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Meeting the Needs of the Fleet


Our training expertise originates from every naval warfare specialty and our instructors are subject matter experts in their respective warfare area. They serve as an invaluable classroom resource on current tactics and operational procedures used in the fleet. Our computerized training facility reinforces tactical principles and doctrine taught in the classroom, and provides realistic hands-on training to students during wargame scenarios in order to prepare for deployment.

 

MARITIME STAFF AND PLANNERS COURSE (MSPC)

COURSE NUMBER
CDP J-2G-3009 / 0930

CLEARANCE
SECRET clearance and proof of Information Assurance training required.

LENGTH/UNIFORM
Two weeks.

Class is taught Monday through Friday from 0800 - 1630 (some days 0730-1700). 

For military, the uniform of the day is NWU Type III/flight suit or equivalent. For civilians, it is business casual. 

DESCRIPTION
Course is designed to provide experienced naval officers with the current tactical knowledge and practical skills required to plan and execute strike group combat operations. Emphasis and focus are on the interaction between the OTC, CWC, and subordinate warfare commanders and coordinators, as well as integration with coalition forces.

TGT AUDIENCE
Prospective warfare commanders, CO/XO, and naval officers who are tasked to plan, coordinate and execute combat operations in a peer-threat, maritime warfare environment. TTGL has a capacity for 40 MSPC students.

PREREQUISITES
A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET. For access to SIPR internet sites such as CAS or Intelink, bring your own active SIPR token. TTGL cannot issue or unlock SIPR tokens. 

QUOTA REQUEST
TACTRAGRULANT Courses (UIC:43577): eNTRS is the preferred method for submitting a quota request. To request eNTRS access, please visit: https://app.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/eNTRS/requestAccess.do If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 COMM: (757) 492-7821 or visit: https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf

Utilize CDP 0930 when requesting a quota via eNTRS. Additional information is required from MSPC students when requesting a quota. Please provide the following information in the remarks section of your reservation request or call the below POC with this info:

  • Gaining Command and Position

  • Designator

  • Contact

  • Phone Number 

  • Email Address


POINT OF CONTACT(S)
POC Schedules Officer | 757 / DSN 492-3179

CLASS SCHEDULE

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

NOTES

 

 

 

 

24-30  

15-Apr-24

26-Apr-24

 

24-40 

03-Jun-24

14-Jun-24

 

24-50 

15-Jul-24

26-Jul-24

 

24-60 

16-Sep-24

27-Sep-24

 

25-10

21-Oct-24

01-Nov-24

 

25-20

09-Dec-24

20-Dec-24

 

25-30

05-May-25

16-May-25

 

25-40

04-Aug-25

15-Aug-25

 

25-50

02-Sep-25

12-Sep-25

 

 
 

COMMON TACTICAL PICTURE MANAGER (CTPM)

COURSE NUMBER
J-2E-2312 / CDP 382T

CLEARANCE
A secret clearance is required.

LENGTH
The course length is five (5) days.

DESCRIPTION
The CTPM (formally GCCS-M FOTC Watch Officer) provides an overview of C4I architecture and connectivity related to strike group CTPM installations, staff tactical support capabilities and techniques, command and control utility of CTPM and related systems, multi-source information management and dissemination systems and other staff related aspects of CTPM. Course includes periods of instructor guided hands-on training in the operation of GCCS-M. Training includes display interpretation and control options, communication functions and the capabilities and use of tactical decision aids, and strike group database coordination and management functions.

TGT AUDIENCE
All staff personnel assigned primary or alternate warfare watch officer and senior (E7 - E9) watch supervisors. E6 personnel will be accepted when their primary duties directly support the strike group force common tactical picture manager.

PREREQUISITES

  • Officers; None

  • Enlisted: Graduates of the GCCS-M operators course or prior operational experience with NTCS-A, MCIS, or GCCS-M systems

A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET. Use of command issued SIPR PKI token for access is required.

QUOTA REQUEST
TACTRAGRULANT Courses (UIC:43577): eNTRS is the preferred method for submitting a quota request.

If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 or commercial at 757-492-7821. You may also view the PDF on how to request an account in eNTRS at https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf.

