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MCCS HandBook 1A

MCCS HandBook 1A

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Marine Corps Common Skills Handbook 1of 2
Marine Corps Common Skills Handbook 1of 2

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MARINECORPSCOMMONSKILLSHANDBOOK
 
BOOK 1AALL MARINES
INDIVIDUALTRAININGSTANDARDS
 
MAY 2001PCN 50600000900
 
 MARINE CORPS COMMON SKILLS (MCCS) HANDBOOKBOOK 1A ALL MARINESINDIVIDUAL TRAINING STANDARDS
NOTE:
Marine Corps Common Skills Handbooks 1A and 1B must be ordered through the Marine Corps PublicationDistribution System (MCPDS) Albany, Georgia. Units that do not possess on line ordering must gain access to aunit with MCPDS capability. Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, GA does not possess the administrative supportnecessary to process written requests.Books 1A and 1B annual sustainment training is for PVT-GYSGT, WO1-CWO2, and 2
nd
LT-CAPT.
REVISEDMAY 2001
 
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MARINE CORPS COMMON SKILLS (MCCS) HANDBOOKFOREWORD
 
1. MCCS Books 1A and 1B, Individual Training Standards, are published based on MCO 1510.89A, the Individual Training Standard(ITS) System for Marine Corps Common Skills.2. MCCS Books 1A and 1B are for all Marines. However, the annual sustainment training for MCCS Books 1A and 1B is for PVT-GYSGT, WO1-CWO2, and 2nd LT-CAPT.3. Following each ITS, you will find a box containing the words EVALUATION GUIDELINES TO BE USED DURINGTRAINING. The purpose of this box is to provide the Marine with information regarding what is expected of him or her duringevaluation of the ITS. It also provides the trainer/evaluator with expanded conditions, standards, and notes to help train the Marineand assess individual proficiency. When administrative notes are included, they explain, orient, and provide additional task-specificinformation.

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