Mission

Develop Defenders ready for the challenges of today and tomorrow.

Vision
Develop a World Class Academy recognized for delivering a Defender culture of excellence.

Leadership

Capt. Hafich
Air Force Liaison
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MSgt. Treadwell
NCOIC Ft. Leonard Wood Operations
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Heavy Weapons

Directions to the course

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.50 Cal Machine Gun Course

Course ID: L3AZR3P051 0W1C Status: Active
Title: M-2(A1) .50 Cal Machine Gun Course

PDS: MGO
Date Added: 3/30/2015
AFSC: 3P0X1 or 3P0X1B
Category: Technical
Security: Unclassified
Start Date: 11 May 2015
Location: Saint Robert, MO (Tech Trng) Fort Leonard Wood (TRADOC/AETC)
Owner Code: 0JTT
Length: 5 days of training
ORG/PGM:
Air Education and Training Command/ Enlisted Operations Training
Class Freq: As needed
WebLink:
Course Contact: 343 TRS/OLB / DSN 312-581-2623/ Comm 573-593-2623

Course Description


This course qualifies student(s) as an M-2(A1) machine gunner. It provides training in the maintenance and operation of the M-2(A1) machine gun and associated equipment. Training includes crew drills, tactical weapons employment, and live fire training with the weapon.

Admin Instructions:
Any questions regarding this course should be directed to the AETC SF Training Manager, DSN: 473-9194.

Prerequisites
AFSC 3P0X1 or AFSC 3P0X1B (AB through SSgt).
Student(s) attending the course cannot be on a profile limiting the amount of weight they can lift or the wear of body armor. Student(s) must be able to lift more than 20 lbs. If a student arrives to training with this type of profile they will be sent back to their unit at their unit’s expense.

Quota Control:
Please contact your Base Formal Training Office to obtain this training. The 343 TRS does not control seat quotas and cannot schedule students for classes. Your Base Formal Training Office will have schedules for this course. MAJCOMs and other quota requesters retain individual lists of filled and open seats; the 343 TRS will not be able to tell you which classes have openings for your quota requester.

Reporting Instructions (Supplemental):

***IMPORTANT: When contacting Billeting for reservations,be sure to let them know what course you are attending and the dates.This will help with ensuring you are billeted on Fort Leonard Wood.***Students must arrive one(1) day prior to class start date in order to check into billeting. Students will need to make their own billeting accommodations with either on post billeting at the following website;https://www.ihg.com/armyhotels/hotels/us/en/reserv... on post billeting is unavailable, students must obtain anon-availability letter from Course Chief to secure billeting off post as the IHG does not provide Non availability letters. It is highly recommended to secure billeting as early as possible due to the limited number of hotels in the immediate area! The student must contact billeting to confirm reservation and provide travel card information prior to arrival. When making reservations, inform the operator you are attending the SF MK-19 or .50 cal machine gun course and indicate your course dates. A base shuttle service is NO available therefore a rental car WILL be required since the nearest airports are over an hour away (authorization for a rental car or POV within vicinity mileage is an individual unit policy and must be coordinated with home station MPF and so stated on TDY orders for proper reimbursement). Requirements to request a compact rental vehicle are as follows: 1. The student renting the vehicle, via DTS/CTO, will file an amendment (provided by the POCsbelow) to their TDY orders upon return to home station for Rental Vehicle reimbursement and FOUO gasoline [send gasoline receipts]. 2. To review the rental car policy for off base billeting, please https://usaf.dps.mil/sites/12821/SitePages/Home.as...(MRTP) email address: 2AF.MRTP@US.AF.MIL Students are to report to Bldg 1702Suite E, Rm 1 (6079 Cooley Avenue, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 65473), NLT 0800hrs on the first day of class (see attached map for directions). Students should immediately contact the Training Managers (listed above) if there are any issues getting to/from class. For further information or questions,please contact the heavy weapons cell 210-792-7520 or the heavy weapons office 573-596-2613 or 2623. Refer to attachment "Fort Leonard Wood map" for accurate directions. For more information, please see link:

https://home.army.mil/wood/index.php/units-tenants/usaf/343TS

Special Notes:


Any personnel requesting leave during the course will be granted for extreme circumstances and must be coordinated with Cadre before the course begins. Emergency leave will be granted as needed.
Uniform and Equipment Requirements

Students are required to have three (3) sets of OCP uniforms, OCP patrol cap, beret, two pairs of combat or boots, and a field jacket. Additional Cold Weather gear (such as field jacket liner and thermal underwear) is required for students attending from September through April. Due to limited storage, students should bring only essential personal clothing and effects. Students are required to bring the following items: a military water source, body armor/plate carrier (unit issued, with Level IV front/back plates), ballistic helmet/ACH, gloves, ear protection, ballistic eye protection, night vision goggles with helmet mounts, flashlight, and gas mask. Failure to bring these items will result in removal from the course and student(s) sent back to their unit at the unit’s expense.

