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LOA LOGISTICS OFFICER'S TRAINING GUIDE

Prepared by: Capt Debra A. Perry USAF Logistics Career Broadener [email protected]

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APDP Courses and Certification APDP Level I Certifications Requirements APDP Level I Flowchart APDP Level I Course Descriptions APDP Level II Certifications Requirements

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9 APDP Level II Flowchart 10 APDP Level II Course Descriptions APDP Level III Certifications Requirements APDP Level III Flowchart APDP Level III Course Descriptions Other Logistics-Related Courses Logistics Technical Training Courses USAF Professional Military Education Personal Training Checklist Index of Courses 11 ~ 17 18 19 20 ~ 22 23 ~ 34 35 ~ 37 38 ~ 39 40 41

ACQUISITION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (APDP)

COURSES & CERTIFICATION

APDP LEVEL I CERTIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

http://www.safaq.hq.af.mil/acq_workf/career_training/apdp/certification_.html Life Cycle Logistics: Education: Experience: Training: Baccalaureate degree (technical, scientific, or managerial) 1 year of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position* ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management LOG 101, Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals

Program Management: Education: Experience: Training: Baccalaureate (preferably engineering, sys mgt, business) 1 year of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management ACQ 201, Intermediate Systems Acquisition (Desired) One DAU Level 100 course in another functional area (Desired)

Test and Evaluation: Education: Experience: Training: Baccalaureate (technical or scientific mandatory) 1 year of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position* ACQ 101, Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management TST 101, Introduction to Acquisition Workforce Test & Eval

* Experience ­ Meets minimum time requirements on the appropriate DAWIA coded positions. For example, experience for life cycle logistics is gained on manpower positions coded with an "L". If a member's position is not coded in the Pos cat field of the duty history (officer or civilian), the member does not meet experience requirements.

APDP LEVEL I FLOWCHART

Level I: Life Cycle Logistics

ACQ 101 Online 60 days

LOG 101 Online 60 days

Level I: Program Management

Level I: Test & Evaluation

ACQ 101 Online 60 days

TST 101 Online 60 days

APDP LEVEL I COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

http://www.dau.mil/catalog/cat2003/AppendixB.pdf http://www.dau.mil/catalog/cat2004/Chapter%204.pdf

ACQ 101, FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMS ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT Description: This course provides a broad overview of the DoD systems acquisition process, covering all phases of acquisition. It introduces the requirements generation and resource allocation processes, the DoD 5000 documents governing the defense acquisition process, and current issues in system acquisition management. Designed for individuals who have little or no experience in DoD acquisition management, ACQ 101 has proven very useful to personnel in headquarters, program management, and functional or support offices. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to recognize: · the fundamental precepts and bases of defense systems acquisition management; · the diverse, interrelated, and changing nature in the different disciplines of defense systems acquisition management; and · the regulations and governing structures of defense systems acquisition management. Who Should Attend: This course is designed for military officers, O-1 through O-3, and DoD civilians, GS-5 through GS-9. However, the course is open to all ranks and grades. Prerequisite: None Length: This is a nonresident, self-paced course available through the Internet. Students must pass the final examination within 60 calendar days of the start date. Method of Delivery: Distance Learning

APDP Level I Course Descriptions Continued LOG 101, ACQUISITION LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS Description: Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals provides a broad overview of the role of acquisition logistics in the system acquisition life cycle and system engineering processes. Modules cover the logistics-relevant aspects of requirements identification, life cycle costing, integrated product and process development, sustainment logistics, supportability analysis, product support, contracting, and contractor support. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · understand how today's defense systems and equipment are conceived, developed, tested, acquired, and operated; · understand the role of the commercial sector; · comprehend the philosophy and Objectives of logistics support and attendant management functions; and · understand logistics-related disciplines and the policies, procedures, and management techniques used to establish a logistics support capability. Who Should Attend: Individuals recently assigned responsibility to plan, establish, and maintain the logistics support infrastructure for DoD systems and equipment in each phase of the acquisition life cycle should attend. Prerequisite: ACQ 101 Recommended: Students who take this course should have 6 to 12 months of experience in an acquisition organization. APDP Level I Course Descriptions Continued Precourse Materials: Students are encouraged to read DoDD 5000.1 and DoD 5000.2-R. Length: This is a nonresident, self-paced course available through the Internet. Students must pass the final examination within 60 calendar days of the start date. Method of Delivery: Distance Learning

APDP Level I Course Descriptions Continued TST 101, INTRODUCTION TO ACQUISITION WORKFORCE TEST & EVALUATION Description: Emphasizing the basic test and evaluation principles, policies, and practices used by the DoD, TST 101 introduces students to the relationship of Test and Evaluation (T&E) to other systems acquisition disciplines and program management. The types of testing covered include developmental, operational, and live-fire. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · capably interact with program managers regarding T&E issues and will be better able to effectively function within the acquisition process; · thoroughly understand T&E's role as a feedback mechanism and management tool for the design/engineering/development process; and · understand the DoD's T&E process and the Test & Evaluation Master Plan (TEMP}. Who Should Attend: This course is designed for engineers and project management personnel who have had at least 1 year of acquisition experience, including civilians, GS-5 to GS-9, and their military equivalents. Prerequisite: ACQ 101 Length: This is a nonresident, self-paced course that is available through the Internet. Students must complete the course within 60 calendar days of the start date. Method of Delivery: Distance Learning

APDP LEVEL II CERTIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

http://www.safaq.hq.af.mil/acq_workf/career_training/apdp/certification_.html Life Cycle Logistics: Education: Experience: Training: Baccalaureate degree (technical, scientific, or managerial) 2 years of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position* All Level I courses must be completed ACQ 201, Intermediate Systems Acquisition LOG 201, Intermediate Acquisition Logistics LOG 203, Reliability and Maintainability Complete one of the following: LOG 204, Configuration Management LOG 205, Provisioning LOG 235, Performance Based Logistics (FY04 course) SYS 201, Intermediate Systems Planning (Desired)

Program Management: Education: Experience: Master's degree (technical, scientific, or managerial) (Desired) 2 years of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position*/# of which -- 1 year of experience in program management Additional 2 years of acquisition experience, preferably in SPO (Desired) All Level I courses must be completed ACQ 201, Intermediate Systems Acquisition PMT 250, Program Management Tools One DAU Level 200 course in another functional area (Desired) Non-DAU Intermediate-level mgt and leadership training (Desired)

Training:

* Experience ­ Meets minimum time requirements on the appropriate DAWIA coded positions. For example, experience for life cycle logistics is gained on manpower positions coded with an "L". If a member's position is not coded in the Pos cat field of the duty history (officer or civilian), the member does not meet experience requirements.

