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Last Date Updated13/Dec/2019 11:40
Training InstitutionAir Operations CoE (AO CoE) - CASPOA
DisciplineJoint Targeting (JTG)
AreaJoint Targeting (JT)
Depth of knowledge Level300 - Advance
NATO Course CertificationNATO Approved

Course CodeJTG-JT-3749
Course TitleTime Sensitive Targeting
Delivery MethodResidential
Course DescriptionThe entire course is based on training data and scenarios that allow participants to focus only on practice. Each student will have to execute every scenario in order to get to the next scenario (step by step approach). Practice will be done as required for the students to achieve the standards. The TST process is reminded to the students. Then FAST windows functions are explained to the students and how to work with it. FAST presented in an operational environment: creating a TST folder first, linking a mission to the target and then following the target prosecution with FAST. The students will implement the overall TST process
Course NotesELIGIBILITY: NATO Officers likely to hold positions within a TST Cell.

Aim of the CourseEducate personnel to become TST experts destined to hold a position in an air operations command and control structure in order to give them a Full knowledge of the TST process. Train personnel who have already the knowledge about targeting, on the Flexible Advanced Command and Control Services for joint Time sensitive target (FAST) based on Time Sensitive Target (TST) procedures, and who will be appointed to a job that requires the use of this software.
Learning ObjectivesUnderstand the TST process by: - Describing the TST process timeline specificity - Describing how to work within a TST cell - Describing how a TST cell works in collaboration with other entities - understand the role of FAST by: o Describing FAST modules o Practising on FAST - understand how to use FAST within a TST cell as a TST Chief, a TST Fusion Assistant, a TST Attack Coordinator, a TST cell’s Intel, a TST cell’s Targeteer/Weaponeer/CDE analyst. - understand how FAST allows TST participants to work in a collaborative way by: o Working on FAST in relation with Current Ops room o Working on FAST with other participants (TCE, TEA, component’s TST cells)
Pass/Fail criteriaNIL
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Structure of the Course2 days of theory including – the targeting cycle, - the TST organisation and process - FAST functions and shared relationships - Use of FAST functionality per TST cell position. 3 days of TST practice within a current ops room replication with an interactive simulator.

Active CourseYes
Course Active from15/Oct/2009
Course Deactivated on15/Oct/2039
Course Duration (in days)5.0
Expiration of Course Certification Period (in months)48
Pre-Req (System Non Verified)- English standard language proficiency (SLP): 2222 as a minimum; - CASPOA - AOCOE JFAC OC (B) course or equivalent (ex. DACCC IFJT, USAF AOC IQT, etc...) graduate. - (Optional but ideal): JTS BOC or JTIC (NSO ) graduate
Joining Instructions

Security ClearanceNS: NATO SECRET
Training AudienceP: NATO and PfP Nations

Tuition Fee per Student (Euro)0.00
Fees for Accommodation and Meals (Euro)20.50

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Other InformationAFB fees: Accommodation 30€/night Breakfast 1,30€ Lunch 4,70€

Annual Average of Attendance last 5 years20

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