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ACSC In-Processing

Current as of: 25 Jan 2024

Disclaimer:  All information on this page is subject to change.  Please check back periodically for updates.

IMPORTANT DATES - ACADEMIC YEAR 2025 (AY25)

Reporting Date:   NET: 24 June 2024                           NLT: 08 July 2024

Class Dates:        Class Start Date: 22 July 2024        Class Graduation Date: 15 May 2025

 

Mandatory Sign-In Instructions: Inbound students will report to Student Squadron DOs in person (in uniform) to sign in, upon arrival in the local area, between the hours of 0900-1200 beginning Monday, 24 June 2024 through Monday, 8 July 2024 (Closed 4-5 July). Sign-in will be held in the Wood Auditorium Foyer of the ACSC Campus (Building 1402, Maxwell AFB). Detailed Reporting Instructions will be communicated in Spring 2025 prior to inbound student departure from losing duty stations. 

 

School POCs: Lt Col Jared Sandstrom (21st Student Sq DO) and Lt Col Sean Atkins (21st Student Sq CC)

Email: ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil

 

Additional Instructions:

Congratulations on your selection for in-residence Air Command and Staff College! The ACSC Student Squadron staff will reach out to inbound students January - February 2024 via email to make initial contact and relay important school and local area information. Please review the following information and familiarize yourself with the appropriate inbound student checklist found at the bottom of this page. 

1. Uniforms: Be in uniform (business casual for civilian students) when signing-in and ensure all uniforms are readily available to wear as required. Those inbounds coming from OCONUS locations should not pack service dress or OCPs in their HHG or unaccompanied baggage. Reference above "Uniforms" tab for further details.

2. Student Leadership Positions:  The role of the Initial Student Cadre (ISC) is twofold: 1) fill critical student leadership positions and 2) act as the ADVON team for the main body of students. Students who hold these peer leadership positions are vital in establishing the culture, morale, and developmental opportunities for the class throughout the year. A call for volunteers will be sent with initial messaging January - February 2024. If you are interested in a position (as found on the “Student Roles” page at top of this page), please send an email to ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil.

3. Concentrations/Specializations: Upon designation for ACSC, US civilian and military students are eligible to apply for participation in the Joint All-Domain Strategist program (JADS) or the Cyber-Focused Specialization in conjunction with traditional ACSC coursework. Application solicitation will be sent out via email February - April 2025. Students selected for JADS will require a TS/SCI clearance. 

4. Reporting Dates: Reporting prior to the Report No Earlier than Date (RNETD) or after the Report No Later than Date (RNLTD) is NOT authorized without prior coordination through ACSC and final approval from HQ AFPC/DP2LWD. Personnel that report early without prior authorization will be charged leave until the authorized reporting date and will not be reimbursed for excess lodging/per diem accrued due to early reporting. 

5. Early Reporting: Advance written permission must be obtained should early reporting be required (i.e. mandatory return from remote assignments).  Normal CONUS and OCONUS moves do not meet this intent.  Early reporting requests for personal convenience (apart from late-term pregnancy/delivery) will not be approved.  Please email STUS leadership at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil to request an early report date. If an early reporting request is approved, the following statement must be included on your orders: “Early reporting authorized. Written approval obtained from the Student Squadron Commander at Air Command and Staff College.”

6. Computer Requirements: Air University schools have a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy and students will not be issued government laptops.  All students attending Air Command and Staff College are expected to bring their own personally-owned (not government-issued) device for access to course materials. 

7. Microsoft Teams: ACSC Students and Faculty will communicate via M365 Teams for the duration of the academic year. You will receive an email in the Spring with your Teams account information as well as a temporary password. It is imperative that you access Teams and set up your account and unique password as soon as you receive this email to prevent subsequent re-requests for account activation from the AU/A6.

8. Masters Degree: Students who graduate the ACSC in-residence Master's program will earn a Masters of Military Operational Art and Science. Students who previously graduated from the ACSC Online Master’s Program and have already been awarded a Masters of Operational Art and Science degree will not earn a second degree. If not previously obtained, the OLMP graduate will receive IDE in-residence and JPME I credit.