APDP LEVEL II FLOWCHART LEVEL I COURSES

Level II: Life Cycle Logistics

LOG 201 Classroom 5 days

LOG 203 Online 60 days

LOG 204/205/235 Classroom 5 days LEVEL I COURSES

PMT 250 Online: 60 days & Teleconference: 4 days

Level II: Program Management

APDP LEVEL II COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

http://www.dau.mil/catalog/cat2003/AppendixB.pdf http://www.dau.mil/catalog/cat2004/Chapter%204.pdf ACQ 201, INTERMEDIATE SYSTEMS ACQUISITION Description: This course prepares mid-level acquisition professionals to work effectively in integrated product teams by understanding and applying systems acquisition principles and processes. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · enhance and apply their knowledge of the business, technical, and managerial aspects of acquisition; · understand and appreciate the critical role that each functional discipline plays in the acquisition process; and · effectively participate in integrated product teams to develop plans and resolve problems. Who Should Attend: This course is for military officers, O-3 and above; civilians, GS-9 and above; and industry equivalents who are Level I certified. Students should have 2 to 4 years of acquisition experience. Prerequisite: ACQ 101 Length: ACQ 201A ­ 60 calendar days; ACQ 201B ­ 5 class days Method of Delivery: Hybrid of Distance Learning and Resident/On-site

APDP Level II Course Descriptions Continued LOG 201, INTERMEDIATE ACQUISITION LOGISTICS Description: Intermediate Acquisition Logistics provides a dynamic, real-time learning environment oriented toward developing managerial and technical logistics competencies in the areas of systems engineering, life-cycle cost management, and risk analysis. It challenges the student to optimize the early integration of operational supportability into the system development process and refines these skills through facilitated student group exercises, presentations, and research activities on current acquisition initiatives. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · apply logistics concepts, policies, constraints, and other considerations to the development and execution of acquisition logistics within the DoD; and · enhance their proficiency in performing core knowledge areas of their jobs as determined by the Acquisition Logistics Functional Integrated Process Team (FIPT). Who Should Attend: This course is for Level I certified acquisition logistics managers and their supervisors. Prerequisites: ACQ 201 and LOG 101 Recommended: Students should have acquisition logistics experience as outlined in DoD 5000.52M; and they should currently be assigned, or expect to be assigned, to an acquisition logistics position. Length: LOG 201A ­ 60 calendar days; LOG 201B ­ 5 class days Method of Delivery: Hybrid of Distance Learning and Resident/On-site

APDP Level II Course Descriptions Continued LOG 203*, RELIABILITY AND MAINTAINABILITY Description: This course concentrates on Reliability and Maintainability (R&M) activities, enabling students to understand the relationship between R&M and acquisition logistics and to evaluate the impact of R&M decisions. Stressing a conceptual approach, the course presents basic R&M terminology and engineering practices. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · explain why successful R&M activity decreases logistics costs and increases combat capability; · develop operational and contractual R&M requirements; · discuss well-established R&M design/analysis activities; · explain reliability growth testing and reliability qualification testing; and · explain how to preclude latent defects from entering service. Who Should Attend: This course is for logisticians assigned to DoD acquisition programs. Prerequisite: ACQ 201 Length: This is a nonresident, self-paced course available through the Internet. Students must pass the end-of-module and end-of-course tests within 60 calendar days of the start date. Method of Delivery: Distance Learning * Note: LOG 235 will replace LOG 203 when it becomes available for enrollment. At that time LOG 203 will qualify as a predecessor course.

APDP Level II Course Descriptions Continued LOG 204*, CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT Description: This course provides managers and functional staff with the knowledge of how to apply Configuration Management (CM) successfully. It includes the interrelationship of CM to life-cycle design activities and logistics support. LOG 204 provides an overview of the concepts and basic practices of CM, including configuration identification, audits, control, and status accounting as well as data management. Impacts on CM by Acquisition Reform, the integrated data environment, open systems, and commercial/nondevelopment items are discussed. Continuing scenario exercises trace CM in the technical development, production, and support of a system. Requirements to design, develop, implement, and operate a Configuration Management Program are discussed. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · apply CM oversight as a tool in the Integrated Process and Product Development (IPPD) effort for system management; and, · when given a scenario, utilize the IPPD approach to manage the configuration for a system during its life cycle. Who Should Attend: This course is for logisticians and systems engineers involved in the development of systems and life-cycle support. Prerequisite: ACQ 201 Length: 5 class days Method of Delivery: Resident/On-site * Note: LOG 235 will replace LOG 204 when it becomes available for enrollment. At that time LOG 203 will qualify as a predecessor course.

APDP Level II Course Descriptions Continued LOG 205*, PROVISIONING Description: This course emphasizes management-level planning and oversight of logistics support development for a new system. It emphasizes the flow of the provisioning process to ensure a sound understanding of the normal sequence of events in the provisioning of a system. Instruction includes exercises and case studies. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · comprehend basic concepts and definitions germane to provisioning and be able to distinguish among various applications of similar terms and concepts, · understand management considerations that affect provisioning planning and apply this understanding to sample situations, · understand events in a typical provisioning process (from planning through cataloging and fielding of support) and develop a model of such a process under given criteria, and · understand uses of technical codes and factors that are assigned during provisioning in defining the support structure for a system or an item. Who Should Attend: This course is for individuals who are involved in the planning or execution of initial logistics support and require Level II certification in Acquisition Logistics. Prerequisite: LOG 201 Recommended: At least 1 year of experience in acquisition logistics Precourse Materials: A required text is mailed to all students 3 to 4 weeks prior to the course. Students who have not received the material 2 weeks prior to the course should contact the school. Length: 5 class days Method of Delivery: Resident/On-site * Note: LOG 235 will replace LOG 205 when it becomes available for enrollment. At that time LOG 203 will qualify as a predecessor course.

