Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC

Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC This is the Official page for the Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC. Located on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst
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Operating as usual

12/30/2019
New Jersey National Guard

New Jersey National Guard

What were your favorite moments from 2019?

The Soldiers and Airmen from the New Jersey Army and Air National Guard had a memorable year, serving our state and nation at home and abroad. We participated in numerous training exercises, deployed troops across the globe, remembered those who came before us, assisted our communities, and came home to loved ones.

444th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment | 108th Wing | 177th Fighter Wing, NJANG | The National Guard

08/13/2019
New Jersey National Guard

New Jersey National Guard

U.S. Army Capt. Melissa Parmenter, a behavioral health officer with the New Jersey National Guard, introduced us to Ace, our new therapy dog, while visiting Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.

The New Jersey Army National Guard provides 24 hour access at 609-235-5959. The National Crisis Line is 1-800-273-8255.

National Guard | U.S. Army | Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

DEADLINE EXTENDED! The effective date for the new 16-year service limit rule for Post-9/11 GI Bill transfer-ability has ...
07/11/2019
Changes in GI Bill transfer benefits coming

DEADLINE EXTENDED! The effective date for the new 16-year service limit rule for Post-9/11 GI Bill transfer-ability has been extended by 6 months. It now goes into effect on Jan. 12, 2020.

Provisions allowing Guard members to transfer some or all of their Post- 9/11 GI Bill benefits to their spouse or children are set to change.

New Jersey National Guard
01/30/2019

New Jersey National Guard

B Company, 1-114th Infantry Regiment, 44th Infantry Brigade Combat Team members said farewell to friends, family members, and their hometowns at the Freehold Armory in Freehold, N.J., on Jan. 27, 2019. Numerous New Jersey National Guard units are scheduled to deploy to Southwest Asia. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Sgt. Jorge Morales)

New Jersey National Guard
10/24/2018

New Jersey National Guard

High Tech Training:
U.S. Army National Guard Soldiers with Alpha Company, 104th Brigade Engineer Battalion, fire at virtual targets on an Unstabilized Gunnery Trainer at the Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J., Oct. 24, 2018.

New Jersey National Guard
09/26/2018

New Jersey National Guard

Over 30 law enforcement professionals and township emergency management personnel went through the HMMWV Egress Assistance Trainer (HEAT) rollover class with New Jersey Army National Guard instructors. The training is for first responders whose departments have gained tactical vehicles for high-water rescues.

Atlantic Highlands Police Department Deal Police Department Allenhurst Police Department Borough of Rumson Police Department Berkeley Township Police Department Marlboro Township Police Department Union Beach Police Department

Soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve 's 7221st Medical Support Unit and Airmen at the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center...
04/16/2018

Soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve 's 7221st Medical Support Unit and Airmen at the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center utilized the facilities here on April 6.

Soldiers from the U.S. Army Reserve 's 7221st Medical Support Unit and Airmen at the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center utilized the facilities here on April 6.

JT2DC is holding their annual Golf Tournament on August 11, 2017.  All are welcome.  Cost is $100 per person.  Price inc...
01/23/2017

JT2DC is holding their annual Golf Tournament on August 11, 2017. All are welcome. Cost is $100 per person. Price includes, Greens Fees, Cart, Lunch and various prizes. We hope you can make it out. For more information, please call 609-562-0585.

New Jersey National Guard
01/22/2017

New Jersey National Guard

Soldiers from the New Jersey Army National Guard's 2-102nd Cavalry conducted pre-deployment training at the Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst on January 21, 2017. The soldiers from the wheeled assault platoon performed collective crew and unit tactical maneuvers in the virtual environment of the the Mobile TOW ITAS CST (Tube Launched, Optically Tracked, Wire Guided - Improved Target Acquisition System - Collective Skills Trainer). (U.S. Army photos by Staff Sgt. Nicholas Young/Released)

12/13/2016
New Jersey National Guard

Awesome video from the NJ National Guard featuring one of our lanes!

On The National Guard's 380th Birthday we are proud to present our 2016 Year in Photos video!

