Headquarters
United States Army Europe
United States Army Installation Management Command
    Europe Region
Heidelberg, Germany

Army in Europe
Regulation 350-1*

13 October 2010

Training

Training in the Army in Europe


*This regulation supersedes AE Regulation 350-1, 15 February 2007.



For the Commander:

ROBERT B. BROWN
Major General, GS
Chief of Staff

Official:

DWAYNE J. VIERGUTZ
Chief, Army in Europe
   Document Management



Summary. This regulation prescribes training policy for the Army in Europe and must be used with AR 350-1.

Summary of Change. This is a complete revision of the previous edition of the regulation.

Applicability. This regulation applies to U.S. Army Soldiers and civilian employees in the European theater.

Supplementation. Organizations will not supplement this regulation without USAREUR G3 (AEAGC-TD) approval.

Forms. This regulation prescribes AE Form 350-1A, AE Form 350-1B, and AE Form 350-1C. AE and higher level forms are available through the Army in Europe Library and Publishing System (AEPUBS) at https://aepubs.army.mil/.

Suggested Improvements. The proponent of this regulation is the USAREUR G3 (AEAGC-TD, DSN 370-5356). Users may suggest improvements to this regulation by sending DA Form 2028 to the USAREUR G3 (AEAGC-TD), Unit 29351, APO AE 09014-9351.

Distribution. A (AEPUBS).



CONTENTS


CHAPTER 1
TRAINING OVERVIEW


CHAPTER 2
RESPONSIBILITIES


CHAPTER 3
USAREUR INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION



CHAPTER 4
TRAINING IN UNITS AND ORGANIZATIONS





CHAPTER 5
TRAINING-SUPPORT SYSTEMS


CHAPTER 6
USAREUR DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAM


Appendixes
A. References
B. Training and Certification Requirements
C. Aviation Training
D. Reserve Component Training Programs
E. Airborne Training in Germany
F. Department of the Army Civilian Training and Education
G. Access to Training Areas and Facilities
H. Training in Italy

Tables
4-1. Subsequent Proficiency-Level Goals for AGTS
4-2. Individual Readiness Training Tasks
4-3. Training on Standards of Conduct in Armed Conflict
6-1. Digital Training Facilities
B-1. Training Requirements for USAREUR Personnel
B-2. Consolidated Rear Detachment Requirements
B-3. Consolidated Certification Requirements
B-4. Consolidated Unit Training Requirements
C-1. Aviation Training Requirements
C-2. Unmanned Aviation Training Requirements
C-3. Consolidated Certification Requirements
E-1. Parachute Request Timeline
E-2. Point of Impact Coordinates
G-1. Training Facilities and POCs

Figures
1-1. USAREUR Task Organization
1-2. ARFORGEN Model
1-3. Training Responsibilities
4-1. Digital Training Levels
4-2. Digital Training Tables
4-3. USAREUR Hub and Spoke BCTC Concept
E-1. Personnel Aerial Delivery Mission Support Request Flow Chart (Italy)
E-2. Personnel Aerial Delivery Mission Support Request Flow Chart (Outside of Germany and Italy)

Glossary



CHAPTER 1
TRAINING OVERVIEW


SECTION I
INTRODUCTION


1-1. PURPOSE
This regulation prescribes policy, procedures, and responsibilities for developing, managing, and conducting training for USAREUR forces in the USEUCOM theater of operations.

NOTE: Commanders unable to comply with the requirements of this regulation will request exceptions during training management reviews (TMRs).


1-2. REFERENCES
Appendix A lists references.


1-3. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS
The glossary defines abbreviations and terms.


1-4. RESPONSIBILITIES
Chapter 2 provides responsibilities.


SECTION II
USAREUR MISSION AND FORCE GENERATION


1-5. USAREUR MISSION AND TASK ORGANIZATION


 

USAREUR Task Organization

 

Figure 1-1. USAREUR Task Organization


1-6. USAREUR MISSION-ESSENTIAL TASK LIST (METL)


1-7. USAREUR APPLICATION OF ARMY FORCE REGENERATION (IN-THEATER PHASE, RESET PHASE, AND TRAINED/READY PHASE)

 

ARFORGEN Model

 

Figure 1-2. ARFORGEN Model


SECTION III
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING


1-8. INTENT FOR TRAINING
Commanders will develop training plans in compliance with the following USAREUR intent for training, and brief their training plans at their scheduled TMR:


1-9. USAREUR PRIORITY OF TRAINING
Commanders will prioritize training in accordance with the following USAREUR priorities:


1-10. USAREUR ARMY TRAINING AND LEADER DEVELOPMENT GOALS
USAREUR supports the Army Training and Leader Development Strategy (AT&LDS) by designing and executing training that supports the top 10 goals of the AT&LDS. Additional resources for use in understanding and developing training and leader development programs are FM 6-22 and FM 7-0. Commanders will brief their leader development training program during their unit TMR. Units will develop training, including collective training, self-development training programs, and institutional programs, that—


1-11. METL-BASED TRAINING


1-12. MISSION-REHEARSAL EXERCISES AND BRIGADE WARFIGHTER EXERCISES


SECTION IV
USAREUR TRAINING MANAGEMENT


1-13. TRAINING MANAGEMENT PROCESS
Training for FSOs is the top priority in the Army in Europe. USAREUR will host two series of conferences to develop and provide resources for FSO training in Europe.


1-14. TRAINING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Army training guidance in AR 350-1, the Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA) Training Guidance, the Army Training Strategy, and the Battle Command Training Strategy (BCTS) mandate use of the Digital Training Management System (DTMS). The DTMS replaced the Standard Army Training System (SATS) as the automated digital training management system integrating key management functions. The DTMS tracks individuals participating in training by system and version, and maintains the certification status of those individuals. This system aids commanders and staffs to determine training requirements as well as to plan, provide resources for, schedule, and assess training. More information on the DTMS is available at https://dtms.army.mil.


SECTION V
USAREUR TRAINING PROGRAMS


1-15. USAREUR TRAINING STRATEGY
Training for overseas contingency operations (OCO) is USAREUR’s top priority and all leaders must train and prepare for operational missions. Units with a designated deployment date are considered deploying expeditionary forces.


1-16. MANDATORY AND PREDEPLOYMENT TRAINING
Appendix B and the list of predeployment training requirements located on the USAREUR portal provide centralized summaries of mandatory training tasks to assist commanders with planning home station and predeployment training. Appendix C summarizes training requirements for aviation and UAS units. These references are designed to serve as a foundation for the development of unit training plans.


1-17. BATTLE COMMAND AS A WEAPON SYSTEM
Commanders will oversee the Battle Command as a Weapon System (BCAWS) process for their units. This process uses metrics associated with equipment, manning, and training to provide commanders with a means to make a standardized capability assessment of their battle staff’s ability to execute both the art and science of battle command. Chapter 4, paragraph 4-23, provides information about the BCAWS.


1-18. RESPONSIBILITIES FOR TRAINING
For certification training, such as MREs, the commander two levels above the training unit is responsible for planning, preparing, and certifying training. JMTC provides training support through validation exercises for deploying units, BCTs, and theater-enabling commands (TECs). Figure 1-3 outlines training and certification responsibilities. The glossary defines abbreviations used in the figure.

 

USAREUR Training Responsibilities

USAREUR
Trains V Corps; Trains and Certifies Division Commanders and Staffs; Certifies Brigade
Commanders and Staffs; Certifies Battalion Commanders and Staffs
Training and Certification Resources: JMSC, JWFC, BCTP, DTRA, “Spoke” BCTCs, CTC
Rotations, USAREUR Staff Ride Program, NATO and PfP Exercises and Engagement Activities
With Allied Partners, Senior Leader Exercises, Tabletop Exercises

JMTC
Trains Brigade and Battalion Commanders and Staffs
Training and Certification Resources: FTX, CPX, CTC Rotations, “Spoke” BCTCs, JMRC LFX,
CIP, OPD/NCOPD, TEWT

BRIGADE LEVEL/THEATER-ENABLING COMMAND (TEC)
Trains Battalion Commanders and Staffs; Certifies Company Commanders
Training and Certification Resources: FTX, CTC Rotations, “Spoke” BCTCs, JMRC LFX,
OPD/NCOPD, CIP

Battalion Level
Trains Company Commanders; Certifies Platoon Leaders
Training and Certification Resources: Battle Drills, FTX, CTC Rotations, “Spoke” BCTCs, Table
XII LFX, OPD/NCOPD, CIP

Company Level
Trains Crews; Certifies Squads, Sections, Teams, Crews, Individuals
Training and Certification Resources: Battle Drills, “Spoke” BCTCs, Army Warrior Training,
Table I-VIII LFX, Company White Week FTX, CTC Rotations, Convoy LFX

 

Figure 1-3. Training Responsibilities


1-19. USAREUR TRAINING CONFERENCES AND TRAINING MANAGEMENT REVIEWS


1-20. MOBILE TRAINING TEAM (MTT) COORDINATION
USAREUR subordinate units will submit requests for MTT support through the JMTC Combined Arms Training Center (CATC) for scheduling. Digital University Battle Command System MTTs are managed by the JMSC and can be found at http://www.hqjmtc.army.mil/Organization/DOS_TS/JMSC/ JMSC_main.html or by calling DSN 474-2149. An overview of the MTT request process can be found on the USAREUR portal at MTT process.


1-21. COUNTERINSURGENCY (COIN) SEMINARS
Units ordered to deploy in support of OCO will schedule a COIN seminar as part of their unit’s predeployment training. BCTP support of home station COIN seminars ends April 2011. After that date, all deploying units will schedule and attend COIN academies in theater to meet this requirement.


1-22. LEADER DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINED PEACE (LDESP)
LDESP is a United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)-funded seminar program executed by the Naval Postgraduate School to orient unit leaders to their deployed operational environment.


1-23. BATTLE COMMAND SEMINARS
All brigades and battalions may schedule 3 to 5 day battle command seminars at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, through the USAREUR G3 Training Office. Seminars incorporate the deploying unit’s command, control, communications, and computers (C4) systems into the unit’s planned operations in their designated OE.


1-24. GOVERNANCE AND ECONOMICS PREDEPLOYMENT CONFERENCES
Units may request to schedule a 3-day governance and economic conference through the Institute for Defense and Business (IDB). An overview of the program is available at overview of program with a sample roundtable itinerary at sample roundtable itinerary.


1-25. CONTRACTING OFFICER’S REPRESENTATIVE (COR) TRAINING
Units will determine COR requirements at least 180 days before the LAD and nominate CORs at least 90 days before the LAD. Deploying units will complete basic online COR training at least 90 days before the LAD. Units may request assistance in scheduling United States Army Contracting Command (USACC) training through the USAREUR G3 Training Office. An information paper and contact information is available at on the USAREUR portal at USACC information paper and contact information.


1-26. ARMY COMPREHENSIVE SOLDIER FITNESS (ACSF)
Commanders will ensure all assigned Soldiers and Army civilians are equipped and trained to maximize their potential to face the physical and psychological challenges of sustained operations. Access to the ACSF homepage and online assessment tools is available at ACSF. Commanders will brief their ACSF status during their TMRs.


1-27. JOINT IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE DEFEAT ORGANIZATION (JIEDDO) COUNTER-IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE (C-IED) TRAINING
The JIEDDO Joint Center of Excellence (JCOE) develops and coordinates C-IED training for the DOD and offers a single point of entry for C-IED training. JCOE offers a wide range of courses from individual improvised explosive device (IED) awareness training to Attack the Network (AtN) Battle Staff Training (battalion or task force through division).


1-28. MODULAR BRIGADE-SECURITY FORCE ASSISTANCE (MB-SFA) TRAINING
Brigades preparing to deploy as an MB-SFA unit will coordinate through the USAREUR G3 Training Office to schedule MB-SFA training from the 162d Infantry Brigade at Fort Polk, Louisiana. The training consists of the following four blocks:


1-29. ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) TRAINING FOR BATTALIONS AND ABOVE
USAREUR commanders will select individuals to attend Army EW training before major predeployment training events (CTCs, MRE, and MRX) in accordance with paragraph 7 of ALARACT 260/2009.


1-30. CULTURE AND LANGUAGE PREDEPLOYMENT TRAINING STANDARDS
Units deploying into a contingency theater will adhere to the culture and language training standards outlined in ALARACT 222/2010.


CHAPTER 2
RESPONSIBILITIES


2-1. CG, USAREUR
The CG, USAREUR, establishes the strategy, themes, standards, certification gates, and the intent for training in the Army in Europe.


2-2. CG, JMTC
The CG, JMTC


2-3. USAREUR G1
The USAREUR G1 advises USEUCOM, the USAREUR Command Group, HQ USAREUR staff principals, and USAREUR commanders on military and civilian personnel policy and management, diversity, employment programs, equal opportunity, occupational health, sexual assault prevention and response, and quality of life. This includes suicide prevention; Family readiness; theater financial policy; theater postal policy; theater morale, welfare, and recreation; and warfighting and contingency plans to support military personnel, civilian employees, Family members, and retirees in the European theater.


2-4. USAREUR G2
The USAREUR G2


2-5. USAREUR G3


2-6. USAREUR G4
The USAREUR G4 provides—


2-7. USAREUR DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, ENGINEER
The Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, USAREUR—


2-8. USAREUR G6
The USAREUR G6


2-9. USAREUR G8
The USAREUR G8


2-10. USAREUR CHAPLAIN
The USAREUR Chaplain plans, assesses, conducts, monitors, and supports the training of chaplains and chaplain assistants.


2-11. USAREUR INSPECTOR GENERAL
The USAREUR Inspector General determines the state of morale, efficiency, economy, discipline, training, and readiness of the command.


2-12. USAREUR JUDGE ADVOCATE
The USAREUR Judge Advocate



2-13. COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR, USAREUR
The Command Sergeant Major, USAREUR—


2-14. COMMANDERS OF USAREUR COMMANDS
Commanders of USAREUR major subordinate commands (AE Reg 10-5, app A) will—

NOTE: The USAREUR G3 TREX Division is the primary proponent for airborne standing operating procedures (ASOPs) governing conventional fixed and rotary-wing airborne-training issues and initiatives. The Commanding General, United States Army Special Operations Command, is the primary proponent for ASOPs governing special, nonstandard fixed and rotary-wing airborne training issues and the V Corps Surveillance Reconnaissance Company. Direct coordination is authorized between the Training and Exercise Division and USAREUR commanders as well as USAREUR units and personnel temporarily or permanently on airborne status to accomplish this mission. Appendix E provides information about airborne training in Germany.


