What system does a unit use to generate a training schedule?
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Is army combatives a yearly requirement?
Army combatives is ongoing training. It will be conducted in initial entry training and at officer and NCO education schools. Training will continue in units with combatives being scheduled as part of the normal training schedule. Basic techniques are taught by unit instructors who have been certified at Level 1 and Level 2 at the unit level of proficiency.
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What does a National Guard Training NCO do?
A NG Training NCO Serves as a Unit Training NCO. Prepares unit training schedules. Coordinates training aids and resources as directed by Readiness NCO and Company Commander. Assists Readiness NCO in documenting training and individual Soldier readiness data. Assists as needed with administrative management of the unit on a daily basis. Reviews, inputs, coordinate and manage individual Soldier school applications. Assists the unit commander in coordinating, resourcing, documenting and assessing Soldier training and unit training and readiness. Responsible for insuring successful accomplishment of tasks which support the units training programs. Drafts training schedules for approval. Maintains the unit training library. Establish and maintain training aids support center account. Prepare and submit requests for training areas, vehicles, equipment, ranges and other training needs. Advises the Commander on mobilization and readiness requirements. Prepares and disseminates unit OPLANS/OPORDS. PERFORMS OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED.
What kind of exercises do you do in the National Guard?
Depends on what's scheduled for the monthly Unit Training Assemblies and what type of unit you're in. You'll have some drill weekends focused on unit maintenance, some which are focuses on Common Tasks Training, some which are focuses on tactical training, etc. Then you'll have your Annual Training for two weeks, where you might do a number of different things, dependent on what type of unit you're in. If you were in a unit of engineers, you might assist on federal civil engineering projects. If you were in an infantry unit, you might be sent to do a rotation at the National Training Centre or Joint Readiness Training Centre, or you might do field training exercises.