368TH TRAINING SQUADRON

The 368th Training Squadron (368 TRS) was originally designated as a training detachment under the 366th Training Squadron and later the 364th Training Squadron, both located at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas.  The 368th Training Squadron was offically activated on 17 October 2018 and traces its heraldry to the 368th Bombardment Squadron, which served under the 8th Air Force in the European Theather of Operations during World War II.  The 368th Training Squadron provides inital skills and advanced level training in the areas of Pavements & Equipment, Emergency Management, Engineering, and Ground Transportation.  The 368 TRS produces approximately 1,400 mission-ready Airmen annually.  Additionally, the 368 TRS supports initial entry training for Army, Navy, Marine Corps Engineers and Chemical Corps members through interservice (ITRO) parternships on Fort Leonard Wood. 

MISSION

Train and develop the world's most professional and lethal Airmen warfighters.

 

VISION

Increase Air Force lethality and readiness by providing world-class, relevant, and innovative training and leadership experiences.


LEADERSHIP

Ground Transportation (GT) (2T1X1)

Ground Transportation (GT) Apprentice

Course ID: JCABP2T131 00AB

This apprentice level training course provides knowledge/performance instruction in information warfare/OPSEC vulnerabilities, AFSC duties and hazards, form documentation, operator care/maintenance responsibilities, protocol support, communications, material management in distribution, supply handheld system concept, processing, accountable document distribution, special handling assets, vehicle operations automated systems, vehicles under and over 10,000 GVW, operate vehicles on the flight-line, remove and replace wheel assembly, operate 28 passenger bus, operate 44 passenger bus, official motor vehicle use/misuse program, vehicle operations control center, wrecker indoctrination, mobility operations and military design vehicles, land navigation, forklift operations, loading/lashing/covering cargo, tractor and trailer combinations, and tow hitch/pintle-hook.

Equipment Required

All students attending this course in TDY status must bring the following personal protective equipment: military style high top steel toe boots, leather gloves, and raingear.


Length: 30 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 10

GT NCOIC Advanced

Course ID: JCAZP2T171 02AA

The ground transportation NCOIC Course provides training for NCO personnel in charge of ground transportation. This advanced training course provides craftsman level training skills to ground transportation personnel in the knowledge and performance skills needed to perform 7–skill level duties within the ground transportation career field. The scope of training includes the following major units of
instruction: responsibilities of the GT NCOIC, ground transportation support, GT training program, official use of motor vehicles policy, GT operations center (GTOC), management analysis, work center manpower, work center budget, mobility/contingency operations, and customer service.

Length: 8 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Training, Validation, and Operations (TVO) Examiner Advanced

Course ID: JCAZT2T171 01AA

The TVO examiner course outlines the premise for Air Force TVO examiners to certify AF GMV operators on CMB equivalents. The instructional design of this course is group lock step. The course is to be recognized as to train TVO examiners to meet national accredited program requirements to assure the Air Force, the public, the institutions served, and government of the competence and quality of the TVO examiners in the field. The specific objectives of the program are to: (1) certify the efficiency and effectiveness of TVO examining personnel, (2) upgrade the professionalism of TVO examiners, (3) demonstrate and teach standardized certification requirements, and (4) mirror industry standards for commercial driver license examiner training that will assist Air Force Ground Transportation in its vehicles certification program.

Equipment Required

All students attending this course in TDY status must bring the following personal protective equipment: military style high top steel toe boots, leather gloves, and raingear.


Length: 8 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 2

Point of Contact

POC: Mr. James Muncy
EMAIL: james.g.muncy.civ@mail.mil
DSN: 581-3237
COMM: 573-596-3237

Schoolhouse address:
9405 Jump Street, TA-244 Bldg 12423
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

Pavements & Construction Equipment (P&E) (3E2X1)

Pavements & Equipment Apprentice Course Of Initial Entry (COIE)

Course ID: JCAQP3E231 00AA

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 3 COURSES: JCAQP3E231 00AA, J9AQA3E231 04RA, and JCABP3E231 00AD.


This is Part 1 of a 3 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E231 AFSC. This course provides initial skills training to Air Force military personnel in the knowledge and performance skills needed to perform apprentice 3-skill level duties in the pavements and construction equipment specialty. The scope of training includes: career progression and duties, career field safety, snow and ice control, crane rigging, drainage systems, operational checks/maintenance & operation (dump truck/front-end loader/compact track loader/backhoe/excavator), dump truck towing operations, excavating load-fill operations, soil fundamentals, powered equipment, rigid (concrete) construction project/full depth-crack repair, flexible (asphalt) fundamentals/inspection/full depth-crack repair, airfield damage repair, and berm construction.

