To prepare NATO member to be employed in the
evaluation of Force Protection (FP) functions during ACO
Tactical Evaluations (TACEVALs).
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Introduction to TACEVAL:
Given references, the student will explain the TACEVAL programme, polices, and procedures in accordance with ACO TACEVAL directives.
TACEVAL FP Duties:
Given references, the student will apply TACEVAL FP evaluator observation and reporting concepts in accordance with ACO Forces Standards Vol. VI (STEM).
Given references, the student will describe the evaluator’s responsibilities during the TACEVAL during integrated scenario injects from operations, logistics, and FP subject areas in accordance with ACO TACEVAL directives.
From NATO nations:
Military officers (OF-1 through OF-3; OF-4 acceptance will be subject to OPR approval) and NCOs (OR-6 through OR-9) assigned to a NATO unit declared to SACEUR or in a HQ position which supports NATO TACEVAL, and preferably experience in a specific SBAD, Flying Forces, or ASACS Operations area that requires evaluation as specified in the ACO Forces Standards Vol. VI.
From Partner nations
-Military officers (OF-1 thru OF-4; OF-5 acceptance subject to OPR approval) and NCOs (OR-6 thru OR-9), preferably experienced in a specific SBAD, Flying Forces, or ASACS Operations area that requires evaluation as specified in the ACO Forces Standards Vol. VI.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-6 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-4
This five-day course is comprised of formal lectures, followed by brief moderated question-and-answer sessions with individual exercises on various TACEVAL scenarios. Syndicate exercises are comprised of simulated scenarios to focus on refining evaluator reporting processes.
-Students from NATO nations must hold a NATO SECRET security clearance in order to serve in TACEVAL duties as an evaluator.
-Completion of this course enhances the evaluator certification process through reducing the number of required evaluations during Under Training (UT) while ensuring the standardization of evaluations, reporting, and grading procedures throughout ACO.