The Threat Integration Directorate from TRADOC G-2 Intelligence Support Activity (TRISA) will host its annual Hybrid Threat “Train the Trainer” (TTT) Course of Instruction (COI) from 17-21 September 2012 at the Mission Training Complex, Leavenworth, Kansas. This week-long course covers Hybrid Threat and associated opposing force (OPFOR) application as depicted in the new Army TC 7-100 series (e.g. organization, equipment, and tactics). The intent of this COI is to train a limited number of attendees who will return to their installation and/or command to teach the material to others.
The training consists of a 40 hour block of instruction including lecture and practical exercises designed to train the trainer. The class content has been updated with information from TC 7-100, Hybrid Threat and the recently approved Army TC 7-100.2 Opposing Force Tactics which will include animated video of selected OPFOR tactics. In addition, the latest draft of TC 7-100.3, Irregular Opposing Force will also be included. This new TC provides tactical examples of how the irregular OPFOR (e.g., insurgents, guerrillas, and/or criminals) can act to achieve desired effects using conventional-like tactics and techniques, and/or terrorism.
Participating organizations are responsible for funding their attendees. Attendees will pay their own TDY costs. Travel arrangements must be made by each individual as well as their transportation from and to the Kansas City International Airport and between the lodging and conference site.
Clearances are not required. Contractors and foreign military students are welcome to attend. All interested participants or organizations are requested to submit names as soon as possible but no later than 1 August 2012. Seating is very limited. Students will be provided all necessary course material. This also includes our latest approved and draft OPFOR publications.