The aim of this course is to provide NATO Targeteers the necessary knowledge and skill to conduct and database the physical and functional phases of battle damage assessment to NATO standards, as informed by US CJCSM 3162.01, Joint Methodology Battle Damage Assessment Standards, Alliance Joint Publication (AJP) 3.9, and Alliance Directive (AD) 80-70, ACO Manual (AM) 80-70.
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Given references, students will define the concept of Combat Assessment and identify the relationship between its sub-components in accordance with AD 80-70, CJCSM 3362.01, and AJP 3.9.
Weapons Familiarization - Review:
Given references, students will describe principles of weaponeering, types of weapons, and their capabilities in accordance with AD 80-70, CJCSM 3362.01, and AJP 3.9.
Battle Damage Assessment for Facilities:
Given references, students will describe damage assessment criteria for buildings, focusing on physical and functional damage, and completing the practical exercise in accordance with AD 80-70, CJCSM 3362.01, and AJP 3.9.
BDA for NATO Target Sets:
Given references, students will describe specific BDA characteristics associated with NATO Target Sets in accordance with AD 80-70, CJCSM 3362.01, and AJP 3.9.
IDB: BDA Production:
Given references and a JTS account, students will develop and enter BDA information on targets into the database (JTS) according to the standards discussed, in accordance with AD 80-70, CJCSM 3362.01, and AJP 3.9.
Given references, students will prepare and present a completed collection requirement in accordance with AD 80-70, CJCSM 3362.01, and AJP 3.9.
Assess, Develop and Database Targets:
Given a scenario, students will prepare electronic target folders for 5 notional targets, in accordance with CJCSI 3370.01, AJP 3.9, and AD 80-70.
Military officers (OF-2 through OF-5) and NCOs (OR-3 through OR-9), or civilian equivalents, who are assigned to a position which fulfils responsibilities in support of NATO targeting.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-3 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-2 thru OF-5
This one-week course is comprised of interactive lectures, briefings, moderated Q&A sessions, practical exercises and tests. Students must achieve at least an 80% on all exercises and tests.
he N3-17 NATO Joint Targeting Staff Course or any national NATO-approved joint targeting course is a pre-requisite for any other JTIC course (N3-97, N3-139 & N3-140). Students that have successfully passed N3-17 or any national NATO-approved joint targeting course have met this pre-requisite. The JTIC ByPass Test no longer exists and is not required for students with the N3-17 course prior to 2015 or NATO-approved national joint targeting courses, based on SACT’s decision of 07 Dec 2018.
Students that have completed a national NATO-approved joint targeting course and want to register for the other three JTIC courses need to submit their respective national course certificate with the Joining Report to the NSO Student Admin office. The national course certificate verifies the student has obtained the foundational Joint Targeting knowledge to be prepared for other JTIC courses.