9. Leave: Inbound students should take sufficient leave prior to arrival at ACSC to avoid falling into a "use or lose" situation during the academic year. ACSC will NOT authorize ordinary leave to students on academic duty days and scheduled break periods. The academic calendar will be communicated to inbound students as soon as it is available (usually May prior to the new class start). Do NOT use a previous year's academic calendar to plan trips and do NOT make any non-refundable monetary commitments (i.e. plane tickets/convention reservations/etc) until the AY25 academic calendar is published. 

*Please check the FAQs page and send any additional unanswered questions to the Student Squadron (STUS) team via email to the ACSC STUS Org Box E-Mail: ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil

INBOUND STUDENT CHECKLISTS - ACADEMIC YEAR 2025 (AY25)

*Please select the appropriate dropdown below according to the category that most accurately describes you (i.e. Air Force vs. Sister Service vs. Fellow, etc.)*

1. Fitness Standards: USAF inbounds must have a current passing Air Force fitness assessment that will not expire prior to 1 October 2024. USSF Inbounds follow service specific fitness standards.

2. Narrative Only PRF: Have a Narrative-Only PRF completed and routed to AFPC by losing unit prior to departing base (student should retain a signed copy). This is a member and losing senior rater/MPF responsibility. ACSC does not receive or process PRFs. 

3. DEERS: All DoD students must update their information in DEERS by the first day of class. Each student can verify his/her information in DEERS by going to: https://milconnect.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect/.

4. Security Clearance: A Top Secret/SSBI is preferred for all US attendees and required for LAF attendees.  If you are currently filling an SCI billet, ask your SSO for a Transfer-in-Status to the AU/SSO (DSN 953-6715/3606 or Comm 334-953-6715) at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  If your current investigation is within 60 days of the 6-year expiration date, you must begin the update process immediately through your current security manager.  Please note – T5 (New TS) request advanced NAC; however, investigations CAN NOT be submitted after arrival at ACSC.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

5. Security Training and SSO Read In: To be read in to attend TS/SCI briefings offered at Air University, students possessing the appropriate clearance are required to complete Unauthorized Disclosure training, complete an SCI Pre-Screen Questionnaire, and attend a mass security read in appointment at the beginning of the academic year.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

6. Required Student Data & Forms: All USAF/USSF students must complete the following forms and send via one email to the STUS Org Box at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil NLT Friday, 14 June 2024. These forms can be accessed on the AY25 ACSC Teams Page and will be available March 2024:

a. Student Data Spreadsheet (Excel)

b. Orders and Any Amendments

c. DD Form 2875 (System Authorization Access Request *filled in and signed by losing unit security manager) and AF Form 4394 (Air Force User Agreement Statement) for NIPR access

NOTE: Student medics who have been provisioned with DHA e-mail will require a different pre-populated 2875 for DHA access at the 42 MDG. More to follow.

d. GTC Statement of Understanding

e. DTS Certificates (via https://dtsproweb.defensetravel.osd.mil/dts-app/pubsite/all/view/) for the following courses

1. DTS (Basic) - About DTS

2. DTS (Basic) - DTS Travel Documents (DTS 101)

3. Program & Policies - TDY Travel Policies 101 - within 3 years  

7. Ancillary Training/MyLearning:  All inbound USAF students are expected to complete annual ancillary training requirements prior to arrival. DoD Cyber Awareness training must be completed prior to arrival at ACSC.

8. IMR Requirements: US Air Force students must maintain current IMR requirements throughout the academic year. Ensure PHA/PHAQs are completed prior to departing losing duty stations. 

9. Common Access Card (CAC): All inbound students must possess a valid DoD CAC prior to arrival at ACSC. If you do not have one, you must obtain one at the nearest RAPIDS Issuance Facility with two forms of identification.  