APDP Level II Course Descriptions Continued LOG 235, PERFORMANCE-BASED LOGISTICS Description: This course, which will be offered in FY 2003, is designed for acquisition logistics and sustainment personnel. The course provides the tools and techniques required to participate in and manage performance-based logistics through application of the product support process. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · apply, evaluate, and analyze the concepts, policies, and practices of performance-based logistics; · understand the use of business case analysis in developing product support strategies; · identify the logistics support impacts of reliability and maintainability, configuration management, supply-chain management, flexible sustainment, prime vendor concepts, support options, continuous modernization, and commercial integration on reengineering product support; and · understand the integration of the components of the Future Logistics Enterprise. Who Should Attend: Level I certified acquisition and sustainment logisticians involved in the development of systems and life-cycle support. Prerequisites: ACQ 201 and LOG 201 Length: LOG 235A -- 60 calendar days; LOG 235B --5 class days Method of Delivery: Hybrid of Distance Learning and Resident

APDP Level II Course Descriptions Continued PMT 250, PROGRAM MANAGEMENT TOOLS Description: The Program Management Tools course provides application skills needed in a program office or as an Integrated Product Team (IPT) lead. It is a follow-on to ACQ 201 and is designed to enhance journeyman-level skills. It is required, along with ACQ 201, for Level II certification in Program Management (PM) and also prepares students for later work in the Level III Program Management Office Course, PMT 352. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · apply leadership skills in an IPT environment; · understand and develop Work Breakdown Structures (WBSs); · build program schedules and apply risk management principles using state-of-the-industry software; · determine cost estimates using current cost estimating processes; · develop contract documentation as part of a simulated contracting activity; and · demonstrate use of earned value for program planning and control. Who Should Attend: Target attendees are civilians, GS-12/13, and military officers, O-3 and O4 in the PM career field. Prerequisite: ACQ 201 Length: This is a nonresident, distance learning course available through the Internet. The course length is 64 calendar days. Students must complete modules 1­8 (consisting of about 56 hours of work) within 60 calendar days of the start date. Modules 9­10 are presented as a virtual classroom IPT exercise, requiring 24 hours of work over the last 4 days of the course. Method of Delivery: Distance Learning

APDP LEVEL III CERTIFICATIONS REQUIREMENTS

http://www.safaq.hq.af.mil/acq_workf/career_training/apdp/certification_.html Life Cycle Logistics: Education: Master's Degree in Systems Design and Operational Effectiveness or similar systems engineering/technical education (Desired) 4 years of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position* of which -- 4 years life cycle logistics experience in support of weapons/materials An additional 4 years of life cycle logistics experience All Level I and Level II courses must be completed Log 304, Executive Life Cycle Logistics Management Additionally, all Phase I and Phase II training must be completed

Experience:

Training:

Program Management: Education: Meet one of the following criteria: -- 24 semester hours from accounting, business finance, law, contracts, purchasing, industrial management, marketing, organization and management (DANTES/CLEP acceptable) -- 24 semester hours in individual career field -- 12 semester hours in disciplines listed above Master's degree (technical, scientific, or managerial) (Desired) 4 years of acquisition experience on a DAWIA coded position*/# of which -- At least 2 year of experience in a SPO of similar organization --- (PM, PEO, DCMA, etc.) -- And at least 1 year of experience in a PM position --- (Cost, schedule, and performance responsibilities a must) Additional 2 years of acquisition experience (Desired) All Level I and Level II courses must be completed PMT 352 (Parts A & B) Program Management Office course

Experience:

Training:

* Experience ­ Meets minimum time requirements on the appropriate DAWIA coded positions. For example, experience for life cycle logistics is gained on manpower positions coded with an "L". If a member's position is not coded in the Pos cat field of the duty history (officer or civilian), the member does not meet experience requirements.

APDP LEVEL III FLOWCHART LEVEL I COURSES

Level III: Life Cycle Logistics

LEVEL II COURSES

LOG 304 Classroom 2 weeks

LEVEL I COURSES

LEVEL II COURSES

Level III: Program Management

PMT 352 A&B Online & Classroom 6 weeks

APDP LEVEL III COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

http://www.dau.mil/catalog/cat2003/AppendixB.pdf http://www.dau.mil/catalog/cat2004/Chapter%204.pdf LOG 304, EXECUTIVE ACQUISITION LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT Description: Executive Acquisition Logistics Management prepares the acquisition logistician to function in executive-level logistics management and policymaking positions. The student will acquire an understanding of the complex relationships among logistics support planning, acquisition policy, requirements determination, program management, contracting, and Government funds management. Case-study issues will be explored as they pertain to acquisition logistics. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · serve as proactive, credible, and influential acquisition logisticians; · distinguish the acquisition logistician's functions during each phase of the acquisition process; · identify the basic elements of the systems engineering process; · distinguish major acquisition policy requirements from the logistics perspective; and · understand the integration of the components of the Future Logistics Enterprise. Who Should Attend: This course is for military officers, O-3 and above, and DoD civilians, GS-11 and above, who are in, or soon will be assigned to, acquisition logistics positions and who are Level II certified in the Acquisition Logistics career field. Prerequisites: LOG 201 and LOG 235 Precourse Material: Precourse material will be provided via the Web prior to students attending the class. Students will receive instructions on how to access these materials. These materials will also be provided in class, so there is no need for the student to print these materials prior to attending. Students must prepare and present 5 to 10 minute briefings along with writing requirements during the course. All students will present a briefing and point paper on "Logistics Lessons Learned" during the second week of the course. It is strongly recommended that students complete this assignment prior to attending class; however, the Lessons Learned topic will be collected on Monday of the second week. Length: 9 class days Method of Delivery: Resident or On-site

APDP Level III Course Descriptions Continued PMT 352A, PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE COURSE, PART A Description: The Program Management Office Course (PMOC), Part A, is the first part of the Level III certification course in the Program Management (PM) career field. It is a follow-on to ACQ 201B and PMT 250 and is designed to train Level II qualified students to be effective PM Level III leaders in a program office by honing analysis, synthesis, and evaluative skills. PMT 352A focuses on key PMO knowledge and skills not covered in the prerequisite courses. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · describe the role of science and technology in supporting the system acquisition process; · understand Information Technology (IT) policy, best practices, information assurance measures, and interoperability considerations; · describe current manufacturing and logistics concepts and best practices such as lean manufacturing and supply chain management; and · explain appropriate management and decisionmaking models to aid in addressing various acquisition program issues (business and financial; international; environmental, safety and health; etc.). Who Should Attend: Target attendees are civilians, GS-13/14, and military officers, O-4/O-5, in the PM career field. Personnel certified at Level III in other career fields desiring to take PMOC for Level III PM certification must first complete PMT 250. Prerequisite: PMT 250 Length: This is a nonresident, self-paced course available through the Internet. Students must pass the final examination within 120 calendar days of the start date. Method of Delivery: Distance Learning

