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Aviation Maintenance Officer (AMO)

The purpose of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program (NAMP) Indoctrination is to provide newly commissioned or designated aviation ground officers (Navy 1520/1525/1527), Marine Corps (MOS 6002), DOD sponsored civilians, and International Officers with little than (two years or less) or no aviation maintenance background. These officers are prospective members of organizational or intermediate maintenance organizations with technical information and knowledge of managerial responsibilities and the administrative duties required to perform at an entry-level aircraft maintenance position. There are prerequisites for this course. Aviation Officer O1-O3 (U. S. and international) and Department of Defense (DOD) sponsored civilians with a prospective assignment to a billet in or modeled after Naval Aviation Maintenance Program. Language requirements: fluent comprehension of English, oral and written.

The purpose of the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program Management’s Course is to provide newly commissioned or designated aviation ground officers (Navy 63XX/73XX and Marine Corps 6004/6302), with significant (two years or more) aviation maintenance background and are prospective members of organizational or intermediate activities, with technical information and knowledge of the managerial responsibilities and the administrative duties required to direct an aircraft maintenance activity. There are prerequisites for this course. Must be USN/USMC (active or reserve) E-7 to O-4.

The corporate email address for AMO is as follows: CNATTDETMILTONAMO@navy.mil When communicating with this address, your correspondence will go to all AMO instructors and staff.

NAMP Indoctrination Course

Course Number: C-4D-2012
Location and CDP: NASWF, 751K
Length: 58 days P, 42 days M
Class of School/Course: C2
Skill Identifier for Which Trained: NOBC 1520, MOS 6002

Important:
All U.S. DOD personnel are required to have a CAC card with digital certificates before attending school. At a minimum, the USN or USMC email address cert (DOD EMAIL CA-xx) must be on your CAC card. This can be verified, accomplished at your base ID card issuing office. (International student ID requirements will be handled upon check-in.)

All U.S. DOD students reporting aboard should have a current and active Government Travel Card.

Purpose:
To provide newly commissioned or designated aviation ground officers (Navy 1520/1525/1527 and Marine Corps 6002) with little (two years or less) or no aviation maintenance background who are prospective members of organizational or intermediate maintenance organizations with technical information and knowledge of the managerial responsibilities and the administrative duties required to perform at an entry level aircraft maintenance position.

Scope:
Encompasses the entire spectrum of Naval and Marine Corps aviation maintenance management with particular emphasis on the organizational and intermediate maintenance activities to include their interface with the supply system as well as various other related activities. Aviation maintenance management, aviation maintenance process, operational readiness, organization and support, maintenance control; administration, personal correspondence, manpower management and maintenance training program; material management, Navy supply system; support asset management, maintenance data system; forms and reports; flight deck safety, NAVOSH and hazardous materials; deployment/detachment planning, aircraft weight and balance; mock maintenance laboratory.

Student Feedback Form
Supervisor Feedback Form
Seat Request Form

Prerequisites:
Aviation Officers O1-O3 (U.S. and international) and DOD-sponsored civilians with a prospective assignment to a billet in or modeled after the Naval Aviation Maintenance Program. Language Requirements: fluent comprehension of English, oral and written.

Quota Control: CNATT DET Whiting Field
DSN: 868-7851 ext 110
COMM: (850) 623-7851

E-Mail: CNATTDETMILTONSTUDENTCONTROL@navy.mil

Personnel Report to:
OFFICER IN CHARGE, CNATT DET Whiting Field
BLDG. 2945, NAS WHITING FIELD
MILTON, FL 32570-6002

NAMP Managers Course

Course Number: C-4D-2013
Location and CDP: NASWF, 751L
Length: 23 days P, 17 days M
Class of School/Course: C2
Skill Identifier for Which Trained: None

Important:
All U.S. DOD personnel are required to have a CAC card with digital certificates before attending school. At a minimum, the USN or USMC email address cert (DOD EMAIL CA-xx) must be on your CAC card. This can be verified, accomplished at your base ID card issuing office. (International student ID requirements will be handled upon check-in.)

