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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.

 

AMPHIBIOUS READY GROUP (ARG) WARFARE COMMANDERS COURSE

COURSE NUMBER
None

CLEARANCE
A secret clearance required.

LENGTH
The course length is two (2) weeks. 

DESCRIPTION
The course provides the expeditionary strike group (ESG) and Marine expeditionary unit (MEU) staff, warfare commanders, key decision makers and planners with classroom instruction, tactical discussions, practical exercises and wargaming relevant to a composite warfare commander (CWC) organization with emphasis in air defense, surface warfare commander/anti-submarine commander (SUWC/ASWC), sea combat commander (SCC), information warfare commander (IWC) and strike areas. A seminar-type forum also discusses planning issues, examines coordination requirements, plans for tactical defense in naval, joint and coalition operations, and examines the results of planning through practical exercising. Additionally, the course discusses current doctrine, best fleet practices, operations orders, and preplanning responses. Students will also learn about the planning and execution process that includes platform capabilities/limitations, supporting organizations, environmental, and C2 and tactical decision aids. 

TGT AUDIENCE
Training is directed towards the ESG commander and senior offices, operations/combat information center (CIC) officers, warfare commanders and embarked staff watch officers augmenting the amphibious squadrons during deployment. 

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.

POINTS OF CONTACT(S)

Expeditionary Module Lead at either commercial/DNS 757-492-3022

 

COMMON TACTICAL PICTURE MANAGER – TEAM (CTPM-T) TRAINING COURSE

COURSE NUMBER
K-2G-0009

CLEARANCE
A secret clearance is required.

LENGTH
While the course is normally part of the Strike Group Warfare Commanders Conference (WCC), it can also be scheduled as required. The strike group N3 or schedules officer should coordinate with the TACTRAGRULANT director of training to ensure all required strike group CTP watchstanders attend. 

DESCRIPTION
The course provides training on specific responsibilities and procedures of the strike group CTPM organization and unit-level watchstander personnel involved in the maintenance of the strike group tactical database. Training focuses on the organization and capabilities of deploying strike groups, with attendance and active participation required from each strike group. Also, training will include the use and capabilities of the current version of the Global Command and Control System - Maritime (GCCS-M) and CTPM functions. Students will develop draft standard operating procedures (SOPs), Operations Order (OPORD) 6000, and operational task (OPTASK) supplements suitable to the strike group CTPM operations. 

TGT AUDIENCE
CTPM watch officers, supervisors, watchstanders, CTPM database managers, and IWC staff watchstanders

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.

POINT OF CONTACT(S)
ASW module lead at either commercial or DSN: 757-492-3014

NAVY PLANNING PROCESS (NPP) COURSE

COURSE NUMBER

None

CLEARANCE
A secret clearance is required.

LENGTH
The course is four (4) days in length, and is scheduled during a strike group's lockdown conference. 

DESCRIPTION
The course provides strike group and/or amphibious ready group staffs with procedural skills required to plan, coordinate and execute operations in a multi-threat, strike group and force maritime warfare environment. Strike group staff personnel are trained in the use of the naval planning model, from mission analysis and course-of-action development through concept of operations (CONOPS) development and guidance for subordinate commanders. 

TGT AUDIENCE
Carrier strike group and/or amphibious ready group core planning team members and warfare commander representatives.

PREREQUISITES

  • A current Cyber Awareness Challenge certificate from NKO is required to be presented on check-in for all courses in order to verify/enable computer access to TTGL’s local SIPRNET.


POINT OF CONTACT(S)
NPP instructor at either commercial or DSN: 757-492-1813
 

NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE COMMANDER'S COURSE (NCWCC)

COURSE NUMBER
CDP 20E1  CIN:  G-2G-9081

CLEARANCE
SECRET NOFORN clearance and proof of Information Assurance training required.

LENGTH
One Day:  8 hrs.

DESCRIPTION
The NCWCC is a series of collaborative presentations that describe the equipment, architecture, and processes to leverage National, Theater, and Strike Group assets to attain and maintain C2, Battlespace Awareness, Over-the-Horizon targeting, and Integrated Air and Missile Defense.  Network-Centric Warfare optimizes combat power by networking geographically dispersed sensors, shooters, and decision makers.  

Curriculum includes:

  • NCWCC Overview

  • Assured Command and Control (AC2)

  • Navigation Warfare (NAVWAR)

  • Command and Control in a Denied / Degraded Environment (C2D2E)

  • Space Operations / Space Force Enhancement

  • C5I

  • Fleet Initiatives / Lessons Learned


TGT AUDIENCE
The NCWCC is a required course for senior naval officers in accordance with COMFLTFORCOM/COMPACFLTINST 1500.49D for Carrier and Expeditionary Strike Group Commanders, Staffs, and Warfare Commanders.

PREREQUISITES
Optimized Fleet Response Plan (OFRP) Basic Phase.  The NCWCC is designed to be part of the advanced / integrated phase of the strike group OFRP.

QUOTA REQUEST
POC TTGL Schedules Officer: 757 / DSN 492-3179

 
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