Collective Tasks) - expressed as T&EOs
  • Supporting Collective Tasks - expressed as T&EO

 

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Central Army Registry (CAR)

Central Army Registry (CAR)

Click Here to access the Central Army Registry (CAR) Website.

Training products previously in the RDL are now available in the CAR. Search by ID, title, and/or keywords, or browse by product type and proponent.

 

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Training Circulars (TCs)

 Army Publishing Directorate

All TCs can be accessed through the Army Publishing Directorate (APD) website (Click Here)

TCs are the minimum essential publication requirements if needs analysis or short-range training strategy development identifies a training requirement that does not warrant other types of publications.

See below for TCs relevant to the GSB:

TC 4-11.47: THE SENIOR GUNNER PROGRAM FOR SUSTAINMENT UNITS

TC 4-11.47 provides guidance to sustainment units for the purposes of training senior gunners on gunnery operations. It describes gunnery principles, methods, and techniques including the application of combined
gunnery skills in preliminary, basic, intermediate, advanced, and live fire gunnery. The tasks outlined in the manual are to be used to establish the unit's senior gunner program.

TC 4-11.46: CONVOY PROTECTION PLATFORM GUNNERY

In addition to TC 4-11.46, please Click Here for a link to the Unstabilized Gunnery Scoresheet. Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery Evaluators need clear standards to measure the crew's proficiency in CPP Gunnery. The evaluator observes each crew's teamwork, specifically in the areas of coordination, weapon proficiency, and marksmanship. The crew is evaluated as "T" (trained), "P" (needs practice), or "U" untrained). Engagement standards consist of task and subtask standards. The crew must meet task standards to succeed in the engagement. Each task standard comprises a combination of critical, leader, and noncritical subtask standards. The Unstabilized Gunnery Score Sheet is a means to record CPP Gunnery results.

TC 55-HEAT: TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE HIGH MOBILITY MULTIPURPOSE WHEELED VEHICLE(HMMWV) EGRESS ASSISTANCE TRAINER (HEAT)

 

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Standards in Training Commission (STRAC)

 STRAC

DA PAM 350-38 serves as the STRAC manual: sustainment units' requirements can be found in Chapter 9. (Click Here)

Standards in Training Commission (STRAC) strategies are the basis for determining training ammunition requirements and for providing units, Army Commands (ACOM) and Army Service Component Commands (ASCC) with the information necessary to forecast training ammunition requirements. The STRAC mission is to determine the quantities and types of munitions required for Soldiers, crews and units to attain and sustain weapon proficiency relative to readiness levels, making maximum use of TADSS and sub-caliber firing devices.

 

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