AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE STAFF PLANNING
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|FY 2017 SCHEDULE|
|To provide Navy and Marine Corps Officers and Staff Non-Commissioned Officers (E6 & above) with the knowledge and skills required to plan amphibious operations. This training focuses on the tasks performed by officers and senior enlisted assigned to the primary and special staff sections of the Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) and Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU).|
|The course details the six steps in the Marine Corps Planning Process (MCPP) and Navy Planning Process (NPP), providing students with an understanding of the planning framework, staff activities and required outputs necessary to successfully plan amphibious operations. It is designed to impart on students specific knowledge and skills to effectively operate as part of an ARG/MEU staff. Student will be assigned a principal or special staff position within the ARG/MEU for practical application exercises. The students will utilize a realistic configuration of Navy and Marine Corps assets during practical applications and apply them to scenarios that are in accordance with likely mission profiles for an ARG/MEU. Students will be evaluated on a performance based evaluation during a mission confirmation brief.|
|USN Commissioned Officers and Senior Enlisted personnel (E-6 & above) assigned to amphibious ships, Naval Construction, PHIBRON, NAVBEACHGRU, SPECWARGRU, TACGRU/TACRON, or Marine Expeditionary Units staffs. Students are required to be graduates of Amphibious Warfare Indoctrination (K-2G-0037) or have six months experience aboard an amphibious unit/staff. USMC active and reserve components: Commander, principal and special staff officers of a designated MAGTF or Major Subordinate Element (MSE). Waivers will be considered by the course manager.
Amphibious Warfare Indoctrination (AWI) is offered at EWTGLANT. Click here for more information about the AWI course.
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