​POINT OF CONTACT(S)
The point of contact is the CTPM instructor at 757 / DSN 492-3084 / 3015
 

CLASS SCHEDULE

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

NOTES

24-60 

18-Mar-24

22-Mar-24

 

24-70 

15-Apr-24

19-Apr-24

 

24-80 

20-May-24

23-May-24

 

24-90 

24-Jun-24

28-Jun-24

 

24-100

15-Jul-24

19-Jul-24

 

24-110

29-Jul-24

02-Aug-24

 

24-120

16-Sep-24

20-Sep-24

 

25-10

07-Oct-24

11-Oct-24

 

25-20

04-Nov-24

08-Nov-24

 

25-30

02-Dec-24

06-Dec-24

 

25-50

10-Feb-25

14-Feb-25

 

25-60

10-Mar-25

14-Mar-25

 

25-70

07-Apr-25

11-Apr-25

 

25-80

05-May-25

09-May-25

 

25-90

23-Jun-25

27-Jun-25

 

25-100

14-Jul-25

18-Jul-25

 

25-110

18-Aug-25

22-Aug-25

 

25-120

08-Sep-25

12-Sep-25

 

 

 

JOINT FORCES AIR COMPONENT COMMANDER AUGMENTATION STAFF COURSE (JASC)

COURSE NUMBER
J-2G-3011 / CDP 2003

CLEARANCE
SECRET clearance required.

LENGTH
Four days

DESCRIPTION
The JASC course is an intermediate refresher course for personnel expected to augment the JFACC in an afloat or shore-based Joint Air Operations Center (JAOC). Training is specifically tailored to TACRON, carrier air wing and carrier strike operations personnel. The course emphasizes joint air operations planning and execution and Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS) skill refinement. The course is open to personnel from all services.

TGT AUDIENCE
Any person assigned to an air operation center, ESG Tactical Air Control Center (TACC), CVW Staff, CVN Strike Operations or CVW BP watch standers responsible for Air Tasking Order (ATO) production and execution

PREREQUISITES
A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET. Use of command issued SIPR PKI token for access is required.

QUOTA REQUEST
TACTRAGRULANT Courses (UIC:43577): eNTRS is the preferred method for submitting a quota request.

To request eNTRS access, please visit: https://app.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/eNTRS/requestAccess.do If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 COMM: (757) 492-7821 or visit: https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf

POINT OF CONTACT(S)
POC Strike Instructor | 757 / DSN 492-3062 

CLASS SCHEDULE

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

NOTES

24-20

20-Feb-24

23-Feb-24

 

24-30 

10-Jun-24

13-Jun-24

 

24-40

09-Sep-24

12-Sep-24

 

25-10

28-Oct-24

31-Oct-24

 

25-20

03-Feb-25

06-Feb-25

 

25-30

21-Apr-25

24-Apr-25

 

25-40

15-Sep-25

18-Sep-25

 

 

 

MARITIME FIRES COURSE (MFC)

COURSE NUMBER
J-2G-0655 / CDP 09P0

CLEARANCE
A secret clearance required.

LENGTH
The course length is five (5) days. 

DESCRIPTION
The Maritime Fires Course is an introductory-to-intermediate level course for staff watch officers, intelligence watch officers and targeteers attached to carrier strike groups (CSGs), expeditionary strike groups (ESGs), carrier air wings (CVW), destroyer squadrons (DESRONs), and maritime operations centers (MOC).

Training is focused on maritime deliberate/dynamic fires and the use JADOCS. Students are instructed in utilizing the tactical techniques and procedures from fleet theaters at both the operational and tactical levels of warfare. The Maritime Fires Course introduces maritime deliberate and dynamic targeting fundamentals and the integration of Joint targeting and fires in the maritime operations area; provides indoctrination on the requirements and processes to conduct maritime dynamic targeting; introduces maritime fires planning and control procedures between operational and tactical levels of war as well as the supporting staff B2C2WG; introduces JADOCS tactics, techniques, and procedures to exercise command and control of maritime fires including: interfaces, tools and managers; introduces JADOCS basic user setup, preferences, target data nomination, cross component coordination, weapons target pairing (WTP), target package generator (TPG), and link monitoring and management tool (LMMT) to transmit machine-to-machine (M2M) targeting information. Class consists of 50% lecture and 50% lab.