All U.S. DOD students reporting aboard should have a current and active Government Travel Card.

Purpose:
To provide newly commissioned or designated aviation ground officers (Navy 63XX/73XX and Marine Corps 6004) with significant (two years or more) aviation maintenance background who are prospective members of organizational or intermediate maintenance activities with technical information and knowledge of the managerial responsibilities and the administrative duties required to direct an aircraft maintenance activity.

Scope:
Encompasses the entire spectrum of Naval and Marine Corps aviation maintenance management with particular emphasis on the organizational and intermediate maintenance activities to include their interface with the supply system as well as various other related activities. Aviation maintenance management, aviation maintenance process, operational readiness, organization and support, maintenance control; administration, personal correspondence, manpower management and maintenance training program; material management, Navy supply system; support asset management, maintenance data system; forms and reports; flight deck safety, NAVOSH and hazardous materials; deployment/detachment planning, and aircraft weight and balance.

Student Feedback Form
Supervisor Feedback Form
Seat Request Form

Prerequisites:
USN/USMC (active or reserve) E-7 to O-4

Quota Control: CNATT DET Whiting Field
DSN: 868-7851 ext 110
COMM: (850) 623-7851

E-Mail: CNATTDETMILTONSTUDENTCONTROL@navy.mil

Personnel Report to:
OFFICER IN CHARGE, CNATT DET Whiting Field
BLDG. 2945, NAS WHITING FIELD
MILTON, FL 32570-6002

A2M2

Course Number: C-4D-2001
Location and CDP: NASWF, 639D
Length: 29 P
Class of School/Course: C2
Skill Identifier for Which Trained: None

Important:
All U.S. DOD personnel are required to have a CAC card with digital certificates before attending school. At a minimum, the USN or USMC email address cert (DOD EMAIL CA-xx) must be on your CAC card. This can be verified, accomplished at your base ID card issuing office. (International student ID requirements will be handled upon check-in.)

All U.S. DOD students reporting aboard should have a current and active Government Travel Card.

Purpose:
To provide senior LT/Capt (USMC) (O-3) in zone for promotion and LCDR/Major (O-4) USN and USMC maintenance officers (AMOs) the knowledge of logistics support and advanced managerial responsibilities, under conditions of readiness both ashore and afloat in preparation of assignment to senior staff positions at TYCOMs, AIMDs, and CAGMOs. Training is necessary to permit the AMO to transition to the senior position with prior knowledge of what is expected leading to more efficient individual performance earlier in the assignment period.

Prerequisites:
Senior LT/Capt (USMC) (O-3) and LCDR/Major (O-4) USN and USMC maintenance officers (AMOs). (Contact CNATT DET Whiting Field OIC at 850-623-7868 (DSN 868) for class request form.) The purpose of this course is to support the training continuum for senior aviation maintenance officers. Primary target audience is O-3/0-4 aviation maintenance officers. This course is an online course facilitated through MNP. DO NOT ENROLL IN THIS COURSE UNLESS YOU ARE ASSIGNED TO IT BY AN INSTRUCTOR.

Aviation Ordnance Officer Career Progression (AOOCP)

The Aviation Ordnance Officer Career Progression (AOOCP) Course Training Level I creates a training path, which begins immediately following accession training, and culminates in specialized training in preparation for increased levels of responsibility and authority associated with Aviation Ordnance Management. This is the first course in a series of three courses. This course focuses on technical, administrative, and safety oriented instruction that will significantly enhance the professional knowledge and capabilities of the successful graduate. This is a six week course that provides a structured and comprehensive training program that is designed to standardize and expand upon the level of expertise of newly commissioned aviation Limited Duty Officers, Chief Warrant Officers, Weapons Officers and Gun Bosses. This course is also available for officers and senior enlisted in the Aviation Ordnance, Surface Ordnance, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, and Marine ground ammunition communities.