1. AU Fellows Program: Inbounds designated as AU Fellows should expect to hear from the AU Fellows liaison, Lt Col Chad McNally, NLT April 2024 for fellow-specific guidance and instructions. During orientation, fellows will attend an event with the AU Commander for initial expectations and additional information. In the spring, Fellows will have the opportunity to indicate preferences on their follow-on faculty year.

2. Fitness Standards: USAF inbounds must have a current passing Air Force fitness assessment that will not expire prior to 1 October 2024. USSF Inbounds follow service specific fitness standards.

3. Narrative Only PRF: Have a Narrative-Only PRF completed and routed to AFPC by losing unit prior to departing base (student should retain a signed copy). This is a member and losing senior rater/MPF responsibility. ACSC does not receive or process PRFs. 

4. DEERS: All DoD students must update their information in DEERS by the first day of class. Each student can verify his/her information in DEERS by going to: https://milconnect.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect/.

5. Security Clearance: A Top Secret/SSBI is preferred for all US attendees and required for LAF attendees.  If you are currently filling an SCI billet, ask your SSO for a Transfer-in-Status to the AU/SSO (DSN 953-6715/3606 or Comm 334-953-6715) at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  If your current investigation is within 60 days of the 6-year expiration date, you must begin the update process immediately through your current security manager.  T5 (New TS) request advanced NAC; however, investigations CAN NOT be submitted after arrival at ACSC.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

6. Security Training and SSO Read In: To be read in to attend TS/SCI briefings offered at Air University, students possessing the appropriate clearance are required to complete Unauthorized Disclosure training, complete an SCI Pre-Screen Questionnaire, and attend a mass security read in appointment at the beginning of the academic year.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

7. Required Student Data & Forms: All USAF/USSF students must complete the following forms and send via one email to the STUS Org Box at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil NLT Friday, 14 June 2024. These forms can be accessed on the AY25 ACSC Teams Page and will be available March 2024:

a. Student Data Spreadsheet (Excel)

b. Orders and Any Amendments

c. DD Form 2875 (System Authorization Access Request *filled in and signed by losing unit security manager) and AF Form 4394 (Air Force User Agreement Statement) for NIPR access

NOTE: Student medics who have been provisioned with DHA e-mail will require a different pre-populated 2875 for DHA access at the 42 MDG. More to follow.

d. GTC Statement of Understanding

e. DTS Certificates (via https://dtsproweb.defensetravel.osd.mil/dts-app/pubsite/all/view/) for the following courses

1. DTS (Basic) - About DTS

2. DTS (Basic) - DTS Travel Documents (DTS 101)

3. Program & Policies - TDY Travel Policies 101 - within 3 years  

8. Ancillary Training/MyLearning:  All inbound USAF students are expected to complete annual ancillary training requirements prior to arrival. DoD Cyber Awareness training must be completed prior to arrival at ACSC.

9. IMR Requirements: US Air Force students must maintain current IMR requirements throughout the academic year. Ensure PHA/PHAQs are completed prior to departing losing duty stations. 

10. Common Access Card (CAC): All inbound students must possess a valid DoD CAC prior to arrival at ACSC. If you do not have one, you must obtain one at the nearest RAPIDS Issuance Facility with two forms of identification.  

1. Service Liaisons: Sister Service inbounds should expect to hear from their respective service liaison NLT April 2024 for service-specific guidance and instructions regarding reporting, fitness, medical readiness, access, etc. Upon arrival, sister service students will check in with their service liaison and then check in with the ACSC Student Squadron team per the published Reporting Instruction.

US Army

Lt Col Andrew Jasso (andrew.jasso@au.af.edu) & Ms. Alexiss Gibbons (alexiss.gibbons@au.af.edu)

US Navy and Coast Guard

CDR Rosemary Henson (rosemary.henson.mil@au.af.edu)

US Marine Corps

Lt Col Barney Blaine (barney.blaine.usmc@au.af.edu)

USAFR/ANG

Col Eltressa Spencer -USAFR (eltressa.spencer@au.af.edu) & Lt Col Jeremy Harris - ANG (jeremy.l.harris3.mil@army.mil)

2. DEERS: All DoD students must update their information in DEERS by the first day of class. Each student can verify his/her information in DEERS by going to: https://milconnect.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect/.