2-15. CCOMMANDERS OF UNITED STATES ARMY GARRISONS
USAG commanders will—


CHAPTER 3
USAREUR INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION


SECTION I
INTRODUCTION


3-1. OVERVIEW
Training in Europe offers the opportunity for Soldiers and DA civilians to attend training courses offered by USAREUR, NATO, other branches of service, and foreign militaries.


3-2. ELIGIBILITY
Military and DA civilian personnel who meet eligibility criteria and course prerequisites are eligible to attend USAREUR schools. In accordance with AR 600-8-2, military personnel will not attend USAREUR schools if they are flagged for any reason other than Army physical fitness test (APFT) failure. Personnel attending 7th Army NCOA schools must meet all requirements of AR 350-1, chapter 3.


SECTION II
INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING COMPONENTS


3-3. COMBINED ARMS TRAINING CENTER
The CATC implements USAREUR’s individual institutional training programs at JMTC in support of mission-related programs, equipment, and systems operated by Soldiers and DA civilians. CATC plans, manages, and executes scheduled training based on unit-programmed requirements. Resident training is conducted at Rose Barracks in Vilseck, Germany. Nonresident training is available by MTT or through distance learning, either online or by video-teletraining in distributed-learning classrooms. Units may request unscheduled courses and MTTs to support contingency operations such as deployment preparation and reintegration training. AE Regulation 350-1-2 provides more information on CATC procedures and courses offered.


3-4. OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM (OES)


3-5. WARRANT OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM
The four levels of warrant officer education begin with the Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC). WOBC is completed before graduation from the military occupational specialty (MOS)-producing course. The second level of education is the Warrant Officer Advanced Course (WOAC), which is an 8-week course. This course is used to develop junior warrant officers to work at the company and platoon levels. WOAC should be completed between the fourth year as a chief warrant officer 2 (CW2) and within 1 year after being promoted to chief warrant officer 3 (CW3). The third level of education is the Warrant Officer Staff Course (WOSC), which is a 5-week course. WOSC is used to develop warrant officers to work at the staff level. WOSC should be completed during the third year as a CW3 but no later than 1 year after being promoted to chief warrant officer 4 (CW4). The final level for warrant officer education is the Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course (WOSSC), which is a 4-week course. The WOSSC is the education required to work at the upper echelons of the Army. The WOSSC should be completed during the third year as a CW4 but no later than 1 year after being promoted to chief warrant officer 5 (CW5).


3-6. NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER EDUCATION SYSTEM


3-7. CIVILIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
The Civilian Education System (CES) is a progressive and sequential leader-development program that provides enhanced leader development and education opportunities for DA civilians throughout their careers. The foundation, basic, intermediate, and advanced courses replace legacy courses and are required for new Army employees and interns, team leaders, supervisors, and managers. Commanders will identify required education for civilian employees and ensure they are nominated for the CES in a timely manner and within required timeframes. Nominated employees may enroll on the Army Management Staff College website at http://www.amsc.belvoir.army.mil/admissions. CES policy and course schedules are available at http://www.amsc.belvoir.army.mil/academic/ces/?lang=en&MY%5 FPARAMETER=value.


CHAPTER 4
TRAINING IN UNITS AND ORGANIZATION


SECTION I
UNIT TRAINING


4-1. SMALL-UNIT TRAINING


4-2. COLLECTIVE TRAINING AT THE COMPANY LEVEL


4-3. COLLECTIVE TRAINING AT THE MANEUVER BATTALION LEVEL


4-4. COLLECTIVE TRAINING AT THE BRIGADE LEVEL
This training applies to heavy brigade combat teams (HBCTs), infantry brigade combat teams (IBCTs), Stryker brigade combat team (SBCTs), combat aviation brigade (CAB), and theater enabling commands.


4-5. JOINT TASK FORCE


SECTION II
LEADER DEVELOPMENT TRAINING IN UNITS


4-6. LEADER DEVELOPMENT TRAINING AND PROGRAMS
Military education includes all courses provided by the Army in the European theater and CONUS that enhance individual skills, Soldier and officer education, and commander preparedness. In OCO, leaders must be technically and tactically competent, confident, and self-disciplined to adapt to any environment. The following training programs contribute to developing our leaders and Soldiers. Leader-development programs are for officers, warrant officers, NCOs, and DA civilians. Leader-development programs in the Army in Europe are designed and implemented at company level and above.

NOTE: Appendix F provides additional guidance on Department of the Army civilian training and education.


4-7. ARMY WARRIOR TRAINING
Army Warrior Training (AWT) has replaced common-task testing. All AA, RC, and junior Active Guard officers (first and second lieutenant), junior warrant officers (WO1 and CW2), and enlisted Soldiers in the grade of sergeant first class and below will complete AWT annually.


4-8. PRECOMMAND COURSES


SECTION III
MILITARY TRAINING PROGRAMS


4-9. BATTLEFIELD READINESS
Commanders must ensure training programs are in place so that Soldiers become proficient in the following skills:


4-10. USER-LEVEL MAINTENANCE TRAINING (MAINTENANCE CADRE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM)


4-11. WEAPONS QUALIFICATION TRAINING
Every Soldier is a rifleman first, and therefore must be proficient in the use of his or her weapon. Soldiers gain confidence in both their weapon and their leaders from effective marksmanship instruction. Commanders and NCOs must develop the marksmanship and weapons-handling abilities of their Soldiers. Commanders must use challenging and realistic marksmanship programs that replicate combat conditions (for example, day and night, complex terrain, NBC, rain, smoke, snow, urban environments). Commanders will incorporate the use of organic NVD when conducting training, but will also ensure Soldiers know how to use their weapons unaided or with secondary illumination (for example, illumination rounds, spotlights, vehicle lights).


4-12. MEDICAL TRAINING


4-13. COMMUNICATIONS
Commanders will conduct communication exercises (COMMEXs) each month that exercise all organic communications equipment and systems. Commanders will also ensure information management and security personnel are trained and certified in their duties. COMMEXs may be executed in conjunction with the unit’s command maintenance program.


4-14. NAVIGATION
This training should be conducted at least quarterly and in conjunction with all training and exercises (FM 3-25.26). Mounted and dismounted land navigation is critical. Units must incorporate mapreading, unaided navigation, compass navigation, and terrain orientation in training. This training should involve mounted and dismounted land-navigation exercises in both day and limited-visibility conditions, and in urban and open terrain, both with and without a Global Positioning System. Orienteering, foot marches, and other training can supplement these exercises.


4-15. MINE AND IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE (IED) AWARENESS
IEDs are a continually changing threat. Commanders must institutionalize IED training in all tactical training. The KnIFE website at https://knife.jfcom.mil provides up-to-date information on current IED threats by region. Access to the website requires your CAC to be registered with USJFCOM. Critical elements are to predict, prevent, detect, neutralize, and mitigate IED effects. Recognition of Combatants-Improvised Explosive Devices (ROC-IED) https://rocv.army.mil is another tremendous resource available to units training C-IED tasks.


4-16. CREW TRAINING


Table 4-1
Subsequent Proficiency-Level Goals for AGTS

Time

Goal

10 to 15 hours

Complete Advanced Skill Level 1

18 to 24 hours

Complete Advanced Skill Level 2

26 to 30 hours

Complete Advanced Skill Level 3



4-17. CULTURAL-AWARENESS TRAINING
Combat-deployable units will execute cultural-awareness training within 180 days before deployment. Cultural-awareness training helps Soldiers understand how and why people think, act, and do what they do, and also what they think of us. The Army provides a diverse assortment of programs to help units provide training on cultural awareness. The Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/call/index.asp offers a variety of valuable training aids for various operational areas around the world. The United States Army Intelligence Center provides a series of indepth courses relating to both Islamic culture and terrorist studies. Iraqi familiarization courses by the Defense Language Institute are available on CDs at all TSCs. U.S. academics and contractors and allied Middle Eastern countries provide MTTs through coordination with the JMTC G3.


4-18. EXPEDITIONARY INTELLIGENCE SKILLS
We must obtain information and intelligence from all Soldiers. Every Soldier has the responsibility to report information that may be useful to commanders and the intelligence community. We must train every Soldier to function as an effective sensor and train leaders and units to gather and report critical information in a timely manner. This means using an array of nontraditional noncombat skills, understanding the capabilities and legal limitations of our intelligence assets, and leveraging these assets accordingly to accomplish the mission. To prepare our Soldiers, DA civilians, and leaders, USAREUR will establish an Expeditionary Intelligence Training Program (EITP) at the JMTC. The EITP will conduct resident and nonresident courses that concentrate on skills critical to expeditionary operations. Specific courses in tactical questioning and tactical collection of intelligence will ensure that every Soldier is an effective and capable sensor. The EITP will provide courses to certify Soldiers in MOS 35F, 35M, and 97E on the latest interrogation techniques and detention operations and procedures, as well as courses to educate their leaders. All courses will follow the latest DOD, DA, USEUCOM, and Army in Europe policy. Information on EITP courses will be made available to commanders as the program develops. The EITP offers a world-class intelligence-training program that is flexible, responsive, and dedicated to training mission-specific expeditionary intelligence skills to U.S. and foreign forces before deployment.


4-19. INDIVIDUAL REPLACEMENT TRAINING (IRT)
Rear detachment commanders will ensure inbound individual replacement Soldiers and DA civilians being deployed into the operational AOR are trained and ready for combat. Rear detachments are responsible for phase I training and scheduling Soldiers and DA civilians for phase II conducted at JMTC before deploying. Tasks for IRT are outlined by phase in table 4-2. Theater-specific individual readiness tasks (TSIRTs) will be completed in two phases: phase I (at home station) and phase II (at JMTC). Phase I tasks must be completed by rear detachments before entering phase II. Phase II (at JMTC) will be completed in two subphases: phase IIa (online CATC) and phase IIb (hands-on at JMRC). Soldiers must be registered in ATRRS for phase II and will be issued a certificate when all requirements have been met. Registration for phase IIa courses may be made online at http://www.catctraining.hqjmtc.army.mil/. Units preparing to deploy that receive individual Soldiers and DA civilians before deployment will conduct phases I and II in the unit. DA civilians will receive weapons training only if they are issued weapons. Commanders requiring an exception to the training requirements for deployment must submit a formal request through command channels to the Commander, United States Army Forces, United States Central Command.


4-20. STANDARDS OF CONDUCT IN ARMED CONFLICT
This training will be conducted as shown in table 4-3. Commanders must ensure their subordinate leaders and Soldiers are trained in the standards of conduct in armed conflict. Soldiers must know all appropriate components of these standards, specifically the law of armed conflict, the rules of engagement, and the rules on the treatment of enemy prisoners of war (EPWs) and detainees from the point of capture through detention. Commanders must be vigilant to ensure Soldiers maintain proficiency in these competencies. Commanders must include the standards of conduct in each training event.


Table 4-2
Individual Readiness Training Tasks

AT/FP training, level 1, category 2
AWT
Basic marksmanship instruction and
qualification
Close-quarters marksmanship
CoC
Cold- and hot-weather injury prevention
Combat-stress prevention
Convoy-procedures orientation
Counter-IED operations
Country orientation briefing
Crew-served weapons familiarization
Field sanitation and personal hygiene
First aid
Handling enemy prisoners of war (EPWs)
Individual-movement techniques
Intelligence reporting
Land-navigation familiarization
Language familiarization
Law of Armed Conflict
Media awareness

Medical evacuation procedures
Medical-threat briefing
Mine, unexploded ordnance, and IED identification
MOS-specific collective tasks
Movement under direct fire
NVG familiarization
Operations security and communications security
Overview of the Uniform Code of Military Justice
Personnel searches
Prevention of sexual harassment
React to indirect fire
SERE level-B training
Sexual misconduct
SINCGARS radio telephone operator
    familiarization
Specific environment training
Suicide prevention
Unit-specific collective tasks
United States Central Command rules of
    engagement/rules for the use of force
Use of an interpreter


Table 4-3
Training on Standards of Conduct in Armed Conflict

Standards of Conduct

Unit Area

Local Training Area

Major Training Area

Law of Armed Conflict

Leader-taught seminar with the assistance of the unit staff judge advocate.

 

 

Application of Combat Power and Rules of Engagement

Leader-taught seminar with the assistance of the unit staff judge advocate. Classroom instruction will include vignettes for the applicable AOR.

Leader-supervised STXs apply the classroom instruction. STX scenarios will be approved by the chain of command through the unit staff judge advocate.

MREs. Events are incorporated into the major events list (MEL) that assesses individual, leader, and unit response to rules of engagement situations.

Handling EPWs and Detainees

Leader-taught seminar. Classroom instruction will include vignettes for the applicable AOR.

Leader-supervised STXs apply the classroom instruction. STX scenarios will be approved by the chain of command through the unit staff judge advocate.

MREs. Events are incorporated into the MEL that assesses individual, leader, and unit handling of EPWs and detainees.

Transportation and Movement of EPWs and Detainees

Leader-taught seminar with the assistance of the unit staff judge advocate. Classroom instruction will include vignettes for the applicable AOR.

Leader-supervised STXs apply the classroom instruction. STX scenarios will be approved by the chain of command through the unit staff judge advocate.

MREs. Events are incorporated into the MEL that assesses individual, leader, and unit movement of EPWs and detainees.

Internment and Detention of EPWs*

Applicable to units conducting internment and detention operations.

Leader-taught seminar with the assistance of the unit staff judge advocate. Classroom instruction will include vignettes for the applicable AOR.

Leader-supervised STXs apply the classroom instruction. STX scenarios will be approved by the chain of command through the unit staff judge advocate.

MREs. Events are incorporated into the MEL that assesses individual, leader, and unit handling of EPWs and detainees in a detention facility.

*Training support packages are posted on Reimer Digital Library at http://www.train.army.mil/ for task 191-378-4220 (Establish a detainee holding area (DHA)) and task 191-378-4222 (Supervise operations of a detainee collection point (DCP) or detainee holding area (DHA)).


SECTION IV
DIGITAL TRAINING


4-21. DIGITAL TRAINING LEVELS
Figure 4-1 illustrates digital training levels in the Army in Europe. The glossary defines acronyms used in the figure.


