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
Motor Transport Operator
Motor Transport Operator Motor Transport Operator Course
PURPOSE: To provide the specialty and technical MOS critical task skills and knowledge to perform duties as a motor transport operator of medium tactical wheeled vehicles under varying field conditions. Provide initial entry training to those enlisted Soldiers that are being reclassified or who enlist as a motor transport operator. Provide a qualified motor transport operator capable of sustaining self and crew mission responsibilities.
SCOPE: Operate medium tactical vehicles, with/without semitrailer, on/off road, over a tactical convoy route within a convoy. Perform vehicle preventive maintenance checks; perform operator records maintenance and accident forms. Load/Unload flatracks and ISO Containers.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 551-88M10: Active Duty and Reserve Component personnel assigned in or to be assigned to a unit position requiring reclassification to MOS 88M1O.
COURSE PREREQUISITES: Enlisted personnel requiring MOS 88M1O reclassification training and meeting the requirements of DA PAM 611-21.
SPECIAL INFORMATION: ENVIRONMENTAL. AR 200-1 delineates TRADOC responsibilities to integrate environmental requirements across DTLOMS and ensure all training procedures, training materials, and training doctrine include sound environmental practices and considerations. The Army's environmental vision is to be a national leader in environmental and natural resource stewardship for present and future generations as an integral part of all Army missions. This program of instruction meets this standard.
SAFETY: Accidents are an unacceptable impediment to Army missions, readiness, morale, and resources. Decision makers at every level will employ risk management approaches to effectively preclude unacceptable risk to the safety of personnel and property affiliated with this course. Toward this objective, the Motor Transport Operator course will adhere to the provisions delineated in AR 600-55. Soldiers in the 88M10 course will be issued special purpose learner permits (OF 346 or DA Form 5984-E) that are valid only during regular training periods and only under the following conditions: a. A qualified driver, equipment instructor, or examiner accompanies the trainee in the vehicle, or b. The vehicle is operated within a controlled driving range (no other vehicular traffic) or training area under the supervision of a licensed driver of operator.
MEDICAL SUPPORT TO TRAINING: Installation commanders and school commandants will assess and certify the adequacy of medical support to training at least annually. This responsibility is not delegable. Installation commanders and school commandants conducting high risk training shall rehearse their medical support (casualty response, evacuation, and treatment) plan at least annually, focused on responding to a training catastrophe. This Program of Instruction complies with the intent of the Army's Medical Support to Training policy.
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT: The learning objectives in Army training must comply with current Joint, Army, and Branch doctrine regarding the Operational Environment (OE) and Opposing Force (OPFOR) scenarios. This Program of Instruction (POI) addresses this principle and incorporates current doctrine and lessons learned at the appropriate level, divesting of obsolescence, and implementing full spectrum operations in the OE in classrooms and training exercises.
CLASS SIZE INFORMATION: The Program of Instruction (POI) class size represents the anticipated average class size for the course. It is an estimate based on the TASS Regional input to the USARC-sponsored Individual Training Resource Workshop (ITSW) conducted annually, with these data provided to the annual Army G-1 Structural Manning Decision Review (SDMR). POIs are not developed and published for a single TASS region, but rather for the entire RC NGB/Reserve TASS student load. Planning for class sizes that deviate from the POI OCS of 50 may be pro-rated based on the resources identified in the POI (equipment, facilities, TADSS, instructors). The planning for the necessary resources is the responsibility of the TASS Battalion or RTI conducting the training in concert with the affiliated Div IT and HQ USARC or HQ NGB as appropriate.

For 88M10 Course content information contact the 88M Course Manager

For ATTRS and school information contact the 129th RTI Operations NCO
Course Catalog 2017
Informational Letter
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