3. Security Clearance: A Secret security clearance is required for ACSC attendance; Top Secret/SSBI is preferred.  If you are currently filling an SCI billet, ask your SSO for a Transfer-in-Status to the AU/SSO (DSN 953-6715/3606 or Comm 334-953-6715) at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  If your current investigation is within 60 days of the 6-year expiration date, you must begin the update process immediately through your current security manager.  Please note – T5 (New TS) investigations will NOT be submitted after arrival at ACSC.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

4. Security Training and SSO Read In: To be read in to attend TS/SCI briefings offered at Air University, students possessing the appropriate clearance are required to complete Unauthorized Disclosure training, complete an SCI Pre-Screen Questionnaire, and attend a mass security read in appointment at the beginning of the academic year.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

5. Required Student Data & Forms: All USAF/USSF students must complete the following forms and send via one email to the STUS Org Box at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil NLT Friday, 14 June 2024. These forms can be accessed on the AY25 ACSC Teams Page and will be available March 2024:

a. Student Data Spreadsheet (Excel)

b. Orders and Any Amendments

d. GTC Statement of Understanding

e. DTS Certificates (via https://dtsproweb.defensetravel.osd.mil/dts-app/pubsite/all/view/) for the following courses

1. DTS (Basic) - About DTS

2. DTS (Basic) - DTS Travel Documents (DTS 101)

3. Program & Policies - TDY Travel Policies 101 - within 3 years  

6.Transcripts: (Non-USAF Military and Civilian Personnel) Send official transcripts to the Air University (AU) Registrar's Office. AU Registrar contact information: Email: au.admission@us.af.mil; service desk site: https://auservicedesk.af.edu; mail: Air University Registrar, AU/A3RR Registrar Services, 60 Shumacher Avenue, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112. If you have questions, please contact the ACSC Registrar Office at Comm: 334-953-9820 (DSN: 493).

7. Common Access Card (CAC): All inbound students must possess a valid DoD CAC prior to arrival at ACSC. If you do not have one, you must obtain one at the nearest RAPIDS Issuance Facility with two forms of identification.

1. Civilian Student Liaison: Civilian inbounds should expect to hear from the cvilian liaison, Ms. Suzette Daniel (AFPC Comm: 210-565-58014), NLT April 2024 for guidance and instructions regarding reporting, medical readiness, access, etc. Upon arrival, civilian inbounds will check in with the ACSC Student Squadron team per the published Reporting Instruction.

2. Travel Orders: Civilian students typically attend ACSC in TDY status. Please ensure your orders reflect two fund cites: one for FY24 and one for FY25. Also, work with your home station Commercial Travel Office (CTO) and Orders Approving Authority (AO) to help you find lodging in accordance with local per diem rates. Later in the school year, you will need “dual lodging” authorized due to a concurrent TDY.

3. Pay and Leave Records: Because civilian students attend ACSC in a TDY status, their pay and leave records are maintained by their home station. Task sufficient leave prior to arrival at ACSC to avoid a “use or lose” situation during the academic year.

4. Security Clearance: A Secret security clearance is required for ACSC attendance; Top Secret/SSBI is preferred.  If you are currently filling an SCI billet, ask your SSO for a Transfer-in-Status to the AU/SSO (DSN 953-6715/3606 or Comm 334-953-6715) at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  If your current investigation is within 60 days of the 6-year expiration date, you must begin the update process immediately through your current security manager.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

5. Security Training and SSO Read In: To be read in to attend TS/SCI briefings offered at Air University, students possessing the appropriate clearance are required to complete Unauthorized Disclosure training, complete an SCI Pre-Screen Questionnaire, and attend a mass security read in appointment at the beginning of the academic year.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

