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ClassificationCourse NameCourse DescriptionTarget AudienceDelivery MethodDuration
ClassifiedAdvanced Assaulter CourseNot availableAFGSC security forcesIn residence14 Days
ClassifiedBasic Assaulter CourseNot availableAFGSC security forcesIn residence10 Days
ClassifiedFighter Aircraft Nuclear Weapons Inst TrainingNot availableAETCIn residence4 days
ClassifiedIntelligence Formal Training UnitStudents are taught in the core capabilities of nuclear and long-range conventional operations in order to complete Initial Qualification Training.AFGSCIn residence15 Days
UnclassifiedJoint DoD/DOE Nuclear Surety Exec CourseExecutive-level program offering an overview of safety, security, and control aspects of the US nuclear weapons program.AETCIn residence1-2 days
ClassifiedJoint Nuclear Command and ControlThis course is designed to train personnel the basic fundamentals/knowledge of Emergency Actions Procedures and service directives pertaining to nuclear plans.USSTRATCOMIn residence12 Days
ClassifiedJoint Nuclear EOD CourseThe program focuses on nuclear weapons hazards, stockpile safety features and safeguards, weapons development, and response to a nuclear weapon accident/incident as part of the Initial Response Force (IRF) and Response Task Force (RTF).AF EODIn residence5 days
ClassifiedNATO Nuclear Command Control and Reporting SystemDevelops students who can use the NATO Nuclear Command and Control Reporting procedures within Allied Command Operations.NATOIn residence5 Days
ClassifiedNATO Nuclear Policy CourseProvides students with foundational knowledge of NATO's nuclear policy, its nuclear capabilities, and the associated political consultation process.NATOIn residence5 Days
ClassifiedNATO Nuclear Surety Management CoursePrepares students to apply NATO nuclear surety requirements and procedures for NATO and custodial forces within Allied Command Operations.NATOIn residence5 Days
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UnclassifiedDeterrence Education - AFIT Department of Extension StudiesAFIT has engaged in contractual agreements with Harvard University, Kings College London, Missouri State University, and Henley-Putnam University to provide relevant education for select AFGSC Airmen.Military and civiliansDistance learningVaries
UnclassifiedDual Deterrence - NC3 Education - AFIT Department of Extension StudiesAFIT has engaged in contractual agreements with Stanford University to provide relevant education for select AFGSC Airmen.Military and civiliansDistance learningVaries
UnclassifiedNC3 Education - AFIT Department of Extension StudiesAFIT has engaged in contractual agreements with Naval Postgraduate School, Portland State, and Southern Methodist to provide relevant education for select AFGSC Airmen.Military and civiliansDistance learningVaries
UnclassifiedArms Control and NonproliferationThis AWC/ACSC course is intended to develop student knowledge development, production, stockpiling, proliferation, and usage of Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological weapons, and Arms control and NP programs and treaties designed to stop proliferation.Military and civiliansIn residence30 hrs
UnclassifiedBiological and Nuclear WeaponsThis ACSC course focuses on understanding the threats of biological and nuclear weapons proliferation and responses to them.Military and civiliansIn residence30 hrs
UnclassifiedDeterrenceThe eSchool of Graduate PME offers an introductory course on the use of coercive diplomacy, in general, and in particular, the use of threat to prevent adversarial action - deterrence.Air Force CaptainsDistance learning15 hrs
ClassifiedDeterrence Research Task Force ElectiveThis two-term course includes students from AWC and ACSC that will examine an overarching deterrence and nuclear focused research question throughout the course. Students will gain advanced knowledge of deterrence concepts, nuclear policy, and nuclear strategy and operations.Military and civiliansIn residence60 hrs
UnclassifiedNuclear WargamesThis AWC/ASCS course examines the employment of nuclear weapons in both strategic and operational military operations through the use of three commercial wargames.Military and civiliansIn residence30 hrs
UnclassifiedNuclear Weapons and International Security in the 21st CenturyThis ACSC course aims to address the gap in strategic thinking on the role of nuclear weapons in international security.Military and civiliansIn residence30 hrs