Waiver Authority:
Waiver Request Procedures
OPR: HQ AFIMSC/XZT
DSN: 969-1801
EMAIL: AFIMSC.XZTSF.MRT_Non-MRT@us.af.mil

Units requiring a waiver will follow the procedures below before sending a training request to HQ AFIMSC/XZT, Security Forces Rep

o Unit must produce a memorandum containing the following:
§ Specific course
§ Course Start Date
§ Type of waiver
§ Individual’s full name and rank
§ Justification for waiver
§ Whether or not they meet the prerequisites/exemptions
§ Must be signed by the Commander
o Unit will send memo electronically to HQ AFIMSC/XZT
o HQ AFIMSC/XZT will process and route to HAF/A4SX for CFM Approval
o HAF/A4SX will notify:
§ HQ AFIMSC/XZT
§ 343 TRS course POC, if waiver approved
o HQ AFIMSC/XZT will notify:
§ Unit CC/POC

o When a waiver is approved, units will send the appropriate training request to HQ AFIMSC/XZT Security Forces Rep (Primary: MSgt John Sheehan, john.sheehan.1@us.af.mil, and Alternate: SMSgt Raymon McKenney, raymon.mckenney@us.af.mil, DSN: 969-1801)


MK-19 MACHINE GUN COURSE


Course ID: L3AZR3P051 0W2B
Status: Active
PDS:MKO
Date Added:10/26/2011
AFSC: 3P0X1
Category:Technical
Security: Unclassified
Location:Saint Robert, MO (Tech Trng) Fort Leonard Wood (TRADOC/AETC)
Owner Code: 0JTT
Length:5 days of training
ORG/PGM:Air Education and Training Command/Enlisted Operations Training
Class Freq: As needed
WebLink: anastasia.nelson@us.af.mil
Course Contact: 343 TRS/OLB/ DSN: 312-581-2623/ Comm: 573-593-2623

Course Description

This course qualifies student(s) as a Mk-19 machine gunner. It provides training in the maintenance and operation of the Mk-19 machine gun and associated equipment. Training includes crew drills, tactical weapons employment, static, and convoy live fire training with the weapon.
Any questions regarding this course should be directed to the AETC Training Manager DSN: 473-9194

Prerequisites:
AFSC 3P0X1 or 3P0X1B

Quota Control:
Please contact your Base Formal Training Office to obtain this training. The 343d Training Squadron does not control seat quotas and cannot schedule students for classes.
Your Base Formal Training Office will have schedules for this course. MAJCOMs and other quota requesters retain individual lists of filled and open seats; the 343d TRS will not be able to tell you which classes have openings for your quota requester.

Reporting Instructions (Supplemental):

***IMPORTANT: When contacting Billeting for reservations,be sure to let them know what course you are attending and the dates.This will help with ensuring you are billeted on Fort Leonard Wood.***Students must arrive one(1) day prior to class start date in order to check into billeting. Students will need to make their own billeting accommodations with either on post billeting at the following website;https://www.ihg.com/armyhotels/hotels/us/en/reserv... on post billeting is unavailable, students must obtain anon-availability letter from Course Chief to secure billeting off post as the IHG does not provide Non availability letters. It is highly recommended to secure billeting as early as possible due to the limited number of hotels in the immediate area! The student must contact billeting to confirm reservation and provide travel card information prior to arrival. When making reservations, inform the operator you are attending the SF MK-19 or .50 cal machine gun course and indicate your course dates. A base shuttle service is NOT available therefore a rental car WILL be required since the nearest airports are over an hour away (authorization for a rental car or POV with vicinity mileage is an individual unit policy and must be coordinated with home station MPF and so stated on TDY orders for proper reimbursement).Requirements to request a compact rental vehicle are as follows: 1. The student renting the vehicle, via DTS/CTO, will file an amendment (provided by the POCs below) to their TDY orders upon return to home station for Rental Vehicle reimbursement and FOUO gasoline [send gasoline receipts]. 2. To review the rental car policy for off base billeting, please visit the https://usaf.dps.mil/sites/12821/SitePages/Home.as...(MRTP) email address: 2AF.MRTP@US.AF.MIL Students are to report to Bldg 1702Suite E, Rm 1 (6079 Cooley Avenue, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 65473), NLT 0800hrs on the first day of class (see attached map for directions). Students should immediately contact the Training Managers (listed above) if there are any issues getting to/from class. For further information or questions,please contact the heavy weapons cell 210-792-7520 or the heavy weapons office 573-596-2613 or 2623. Refer to attachment "Fort Leonard Wood map" for accurate directions. For more information, please see link:

https://home.army.mil/wood/index.php/units-tenants/usaf/343TS

Special Notes:
Any personnel requesting leave during the course will be granted for extreme circumstances and must be pre-coordinated with Cadre before the course begins. Emergency leave will be granted as needed.

