INFANTRY MACHINEGUNNER�S (IMG) COURSE DESCRIPTION

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                     INFANTRY MACHINE GUNNER’S COURSE(IMGC)

1. Overview The Infantry Machine Gun Course is an 0331 specific course
designed for Task Organized Sections to come together, learn, and practice
intermediate level machine gun knowledge and employment. It assists the
section leader’s ability to command and control while enhancing the section’s
ability to respond to their resident leadership; it is a unit cohesion
course. The course is designed to be flexible and adaptive to the unit’s
needs and abilities varying on the chain of command’s self assessment. Prior
to each course, DivSch instructors will sit down with the unit to establish a
plan of action. The course itself is designed to reinforce timeless skills
of basic machine gunnery in a conventional mindset while glossing emerging
techniques, tactics, and procedures on today’s modern battlefield.

2. Mission Conduct collective machine gun training, focused on the 3000
level skills, while remediating and sustaining individual machine gunnery
skills, enhancing unit cohesion, and reinforcing unit SOP.

3. Course Graduation Requirements Students will complete practical
application and written exams to demonstrate basic knowledge and
understanding of the weapons system and employment concepts. A live fire
field exercise will be conducted that evaluates the unit’s capability and
section’s effectiveness to deliver timely and accurate fires upon an enemy.
Students who successfully complete the entire course and have observed and
evaluated competency based on the T&R manual will receive a course completion
certificate on graduation day.

4. Course Administration The course is conducted at Division Schools,
located on Camp Margarita aboard Camp Pendleton. To plan a course call
Division Schools S-3, 725-8760, in order to set up an initial planning
conference (IPC). A Letter of Transmittal, LTI, PFI, and 10520 weapons cards
must accompany weapons when dropped off at Division Schools Armory, Bldg
33608.

5.   Course Length   13 actual Training Days

6.   Maximum Course Seats   Approx. 90; task organized into T/O MG Sections.

7. Student Prerequisites Marines must have the 0331 MOS or are currently
serving in a line unit. They are required to be on a ‘fit for duty’ status
and meet basic Marine Corps standards of physical fitness and mental
aptitude. Units should screen their Marines and preclude attendance based on
legal or disciplinary problems.

8. Command and Signal   Chief Instructor (760)763-5157.

             *Division Schools does not provide ammunition*




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                          INFANTRY MORTARMAN’S COURSE (IMC)

1. Overview The Infantry Mortarman’s Course is an 0341 specific course
designed for Task Organized Sections to come together, learn, and practice
intermediate level mortar knowledge and employment. It assists the section
leader’s ability to command and control while enhancing the section’s ability
to respond to their resident leadership; it is a unit cohesion course. The
course is designed to be flexible and adaptive to the unit’s needs and
abilities varying on the chain of command’s self assessment. Prior to each
course, DivSch instructors will sit down with the unit to establish a plan of
action in accordance with a Train the trainer (T3) methodology. The course
itself is designed to reinforce timeless skills of basic mortar gunnery in a
conventional mindset while glossing emerging techniques, tactics, and
procedures on today’s modern battlefield. The course includes separate
training for the Gunline, Fire Direction Center, and Forward Observers.

2. Mission Statement Conduct collective mortar training, focused on the
3000 level skills, while remediating and sustaining individual mortarman
gunnery skills, enhancing unit cohesion, and reinforcing unit SOP.

3. Course Graduation Requirements Students will complete practical
application and written exams to demonstrate basic knowledge and
understanding of the weapons system and employment concepts. A live fire
field exercise will be conducted that evaluates the unit’s capability and
section’s effectiveness to deliver timely and accurate fires upon an enemy.
Students who successfully complete the entire course and have observed and
evaluated competency based on the T&R manual will receive a course completion
certificate on graduation day.

4. Course Administration The course is conducted at Division Schools,
located on Camp Margarita aboard Camp Pendleton. To plan a course call
Division Schools S-3, 725-8760, in order to set up an initial planning
conference (IPC). A Letter of Transmittal, LTI, PFI, and 10520 weapons cards
must accompany weapons when dropped off at Division Schools Armory, Bldg
33608.

5.   Course Length   12 actual Training Days

6.   Maximum Course Seats     Battalion Mortar Sections

7. Student Prerequisites Marines must have the 0341 MOS or are currently
serving in a line unit. They are required to be on a ‘fit for duty’ status
and meet basic Marine Corps standards of physical fitness and mental
aptitude. Units should screen their Marines and preclude attendance based on
legal or disciplinary problems.

8.   Command and Signal     Chief Instructor (760)763-3572.

             *Division Schools does not provide ammunition*




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                        INFANTRY ASSAULTMAN’S COURSE (IAC)

1. Overview The Infantry Assaultman’s Course is an 0351 specific course
designed for Task Organized Teams and Squads to come together, learn, and
practice intermediate level assault knowledge and employment. It assists the
unit leader’s ability to command and control while enhancing the team’s
ability to respond to their resident leadership; it is a unit cohesion
course. The course is designed to be flexible and adaptive to the unit’s
needs and abilities varying on the chain of command’s self assessment. Prior
to each course, DivSch instructors will sit down with the unit to establish a
plan of action in accordance with a Train the trainer (T3) methodology. The
course itself is designed to reinforce timeless skills of the basic assault
and demolition man in a conventional mindset while introducing emerging
tactics, techniques, and procedures on today’s modern battlefield. The
course includes MK153 training, demolitions and urban mobility training.

2. Mission Statement Conduct collective asaultman training, focused on the
3000 level skills, while remediating and sustaining basic individual
assaultman skills, enhancing unit cohesion, and reinforcing unit SOP.

3. Course Graduation Requirements Students will complete practical
application and written exams to demonstrate basic knowledge and
understanding of the weapons system and employment concepts. A live fire
field exercise will be conducted that evaluates the unit’s capability and
effectiveness to deliver quick and accurate fire to an enemy. Students who
successfully complete the entire course and have observed and evaluated
competency based on the T&R manual will receive a course completion
certificate on graduation day.

4. Course Administration The course is conducted at Division Schools,
located at Camp Margarita within the 33 Area aboard Camp Pendleton. To plan
a course call Division Schools S-3, 725-8760, in order to set up an initial
planning conference (IPC). A Letter of Transmittal, LTI, PFI, and 10520
weapons cards must accompany weapons when dropped off at Division Schools
Armory, Bldg 33608.

5.   Course Length   8 actual Training Days

6.   Maximum Course Seats   50 Students

7. Student Prerequisites Marines must have 0351 MOS or are currently
serving in a line unit. They are required to be on a ‘fit for duty’ status
and meet basic Marine Corps standards of physical fitness and mental
aptitude. Units should screen their Marines and preclude attendance based on
legal or disciplinary problems.

8. Command and Signal    Chief Instructor (760)763-8755.

             *Division Schools does not provide ammunition*




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