Army Chemical Review

SUMMER 2013

Army Chemical Review presents professional information about Chemical Corps functions related to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, smoke, flame, and civil support operations.

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Professional Military Education Qualifcation training courses are listed and described in Table 1. Table 1. Qualifcation training courses Enlisted/Noncommissioned Offcer (NCO) Qualifcation Training Courses 74D10 Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Specialist Course (School Code 031) Phase I (Course 03174D10 [R] [dL]) Once Soldiers are enrolled in Phase I, they will receive e-mail instructions from the Army Distributed Learning Program via Army Knowledge Online (AKO). Students must complete Phase I before reporting for Phase II training. An Army Correspondence Course Program (ACCP) certifcate of completion (e-mailed) or other documentation must be presented as proof of Phase I completion during Phase II in-processing. Soldiers who experience problems with Phase I should telephone the ACCP at (800) 275-2872 (Option 3) or (757) 878-3322/3335. If no ACCP representative is available, they should contact Master Sergeant Yamil Rodriguez, 3d Brigade (Chemical), at (860) 570-7114 or . 74D10 CBRN Specialist Course (School Code R031) Phases II and III (Course 03174D10 [R1]) These phases consist of resident training conducted at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Soldiers must have an e-mail printout indicating that they have completed Phase I. Soldiers who fail to provide the printout are returned to their units. CBRN Transition Course (School Code R031) This is a three-phase resident course. Soldiers attending the CBRN Transition Course (031-74D2/3/4) must be graduates of a military occupational specialty (MOS) Advanced Leader Course (ALC) or Basic Noncommissioned Offcer Course (BNCOC). Soldiers who have not attended ALC or BNCOC must attend the CBRN Specialist Course (031-74D10) to become 74D10 MOS-qualifed. Soldiers must complete the online Hazmat Awareness Training () prior to attending the CBRN Transition Course; certifcates must be presented during in-processing. ALC–Common Core (CC) Distributed Learning (dL) (School Code G400, Course 600-C45) This is a 90-day, 60.4-hour, highly facilitated, Web-based, non-MOS-specifc course that replaces only the CC portion of the previous BNCOC. Unit trainers enroll Soldiers through the Army Training Requirements System (ATTRS). Students receive e-mail registration instructions. Soldiers who fail to register within 15 days before the start date are automatically cancelled and considered "No Shows." The next Soldier on the waiting list is granted a confrmed reservation. Soldiers who are classifed as "No Shows" or who have been cancelled may be required to wait 24 months to reschedule for any phase of ALC. Soldiers must complete the ALC-CC and the three-phase CBRN ALC technical course to be considered an ALC graduate. Soldiers who previously completed BNCOC-CC will receive constructive credit for ALC-CC. 74D30 CBRN ALC (School Code R031, Course 031-74D30-C45) CBRN ALC is a three-phase resident course. Phase I is waived for Soldiers who possess a certifcate indicating that they have completed Department of Defense (DOD)-certifed hazmat training at the technician level. 74D40 Senior Leader Course (SLC) (School Code R031, Course 031-74D30-C46) This is a three-phase resident course conducted at Fort Leonard Wood. Effective 1 June 2013, graduation from Structured Self-Development, Level III, is a prerequisite for attending SLC. Offcer Qualifcation Training Courses CBRN Captain's Career Course (C3) (School Code 031) Phase I (Course 4-3C23 [dL]) This branch-specifc dL phase consists of 108 hours of dL instruction, which must be completed within 60 days before attending Phase II. Unit trainers enroll Soldiers through ATTRS. Students receive e-mail instructions from the Army Distributed Learning Program. Hazmat awareness training can be accessed at and completed by students prior to attending Phase II. Students who encounter problems should contact the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School (USACBRNS), CBRN C3 Course Manager, Major John Feero at (573) 563-7397 or . The successful completion of Phase I (and the CBRN Defense Course [branch transfers]) is a prerequisite for Phase II attendance. Phase II (Course 4-3C23) This branch-specifc resident phase consists of 2 weeks of training conducted at the USACBRNS. The focus is on radiological operations, live-agent training, hazmat awareness and operations level training and certifcation, and the basics of the Joint Warning and Reporting Network used within the Maneuver Control System. The successful completion of Phase II is a prerequisite for enrollment in Phase III. Phase III (Course 4-3C23 [dL]) This CC phase consists of 59.2 hours of dL instruction. Unit trainers enroll Soldiers through ATTRS. Students receive e-mail instructions from the Army Distributed Learning Program. Students must complete Phase III within 60 days of attending Phase IV. Those who encounter problems should contact Major Feero at (573) 563-7397 or . The successful completion of Phase III is a prerequisite for Phase IV attendance. Phase IV (Course 4-3C23) This resident phase consists of 2 weeks of training conducted at the USACBRNS. The focus is on a computeraided exercise that includes additional Joint Warning and Reporting Network and Maneuver Control System training, culminating in a military decisionmaking process exercise using state-of-the-art battle simulation equipment. 60 Army Chemical Review

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