AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT DIRECTION SYSTEM OPERATOR & MAINTAINER

COURSE DETAILS
CIN: W-101-1110
CDP: 04U0
LENGTH: 5 Days
LOCATION: EWTGLANT
TYPE TRAINING: INDIVIDUAL
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FY 2014 SCHEDULE
     
     


PURPOSE
To provide the student with knowledge of Amphibious Assault Direction System (AADS) with EPLRS Command and Control During Amphibious Operations and provide the skills necessary to perform system operation, maintenance and subsystem interface functions.
SCOPE
This course trains members of a CIC/CCC Watch Team and Craft Operators to provide Command and Control management during LCAC and LCU Amphibious Boat Control Operations. Students will spend approximately 40% of this course in the classroom learning A ADS theory and 60% applying these skills in a lab environment. Students will energize the AADS computer workstation and set up the system to interface with the GCCS-M System, utilizing the EPLRS ENM software deployment plan. They will become familiarized with system Cryptographic processes and configure and operate the Alternate Display Computer. Students will monitor the Amphibious Operations' tactical situation, log mission data, back-up these log files and access the AADS Event Viewer, if required. Students will also become familiar with basic system troubleshooting procedures. Maintenance personnel will learn and demonstrate computer workstation and overall AADS Preventative Maintenance System (PMS) procedures.

 

Maintenance personnel will learn and demonstrate computer workstation and overall AADS Preventative Mainte-nance System procedures. Perform installation, configuration, repair, and basic operation of the AN/KSQ-1A system. Perform basic troubleshooting and disaster recovery procedures to the lowest replaceable unit. Students will spend approximately thirty percent of this course in the classroom learning troubleshooting theory and safety procedures and seventy percent applying these skills in a lab environment. These functions are performed at afloat and ashore commands.
QUOTA CONTROL
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