Equipment Required

All students attending this course in a TDY status must bring the following personal protective equipment: high-top safety toe boots, rain gear, leather gloves, light duty coveralls, ear protection (earplugs or muffs), safety glasses and a safety helmet (hardhat). Cold weather gear is required from October to March. PT gear is required for students to participate in AF Fitness Program.


Length: 40 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 14

Pavements & Equipment Apprentice Interservice (ITRO)

Course ID: J9AQA3E231 04RA

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 3 COURSES: JCAQP3E231 00AA, J9AQA3E231 04RA, and JCABP3E231 00AD.

This is Part 2 of a 3 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E231 AFSC. This is an Army ITRO-consolidated construction equipment operator qualification course. This course provides initial skills training to Air Force military personnel in the knowledge and skills needed to perform 3-level duties in the pavements and construction equipment specialty. The scope of training includes: grader operations.

Equipment

All students attending this course in a TDY status must bring the following personal protective equipment: high-top safety toe boots, raingear, leather gloves, light duty coveralls, ear protection (earplugs or muffs), safety glasses and a safety helmet (hardhat). Cold weather gear is required from October to March. PT gear is required for students to participate in AF Fitness Program.


Length: 5 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Pavements & Equipment Operator Apprentice (AFSC Awarding)

Course ID: JCABP3E231 00AD

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 3 COURSES: JCAQP3E231 00AA, J9AQA3E231 04RA, and JCABP3E231 00AD.

This is Part 3 of a 3 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E231 AFSC. This apprentice course provides initial skills training to Air Force military personnel in the knowledge and performance skills needed to perform apprentice (3-skill level) duties in the pavements and construction equipment operator career field. This Air Force unique follow-on course is conducted after completion of the pre-requisite Inter-service apprentice course J9AQA3E231 04RA. The scope of training for this course includes: water distributor operations, sweeper operations, material handling, and fencing operations.

Equipment Required

All students attending this course in a TDY status must bring the following personal protective equipment: high-top safety toe boots, raingear, leather gloves, light duty coveralls, ear protection (earplugs or muffs), canteen or camelback, safety glasses and a safety helmet (white or yellow hardhat). Cold weather gear is required from October to March. The AF Physical Training Uniform (PTU) (i.e. pants, jacket, shorts, shirt) is required for students to participate in the AF Fitness Program. The AF PTU is required for uniformity.


Length: 9 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Pavements Maintenance, Inspection, and Repair (PMIR) Advanced (MTT)

Course ID: J7AZP3E271 00AA

This Mobile Training Team (MTT) provides special training to Air Force military and civilian personnel working in the pavements and construction equipment operator career field this training is conducted at a host AF base and is not on Fort Leonard Wood. The first week of training provides knowledge training in soil fundamentals, pavement inspection, rigid pavement maintenance & repair, and flexible pavement maintenance & repair fundamentals. The second week of training provides hands-on performance for conducting soils fundamental tests, pavement inspections, rigid pavement maintenance & repair practical, and flexible pavement maintenance & repair practical.

Equipment Required

Students must bring personal protective equipment to include high top safety-toed boots, rubber boots (concrete pours), hearing protection, leather & rubber gloves, and eye protection. Host unit must provide: Water Truck; Concrete Saw capable of making full depth cut for concrete repairs on airfield pavement; Air Compressor; 30-lb and 60-lb Pneumatic Hammers (jack hammers); Concrete Drill with drill bit capable of drilling a 1 1/2-inch diameter to a 7-inch depth; Compaction Equipment for large and small repairs (3-ton or larger for large areas); Finish Roller; One 15-passenger van or 29-passenger bus each class day for transportation to and from work site; Hand Tools (as necessary) for completion of rigid and flexible pavement repairs; Slump Cone for measuring slump of fresh concrete; Small Concrete Vibrator (spud vibrator); Portable Concrete Mixer; Front-end Loader or suitable piece of equipment capable of removing debris and placing it into a dump truck; Dump Truck (any size); excavator/backhoe with impactor attachment; and a method of injecting epoxy resin into drilled holes in concrete (needed to cement dowels in place). Equipment must be verified available prior to departure of MTT instructor(s). Course training objectives cannot be met without stated equipment.


Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Point of Contact

POC: Mr. John Little
EMAIL: john.e.little1.civ@mail.mil
DSN: 581-2557/4944
COMM: 573-596-2557/4944

Schoolhouse address:
9821 Jump Street, TA-244 Bldg. 12400
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

Engineering (3E5X1)

Engineering Apprentice Interservice (ITRO)

Course ID: J9AQA3E531 00RF

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 3 COURSES: J9AQA3E531 00RF, JCAQP3E531 00AA, JCABP3E531 00AF

This is Part 1 of a 3 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E531 AFSC. This is apprentice level training that must be completed to be awarded the 3E531 AFSC. This inter-service apprentice level training course provides initial skills training for enlisted engineering assistant draftsman manual engineering sketches, computer aided drafting principles, setup drawings, utilize drawing commands, drawing management, and produce technical drawings. accordance with Army regulations and policy.

Length: 21 academic class days

Survey Apprentice (AF Unique)

Course ID: JCAQP3E531 00AA

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 3 COURSES: J9AQA3E531 00RF, JCAQP3E531 00AA, JCABP3E531 00AF.

This is Part 2 of a 3 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E531 AFSC. This apprentice level training course provided initial skills training for enlisted engineering assistant surveyors for fundamentals of surveying, data collection, survey planning, expedient surveying, construction surveying, vertical control, horizontal control, topographic surveying, road stakeout, and building and utility stakeout, using conventional (optical) and Global Positioning System (GPS) methods, and mishap survey.

Length: 30 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 9

Engineering Apprentice (AF Unique)

Course ID: JCABP3E531 00AD

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 3 COURSES: J9AQA3E531 00RF, JCAQP3E531 00AA, JCABP3E531 00AF.00AF.

This is Part 3 of a 3 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E531 AFSC. This is an apprentice 3-skill level awarding course that provides training in a career progression, standards of conduct, construction materials testing, specific contingency responsibilities, GIS fundamentals, geographical information system, database schema, convert geospatial data, create and maintain GIS data, analyze and query GIS, and export GIS.

Length: 14 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 6

Construction Surveying Advanced

Course ID: JCAZP3E571 01AA

This advanced course provides training in surveying computations and operations. The major units of instruction include survey introduction, reconnaissance, vertical control, horizontal control, topography, road design & layout, building layout, and utility layout. This course utilizes optical, automated and global positing system surveying equipment. Students will collect, convert, and present field survey data for civil projects utilizing Trimble Business Center (TBC) software.

Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 4

Advanced Geographic Information System (GIS)

Course ID: JCAZP3E571 02AA

This advanced course provides advanced training in Geographic Information System (GIS) related tasks. The scope of training includes to convert data to GIS models, create/maintain data container & metadata, create/edit vector data, query GIS data, analyze GIS data, convert coordinate systems, and map layout (print or plot a map) used in creating, analyzing, maintaining, querying GIS data, and producing associated maps.

Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Engineering Craftsman Advanced

Course ID: JCACP3E571 01AB

The advanced craftsman course trains and prepares Engineering Journeymen (5-skill level) Airmen to perform Civil Engineer (CE) 3E571 duties. The course provides CE engineering personnel the knowledge and skills necessary to perform duties as a CE Engineering Craftsman/Supervisor. The scope of training includes Air Force planning, engineering design, soil classification, field identification & soils exploration, and evaluation of materials testing procedures and reports.

Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 4

Contract Construction Inspector Advanced (MTT)

Course ID: J7AZT3E571 01AA

This Mobile Training team (MTT) course provides training in the knowledge and skills needed to monitor construction contracts for installation, maintenance, repair, and modification of facilities. This training is conducted at a host AF base and not on Fort Leonard Wood. Major units of instruction include construction management procedures, contract inspection records and progress documents, contract modifications, project close-out procedures, warranty/guarantee procedures, military construction (MILCON) program, requirements contracts, material submittals and test reports, and documentations of construction activities.

Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 4

Point of Contact

POC: Mr. Chris Keyes
EMAIL: christopher.m.keyes2.civ@mail.mil
DSN: 581-3453
COMM: (573) 596-3453


Schoolhouse address:
Brown Hall, Bldg. 5400 Nebraska Ave.
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

Emergency Management (EM) (3E9X1)

Emergency Management Apprentice Course Of Initial Entry (COIE)

Course ID: JCAQP3E931 00AB

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 4 COURSES: JCAQP3E931 00AB, J9AQA3E391 00RB, J9AQA3E931 01RA, JCABP3E931 01AA.