TGT AUDIENCE
Staff watch officers, intelligence watch officers and targeteers attached to CVWs, CSGs, Amphibious Ready Groups (ARGs) and MOCs.

PREREQUISITES
A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET. Use of command issued SIPR PKI token for access is required.

QUOTA REQUEST

If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 or commercial at 757-492-7821. To learn more about accounts, please the PDF at https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf.

​POINT OF CONTACT(S)
The point of contact is the strike instructor at 757 / DSN 492-3062 / 5997

RECOMMENDED READING ​

  • JP 3-0, Joint Operations ​

  • JP 3-09, Joint Fire Support

  • JP 3-60, Joint Targeting

  • NTTP 3-60.1, Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Dynamic Targeting

  • NTTP 3-60.2, Maritime Dynamic Targeting

  • NTTP 3-09.2.1, Multi-Service TTPs for Kill Box Planning and Employment​

Notes:

CLASS SCHEDULE

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

24-30          

08-Apr-24

12-Apr-24

24-40           

24-Jun-24

28-Jun-24

24-50             

05-Aug-24

09-Aug-24

25-10

07-Oct-24

11-Oct-24

25-20

10-Feb-25

14-Feb-25

25-30

07-Aug-25

11-Aug-25

25-40

18-Aug-25

22-Aug-25

 

TOMAHAWK TACTICAL COMMANDERS COURSE (TTCC)

COURSE NUMBER
J-2G-0007 / CDP 164T

CLEARANCE
TOP SECRET clearance required.

LENGTH
Five Days.

DESCRIPTION
Provides technical and tactical information concerning the capabilities and employment of TLAM application to joint / staff strike planners and tactical commanders assigned as TLAM strike coordinator (TSC) and launch areacoordinator (LAC) or alternate.

Curriculum includes:

  • TLAM Missile Characteristics

  • TLAM Platforms and Employment

  • TLAM C2

  • TLAM Messages

  • TLAM Command Information

  • TLAM Doctrine Review

  • TLAM Logistics

  • TLAM Employment Planning

  • Deconflictions and Tactics Planning

  • Activity Briefs and Systems Tour

  • LAC JFACC / ATO

  • Time Sensitive Strike Combat Assessment

  • TACAIR Considerations

  • SLAMEX DEMO PCMDS Familiarization

  • TSC and LAC Practicals


TGT AUDIENCE
Fleet and Strike Group TLAM Naval Officers, Leading Chief Petty Officers and Senior Tactical Commanders.

PREREQUISITES
A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET. Use of command issued SIPR PKI token for access is required.

QUOTA REQUEST
TACTRAGRULANT Courses (UIC:43577): eNTRS is the preferred method for submitting a quota request. To request eNTRS access, please visit: https://app.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/eNTRS/requestAccess.do If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 COMM: (757) 492-7821 or visit: https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf

POINT OF CONTACT(S)
Strike / TLAM Instructors | 757 / DSN 492-3176

CLASS SCHEDULE

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

NOTES

24-20       

26-Feb-24

01-Mar-24

 

24-30   

13-May-24

17-May-24

 

24-40            

12-Aug-24

16-Aug-24

 

25-10

04-Nov-24

08-Nov-24

 

25-20

10-Mar-25

14-Mar-25

 

25-30

21-Apr-25

25-Apr-25

 

25-40

25-Aug-25

28-Aug-25

 

MISSION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM - STAFF EMPLOYMENT COURSE (MDS-SEC)

COURSE NUMBER
J-2F-2100 / CDP 575N

CLEARANCE
TOP SECRET clearance required.

LENGTH
Two Weeks.

DESCRIPTION
A ten day course comprised of classroom instruction, MDS laboratory, workbook practical assignments, tests and tactical scenarios to provide staff (CINC/FLEET/Strike Group/CDS/CVW) and shipboard (CVN/LCC/SPC/FC 1331 NEC) personnel assigned as TLAM Strike Officers and their assistants the skills necessary to use MDS. Specifically, the course graduate will have an understanding of how to employ MDS to administer TLAM Mission databases, perform mission database searches and selection in order to construct TLAM Strike Plan Folders/Options, build Air Space Control Measure Structures, deconflict mission execution, develop a post-launch communications plan, and conduct basic Post Launch Strike Controller duties. The class format includes PowerPoint briefs and demonstrations by utilizing workbooks, tests and scenario exercises to include post launch execution.