Uniform and Equipment Requirements:
Students are required to have three (3) sets of OCP uniforms, OCP patrol cap, beret, two pairs of combat or boots, and a field jacket. Additional Cold Weather gear (such as field jacket liner and thermal underwear) is required for students attending from September through April. Due to limited storage, students should bring only essential personal clothing and effects. Students are required to bring the following items: a military water source, body armor/plate carrier (unit issued, with Level IV front/back plates), ballistic helmet/ACH, gloves, ear protection, ballistic eye protection, night vision goggles with helmet mounts, flashlight, and gas mask. Failure to bring these items will result in removal from the course and student(s) sent back to their unit at the unit’s expense.

Waiver Authority:
Waiver Request Procedures
OPR: HQ AFIMSC/XZT
DSN: 969-1801
EMAIL: AFIMSC.XZTSF.MRT_Non-MRT@us.af.mil

Units requiring a waiver will follow the procedures below before sending a training request to HQ AFIMSC/XZT, Security Forces Rep


o Unit must produce a memorandum containing the following:
§ Specific course
§ Course Start Date
§ Type of waiver
§ Individual's full name and rank
§ Justification for waiver
§ Whether or not they meet the prerequisites/exemptions
§ Must be signed by the Commander

o Unit will send memo electronically to HQ AFIMSC/XZT
o HQ AFIMSC/XZT will process and route to HAF/A4SX for CFM Approval
o HAF/A4SX will notify:
§ HQ AFIMSC/XZT
§ 343 TRS course POC, if waiver approved
o HQ AFIMSC/XZT will notify:
§ Unit CC/POC

o When a waiver is approved, units will send the appropriate training request to HQ AFIMSC/XZT Security Forces Rep (Primary: MSgt John Sheehan, john.sheehan.1@us.af.mil, and Alternate: SMSgt Raymon McKenney, raymon.mckenney@us.af.mil, DSN: 969-1801)

Special Reaction Team 1 & 2

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Special Reaction Team

Course Description: This course provides training for personnel performing duties as a member of an installation Special Reaction Team entry team member and prepares them to respond to and resolve high risk incidents. The SRT will provide the commander with an enhanced response capability above that provided by on-duty conventional law enforcement/security patrols.


Objective: This course provides training for personnel performing duties as a member of an installation Special Reaction Team entry team member and prepares them to respond to and resolve high risk incidents. The SRT will provide the commander with an enhanced response capability above that provided by on-duty conventional law enforcement/security patrols. Instructional emphasis focuses on SRT tactics, marksmanship and high risk incidents including response to a terrorist incident, barricaded incidents (with and without hostages), drug raids, high risk warrant apprehensions.

Prerequisites:
USAF A1C (E3) personnel, Security Forces, may attend this course without a waiver. Due to the strenuous physical activity involved with the Special Reaction Team Course, students must meet the following requirements: No medical profile, temporary or permanent. Military applicants must have passed the Air Force appropriate physical fitness test and present a copy of their physical fitness test. Personnel must be qualified on M4/M9 weapon system and present a copy of their AF Form 522 showing the current date.

NOTE: All students must meet all of the prerequisites in order to attend this course.
Special Information:

NOTE: This course requires a high degree of physical fitness. Participants have to run, jump, wear protective clothing (body armor, ballistic eye protection, etc.) and will come in contact with other students or instructors during several phases of training.
*This course is NOT releasable to students of foreign countries.
Course Topics:

SRT Concepts Live Fire Rifle Drills
Operational Planning Live Fire Shoot House Drills
SRT Equipment Breaching to Include Explosives
Methods of Movement Occupancy Control Techniques and Exercises
Building Entry and Clearing Use of Force
Vehicle Assaults Small and Large Team Clearing Methods
Recovery Operations Day and Night Operation Exercises
Live Fire Pistol Drills "GRADED" Operations

POC:
Questions and information concerning this course can be directed to the Advanced Law Enforcement Training Division, ALETD NCOIC (573) 596-7010 or email jason.l.bell40.mil@mail.milL Request you put the course name in the subject line as well as your email address and phone number.

Graduation Dates:
Graduation will be at the completion of training on Friday afternoon of week two. Generally around 1500 hrs. We highly recommend not making return flight arrangements on the day of graduation. It is a 2.5 hour drive to St. Louis from Fort Leonard Wood.

