SUPPORTING ARMS COORDINATION CENTER

COURSE DETAILS
CIN: S-2G-1234
CDP: 10HA
MC CID: N/A
LENGTH: 10 Days
LOCATION: EWTGLANT
TYPE TRAINING: TEAM
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FY 2014 SCHEDULE
     

 


Expeditionary Fires Primer I

SCHEDULING
Course is offered to Amphibious Task Force Supporting Arms Coordination Center (SACC) Teams. Scheduling is on an as-required basis. SACC Team provides own administrative equipment to perform normal operations in an operating SACC. Operation procedures will be in accordance with unit SACC SOPs, doctrinal warfare publications and USMC operational handbooks.
PURPOSE
To review the principles and techniques utilized in the coordination of Supporting Arms. This course will bring together Navy/Marine members in order to train them as a SACC team in the duties, responsibilities, and functioning of a SACC during an amphibious operation. This course is designed to train the SACC Team prior to conducting SACC exercises and deployment.
SCOPE
The SACC course consists of lectures and practical work designed as a review of weapons and weapons systems, explains the principles of fire support planning and the role of intelligence in fire support planning and execution, and culminates in an integrated team trainer scenario. It also covers the principles and techniques involved in fire support coordination during both the planning and execution phases of an operation, defines the roles and responsibilities of SACC personnel, and details the C2 systems and personnel functioning in a SACC. The C2 course of instruction teaches automated processing of fire support coordination on systems that include: Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems (AFATDS), Effects Management Tool (EMT), Command and Control Personal Computer (C2PC), Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS), Navy Fire Control System (NFCS), and Joint Automated Deep Operations Coordination System (JADOCS). The SACC course includes a final written test and practical exercise to determine successful completion of all course requirements in accordance with the Fleet Readiness Training Plan (FRTP). THIS IS A TEAM TRAINER CONCEPT CONSISTING OF NAVY AND MARINE PERSONNEL WHOWILL PERFORM SACC DUTIES ON DEPLOYMENT TO INCLUDE TRAINING ON THE ASSIGNED FLAGSHIP.
PREREQUISITES
  1. Individual must be a member (or detailed to be assigned as a member of):
    1. MEB/ESG/MEU/PHIBRON
    2. TACRON Staff
    3. MAGTF Staff or GCE FSCC member
  2. The majority of the population must be members of an actual ARG/MEU SACC

    Priority for quota assignment is given to those students who are currently assigned to or pending assignment to, a billet directly relating to fire support coordination.
SECURITY CLEARANCE
SECRET CLEARANCE IS MANDATORY.

 

Security clearance verification can be forwarded to the EWTGLANT Security Manager via facsimile using command letterhead or OPNAV Form 5521/27 to DSN: 253-7252 or COMM: 757-462-7252, or via message addressed to EWTGLANT NORFOLK VA//NOOX//.

 

Security clearance verification must contain the fol-lowing 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 pro-posed visitor, investigation type, date of investigation; and phone number and verifying signature of the Security Manager (if faxed).
QUOTA CONTROL
Priority for quota assignment is given to those students who are currently assigned to or pending assignment to, a billet directly relating to fire support coordination.

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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