 


Level

Training

Location/
Facilities

Venue

V

System Integration
(Integrated FTX)

JMTC/JMRC/
OOS

JMTC/BCTC

IV

System Integration
(CPX/Digital Gunnery)

BCTC/JMRC/OOS

CPX/HST

III

System Integration
(Command/Staff Integration)

BCTC/OOS

DIGEX/HST

II

Message Transfer/
System Interface

Home Station/BCTC/
CATC/Digital University

STT

I

Keyboarding/
Leader-Taught

Home Station/BCTC/CATC/
Digital University

STT


 

Figure 4-1. Digital Training Levels



4-22. DIGITAL TRAINING TABLES
Digital training tables (fig 4-2) similar to gunnery tables are being developed to help commanders and the training management staff understand the scope and complexity of digital training. These tables help commanders assess the current state of digital training and concentrate efforts to train Soldiers, staff members, and leaders in individual (operator) and collective (staff and command) training programs. Abbreviations used in this figure are defined in the glossary.


 


Table

Title

Training Event Supporting Table

Outcome

Notes

I

Individual staff warfighter training

Classroom/lab instruction in institution/NET/unit

Soldiers and leaders are trained in the time-tested analog methods of staff operations. Proficiencies demonstrated include the ability to perform individual tasks that support critical collective tasks (for example, IM, MDMP).

Individual training

II

Individual digital training

Classroom/lab instruction in institution/NET/unit

Soldiers learn assigned ABCS equipment and can perform individual tasks that support IM and the MDMP.

Individual training

III

Leader training

Classroom/lab instruction in institution/NET/unit

Leaders are familiarized with the functions and limitations of the ABCS equipment in their staff cells and functions.

Individual training

IV

Individual integrator training

Classroom/lab instruction in institution/NET/unit

Soldiers understand how their assigned ABCS equipment integrates into the network. CP NCO leaders can digitally configure their cells and functions. SoS integrators can configure different cells and functions into a coherent network in the CP, and can establish and maintain connectivity to the network outside the CP.

Individual training

V

Collective digital integration/CP emplacement and displacement

COMMEX

CPs become capable of establishing physical networks and configuring servers, routers, switches, and BFA systems; and demonstrating basic functional capability on all systems, including proficiency in horizontal and vertical information sharing.

Vertical and horizontal training

VI

Cell/element training without INFOSYS

STX

Cells and other elements can conduct critical collective tasks (for example, IM, MDMP) without digital enablers (for example, the current operations cell delivers a shift change without INFOSYS).

Cell/element collective training

VII

Cell/element training with INFOSYS

STX

Cells and elements can conduct critical collective tasks (for example, IM, MDMP) with digital enablers.

Cell/element collective training

VIII

Staff drills

STX

The staff or CP can collectively conduct critical collective tasks using vignettes.

Horizontal training

IX

Vertical functional training without INFOSYS

STX

A staff function is exercised and evaluated without digital enablers (for example, the fire-support warfighting function conducts a call for fire training through different echelons of command).

Vertical training

X

Vertical functional training with INFOSYS

STX

A staff function is exercised and evaluated with digital enablers.

Vertical training

XI

Delta training

Classroom/lab instruction in NET/unit

COMEX

STX

Soldiers, cells, functions, and CPs are able to perform critical collective tasks when new digital enablers are introduced (for example, if a unit was operating under software version “A.a” and was upgraded to “A.b,” training would concentrate on the changes that software dictated in MDMP and IM support).

Vertical and horizontal training

XII

Integrated command post training

STX

A unit’s assigned CP’s full METL is exercised under realistic conditions. Since table XII for armor units serves as a gate for CALFEX, table XII can serve as a gate for BCBST or BCTP rotations.

Integrated training


 

Figure 4-2. Digital Training Tables


4-23. BATTLE COMMAND AS A WEAPON SYSTEM
The goal is to use these tables as a new BCAWS metric in the unit status report. In addition to the staff training tables, appendix B of the BCTS defines 63 battle command tasks aligned to warfighting functions that can help commanders and training management staff develop digital training programs.


4-24. DIGITAL TRAINING RESOURCES
BCTCs are critical to preparing operators, leaders, and battle staffs for their participation in the training events leading up to and including MREs. The BCTC is designed to support all individual, staff, leader, and unit digital training. The most efficient and cost-effective means to manage home-station battle-command training is through a BCTC “hub-and-spoke” strategy (fig 4-3). This strategy supports training, CATS as it matures, and the fielding of BCSs across the force. The support relationships developed under the hub-and-spoke strategy help mitigate the expensive nature of battle command training. The GTA, with its more robust training and training support system capabilities, serves as the “hub,” delivering services and providing management support to “spokes.” The hub-and-spoke strategy is based on geographic and SMC organizational lines. Working together, the hub and spoke can leverage people and equipment across organizations to support low-density and collective training, and accommodate short-term surge requirements.


 


USAREUR Hub and Spoke BCTC Concept


 

Figure 4-3. USAREUR Hub and Spoke BCTC Concept


4-25. INDIVIDUAL DIGITAL TRAINING
The JMSC has established a “Digital University” to train individual operators, leaders, units, and battle staffs across the full spectrum of operations, including mission-rehearsal and reach capabilities. The JMSC will provide a core pool of instructors who will conduct courses in Grafenwöhr, Heidelberg, and at BCTCs, using MTTs where possible. USAREUR Digital University instructors will conduct courses for Soldiers with new Army BCS duties leader training and orientation, opportunity training (in conjunction with other training at JMTC), pre-exercise operator training, and over-the-shoulder coaching during exercises.


CHAPTER 5
TRAINING-SUPPORT SYSTEMS


5-1. TRAINING RESOURCES
Commanders and training personnel will use the guidelines in appendix B, appendix C, and the requirements in AR 350-1 and other Army and AE regulations to determine unit and individual training requirements. Commanders and training personnel will refer to AE Regulation 350-1-2 to determine specific course and training requirements when sending students to CATC courses.


5-2. TRAINING ENVIRONMENTS
The USAREUR training environment combines live, virtual, constructive, and distributed training.


5-3. SUSTAINABLE RANGE PROGRAM (SRP)
The SRP consists of two major programs: The ITAM Program and the Range and Training Land Program (RTLP).


CHAPTER 6
USAREUR DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROGRAM


6-1. DISTRIBUTED LEARNING AND TRAINING


6-2. DIGITAL TRAINING FACILITIES
DTFs are equipped with the necessary hardware, software, and communications infrastructure required to support distributed learning. There are 12 DTFs in Europe. Each facility is equipped with multimedia computer workstations, Internet access, and video-teletraining capability. Table 6-1 lists DTF locations and contact telephone numbers.


Table 6-1
Digital Training Facilities

Installation

Location

DSN Telephone Number

Bamberg

Building 7055, Warner Barracks

469-8118

Baumholder

Building 8280 (basement), Smith Barracks

485-8290/8289

Chièvres, Belgium

Building 104, Chièvres Airfield

361-6155

Grafenwöhr

Building 3144, Camp Normandy

474-2381

Illesheim

Building 6541, Storck Barracks

467-4373

Kaiserslautern

Building 2874B (2d floor), Pulaski Barracks

493-4327

Mannheim

Building 25 (2d floor), Coleman Barracks

382-4384

Schweinfurt

Building 64 (2d floor), Conn Barracks

353-8564

Stuttgart

Building 2931, Panzer Kaserne, Böblingen

431-2329

Vicenza, Italy

Building 128, Caserma Ederle

634-7989

Vilseck

Building 355, Rose Barracks

476-3758

Wiesbaden

Building 1638, Wiesbaden Army Airfield

337-5074



 

APPENDIX A
REFERENCES


SECTION I
PUBLICATIONS AND WEBSITES


A-1. NATO PUBLICATIONS

NATO Status of Forces Agreement and Supplementary Agreement

NATO Mutual Support Act of 1979


A-2. EXECUTIVE ORDERS

Executive Order 10631, Code of Conduct for Members of the Armed Forces of the United States

Executive Order 12633, Amending the Code of Conduct for Members of the Armed Forces of the United States


A-3. UNITED STATES CODE AND CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS

Title 10, United States Code, Armed Forces

Section 1200(h), part 1910, Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations, Hazard Communication


A-4. JOINT PUBLICATIONS

Joint Publication 3-0, Joint Operations

Joint Publication 3-50, Personnel Recovery


A-5. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PUBLICATIONS

DOD Directive 2000.12, DOD Antiterrorism (AT) Program

DOD Directive 2060.1, Implementation of, and Compliance With, Arms Control Agreements

DOD Directive 2311.01E, DOD Law of War Program

DOD Instruction 1205.12, Civilian Employment and Reemployment Rights of Applicants for, and Service Members and Former Service Members of the Uniformed Services

DOD Instruction 1300.21, Code of Conduct (CoC) Training and Education

DOD Instruction 2200.01, Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP)

DOD Instruction 2310.4, Repatriation of Prisoners of War (POW), Hostages, Peacetime Government Detainees and Other Missing or Isolated Personnel

DOD 5500.7-R, Joint Ethics Regulation (JER)

Defense Transportation Regulation 4500.9-R, Part III, Mobility


A-6. ARMY REGULATIONS

AR 5-13, Total Army Munitions Requirements Process and Prioritization System

AR 11-34, The Army Respiratory Protection Program

AR 25-2, Information Assurance

AR 25-400-2, The Army Records Information Management System (ARIMS)

AR 27-10, Military Justice

AR 40-3, Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Care

AR 40-5, Preventive Medicine

AR 40-68, Clinical Quality Management

AR 59-4, Joint Airdrop Inspection Records, Malfunction/Incident Investigations, and Activity Reporting

AR 95-1, Flight Regulations

AR 95-23, Unmanned Aircraft Systems Flight Regulations

AR 190-8, Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Personnel, Civilian Internees and Other Detainees

AR 190-11, Physical Security of Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives

AR 220-1, Army Unit Status Reporting and Force Registration – Consolidated Policies

AR 350-1, Army Training and Leader Development

AR 350-3, Tactical Intelligence Readiness Training Program

AR 350-9, Overseas Deployment Training

AR 350-38, Training Device Policies and Management

AR 360-1, The Army Public Affairs Program

AR 380-40, Policy for Safeguarding and Controlling Communications Security (COMSEC) Material

AR 381-10, U.S. Army Intelligence Activities

AR 381-12, Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)

AR 385-10, The Army Safety Program

AR 385-63, Range Safety

AR 525-13, Antiterrorism

AR 530-1, Operations Security (OPSEC)

AR 600-8-1, Army Casualty Program

AR 600-8-8, The Total Army Sponsorship Program

AR 600-8-10 and AE Supplement 1, Leaves and Passes

AR 600-9, The Army Weight Control Program

AR 600-20, Army Command Policy

AR 600-29, Fund-Raising Within the Department of the Army

AR 600-55, The Army Driver and Operator Standardization Program (Selection, Training, Testing, and Licensing)

AR 600-63, Army Health Promotion

AR 600-85, Army Substance Abuse Program

AR 600-100, Army Leadership

AR 608-1, Army Community Service Center

AR 608-48, Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Program

AR 608-99, Family Support, Child Custody, and Paternity

AR 621-5, Army Continuing Education System

AR 690-400, Chapter 4302, Total Army Performance Evaluation System

AR 690-950, Career Management

AR 710-2, Supply Policy Below the National Level

AR 750-1 and AE Supplement 1, Army Materiel Maintenance Policy

AR 750-32, Airdrop, Parachute Recovery, and Aircraft Personnel Escape Systems

AR 750-43, Army Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment


A-7. DA PAMPHLETS

DA Pamphlet 27-1, Treaties Governing Land Warfare

DA Pamphlet 350-38, Standards in Training Commission

DA Pamphlet 385-63, Range Safety

DA Pamphlet 710-2-1, Using Unit Supply System (Manual Procedures)

DA Pamphlet 750-8, The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) Users Manual


A-8. TECHNICAL BULLETIN

Technical Bulletin 380-41, Security: Procedures for Safeguarding, Accounting, and Supply Control of COMSEC Material


A-9. FIELD MANUALS

FM 2-22.3, Human Intelligence Collector Operations

FM 3-0, Operations

FM 3-04, Army Aviation Operations

FM 3-04.111, Aviation Brigades

FM 3-04.113, Utility and Cargo Helicopter Operations

FM 3-04.126, Attack Reconnaissance Helicopter Operations

FM 3-04.140, Helicopter Gunnery

FM 3-04.155, Army Unmanned Aircraft System Operations

FM 3-04.203, Fundamentals of Flight

FM 3-04.303, Air Traffic Services Facility Operations, Training, Maintenance, and Standardization

FM 3-05.70, Survival

FM 3-06, Urban Operations

FM 3-06.1, Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Aviation Urban Operations

FM 3-06.11, Combined Arms Operations in Urban Terrain

FM 3-07, Stability Operations

FM 3-11, Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Defense Operations

FM 3-11.3, Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Contamination Avoidance

FM 3-11.4, Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Protection

FM 3-13, Information Operations: Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures

FM 3-16, The Army in Multinational Operations

FM 3-19.15, Civil Disturbance Operations

FM 3-20.21, Heavy Brigade Combat Team (HBCT) Gunnery

FM 3-20.96, Reconnaissance and Cavalry Squadron

FM 3-20.151, The Mobile Gun System Platoon

FM 3-20.971, Reconnaissance and Calvary Troop

FM 3-21.8, The Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad

FM 3-21.20, The Infantry Battalion

FM 3-21.21, The Stryker Brigade Combat Team Infantry Battalion

FM 3-21.220, Static Line Parachuting Techniques and Tactics

FM 3-22.3, Stryker Gunnery

FM 3-22.9, Rifle Marksmanship - M16/M4-Series Weapons

FM 3-22.10, Sniper Training and Operations

FM 3-22.31, 40-mm Grenade Launcher, M203

FM 3-22.37, Javelin - Close Combat Missile System, Medium

FM 3-22.40, Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for the Tactical Employment of Nonlethal Weapons

FM 3-23.25, Shoulder-Launched Munitions

FM 3-23.30, Grenades and Pyrotechnic Signals

FM 3-25.26, Map Reading and Land Navigation

FM 3-25.150, Combatives

FM 3-34.210, Explosive Hazards Operations

FM 3-34.214, Explosives and Demolitions

FM 3-35, Army Deployment and Redeployment

FM 3-50.1, Army Personnel Recovery

FM 3-90, Tactics

FM 3-90.6, The Brigade Combat Team

FM 3-97.6, Mountain Operations

FM 4-01.41, Army Rail Operations

FM 4-01.45, Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Tactical Convoy Operations

FM 4-25.11, First Aid

FM 4-30.51, Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) Procedures

FM 5-0, The Operations Process

FM 5-19, Composite Risk Management

FM 6-20-10, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for the Targeting Process