UnclassifiedPolitics of Nuclear WeaponsThis AWC course investigates a series of key questions dealing with the politics of nuclear weapons. This class is not designed to give an in-depth understanding of any one particular case or to make an expert in a specific area relevant to nuclear weapons. Rather, the intent is to introduce you to a broad range of evidence, ideas, and approaches relevant to major policy debates about the bomb.Military and civiliansIn residence30 hrs
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SECRET//Restricted Data-CNWDIAdvanced Weapons Operators Course (AWOC) : DNWS NW 112, USN S-140-0002The Advanced Weapons Operators Course (AWOC) a is a two-day course that covers basic nuclear weapons design and effects, the evolution of nuclear policy, and the nuclear enterprise. Students also get S//RD-CNWDI tour of the Nuclear Weapons Instructional Museum (NWIM). The purpose of the course is to assist the nuclear weapons community by shaping and educating the next generation of operators and their understanding of nuclear deterrence and the US Nuclear Enterprise.Military and government civiliansIn residence - 4x / yr2 days (16 hrs)
UnclassifiedApplied Radiological Response Techniques Level 1 (ARRT-1): DNWS NR200DL; USA DNWS-RO27A distance learning course exploring the basic theory of radiation sciences and concepts of radiological response field application. Course material covers radioactivity, detection principles, applied calculations, control measres, and survey planning. Completion is required to attend ARRT-2.Response technicians for radiological responseOnline/ Distance Learning16 hrs
UnclassifiedApplied Radiological Response Techniques Level 2 (ARRT-2): DNWS NR 401; USA DNWS-RO27; USN S-140-0013; NM DPS NM15510ARRT-2 is an applications follow-on course to ARRT-1 theory focusing on applied radiological problem solving methods. Approximately 20 percent of the course is based in detector laboratories while the remaining course time is used to experience actual hands-on radiological experiences and interpretation of survey data. Attendees should bring appropriate dress for outdoor activities.Individuals or small teams with a radiological response missionIn residence - 6x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
UnclassifiedApplied Radiological Response Techniques Level 3 (ARRT-3): USN S-140-0014Advanced exercise for incident response organizations requiring an environment in which to practice technical capabilities against unknown radiological situations. An open format of field exercises is used to test a unit's techniques, tactics, and procedures against a radiological incident. This course focuses on real-world team exercises. DNWS staff will design scenarios to meet the clients need.Incident response organizations that require an environment to practice technical capabilities against unknown radiological situationsIn residence - 3x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
Classified (SECRET//CNWDI)Defense Integration and Management of Nuclear Data Services (DIAMONDS): NW130Defense Integration and Management of Nuclear Data Services (DIAMONDS) Training is a three-day course that provides prospective and current DIAMONDS users hands-on familiarization training with the national nuclear stockpile's sole accountability database. Content of this course outlines current practices for generation, process, and submission of nuclear accountability transactions in the DIAMONDS system, as well as, the incorporation of DOD nuclear weapons accountability policies and procedures. Students should already be familiar with nuclear accountability transactions outside of DIAMONDS.Air Force, Navy, and Army active duty and civiliansBy request only3 days (24 hrs)
UnclassifiedPersonnel Reliability Assurance Program (PRAP):DNWS NI101DLThe DOD Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) course is designed to introduce baseline DOD PRP fundamentals and concepts to personnel who are assigned duty involving nuclear weapons or nuclear command and control systems. The course addresses PRP concepts, roles, responsibilities, and processes in support of nuclear surety and further explains these concepts in relationship to real-world scenarios.PRP monitors, Certifying Officials, Competent Medical Authorities, and Reviewing OfficialsOnline/ Distance Learning12 hrs