2016 was an amazing year, with some of the most dynamic training events the New Jersey National Guard has ever seen! New Jersey National Guard Soldiers trained with U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 404th CA Bn(A) several times, as well as with partner nation Albania. U.S. Army Soldiers and United States Air Force Airmen utilized the National Guard’s Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC throughout the year, it has been a fantastic resource for so many military members and civilian partners! Soldiers from the 50th Infantry Brigade Combat Team maintained a high proficiency level, keeping them combat ready through 2016!

On the Air National Guard side, the 177th Fighter Wing, NJANG had a great year, with Red Flag, deploying Civil Engineer Airmen to Albania, TACP Joint Ops with U.S. Army Special Forces, and working to strengthen ties with the New Jersey State Police during disasters. The 177th and 108th Wing both dedicated Airmen to the Healthy Cortland IRT, which provided much needed care to underprivileged communities in New York. The 108th and the 514th Air Mobility Wing teamed up this year with folks from Westover Air Reserve Base to assist in the delivery of a firetruck to Nicaragua. A great team effort!

#YearinPhotos #NJNationalGuard #Military #Soldiers #Airmen #JointTraining #WeAreGuard #Guard380

Atlantic City SWAT trains at the JT2DC
10/17/2016

Atlantic City SWAT trains at the JT2DC

The New Jersey Army National Guard's Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) held a Change of Command Cer...
08/15/2016
Passing the Colors at JT2DC

The New Jersey Army National Guard's Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) held a Change of Command Ceremony on Saturday August 13, 2016 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Col. John E. Langston passed the JT2DC’s guidon to Col. Paul Nema in a traditional military change of command ceremony. The transfer of the JT2DC’s guidon is significant in many ways; the history, traditions and accomplishments of the JT2DC are embodied in it. With the transfer, the unit's legacy is passed as a building block for future performance and achievement. (Photos by Staff Sgt. Nicholas Young, New Jersey National Guard Public Affairs,) Released. https://flic.kr/s/aHskF6PqDj

The New Jersey Army National Guard's Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) held a Change of Command Ceremony on Saturday August 13, 2016 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Col. John E. Langston passed the JT2DC’s guidon to Col. Paul Nema in a traditional military change of command...

08/15/2016

The New Jersey Army National Guard's Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) held a Change of Command Ceremony on Saturday August 13, 2016 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. Col. John E. Langston passed the JT2DC’s guidon to Col. Paul Nema in a traditional military change of command ceremony. The transfer of the JT2DC’s guidon is significant in many ways; the history, traditions and accomplishments of the JT2DC are embodied in it. With the transfer, the unit's legacy is passed as a building block for future performance and achievement. (Photos by Staff Sgt. Nicholas Young, New Jersey National Guard Public Affairs,) Released. https://flic.kr/s/aHskF6PqDj

SFS Airmen from the Air National Guard's  177th Fighter Wing, NJANG used our indoor MOUT site to train in squad tactics ...
06/20/2016

SFS Airmen from the Air National Guard's 177th Fighter Wing, NJANG used our indoor MOUT site to train in squad tactics in low light!

SFS Airmen from the Air National Guard's 177th Fighter Wing, NJANG used our indoor MOUT site to train in squad tactics in low light!

04/28/2016
New Jersey National Guard

We had a great visit yesterday from the Commander of Air Force AMC and civic leaders!

United States Air Force senior leadership, including Air Mobility Command Gen. Carlton Everhart II and Command Chief Master Sgt. Shelina Frey, as well as civic leaders from all over the world visited the New Jersey National Guard's Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC, which is located at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst on April 27th, 2016. The JT2DC is a state-of-the-art combat training facility.

Actor/Comedian Blake Clark stopped by on Friday to check out our facility! Mr. Clark, a U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran, is on...
04/02/2016

Actor/Comedian Blake Clark stopped by on Friday to check out our facility! Mr. Clark, a U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran, is on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst for a comedy show! Thank you for your service sir!