The Aviation Ordnance Officer Career Progression Course Training Level II is a two-week course with instruction targeted at Officers and Senior Enlisted personnel who are at their mid-career point. This is the second course in a series of three courses. The focus of this course is placed on job related functions that are associated with assignment to ordnance safety, logistics, and management billets. This two week course is designed to build incrementally on previously acquired skills, and to provide a graduated educational and professional career development path. This course is aimed at Limited Duty Chief Warrant Officers , Senior Enlisted, and civilian Department of Defense Ordnance Personnel who are at their mid-career point and are serving in, or in route to, such billets as: Carrier Air Wing Staffs, Type Wing, Regional and Fleet Staffs, Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity, Naval Operational Logistics Support Center-Ammo, Weapons Safety Assistance Team, Ordnance Handling Safety and Assistance Team, NAWMU, LHA/LHD Department Head, NAS/MCAS Weapons Officer, Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron, Marine Aircraft Wing, MATWS-1, Fleet Forces Command, Type Commander Staffs, and Washington, DC, area tours (NAVAIR, NAVSEA, MARFORSYSCOM, and CNO).

The Aviation Ordnance Officer Career Progression Course Training Level III is a two-week course with instruction intended for Officers and Senior Enlisted personnel who are at their upper career point. This is the third course in a series of three courses. The focus of this course is placed on job related functions that are associated with assignment to ordnance safety, logistics, and management billets. This two week course is designed to build incrementally on previously acquired skills and is aimed at Limited Duty Officers, Chief Warrant Officers , Senior Enlisted, and civilian Department of Defense Ordnance Personnel who are at their upper career points serving in, or in route to, such billets as: Carrier Air Wing Staffs, Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity (NOSSA), Naval Operational Logistics Support Center-Ammo, Fleet Commanders, Commander Marine Forces, Type Commander Staffs, and Washington, DC, area tours (NAVAIR, NAVSEA, MARFORSYSCOM, and CNO).

The corporate email address for AOOCP is as follows: CNATT_DET_MILTON_AOOCP@navy.mil When communicating with this address, your correspondence will go to all AOOCP instructors and staff.

Level 1

Course Number: C-4E-0010
Location and CDP: NAS Whiting Field, 992Y
Length: 40 Days
Class of School/Course: C2
Skill Identifier for Which Trained: MOS 6502

Important:
All U.S. DOD personnel are required to have a CAC card with digital certificates before attending school. At a minimum, the USN or USMC email address cert (DOD EMAIL CA-xx) must be on your CAC card. This can be verified, accomplished at your base ID card issuing office.

All U.S. DOD students reporting aboard should have a current and active Government Travel Card.

Purpose: The Aviation Ordnance Officer Career Progression Course creates a training path, which begins immediately following accession training and culminates in specialized training in preparation for increased levels of responsibility and authority associated with Aviation Ordnance Management. Training is intended to build incrementally on previously acquired skills and to provide graduated educational and professional career paths for Aviation and Surface Ordnance Officers. This training is also available to Senior Enlisted Aviation Ordnance Personnel: Navy (E6, E7, E8, and E9) assigned to aviation squadrons, LHA/LHD, AOE, CVN, Naval Magazines, Weapons Stations, Surface Combatants, Navy EOD Personnel (5336/5337); Marines (E6, E7, E8, and E9) with a 6531/6541/6591/2311/2336 MOS and DOD Civilians.

Scope: This is a structured comprehensive training program to standardize and expand upon the level of expertise of newly commissioned LDO's and CWO's. This course consists of technical, administrative, and safety oriented instruction, which will significantly enhance the professionalism of successful graduates. This instruction covers a wide range of topics designed to provide the student with general knowledge of various areas an Ordnance Officer may manage in their career.

Student Feedback Form
Supervisor Feedback Form
Seat Request Form

Prerequisites:
Must have a background in the Ordnance field. USN NOBC: 636X/736X/616X/716X/648X/748X. USN must have an enlisted rating of Ordnance, Gunners Mates assigned to Amphib, AOE, CVN. WEPS. STA. Surface Combatants. EOD personnel must have (5336/5337). USMC MOS:65XX/2105/2340/2341. DOD Civilians must work in an ordnance related field. Information Awareness Training (IA) DoD-IAA-V.90 or most current.