FM 6-22, Army Leadership

FM 6-22.5, Combat and Operational Stress Control Manual for Leaders and Soldiers

FM 6-30, Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Observed Fire

FM 7-0, Training for Full Spectrum Operations

FM 7-15, The Army Universal Task List

FM 7-90, Tactical Employment of Mortars

FM 7-92, The Infantry Reconnaissance Platoon and Squad (Airborne, Air Assault, Light Infantry)

FM 11-55, Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE) Operations

FM 19-10, Military Police Law and Order Operations

FM 21-10, Field Hygiene and Sanitation

FM 21-18, Foot Marches

FM 23-23, Antipersonnel Mine M18A1 and M18 (Claymore)

FM 27-10, The Law of Land Warfare

FM 90-3, Desert Operations

FM 90-4, Air Assault Operations


A-10. TECHNICAL MANUALS (TMs)

TM 9-2610-200-14, Operator’s, Unit, Direct Support, and General Support Maintenance Manual for Care, Maintenance, Repair, and Inspection of Pneumatic Tires and Inner Tubes

TM 38-250, Preparing Hazardous Materials for Military Air Shipment


A-11. TRAINING CIRCULARS (TCs)

TC 1-210-1, Aircrew Training Program Commanders Guide to Individual, Crew, and Collective Training

TC 1-237, Aircrew Training Manual, Utility Helicopter, H-60 Series

TC 1-238, Aircrew Training Manual, Attack Helicopter, AH-64A

TC 1-240, Aircrew Training Manual, Cargo Helicopter, CH-47D/F

TC 1-600, Unmanned Aircraft System Commander’s Guide and Aircrew Training Manual

TC 1-611, Small Unmanned Aircraft System Aircrew Training Manual

TC 3-04.11, Commander’s Aircrew Training Program for Individual, Crew, and Collective Training

TC 3-04.72, Aviation Life Support System Maintenance Management and Training Programs

TC 3-04.93, Aeromedical Training for Flight Personnel

TC 5-150, Engineer Qualification Tables

TC 7-98-1, Stability and Support Operations Training Support Package

TC 20-32-3, Foreign Mine Handbook (Balkan States)

TC 21-21, Water Survival Training

TC 21-305-2, Training Program for Night Vision Goggle Driving Operations

TC 25-20, A Leader’s Guide to After-Action Reviews

TC 25-30, A Leader’s Guide to Company Training Meetings

TC 26-6, Commander’s Equal Opportunity Handbook

TC 90-1, Training for Urban Operations


A-12. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY MESSAGES

ALARACT 222/2010, HQDA EXORD 273-10: For Culture and Language Pre-Deployment Training Standard
https://portal.eur.army.mil/sites/g3/Maneuver/Trex/training/Policy/AER%203501%20Revision/AER%20350-1%20Under%20Revision/AE-350-1%20Revision%20Files/AE%20REG%20350-1%20Final/AE%20REG%20350-1%20Supporting%20Documents%20and%20Files/Culture%20Tng.doc

ALARACT 252/2007, Combating Trafficking in Person (CTIP) Program
http://exprdev1.dca.expr.net/obfweb/search/Detail.aspx?objectid=28780

ALARACT 260/2009 HQDA Directed Army Electronic Warfare (EW)
http://exprdev1.dca.expr.net/obfweb/search/Detail.aspx?objectid=31025


A-13. SOLDIER TRAINING PUBLICATIONS (STPs)

STP 7-11B1-SM-TG, Soldier’s Manual and Trainer’s Guide, MOS 11B, Infantry, Skill Level 1

STP 19-31E1-SM, Soldier’s Manual, MOS 31E, Internment/Resettlement Specialist, Skill Level 1

STP 21-1-SMCT, Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks, Warrior Skills Level 1

STP 21-24-SMCT, Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks, Warrior Leader Skills Level 2, 3, and 4


A-14. USEUCOM DIRECTIVES

USEUCOM Directive 45-1, Law of War Program

USEUCOM Directive 55-11, USEUCOM Theater Command and Control Policy


A-15. ARMY IN EUROPE (AE) AND USAREUR PUBLICATIONS

AE Regulation 1-3, International and Other Agreements

AE Regulation 5-13, Training Ammunition Management

AE Regulation 25-2, Army in Europe Information Assurance

AE Regulation 25-71, Website Administration

AE Regulation 55-4, Safe Movement of Hazardous Goods by Surface Modes

AE Regulation 95-1, General Provisions and Flight Regulations for Army Aviation

AE Regulation 95-23, Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Regulations

AE Regulation 190-13, Army in Europe Physical Security Program

AE Regulation 350-1-2, Combined Arms Training Center Courses of Instruction

AE Regulation 350-2, Integrating the Armed Forces of Other Nations Into U.S. Army Unit-Level Training Events in Europe

AE Regulation 350-10, Allied and USAREUR Major Training Areas

AE Regulation 350-22, Off-Installation Maneuver and Field Training Exercise Coordination in Germany

AE Regulation 350-40, Expert Field Medical Badge Testing

AE Regulation 350-220, Home-Station Training Support

AE Regulation 380-40, Safeguarding and Controlling Communications Security Material

AE Regulation 385-4, Tactical Overwater Operations

AE Regulation 385-55, Prevention of Motor Vehicle Accidents

AE Regulation 525-13, Antiterrorism

AE Regulation 525-50, Arms Control Compliance

AE Regulation 600-8-1, Army Casualty Management

AE Regulation 600-8-3, Army in Europe Postal Operations Manual

AE Regulation 600-8-8, Military and Civilian Sponsorship

AE Regulation 600-8-101, Army in Europe Soldier Readiness Program

AE Regulation 600-8-108, Rear Detachment Command

AE Regulation 600-55, Driver- and Operator-Standardization Program

AE Regulation 608-2, Family Readiness System

AE Regulation 612-1, Community Central In- and Outprocessing

AE Pamphlet 25-25, Army in Europe Information Technology Users Guide

AE Pamphlet 190-34, Drivers Handbook and Examination Manual for Germany

AE Pamphlet 350-27, The Law of War: Soldiers Rules

AE Pamphlet 350-100, Convoy Operations and Convoy Live-Fire Program

AE Pamphlet 350-205, Army in Europe Institutional Training

AE Pamphlet 380-40, Communications Security Custodian Guide

AE Pamphlet 385-15, Leader’s Operational Accident-Prevention Guide

AE Pamphlet 385-15-5, Leaders Guide to Accident Prevention in Physical Training Running Formations

AE Pamphlet 690-47-1, Civilian Deployment Handbook

USAREUR Regulation 350-50, Combat Maneuver Training Center

USAREUR Regulation 385-10, Implementation of Hazard Communication Standard

USAREUR Operation Order 4256

HQDA Execution Order 171-09, US Forces Augmentation to NATO Operational Mentor and Liaison Team (OMLT)


A-16. WEBSITES

Army Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
http://www.army.mil/csf/

Army in Europe Information Technology Training Program
https://itt.eur.army.mil/

Army Management Staff College
http://www.amsc.belvoir.army.mil

Army Personnel Policy Guidance (PPG)
http://www.armyg1.army.mil/MilitaryPersonnel/ppg.asp

Army Training Requirements and Resourcing System
http://www.atrrs.army.mil

Center for Army Leadership
http://usacac.army.mil/CAC2/CAL/index.asp; click on CAC-LLD&E

Center for Army Lessons Learned
http://usacac.army.mil/cac2/call/index.asp

Civilian Personnel Directorate
http://www.per.hqusareur.army.mil/cpd/

Combined Arms Training Center
http://www.catctraining.hqjmtc.army.mil/

Digital Training Management System
https://dtms.army.mil

Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI)
https://www.deomi.org

Defense Imagery Website
http://www.defenseimagery.mil/index.html

Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center
http://dlilibrary.monterey.army.mil/home.htm

Department of the Army Photo Management Information System
https://www.isdrad16.army.mil/dapmis/ImageAcceptProlog.do

Distributed Learning Program
http://www.tradoc.army.mil/tadlp

General Dennis J. Reimer Training and Doctrine Digital Library
https://atiam.train.army.mil/soldierPortal/

HQ USAREUR Equal Opportunity Program
http://www.per.hqusareur.army.mil/content/programs/eo/index.html

Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) Knowledge and Information Fusion Exchange (KnIFE)
https://knife.jfcom.mil/pages/knifepublic.aspx

Officer Evaluation Reporting System
https://www.hrc.army.mil/site/active/tagd/oers/oers2.htm

Seventh United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command
http://www.hqjmtc.army.mil/

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program
http://www.per.hqusareur.army.mil/content/programs/sexualassault/index.html

Sustainable Range Program
https://srp.usareur.army.mil/

Training and Resources Management System
https://trms.7atc.army.mil

United States Army Civilian Human Resources Agency, Europe Region
http://cpolrhp.belvoir.army.mil/eur

United States Army Campaign Plan
http://www.army.mil/-news/2010/03/29/36541-csa-helps-launch-installation-management-campaign-plan/

United States Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center
https://safety.army.mil/

United States Army Engineer School
http://www.wood.army.mil/wood_cms/195.shtml

United States Army Joint Multinational Readiness Center
http://www.jmrc.hqjmtc.army.mil/

United States Army Military Police School
http://www.wood.army.mil/usamps

United States Army Publishing Directorate
http://www.apd.army.mil/

United States Army Records Management and Declassification Agency
https://www.rmda.army.mil/

United States Army Sergeants Major Academy
https://usasma.bliss.army.mil/site/default.asp

United States Army Training Support Center
http://www.atsc.army.mil

USAREUR Aviation Safety and Standardization Detachment (UASSD)
http://www.uassd.army.mil/

Vice Chief of Staff Aviation Safety Directive/Guidance
http://www.kiowapilots.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4406

Visual Information Ordering Site
http://www.vios.army.mil/


SECTION II
FORMS

OGE Form 450, Executive Branch Confidential Financial Disclosure Report

SF 278, Executive Branch Personnel Public Financial Disclosure Report

OF 346, US Government Motor Vehicle Operator’s Identification Card

DA Form 348, Equipment Operator’s Qualification Record (Except Aircraft)

DA Form 2028, Recommended Changed to Publications and Blank Forms

DA Form 5984-E, Operator’s Permit Record

AE Form 350-1A, United States Army in Europe Certificate of Completion

AE Form 350-1B, Airdrop Support Request

AE Form 350-1C, Army Flight Operation Detachment Parachuting Activities/Exercise Request

AE Form 350-22E, U.S. Forces Request for Maneuver


 

APPENDIX B
TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS


B-1. GENERAL


B-2. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Table B-1 lists all recurring training requirements. The glossary defines abbreviations used in the table. AR 350-1, appendix G, provides further Department of the Army training guidance.


Table B-1
Training Requirements for USAREUR Personnel

Subject

Frequency

References

Antiterrorism Training

Annual

AR 525-13,
AE Reg 525-13

Army Family Team Building (*)

Inprocessing

AR 608-48,
AE Reg 612-1

Army Comprehensive Soldier Fitness

Annual

ACSF Homepage

Army Continuing Education System

Inprocessing

AR 621-5,
AE Reg 612-1

Army Physical Fitness Training

Ongoing

AR 350-1

Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) (***)

Annual

AR 600-85

Army Suicide Prevention Program (***)

Annual

AR 600-63

Army Traffic Safety Training Program (1) (**)

Inprocessing

AR 385-10,
AE Reg 612-1,
AE Pam 190-34,
USA Vicenza Driver Information Manual

Army Warrior Training (2)

Annual

AR 350-1

CBRND Training

Annual

AR 350-1

Code of Conduct (CoC) (***)

Annual

DODI 1300.21,
AR 350-1,
FM 3-50.1

Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Program (***)

Annual

DODI 2200.01,
AR 350-1,
ALARACT 252/2007

Combat Lifesaver (3)

Annual

AR 350-1

Composite Risk Management

Ongoing

AR 385-10

Information Assurance Program (4)

Annual

AR 25-2

Employment and Reemployment Rights (RC only) (***)

Annual

DODI 1205.12

Equal Opportunity

Semiannual

AR 600-20,
TC 26-6

Ethics (5)

Annual

AR 350-1,
DOD 5500.7-R

Fraternization Policy

Annual

AR 350-1,
AR 600-20

Homosexual Conduct Policy

Annual

AR 350-1

Weapons Qualification

Semiannual

AR 350-1,
DA Pam 350-38

Law of War

Annual

AR 350-1,
DODD 2311.01E

Noncombatant Evacuation Operations (*)

Inprocessing

FM 3-07,
AE Reg 612-1

Operational Security(OPSEC) (***)

Inprocessing
Annual

AR 530-1,
AE Reg 612-1

Modern Army Combatives Program

Ongoing

AR 350-1,
FM 3-25.150

Personnel Recovery

Annual

AR 350-1,
FM 3-50.1

Prevention of Sexual Harassment (POSH)

Semiannual

AR 350-1,
AR 600-20

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response

Annual

AR 350-1

Safety (*)

Ongoing
Annual

AR 350-1,
AR 385-10

Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) 100

Annual

AR 350-1

Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP)

Inprocessing
Annual

AR 350-1,
AR 381-12,
FM 3-50.1,
AE Reg 612-1

AR 600-20

Annual

AR 600-20

1. Winter drivers training is an annual requirement.
2. Officers in the grade of 1st and 2d lieutenant, warrant officers in the grade of WO1 and CW2, and Soldiers in the grade of sergeant first class and below will complete AWT annually.
3. Squads, sections, and crews will have a minimum of one current combat lifesaver.
4. Required for all USAREUR-assigned personnel before issuance of a computer-user account.
5. Mandatory annual ethics training applies to personnel required to file SF 278 or OGE Form 450 and contracting officers. Other USAREUR personnel are encouraged to attend annual ethics training.
* USAREUR mandatory training.
** Individuals assigned to USAREUR units must be licensed before operating a vehicle in Germany or Italy.
*** Published predeployment training guidance supersedes the training requirement frequency in this regulation.


B-3. BALKANS TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Training requirements for units deploying in support of missions in the Balkans are listed in USAREUR Operation Order (OPORD) 4256, annex T (Balkans Predeployment Training Requirements).


B-4. PREDEPLOYMENT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Training requirements for units deploying in support of OCO are listed in the FORSCOM predeployment training guidance for follow-on forces deploying in support of Southwest Asia at OEF/OIF predeployment training requirements. All exception to policy requirements for FORSCOM directed deployment training must be addressed to the first general officer in the chain of command.


B-5. REAR DETACHMENT REQUIREMENTS
Table B-2 lists duty position and associated training requirements for rear detachment operations in the Army in Europe. Commands with geographically separated units must ensure that rear detachment support is available at all locations. This may require additional rear detachment personnel at each location. Commanders are responsible for determining additional rear detachment requirements for each location to provide maximum support for their mission, Soldiers, and Family members.


