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Be safe. Arrive alive.
It has been a busy, productive year! Happy Holidays from the MTC.
Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex (MTC) offers a tailorable Mission Training Program providing commanders and their staffs a complete program for developing and sustaining their digital war fighter skills, as well as much, much more: Individual Operator Training, TOC Staff Workshops, Command Post Exercises, Constructive Simulations & Operator Training Courses.
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Service Award & Donuts
Today we celebrated momentous service awards for many of our Mission Training Complex Employees. Congrats!
When the parking lot is full, that means we are doing our best to provide excellent training opportunities! Please note that MTC resources between now and the end of October are extremely limited due to our requirements to support the Division War Fighter. If you need training outside of that time frame, give us a call today.
Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division G2 and the Division’s Fires and Effects Coordination Cell (FEC) participated in an intelligence Functional Area Workshop (FAW) at the Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex (MTC) 6-8 January 2016. The FAW focused on Distributed Common Ground Station-Army (DCGS-A) integration with other Army Mission Command Systems (MCS). The training was facilitated by Collective Training Branch (CTB) Training Integrators and supported by DCGS-A and Tactical Mission Command Field Service Engineers. The objective of the event was to develop and refine workflow processes for situation development and target development in support of Decisive Action.
Intelligence analysts practiced using the DCGS-A Multifunctional Work Station (MFWS) subscription services and messaging to automate the process of monitoring friendly force combat information and reporting, as well as to send, receive, and analyze message traffic to and from MCS in order to create and disseminate Enemy Situation (ENEMY-SIT), Indications and Warnings (IND-WARN), and Graphic information.
Additionally, Intelligence analysts practiced target development using the Target Center Viewer to create alert criteria and monitor sectors of fire for confirmed presence of enemy forces. Target Intelligence Data (TIDAT) messages describing eligible targets for fire were automatically generated and sent to the Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data Systems (AFATDS) in the Division FEC for coordination.
Observations and lessons learned by participants were subsequently consolidated to create and update the Divisions SOP.
“It’s not a myth anymore. DCGS-A really can communicate with all of the other systems.” SGT Byrd (3ID, Intelligence Analyst).
The Fort Stewart MTC provides a “turn-key” solution to MCS training offering an always on, always networked capability to conduct digital integration and staff battle drill training for brigade and battalion staffs. We operate several Reconfigurable Tactical Operations Centers (R-TOCs) that can be tailored to mirror a unit’s computing environment. The CTB provides training scenarios designed to sharpen staff skills in the collective use of various MCS and enhance the staff’s ability to plan, execute, and monitor battlefield operations. The spectrum of collective training conducted within the R-TOC extends from digital interoperability training through simulations driven, digital command post exercise.
Following the September Command Post Exercise executed at the MTC, Soldiers from the 3rd MP Group participate in an After Action Review and Awards Ceremony with their Higher Headquarters participating via VTC.
Soldiers at the Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex (MTC) train using VBS2 (soon to be VBS3)! It's your turn. Call (912) 435-1552. Practice TLPs, plan, rehearse and execute mounted and dismounted missions, and/ or respond to ambushes, IEDs and other insurgent tactics.
Major General John M. Murray, 3rd Infantry Division Command General, visits the Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex.
Soldiers from 1-64 Armor, Third Infantry Division, build a Common Operating Picture (COP) for their commander inside the RTOC at the Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex as a part of their October TOC Staff Workshop.
Photo Credit: Rachael Glaser, Training Integrator
We look forward to moving into our new building this Fall!
Wave Hello to Soldiers from 1-171 GSAB who took a short break during their Mini-EX. Thanks to Training Integrator Alexander Rivera Diaz for the photo!
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Soldiers from 518th STB experience the Dismounted Soldier Training System
1-171 GSAB Puckster Training and TOC Staff Workshop
It's Hump Day! And today we hosted 1-171 GSAB Puckster Training and TOC Staff Workshop.
Derwin Forney (Battle Staff Training Integrator) assists a member of the 226 Quartermaster Company during Virtual Battle Space 2 (VBS2) Training at the Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex.
Jeff Allmond (Battle Staff Training Integrator) coaches staff members on how to manage and track commodities, vehicle convoys, and personnel status using the Battle Command Support and Sustainment System (BCS3) during a recent TOC Staff Workshop with the 429th Multifunctional Medical Battalion.
Blast from the Past: About a year ago, Unified Endeavor 12-2 (26 March - 6 April 2012) brought with it an entire "trailer park".
Lost? Let me help you!
From Hinesville, GA:
1. Turn off of HWY 84 onto Sunbury Rd (behind Parkers gas station)
2. Stay on Sunbury Rd until it ends at HWY 144
3. Go east (turning right) on GA Hwy144 (toward Richmond Hill). Travel about 5 miles, turn right just past mile marker 16 on Trinity Rd (You will see a brown sign that says Evans Field)
4. Follow Trinity Rd until you see a big parking lot on your right; report to Bldg 19103.
1. Take Exit 90 (Richmond Hill/Fort Stewart)
2. Take HWY 144 west approximately 12 miles. Pass mile marker 17, andturn left on Trinity Rd
3. Follow Trinity Rd until you see a big parking lot on your right; report to Bldg 19103
Fort Stewart Mission Training Complex's cover photo
284 Trinity Road, BLDG 19130 (Evans Army Airfield)
Fort Stewart, GA
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