Quota Control: CNATT DET Whiting Field
DSN: 868-7896 ext 110
COMM: (850) 623-7851

E-Mail: CNATTDETMILTONSTUDENTCONTROL@navy.mil

Personnel Report to:
OFFICER IN CHARGE, CNATT DET Whiting Field
BLDG. 2945, NAS WHITING FIELD
MILTON, FL 32570-6002

Level 2

Course Number: C-4E-0011
Location and CDP: NAS Whiting Field, 992Z
Length: 12 Days
Class of School/Course: C2
Skill Identifier for Which Trained: NONE

Important:
All U.S. DOD personnel are required to have a CAC card with digital certificates before attending school. At a minimum, the USN or USMC email address cert (DOD EMAIL CA-xx) must be on your CAC card. This can be verified, accomplished at your base ID card issuing office.

All U.S. DOD students reporting aboard should have a current and active Government Travel Card.

Purpose:
Level II is a two-week course with instruction targeted at Officers and Senior Enlisted personnel who are at their mid-career point. Focus will be placed on job related functions that are associated with assignments to Ordnance management billets, i.e., Air Wings, Type Wings, TYCOMS, Ordnance Handling Officers, Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity, Naval Ammunition Logistics Command and Washington D.C. area tours. Specific training in the areas of Intermediate Maintenance Activity, Weapons Department, Engineering Department, Supply Department, Maintenance Department, Ordnance/Maintenance/Supply Teamwork, Productivity/Performance Improvement, Operations Department, Air Department, VERTREP/CONREP procedures, and Safety are taught.

Scope:
This is a structured comprehensive training program to standardize and expand upon the level of expertise of Officers, Senior Enlisted and DOD Civilians at their mid-career point. Focus is placed on job related functions that are associated with assignment to ordnance management billets, with emphasis on Conventional Ordnance Safety Review (COSR) for surface ships and Explosive Safety Inspection (ESI) for USN/USMC installations.

NOTE: Steel Toe Shoes are required for Level 2

Student Feedback Form
Supervisor Feedback Form
Seat Request Form

Prerequisites:
Must have a background in the Ordnance field. It is encouraged that Level II students should be Level I graduates. USN NOBC: 636X/736X/616X/716X/648X/748X. USN must have an enlisted rating of Ordnance, Gunners Mates assigned to Amphib, AOE, CVN. WEPS. STA. Surface Combatants. EOD personnel must have (5336/5337). USMC MOS:65XX/2105/2340/2341. DOD Civilians must work in an ordnance related field. Information Awareness Training (IA) DoD-IAA-V.90 or most current.

Quota Control: CNATT DET Whiting Field
DSN: 868-7896 ext 110
COMM: (850) 623-7851

E-Mail: CNATTDETMILTONSTUDENTCONTROL@navy.mil

Personnel Report to:
OFFICER IN CHARGE, CNATT DET Whiting Field
BLDG. 2945, NAS WHITING FIELD
MILTON, FL 32570-6002

Level 3

Course Number: C-4E-0012
Location and CDP: NAS Whiting Field, 9938
Length: 12 Days
Class of School/Course: C2
Skill Identifier for Which Trained: NONE

Important:
All U.S. DOD personnel are required to have a CAC card with digital certificates before attending school. At a minimum, the USN or USMC email address cert (DOD EMAIL CA-xx) must be on your CAC card. This can be verified, accomplished at your base ID card issuing office.

All U.S. DOD students reporting aboard should have a current and active Government Travel Card.