Transportation Issues:
Commands are highly encouraged to authorize a rental vehicle. The distance from billeting to the training area is such that walking is not an option. Students may be billeted off post and training areas are located at remote sites. Students must coordinate with their current command for rental vehicle approval and orders must state "RENTAL CAR IS AUTHORIZED". If a POV is authorized, ensure orders state: "IN AND AROUND MILEAGE IS AUTHORIZED". In and around travel of no more than 20 miles per day should be authorized if billeted on post, 30 miles per day if billeted off post. Taxis are available on the installation.

If driving, the most direct route is by Interstate 44 between Saint Louis and Springfield, MO. Fort Leonard Wood is located near the city of Saint Robert, MO approximately 140 mile west of St. Louis and 90 miles east of Springfield. Turn south off I-44 onto I-44 business spur at exit 161, the Fort Leonard Wood main gate is approximately 2.5 miles.

If traveling by air to St. Louis International Airport (STL); commercial bus lines are available for transportation to Fort Leonard Wood. Rental car from St. Louis: Exit St. Louis Airport to Highway (Hwy) 70 West. Continue on hwy 70 to exit 270 South (Memphis). Travel 270 South to I-44 exit west. Continue on I-44 West (approximately 125 miles), exit at 161 to Fort

Commercial taxis are available on a 24-hour basis for transportation on post.

Billeting and Per Diem:
Fort Leonard Wood billeting can be reached Commercial: 573-596-0999 or DSN: 581-0999. Coordinate Per Diem issues with your unit prior to course attendance.
Where to Report:
Students initially arriving to the Special Reaction Team Training Course must report to Parker Hall on Monday morning, students will receive further guidance by the course cadre. In-processing will take place at, 0615 at Parker Hall, Room 113, Building #971, 7507 Artillery Circle, Fort Leonard Wood, MO, 65473.

In the event inclement weather occurs on the first day of the course, students should call the Fort Leonard Wood SNAIR hotline at 573-563-4141 for reporting instructions or go to the Fort Leonard Wood – Maneuver Support Center of Excellence home page at http://www.wood.army.mil/newweb/. A link to the SNAIR report is found on the right side of the FLW website. Click the link “Today’s Weather Alert (SNAIR)” to access weather related reporting information.

Special Reaction Team Course Marksman Observer (SRT 2)

Course Description:
This course provides training for personnel performing duties as a member of an installation Special Reaction Team Marksman/Observer. Training provides instruction in techniques required for inner perimeter security, intelligence gathering, and if necessary, highly accurate and effective neutralization of hostile targets in high risk situations. Training includes scoped weapon systems.

Prerequisites: Have Graduated from course: 7H-F17/830-ASIR6 (SPECIAL REACTION TEAM). USAF A1C (E3) personnel, Security Forces, may attend this course without a waiver. Due to the strenuous physical activity involved with the Special Reaction Team Course, students must meet the following requirements: No medical profile, temporary or permanent. Military applicants must have passed the Air Force appropriate physical fitness test and present a copy of their physical fitness test.

NOTE: All students must meet all of the prerequisites in order to attend this course.

Special Information:
If a student fails to meet course standards, he/she will have 180 days to return and complete the course to be a graduate. Student may resume the course at the point where they were eliminated unless 180 days have been exceeded. After 180 days, the course must be repeated from day one.

Course Topics: :
⦁ Course length is 1 week (55 Academic Hours). Graduates must meet high qualification standards to graduate. The curriculum includes the following:
⦁ Marksman/Observer Concepts
⦁ Special Shooting Situations
⦁ Planning/Set-Up Tactical Operations
⦁ Observational Techniques
⦁ Effects of Wind and Weather
⦁ Marksmanship Fundamentals
⦁ Law Enforcement Sniper Weapon Systems

Packing Lists:
Students are required to have the following equipment/clothing to complete the SRT Marksman/ Observer Course.
⦁ Military Issue Combat Uniform to include approved service boots. Additional seasonal clothing (rain gear, cold weather gear, etc.) as needed (training lasts one week)
Note: The Advanced Combat Shirt is authorized for wear during the course
⦁ Military issue head gear (I.E. soft cap)
⦁ Canteen or Camel-Bak
⦁ Service Issue and Approved Ballistic wrap around eye protection (from the Authorized Protective Eyewear List (APEL) with clear and tinted lenses
⦁ Students with any special medical conditions that require prescribed medication are required to have it on their person at all times while attending training. (I.E. Bee sting kit, etc.)
Note: The students are responsible for informing the course cadre of any such medical conditions during in-processing.
⦁ Pen and notebook( Students will not be given a paper student issue)
⦁ Sun block/bug spray etc.
⦁ Personal hygiene items


POC:
Questions and information concerning this course can be directed to the Advanced Law Enforcement Training Division, ALETD NCOIC (573) 596-7010 or email jason.l.bell40.mil@mail.mil. Request you put the course name in the subject line as well as your email address and phone number.

