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Advanced Infantry Training Battalion

Camp Geiger, NC
Advanced Assaultman Course
**ATTENTION** As per the new MCO P6110.3 all students will have to pass an initial PFT or CFT, Height / Weight and body fat standards upon arrival to the course. Student who are not compliant with these standards will be disenrolled from the course **ATTENTION**
The purpose of this course is to provide a Marine with the knowledge and skills required to serve as an assaultman squad leader for an assaultman section of an infantry weapons platoon. This course emphasizes leadership, technical and tactical proficiency. Upon completion, the student will be able to advise the commander on the employment of an assault unit in offensive and defensive operations.
Course Information
6 Weeks
Target Population:
A Marine squad/section leader with
the MOS of an Assaultman (0351)
Trained Items:
  • Mk 153 SMAW weapon systems core competencies and employment
  • Control fires and direct the employment of an assault unit
  • War fighting and decision making
  • Train the trainer
  • Advanced land navigation
  • Combat orders
  • Fire support planning, call for indirect fire and close air support
  • Combat reports
  • Advanced demolitions

*Knowledge and skills required to serve as an assault squad leader for an assault section of an infantry weapon
                               Advanced Assultman Course, Command Screening Checklist & Gear List 
                                                     AAC IPA STATION EVALUATION PECLS.xls
                                                                  BASIC DEMOLITION PECLS.xlsx


Course is constructed with 75% practical application and 25% classroom. It has a heavy technical focus with decision-making opportunities afforded during the practical application of collective skills. Additionally, approx 30% of the course is conducted at night and during periods of limited visibility. This course will also include motorized operations techniques and concepts with an emphasis on small unit leader decision-making.
Contact Information
Point Of Contact Course Chief 910-449-0034