APDP Level III Course Descriptions Continued PMT 352B, PROGRAM MANAGEMENT OFFICE COURSE, PART B Description: The Program Management Office Course (PMOC), Part B, is the second part of the Level III certification course in the Program Management (PM) career field. PMOC is a follow-on to ACQ 201 and PMT 250. The classroom component of PMOC, PMT 352B, follows PMT 352A, which is the prerequisite distance learning component of PMOC. These courses are designed to train Level II qualified students to be effective PM Level III leaders in a program office by honing analysis, synthesis, and evaluative skills. PMT 352B features scenario-based practical exercises with topical themes, such as interoperability, prototyping, and evolutionary acquisition. Objectives: Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: · lead and contribute to effective teams in a DoD PMO; · apply critical-thinking and problem-solving skills to system acquisition problems throughout a defense systems life cycle; · understand, analyze, and develop solutions to cost, schedule, and performance issues faced in defense program management; and · evaluate the tradeoffs in program decisions in compliance with DoD 5000 Series directives. Who Should Attend: Target attendees are civilians, GS-13/14, and military officers, O-4/O-5, in the PM career field. Prerequisite: PMT 352A Length: 6 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident

OTHER LOGISTICS-RELATED COURSES

OTHER LOGISTICS-RELATED COURSES

AFIT LOG 032, RELIABILITY CENTERED MAINTENANCE http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log032.htm Description: The course is designed to progressively deepen the student's understanding of and appreciation for the steps necessary to design and sustain an active RCM program. The syllabus is targeted to teach students to economically maintain air-breathing jet engines of the USAF while maximizing operational performance metrics. Included are: samples of RCM theory; decision logic trade-offs; step-by-step procedures in conducting RCM analyses; and documenting the results. Learning Objectives are accomplished via problems and exercises duplicating actual USAF scenarios. The Propulsion Center of Excellence (PCOE)-tailored Excel macro software originally from Pratt & Whitney, is utilized primarily, while other exercises lend themselves to hand-held calculator and student memory solution. Prerequisites: Military and civilian (minimum GS-07) personnel who are currently assigned, or pending assignment, to duties of determining or sustaining RCM program requirements for USAF inventory or US Foreign Military Sales (FMS) air-breathing jet engines. Selection Processes: Initial review of application (DD 1556) and student selection performed by MAJCOM/DP or appropriate training office. Final review and selection approved controlled by AFIT/LS course director. For FMS participants, typical NATO English technical level capability, or equivalent, is required for maximum course communication. Length: 4 Class Days Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident AFIT LOG 131, INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log131.htm Description: Designed to improve the management abilities of entry and mid-level managers and supervisors assigned to the Department of Defense Depot Maintenance System. Industrial maintenance management principles and analytical techniques are examined to determine how they can best be applied to enhance support of operational combat forces. The course emphasizes the use of computer-based information and reports, forecasting, and human factors present in problem analysis and decision-making. Activities required to determine and manage industrial workload cost are evaluated and their interrelationships are studied. Prerequisites: Open to non-US personnel. A security clearance is not required. Length: 10 Class Days Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident Added Note: Nominees should currently be assigned as entry and mid-level managers or supervisors at depot, industrial, or rework maintenance activity. The course is open to O-3, O-4, and E-7 through E-9, civilian personnel GS-9 through GS-12, and wage grade equivalent grades.

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued AFIT LOG 199, INTRO TO LOGISTICS http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log199.htm Description: Prepares Air Force personnel for leadership and advancement in logistics career fields. Provides an overview of Air Force logistics and its environment including organizations, planning, integration of logistics systems, functions, principles, processes and issues. Additionally, it provides an introduction to contemporary issues, such as; competitive sourcing, supply chain management, and business process improvement. Presented as a series of lectures, discussions, small group activities, and simulations. Objectives: 1. Prepare Air Force personnel for entry into logistics career fields. 2. Provide a conceptual overview of Air Force logistics and its environment. This includes organizations, planning, and integration of logistics systems, functions, principles, processes, and issues. 3. Provide a core of knowledge to which subsequent formal education and training programs can be keyed for officer, airmen, and civilian progression. Prerequisites: Open to non-US personnel. For newly assigned logisticians and persons pending immediate assignment to the logistics field. 2D Lt through captain, staff sergeant through master sergeant, GS-5 through GS-12. A security clearance is not required. Length: 2 weeks Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident Added Note: The course is open to 01-03, and E5-E7, and civilian personnel GS05-GS12. Other personnel may be approved by requesting a waiver from the course director. Selection Procedures: This course is offered in residence and on-site. Students apply using DD Form 1556 through their base education office to AFIT. For resident or on-site offerings, initial review of application (DD Form 1556) and student selection are performed by MAJCOM/DP (LG), or appropriate training office. Final review and selection approval are made by AFIT/LS course director. AFIT LOG 260, FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPPLYING AN EXPEDITIONARY AEROSPACE FORCE http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log260.htm Description: Provides the basic foundation of spares requirements determination, programming, and budget execution. The course presents the Air Force (AF) processes for providing spares to weapons systems, and the information systems used to forecast for and distribute spares. Emphasis is put on the interdisciplinary features and responsibilities of the various players in the processes. Concepts of Supply Chain Management and e-commerce are presented in the context of spares management. Students new to or having limited experience in the logistics, programming, budgeting, or financial management of spare parts or related activities can expect to gain understanding and knowledge that is immediately useful in these areas. Prerequisites: Open to non-US personnel. Open to personnel in all logistics career field specialties, contracting, and finance. Open to officers O-3 (with at least 2 years time in grade) to