UnclassifiedIntroduction to Radiological and Nuclear Incident Response (IRNIR): DNWS NR 100; USN S-140-0008; DHS DOD-001-COMM; NM DPS NM180524IRNIR is a two-day awareness-level course that provides instruction on basic radiation science; fundamentals of nuclear weapons and radiological dispersal devices; radiological terrorism; medical and psychological effects of radiation exposure; crisis communication; radiation hazards, detection equipment, personal protective equipment, and decontamination; and Federal incident response. This course may also be brought to your organization via a mobile training team.DOD Active, Guard, and Reserve first and second responders; Federal, state, and local responders and emergency managers.In residence; MTT available upon request2 days (16 hrs)
ClassifiedJoint CWMD Planning Course (JCPC)CPC introduces students to US Government (USG) and Department of Defense (DOD) policy, strategy, doctrine, and planning related to CWMD. The course teaches students to recognize CWMD equities in an operational context and demonstrates how to incorporate them into the Joint Operational Planning Process (JOPP). The first half of the course focuses on the three lines of effort (prevent acquisition, contain and reduce threats, and respond to crises) and the four CWMD Activities with their supporting tasks identified in the DoD Strategy for Countering WMD and joint doctrine. The second half of the course takes students through select areas of the JOPP and merges CWMD and JOPP concepts through a series of facilitator-led, small-group planning exercises.Military: E7E9, O3O6, civilian equivalentBy request only5 days (40 hrs)
ClassifiedJoint DOD-DOE Nuclear Surety Executive Course (JNSEC): DNWS NW201 and NW210M; USAF JBOZD32E1DOODA; USN S-140-0003The Joint DOD-DOE Nuclear Surety Exec's Course (JNSEC) is an executive -level program offering an overview of safety, security, and C3 aspects of the US nuclear weapons program.Senior military and Federal employeesIn residence - 4x / yr; Mobile Training Team - 2x / yrIn residence - 2 days (16 hrs) @ DNWS w/ NWIM tour; MTT - 1 Day (8 hrs) in D.C. area
ClassifiedJoint Nuclear Explosive Ordnance Disposal (JNEODC): USAF J5AZO3E871 00DA; DNWS-NR-250; USA DNWS-R006; USN S-140-0011; USMC F04L2Y1Provides detailed sustainment training for EOD technicians when responding to nuclear weapons accidents as part of the initial response force. The program focuses on nuclear weapons hazards, stockpile safety features and safeguards, weapons development, and response to a nuclear weapon accident/incident.EOD personnelIn residence - 6x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
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ClassifiedAdvanced ICBM Operations Course (AIOC)Provides a deeper understanding of and an appreciation for the nuclear enterprise of the United States, and will be able to confidently discuss various attributes of the enterprise while building upon their expertise as a member of the United States' nuclear enterprise.Missile Operations personnel with a minimum of 4 to 6 yrs of ICBM experienceIn residence combined with four other specific site visits - 4x / yr14 days (87.3 hrs)
UnclassifiedAFGSC Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksman (NADM) CourseQualification with both the M-24 and M-107 weapon systems placing emphasis on enhanced observation and reporting of battlefield intelligence, counter sniper operations in both rural and urban terrain, in support of nuclear resource protection/recovery operations. Additional specialized training in Helicopter integration using UH-1N platform.8 AF/20 AF Security Forces designated personnelIn residence - 2x / yr19 days
UnclassifiedAFGSC Nuclear Combat SkillsDesigned to familiarize nuclear Security Force members with basic job skills and can also be used as a stepping stone for follow-on courses offered by the NSTTC. Course includes five days of intense weapons firing including CQB, IMT/SUT, distance firing, marksmanship skills, Shoot-Move-Communicate and various other skills.8 AF/20 AF Security Forces designated personnelIn residence - 12x / yr5 days
UnclassifiedAFGSC Nuclear Integration (Leadership) CourseDesigned as a train leadership in both the missile field and bomber generation areas. Course is designed for E-5 through O-3. This course will discuss basic tactics, techniques, and procedures for organizing and leading nuclear security response force and/or backup force in recapture operations. Students will be taught the role of all facets of integration dealing with nuclear security to include TRF, Helos, MCC, and RF/BF. Additionally students will fire weapons associated with their subordinate's duties. This course will enable students to develop training scenarios specific to their mission and conduct home station training (train the trainer). Finally the course will cover multiple classified topics to include Mighty Guardian lessons learned, NSTCA, and nuclear deviations.8 AF/20 AF Security Forces personnel targeting trainers, evaluators, E5 thru O3 assigned to Nuclear Security Operations.In residence - 4x / yr10 days
