ak. Navy Riverine Force Small Craft Maritime Interdiction
Operations Team Trainer Advanced (CIN A-840-0397). The course
content will include the following: Basic and Advanced Maritime
Interdiction Operations, Equipment Familiarization, Boarding
Techniques, The use of Force Continuum, Deadly Force
Procedures, Combative Tactics, Immediate Action Drills (SOPs),
MIO Team Tactics and Firearms procedures and proficiency, Combat
Medicine, Mission Planning, Detainee/Prisoner Handling
procedures, Craft Familiarization, Full mission Profile
scenarios (night/day), Human Intelligence collection procedures,
al. Riverine Crewman (CIN: A-062-0052). To provide Riverine
operator maintenance, high speed maneuvering and handling,
weapons and weapons employment, tactical boat operations and
other individual and collective skills unique to riverine crafts
operating in a riverine environment.
This list maps NTA's to NSF required operational capabilities.
THIS LIST IS NOT ALL INCLUSIVE, and only demonstrates common
tasks normally required for mission accomplishment.
tasks/sub-tasks/skills that were determined to be core in the
Apprentice, Journeyman and Master skill levels as identified in
the Master-at-Arms Training Continuum Conference in May 2009.
While individual duty station watch stations may vary, or
require additional training, it was decided that the attached
skills represented core knowledge/skill requirements at the
Apprentice, Journeyman and Master skill levels.
14. Master-at-Arms Professional Certifications. The Navy
Credentialing Opportunities Online (COOL) office administers the
Navy Credentialing program. Master-at-Arms are eligible for
numerous certifications based on their training and experience
other certifications based on their other military duties.
Funding for approved programs will be paid for by Navy COOL.
See web site for complete details.
15. Master-at-Arms Apprenticeship Programs. Completion of a
Department of Labor approved Apprenticeship program shows
potential employers completion of an industry standard training