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued O-5, and civilian personnel in the grades GS-11 to GS-14. Enlisted members, E-8 and E-9 at MAJCOM level or above, will be considered as space permits. Selection Procedures: Initial review of application (DD Form 1556) and student selection performed by MAJCOM DP or appropriate training office. Final review and selection approval are made by AFIT/LS course director. Request for waiver will be considered by course director. Length: 1 week Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident AFIT LOG 262, APPLIED MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log262.htm Description: Provides maintenance managers and supervisors with an array of executive skills, which can be applied to the management functions that support operational units. The course exposes practitioners to the latest policies and initiatives, and challenges them to apply both theory and techniques to current management problem scenarios, which confront base-level maintenance managers. Application of current concepts in management science is emphasized through seminars, informal lectures, guided discussions, case studies, exercises, and group projects. Current topics examine production excellence, group decision-making dynamics, the theory of constraints, capacity requirements planning, general scheduling theory, the logistics environment, and repair cycle processes. The application of statistical concepts, statistical process control, and reliability and maintainability measures are illustrated through practical exercises. Prerequisites: Open to non-US personnel. A security clearance is not required. Nominees currently assigned to, pending assignment to, or working in direct support of organizational and intermediate level aircraft maintenance positions have priority. Officers O-1 through O-4, enlisted members E-6 through E-9, and civilian members in grades GS-9 through GS-13, and wage grade equivalents are eligible. At least one year of experience at the organizational or intermediate level of maintenance is required for military attendees. Students are provided scientific calculators to support various course requirements. A basic familiarity of statistical concepts is desirable. While not required, it is recommended that TDY students bring a laptop with word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software installed. Selection Procedures: Initial review of application (DD Form 1556) and student selection performed by MAJCOM/DP or appropriate training office. Final review and selection approval is made by the Course Director. Waivers for personnel in other logistics related career fields, levels of assignment, and experience (specifically for cross-trainees and cross-flow officers) will be considered by the Course Director. Length: 2 weeks Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued AFIT LOG 299, COMBAT LOGISTICS http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log299.htm Description: Addresses the roles and responsibilities of logisticians in support of combat, peace, and humanitarian operations. The focus is on logistics at the operational and tactical levels of war. The course addresses how Air Force logisticians, together with other combat support forces, create and sustain capability in a joint theater of operations. This course is designed for personnel assigned to maintenance, supply, transportation, contingency contracting, and logistics plans positions at base-level through joint and unified commands. The course is also suited for personnel in other positions (i.e. civil engineering, services, security, intelligence, and operations planning) who must have knowledge of or interact with combat support and combat sustainment operations. The course is not designed for personnel in the wholesale acquisition career field. The course combines combat logistics history with current issues and dynamics. Methods of instruction include informal lectures, guided discussions, a planning exercise, and a literary analysis. Objectives: The course is structured to achieve the following objectives: 1. Provide an orientation of wartime roles and responsibilities of Air Force logisticians. 2. Provide an overview of these roles and responsibilities integrated into the larger context DOD and USAF wartime preparation. 3. Analyze and discuss the application of the principles of logistics in combat, peace, and humanitarian operations. 4. Investigate how the application of the principles of logistics support the principles of war. 5. Provide an anchor for subsequent on-the-job training and professional education for the Air Force logistician. Prerequisites: Open to non-US personnel. A security clearance is not required. Designed for personnel in a logistics career field assigned to an operational logistics position at base through joint and unified commands. The course is not recommended for personnel assigned to acquisition logistics positions. The course is open to officers in ranks 0-1 through 0-3, noncommissioned officers in the grades of E-5 through E-8, and civilian personnel in the grades of GS-09 through GS-12. Length: 2 weeks Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident Added Notes: Initial review of application (DD Form 1556) and student selection performed by MAJCOM/DP or appropriate training office is required. Final review and selection approval is made by the Course Director. Requests for waiver will be considered by the Course Director. AFIT LOG 399, STRATEGIC LOGISTICS http://ls.afit.edu/LSA/catalog/log399.htm Description: Broadens student understanding of Air Force and joint logistics doctrine, policies, processes, programs, planning, and current and future issues. The course provides a forum for the free exchange of ideas and concepts between students, faculty, and guest speakers. The goal is to foster critical thinking and creative problem-solving to enhance each student's potential by providing an understanding of a broad, complex range of critical issues facing the Air Force and joint logistics communities. The course focuses on logistics at the strategic level.

Related Courses Continued Other Logistics It emphasizes the interdependency of strategy, tactics, and logistics, and the importance of treating all logistics functions and processes as an integrated system for providing combat capability. Students link US national security Objectives to logistics policies, plans, and resources. They examine how the evolving logistics environment, changes in the total force concept, and future concepts of service roles and missions impact logistics. The course relies extensively on presentations from guest speakers (primarily from HQ USAF, JCS, joint commands, and DoD), industrial tours, and the students themselves who share the wealth of their own diverse backgrounds and experience in logistics. Prerequisites: Open to US personnel only. A SECRET clearance is required. The course is designed for personnel in all logistics career field specialties and is open to officers O-4 and O-5, enlisted E-8 and E-9 at MAJCOM level or above, and civilian personnel in the grades GS-14 and GS-13. Objectives: a. Comprehend the roles, mission, responsibilities, interrelationship and interdependencies, which exist within the logistics support framework for more effective combat support for operational forces. b. Be able to explain fundamental elements of military strategy for effective support of evolving national security Objectives, focusing on key issues such logistics command and control, national mobilization and strategic mobility. c. Have knowledge of the broad, complex range of critical issues facing the Air Force logistics community. Length: 2 Weeks Method of Delivery: Onsite or Resident ACC FLIGHT LINE MAINTENANCE OFFICERS COURSE http://www.hill.af.mil/acc/maintofficer.htm Description: This course provides valuable information needed by Aircraft Maintenance Officers to more effectively manage a flightline. Curriculum includes flight organization and leadership, roles and responsibilities, aircraft scheduling and scheduling effectiveness, aircraft status (MESL), conventional generation management planning and execution, Material Support Division (MSD), stock fund management, supply and other maintenance programs. Highlights include an exchange of ideas and experiences between students with varying backgrounds. Prerequisites: Lieutenants and Captains in a maintenance officer career field who have completed both the Aircraft Maintenance Officer Course (AMOC) and their local Maintenance Officer Orientation Training Program (MOOTP) with 3 to 36 months experience on the flightline. Length: 5 Days Method of Delivery: Resident