UnclassifiedAFGSC Nuclear Security Assaulters CourseProvides training in close quarter battle, advanced small unit tactics for open area maneuver and site closure techniques for all nuclear resource configurations. The course progresses to specialized facility entry techniques. Special emphasis is placed on in extremis assault and threat neutralization. Includes combined field training and certifying exercise that certifies snipers, breachers, and assaulters as a team.20 AF Security Forces TRF membersIn residence - 2x / yr30 days
UnclassifiedAFGSC Nuclear Security Breachers CourseProvides training for explosives, mechanical, thermal breaching for all Nuclear resource configurations. A broad understanding of both commercial and military energetic materials is presented. Post recapture stabilization, emergency stabilization procedures and specialized interruption techniques are also taught.8 AF/20 AF Security Forces designated personnelIn residence - 4x / yr10 days
UnclassifiedAFGSC Road Warrior Convoy TrainingMulti-agency Convoy Training conducted by AFGSC/A7S, 620 GCTS, and the National Nuclear Security Administration, Office of Secure Transportation (NNSA/OST). Provides Convoy Response Force (CRF) and Tactical Response Force (TRF) personnel the opportunity to exercise and validate convoy Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs).20 AF convoy personnelIn residence - 1x / yr25 days
ClassifiedICBM Weapons Instructor Course (ICBM WIC)Develops officers through advanced instructor training in the planning, posturing and employment of the Minuteman III ICBM and US nuclear weapons through all phases of conflict. The ICBM WIC trains weapons instructors possessing the knowledge and skills necessary to provide weapons and tactics expertise at the squadron, wing, and higher headquarters level. Graduates will lead unit weapons and tactics development and provide in-depth expertise throughout the ICBM community and nuclear enterprise. Graduates are trained to be experts in the full array of weapons and weapons-related equipment allowing them to integrate with other weapons systems to increase the effectiveness of joint force employment.Qualified 13S officers.In residence - 2x / yr102 days (960 hrs)
ClassifiedICBM Weapons School Prep Course (WSPC)Prepares AFGSC ICBM candidates for the USAF Weapons School. The WSPC highlights school expectations, prepares students for the course paper and teaches the debrief process among other topics.AFGSC/20th AF/ICBM WSPC candidatesIn residence - 2x / yr4 days (32 hrs)
ClassifiedMaintenance Evaluator CourseDesigned to train missile maintenance technicians on the duties, requirements, and responsibilities of the quality assurance section. It also prepares them to accurately assess the unit's effectiveness by evaluating personnel and procedures, and inspecting facilities, equipment, vehicles, technical order, and managerial guidance. Air Force and Air Force Global Strike Command instructions are correlated with the course content. Students are given the opportunity in the classroom to apply knowledge and skills that will enable them to accomplish the required evaluations and inspections.AFGSC/20th AF/ICBM Maintenance EvaluatorsIn residence - 4x / yr8 days (61 hrs)
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SECRET//Restricted Data-CNWDIAdvanced Weapons Operators Course (AWOC) : DNWS NW 112, USN S-140-0002The Advanced Weapons Operators Course (AWOC) a is a two-day course that covers basic nuclear weapons design and effects, the evolution of nuclear policy, and the nuclear enterprise. Students also get S//RD-CNWDI tour of the Nuclear Weapons Instructional Museum (NWIM). The purpose of the course is to assist the nuclear weapons community by shaping and educating the next generation of operators and their understanding of nuclear deterrence and the US Nuclear Enterprise.Military and government civiliansIn residence - 4x / yr2 days (16 hrs)