6. Required Student Data & Forms: All USAF/USSF students must complete the following forms and send via one email to the STUS Org Box at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil NLT Friday, 14 June 2024. These forms can be accessed on the AY25 ACSC Teams Page and will be available March 2024:

a. Student Data Spreadsheet (Excel)

b. Orders and Any Amendments

d. GTC Statement of Understanding

e. DTS Certificates (via https://dtsproweb.defensetravel.osd.mil/dts-app/pubsite/all/view/) for the following courses

1. DTS (Basic) - About DTS

2. DTS (Basic) - DTS Travel Documents (DTS 101)

3. Program & Policies - TDY Travel Policies 101 - within 3 years  

7.Transcripts: All civilian students must request their official undergraduate transcript be mailed or e-mailed to the Air University (AU) Registrar's Office NLT 1 June. AU Registrar contact information: Email: au.admission@us.af.mil; service desk site: https://auservicedesk.af.edu; mail: Air University Registrar, AU/A3RR Registrar Services, 60 Shumacher Avenue, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112. If you have questions, please contact the ACSC Registrar Office at Comm: 334-953-9820 (DSN: 493). Only one transcript is required from either the student’s bachelors or masters degree, not both.

8. Common Access Card (CAC): All inbound students must possess a valid DoD CAC prior to arrival at ACSC. If you do not have one, you must obtain one at the nearest RAPIDS Issuance Facility with two forms of identification.

9. DEERS: All DoD civilians must update their information in DEERS by the first day of class. Each student can verify his/her information in DEERS by going to: https://milconnect.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect/.

1. Civilian Student Liaison: Civilian inbounds should expect to hear from the cvilian liaison, Ms. Suzette Daniel (AFPC Comm: 210-565-58014), NLT April 2024 for guidance and instructions regarding reporting, medical readiness, access, etc. Upon arrival, civilian inbounds will check in with the ACSC Student Squadron team per the published Reporting Instruction.

2. Travel Orders: Civilian students typically attend ACSC in TDY status. Please ensure your orders reflect two fund cites: one for FY24 and one for FY25. Also, work with your home station Commercial Travel Office (CTO) and Orders Approving Authority (AO) to help you find lodging in accordance with local per diem rates. Later in the school year, you will need “dual lodging” authorized due to a concurrent TDY.

3. Pay and Leave Records: Because civilian students attend ACSC in a TDY status, their pay and leave records are maintained by their home station. Task sufficient leave prior to arrival at ACSC to avoid a “use or lose” situation during the academic year.

4. Security Clearance: A Secret security clearance is required for ACSC attendance; Top Secret/SSBI is preferred.  If you are currently filling an SCI billet, ask your SSO for a Transfer-in-Status to the AU/SSO (DSN 953-6715/3606 or Comm 334-953-6715) at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  If your current investigation is within 60 days of the 6-year expiration date, you must begin the update process immediately through your current security manager.  Please note – T5 (New TS) investigations will NOT be submitted after arrival at ACSC.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

5. Security Training and SSO Read In: To be read in to attend TS/SCI briefings offered at Air University, students possessing the appropriate clearance are required to complete Unauthorized Disclosure training, complete an SCI Pre-Screen Questionnaire, and attend a mass security read in appointment at the beginning of the academic year.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

6. Required Student Data & Forms: All USAF/USSF students must complete the following forms and send via one email to the STUS Org Box at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil NLT Friday, 14 June 2024. These forms can be accessed on the AY25 ACSC Teams Page and will be available March 2024:

a. Student Data Spreadsheet (Excel)

b. Orders and Any Amendments

d. GTC Statement of Understanding

e. DTS Certificates (via https://dtsproweb.defensetravel.osd.mil/dts-app/pubsite/all/view/) for the following courses

1. DTS (Basic) - About DTS

2. DTS (Basic) - DTS Travel Documents (DTS 101)

3. Program & Policies - TDY Travel Policies 101 - within 3 years  

7. Transcripts: All civilian students must request their official undergraduate transcript be mailed or e-mailed to the Air University (AU) Registrar's Office NLT 1 June. AU Registrar contact information: Email: au.admission@us.af.mil; service desk site: https://auservicedesk.af.edu; mail: Air University Registrar, AU/A3RR Registrar Services, 60 Shumacher Avenue, Maxwell AFB, AL 36112. If you have questions, please contact the ACSC Registrar Office at Comm: 334-953-9820 (DSN: 493). Only one transcript is required from either the student’s bachelors or masters degree, not both.