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued AFCOMAC, AIR FORCE COMBAT AMMUNITION CENTER http://www.beale.af.mil/9MXG/9MUNS/mission.html https://wwwmil.beale.af.mil/9MUNS/default.asp Description: This Air Force-level training school offers the only advanced munitions war skills training in the DOD. The primary mission of the squadron is to train middle-to-senior level munitions technicians, supervisors and company grade officers in combat munitions planning and mass productions techniques (AFCOMAC). An orientation course for senior logistics and operations officers is conducted as a companion basic course (SOO). Prerequisites: Active duty AFCOMAC attendees incur a 6-month active duty service commitment upon completion of the course. Therefore, personnel who are separating or retiring should not be chosen to attend. All students need a current Secret clearance by class start date. The AFCOMAC class rank structure is designed to replicate a munitions deployment package and is essential to class success. MAJCOMs and units cannot arbitrarily change the rank of the E-6 and above slots they were tasked to fill without prior approval from 9 MUNS/LGW. Length: AFCOMAC: CGO's - 3 weeks, SOO: FGO's - 2 days Method of Delivery: Resident AIR MOBILITY OPERATIONS COURSE https://etca.randolph.af.mil/showcourse.asp?as_course_id=AMC%20AMOC Description: The Air Mobility Operations Course is designed to mature mid-level AMC and TRANSCOM leaders in their understanding of Air Mobility Operations. The course consists of classroom lessons, current issue guest speakers, and seminar exercises. Prerequisites: Air Force attendees must be 0-3 or 0-4s who are AMC functional-area experts; 05s with limited AMC experience; or civilians and senior NCOs who require a strategic vision of Air Mobility as a part of their professional development. Enlisted attendees must be E-7 or above. Civilian attendees must be GS-9 or higher. Sister service students must be in the grade of O4/O5 or senior NCOs who require a strategic vision of Air Mobility as a part of their professional development. Selection Process: To attend this training course individuals (Active Duty personnel, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserves, Individual Mobilized Augmentees (IMAs), etc) will need to be scheduled by their Major Command (MAJCOM) Director of Personnel (DP) office. Please contact your training manager for further guidance. If there are any questions concerning the enrollment process contact the Air Mobility Warfare Center (AMWC) Registrar's Division at DSN 650-7738 or Commercial (609) 754-7738 for further information. Length: 8 academic days Method of Delivery: Resident

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued AMC MAINTENANCE OFFICERS COURSE https://www.amwc.af.mil/wcd/student_course_schedules.asp?squadron_ID=9&course_title=&m onthof=&dayof=&yearof=&class_number=&Submit=Search https://www.amwc.af.mil/ Objectives: This course provides AMC aircraft maintenance officers with pertinent maintenance management information. Curriculum addresses: Safety, Duties and Responsibilities, Organizational Structure of AMC, Status Reporting, Internet/Lognet, Total Force, Personnel Issues, Mobility Planning, Professional Development, Manning Management, Maintenance Training, Exceptional Release, Environmental Awareness, Off Station Support, Plans Scheduling and Documentation, Analysis, Force Readiness, National Strategy, Readiness Through Wellness, and VideoTeleConference with HQ AMC. Prerequisites: Officers in grades O-3 and below unless new to AMC or career field, and at least 6 months experience after completion of Aircraft Maintenance Officer Course. Selection Procedures: To attend this training course individuals (Active Duty personnel, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserves, Individual Mobilized Augmentees (IMAs), etc) will need to be scheduled by their Major Command (MAJCOM) Director of Personnel (DP) office. Please contact your training manager for further guidance. If there are any questions concerning the enrollment process contact the Air Mobility Warfare Center (AMWC) Registrar's Division at DSN 650-7738 or Commercial (609) 754-7738 for further information. Length: 8 academic days Method of Delivery: Resident AMIC, AIRCRAFT MISHAP INVESTIGATION COURSE http://afsafety.af.mil/ & http://afsafety.af.mil/AFSC/RDBMS/Training/AMIC.HTM Description: Provides instruction on aircraft mishap investigations and analyses of human and material factors to personnel who will be primary members on Class A flight mishap investigation boards. Prerequisites: AF personnel who will serve as primary members on Class A flight mishap safety investigation boards IAW AFI 91-204. Graduates of the Flight Safety Officer Course are not eligible to attend. Completion of the Air Force ORM Fundamentals Course, or an equivalent course of instruction provided at a local level, is required prior to attending this class. You will be required to turn-in a copy of your certificate or other validation of ORM training on the first day of class. Length: 2 Weeks; EARLY DISMISSAL NOT AUTHORIZED. Selection Procedures: Individuals must obtain quotas from their MAJCOM/DRU/FOA Safety Office. Method of Delivery: Resident AMMOS, ADVANCED MAINTENANCE AND MUNITIONS OFFICER SCHOOL https://wwwmil.nellis.af.mil/units/ammos Description: Premier school for honing the operational skill set for a highly select group of junior aircraft maintenance and munitions officers. Graduates of the program are expected to have the maintenance and munitions leadership skills equivalent to those of our pilots that attend the highly selective "weapons school".

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued Objectives: The objective of this new school is to produce maintenance and munitions officers able to support the agile combat support capability needs of an air expeditionary force. The course follows the weapons school model and graduates will be expected to fill a maintenance or munitions officer position in an operational wing and share their expeditionary expertise and training with fellow unit officers. Prerequisites: Course Entry Requirements: (A) Grade 0-3 With A Maximum Of 8 Years Commissioned Service Upon Graduation. (B) SOS Completed either in residence or by correspondence. (C) Operational/Expeditionary Logistics Experience; I.E. AEF Deployment, Contingency Operation Etc. (D) Fully qualified in either 21A or 21M primary AFSC with a minimum of three years operational experience. (E) Current secret clearance valid through course completion. (f) Background investigation date valid through course completion. (G) Officers' short tour can be curtailed up to 30 days in order to be available for the class start date. Length: 4.5 months Method of Delivery: Resident CWPC, CONTINGENCY WARPLANNERS COURSE http://www.cadre.maxwell.af.mil/warfarestudies/cwpc/index.htm Description: The Contingency Wartime Planning Course uses both the formal and informal lecture methods to teach the basic planning process to war planners of all levels. The primary level of instruction is presented in a lecture format by the faculty using audiovisual aids. These lessons are supplemented by numerous seminar discussions which allow students an opportunity to go beyond the knowledge level of instruction and comprehend the relationships of the numerous subjects taught. Finally, hands-on seminar exercises, interspersed throughout the course, provide an opportunity to apply the information learned. The depth of instruction is sufficient to bring students to a level of comprehension which enables them to carry out their duties more effectively and decrease the steep learning curve associated with war planning. The CWPC curriculum is contained in three blocks: Foundations for Planning, Systems, and Planning. C2WS, AIR FORCE COMMAND AND CONTROL WARRIOR SCHOOL http://www2.acc.af.mil/afc2tig/ Description: The C2WS conducts instruction to joint service personnel on doctrinal procedures for Air Operations Center (AOC) training. Emphasizing real-world plans and procedures, the C2WS is the executive agent for Contingency Theater Automated Planning System (CTAPS) and Air Tasking Order (ATO) training. Graduating more than 1,800 warfighters annually, the C2WS provides a seven-course curriculum using advanced computer systems and distributed technology, and conducts training for all ranks, from junior airmen to senior general officers.

