inter-Service training

inter-Service training

Military training provided by one Service to members of another Service. See also military education; military training.
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This occurred with the 1994 formation of the Inter-Service Training Review Organization, which brought members of the Army, Marines, Navy, and Air Force together to train as one team under one roof.
Although there is not yet an Inter-service Training and Review Organization Agreement between the Army and Navy to provide Soldiers to instruct or administratively support the course, Delta Company, 344th MI Battalion does provide one Chief Instructor and one administrative advisor to provide oversight of the course, assist with administrative responsibilities, and help in the academic review board process.
Tenders are invited for Community Commons Enclave des Papes - Country Grignan, called CCEPPG, has acquired since 1 March 2015 of an inter-service training of planning permissions.
The Utilities Division (for MOS 91C) is part of an inter-service training review organization, which trains both Soldiers and Marines on various maintenance tasks for refrigeration equipment.
Finally, while not interfering with the Services' Title 10 unit training responsibilities, USPACOM must pave the way in maximizing the synergy of inter-Service training by developing a strategy that clearly articulates the benefits of training together.
The Inter-Service Training Review Organization study that was conducted to determine the feasibility of consolidating all Service's resident JNMS training at Fort Gordon was approved in October 2006, but due to the changes within the program, it must be revalidated.
Hertling, agreed with critics who claim there is not enough inter-service training.
The technical engineer course arrived at Fort Leonard Wood when the Inter-Service Training Review Organization was implemented in 1993, though it took 4 years to bring all the Services to Brown Hall for training.
The Inter-Service Training Review Organization study that was conducted to determine the feasibility of consolidation all service's resident JNMS training at one location has now been approved be the Army and Air Force.
The Army, as the Executive Agent for the development of the JNMS, requested that an Inter-Service Training Review Organization study be conducted to determine the feasibility of consolidating all Service JNMS resident training at one location (Fort Gordon, Ga.
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