EWTGPAC conducts training particularly suited to the needs of the Operating Forces assigned to Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command, Marine Forces Reserve and I Marine Expeditionary Force elements of the Operating Forces, and Navy commands which operate with, or in support of, landing forces. In addition, training is conducted which meets the requirements of other U.S. military units and allied components whose mission involves operations with landing forces.
Expeditionary Warfare Operations
The Operations and Training Department provides the preponderance of Staff Planning, Peace Keeping & Stability Operations, and MAGTF oriented training. More specifically, their focus areas include
- Operational planning for employment of Naval and Marine forces, to include:
- ARG and MEU Command Relationships
- ESG and MEB Command Relationships
- Fire Support Coordination
- Tactical Air Control Procedures
- Humanitarian Aid / Disaster Relief (HA/DR)
- Tactics and techniques for employing Marine Air Ground Task Forces (MAGTFs)
- LCAC operations
- Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) Operations
- Rapid Response Planning Process (R2P2) Planning
- Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) Operations
- Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival (MCIWS)
- International Coalition Staff Planning
- Improved Navy Lighterage System (INLS) Operations
MOS / NEC Training
EWTGPAC provides Military Occupational Specialty / Navy Enlisted Classification (MOS / NEC) training for both officer and enlisted Marines and Navy personnel.
The appropriate Military Occupational Specialties (MOS), Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) code and Navy Officer Billet Classification (NOBC), designated in the current addition of MCO P1200.7 and the Manual of Navy Enlisted Manpower and Personnel Classifications and Occupational Standards, directly identifies the purpose of some courses.
Joint Expeditionary Warfare Laboratory
The Joint Expeditionary Warfare Lab (JEWL) is the facility that the N62 Division operates to achieve this support not only for Navy and USMC staffs but also for Coalition and Joint entities in accomplishing training in doctrine, tactics and techniques of Naval Expeditionary Warfare with a focus on amphibious operations. The JEWL affords the capability to synthetically replicate an array of warfighting cells and places students in a challenging synthetic operational environment.
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3423 Guadalcanal Rd.
San Diego, CA 92155
Quarterdeck Phone: (619) 437-5333
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