SOTACC students will receive the following core classes: * Introduction to offensive air support. * Component airspace-control agencies. * Targeting. * Fire-support coordination measures. * Artillery and mortar call-for-fire, or CFF. * Adjustment of impacts. * Naval surface fire-support CFF. * Fire- support integration. * Suppression of enemy air defense. * Aviation ordnance. * CAS mission planning. * Rotary- wing capabilities and tactics. * Fixed-wing capabilities and tactics. * Urban CAS. * Employment of laser-guided weapons and equipment. * Controlling CAS missions. * Night CAS. * AC- 130 employment. * Bomber employment. * Introduction to remotely operated video-enhanced receiver, or ROVER. * Joint air attack teams. * Illumination operations. * Precision strike suite for SOF During the final five days of the course, students train on various observation posts in the vicinity of Yuma Proving Grounds' Prospect Square impact area, conducting live CAS.