AMPHIBIOUS AIRSPACE OPERATIONS COORDINATION

COURSE DETAILS
CIN: J-2G-0044A
CDP: 338S
MC CID: N03GCV1
LENGTH: 2.5 Days (MTT)
5 Days (RESIDENT W/ AWI COURSE)
LOCATION: EWTGLANT & MTT
TYPE TRAINING: INDIVIDUAL
MTT
W/ AWI COURSE
MASL: P124054
ROOM: 189
TIME: 0730
This course is available as resident, MTT, or in conjunction with AWI.

Upon arrival please review the hallway monitor for current course location and time.

 

FY 2014 SCHEDULE
21-OCT thru 25-OCT
06-JAN thru 10-JAN
03-MAR thru 07-MAR
05-MAY thru 09-MAY
16-JUN thru 20-JUN
18-AUG thru 22-AUG

 

FY 2015 SCHEDULE
05-JAN thru 09-JAN
26-JAN thru 30-JAN
23-FEB thru 27-FEB
20-APR thru 24-APR
15-JUN thru 19-JUN
27-JUL thru 31-JUL
24-AUG thru 28-AUG

 


Amphibious Airspace Operations Coordination

PURPOSE
To provide officers and staff noncommissioned officers/senior petty officers (E-5 to 0-6) training in the coordination and execution of Expeditionary/Amphibious Air Operations. Emphasis is placed on the systems, personnel, and equipment used to execute Air Operations in support of Amphibious Task Force (ATFs) and Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) objectives. This course also provides instruction in the concepts for Joint Force use of airspace; the integration of ATF air operations into the CWC concept; airspace control agencies/organizations governing ATF air operations; command and control of air operations within the ATF; aviation platforms in the ATF; airspace control documents; airspace control measures utilized in the amphibious environment; phasing command and control of aviation ashore; and air operations coordination and execution issues unique to workups.
SCOPE
The AAOC course is designed to provide instruction in the organization and function of Air space Control Systems used in Expeditionary and Amphibious operations. Emphasis is placed on the systems established to support Naval Expeditionary Forces, Amphibious task forces and Marine Air-Ground Task Forces. AAOC course provides instruction in the concepts for Joint Force use of Airspace, organization of airspace control agencies of the separate DOD services, Command and Control responsibilities of joint force air component commander (JFACC), Airspace Control Authority (ACA), area air defense commander (AADC), typical procedural control measures used during amphibious operations, and an introduction to Amphibious Airspace Planning.
AUDIENCE
Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) operations/plans personnel, Amphibious Squadron (PHIBRON) watch standers and staff, amphibious ship CIC watch standers, Tactical Air Control Squadron (TACRON) watchstanders, MEU Air Officers, Air Combat Element staff, and personnel involved with amphibious/expeditionary air planning and execution.
PREREQUISITES
Officers and SNCOs/POs (pay grades E-5 and above) and selected E-2 to E-4 in billets that control aircraft. The primary student population is personnel assigned to billets in the Navy Tactical Air Control System (NCTACS- TACC, HDC, AATCC, CIC watch standers, and those responsible for command and control of aircraft and air capable shipping) and Marine Air Command and Control System (MACCS) organizations and personnel who conduct fire support coordination or airspace management functions within expeditionary/ amphibious forces. Personnel below E-5 must be assigned to an organization/unit and be in a billet that controls air-space and/or aircraft.
QUOTA CONTROL
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Phone: (757) 462-4504 / 4505, DSN: 253-4504 / 4505
FAX: (757) 462-7343, DSN: 253-7343
E-MAIL questions regarding quotas or cancellations to ewtglant_quotas@navy.mil