Graduation Dates:
Graduation will be at the completion of training on Friday afternoon of the 5th day of training. Generally around 1500 hrs. We highly recommend not making return flight arrangements on the day of graduation. It is a 2.5 hour drive to St. Louis from Fort Leonard Wood.

Transportation Issues:
Commands are encouraged to authorize a rental vehicle. The distance from billeting to the training area is such that walking is not an option. Students may be billeted off post and training areas are located at remote sites. Students must coordinate with their current command for rental car approval and orders must state "RENTAL VEHICLE IS AUTHORIZED". If a POV is authorized, ensure orders state: "IN AND AROUND MILEAGE IS AUTHORIZED". In and around travel of no more than 20 miles per day should be authorized if billeted on post, 30 miles per day if billeted off post. Taxis are available on the installation.

If driving, the most direct route is by Interstate 44 between Saint Louis and Springfield, MO. Fort Leonard Wood is located near the city of Saint Robert, MO approximately 140 mile west of St. Louis and 90 miles east of Springfield. Turn south off I-44 onto I-44 business spur at exit 161, the Fort Leonard Wood main gate is approximately 2.5 miles.

If traveling by air to St. Louis International Airport (STL); commercial bus lines are available for transportation to Fort Leonard Wood. Rental car from St. Louis: Exit St. Louis Airport to Highway (Hwy) 70 West. Continue on hwy 70 to exit 270 South (Memphis). Travel 270 South to I-44 exit west, Tulsa/Springfield. Continue on I-44 West (approximately 125 miles), exit at 161 to Fort

Commercial taxis are available on a 24-hour basis for transportation on post.
Billeting and Per Diem:
Fort Leonard Wood billeting can be reached Commercial: 573-596-0999 or DSN: 581-0999. Coordinate Per Diem issues with your unit prior to course attendance.
Where to Report:
Students initially arriving to attend the Special Reaction Team Marksmen/Observer Course must report Monday at Range 14 Classroom at 0615.

In the event inclement weather occurs on the first day of the course, students should call the Fort Leonard Wood SNAIR hotline at 573-563-4141 for reporting instructions or go to the Fort Leonard Wood – Maneuver Support Center of Excellence home page at http://www.wood.army.mil/newweb/. A link to the SNAIR report is found on the right side of the FLW website. Click the link “Today’s Weather Alert (SNAIR)” to access weather related reporting information.

Packing List
⦁ Military Issue Combat Uniform to include approved service boots. Additional Seasonal clothing (rain gear, cold weather gear, etc.) as needed (training lasts two weeks) Note: The Advanced Combat Shirt is authorized for wear during the course. Long Sleeves mandatory
⦁ Military issue head gear (I.E. soft cap)
⦁ Military Issued and Approved Helmet
⦁ Full fingered leather/Nomex gloves
⦁ Service issued Field Protective Mask/Gas Mask (M40 or newer) w/inserts & outserts/ and filter
⦁ Service issued and approved ballistic wrap around eye protection (from the Authorized Protective Eyewear List (APEL) with clear and tinted lenses/inserts for eye corrections)
⦁ Service issued body armor. Issued armor plate inserts required.
⦁ M4 magazine pouches (3)/ M9 magazine pouches (2)
⦁ Students with any special medical conditions that require special medication or eyewear are required to have it on their person at all times while attending training. (I.E. Bee sting kit, etc.) Note: The students are responsible for informing the course cadre of any such medical conditions during in-processing.
⦁ Duty Holster; NO SERPAS of any type allowed
⦁ Over the ear electronic hearing protection
⦁ Rigid duty belt capable of holding holster and magazine pouches.
⦁ ID card
⦁ Pen and notebook
⦁ Groin protection (athletic cup)
⦁ Canteen or Camel-Bak
⦁ Sand/Wind/Dust goggles

Military Police Investigations

Military Police Investigator


Course ID: L5AZA3P071 0S5A Status: Active
Title: Military Police Investigator [Army #: 830-ASIV5 / SC=191]
PDS: RZ4 Date Added: 11/16/2006
AFSC: 3P0X1/7S0X1 Date Updated: 5/13/2019
Category: Technical DoD Code: 830
Security: Unclassified Start Date: 15 Jan 2007
MASL: Aircraft:
Location: Fort Leonard Wood
Owner Code: 0JTT
Length: 8 wks
ORG/PGM: Air Education and Training Command / Enlisted Operations Training
Class Freq: Continuous
ADSC Desc: None
WebLink: 2afttocp/1@us.af.mil
Course Contact: 343 TRS/DOR michael.barker@us.af.mil / DSN 473-2112

