The aim of this course is to certify NATO Targeteers in the application of the US Collateral Damage Methodology. The US Methodology has been approved for use during NATO combat operations and is serving as the framework for the emerging NATO methodology for air-to-surface and surface-to-surface lethal operations.
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Logic, Composition, Facts and Assumptions of the CDM - 200:
Given references, describe the rationale, basis, and assumptions (to include policy, procedures and weapon effects) used in CDE in accordance with CJCSI 3160.01A.
Legal Requirements, Basis, and Importance of CDE to National and Senior Military Leadership - 200:
Given references, describe the legal implications (to include No-Strike Policy, Command and Legal responsibilities) of CDE in accordance with CJCSI 3160.01A.
Weaponeering and Mitigation Logic of CDE - 200:
Describe the weaponeering concepts which influence and are accounted for by the CDM (to include basic weaponeering principles, weapon's effects mechanisms, and mitigation techniques in accordance with CJCSI 3160.01A).
Accomplish Each of the Five CDE-Level Analysis - 300:
Given references, describe and demonstrate the processes used to conduct CDE assessments for each of the five levels of CDE analysis in accordance with CJCSI 3160.01A. Given a scenario, the students will conduct, in accordance with references, assessments for each of the five levels of CDE analysis in accordance with CJCSI 3160.01A.
Military officers (OF-1 through OF-5) and NCOs (OR-3 through OR-9), or civilian equivalents, who are assigned to a NATO organization, Ministry of Defence, or subordinate military headquarters, unit, or agency of any NATO country which fulfils responsibilities in support of NATO targeting or collateral damage estimation.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-3 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-5
This one-week course is comprised of interactive plenary lectures, followed by practical exercises. The course culminates in a proctored, open-book test which must be passed to the 80% level.
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.