Table B-2
Consolidated Rear Detachment Requirements

Echelon

Required Personnel

Position

Course Title or Training

References

Training Proponent

Brigade

As required

All

Army Readiness Assessment Program

AE Reg 350-1

USACR/SC

Brigade

As required

Equal opportunity leader

Equal Opportunity Leader Course (EOL 471)

AR 600-20

MTT

Brigade

1

Dangerous goods adviser

HAZ 15/16

AE Reg 55-4

CATC

Brigade

1

Force protection officer

Level II AT/FP Training

AE Reg 525-13

CATC

Brigade

1

Brigade safety officer

Safety Officer/NCO Course (SOC 40)

AR 385-10

CATC

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Unit Arms Control (POC)

Arms Control Compliance Training

DODD 2060.1,
AE Reg 525-50

USAREURG3 IOD

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Commanders

Commander’s Safety Course

AE Reg 350-1

USACR/SC
(online)

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Information assurance manager, information assurance security officer, or person with elevated privileges on networks in the Army in Europe

Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense (IA/CND) Training Program (IA/CND Core Technologies 1 and 2 (IA1 and IA2))

AR 25-2,
AE Reg 25-2

USAREUR G6

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Postal clerk

Postal Clerk Training

AE Reg 600-8-3

POB

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Rear detachment commander

Rear Detachment Leaders Course

AE Reg 600-8-108

CATC

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Equipment operator

ULM Certification and Drivers Licensing

AR 600-55,
AE Reg 350-1,
AE Reg 600-55

Unit

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Casualty assistance officer/casualty notification officer

USAREUR G1 Casualty Course

AE Reg 600-8-1

USAREUR G1

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Summary Court Martial Officer (casualty)

USAREUR G1 Casualty Course

AE Reg 600-8-1

USAREUR G1

Brigade/
Battalion/
Company

1

Family readiness group leader

Family Readiness Group Leader Training

AE Reg 608-2

USAG/ACS

Battalion

1

Sponsorship leader

(ACS conducts training for sponsorship leaders)

AR 600-8-8,
AE Reg 600-8-8

USAG/ACS

Battalion

1

Battalion safety officer

Additional Duty Safety Course

AR 385-10

USACR/SC

Battalion

As required

Range safety officer/NCO

Range Safety Officer/NCO Course

DA Pam 385-63,
GTA SOP 1

GTA

Battalion

1

Armorer/assistant armorer

Small Arms Maintenance for Unit Armorers Course (SAM 31)

AR 190-11

CATC

Battalion

1

Supply officer

Unit-Level Supply Course (LOG 73)

AR 710-2,
DA Pam 710-2-1

CATC

Battalion/
Company

1

Family readiness liaison

Family readiness liaison training

AE Reg 608-2

CATC

Battalion/
Company

As required

Hazardous cargo driver

Hazardous Materials Driver Course (HAZ 11) (to obtain ADR certification)

AE Reg 55-4

CATC


B-6. MANDATORY UNIT CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

Table B-3
Consolidated Certification Requirements

Echelon

Required Personnel

Position

Course Title or Training

References

Training Proponent

Brigade

1

Brigade safety officer

Safety Officer/NCO Course (SOC 40)

AR 385-10

CATC

Brigade/
Battalion

As required

Battle staff NCO

Battle Staff NCO Course

United States Army Sergeants Major Academy

CATC/
USASMA

Brigade/
Battalion/
USAG

As required

Commanders and CSMs

USAREUR Precommand Course (CA 65)

AE Reg 350-1

CATC

Brigade/
Battalion/
Company

As required

Commanders

Command Safety Course

AR 385-10

USACR/SC

Battalion

1

Sponsorship leader

ACS conducts training for sponsorship leaders.

AR 600-8-8,
AE Reg 600-8-8

USAG/ACS

Battalion

As required

Unit Arms Control (POC)

Arms Control Compliance Training

DODD 2060.1,
AE Reg 525-50

USAREURG3 IOD

Battalion

As required

All

Army Readiness Assessment Program

AE Reg 350-1

USACR/SC

Battalion

As required

First Sergeant

First Sergeants Course

United States Army Sergeants Major Academy

CATC/
USASMA

Battalion

1

Dangerous goods adviser

HAZ 15

AE Reg 55-4

CATC

Battalion

1

Force protection officer

Level II AT/FP Training

AE Reg 525-13

CATC

Battalion

As required

68W medic

Med 104, 68W Sustainment

AR 40-68

CATC

Battalion

1

Postal supervisor

Postal supervisor training

AE Reg 600-8-3

POB

Battalion

As required

Range safety officer/NCO

Range Safety Officer/NCO Course

AR 385-63,
GTA SOP 1

GTA

Battalion

As required

Rear detachment commander

Rear Detachment Leaders Course

AE Reg 600-8-108

CATC

Battalion

1

Battalion safety officer

Safety Officer/NCO Course (SOC 40)

AR 385-10

CATC

Battalion

As required

Battalion maintenance TMDE coordinator

U.S. Army Test, Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Activity (TMDE)

AR 750-43

TRADOC

Battalion

As required

Battalion maintenance TAMMS/PLL clerk

SAMS-E Operations Course (LOG 76)

AR 710-2,
DA Pam 750-8

CATC

Battalion

1

Unit postal officer

Unit postal officer training

AE Reg 600-8-3

POB

Battalion/
Company

As required

Equal opportunity leader

Equal Opportunity Leader Course (EOL 471)

AR 600-20

By MTT

Battalion/
Company

As required

Hazardous cargo driver

Hazardous Materials Driver Course (HAZ 11) (to obtain ADR certification)

AE Reg 55-4

CATC

USAG

1

Casualty Assistance Officer

USAREUR G1 Casualty Course

AE Reg 600-8-1

USAREUR G1

USAG

2

Casualty notification officer/NCO

USAREUR G1 Casualty Course

AE Reg 600-8-1

USAREUR G1

Company

As required

Military sponsor

ACS sponsorship training

AR 600-8-8

ACS

Company

1

Company Safety officer/NCO

Additional Duty Safety Course

AR 385-10

USACR/SC

Company

2

Unit movement officer (SSG or above)

Air Loader Planner Course (UMO 152)

DTR 4500.9-R, part III

CATC

Company

As required

Company AOAP monitor/ assistant

AOAP training

AR 750-1 and
AE Suppl 1

AOAP Laboratory

Company

1

Force protection officer

AT/FP Level II Training

AE Reg 525-13

CATC

Company

3

CBRND NCO/officer/ alternate

CBRND Course (80 hours)

AR 350-1

CATC

Company

As required

Company commander and first sergeant

Company Commander/
1SG Course (CCFS 25)

AE Reg 350-1

CATC

Company

1

Family readiness group leader

Family readiness group leader training

AE Reg 608-2

USAG/
ACS

Company

1

Family readiness liaison

Family readiness liaison training

AE Reg 608-2

ACS

Company

2

HAZMAT cargo certifier

Hazardous Materials (‑2) Certification Courses (HAZ 12 and 15/16) (to obtain ADR certification)

TM 38-250,
AE Reg 55-4

CATC

Company

As required

Unit postal clerk (without ASI)

Postal ASI training

AE Reg 600-8-3

POB

Company

1

Postal clerk

Postal clerk training

AE Reg 600-8-3

POB

Company

1

Company safety officer/NCO

Safety Officer/NCO Course (SOC 40)

AR 385-10

CATC

Company

1

Armorer/ assistant armorer

Small Arms Maintenance for Unit Armorer Course (SAM 31)

AR 190-11

CATC

Company

1

Small arms master marksman

Small Arms Master Marksman Course

AE Reg 350-1

CATC

Company

As required

Tire mounting, demounting, and inflation personnel

Tire Maintenance and Training Course

AR 750-1 and
AE Suppl 1,
TM 9-2610-200-14

TACOM LAR

Company

As required

Tire, track, and road wheel classifier

Tire, Track, and Road Wheel Classification Course

AR 750-1 and
AE Suppl 1

TACOM LAR

Company

1

Company TMDE coordinator

TMDE training

AR 750-43

TRADOC

Company

As required

Company executive officer

SAMS-E Operations Course (LOG 76)

DA Pam 750-8

CATC

Company

2

Company maintenance TAMMS/PLL clerk

SAMS-E Operations Course (LOG 76)

DA Pam 750-8

CATC

Company

As required

Company motor sergeant/
maintenance shop foreman

SAMS-E Operations Course (LOG 76)

DA Pam 750-8

CATC

Company

1

Supply officer

Unit-Level Supply Course (LOG 73)

AR 710-2,
DA Pam 710-2-1

CATC

Company

1

Supply sergeant

Unit-Level Supply Course (LOG 73)

AR 710-2,
DA Pam 710-2-1

CATC

Company

2

Unit mailclerk

Unit mailclerk training

AE Reg 600-8-3

POB

Company

2

Unit movement officer (SSG or above)

Unit Movement Officer Course (UMO 151)

DTR 4500.9-R, part III

CATC

 

Individual

DA intern and newly appointed or promoted journeyman-level civilian employee

Action Officer Development Correspondence Course AODC 131, F41 (subcourse ST 7000)

CHRA-E

CHRA-E

Individual

As required

Summary Court Martial Officer (casualty)

Casualty Course

AE Reg 600-8-1

USAREUR G1

Individual

As required

Armed guard

Certification

AE Reg 525-13

USAREUR G3

Individual

As required

COMSEC custodian

COMSEC Custodian Course (INT 34)

TB 380-41,
AE Reg 380-40,
AE Pam 380-40

CATC

Individual

As required

Information assurance manager, information assurance security officer, or person with elevated privileges on networks in the Army in Europe

Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense (IA/CND) Training Program (IA/CND Core Technologies 1 and 2 (IA1 and IA2))

AR 25-2,
AE Reg 25-71

USAREUR G6

Individual

As required

System administrator

Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense (IA/CND) Training Program (IA/CND Core Technologies 1 and 2 (IA1 and IA2) and Advanced IA/CND Core Technologies 3 (IA3))

AR 25-2,
AE Reg 25-71

USAREUR G6

Individual

As required

DA intern

Intern Leadership Development Course

CHRA-E

CHRA-E

Individual

As required

COMSEC custodian

Local COMSEC Management Software Course (INT 35)

TB 380-41,
AE Reg 380-40,
AE Pam 380-40

CATC

Individual

As required

Newly appointed manager of civilian personnel (to be completed within 6 months after assignment)

Manager Development Correspondence Course MDC 131, F21 (subcourse ST 6000)

AR 690-400

CHRA-E

Individual

As required

Postal volunteer

Postal volunteer training

AE Reg 600-8-3

APO/UMR/
CMR

Individual

As required

First-time supervisor of civilian employees

Supervisor Development Correspondence Course SDC 131, F21 (sub-courses ST 5001 and ST 5002)

AR 690-400

CHRA-E

Individual

As required

Civilian equal opportunity personnel

Training in the Prevention of Sexual Harassment (TIPOSH)

CHRA-E

CHRA-E

Individual

As required

Equipment operator

ULM certification and drivers licensing

AR 600-55,
AE Reg 350-1,
AE Reg 600-55

Unit



Table B-4
Consolidated Unit Training Requirements

Echelon

Personnel Required

Frequency

Event/ Description

AE Reg 350-1
Reference

Corps, div, bde

Unit dependent

Before projected deployment or ARFORGEN “available” date

BCTP supported warfighter exercise, FSO METL focus

Chap 1, para 1-11

Corps, div, all brigades, designated USAREUR staff

Use reference paragraphs for detailed information on personnel requirements

Semiannually. Last week of May and third week of November

USAREUR Theater Army Synchronization and Sourcing Conference

Chap 1, paras 1-13 and 1-19c

Corps, div, all brigades, designated USAREUR staff

Use reference link for detailed information on personnel requirements

Semiannually. Mid-February and mid-August

USAREUR G3/S3 Conference in conjunction with the JMTC Training Scheduling and Sourcing Conference

Chap 1, paras 1-13 and 1-19b

All deploying units

All

Before projected deployment

Theater-specific predeployment training requirements

Chap 1, para 1-16a

All units required to provide USR input

Commanders, USR contributors

Monthly

Battle command as a weapon system reporting

Chap 1, para 1-17; and chap 4, para 4-23

All USAREUR brigades

Bde Command Group, S3s, select USAREUR/V Corps leaders and staff

At least every 6 months or at the discretion of the USAREUR CG

Unit training management reviews

Chap 1, para 1-19a

Units as required

Unit dependent

180 days before training

Mobile training team requests submitted to JMTC

Chap 1, para 1-20

Deploying units

Key leadership and staff

Before RIP/TOA

In-theater COIN Academy Training (CENTCOM)

Chap 1, para 1-21

Deploying units

Key leadership and staff

Before deployment

LDESP Seminar

Chap 1, para 1-22

Deploying brigades and battalions

Key leadership and staff

Before deployment
(optional)

Battle Command Seminar, FT Leavenworth, KS

Chap 1, para 1-23

Deploying units

Key leadership and staff

Before deployment
(optional)

Governance and Economics Predeployment Conference

Chap 1, para 1-24

Deploying units

Contracting officer’s representative

No later than LAD-90 days

Contracting officer’s representative training

Chap 1, para 1-25

Div, bde, bn

Select leadership and staff

Before deployment (optional)

Counter IED training by JIEDDO MTT

Chap 1, para 1-27

Deploying units assigned MB-SFA mission

MB-SFA augmentees and unit provided security personnel

Before unit MRE

MB-SFA training by 162d In Bde, FT Polk, LA and deploying unit

Chap 1, para 1-28

Deploying units, bn and above

Electronic warfare personnel, dependent on size of unit

Before major predeployment training events

Electronic warfare training for battalions and above

Chap 1, para 1-29

All units

As required

As soon as possible on promotion to captain or 4 years of active service

Captains Career Course (CCC)

Chap 3, para 3-4

All units

As required

During fourth year as a CW2, no later than one year after promotion to CW3

Warrant Officer Advanced Course

Chap 3, para 3-5

All units

As required

During third year as a CW3, no later than 1 year of promotion to CW4

Warrant Officer Staff Course

Chap. 3, para 3-5

All units

As required

During third year as a CW4, no later than 1 year of promotion to CW5

Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course

Chap 3, para 3-5

All units

As required

As required

Warrior Leader Course

Chap 3, para 3-6

All units

As required

As required

Advanced Leader Course

Chap 3, para 3-6

All units

As required

As required

First Sergeant and Battle Staff NCO Course

Chap 3, para 3-6

Squad through platoon

Unit dependent

Semiannually

Tactical live-fire exercise (LFX)