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued Objectives: Instruction includes aerospace doctrine and relationship to the command, control, and employment of aerospace forces; airspace control as it affects the employment of combat aircraft weapons systems; and operational planning considerations for air operations C2. Prerequisites: Open to all ranks. Length: 6 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident AIR AND SPACE OPERATIONS CENTER FAMILIARIZATION COURSE https://afc2tig.hurlburt.af.mil/c2ws/aocfam.htm Description: Educates personnel who may be assigned to support a Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC), or works in a Service/Theater command and control (C2) organization, staff or related functional area, on the basic fundamentals of JAOC organization, processes and systems to C2 air and space power at the operational level of war. This course is not intended for personnel assigned primary duties in a JAOC Division involved directly with JAOC processes and C2 system applications. They should attend the applicable AOC initial qualification training operator or duty technician course. Prerequisites: None Length: 4 days Method of Delivery: Resident JAOP, JOINT AIR OPERATIONS PLANNING COURSE http://www.cadre.maxwell.af.mil/warfarestudies/jaop/jaop.htm Description: The mission of JAOP is to educate airmen from unified, combined, or supporting air component commands in the fundamental concepts, principles, and doctrine required to develop and execute the air portion of a joint/combined campaign plan. Objectives: JAOP focuses on planning for USAF, Joint, and combined aerospace operations. Emphasis is placed on the Joint Air Estimate Process, and Joint aerospace doctrinal concepts. Additional time is devoted to analysis of previous air campaigns from a historical perspective. The focal point is the 6-stage air campaign planning process contained in JP 3-30 and AFDD 2 which serves as a tool for developing an air campaign to support the Combatant Commander/JTF commander's objectives. The practicum portion of the course consists of faculty-guided seminars, applying the joint air campaign planning process. Using a theater-level exercise, the students are required to develop an air campaign plan to support a Combatant Commander's theater campaign. Student planning for the application of aerospace forces is anchored in joint and service doctrinal concept. Prerequisites: None; however, students should be USAF personnel who may be assigned to various divisions within the AOC (Strategy Division, Combat Plans, Combat Ops, Air Mobility Division, and Intel positions). Length: 2 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident

Other Logistics-Related Courses Continued JEMIC, JET ENGINE MISHAP INVESTIGATION COURSE https://etca.randolph.af.mil/ Course ID: J3AZR2A671A 001 Description: Provides general introduction to design and construction variations of jet engine, to include small, large, and turbo fan engines, as needed for mishap investigation. Policies and procedures of investigation, fluid system contamination, and identification of material failures. Identification and causes of engine failures in relation to compressor and turbine failures, identification of over temperature damage, identification of bearing failures, and a comparison on in-flight and post-impact fire damage. Engine power analysis procedure and temperature analysis. Inspection of crash damaged engine and components and jet engine case history studies. Prerequisites: AFSCs: 2A671A, 2A671B, and 1S071 or civilian equivalent. For safety personnel assigned foreign object damage (FOD) duties. Also available for officers who may be assigned mishap investigation responsibilities. Length: 9 days Method of Delivery: Resident Selection Procedures: To attend this training course individuals will need to be scheduled by their Major Command (MAJCOM) Director of Personnel (DP) office. JEMIC Schoolhouse, DSN: 736-3545 JLOC, JOINT LOGISTICS COURSE http://www.almc.army.mil/catalog/courseDescriptions.html Objectives: This course focuses on theater-level joint logistics operations by preparing military officers and civilians to function in assignments that involve joint logistics planning, interservice and multinational logistics support, and joint logistics in a theater of operations. To accomplish this, the JCL integrates component functional skills and knowledge through the study of strategy, doctrine, theory, programs, and processes. JCL provides the opportunity for students to develop the attributes, perspectives, and insights necessary to manage logistics at the operational level of war. The course material is unclassified. Prerequisites: Students should be mid-level managers, active duty and reserve component military officers in the grade of O4-O6, senior noncommissioned officers E8-E9 or DOD civilians GS-12 through GS/GM-14 involved with, assigned to, or en route to, a position that requires joint logistics knowledge, such as JCS (JDAL and JDAL-like) logisticians; DOD logistics positions; component/service headquarters logistics staff planners; theater to corps logisticians (planning and execution); and major logistics command logistics staff and action officers (including program and project managers). Others who may attend are project/program management team members, staff officers working logistics doctrine issues/actions, reserve component logisticians working at levels equivalent to any of the above, international logistics exchange officers, senior logistics commanders (05/06), and service headquarters logistics planners and logistics planning action officers (Marine Corps). Additionally, international logistics exchange officers assigned to U.S. joint staff and O3s (Captain or Lieutenant) filling U.S. joint logistics billets, or participating in the JCS, J4 Logistics Intern Program are eligible to attend. All others who do not fall into one of the above categories by either rank or duties, but

feel they may benefit from what this course offers, may request a waiver from the course director. The waiver must be signed by an O6 or equivalent. Length: 2 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident

LOGISTICS TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSES

LOGISTICS TECHNICAL TRAINING COURSES

AMMOC, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE/MUNITIONS OFFICERS COURSE https://webm.sheppard.af.mil/82trg/AMMOC/Courseinfo.htm#Location Description: AMOC is located at Sheppard AFB, TX, and is designed for entry-level maintenance officers as well as international officers. It is the initial training for basic qualification in the career field. AMOC covers maintenance processes, maintenance scheduling, supply, sortie production, indicators, contingency/deployment planning and execution, with special emphasis on safety and mishap prevention. Upon completion of the 14-week course, you will be awarded the 21A1 AFSC. Prerequisites: None Length: 14 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident AMOC BRIDGE COURSES https://webm.sheppard.af.mil/82trg/ Description: The Aircraft Maintenance Officer's Bridge Course is designed for logistics officers broadening into the aircraft maintenance and munitions career field. The four-week course is taught at Sheppard AFB, TX. This course is intended to provide "seasoned" logistics officers with the basics of aircraft maintenance processes, maintenance scheduling, supply, sortie production, indicators, contingency/deployment planning and execution, with special emphasis on safety and mishap prevention. Specific bridge class is dependent on rank: Company Grade Accelerated Course Designed for rated officers broadening into maintenance and ANG/AFRES officers with prior aircraft maintenance experience. This is an AFSC awarding course that covers much of the same information as the basic Aircraft Maintenance Officer's Course but is in a four-week format. Field Grade Accelerated Course Provides training for field grade Air Force officers and Air Reserve Force officers broadening into the Aircraft Maintenance Officer's career field. This is an AFSC awarding course that covers much of the same information as the basic Aircraft Maintenance Officer's Course but is in a four-week format. Prerequisites: In addition to attending either the Company Grade Accelerate Course or the Field Grade Accelerated Course, all students much now complete the mandatory correspondence courses prior to arrival for class, Specialized Course (SC) 021A1. Volume 1, General Maintenance: Deals with maintenance issues that are applicable across the spectrum, to include flightline, munitions, and support shop maintenance. It covers such areas as organizational structures, types of maintenance, and the logistics involved with maintenance. Volume 2, Flightline Maintenance: Covers maintaining aircraft and aircraft systems. Volume 3, Munitions Maintenance: Discusses munitions management, responsibilities of the MASO, and munitions principles. Enrollment information may be found through the Extension Course Institute's website located at the Air University's Homepage. Length: 4 weeks residence / correspondence length dependent upon student Method of Delivery: Resident & Correspondence Logistics Technical Training Courses Continued

