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Hands on Training

 

The 88th RSC’s Hands-On-Training (HOT) Program is an innovative approach to training which provides hands-on sustainment training for AR Soldiers and Military Technicians with logistical occupational speacialties and duties.

The program provides real-world maintenance, supply, allied trades and transportation hands-on-training throughout the 88th RSC’s area of responsibility.

The HOT Program utilizes Area Maintenance Support Activities and Equipment Concentration Sites for specialty courses as well as the Center of Excellence located at Fort McCoy, Wis.

Utilizing these resources, a multitude of HOT sustainment training opportunities are available in a variety of locations.

A variety of pop-up and specialty courses can be created based on demand. Quota Source Managers can also utilize the next ATTRS Training Requirements Arbitration Panel to request seats specifically for their Unit or Command.

88th RSC HOT CoE Courses available on Fort McCoy:

Welding & Fabrication Sustainment Training

Students will become familiar with the following Welding Process to include, Principles, Theories and Best Practices as well as all Safety aspects of each process; Shielded Metal Arc Welding, Gas metal Arc Welding, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, Oxy-Acetylene Flame Cutting, Plasma Cutting.

RT-608: Refrigeration and EPA-608

Students will be trained on fundamentals of how refrigeration works and instruction on system maintenance, diagnostics and repair. An EPA-608 test will be given for certification. Students will demonstrate hands-on proficiency in diagnostics and repair.

ART-609: Automotive Refrigeration Training & EPA 609

Students will be trained on fundamentals of how refrigeration works and instruction on system maintenance, diagnostics and repair. An EPA-609 test will be given for certification. Students will demonstrate hands-on proficiency in diagnostics and repair.

ASV-FLM: Armored Security Vehicle-Field level Maintenance

Students will be given an overview of the M1117 Armored Security Vehicle and provided in depth instruction on vehicle systems. Students will become familiar with the components of all the systems of the ASV and will identify component locations, functions of components and systems, possible malfunctions and troubleshooting procedures. Students will remove turret and the engine and drive assembly.

KALMAR RTCH FLM: KALMAR-Rough Terrain Container Handler FLM

Students will learn in a mixture of classroom and maintenance shop bay environment. Students will be given instruction on operation of the Rough Terrain Container Handler and in depth instruction of maintenance procedures, to include troubleshooting the hydraulic & electrical systems. This course is primarily on maintenance procedures, and will not result in driver certification or licensing.

FMTV-FLM: Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles-Field Level Maintenance

Students will be given an overview of the Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles and provided in depth instruction on vehicle systems. Students will become familiar with the components of all systems of the FMTV and identify component locations, functions of components and systems, possible malfunctions and troubleshooting procedures.

HEMTT-FLM: Heavy Expandable Mobility Tactical Truck

Students will be given an overview of the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Trucks and provided instruction on vehicle systems. Students will become familiar with the components of all systems of the HEMTT and identify component locations, functions of components and systems, possible malfunctions and troubleshooting procedures.

BHL-FLM: Backhoe Loader Field Level Maintenance

Students will be given an overview of the Back Hoe Loader and provided in depth instruction on vehicle systems. Students will become familiar with the components of all the systems of the BHL and will identify component locations, functions of components and systems, possible malfunctions and troubleshooting procedures.

M9 ACE – FLM: M9 Armored Combat Excavator (Ace)-Field Level Maintenance

Students will be given an overview of the M9 Armored Combat Excavator and provided instruction on vehicle systems. Students will become familiar with the components of all the systems of the ACE and will identify component locations, functions of components and systems, possible malfunctions and troubleshooting procedures.

M966H-FLM: M966H 5 Yard Loader – Field Level Maintenance

Students will be given an overview of the M966H 5 Yard Loader and provided in depth instruction on vehicle systems. Students will become familiar with the components of all the systems of the M966H and will identify component locations, functions of components and systems, possible malfunctions and troubleshooting procedures.

Points of Contact

Ft. McCoy Center of Excellence
Bryan Witherow
608-388-6833
bryan.a.witherow2.civ@mail.mil

 

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