Purpose:
Level III is a two-week course with instruction intended for Officers and Senior Enlisted personnel who are at their upper career point. Focus will be placed on job related functions that are associated with assignments to ordnance management billets (i.e., TYCOMS, FLTCOM's, Naval Ordnance Safety and Security Activity, Naval Operational Logistics Support Center, and Washington D.C. area tours). This instruction covers a wide range of topics such as Non-Nuclear Expendable Ordnance Management Responsibilities, Policies and Procedures, Ordnance Fair Share Distribution Policy, Ships Cargo Load, Mission Load, Afloat Allowances, Ammunition Inventory Control, Retrograde Rollback and Fleet Return Material, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Readiness, Supportability, and Safety.

Scope:
This is a structured comprehensive training program to standardize and expand upon the level of expertise of Officers, Senior Enlisted and DOD Civilians at their upper career point. This course consists of technical, administrative, and safety oriented instruction, which will significantly enhance the professionalism of successful graduates.

Student Feedback Form
Supervisor Feedback Form
Seat Request Form

Prerequisites:
Must have a background in the Ordnance field. It is encouraged that Level III students be Level II graduates. USN NOBC: 636X/736X/616X/716X. USN must have an enlisted rating of Ordnance, Gunners Mates assigned to Amphib, AOE, CVN. WEPS. STA. Surface Combatants. EOD personnel must have (5336/5337). USMC MOS:65XX/2305/2311/2336/2340/2341. DOD Civilians must work in an ordnance related field. Information Awareness Training (IA) DoD-IAA-V.90 or most current.

Quota Control: CNATT DET Whiting Field
DSN: 868-7896 ext 110
COMM: (850) 623-7851

E-Mail: CNATTDETMILTONSTUDENTCONTROL@navy.mil

Personnel Report to:
OFFICER IN CHARGE, CNATT DET Whiting Field
BLDG. 2945, NAS WHITING FIELD
MILTON, FL 32570-6002

Aviation Supply Officer Basic Qualification Course

The Aviation Supply Officer Basic Qualification Course is designed to provide the training necessary to lead, manage, plan, direct, analyze, and control the performance and execution of aviation supply functions within the divisions of a Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron (MALS) Supply Department and in support of deployed operations. Students will gain a working knowledge of Marine Corps and Navy Orders, Instructions, and Directives regulating aviation logistics, Navy developed and sponsored aviation automated management systems, repairable and financial management programs, budgeting and accounting functions, aviation inventory functions, and warehousing operations. Students will learn to utilize supply management aids to assist in tracking performance over time and ensure progression towards established goal. Additionally, they will learn how to properly initiate and maintain liaison with external agencies to provide and/or obtain support and properly report supply management indicators to higher commands.

Aviation Supply Short Course

The purpose of Marine Aviation Supply Short Course is to provide a three week course focused on refresher and advanced concept management training to aviation supply officers and enlisted personnel as well as provide an introduction to the fundamentals of aviation supply to aviation maintenance Marines. During the first 5 training days (week one), instruction will focus on fundamental supply processes and requisition flow. The target audience for week one is the Marine who has been out of the fleet for an extended period of time and needs a refresher or Marines from other aviation logistics communities that require familiarity in supply processes. During training days 6-10 (week two), instruction will shift to focus on report based management skills and include extensive practical application on how to use standard supply reports. The target audience for week two is the aviation supply SNCO and OIC who have already mastered the fundamentals of aviation supply. During training days 11-15 (week three), instruction will focus on emerging aviation logistics doctrine and executing aviation logistics for a deployed operation. Topics include MALSP, MALSP Modernization, Buffer sizing, deployed aviation logistics information systems, and the Marine Corps planning process. Target audience for week three is the Marine that will plan or execute a deployed operation. The course is open to all aviation logistics communities as well as Navy Supply Corps Personnel assigned to the Marine Aircraft Wing.

Prerequisites:
Marine Students must possess an MOS of 6XXX and be of the grade of Staff Sergeant or higher (can be waived for Sergeants). Marines not possessing a 66XX MOS must have at least one year experience in Production Control, Maintenance Control, or as a Division OIC. Navy Supply Corps personnel (officer or enlisted) may attend if they are PO1 or above and filling a billet in direct support of Marine Aviation.