LROC, LOGISTICS READINESS OFFICERS COURSE https://wwwmil.lackland.af.mil/37trg/345trs/345_lro/index.htm Description: Course provides training to include introduction to logistics, wing peacetime structure, wartime logistics structure and distinguishes between logistics processes and their interrelationship. Also defines the role of logistics in contingency planning, deployment structure, Supply Management Activity Group, the standard base supply system, inventory stockage policy, principles of inventory storage and distribution, issues and requisitions process, repair cycle management process/due-in from maintenance, equipment management, mission support, fundamentals of fuels management, responsibilities of fuels operations, compliance and environmental issues, fuels information service center, contingency/wartime mission support, introduction to transportation, personal property, cargo movements, passenger movements, process management, vehicle management, contingency operations, introduction to logistics plans, support agreements, war reserve material, plans, deployments, logistics plans contingency roles, and base support and expeditionary site planning. Prerequisites: None Length: 18 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident MMC, MUNITIONS MERGE COURSE https://webm.sheppard.af.mil/82trg/ Description: One of the initiatives of the Chief's Logistics Review was to revamp the Maintenance Officer Training Program. A major part of the new program was the crossflow between the 21A and 21M career fields. Due to the disparity in numbers, about 80-90% of 21M officers will crossflow but only 20-25% of 21A officers. The program provided an alternative for any officer who did not get the opportunity to crossflow to the other maintenance discipline. This alternative was to attend the Merge Course for the other AFSC. So AETC created the 21M Bridge/Merge Course to handle the 75-80% of 21A officers who do not get the opportunity to crossflow. Prerequisites: Target population for attendance is senior captains and junior majors. Length: 5 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident NMOC, NUCLEAR MUNITIONS OFFICERS COURSE https://webm.sheppard.af.mil/82trg/AMMOC/index.htm Description: For those officers performing maintenance activities on aircraft or weapons with a nuclear capability -- attendance is mandatory. Topics in this 2-week course include: capabilities, environmental concerns, limitations and basic operating principles of nuclear weapons and warheads, nuclear armament systems, nuclear surety, record keeping of nuclear weapons, and related handling and support equipment. The "A" suffix is awarded (21AXA) at the completion of the course. Prerequisites: None Length: 2.5 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident

USAF PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION

USAF PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION

ASBC, AIR AND SPACE BASIC COURSE http://asbc.maxwell.af.mil/ Description: To inspire new USAF officers to comprehend their roles as AIRMEN who understand and live by USAF core values, can articulate and demonstrate USAF distinctive capabilities, and are dedicated as warriors in the world's most respected Air and Space Force. Prerequisites: None Length: 6 weeks Method of Delivery: Resident SOS, SQUADRON OFFICERS SCHOOL http://sos.maxwell.af.mil/ & http://sos.maxwell.af.mil/socadl/index.htm Description: The mission of Squadron Officer School is to "Develop dynamic airmen ready to lead Air and Space power in an expeditionary warfighting environment." The two primary emphasis areas of the SOS curriculum stress Leadership and Teamwork, which are essential tools for the developing career Air Force officer. Prerequisites: Captain; Resident course must be completed by 7th year of commissioned service; Correspondence course can be started at pin-on yet must be completed prior to sew-on of O-4. Length: Depends Method of Delivery: Correspondence or Resident ACSC, AIR COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE http://www.acsc.maxwell.af.mil/home.htm Description: Course is designed to educate mid-career officers to lead in developing, advancing, and applying air and space power across the spectrum of service, joint, and combined military operations. Prerequisites: Correspondence: Selected for Major; In residence: Pinned on Major Length: Depends Method of Delivery: Correspondence or Resident

PERSONAL TRAINING CHECKLIST

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INDEX OF COURSES

ACRONYM UNK ACC AMOC ACQ 101 ACQ 201 ACSC AFCOMAC AMC AMOC AMIC AMMOC AMMOC Bridge AMOC AMMOS ASBC C2WS CWPC JAOP JEMIC JLOC LOG 032 LOG 101 LOG 131 LOG 199 LOG 201 LOG 203 LOG 204 LOG 205 LOG 235 LOG 260 LOG 262 LOG 299 LOG 304 LOG 399 LROC MMC NMOC PMT 250 PMT 352A PMT 352B SOS TST 101 N/A COURSE TITLE Air and Space Operations Center Familiarization Course ACC Flight Line Maintenance Officers Course Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management Intermediate Systems Acquisitions Air Command and Staff College Air Force Combat Ammunitions Center Course AMC Maintenance Officers Course Aircraft Mishap Investigations Course Aircraft Maintenance/Munitions Officer Course Aircraft Maintenance/Munitions Officers Bridge Course Air Mobility Operations Course Advanced Maintenance and Munitions Officers Course Air and Space Basic Course Air Force Command and Control Warrior School Contingency Warplanners Course Joint Air Operations Planning Course Jet Engine Mishap Investigation Course Joint Logistics Course Reliability Centered Maintenance Acquisition Logistics Fundamentals Industrial Maintenance Management Introduction to Logistics Intermediate Acquisition Logistics Reliability and Maintainability Configuration Management Provisioning Performance Based Logistics Fundamentals of Supplying an EAF Applied Maintenance Management Concepts Combat Logistics Executive Acquisition Logistics Management Strategic Logistics Logistics Readiness Officers Course Munitions Merge Course Nuclear Munitions Officers Course Program Management Tools Program Management Office Course, Part A Program Management Office Course, Part B Squadron Officer School Introduction to Acquisition Workforce Test & Eval Air and Space Operations Center Familiarization Course PAGE 31 28 6 11 39 29 30 30 36 36 29 30 39 31 31 32 33 33 24 7 24 25 12 13 14 15 16 25 26 27 20 27 37 37 37 17 21 22 39 8 32

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