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Marine Corps Institute Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to plan, prepare, and conduct infantry, combat, and reconnaissance patrols.

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Marine Corps Institute Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to prepare a lesson from developing learning objectives, to designing the lesson, to identifying appropriate lesson materials; to selecting the methods of instruction, and preparing the test. Marine Corps Institute Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to navigate with a map and compass, plan and prepare a route, and navigate by natural cesert.

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Marine Corps Institute Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate basic knowledge in English grammar and composition including punctuation, capitalization, spelling, phrases, clauses, parts of speech, sentence structure, and composition writing. This course is the pre-course for the Resident Sergeants course. Marine Corps Institute Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate basic knowledge in single-channel ground airborne radio systems, land navigation, indirect fire support, and combat skills.

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Marine Corps 0534b Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to demonstrate basic concepts of war fighting doctrine and how to apply that doctrine to squad tactics. The student will have basic knowledge in general concepts of tactics, squad offensive and defensive tactics, security patrols, and urban patrols.

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Marine Corps Oerations Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to understand and apply leadership concepts and theory, and understand the principles of military tactics and the role of effective military management and administration in both peace and war, and understand Marine Corps practices.

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Marine Corps Institute Washington, DC Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to conduct interviews; provide career counseling; and collect dezert necessary for effective interviewing. Participates in formal schooling to qualify for one of the designated MOSs within the utilities occupational field.

Installs, operates, and performs preventive maintenance on air conditioner and refrigeration equipment electrical systems, including replacement of mechanical and electrical components and air circulating system; repairs air conditioner and refrigeration tubing; supervises refrigeration and air conditioning equipment installation, preventive and corrective maintenance, corrosion and deterioration control, and hazardous waste control program.

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Ground safety specialists are Marine officers or enlisted, trained and able to manage or assist in the operation of the Marine Corps Ground Safety Program. ACE serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to 0354n public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives.

ACE’s Military Programs evaluates formal service courses and occupations approved by a central authority, employing the services of teams of subject-matter specialists from colleges and universities professors, deans, and other academicians that, through the discussion and the application of evaluation procedures and guidelines, reach consensus on content, description, and amount of credit to be recommended for selected courses and occupations.

ACE does not issue these transcripts or make any adjustments to missing or incorrect information opeeations in them. Servicemembers must contact the respective Operations Centers for adjustments or corrections to the transcripts. Key to transcript terms: Military Course ID – This is the number the military service has assigned for this particular course.

SH – Semester hours. ACE Credit Recommendation is listed in semester hours, in the following categories: Location – Valid location s where the course was completed.

Navy Rates and Ratings: NER – Navy enlisted rates are occupation identifications assigned to personnel at paygrades E-1 to E Each general rate involves the performance of entry-level tasks and leads to one or more ratings. Career patterns from recruit to master chief petty officer are identified by 4 to 5-digit codes.

NEC – The NEC Structure supplements the Enlisted Rating Structure by identifying skills requiring more specific identification than that provided by general rates and ratings and that are not rating-wide requirements. LDO, NWO – Limited Duty Officer, Navy Warrant Officer – Technical officer specialists who perform duties that are technically oriented, with skills acquired through experience and training that are limited in scope to other officer categories.

These specialties are normally identified by 4 digits, each successively providing more precise identification of the individual holder. MCE – an MOS has 4 digits and a descriptive title; the first 2 digits normally describe the occupational field and the last 2 digits identify the promotional level and specialty within the occupation.

CGR – Enlisted rating structure used for classified enlisted personnel and qualifications, with career levels from recruit to master chief petty officer. CGW – Coast Guard Warrant Officers are technical officer specialists who perform duties that are technically oriented and acquired through experience and training that is limited in scope and relation to other officer categories. PNA -Passed, not advanced. This designation indicates a successful completion of service exams that qualify the servicemember for promotion to the next level in a given occupation, pending available openings at this occupation level.

Pending evaluation – This status designates a course or occupation that ACE may be in the process of evaluating or re-evaluating for the appropriate credit recommendation pending completion of the evaluation. The Summary sheet submitted by the servicemember lists the current level of training completed and should be used by the evaluator to verify the attained level in awarding credit.

For examinations administered at military installations, results of these tests may appear on JST transcripts for consideration in the award of the recommended credit. However, individual colleges and universities may reserve the right to request official scores directly from ETS or DANTES, to confirm completion of these exams and the credits recommended.

See Other Learning Experiences section of transcript for detailed information. Awards, and Local Training that does not have course identification numbers. ACE recommended college credit requires that dates and locations be shown. Include your name, last 4 digits of SSN, work address, and daytime phone number and email address. All documents must be certified or notarized as a true copy. Credit Evaluations may NOT be sent in lieu of foreign transcripts.

Fax TA funded course s grade report or transcript to: Have official transcript sent directly from institution to JST.

Degrees earned prior to or during Marine Corps active duty will be accepted. Degree, major field, date awarded and institution must be included on transcript. Have official transcript sent from opperations directly to JST. Official transcript mailed directly from institution to JST. For more information go to: Opdrations Corps Leadership Principles and Traits. Chapter 10 — Marine Ecology Review Sheet. Richard Burns – King High Remembers. Preserving Our Marine Ecosystems Letter 1.

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