UnclassifiedApplied Radiological Response Techniques Level 1 (ARRT-1): DNWS NR200DL; USA DNWS-RO27A distance learning course exploring the basic theory of radiation sciences and concepts of radiological response field application. Course material covers radioactivity, detection principles, applied calculations, control measres, and survey planning. Completion is required to attend ARRT-2.Response technicians for radiological responseOnline/ Distance Learning16 hrs
UnclassifiedApplied Radiological Response Techniques Level 2 (ARRT-2): DNWS NR 401; USA DNWS-RO27; USN S-140-0013; NM DPS NM15510ARRT-2 is an applications follow-on course to ARRT-1 theory focusing on applied radiological problem solving methods. Approximately 20 percent of the course is based in detector laboratories while the remaining course time is used to experience actual hands-on radiological experiences and interpretation of survey data. Attendees should bring appropriate dress for outdoor activities.Individuals or small teams with a radiological response missionIn residence - 6x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
UnclassifiedApplied Radiological Response Techniques Level 3 (ARRT-3): USN S-140-0014Advanced exercise for incident response organizations requiring an environment in which to practice technical capabilities against unknown radiological situations. An open format of field exercises is used to test a unit's techniques, tactics, and procedures against a radiological incident. This course focuses on real-world team exercises. DNWS staff will design scenarios to meet the clients need.Incident response organizations that require an environment to practice technical capabilities against unknown radiological situationsIn residence - 3x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
Classified (SECRET//CNWDI)Defense Integration and Management of Nuclear Data Services (DIAMONDS): NW130Defense Integration and Management of Nuclear Data Services (DIAMONDS) Training is a three-day course that provides prospective and current DIAMONDS users hands-on familiarization training with the national nuclear stockpile's sole accountability database. Content of this course outlines current practices for generation, process, and submission of nuclear accountability transactions in the DIAMONDS system, as well as, the incorporation of DOD nuclear weapons accountability policies and procedures. Students should already be familiar with nuclear accountability transactions outside of DIAMONDS.Air Force, Navy, and Army active duty and civiliansBy request only3 days (24 hrs)
UnclassifiedPersonnel Reliability Assurance Program (PRAP):DNWS NI101DLThe DOD Personnel Reliability Program (PRP) course is designed to introduce baseline DOD PRP fundamentals and concepts to personnel who are assigned duty involving nuclear weapons or nuclear command and control systems. The course addresses PRP concepts, roles, responsibilities, and processes in support of nuclear surety and further explains these concepts in relationship to real-world scenarios.PRP monitors, Certifying Officials, Competent Medical Authorities, and Reviewing OfficialsOnline/ Distance Learning12 hrs
UnclassifiedIntroduction to Radiological and Nuclear Incident Response (IRNIR): DNWS NR 100; USN S-140-0008; DHS DOD-001-COMM; NM DPS NM180524IRNIR is a two-day awareness-level course that provides instruction on basic radiation science; fundamentals of nuclear weapons and radiological dispersal devices; radiological terrorism; medical and psychological effects of radiation exposure; crisis communication; radiation hazards, detection equipment, personal protective equipment, and decontamination; and Federal incident response. This course may also be brought to your organization via a mobile training team.DOD Active, Guard, and Reserve first and second responders; Federal, state, and local responders and emergency managers.In residence; MTT available upon request2 days (16 hrs)
ClassifiedJoint CWMD Planning Course (JCPC)CPC introduces students to US Government (USG) and Department of Defense (DOD) policy, strategy, doctrine, and planning related to CWMD. The course teaches students to recognize CWMD equities in an operational context and demonstrates how to incorporate them into the Joint Operational Planning Process (JOPP). The first half of the course focuses on the three lines of effort (prevent acquisition, contain and reduce threats, and respond to crises) and the four CWMD Activities with their supporting tasks identified in the DoD Strategy for Countering WMD and joint doctrine. The second half of the course takes students through select areas of the JOPP and merges CWMD and JOPP concepts through a series of facilitator-led, small-group planning exercises.Military: E7E9, O3O6, civilian equivalentBy request only5 days (40 hrs)
