NAVAL SURFACE FIRE SUPPORT MK-86
|LOCATION:||EWTGLANT & MTT|
|Upon arrival please review the hallway monitor for current course location and time.|
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|MK 86 IMPASS Brief (2015)|
|MK 86 IMPASS Pre-Arrival Brief (2015)|
|MOD 11 IMPASS Brief (2015)|
|MOD 11 IMPASS Pre-Arrival Brief (2015)|
|FY 2015 SCHEDULE|
|Upon Unit Request.
Contact Division Scheduler.
COMM: (757) 462-7309
|To provide a Naval Surface Fire Support Team with training in the proper execution of Naval Gunfire Support (NSFS) to conduct safe and effective firing. This includes procedures outlined in FXP-5, NWP 3-09.11M, ATP-4 (series), CNSFINST 3502.1 (series). Modifications made by Fleet Commanders are incorporated in the course.|
|Course provides classroom/lab instruction in the operational procedures used in NSFS. The course emphasizes development of team proficiency through detailed instruction and closely supervised simulated NSFS missions. This course is taught aboard ship by a Mobile Training Team (MTT) utilizing a 20E19 Mobile Training Device and at EWTGLANT utilizing a 20E18 Training Device to evaluate the simulated fall of shot.|
|Team members must have basic skills and fundamental knowledge of their rate prior to attending the course. The Gunnery Liaison Officer (GLO) will be familiar with capabilities and limitations of the ship's Gunfire Control System and the ships Gunnery/Combat Systems Doctrine and basic gunnery procedures. Team members must possess basic skills and fundamental knowledge of the position they are to fill on the NSFS team, and have read all applicable sections of their ships Gunnery/Combat Systems Doctrine. Gun Fire Control System (GFCS) operators must be PQS qualified in their watchstation. Commencing training without meeting the aforementioned prerequisites precludes meaningful training and often results in course failure.|
|Contact the course manager to obtain a quota.
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|See CNSFINST 3502.1 (series) for detailed information on obtaining quotas, team composition requirements and other administrative details. MTT utilizes the 20E19 Mobile Training Device or in-house training utilizing the 20E18 Training Device will be employed for this course. MTT's will not be scheduled with conflicting requirements, such as, ULTRA, underway periods, etc.|