8. Base Access: All students must have base access. If you do not have a Common Access Card (CAC) you will need to work with your service/agency representative/advisor to sponsor you to obtain a base access pass for the duration of the academic year.

1. ACSC Concentrations: Inbounds designated as PAS, SANDS, or JADS should expect to hear from their respective concentration faculty NLT April 2024 for concentration-specific guidance and instructions. During sign-in, concentration inbounds typically sign in with the Student Squadron Leadership and subsequently sign-in with their concentration faculty to collect their books and accomplish additional security requirements.  

2. Fitness Standards: USAF inbounds must have a current passing Air Force fitness assessment that will not expire prior to 1 October 2024. USSF Inbounds follow service specific fitness standards.

3. Narrative Only PRF: Have a Narrative-Only PRF completed and routed to AFPC by losing unit prior to departing base (student should retain a signed copy). This is a member and losing senior rater/MPF responsibility. ACSC does not receive or process PRFs. 

4. DEERS: All DoD students must update their information in DEERS by the first day of class. Each student can verify his/her information in DEERS by going to: https://milconnect.dmdc.osd.mil/milconnect/.

5. Security Clearance: PAS Clearance requirement is Top Secret/SSBI for SCI (LAF ONLY); Students selected for JADS will need a TS/SCI clearance; SANDS Clearance requirement is TS/SCI with RD/CNWDI. If you are currently filling an SCI billet, ask your SSO for a Transfer-in-Status to the AU/SSO (DSN 953-6715/3606 or Comm 334-953-6715) at Maxwell AFB, Alabama.  If your current investigation is within 60 days of the 6-year expiration date, you must begin the update process immediately through your current security manager.  Please note – T5 (New TS) request advanced NAC; however, investigations CAN NOT be submitted after arrival at ACSC.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

6. Security Training and SSO Read In: To be read in to attend TS/SCI briefings offered at Air University, students possessing the appropriate clearance are required to complete Unauthorized Disclosure training, complete an SCI Pre-Screen Questionnaire, and attend a mass security read in appointment at the beginning of the academic year.  Please contact the ACSC security manager, Mr. Matthew Lillis, (DSN 493-2712/Comm 334-953-2712) with any security clearance questions.

7. Required Student Data & Forms: All USAF/USSF students must complete the following forms and send via one email to the STUS Org Box at ACSC.STUS.OrgBox@us.af.mil NLT Friday, 14 June 2024. These forms can be accessed on the AY25 ACSC Teams Page and will be available March 2024:

a. Student Data Spreadsheet (Excel)

b. Orders and Any Amendments

c. DD Form 2875 (System Authorization Access Request *filled in and signed by losing unit security manager) and AF Form 4394 (Air Force User Agreement Statement) for NIPR access

NOTE: Student medics who have been provisioned with DHA e-mail will require a different pre-populated 2875 for DHA access at the 42 MDG. More to follow.

d. GTC Statement of Understanding

e. DTS Certificates (via https://dtsproweb.defensetravel.osd.mil/dts-app/pubsite/all/view/) for the following courses

1. DTS (Basic) - About DTS

2. DTS (Basic) - DTS Travel Documents (DTS 101)

3. Program & Policies - TDY Travel Policies 101 - within 3 years  

8. Ancillary Training/MyLearning:  All inbound USAF students are expected to complete annual ancillary training requirements prior to arrival. DoD Cyber Awareness training must be completed prior to arrival at ACSC.

9. IMR Requirements: US Air Force students must maintain current IMR requirements throughout the academic year. Ensure PHA/PHAQs are completed prior to departing losing duty stations. 

10. Common Access Card (CAC): All inbound students must possess a valid DoD CAC prior to arrival at ACSC. If you do not have one, you must obtain one at the nearest RAPIDS Issuance Facility with two forms of identification.