ClassifiedJoint DOD-DOE Nuclear Surety Executive Course (JNSEC): DNWS NW201 and NW210M; USAF JBOZD32E1DOODA; USN S-140-0003The Joint DOD-DOE Nuclear Surety Exec's Course (JNSEC) is an executive -level program offering an overview of safety, security, and C3 aspects of the US nuclear weapons program.Senior military and Federal employeesIn residence - 4x / yr; Mobile Training Team - 2x / yrIn residence - 2 days (16 hrs) @ DNWS w/ NWIM tour; MTT - 1 Day (8 hrs) in D.C. area
ClassifiedJoint Nuclear Explosive Ordnance Disposal (JNEODC): USAF J5AZO3E871 00DA; DNWS-NR-250; USA DNWS-R006; USN S-140-0011; USMC F04L2Y1Provides detailed sustainment training for EOD technicians when responding to nuclear weapons accidents as part of the initial response force. The program focuses on nuclear weapons hazards, stockpile safety features and safeguards, weapons development, and response to a nuclear weapon accident/incident.EOD personnelIn residence - 6x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
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ClassifiedCommand Post CourseDesigned as an introduction to the nuclear operations and procedures performed at nuclear Command Posts throughout USAFE. Command Post (CP) controllers newly assigned to nuclear-capable must attend this course, which emphasizes the nuclear culture with objectives encompassing the USEUCOM, USAFE and NATO Alerting System; Command and Control (C2) Emergency Action Message (EAM) message processing; nuclear Command and Control communications systems and cryptographic security; surety reporting procedures; and other topics common to USAFE Command Posts.CP OIC, Supt, and ControllerIn residence or Mobile Training Team - 12x / yr9 days (72 hrs)
ClassifiedCommand Post Training Managers CourseDesigned to provide all newly assigned CP Training Managers (TM) (nuclear-capable and conventional units) with the fundamentals necessary to develop and administer an effective training program IAW Chapter 7 of the USAFE Supplement to AFI 10-207 and the AF/USAFE Master Training Plan. Course topics include development of performance and knowledge-based objectives for Nuclear Surety evaluations and testing and 100% task coverage. The course facilitates unit training plan development for evaluation scripts and testing databases.CP TMIn residence - 2x / yr2 days (16 hrs)
ClassifiedIndividual Aircraft Mission Certification CourseDesigned to ensure the Lead Host Nation Certifying Officer is proficient in the performance of duties specifically related to the Aircraft Mission Certification process. Students will gain a thorough understanding of Weapon System Certification and Individual Aircraft Mission Certification terms and definitions; Certifier responsibilities in accordance with ACO Directive 80-76, NATO Nuclear Certification; receive clarification of guidance in ACE Dir 80-6; Certification Partners and responsibilities of each; and an Individual Aircraft Mission Certification Walk-through.Lead Host Nation Certifying Officer (per ACO Dir 80-76)Mobile Training Team - on request.1 Day (5 hrs)
ClassifiedLoad Monitors CourseDesigned to provide training and guidance to establish an effective Load Monitor program, unique to USAFE MUNSS units. Students spend two days in residence understanding AF and SHAPE guidance and oversight of the nuclear weapons loading program. Students will also analyze practices in terms of custody concepts, aircraft certification, support equipment, and technical data. The second part of the course is an emphasis on Host Nation/MUNSS relationships; aircraft generation procedures; the loading certification program; and personnel and aircraft certification documentation.2WXs Load Monitor and Senior Load MonitorIn residence - 4x / yr2 days (16 hrs)
ClassifiedNuclear Managers CourseDesigned to educate our mid-level military and civilian leaders on nuclear weapons management to develop and maintain a consistently higher level of expertise on nuclear weapons issues, thereby enhancing nuclear surety and strengthening our nuclear culture. The format of the course allows for sharing of individual knowledge and experience in a classroom setting dedicated to discussing nuclear issues with lectures and guidance by nuclear enterprise subject matter experts. The course provides the broad perspective necessary to aid in the accomplishment of management duties within the Air Force and USAFE nuclear enterprise.21M and 31P CGOs; MOB Flt/ CC; SF OPS OIC/Supt; CP OIC/Supt; MASO ; 3PX and 2WX SNCOs; EET; Weapon safety mngr; MUNSS CEM; MOB Wing weapons mngr; Senior load monitor; Senior 2W2In residence - 4x / yr3 days (24 hrs)