Chap 4, para 4-1

All units

Unit dependent

Annually

Convoy live fire

Chap 4, para 4-1

Companies

Unit dependent

At least annually

Company LFX

Chap 4, para 4-2

Battalions

As required

Within 150 days before deployment

Battalion CTC rotation

Chap 4, para 4-3

CS and CSS units

As required

Within 150 days before deployment

CTC rotation as part of a BCT, nontraditional CTC rotation, or theater security cooperation exercise

Chap 4, para 4-3

All deploying units

As required

Semiannually and within 180 days before deployment

CPX

Chap 4, para 4-3

All deploying commanders and battle staffs

As required

Within 180 days before deployment

CTC rotation (MRE, MRX)

Chap 4, para 4-4

All units

As required

Before deployment

Deployment training (aviation, convoy, port, rail, and weapons ops)

Chap 4, para 4-4

All units, platoon through USAREUR CCP

As required

Annually

Joint training event

Chap 4, para 4-5

All units

All commissioned and warrant officers

Quarterly

Officer professional development in conjunction with tactical exercises

Chap 4, para 4-6

All units

All commissioned and warrant officers

Quarterly

Officer professional development in conjunction with tactical exercises

Chap 4, para 4-6

All units

All noncommissioned officers

Quarterly

Noncommissioned officer professional development

Chap 4, para 4-6

All units with civilian employees

All assigned civilian employees

Quarterly

Civilian professional development

Chap 4, para 4-6

All units

All Soldiers

Daily

Physical training

Chap 4, para 4-9

All units

All Soldiers

Semiannually

APFT

Chap 4, para 4-9

All units

All Soldiers

Quarterly
(optional)

10-km foot march

Chap 4, para 4-9

All units

All Soldiers

Annually
(optional)

20-km foot march

Chap 4, para 4-9

Deploying units

All Soldiers

Within 180 days before deployment

Water-survival training and assessment

Chap 4, para 4-9

All units

All Soldiers

As required

Combatives

Chap 4, para 4-9

All units

All Soldiers

Semiannually

Combat stress indicator and mitigation training

Chap 4, para 4-9

All units

All Soldiers

Before weapons qualification

PMI

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

Semiannually

Weapons qualification

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

Annually

Advanced rifle marksmanship

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

Homestation training

Urban operations marksmanship

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

Before deployment

Target discrimination training

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

Annually

Reflexive fire training

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

Annually

Short range marksmanship (CQM)

Chap 4, para 4-11

Squads and platoons

Squad designated marksmen and snipers

As required

Squad designated marksman training

Chap 4, para 4-11

Maneuver brigades

Sniper teams

Quarterly

Sniper sustainment program

Chap 4, para 4-11

Brigades and battalions

Nonlethal weapons training team

As required

Interservice nonlethal individual weapons instructor course

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

At least annually

Additional individual weapons training

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

All Soldiers

At least 60 days before deployment

Non-U.S. weapons familiarization

Chap 4, para 4-11

All companies

Select NCOs

Before company’s marksmanship training

USAREUR Small Arms Master Marksman Program

Chap 4, para 4-11

All units

One Soldier per squad and vehicle crew

Annually

Combat lifesaver certification

Chap 4, para 4-12

All units

Select Soldiers and staff

Monthly

Communications exercise

Chap 4, para 4-13

All units

All Soldiers

Quarterly

Land navigation, mounted and dismounted

Chap 4, para 4-14

All deploying units

All Soldiers

Before MRE

Mine and IED awareness training

Chap 4, para 4-15

All units

Primary and alternate vehicle drivers

Before licensing, maneuver training and deployment

Drivers training

Chap 4, para 4-15

Maneuver brigades

Crews and maneuver elements

Annually

Abrams, Bradley, Stryker, MGS crew and platoon gunnery

Chap 4, para 4-16

Maneuver brigades

Armor/mech/Stryker crews

Monthly

COFT-E Training

Chap 4, para 4-16

Attack aviation units

AH-64 crews

Annually

Table VIII

Chap 4, para 4-16

Utility and cargo aviation units

Utility and cargo Helicopter crews

Semiannually

Live-fire door gunnery

Chap 4, para 4-16

Aviation units and maneuver brigades

Aviation crews and maneuver element leaders

During brigade JMRC rotations and before deployment

Air-ground integration training

Chap 4, para 4-16

Maneuver brigades, battalions

Tank, Bradley, Stryker, MGS Crew evaluators

Bradley and Stryker evaluators certified within 3 months before LFX. Tank and MGS evaluators certified within 6 months before LFX

Tank, Bradley, Stryker, and MGS crew evaluator training and certification

Chap 4, para 4-16

All units

Primary and alternate crew served weapons crews

Before LFX and deployment

Primary and alternate crew served weapon crew qualification

Chap 4, para 4-16

Mortar-equipped units

Mortar crews

Semiannually

Mortar crew qualification

Chap 4, para 4-16

Cannon artillery units

Cannon crews

Semiannually

Cannon crew qualification, Table VIII

Chap 4, para 4-16

Cannon artillery units

Platoons

Annually

Platoon live-fire qualification, Table XII

Chap 4, para 4-16

Q36 and Q37 radar-equipped units

Radar crews

Annually

Certification

Chap 4, para 4-16

Deployable units

All Soldiers

With 180 days of deployment

Cultural awareness training

Chap 4, para 4-17

Rear detachments

Individual Replacements

Before deployment of individual replacements

Individual replacement training

Chap 4, para 4-19

All units

All Soldiers

Annually and as part of every training event

Standards of conduct in armed conflict

Chap 4, para 4-20

All units

Leaders and digital systems operators

Monthly

Level I and II digital training

Chap 4, para 4-21

All units

Battle command decision-makers

Quarterly

Level III digital training

Chap 4, para 4-21

All units

Battle command decision-makers and system operators

During all CPX, staff STX, and CTC rotations

Level IV and V digital training

Chap 4, para 4-21


 

APPENDIX C
AVIATION TRAINING


C-1. PURPOSE
This appendix supplements the guidance in aircrew training manuals (ATMs) and Army Training Management System publications, particularly AR 350-1, FM 7-0 and AE Regulation 95-1. This appendix will be used with these publications to develop unit, aircrew, and individual training programs. Individuals responsible for developing training programs must have a working knowledge of these publications.


C-2. WAIVERS
Waivers to ATM requirements or requirements prescribed by this regulation are discouraged. Waivers may be approved only for specific periods and only for circumstances beyond individual or unit control. Refer to AE Regulation 95-1, chapter 4, paragraph 4-1, for waiver guidance and approval authority. Waivers needed because of resource constraints such as inadequate facilities or training areas constitute a requirement for improving local conditions, stationing changes, or force-structure changes.


C-3. AVIATION TRAINING IN THE EUROPEAN THEATER

Table C-1
Aviation Training Requirements

Frequency

Subject Area

References

Semiannually

Aviation weather briefing

AE Regulation 95-1

 

UAS POL training

AE Regulation 95-23

Annually

Accident reporting

AR 385-10

Aircraft survivability equipment (ASE)

AR 95-1

Aircrew coordination

TC 3-04.11

Aviation life-support equipment

AR 95-1

Code of conduct; survival, evasion, resistance, and escape (SERE)

AR 350-1 and AE Regulation 350-1

Composite risk management

TC 3-04.11

Environmental (desert, mountain, overwater before deployment, snow and cold-weather operations, water safety)

AR 350-1, TC 21-21, AE Regulation 350-1, and AE Regulation 385-4, AE Regulation 95-23

Extended range fuel system (ERFS) operations (if applicable)

Safety of flight (SOF) messages

Fratricide

TC 3-04.11

Hazard communication

29 CFR 1910.1200(h)

Hazard reporting

AR 385-10

Nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC)

AR 350-1

Threats, electronic warfare, mode IV, identification friend or foe (IFF)

AR 95-1

18-24 Months

UAS ARMS for every UAS unit in USAREUR

AE Regulation 95-23

Every 3 years or less (When personnel turnover is high, a 2-year cycle is recommended.)

Aeromedical (altitude physiology, health maintenance, illusions in flight, night vision, noise in aviation, protective equipment, spatial disorientation, stress and fatigue, toxic hazards in aviation)

TC 3-04.93


C-4. AVIATION TRAINING GOALS
USAREUR aviation training goals are as follows:


C-5. AVIATION TRAINING PRIORITIES
In addition to the training requirements prescribed by AR 95-1 and individual aircraft ATMs (for example, emergency procedures, aircrew coordination, individual and crew flight tasks), USAREUR aviation training priorities are as follows:


C-6. STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES
Written training standing operating procedures (SOPs) are the backbone of a unit’s internal standardization. Unit training SOPs must include as a minimum the training requirements specified in AR 95-1, AR 385-10, and AE Regulation 95-1; and specific areas as determined by the commander to meet unit missions.


C-7. TACTICAL FLIGHT TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
Tactical skills provide the basis for a unit’s all-weather, around-the-clock combat capability. Tactical flying and crew coordination are vital. Daylight nap of the earth (NOE) flying, high-altitude flying, and encountering dust and obscurants en route or during takeoffs and landings all add significant hazards to flight profiles. Aviation unit commanders will determine the tactical training requirements as part of the METL-development process and include them in individual aircrew training programs and the unit-training plan.


C-8. PERIODIC ACADEMIC TRAINING AND BRIEFING REQUIREMENTS
In accordance with the VCSA Aviation Safety Directive/Guidance, aviation battalion commanders will hold weekly pilot briefings. These briefings are considered officer training. The topics will facilitate and feed into tactical and technical individual and collective training.


C-9. SPECIAL TRAINING
Special emphasis should be placed on night operations, high-altitude and high-gross-weight operations, NOE flying, and operations under limited visibility or poor weather conditions.


C-10. UNITED STATES ARMY JOINT MULTINATIONAL READINESS CENTER (JMRC) AVIATION ROTATIONS


C-11. FLIGHT SIMULATOR TRAINING


C-12. UAS TRAINING


Table C-2
Unmanned Aviation Training Requirements

Frequency

Subject Area

References

Semiannually

Aviation weather briefing

AE Regulation 95-23

Annually

Accident reporting

AR 385-10

Aircrew coordination

TC 1-600

Code of Conduct; SERE

AR 350-1 and AE Regulation 350-1

Composite risk management

TC 1-600 and TC 1-611

Environmental (desert, mountain, overwater before deployment, snow and cold-weather operations, water safety)

TC 1-600, TC 21-21, AE Regulation 350-1, and AE Regulation 95-23

Fratricide

TC 1-600 and TC 1-611

Hazard communication

29 CFR 1910.1200(h)

Hazard reporting

AR 385-10

CBRND

AR 350-1

Threats, electronic warfare, mode IV, identification friend or foe (IFF)

AR 95-23

Every 3 years or less (When personnel turnover is high, a 2-year cycle is recommended.)

Aeromedical (health maintenance, illusions in flight, night vision, noise in aviation, protective equipment, spatial disorientation, stress and fatigue, toxic hazards in aviation)

TC 3-04.93


Table C-3
Consolidated Certification Requirements

Echelon

Required Personnel

Position

Course Title or Training

References

Training Proponent

Brigade,
battalion,
company

1

Non-UAS MOSQ Soldiers assigned to units with UAS as platoon leaders, company commanders, first sergeants, and/or assigned to the S3 Air or Brigade Aviation Element

UAS Unit Commander and Staff Leaders Course

AE Reg 350-1

UASSD

Brigade,
battalion,
company

1

SUAS standardization master trainer

USAREUR SUAS Standardization Course

AE Reg 350-1
AE Reg 95-23

UASSD

Brigade,
battalion,
company

As required by MTOE or 1

Unit RQ-11 UAS master trainer

RQ-11 Raven Master Trainer Course

AR 95-23
AE Reg 95-23
TC 1-611

By MTT
or CATC

Individual

As required by MTOE or 2 per SUAS assigned

RQ-11 UAS Operators

RQ-11 Raven Operator and Maintainers Course

AR 95-23
AE Reg 95-23
TC 1-611

By MTT
or CATC

Brigade

As required by MTOE or 2 per UAS assigned

UAS Instructor Operator

MQ-5 Instructor Operator Course
RQ-7 Instructor Operator Course
(UAS-platform specific)

AR 95-23
AE Reg 95-23
TC 1-600

USAACE/
UASTB

Brigade

As required by MTOE or 1 per UAS assigned

UAS Standardization Operator

UAS Standardization Operator designation

AR 95-23
AE Reg 95-23
TC 1-600

UASSD

Individual

As required by MTOE

UAS Maintainer/Repairer (MOS 15B, 15J, 35T or 52D)

RQ-7 UAS Maintainer Course (ASI U2)
MQ-5 UAS Maintainer Course (ASI U3)
(UAS-platform specific)

AR 95-23
TC 1-600

USAACE/
UASTB



 

APPENDIX D
RESERVE COMPONENT TRAINING PROGRAMS


D-1. GENERAL


D-2. RESPONSIBILITIES
Senior RC advisers (the CG, 7th Civil Support Command, the Senior Army National Guard Adviser, USAREUR, and the Senior Army Reserve Adviser at the Office of Mobilization and Reserve Affairs, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G3, HQ USAREUR)—

NOTE: Select major subordinate commands in USAREUR have an RC operations staff that performs functions similar to those of the senior RC advisers at HQ USAREUR level.


D-3. OVERSEAS MISSION SUPPORT AND OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENT TRAINING
Overseas deployment training (ODT) provides the largest Reserve force multiplier in the European theater.


D-4. OPERATIONAL MENTORING AND LIAISON TEAMS
The Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team (OMLT) program provides ready and trained National Guard Soldiers who are embedded into NATO partner country teams to deploy to Afghanistan. The mission of the OMLTs is to coach, teach, and mentor the Afghanistan National Army (ANA) to develop a self-sufficient, competent, and professional ANA. OMLTs are a force multiplier for U.S. and NATO forces. Soldiers are mobilized and trained for OMLT missions in accordance with the NATO OMLT concept of operations, HQDA Execution Order 171-09, and the Army Personnel Policy Guidance (PPG).


 

APPENDIX E
AIRBORNE TRAINING IN GERMANY


E-1. PURPOSE
This appendix prescribes and outlines request procedures, support requirements, references, and timelines for planning and executing airborne training in major training areas (MTAs) and local training areas (LTAs) in Germany, including drop zones (DZs) and facilities.