Course Description


Course Scope: The Military Police Investigator Course trains enlisted military personnel and selected civilian personnel to investigate crimes through lessons on: Criminal Law, Crime Scene Processing, Testimonial Evidence, Investigations of Crimes Against Persons and Property, Physical Evidence, Drug Investigations, Investigative Reports, Special Investigative Techniques, Protective Services, and Economic Crimes. Special Information: FD4. The materials contained in this course have been reviewed by the course developers in coordination with the Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473 foreign disclosure authority. Some component(s) of this course is (are) NOT releasable to students from foreign countries. See each Training/TATS Course TSP sub-component/product for applicable FD restriction statement. This course is releasable to
military students from foreign countries on a case-by-case basis. Foreign countries desiring to place students in the course must validate the student is currently working in Law Enforcement conducting criminal investigations, or will be upon completion of the course. NOTE: THE ONLY EXCEPTION FOR ADMITTANCE OF FOREIGN MILITARY TO THIS COURSE IS: A LOCAL NATIONAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR (LNCI)(EUROPE) THAT WORKS FOR MPI SECTION, OR A KOREAN NATIONAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR (KNCI) (KOREA) THAT WORKS FOR MPI SECTION..

Admin Instructions
ALL STUDENTS ATTENDING THIS COURSE MUST CHECK THE ARMY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCE SYSTEM (ATRRS) TO VERIFY CLASS DATES: WEB SITE IS https://atrrs.army.mil/atrrscc/course.aspx Make sure you are in class by 0700 on day the class starts. 14030 MSCoE Loop, Bldg 3203 (Report to Rm. 1071 on first day) ***IMPORTANT: When contacting Billeting for reservations, be sure to let them know what course you are attending and the dates. Rental cars do not come with the cost of the TDY and we must approve each requests before the member is authorized to rent a vehicle. Rental car authorizations must be obtained before homestation departure. To review the rental car policy for off base billeting, please visit the 2AF/MRTP Sharepoint: 2 AF/MRTP Special Authorization SharePoint: https://keesler.eis.aetc.af.mil/2AF/2AFTTOC2/TTOC-... AETC Mission ReadyTraining (MRTP) email address: 2AF.MRTP@US.AF.MIL

Equipment Required
4 sets of duty uniforms for daily training o Army, Navy, Air Force: Service Uniform o Marines: Require both woodland and desert utilities o Civilians: Business casual attire „h All Services will conduct Physical Fitness Training (PT) while attending this course. „h Civilians and Foreign Nationals are not required to attend PT but are allowed to attend if they desire. „h PT uniforms (2 full summer sets and if attending class during any part of the months of Sep ¡V Apr you will also need 1 full winter set) Air Force „h USAF PT shorts and short sleeve shirt Full winter set includes: Air Force „h USAF PT shorts, pants, shirt, sweat shirt, jacket, black gloves, and black or green beanie cap Wet Weather gear „h Gortex/field jacket (if attending class during any part of the months of Sep-Apr) „h Black work gloves with green inserts o Other services bring gloves appropriate for wear with your PT and duty uniforms for outdoors training. If your service does not provide you with glove for wear with your service uniforms, you are not required to purchase gloves but is recommended for outdoor training. „h Business casual clothes for training „h Unit issued Government Travel Card with $5,000 limit Additional Items needed: Copy of DoD Information Assurance Awareness Training Certificate: Students must complete the DoD Information Assurance Awareness Training prior to reporting to Fort Leonard Wood. Training certificates from sister services will be accepted. The Army website for the Information Assurance Course is: https://ia.signal.army.mil CAC Cards: Service members must be able to access their CAC cards with their PIN numbers while attending training.

Prerequisites
ALL STUDENTS ATTENDING THIS COURSE MUST CHECK THE ARMY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCE SYSTEM (ATRRS) TO VERIFY CLASS DATES: WEB SITE IS https://atrrs.army.mil/atrrscc/course.aspx DOD Civilians: Must be employed as Investigators, GS 7 - 9, in hiring code 1810 series; Criminal Investigators, GS 9 -11, in hiring code 1811 series; Detective, GS 7 -9, in the hiring code GS 083 series, who have been nominated and approved by the appropriate MACOM. Police Officers, GS 5, in hiring code GS 083, who have been identified and selected for duties as an Investigator/Detective and nominated and approved by the appropriate MACOM may also attend the course. Other Personnel: Must meet the selection prerequisites listed in AR 190-30, paragraph 2-1; or be qualified as Corrections Specialist, and have been selected for assignment to perform investigative duties within a confinement facility. Must have at least one year of military service remaining as indicated by ETS or DEROS (waiverable with oath of intention or statement of intention to reenlist). Meet physical fitness and weight standards IAW AR 600-9. All personnel attending the course must have a secret security clearance. Rank requirement for this course is E-4 and above. AIRMEN selected to attend this course MUST be 2ND TERM or CAREER AIRMEN.