ClassifiedNuclear Managers Course for Visiting TeamsDesigned to educate our mid-level military and civilian leaders on nuclear weapons management to develop and maintain a consistently higher level of expertise on nuclear weapons issues, thereby enhancing nuclear surety and strengthening our nuclear culture. The format of the course allows for sharing of individual knowledge and experience in a classroom setting dedicated to discussing nuclear issues with lectures and guidance by nuclear enterprise subject matter experts. The course provides the broad perspective necessary to aid in the accomplishment of management duties within the Air Force and USAFE nuclear enterprise.21M and 31P CGOs; MOB Flt/ CC; SF OPS OIC/Supt; CP OIC/Supt; MASO ; 3PX and 2WX SNCOs; EET; Weapon safety mngr; MUNSS CEM; MOB Wing weapons mngr; Senior load monitor; Senior 2W2In residence - 4x / yr1 Day (8 hrs)
UnclassifiedPersonnel Reliability ProgramDesigned to provide a fundamental understanding of Department of Defense and Air Force guidance governing PRP. The course is conducted with a target audience of all MOB Military Treatment Facilities PRP monitors with authorized PRP positions, MUNSS Independent Duty Medical Technicians, and MUNSS PRP monitors. Certifying Officials and Competent Medical Authorities are encouraged to attend. The PRP Monitor Course places an emphasis on case studies within the nuclear enterprise and supports the nuclear culture via critical mission administrative and manning issues at nuclear capable MOBs and MUNSS units.MOB/MUNSS PRP Monitor, MUNSS IDMTIn residence - 2x / yr2 days (16 hrs)
ClassifiedSenior Leaders Nuclear CourseSupports the nuclear surety program by introducing wing, group, and squadron commanders and senior enlisted leaders at nuclear-capable units to the basic concepts and programs that support the nuclear surety. The broad view provided by the SLNC creates a standard frame of reference across USAFE leadership to support our nuclear mission, capabilities and issues. Leaders learn and discuss the Air Force nuclear surety mission, force structure, policies, and challenges. The course provides leaders with the opportunity to explore the nuclear community and the relationships between EUCOM, SHAPE/NATO, DoD and the Air Force within the nuclear weapons complex.Nuclear Wing, Group, and Squadron CCsIn residence and Mobile Training Team - 4x / yr1 Day (4.5 hrs)
ClassifiedWeapons Maintenance Road Show / 2W2 QA CourseDesigned to provide extensive lessons and hands-on weapon specific training for all USAFE 2W2 Quality Assurance representatives, maintenance trainers, and Bay Chiefs. The first four days of the course, focused at the weapons maintenance level, is designed to develop a cadre of knowledgeable weapons personnel at both MOB and MUNSS units and lead to a higher level of expertise on nuclear weapons issues. The final day of the course is designed to provide 2W2 Maintenance Quality Assurance Evaluators with a standardized foundation to evaluate nuclear weapons maintenance tasks. The training includes discussion of AFI 21-200, Munitions and Missile Maintenance Management (u), Chapter 8 requirements and 2W2 QA scope of responsibilities. Class lecture and hands-on exercises will include building and inspection plan, conducting an inspection, grading and writing a report and evaluating a maintenance task.2W2 QAs, Weapons Maintenance Trainers, and Bay ChiefsMobile Training Team - 4x / yr5 days (40 hrs)
ClassifiedWeapons Maintenance Supervisors CourseDesigned to provide extensive training for Bay Chiefs and weapons maintenance supervisors. The course will cover a wide range of weapons maintenance fundamentals, such as WS3 communications security (COMSEC), Quality Assurance (AQ), maintenance management and shipment scheduling, Permissive Action Link (PAL) policy and procedures, weapons maintenance and inspection criteria, and Unsatisfactory Reports.(2WXs): Maintenance superintendents, Section Supervisors (NCOIC), Flight Chiefs, Senior 2W2In residence - 4x / yr3 days (24 hrs)
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