02/24/2016
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Unit Training Managers, you're not gonna wanna miss this one! Get your troops hands-on, ultra-realistic training right in your own backyard at the Battle Lab. Get a behind the scenes look at just one of the the Battle Lab's (Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC) training lanes in this week's MDL Minute!

02/11/2016

This year's annual golf tournament will be held on 06MAY2016 at Fountain Green Golf Course Fort Dix. Entrance fee is
$100 per person. Includes greens fees, cart, refreshments, door prizes, and buffet lunch. Please call 609-562-0585 for more information.

Active Shooter Training at the JT2DC
01/27/2016

Active Shooter Training at the JT2DC

01/24/2016
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst

Team JB MDL, just a reminder, the current road condition is BLACK. ***Only those required by their commander or director to report for duty are authorized to drive on base.*** The roads are extremely hazardous due to ice, snow, high winds, heavy precipitation or reduced visibility.

It is very dangerous for individuals to be driving or walking along the streets right now, and it is delaying the snow plowing process on base. Therefore, we ask that you remain off the roads so our civil engineers can help open the base for all.

10/01/2015
New Jersey National Guard

New Jersey National Guard

Chief Mitch Brush spoke with Soldiers and Airmen from the NJNG at a Senior Enlisted Conference on Sept. 30 at the Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC

Chief Mitch Brush spoke with Soldiers and Airmen from the NJNG at a Senior Enlisted Conference on Sept. 30 at the Joint ...
09/30/2015

Chief Mitch Brush spoke with Soldiers and Airmen from the NJNG at a Senior Enlisted Conference on Sept. 30 at the Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC.

Chief Mitch Brush spoke with Soldiers and Airmen from the NJNG at a Senior Enlisted Conference on Sept. 30 at the Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC.

Members of the Joint Training and Training Development Center  (JT2DC) Staff traveled to Tirana, Albania to visit the Mi...
08/31/2015

Members of the Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) Staff traveled to Tirana, Albania to visit the Ministry of Defense and Albanian Armed Forces (AAF) Simulation facility to complete the Joint Reaction 2015 (JR-15) Disaster Relief simulation exercise. The JR-15 is a EUCOM-sponsored, computer-assisted simulation involving a regional disaster requiring a multilateral response from regional partners. Albania provided the primary site for JR-15, with JCATS-equipped partners running distributed sites to reduce costs of moving personnel. Participants included Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia. The Joint Training and Training Development Center supported the exercise with Observer/Controllers to advise and assist the Albanian Joint Operations Center, Local Civil Emergency Operation Center in Elbasan and National Operations Center for Civil-Emergency.

The objectives of JR-15 was to enhance cooperation and interoperability among regional partners of the Balkan Peninsula relative to the timely and effective deployment and employment of disaster relief assets when confronted with a major civil emergency that demands a comprehensive regional response. JR-15 also overall enhanced the abilities among member nations of the US-Adriatic Charter (A5) and regional partners to deploy/employ disaster relief assets to a stricken region in a timely and efficient manner while fostering a whole of region/comprehensive response by strengthening relationships among regional, national and local government officials.

This exercise was seen as vital to the strong friendship between the Country of Albania and the great State of New Jersey. The NJNG is committed to the advancement of the Albanian Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Internal Affairs. Upon the completion of Joint Reaction 2015, it was viewed by those JT2DC members who attended, that JOINT REACTION 15 would not only be a continuation of the relationship that both the Ministry of Defense and the NJNG have shared in the past, but one which the NJNG can share with the Ministry of Internal Affair's National Operations Center for Civil-Emergency, the AAF Simulation center and the participating countries involved.

Members of the Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) Staff traveled to Tirana, Albania to visit the Ministry of Defense and Albanian Armed Forces (AAF) Simulation facility to complete the Joint Reaction 2015 (JR-15) Disaster Relief simulation exercise. The JR-15 is a EUCOM-sponsored, computer-assisted simulation involving a regional disaster requiring a multilateral response from regional partners. Albania provided the primary site for JR-15, with JCATS-equipped partners running distributed sites to reduce costs of moving personnel. Participants included Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia. The Joint Training and Training Development Center supported the exercise with Observer/Controllers to advise and assist the Albanian Joint Operations Center, Local Civil Emergency Operation Center in Elbasan and National Operations Center for Civil-Emergency.

