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tradoc reg 350-1 training

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Department of the Army FORSCOM Regulation 350-1Headquarters, United States Army Forces Command1777 Hardee Avenue, SW.Fort McPherson, Georgia 30330-1062
 
25 October 2002TrainingACTIVE DUTY TRAINING FOR FORSCOM UNITSSummary.
This regulation supercedes ForcesCommand (FORSCOM) Regulation 350-1, dated1 October 1998 and prescribes training requirementsfor active duty units in Forces Command andadditionally provides guidance, procedures, and policies for all active duty and Reserve Componentunits to obtain specialized training support, attendspecialized training centers, and conduct specializedtraining programs. Premobilization trainingrequirements for Army National Guard (ARNG, andthe United States Army Reserve (USAR) units arefound in FR 350-2.
Applicability.
Chapters 1 through 3 andAppendixes A through C apply to AC unit training.These particular chapters and appendixes establishFORSCOM objectives, responsibilities, philosophy,and guidance for the conduct of military training for FORSCOM active duty units. Appendixes D throughJ are applicable to all FORSCOM Active andReserve Component units for which theCommanding General, FORSCOM has trainingresponsibility and provide guidance, procedures, and policies for all active duty and Reserve Componentunits to obtain specialized training support, attendspecialized training centers, and conduct specializedtraining programs. Appendixes D through J coveJoint Airborne/Air Transportability Training, Air-Ground Operations Training, Aviation Unit andIndividual Training, Intelligence and ElectronicWarfare Training, and Special EnvironmentTraining.
Supplementation.
Supplementation of thisregulation is prohibited without prior approval of Commander, FORSCOM, ATTN: AFOP-TR, 1777Hardee Avenue, SW., Fort McPherson, Georgia30330-1062.
Suggested improvements.
The proponent agencyof this regulation is Deputy Chief of Staff, G3/5/7,AFOP, HQ FORSCOM. Users are invited to sendcomments and suggested improvements on DAForm 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publicationsand Blank Forms) directly to Commander,FORSCOM, ATTN: AFOP-TR, 1777 HardeeAvenue, SW., Fort McPherson, Georgia 30330-1062.FOR THE COMMANDER:OFFICIAL:JULIAN H. BURNS, JMajor General, USAChief of Staff 
SIGNED
LASHER Colonel, GSAssistant Deputy Chief of Staff, G6
DISTRIBUTION
is intended for command levels A, B, C, and D for HQ FORSCOM, FORSCOM installations,USAR, ARNG, and FORSCOM Operating Activities.
Copies furnished:
HQDA(DAMO); TRADOC; TRADOC installations, USAREUR & Seventh Army;USARPAC; HQ FORSCOM (AFCI-A) (record copy).
TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER 1 ..................................................................................................................................................................6General ...........................................................................................................................................................................61-1. Purpose ...............................................................................................................................................................61-2. References ..........................................................................................................................................................61-3. Objectives ...........................................................................................................................................................61-4. Responsibilities ..................................................................................................................................................61-5. Training Philosophy .........................................................................................................................................91-6. General Training Guidance .........................................................................................................................111-7. Support of Reserve Component (RC) ...........................................................................................................12CHAPTER 2 ................................................................................................................................................................12*This regulation supersedes FORSCOM Regulation 350-1, Active Component (AC)Training/Specialized Training in FORSCOM Active Army and Reserve Component Units, 1 Oct 98.
 