E-2. GENERAL
This appendix incorporates all current provisions of AR 59-4; AR 350-1, appendix G-8; AR 750-32; FM 3-21.220; AE Regulation 350-2; and other applicable technical manuals, field manuals, regulations, and joint agreements. This appendix will be used with these publications to develop unit and individual airborne training.


E-3. RESPONSIBILITIES
Commanders will ensure units and personnel comply with this appendix when conducting airborne training in Germany. Personnel responsible for conducting or supporting airborne operations will be familiar with all aspects of this appendix. Units will comply with German laws and regulations governing the use of MTAs and LTAs when conducting training.


E-4. PARACHUTE REQUEST TIMELINE AND PROCEDURES


Table E-1
Parachute Request Timeline

Task

Suspense

Requirement (Reference)

Joint airborne/air transportability training (JA/ATT) conferences for aircraft requirements

D-180

Takes place semiannually in accordance with the USAFE 86th Airlift Wing schedule. S3 representatives from the 173d ABCT, 21st TSC (SPO/G3 Ops/STB/5th QM), and all using units submit requirements for aircraft support and coordinate airborne mission details. The conference runs for 2 days. All participants should have decision-making authority for their units. The conference includes briefings on JA/ATT changes or updates. Previously validated JA/ATTs are reviewed. Changes to dates or missions can be negotiated at that time if the changes do not adversely affect on training in other units. The new semiannual JA/ATT schedule is set. Each month is reviewed and JA/ATT dates and missions are negotiated. 21st TSC G3 Ops will be responsible for sending required information to USAREUR G3 CTB.

Requests for personnel parachutes and equipment airdrop support

D-60

Received before Parachute Issue Day and/or Equipment Stage Day respectively, through the 21st TSC G3 Ops Division (DSN 484-8870/8874), and the 21st TSC Special Troops Battalion (STB) S3 Air Section (DSN 484-6082/6120), to the 5th Quartermaster (QM) Detachment Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/ 2155). All forms of communication will be used to ensure mission success. Requesting units will provide fund cite or code and document numbers to all pertinent agencies.

Maneuver coordination

D-45

Request through JMTC
(DSN 334-4303).

Medical support

D-45

Request through 21st TSC G3 Operations (DSN 484-8870/8874).

Transportation support

D-45

Request through S4, 21st TSC STB
(DSN 484-6082/6120).

Risk assessment

D-45

Sent to first colonel in chain of command,
21st TSC.

Equipment inventory

D-45

Coordination for equipment rigging, joint inspections, and transportation by the airdrop support unit.

Quarters for medical teams

D-30

Request through 21st TSC G3 Operations (DSN 484-8870/8874).

Air letter

D-30

Published by the 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155). Will include all timelines and personnel assignments.

DZSO equipment

D-15

Inventories at the 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155).

Communications equipment

D-15

Inventories at the 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155).

Transportation equipment

D-15

Inventories at the 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155).

NOTAMS requests

D-15

Requests through AFOD NOTAM Section, USAREUR (DSN 373-8595). These are required NLT 10 days before for DZs in military training areas.

DZ, sites reconnaissance

D-7

Conducted by 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155).

Commander’s air briefing

D-2

Conducted by 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155).

Final coordination

D-2

Final staging and assignments of all equipment and personnel assigned.

Strike reports, flash reports, AAR

D-Day

Submitted by 5th QM Air Operations Section (DSN 493-2643/2155).



 

 

Figure E-1. Personnel Aerial Delivery Mission Support Request Flow Chart (Italy)



 

 

Figure E-2. Personnel Aerial Delivery Mission Support Request Flow Chart
(Outside of Germany and Italy)



E-5. DZ SURVEYS (AF IMT 3823), MAJOR AND LOCAL DZ TRAINING AREAS (LTAs AND MTAs)
Table E-2 lists point of impact (PI) coordinates for LTA and MTA DZs.

NOTE: DZ surveys and PI coordinates for all usable DZs can be found on the Air Force portal at https://www.my.af.mil/faf/FAF/fafhome.jsp. An Army Knowledge Online (AKO) user name and password are required to log on.


Table E-2
Point of Impact Coordinates

Name

LTA/MTA

PI Coordinates

Alzey Drop Zone

LTA

32U MA38314 01847

Bitburg Drop Zone

MTA

32U LA25814 35694

Bunker Drop Zone

MTA

32U QA10429 06044

Hohenfels Drop Zone

MTA

32U QV01830 60240

Marnheim Drop Zone

LTA

32U MV32350 97544


E-6. ARMY FLIGHT OPERATIONS DETACHMENT PARACHUTING ACTIVITIES AND EXERCISE REQUESTS
To request permission for parachuting activities and exercises, units must complete and submit AE Form 350-1C by e-mail to mail.ug3.005@eur.army.mil. This form serves as a notice to airmen (NOTAM). The form will be processed through German air traffic control channels to coordinate for the use of German airspace, drop altitude, and clearance.


E-7. PERMISSIVE PARACHUTING PROGRAM


 

APPENDIX F
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY CIVILIAN TRAINING AND EDUCATION


F-1. GENERAL
It is DA and USAREUR policy that U.S. civilian employees support the military in carrying out its missions.


F-2. INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS


F-3. CIVILIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM


F-4. THE ARMY CIVILIAN TRAINING, EDUCATION, AND DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM (ACTEDS)
ACTEDS is governed by AR 690-950 and is the Army’s primary system for the technical development of career program employees. ACTEDS provides a “road map” for the planned development of DA civilians as they progress from entry-level assignments to key positions through a blending of progressive and sequential work assignments, formal training, and self-development. The ACTEDS training catalog, which provides a DA civilian training, education, and development plan for each career field with recommended training and developmental assignments, is available on the Civilian Personnel Online website at http://cpol.army.mil/library/train/catalog.


F-5. ADDITIONAL TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
Chapter 4, section II, paragraph 4-6, provides more civilian training requirements.


 

APPENDIX G
ACCESS TO TRAINING AREAS AND FACILITIES


G-1. Access to training areas and facilities must be scheduled through the Range Facilities Management Support System (RFMSS). Additional information may be obtained through the Training and Resources Management System (TRMS) website at https://trms.7atc.army.mil/trms5/jmc/default.aspx. Table G-1 lists POCs for training areas and facilities, and the lead time required for scheduling their use. Training support center chiefs may be reached by dialing the local community prefix followed by -1398. The glossary defines abbreviations used in the table.


Table G-1
Training Facilities and POCs

Local Training Areas

POC

Facility

Lead Time
Required

Ansbach TSC
civ 09802-83-4577, DSN 467-4577

Ebersdorf LTA

45 Days

Ansbach TSC
civ 09802-83-4577, DSN 467-4577

Gödersklingen LTA 528

45 Days

Ansbach TSC
civ 09841-83-4577, DSN 467-4577

Oberdachstetten LTA

45 Days

Ansbach TSC
civ 09841-83-4577, DSN 467-4577

Urlas LTA (Obereichenbach)

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Appendorf LTA

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Bug LTA

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Burgebrach LTA

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Kunigundenruh LTA

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Pödeldorf LTA

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Scheßlitz LTA

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

South Hauptsmoorwald LTA

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder LTA 1

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder LTA 2

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder MOUT Village

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder NBC Chamber

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder Rappelling Tower

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder Tank/Bradley Crew Proficiency Course/IED Lane

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Human Patient Simulator

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

IED Reaction Course

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Javelin Basic Skills Center

45 Days

Benelux TSC
civ 0032-68-27-5238, DSN 361-5231

Chièvres NBC Chamber

45 Days

Heidelberg TSC
civ 06221-17-5154, DSN 373-5154

Schwetzingen LTA

45 Days

Heidelberg TSC
civ 06221-17-5154, DSN 373-5154

Schwetzingen NBC Chamber

45 Days

Kaiserslautern TSC
civ 0631-411-7311, DSN 483-8098

Breitenwald LTA

45 Days

Mannheim TSC
civ 0621-779-5107, DSN 382-5107

Lampertheim NBC Chamber

45 Days

Mannheim TSC
civ 0621-779-5107, DSN 382-5107

Lampertheim Training Area

45 Days

Mannheim TSC
civ 0621-779-5107, DSN 382-5107

Mannheim Pole Orchard

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Dittelbrunn LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-961398, DSN 354-1398

Ebenhausen LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Obbach LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Pfändhausen LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Schraudenbach LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Sömmersdorf LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Sulzheim LTA

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Sulzthal LTA

45 Days

Stuttgart TSC
civ 07031-15-2415, DSN 431-2415

Böblingen LTA

45 Days

Stuttgart TSC
civ 07031-15-2415, DSN 431-2415

Böblingen MOUT Training Area

45 Days

Wiesbaden TSC
civ 06132-508738, DSN 337-4731

Mainz-Layenhof MOUT Training Area

45 Days

Wiesbaden TSC
civ 06132-508738, DSN 337-4731

Mainz-Mombach/Gonsenheim

45 Days

Wiesbaden TSC
civ 06132-508738, DSN 337-4731

Offenheim LTA

45 Days

Wiesbaden TSC
civ 06132-508738, DSN 337-4731

Oppenheim LTA

45 Days

Wiesbaden TSC
civ 06132-508738, DSN 337-4731

Rheinblick LTA

45 Days

Vicenza TSC
civ 0039-0444-71-7510, DSN 634-7603

Vicenza Airborne Refresher Training Facility

6 weeks

Vicenza TSC
civ 0039-0444-71-7510, DSN 634-7510

Vicenza MOUT Training Facility

6 weeks

Major Training Areas

JMTC G3
civ 09641-83-6198, DSN 475-6198

Baumholder MTA
(German Host-Nation Range)

180 days

JMTC G3
civ 09641-83-6198, DSN 475-6198

Grafenwöhr Training Area
(except for ranges)

45 Days

JMTC G3
Grafenwöhr Range Control
civ 09641-83-8387, DSN 475-8387

Grafenwöhr Training Area
(ranges)

45 Days

JMTC G3
civ 09641-83-6198, DSN 475-6198

Hohenfels Training Area (JMRC)

180 days

Ranges

Ansbach TSC
civ 09841-83-4577, DSN 467-4577

Ansbach Ranges

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Bamberg Range 12

45 Days

Bamberg TSC
civ 0951-300-7719, DSN 469-7719

Reese Ranges

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder Conquerors Park Range

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder Grenade Course
Nonfiring

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder Indoor Range

45 Days

Baumholder TSC
civ 0678-36-7488, DSN 485-7130/6454

Baumholder KD Range

45 Days

Benelux TSC
civ 0032-68-27-5238, DSN 361-5231

Chièvres Indoor Firing Range

45 Days

Heidelberg TSC
civ 06221-17-5154, DSN 373-5154

Oftersheim Ranges

45 Days

Kaiserslautern TSC
civ 0631-411-7311, DSN 486-8098

Breitenwald Ranges A and B

45 Days

Mannheim TSC
civ 0621-779-5107, DSN 382-5107

Lampertheim M203 Range

45 Days

Mannheim TSC
civ 0621-779-5107, DSN 382-5107

Lampertheim Small Arms Range

45 Days

Mannheim TSC
civ 0621-779-5107, DSN 382-5107

Mannheim Hand Grenade Range

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Conn Barracks Ranges

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Dittelbrunn Ranges

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-6334, DSN 354-1398

Pfändhausen Ranges

45 Days

Schweinfurt TSC
civ 09721-96-1398, DSN 354-1398

Sulzheim Ranges

45 Days

Stuttgart TSC
civ 07031-15-2415, DSN 431-2415

Böblingen M203, Door Breaching, and Demolition Range

45 Days

Stuttgart TSC
civ 07031-15-2415, DSN 431-2415

Panzer Range Complex

45 Days

Vicenza TSC
civ 0039-0444-71510, DSN 634-7603

Multifunctional Indoor Range

6 weeks

Wiesbaden TSC
civ 06132-508738, DSN 337-4731

Wackernheim Ranges

45 Days


G-2. Training at international training areas must be coordinated through the International Operations Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G3, HQ USAREUR.


 

APPENDIX H
TRAINING IN ITALY


H-1. PURPOSE
This appendix outlines request procedures, support requirements, references, and timelines for planning and executing training at an Italian range, major training area (MTA), local training area (LTA) (including drop zones), or facility. Many of the areas covered are “off post,” Italian-controlled assets. Units planning training on post, in U.S.-controlled facilities in the Vicenza or Livorno areas should contact JMTC Regional Training Support Center (RTSC)-Italy at DSN 634-8741 for request and scheduling information. Planning individual and collective training at the U.S.-controlled Vicenza Battle Command Training Center (BCTC) is done by the Vicenza BCTC at DSN 634-8179/8076/8073 or e-mail: mail.bctc.vca@eur.army.mil.


H-2. GENERAL
The Training Administration Branch, USAREUR Regional Mission Support Element-Vicenza, executes primary responsibilities for all U.S. Army Italian range and training area scheduling, coordination, use, and oversight. Details on the ranges, training areas, and facilities available are located at https://portal.setaf.army.mil/mse/mse.tngnatotse/default.aspx.


H-3. RESPONSIBILITIES
As a guest in Italy, the U.S. Forces must abide by Italian laws and regulations governing the use of MTAs and LTAs. Formats for requests are available in each range or training area folder posted on the LionNet or through the Training Administration Branch, USAREUR Regional MSE-Vicenza. Unit commanders are responsible as follows: https://portal.setaf.army.mil/mse/mse.tngnatotse/SOP%20%20Training/Forms/AllItems.aspx.


H-4. ITALIAN MTA/LTA SUPPORT MATRIX
This matrix outlines training planning for Italian events in a step by step timeline. It is located at https://portal.setaf.army.mil/mse/mse.tngnatotse/SOP%20%20Training/Forms/AllItems.aspx.


H-5. ITALIAN TRAINING FACILITIES, RANGES, AND AREAS (LTA/MTA)
This paragraph contains location grid coordinates for planning and is located at https://portal.setaf.army.mil/mse/mse.tngnatotse/SOP%20%20Training/Forms/AllItems.aspx.


H-6. AIRBORNE OPERATIONS SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS
This paragraph contains request and planning information and timeline suspenses located at https://portal.setaf.army.mil/mse/mse.tngnatotse/SOP%20%20Training/Forms/AllItems.aspx.


