U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-1500-56a

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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-1500-56a
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OPNAVINST
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for applicable Navy training.
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Deputy Director
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1500.56A
1. Purpose. To implement
military training policy.
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OPNAVINST 1500.56A
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OPNAVINST
1500.56A
16 NOV 1994
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Chief of Naval Operations
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Department of Defense
OPNAVINST 1500.56A
16 NOV 1994
DIRECTIVE
W/CH-l
January 9, 1987
NUMBER 1322.18
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SUBJECT :
Military Training
References:
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
A.
inc.
ASD(FM&P)
Title 10, United states Code, Sections 133 and 141
DoD Instruction 5000.2, “Major System Acquisition Procedures,”
March 12, 1986
DoD Directive 5000.39, “Acquisition and Management of
Integrated Logistical Support for Systems and Equipment,”
November 17, 1983
DoD Directive 4100.15, “Commercial Activities Program,”
August 12, 1985
through (o), see enclosure 1
PURPOSE
This Directive establishes DoD policy, provides procedures, and assi~ns
responsibilities for the training of military personnel and military units
under the authority of reference (a).
B.
APPLICABILITY
This Directive applies to the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD),
the Military Departments, the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (OJCS),
the Inspector General of the Department of Defense (IG, DoD) and the Defense
Agencies. The term “Military Services,” as used herein, refers to the Amy,
Navy, Air Force, and ?farineCorps. The term “Reserve components” refers
collectively to the Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Naval Reserve, Marine
Corps Reserve, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reseme.
c.
DEFINITIONS
. Instruction and applied exercises for the acquisition and
1. T~
retention of skills, knowledge, and attitudes required to accomplish military
tasks.
a.
Collective Training.
Instruction and applied exercises that preas a squad, aircrew, battalion, or multiService task force) to accomplish required military tasks as a unit.
pare
an organizational
team (such
b. Individual Training. Instruction provided to an individual military member, either in a centralized training organization or in an operational
unit, which prepares the member to perform specified military tasks.
(1) Institutional Training. Individual training conducted in a
school or training center of a centralized training organization.
Enclosure
(1)
(2) On-the-Job Training (OJT). Individual training in designated
job skills provided to individual members when serving in job positions in
operational units.
c. Unit Training.
operational unit.
D.
Individual or collective training conducted by an
POLICY
training
programs for the~total force
It is DoD policy to provide military
that effectively support required levels of force readiness and that use
resources efficiently.
E.
PROCEDURES
1.
General
a. Training as a System. All types of military training, as defined
in section C. , above, shall be considered as interdependent parts of an overall
training system. Possible effects on other parts of the system shall be considered when decisions are made that primarily concern one part of the system.
For example, the effects on unit training shall be a key consideration in
decisions on institutional training.
b. Allocation of Resources for Training. Allocation of resources
for the training of military individuals and units, including those of the
Reserve components, shall be consistent with assigned wartime missions and
employment and deployment schedules and related requirements for training.
c.
Planning Training for New Systems. Planning training support for
new weapon and equipment systems, including the timely development and procurement of simulators and other training devices, shall be an integral part of
the materiel acquisition process. (See DoD Instruction 5000.2 and DoD
Directive 5000.39, references (b) and (c).)
d. Innovation in Training Technology. Vigorous research programs
shall be conducted for developing innovative uses of training technology to
make military training programs more effective and efficient.
e.
Application of Simulation. Simulators and other training devices
for weapon systems and equipment shall be developed, procured, distributed,
and used when they are capable of effectively and economically supplementing
training on the actual equipment. Particular emphasis shall be placed on
simulators that provide training that might be limited by safety considerations or constraints on training space, time, or other resources. When deciding
on simulation issues, the primary consideration shall be improving the quality
of training and consequently the state of readiness. Potential savings in
operating and support costs normally shall be an important secondary consideration.
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