This is Part 1 of a 4 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E931 AFSC. This course that provides AF Emergency Management (EM) training in EM overview, prevention esponse operations, facility contaminated environment under the direct supervision of qualified chemical specialists in the Army Chemical Defense Training Facility (CDTF).

Length: 50 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 18

Emergency Management Apprentice Interservice (ITRO-Operations)

Course ID: J9AQA3E931 00RB

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 4 COURSES: JCAQP3E931 00AB, J9AQA3E391 00RB, J9AQA3E931 01RA, JCABP3E931 01AA.

This is Part 2 of a 4 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E931 AFSC. This is an Army inter-service apprentice level course that provides emergency management apprentice students training and certification in CBRN HazMat operations.

Length: 4 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 2 after completion of both J9AQA3E931 00RB & J9AQA3E931 01RA

Emergency Management Apprentice Interservice (ITRO-Technicians)

Course ID: J9AQA3E931 01RA

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 4 COURSES: JCAQP3E931 00AB, J9AQA3E391 00RB, J9AQA3E931 01RA, JCABP3E931 01AA.

This is Part 3 of a 4 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E931 AFSC. This is an Army inter-service apprentice level course that provides emergency management apprentice students training and certification in CBRN HazMat technician.

Length: 7 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 2 after completion of both J9AQA3E931 00RB & J9AQA3E931 01RA

Emergency Management Apprentice (AFSC Awarding)

Course ID: JCABP3E931 01AA

WHEN SCHEDULING, PLEASE INCLUDE ALL 4 COURSES: JCAQP3E931 00AB, J9AQA3E391 00RB, J9AQA3E931 01RA, JCABP3E931 01AA.

This is Part 4 of a 4 course pipeline that must be completed to be awarded the 3E931 AFSC. This course will train students in instructor fundamentals to include instructor responsibilities, types of instruction, instructional aides, performance evaluations, and presentation preparation and delivery.

Length: 5 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 1

Emergency Management Craftsman (Prerequisite)

Course ID: J6ANW3E971 00AA

The instructional design of this DL course is self-paced. Thiscourse is a pre-requisite course required to be completed within 1-year priorto attending the in-resident EM Craftsman (JCACP3E971 00AB) 7-skill levelawarding course within the 3E9X1 AFSC. Active-duty personnel need to sign-upfor this DL course after notification of promotion to the rank of SSgt. ANG/RESpersonnel need to be in the rank of SSgt and complete the course within 1-yearof being assigned to a formal in-resident training class. This course providesunit of instruction pre-requisite knowledge training in CBRN & TIMFundamentals, Emergency Management Planning, and Emergency Management FlightOperations.


Emergency Management Craftsman Advanced

Course ID: JCACP3E971 00AB

The Emergency Management Craftsman Course is a 7-skill level awarding in-resident course (10-academic days) which focuses on the student’s transition from a CBRN Responder to an Emergency Manager. Course material will demand critical thinking as an individual and as part of a group in the areas typically reserved for an Installation Emergency Manager, EOC Manager, and ESF-5. The main focus areas are as follows: principles of emergency management, risk management assessment process, IEMP 10-2 development, resource management, ARIS, IEM program compliance, assessing installation readiness, EOC manager and ESF-5 management, CBRN/TIC/TIM fundamentals and operations

Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Emergency Management Chemical, Biological, Radiological. Nuclear (CBRN) Command & Control

Course ID: JCACP3E971 0A1A

This is an advanced supplemental course that provides training for Emergency Management military/civilian personnel to perform duties within a CBRN Control Center. This course provides block of instruction unit training in CBRN Control Center Foundation, Chemical & Biological Warfare Agents and Hazard Prediction, Nuclear Warfare and Fallout Prediction,Release-Other-Than-Attacks (ROTA), and Automated Warning and Prediction Systems. The course trains the knowledge and performance skills required to predict and report hazard areas associated with CBRN attacks, perform CBRN detailed and enhanced plotting and reporting requirements using both manual and automated systems, and conduct CBRN Control Center operations and plot analysis briefings

Length: 10 academic class days

CCAF Semester hours: 3

Point of Contact

POC: Mr. Douglas Wheeler
EMAIL: douglas.a.wheeler.civ@mail.mil
DSN: 676-7605
COMM: (573) 563-7605

Schoolhouse address:
14030 MSCoE Loop (Bldg 3203)
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

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Phone:
(573) 596-0811
Location:

6007 Cooley Ave. (Bldg. 1703)
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

Hours of Operation:

Monday through Friday

7 a.m. to 5 p.m.