 
Training Management ................................................................................................................................................122-1. General ............................................................................................................................................................122-2. Priority for Training ......................................................................................................................................132-3. Small Unit Integrity .......................................................................................................................................132-4. Training Ammunition ....................................................................................................................................132-5. Training Realism ............................................................................................................................................142-6. Deployment Preparation ...............................................................................................................................142-7. Funding and Standard Army Training System (SATS)............................................................................142-8. Safety ................................................................................................................................................................152-9. Environmental Protection .............................................................................................................................152-10. Army Standardization Program .................................................................................................................152-11. Army Distance Learning Program (ADLP) ..............................................................................................162-12. Center for Army Lessons Learned (CALL) ..............................................................................................16CHAPTER 3 ................................................................................................................................................................16Training in Units .........................................................................................................................................................163-1. Requirements ..................................................................................................................................................163-2. Individual Training and Development .........................................................................................................163-3. Gate Training Strategy ..................................................................................................................................193-4. Weapons Proficiency and Qualification ......................................................................................................203-5. STRAC XXI Training ....................................................................................................................................203-6. Physical Fitness ...............................................................................................................................................213-7. Common Military Training ..........................................................................................................................213-8. Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP) ..................................................................................213-9. Formal External Evaluation Guidelines ......................................................................................................223-10. Training for Command Group and Staffs .................................................................................................223-11. Field Exercises ..............................................................................................................................................233-12. Training Aids, Devices, Simulators, and Simulations (TADSS) ..............................................................243-13. Combined Arms Live Fire Exercises .........................................................................................................243-14. Night Operations ..........................................................................................................................................243-15. Opposing Forces (OPFOR) .........................................................................................................................243-16. Air Defense Artillery ....................................................................................................................................243-17. Aviation .........................................................................................................................................................253-18. Military Police (MP) ....................................................................................................................................253-19. Operations Security (OPSEC) ....................................................................................................................263-20. Force Protection ...........................................................................................................................................263-21. NBC Defense and Smoke Training .............................................................................................................263-22. Stability Operations - Peace Operations ...................................................................................................273-23. Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................293-24. Maintenance Unit Training .........................................................................................................................293-25. Off-Post Training .........................................................................................................................................303-26. Reciprocal Unit Exchange Training (RUET) See Appendix E................................................................303-27. Joint Training Exercises (JTX) ....................................................................................................................303-28. Deployment Training ....................................................................................................................................303-29. Training for Personal Readiness ...............................................................................................................303-30. Army Mobilization and Operations Planning and Execution System (AMOPES) ............................313-31. Language Training .......................................................................................................................................313-32. Training for Medical Personnel .................................................................................................................313-33. FORSCOM Petroleum Training Module (FPTM), Joint Training Module (JTM) and U.S. ArmyCoastal Water Training Site (USACWTS) ..........................................................................................................323-34. Training for Contingency Contracting Personnel ....................................................................................323-35. Training for Active Component Unit Ministry Team (UMT) Personnel ..............................................333-36. Equal Opportunity Training ........................................................................................................................343-37. Specialized Training ....................................................................................................................................353-38. Amphibious Training ....................................................................................................................................353-39. Reserve Component Training ......................................................................................................................352
 
3-40. Joint Forces Training ..................................................................................................................................353-41. Echelons Above Divisions and Echelons Above Corps (EAD/EAC) Training ......................................35APPENDIX A ..............................................................................................................................................................37References ....................................................................................................................................................................37APPENDIX B ..............................................................................................................................................................41Contingency Contracting Officer, Individual Training Plan (ITP) ......................................................................41APPENDIX C ..............................................................................................................................................................50STRAC XXI .................................................................................................................................................................50APPENDIX D ..............................................................................................................................................................50Army Modernization Training ..................................................................................................................................50APPENDIX E ..............................................................................................................................................................53Reciprocal Unit Exchange (RUE) Program .............................................................................................................53APPENDIX F ..............................................................................................................................................................57Joint Airborne/Air Transportability Training ........................................................................................................57SECTION I .............................................................................................................................................................57Airborne/Air Transportability Training ..............................................................................................................57SECTION II ...........................................................................................................................................................58Air Transportability Training ...............................................................................................................................58SECTION III ..........................................................................................................................................................60Airborne Training ..................................................................................................................................................60SECTION IV ..........................................................................................................................................................65Airlift Support .........................................................................................................................................................65SECTION V ............................................................................................................................................................65Army Support of Air Force Training ...................................................................................................................65SECTION VI ..........................................................................................................................................................66Guide for Preparation of FORSCOM Form 612-R............................................................................................66SECTION VII .........................................................................................................................................................67Airdrop of Materiel for Training ..........................................................................................................................67SECTION VIII .......................................................................................................................................................67Army-AMC Affiliation Program ..........................................................................................................................67APPENDIX G ..............................................................................................................................................................68AIR-GROUND OPERATIONS TRAINING ..........................................................................................................68SECTION I .............................................................................................................................................................68Air-Ground/TAC Air Training .............................................................................................................................68SECTION II ...........................................................................................................................................................68Conduct of Training ...............................................................................................................................................68SECTION III ..........................................................................................................................................................71Requests for Tactical Air Support ........................................................................................................................71INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR JOINT TACTICAL AIR STRIKE REQUEST ....................................743

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