ADVANCED MAGTF INFORMATION OPERATIONS PRACTITIONER COURSE
|FY 2014 SCHEDULE|
|AMIOPC 1-14||3 DEC||20 DEC|
|AMIOPC 2-14||2 JUN||20 JUN|
|The AMIOPC is the pinnacle of the MAGTF IO training continuum and satisfies the formal education requirements for FMOS 0550 Advanced Information Operations Planner. The students completing the pilot course will not only meet the academic requirement for the MOS 0550, they will also assist in evaluating and shaping the course to meet future USMC information operations training needs. AMIOPC is geared toward officers (Capt - LtCol) assigned to a unit's information operations section. The curriculum is designed to teach the integration of information operations into the Marine Corps Planning Process (MCPP) at the Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) level.|
|a. The student will demonstrate the ability to coordinate, plan, and develop the complete Appendix 3 (Information Operations) to Annex C (Operations) to a MEF level OPORD or OPLAN along with all associated tabs. The student will have a thorough understanding of the application of core, supporting, and related IO capabilities. The student will demonstrate knowledge of MCPP, the targeting cycle and coordination with other IO related considerations including legal, contracting, interagency coordination, and key leader engagements.
b. Assigned articles for reading will be provided in the course read-ahead packet as well as during the course execution for reading during designated personal study/preparation time. As a participatory seminar, students will be expected to contribute to discussion based on readings, personal operational experiences, or ideas on best practices. Instructors will offer examples and outlines to steer discussions on the seminar topic. Guest lecturers will offer perspective on current operational TTP, best practices, trends, and/or projected ways ahead.
c. Lessons learned in each seminar will carry forward throughout the AMIOPC course to other core, supporting, or related IO capabilities seminars, as well as during practical application and performance evaluation during the course staff planning exercise. Students, organized into operational planning teams (OPTS), will collectively present their IO CONOP to a board of senior leaders and individually produce a complete Appendix 3 (Information Operations) to Annex C (Operations) along with all associated tabs.
|Rank Requirements: O-3 through O-5
MOS: 0510, Basic Information Operations Staff Officer
Time Remaining in Service: One year remaining upon completion of the course
Security Clearance: Active TS/SCI (must be a U. S. citizen)
Read ahead : Welcome Aboard Letter
|SECRET CLEARANCE: TS/SCI CLEARANCE IS MANDATORY!!
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Security clearance verification must contain the following information: Full name; rank, grade, or rate; date and place of birth; social security number; citizenship of proposed student; name and address of the activity to be visited; date and duration of the proposed visit; security clearance of proposed visitor, investigation type, date of investigation; and phone number and verifying signature of the Security Manager (if Faxed).
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