mobile training team


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mobile training team

A team consisting of one or more US military or civilian personnel sent on temporary duty, often to a foreign nation, to give instruction. The mission of the team is to train indigenous personnel to operate, maintain, and employ weapons and support systems, or to develop a self-training capability in a particular skill. The National Command Authorities may direct a team to train either military or civilian indigenous personnel, depending upon host-nation requests. Also called MTT.
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This training was executed recently, leveraging a modified version of the Foundry program's AS301 and AS302 (All-Source Production) mobile training team courses that focus on the fundamentals of all-source analysis, fusion, targeting, and production but without an emphasis on DCGS-A.
The Mobile Training Team was represented by national border officers from Georgia, Romania and Ukraine, together with international experts from Interpol and the OSCE, who shared their knowledge and expertise.
In 2006, the Commander of United States Special Operations Command assigned NAVSCIATTS the following new mission: NAVSCIATTS conducts Foreign Internal Defense (FID) in support of Combatant Commanders in accordance with Commander, United States Special Operations Command, priorities using Mobile Training Teams (MTTs) and in-residence training to prepare partner nation forces to conduct small craft operations in riverine or littoral environments.
The team consists of an LES, a tactical site exploitation technician, and an intelligence analyst (a nuclear, biological, chemical noncommissioned officer retrained by a Fort Huachuca mobile training team).
He was trained at Fort Benning, Georgia, at the Army School of the Americas and at the US Army Mobile Training Team (MTT) of the 610th Military Intelligence Detachment.
Beginning in March, a mobile training team will travel to densely populated aviation locations to train ASE/EW officers who have already been trained up through ASET-II.
If the Army Reserve considers the course to be a viable option, no matter where the school is stationed, the instructors are set up to be a mobile training team with the ability to travel wherever the Army Reserve needs them.
The five-week course allowed 38 members of the Presidential Guard to be trained by a Mobile Training Team of the Joint Special Forces Command composed of Army and Navy special forces as well as elements of the Carabinieri Special Intervention Unit.
The second means that the 23d CBRNE Battalion used to increase the proficiency levels of reconnaissance and surveillance platoons and CRTs was through the quarterly funding of stateside mobile training teams. Depending on mobile training team availability, the battalion funds training for Advanced Chemistry and Biology, Advanced Radiation I and II, Hazardous Air Pollutants On Site (HAPSITE)[R], Portable Isotopic Neutron Spectroscopy (PINS)[R], and Target Recognition.
Low-density training should be incorporated into sergeants' time training, and leaders should take advantage of mobile training team opportunities and the Foundry Program.
AeroGroup supplied a deployed Mobile Training Team (MTT) of F-16 instructor pilots that were specifically familiar with the Mid-Life-Upgrade (“MLU”) version F-16 aircraft that are operated by European Participating Air Forces (EPAF).
To help equip service members to fulfill this important role, the Air Force Reserve's 4th Combat Camera Squadron at March Air Reserve Base, Calif., served as host for a mobile training team consisting of seven instructors that taught 38 Airmen, two Sailors and a Marine how to collect and process biometric evidence July 22-26.