TGT AUDIENCE
Fleet and Strike Group TLAM Naval Officers and Leading Chief Petty Officers.

PREREQUISITES
Students successful completion of the Tomahawk Tactical Commanders Course. A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from Navy Knowledge Online (NKO) is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET. Use of command issued SIPR PKI token for access is required.

QUOTA REQUEST
TACTRAGRULANT Courses (UIC:43577): eNTRS is the preferred method for submitting a quota request. To request eNTRS access, please visit: https://app.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/eNTRS/requestAccess.do If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 COMM: (757) 492-7821 or visit: https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf

POINT OF CONTACT(S)
POC Strike / TLAM Instructors | 757 / DSN 492-7912

CLASS SCHEDULE

 

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

NOTES

24-20      

04-Mar-24

15-Mar-24

 

24-30           

25-Mar-24

05-Apr-24

 

24-40               

19-Aug-24

29-Aug-24

 

25-10

12-Nov-24

22-Nov-24

 

25-20

17-Mar-25

28-Mar-25

 

25-30

28-Apr-25

09-May-25

 

25-40

02-Sep-25

12-Sep-25

 

 

MARITIME BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE (MBMD) STAFF TRAINING COURSE

COURSE NUMBER
S-2G-0251 / CDP 09GR

CLEARANCE
SECRET clearance required.

LENGTH
Three days.

DESCRIPTION
The course is designed as a source of current Navy BMD information for both strike group staff's and BMD ship's companies. The course is oriented toward BMD familiarization that is invaluable for newly reporting officers and enlisted watch members. It provides students with a functional understanding of Joint/Strategic/Regional Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) operations and system elements from all aspects.

SCOPE
The three-day course consists of classroom instruction on Joint/Strategic/Regional BMD surveillance and engagement operations. It also encompasses the BMD-System elements, tactical operations, Aegis BMD capabilities and limitations, SM-3 and SM-6 missile variants, Joint BMD weapons systems, CIB/Tadil systems, Theater Event System (TES), Ballistic Missile intelligence and threats, as well as future BMD capabilities. The course is required under the USFF/CPFINST 1500.49 for deployable and numbered staffs and BMD units.​

TGT AUDIENCE
Numbered fleet staffs, carrier/expeditionary strike group staffs, PHIBRON/DESRON staffs and surface combatants (CG/DDG). Particularly; CSG CDR, CMDRE, CHIEF OF STAFF, CWC, CO/XO, OPSO, IO, CSO, BWC/ABWC, STWO, BMDC, TAO's, AMDC/AADC, BMDO, CHAT_O, CICO, FCO, TDC, CSC, RSC, MSS, COMMS W_O, JTT OP

PREREQUISITES
NSTR

QUOTA REQUEST
TACTRAGRULANT Courses (UIC:43577): eNTRS is the preferred method for submitting a quota request. To request eNTRS access, please visit: https://app.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/eNTRS/requestAccess.do If eNTRS is not available to you or for more information, please contact TACTRAGRULANT CQC at DSN: 492-7821 COMM: (757) 492-7821 or visit: https://aux.prod.cetars.training.navy.mil/ch/WebHelp_Pro/SOP/How_to_Request_an_Account_in_eNTRS.pdf

POINT OF CONTACT(S)
 AD / BMD Instructor | 757 / DSN 492-3013

CLASS SCHEDULE

 

CLASS NUMBER

CONVENES

GRADUATES

NOTES

24-08             

12-Mar-24

14-Mar-24

TTGL

24-10         

23-Apr-24

25-Apr-24

MAYPORT, FL

24-12       

09-Jul-24

11-Jul-24

TTGL

24-14     

13-Aug-24

15-Aug-24

TTGL

24-16         

24-Sep-24

26-Sep-24

TTGL

25-02

15-Oct-24

17-Oct-24

TTGL

25-04

03-Dec-24

05-Dec-24

TTGL

25-06

28-Jan-25

30-Jan-25

MAYPORT, FL

25-08

08-Apr-25

10-Apr-25

TTGL

25-10

24-Jun-25

26-Jun-25

TTGL

25-12

19-Aug-25

21-Aug-25

TTGL

25-14

16-Sep-25

18-Sep-25

TTGL

 
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