Illinois National Guard

IMA Facilities
1/129th RTI
88M Transport Operator
2/129th RTI
25U Signal Support
92G Food Service
3/129th RTI
68W Sustainment Training
Combat Lifesaver Course
Signal Support Specialist Course


PURPOSE: Provide enlisted personnel the skills and knowledge required to install, troubleshoot and perform unit level maintenance on the battlefield, manual and automated signal support systems terminal equipment, deploy and operate dedicated re-transmissions stations in a tough, realistic LandWarNet Contemporary Operational Environment (COE) that focuses on technical and tactical skills.
SCOPE: The student will receive training on unit level maintenance of battlefield, manual and automated signal support systems and terminal equipment; Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) techniques and procedures; system installation, integration; Unit Level Maintenance (ULM) and troubleshooting of Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS); Global Positioning System (GPS); Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2); Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS); Tactical Satellite (TACSAT); Combat Net Radios (CNR); Tactical Antenna Systems; Team/Squad Radios; Commercial Off the Shelf Computers (COTS); Automated Information Security (AIS); A+ Hardware and Software; N+ Network Essentials; switches and routers; Installation of Local Area Networks; TCP/IP and Subnetting; AN/PRC-117F Radio Set, AN/PYQ-10 Simple Key Loader (SKL); AN/PRC-148 Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Enhanced Multi Band Inter/Intra Radio (MBITR) (JEM); use of maintenance forms, records and the application of technical manuals and other applicable publications. The student will also receive training on Warrior Tasks and Battle Drills (WTBD) in a Brigade-wide Capstone/Field Training Exercise (FTX).b
COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 113-25U Phase I: Active Duty and Reserve Component personnel assigned in or to be assigned to a unit position requiring reclassification to MOS 25U1O.  All Soldiers must complete the DoD Cyber Awareness training and the Information Assurance Fundaments training, click here for instructions.
COURSE PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel in grades E1 - E7 requiring MOS 25U1O reclassification training and meeting the requirements of DA PAM 611-21.
SPECIAL INFORMATION:  If the unit being trained does not have the equipment identified in this Program of Instruction (POI), the unit will coordinate with other units for equipment or substitute with compatible equipment on hand in the unit. This course was developed using modular techniques. This allows the course manager some variance in sequence of training, with some exceptions. Refer to the RC Course Map and Module Sequencing in the Course Management Plan (CMP) to see the breakout of the lessons for the course. The CMP will be distributed on Blackboard as part of the training package. Course Length Considerations: This course is performance-oriented and designed to provide training and MOS certification to enlisted Soldiers who are reclassifying to MOS 25U1O. Course length factors include: student prior service experience, prior common tasks training, instructor to student ratio of one to sixteen, student to equipment ratio of one to one where possible and maximum class size of sixteen. The Individual Training Record, DA Form 5286-R and Service School Academic Evaluation Report, DA Form 1059 from IDT must accompany the student when attending ADT or any subsequent IDT or ADT training.

For 25U10 Course content information contact the 25CMF Course Manager

For ATTRS and school information contact the 2nd Battalion Operations NCO
Course Catalog 2017
Informational Letter
Packing List
Read Ahead Material