H-7. VICENZA BATTLE COMMAND TRAINING CENTER (V-BCTC)


H-8. VICENZA BCTC SUPPORT REQUESTS


 

GLOSSARY


SECTION I
ABBREVIATIONS


1SG

first sergeant

435th SFS

435th Security Forces Squadron

A/C

aircraft

AA

Active Army

AAR

after-action review

ABCS

Army Battle Command System

ABCT

airborne brigade combat team

ACO

airspace control order

ACS

Army Community Service

ACSF

Army Comprehensive Soldier Fitness

ACTEDS

Army Civilian Training, Education, and Development System

ADA

air defense artillery

ADME

active duty medical extension

ADR

Accord Européen relative au Transport International des Marchandises dangereuses par Route

ADZSO

assistant drop zone safety officer

AE

Army in Europe

AFATDS

Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System

AFOD

Army Flight Operations Detachment

AGTS

Advanced Gunnery Training System

AIG

address indicating group

AJM

assistant jumpmaster

AKO

Army Knowledge Online

ALC

Advanced Leaders Course

ALMS

Army Learning Management System

ALT

altitude

ANA

Afghanistan National Army

AOAP

Army Oil Analysis Program

AOC

area of concentration

AOR

area of responsibility

APFT

Army physical fitness test

APO

Army post office

ARFORGEN

Army Force Generation

ARMS

aviation resource management survey

ARTEP

Army Training and Evaluation Program

ASAS

All Source Analysis System

ASCC

Army service component command

ASE

aircraft survivability equipment

ASI

additional skill identifier

ASOP

airborne standing operating procedure

AT/FP

antiterrorism/force protection

AT&LDS

Army Training and Leader Development Strategy

ATM

aircrew training manual

AtN

Attack the Network

ATN

Army Training Network

ATO

air tasking order

ATP

aircrew training program

ATRRS

Army Training Requirements and Resources System

ATS

air traffic services

AVC

air vehicle control

AVCATT

Aviation Combined Arms Tactical Trainer

AWT

Army Warrior Training

BC

battle command

BCAWS

Battle Command as a Weapon System

BCE

Bradley crew evaluator

BCS

Battle Command System

BCS3

Battle Command Sustainment and Support System

BCT

brigade combat team

BCT3

Brigade Combat Team Trauma Training

BCTC

Battle Command Training Center

BCTP

Battle Command Training Program

BCTS

Battle Command Training Strategy

bde

brigade

BFA

blank firing adapter

BFT

blue force tracking

BMVg

Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (German Federal Ministry of Defense)

bn

battalion

BRM

basic rifle marksmanship

BWFX

brigade warfighter exercises

C-IED

counter-improvised explosive device

C2

command and control

C2PC

command and control personal computer

C4

command, control, communications, and computers

C4I

command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence

C4ISR

command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

CAB

combat aviation brigade

CALFEX

combined arms live-fire exercise

CALL

Center for Army Lessons Learned

CATC

Combined Arms Training Center

CATS

Combined Arms Training Strategy

CAX

computer-aided exercise

CBRND

chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense

CCC

Captains Career Course

CCFS

Company Commander/First Sergeant (Course)

CCMCK

close combat mission capability kit

CCP

contingency command post

CCTT

close combat tactical trainer

CD

compact disk

CDS

container delivery system

CERTEX

certification exercise

CES

Civilian Education System

CFR

Code of Federal Regulations

CFX

command field exercise

CHRA-E

United States Army Civilian Human Resources Agency, Europe Region

CIDNE

Combined Information Data Network Exchange

CIP

command inspection program

CJTF

combined joint task force

CLS

combat lifesaver

CMF

career management field

CMR

consolidated mailroom

CoC

Code of Conduct

COCOM

combatant commander

COFT-E

conduct-of-fire trainer - enhanced

COIC

(United States Army Europe) Combined Operations and Intelligence Center

COIN

counterinsurgency

CoIST

company intelligence support team

COMMEX

communications exercise

COMSEC

communications security

CONUS

continental United States

COP

common operational picture

COR

contracting officer’s representative

CP

command post

CPD

civilian professional development

CPN

command post node

CPOF

Command Post of the Future

CPX

command post exercise

CS

combat support

CSA

Chief of Staff of the Army

CSM

command sergeant major

CSS

combat service support

CTC

Combat Training Center

CW2

chief warrant officer 2

CW3

chief warrant officer 3

CW4

chief warrant officer 4

CW5

chief warrant officer 5

CY

calendar year

DA

Department of the Army

DACO

departure airfield control officer

DAMA

Demand Assigned Multiple Access

DCGS-A

Distributed Common Ground System - Army

DCP

detainee collection point

DEXR

deploy-enhanced STX-EXEVAL, redeploy

DHA

detainee holding area

DIGEX

digital exercise

DIS-E

Deployable Instrumentation System–Europe

DOD

Department of Defense

DODD

Department of Defense directive

DODI

Department of Defense instruction

DON

Department of the Navy

DOTMLPF

doctrine, organization, training, material, leadership, personnel education, and facilities

DPC

Deployment Processing Center

DRRS-A

Defense Readiness Reporting System–Army

DTF

digital training facility

DTMS

Digital Training Management System

DTRA

United States Defense Threat Reduction Agency

DZ

drop zone

DZSO

drop zone safety officer

EBCTC

Expeditionary Battle Command Training Center

ECQ

executive core qualification

EITP

Expeditionary Intelligence Training Program

EPW

enemy prisoner of war

ERFS

extended range fuel system

EST

Engagement Skills Trainer

EW

electronic warfare

EXEVAL

external evaluation

FBCB2

Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below

FL

flight level

FMOD

Federal Ministry of Defense

FORSCOM

United States Army Forces Command

FSCATT

Fire Support Combined Arms Tactical Trainer

FSO

full spectrum operation

FTX

field training exercise

G1

Deputy Chief of Staff, G1, United States Army Europe

G2

Deputy Chief of Staff, G2, United States Army Europe

G3

Deputy Chief of Staff, G3, United States Army Europe

G4

Deputy Chief of Staff, G4, United States Army Europe

G6

Deputy Chief of Staff, G6, United States Army Europe

GCA

ground-controlled approach

GCM

ground crewmember

GI&S

geospatial information and services

GMT

Greenwich Mean Time

GST

gunnery skills testing

GTA

Grafenwöhr Training Area

GUARDFIST

Guard unit Armory Device Full-Crew Interactive Simulation Trainer

HAHO

high altitude high opening

HALO

high altitude low opening

HAZMAT

hazardous material

HBCT

heavy brigade combat team

HEAT

High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Egress Assistance Trainer

HGT

height

HIMARS

High Mobility Artillery Rocket System

HME

home made explosives

HQ USAREUR

Headquarters, United States Army Europe

HQDA

Headquarters, Department of the Army

HRC

United States Army Human Resources Command

HST

home-station training

HTA

Hohenfels Training Area

HWVDS

Heavy Wheeled Vehicle Driver’s Simulator

IA/CND

Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense

IATF

individual aircrew training folder

IBCT

infantry brigade combat team

ID

identification

IDB

Institute for Defense and Business

IDP

individual development plan

IE

instrument evaluator

IED

improvised explosive device

IFF

identification friend or foe

IM

information management

IMCOM-Europe

United States Army Installation Management Command, Europe Region

IND

individual

INFOSYS

information system

INIWIC

Interservice Nonlethal Individual Weapons Instructor Course

IO

instructor operator

IOD

International Operations Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G3, Headquarters, United States Army Europe

IOTR

individual operator training record

IP

instructor pilot

IRT

individual replacement training

ITA

Italian Army

ITAM

Integrated Training Area Management

JA/ATT

joint airborne/air transportability training

JCATS

joint conflict and tactical simulation

JCOE

Joint Center of Excellence

JIEDDO

Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization

JKnIFE

Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization Knowledge and Information Fusion Exchange

JMRC

United States Army Joint Multinational Readiness Center

JMSC

Joint Multinational Simulation Center

JMTC

Seventh United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command

JNN

joint network node

JNTC-S

Joint Network Transport Capability - Spiral

JTF

joint task force

JTF-E

Joint Task Force - East

JWFC

Joint Warfighting Center

kHz

kilohertz

LAD

latest arrival date

LAN

local area network

LAO

local area orientation

LAR

logistics assistance representative

LAT

latest arrival date

LBV

load-bearing vest

LDESP

Leader Development and Education for Sustained Peace

LFX

live-fire exercise

LMTS

Laser Marksmanship Training System

LO

liaison officer

LTA

local training area

LVC

live, virtual, constructive

M&RA

Mobilization and Reserve Affairs

MAC

Master Activities Calendar

MACC

maneuver area coordination center

MACO

marshalling area control officer

MAIT

maintenance assistance and instruction team

MB-SFA

Modular Brigade-Security Force Assistance

MCA

maneuver coordination area

MCS-L

Maneuver Control System - Light

MDMP

military decision-making process

ME

maintenance test flight evaluator

MEL

major events list

MET

Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Egress Trainer

METL

mission-essential task list

MGS

Mobile Gun System

MGSCE

Mobile Gun System crew evaluator

MILES

Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement System

MIRPS

Modified Improved Reserve Parachute System

MLRS

Multiple-Launch Rocket System

MOI

method of instruction

MOPP

mission-oriented protective posture

MOS

military occupational specialty

MOSQ

military occupational specialty qualified

MOUT

military operations in urban terrain

MOVEX

division movement exercise

MP

military police

MRAP

Mine Resistant Ambush Protected

MRE

mission-readiness exercise

MRX

mission-rehearsal exercise

MSE

mission support element

MSL

mission status level

MT

master trainer

MTA

major training area

MTOE

modification table of organization and equipment

MTT

mobile training team

NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NBC

nuclear, biological, and chemical

NCODP

Noncommissioned Officer Development Program

NCOES

Noncommissioned Officer Education System

NET

new equipment training

NLW

nonlethal weapon

NOE

nap of the earth

NOTAM

notice to airmen

NVD

night vision device

NVG

night vision goggles

O/T

observer/trainer

OC

observer/controller

OCO

overseas contingency operations

OCP

operational command post

OCSURG

Office of the Command Surgeon, Headquarters, United States Army Europe

ODT

overseas deployment training

OE

operating environment

OEF

Operation Enduring Freedom

OES

Officer Education System

OF

optional form

OGE

United States Office of Government Ethics

OIC

officer in charge

OMLT

operational mentoring and liaison team

OMS

overseas mission support

OOS

out of sector

OPD

officer professional development

OPFOR

opposing force

OPORD

operation order

OTAR

over-the-air rekey

PCAS

primary crash alarm system

PfP

Partnership for Peace

PI

point of impact

PIMS

Portable Institutional Mission Simulator

PJE

parachute jumping exercise

PJM

primary jumpmaster

PLL

prescribed load list

PMCS

preventive maintenance checks and services

PME

professional military education

PMI

preliminary marksmanship instruction

POB

Postal Operations Branch, Human Resources Division, United States Army Installation Management Command, Europe Region

POC

point of contact

POI

program of instruction

POL

petroleum, oils, and lubricants

POSH

prevention of sexual harassment

PPG

personnel policy guidance

QM

quartermaster

RC

Reserve Component

RDC

rear detachment commander

RDLC

Rear Detachment Leaders Course

RFMSS

Range Facility Management Support System

RIP

relief in place

RL

readiness level

ROC-IED

Recognition of Combatants-Improved Explosive Devices

RTLP

Range and Training Land Program

RTSC

regional training support center

SAF

jumpmaster safety

SAMM

small arms master marksman

SAMS-E

Standard Army Maintenance System-Enhanced

SART

Sustainment Assistance Review Team

SATCOM

satellite communications

SAV

staff assistance visit

SBCT

Stryker brigade combat team

SCAS

secondary crash alarm system

SCE

Stryker crew evaluator

SCPC

single-channel per carrier

SDM

squad-designated marksman

SERE

survival, evasion, resistance, and escape

SESAMS

Special Effects Small Arms Marking System

SF

standard form

SIGEX

signals exercise

SINCGARS

Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System

SIPR

Secret Internet Protocol Router

SMC

senior mission commander

SO

standardization operator

SOF

safety of flight

SOFA

Status of Forces Agreement

SOP

standing operating procedure

SoS

system of systems

SOSO

stability operations and support operations

SP

standardization pilot

SPIN

special instruction

sqd

squad

SQI

special qualification identifier

SRM

short-range marksmanship

SRP

Sustainable Range Program

STS

Sniper Training System

STX

situational training exercise

SUAS

Small Unmanned Aircraft System

TACEVAL

tactical evaluation

TACOM

United States Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command

TADS

training aids, devices, and simulators

TAMMS

The Army Maintenance Management System

TARP Threat Awareness and Reporting Program

TASKORD

tasking order

TASSC

Theater Army Synchronization and Sourcing Conference

TCC

United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Culture Center

TCE

tank crew evaluator

TEC

theater-enabling command

TEWT

tactical exercise without troops

TIGR

Tactical Ground Reporting

TM

technical manual

TMDE

test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment

TMR

training management review

TOA

transfer of authority

TOC

tactical operations center

TOT

time on target

TOW

tube-launched, optically tracked, wire-guided

TRADOC

United States Army Training and Doctrine Command

TRANSEC

transmission security

TRMS

Training and Resources Management System

TSAE

United States Army Training Support Activity, Europe

TSC

training support center

TSIRT

theater-specific individual readiness tasks

TTP

tactics, techniques, and procedures

TWGSS

Tank Weapons Gunnery Simulation System

UAC

unmanned aircraft crewmember

UAS

unmanned aircraft system

UASSD

United States Army Europe Aviation Safety and Standardization Detachment

UASTB

unmanned aircraft systems training battalion

ULLS-G

Unit-Level Logistics System—Ground

ULM

user-level maintenance

UMO

unit movement officer

UMR

unit mailroom

UPCC

United States Army Europe Precommand Course

USAACE

United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence

USAASD-E

United States Army Aeronautical Services Detachment, Europe

USACC

United States Army Contracting Command

USACR/SC

United States Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center

USAFE

United States Air Forces in Europe

USAFRICOM

United States Africa Command

USAG

United States Army garrison

USAR

United States Army Reserve

USARAF

United States Army Africa

USAREUR

United States Army Europe

USASMA

United States Army Sergeants Major Academy

USASSD

United States Army Europe Aviation Safety and Standardization Detachment

USEUCOM

United States European Command

USR

unit status report

UT

unit trainer

UTM

Ultimate Training Munitions

V-BCTC

Vicenza Battle Command Training Center

VBS2

Virtual Battle Space 2

VCSA

Vice Chief of Staff of the Army

WFX

warfighter exercise

WLC

Warrior Leader Course

WO1

warrant officer 1

WOAC

Warrant Officer Advanced Course

WOBC

Warrant Officer Basic Course

WOES

Warrant Officer Education System

WOSC

Warrant Officer Staff Course

WOSSC

Warrant Officer Senior Staff Course