Quota Control
AETC/DOOPN

Reporting Instructions (Supplemental)
Incoming students will report to Bldg #470 for room assignments and a letter of instruction for the class inprocessing. If your POV is authorized on your orders, ensure that your orders state: "IN AND AROUND MILEAGE IS AUTHORIZED". If you desire a rental car you must coordinate with your current command for approval and YOUR ORDERS MUST STATE: "RENTAL CAR IS AUTHORIZED". There are shuttle buses available and taxi service for those students with no POV’s or rental cars (however they do not run early enough for PT). Students may be billeted off post so it is encouraged for the command to authorize a rental vehicle.

Schedule
14030 MSCOE LOOP FORT LEONARD WOOD MO 65473 REPORT START GRAD 14 Oct 2018 15 Oct 2018 13 Dec 2018 07 Jan 2019 08 Jan2019 08 Mar 2019 30 Jan 2019 31 Jan 2019 29 Mar 2019 20 Feb 2019 21 Feb 2019 17 Apr 2019 12 Mar 2019 13 Mar 2019 08 May 2019 02Apr 2019 03 Apr 2019 31 May 2019 23 Apr 2019 24 Apr 2019 20 Jun 2019 15 May 2019 16 May 2019 16 Jul 2019 04 Jun 2019 05 Jun 201901 Aug 2019 09 Jul 2019 10 Jul 2019 05 Sep 2019 30 Jul 2019 31 Jul 2019 26 Sep 2019 21 Aug 2019 22 Aug 2019 22 Oct 2019 16 Sep 2019 17 Sep 2019 15 Nov 2019 REPORT START GRAD 01 Oct 2019 02 Oct 2019 04 Dec 2019 05 Jan 2020 06 Jan 2020 05 Mar 2020 27 Jan 2020 28 Jan 2020 25 Mar 2020 18 Feb 2020 19 Feb 2020 15 Apr 2020 09 Mar 2020 10 Mar 2020 05 May 2020 29 Mar 2020 30 Mar 2020 27 May 2020 19 Apr 2020 20 Apr 2020 16 Jun 2020 05 May 2020 06 May 2020 02 Jul 2020 27 May 2020 28 May 2020 24 Jul 2020 07 Jul 2020 08 Jul 2020 01 Sep 2020 27 Jul 2020 28 Jul 2020 23 Sep 2020 17 Aug 2020 18 Aug 2020 16 Oct 2020 09 Sep 2020 10 Sep 2020 06 Nov 2020

Special Notes
POC Information: While attending the MPI course, students are assigned to Company B, 701st MP BN, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473. For information concerning travel or anything not covered here you may contact the course manager: MPI Course Manager: leon.usampsdotmpid@conus.army.mil or comm: 573-563-1082

Special Requirements
Accident Avoidance Card: Army Accident Avoidance Course (AAAC): This course is now located at the Army Learning Management System at: https://www.lms.army.mil the login instructions are: 1. Log on with your AKO credentials (Access and Password). 2. Type "traffic" in the Catalog Search engine blank and click "Go". 3. Click "Register" for the course and the system requirements sections and follow the procedures to begin your training. 4. You must turn off your "Pop up Blocker" or you will never see the course. 5. Click "Launch Content" 6. Click "Army POV 1-3" If you have any problems and need HELP, do not contact the Ground Safety office but contact the ALMS Help Desk at 1-877-251-0730. For those that prefer to download the AAAC and run the course from their computers: 1. Download and Save the AAC_CDROM.ZIP file onto your local desktop or a drive you can write to. 2. Create a folder called AAC. 3. Double click on the AAC_CDROM.ZIP file and it should open. 4. Click on the WINZIP Extract link, Browse to the AAC folder you created and select extract from the WINZIP menu. The AAC courseware will be unzipped into the AAC folder. 5. Open the AAC folder and double click on the start.exe file.
6. Make sure you enter your name the way you want it displayed on your certificate. Note: If the .zip file does not open you will need to download and install WINZIP. NOTE: The program is a 67 MB zip file and may take a few minutes to download.

Uniform Requirements
Students graduate in OCP

INIWIC

INIWIC


Course Description:
A student who attends the Interservice Nonlethal Individual Weapons Instructor Course (INIWIC) receives training that ranges from rules of engagement and fielded/emerging technologies to effective training methodologies and utilization of service-specific Nonlethal Capability Sets (NLCS). INIWIC provides trained instructors who can assist the commander and service members in understanding the ramifications of unit and individual actions in relation to the tactical situation, and who provide training for situational appropriate force options.

