Operational Courses

 

 

(DSOM) | MASL (P145907)

LENGTH:  Seven weeks

Diesel Systems Overhaul and Maintenance

 

Length/Scope: 

Diesel Systems Overhaul and Maintenance (DSOM) is a seven-week course of instruction designed to provide Foreign Security Force personnel with the knowledge and skills required of a basic diesel engine technician.

Special information:  

Students will apply their knowledge of diesel engine theory, and proper use of hand tools and precision measuring instruments to safely perform routine preventative maintenance and service repair procedures, such as troubleshooting, disassembly, inspection, repair, and reassembly of diesel engines.

 

 

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(IDC) | MASL (P1471905)

 LENGTH: 30 hours


Instructor Development Course

THIS IS A ROM COURSE

 

Length/Scope: 

Instructor Development Course (IDC) is an advanced Restriction-of- Movement course of instruction designed to provide Foreign Security Force personnel with the specialized training necessary to deliver structured formalized training in the classroom and laboratory environments.

Special information: 

Students will utilize instructional techniques and theory, practical applications of instructional principles, and evaluation methods to effectively impart subject matter expertise and knowledge.


 

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(IFOI) | MASL (P471063)

 LENGTH:  30 hours

 

Intel Fusion and Operations Integration 

THIS IS A ROM COURSE

 

Length/Scope: 

Intelligence Fusion and Operations Integration (IFOI) is a Restriction-of- Movement course of instruction that provides early/to mid-career Foreign Security Force personnel the knowledge and skills required to effectively utilize information and integrate intelligence into operations.

Special information: 

This course includes fundamental training on briefing techniques, intelligence disciplines, intelligence preparation of the operational environment, collection, intelligence support to operations, and predictive analysis. This course culminates with a practical exercise in developing intelligence products supporting simulated real-world operations.

 

 

 

(OBM) | MASL (P145906)

LENGTH:  Seven weeks


Outboard Motor Maintenance and Overhaul

 

Length/Scope: 

Outboard Motor Maintenance and Overhaul (OBM) is a seven-week course of instruction designed to provide Foreign Security Force personnel with the knowledge and skills required of a basic outboard motor technician.

Special information: 

Students will apply their knowledge of internal combustion engine theory, and proper use of hand tools and precision measuring instruments to safely perform routine preventative maintenance and service repair procedures, such as troubleshooting, disassembly, inspection, repair, and reassembly of outboard motor powerheads, midsections, and gear cases.

 

  

 

(TWAR) | MASL (P145903)

LENGTH:  Seven weeks


​Technical Welding and Applied Repairs

 

Length/Scope: 

Technical Welding and Applied Repairs (TWAR) is a seven-week course of instruction designed to provide Foreign Security Force personnel with the specialized training required to restore the structural integrity of steel, aluminum, and fiberglass hulls and components. Students will conduct factory-level maintenance and repairs on the Zodiac Combat Rubber Raiding Craft, as well as perform metal repairs to oxyacetylene cutting, fusion welding, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) on carbon steel, and Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) on aluminum.

Special information:  

This course is designed for junior officers and enlisted personnel. In addition to general prerequisites, students should be familiar with engineering or repair duties. NAVSCIATTS will issue all students the necessary safety and training equipment required for this course to include two coveralls and one pair of steel toe boots.

 

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(UASOP) | MASL (P119085)

  LENGTH:  Four weeks                                   

UAS Operations and Planning 

 

Length/Scope: 

Unmanned Aerial Systems Operations and Planning (UASOP) is a four-week course of instruction designed to provide Foreign Security Force personnel with the specialized training necessary to plan and conduct operations employing Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) platforms.

Special information: 

UAS operators use the Falcon View flight planning software and their knowledge of flight operations, mission planning, airspace management, and emergency procedures to execute security actions such as target acquisition/development, battle damage assessment, convoy support, and force protection during tactical operations.