ENHANCED POSITION LOCATION REPORTING SYSTEM FOR AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT DIRECTION SYSTEM

COURSE DETAILS
CIN: W-101-1109
CDP: 04UN
LENGTH: 10 Days
LOCATION: EWTGLANT
TYPE TRAINING: INDIVIDUAL
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FY 2017 SCHEDULE
17 OCT thru 28 OCT
23 JAN thru 03 FEB
10 APR thru 21 APR
10 JUL thru 21 JUL


PURPOSE
Purpose: To provide the student with knowledge and skills to operate and maintain the Enhanced Position Location Reporting System (EPLRS) for the Amphibious Assault Direction Systems (AADS) radio network; including manipulating the EPLRS Network Planner (ENP), the tools involved to initialize the network, and manage an EPLRS Network Deployment Plan used during Amphibious Warfare Operations.
SCOPE
This course is to train personnel on the EPLRS system, which is the primary communications backbone for AADS. Students will learn the use of EPLRS Network Planner (ENP) to manage an EPLRS Network. Students will become knowledgeable with system cryptographic procedures, system timing structure, admin commands, and Internet Protocol (IP) routing requirements to initialize, manage, monitor, and provide Command and Control capability during Amphibious Warfare Operations.
PREREQUISITES
Secret Clearance
QUOTA CONTROL
Primary POC: (757) 417-6778 x-7
Quota Control: Quotas can be obtained via the CANTRAC.

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Phone: (757) 462-4504 / 4505, DSN: 253-4504 / 4505
FAX: (757) 462-7343, DSN: 253-7343
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