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Returning Sailors, Marines and Family Members Find Healing at Southwest Region's Returning Warrior Workshop




Navy WTP Moves to Germany from Kuwait


Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Changes Leadership


IA Sailors lead JCCS-ONE to Navy Unit Commendation


A hospital corpsman assigned to 1st squad, 2nd platoon, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 2


Yeoman 3rd Class Michael Yates, left, and Damage Controlman 2nd Class Sterling Cox, assigned to Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center, check Sailors in at Baltimore Washington International Airport who were returning from overseas duty assignments.


Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead is relieved by Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert as the Chief of Naval Operations during a change of command ceremony at the U.S. Naval Academy.


Adm. John C. Harvey, Commander USFF, talks with Sailors over dinner in the zone two dining facility at the U.S. Army Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.


MCPON Rick West addresses more than 150 deployed Sailors during an all-hands call at WTP.


Individual Augmentee receives the Bronze Star.


Sailors aboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) discuss the location of shipmates serving around the world as individual augmentees.


 
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INCONUS Training

Following your week at a Navy Mobilization Processing Site, you will be sent to Technical and/or Basic Combat Training at one of 14 Army installations. This training lasts anywhere from three to forty weeks, depending on your mission. U.S. Navy personnel are subject to the specific rules and guidance set in place at U.S. Army installations as well as standard Navy rules and regulations.

All IA Sailors receive basic combat skills training which is conducted by Army Drill Instructors at an Army training site. Take a few minutes to view the "Navy IA Combat Training (NIACT)" video (top right margin) to provide you with an overview of what you may experience during your basic combat skills training. Your training site is included in the orders. Topics include:

Army Values Forward Operating Base
Basic Rifle Marksmanship Land Navigation
Crew Serve Weapons Communication
9MM Qualification First aid
M-16 Qualification Quick / Reactive Fire
Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Rules of Engagement
Urban Ops and Entry Control Point Rules of Force
Convoy Ops Night Fire Code of Conduct
NBC Law of Land
Hot/Cold Weather Casualty Personnel Recovery
EST/FATS (simulator) SAEDA/OPSEC
Situational Training Exercise UCMJ
Cultural Awareness Geneva Convention
Grenades

All Navy personnel while assigned to First Army for training are subject to First Army General Order #1 which includes the following specific prohibited activities:

  1. No Consumption of Alcohol. No student is allowed to consume alcohol while in training, even if of legal age. This prohibition applies to all personnel on or off-duty, and on or off the installation.
  2. Sexual harassment, sexual assault, and related misconduct will not be tolerated.
  3. Fraternization. Any relationship between First Army personnel and students not required by the training mission is prohibited.
  4. Civilian Clothing. Prohibited while student is in training unless on authorized leave, special pass, TDY, or required by official duty.
IA Videos

Navy IA Combat Training


A Look at How the Navy Assists Sailors Returning from IA Duty


The Individual Augmentee Video