Admin Instructions :

Rental cars do not come with the cost of the TDY and we must approve each requests before the member is authorized to rent a vehicle. Rental car authorizations must be obtained before home station departure. To review the rental car policy for off base billeting, please visit the 2AF/MRTP Sharepoint: 2 AF/MRTP Special Authorization on SharePoint: https://usaf.dps.mil/sites/12821/SitePages/Home.as... or email the AETC Mission Ready Training (MRTP) email address: 2AF.MRTP@US.AF.MIL

Equipment Required:

OCP’s will be worn throughout the duration of the course. Students may elect to bring their helmet, vest, eye protection, soft/patrol cap, wet/cold weather gear, and additional sets of OCP’s. INIWIC has limited quantities of Ballistic helmets and Flak Vests for those personnel that may not have this equipment available at their unit. Students will be assigned some gear, e.g., paintball masks, pouches, and training items. All gear issued will be accounted and signed for. Gear lost or broken will be replaced by the student before graduation on day 10.

Prerequisites:

ALL STUDENTS ATTENDING THIS COURSE MUST CHECK THE ARMY TRAINING REQUIREMENTS AND RESOURCE SYSTEM (ATRRS) TO VERIFY CLASS DATES and
PREREQUISITES: WEB SITE -- https://www.atrrs.army.mil/atrrs2.aspx Click on Course Catalog, type in ARMY course ID (A16H5A3), click search and click on course. Click on VIEW PREREQUISITES; select either Air Force Enlisted or Air Force Commissioned Officer to review prerequisites. Air Force enlisted personnel must be an E-5 through E-9 or Air Force commissioned officer personnel 01 through 03. NOTE: Personnel selected to attend this course who DO NOT meet the rank requirement stated above and arrive to the course WILL BE sent home at the expense of the unit. Students must be selected by their commander as the unit Non-Lethal Weapons trainer.Students must possess the ability to absorb, retain, and recall large amounts of technical information and perform under stress; possess the verbal communication skills required to instruct, train and brief to standard; possess a practical and functional understanding of risk management; possess an operational and functional knowledge of M16A2/M4, M203 and Service-issued 12-gauge pump-action shotgun; possess successful experience, commensurate with rank, in conducting individual and collective training to standard; current or anticipated duties and responsibilities include providing NL use of force capabilities, NL weapons, ammunition and associated items/ technology training to individual through company-level; providing the Commander expert technical advice on NL weapons, techniques, tactics and technology.Air Force Students who graduate from this course can be awarded an additional skill qualification identifier.

Quota Control:

AETC/DOOPN who will work the USMC.

Reporting Instructions (Supplemental):

Students reporting to FLW are NO LONGER REQUIRED to have negative COVID-19 test results to attend training. A negative test is NOT required. All students will be screened for the COVID-19 virus and any students with symptoms will not be allowed to participate in training. After initial screening students will be placed on 14 days Restriction of movement (ROM) while attending the course. Failure to comply with these instructions will result in removal from the course For any questions contact the INIWIC School house at DSN 596-2352/4356 or COMM at 573-596-2352 or contact the NCOIC/First Sergeant at 210-792-7520." Students attending this course are required to have the Government VISA card prior to reporting. Students report, with orders to Bldg 1706 Suite “E”, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, for in-brief at 0700 the day the class starts. A welcome letter will be sent out to confirmed students from course cadre prior to attending the course. Students must check into billeting no later than 2400 on the day prior to the class convening date. Messing is not available and all lodging must be scheduled through DTS. For more information, please see link: https://home.army.mil/wood/index.php/units-tenants...

Schedule

Class Report date Startdate End date

001-21

2020-10-18

2020-10-19

2020-10-30

002-21

2020-12-06

2020-12-07

2020-12-18

003-21

2021-01-03

2021-01-04

2021-01-15

004-21

2021-02-21

2021-02-22

2021-03-05

005-21

2021-04-04

2021-04-05

2021-04-16

006-21

2021-04-25

2021-04-26

2021-05-07

007-21

2021-05-16

2021-05-17

2021-05-28

008-21

2021-06-06

2021-06-07

2021-06-18

009-21

2021-06-20

2021-06-21

2021-07-02

010-21

2021-07-11

2021-07-12

2021-07-23

011-21

2021-08-01

2021-08-02

2021-08-13

012-21

2021-08-22

2021-08-23

2021-09-03


Special Notes:

SAFETY NOTE: All students attending INIWIC are required to receive a level 1 Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) contamination as part of the graduation requirements and may also be voluntarily exposed to electro-muscular disruption via X26 TASER. Note: Course operated by USMC//Ft. Leonard Wood Note: POC United States Marine Corp,
Joint Non-lethal Education & Training (JNET) Center

Uniform Requirements:

SAFETY NOTE: All students attending INIWIC are required to receive a level 1 Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) contamination as part of the graduation requirements and may also be voluntarily exposed to electro-muscular disruption via X26 TASER. Note: Course operated by USMC//Ft. Leonard Wood Note: POC United States Marine Corp,
Joint Non-lethal Education & Training (JNET) Center