The objectives of JR-15 was to enhance cooperation and interoperability among regional partners of the Balkan Peninsula relative to the timely and effective deployment and employment of disaster relief assets when confronted with a major civil emergency that demands a comprehensive regional response. JR-15 also overall enhanced the abilities among member nations of the US-Adriatic Charter (A5) and regional partners to deploy/employ disaster relief assets to a stricken region in a timely and efficient manner while fostering a whole of region/comprehensive response by strengthening relationships among regional, national and local government officials.

This exercise was seen as vital to the strong friendship between the Country of Albania and the great State of New Jersey. The NJNG is committed to the advancement of the Albanian Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Internal Affairs. Upon the completion of Joint Reaction 2015, it was viewed by those JT2DC members who attended, that JOINT REACTION 15 would not only be a continuation of the relationship that both the Ministry of Defense and the NJNG have shared in the past, but one which the NJNG can share with the Ministry of Internal Affair's National Operations Center for Civil-Emergency, the AAF Simulation center and the participating countries involved.

08/26/2015
Army Sustainment

Army Sustainment

To simulate providing defense support to civil authorities, the 1104th Mobilization Support Battalion, U.S. Army Reserve, held a staff exercise Aug. 10-12 at the New Jersey National Guard’s Joint Training and Training Development Center-JT2DC on Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. (Story includes footage of #HurricaneSandy relief from My 143d ESC) 99th Regional Support Command (RSC)

08/12/2015

Don't forget to check with the JBMDL ITT office for discounts on local and out of state tickets!http://gomdl.com/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2015/07/LOCAL-PRICE-LIST-2015.pdf

Here's a sneak peak at the t-shirts for this year's golf tournament.  If you're going to be attending let me know if you...
05/28/2015

Here's a sneak peak at the t-shirts for this year's golf tournament. If you're going to be attending let me know if you're interested in purchasing one. Cost is $10

05/19/2015

Looking for Golfers!!! JT2DC is holding its 15th Annual Golf Tournament on 05 June 2015. All are welcome. Cost is $100 per person. Price includes Greens Fees, Cart, Lunch and various prizes. Hope you can make it out to support a great cause. All proceeds go towards our Soldiers' Association. For more information, please call 609-562-0585.

JT2DC Change of Responsibility
05/04/2015
JT2DC Change of Responsibility

JT2DC Change of Responsibility

Outgoing Command Sgt. Major Timothy Marvian passes responsibility for the Joint Training and Training Development Center to Command Sgt. Major Paula Cantara during a traditional military Change of Responsibility Ceremony on May 3rd, 2015 at Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, NJ. The change of respons…

03/24/2015

JT2DC is holding its annual Golf Tournament on 05 June 2015. All are welcome. Cost is $100 per person. Price includes Greens Fees, Cart, Lunch and various prizes. Hope you can make it out to support a great cause. All proceeds go towards our Soldiers' Association. For more information, please call 609-562-0585.

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Monday 07:30 - 17:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 17:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 17:00
Thursday 07:30 - 17:00
Friday 07:30 - 17:00

Telephone

(609) 562-0585

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Virtual Interactive Combat Environment ( 27 lanes), Indoor MOUT Immersion/Night Fighting Lanes, Call For Fire Trainer (CFFT) and Immersion Lane, Engagement Skills Trainer 2000 (EST 2000), Virtual Convoy Operations Trainer (VCOT), Battle Command Group, JIISC Team.

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I had the honor of working here for a few months back in 2013. An amazing facility and a great group of people.
ALCON, Just a reminder about the ARTBASS, T3BL, JT2DC & PTAE get together tonight @ the Pemberton American Legion. Starting around 1700. Hope to see you there! Best regards, MSG (R) Bosotina [email protected]