U.S. Army Center for Initial Military Training Directorates
Advises and assists CG, USACIMT on all matters relating to military and civilian personnel management and administration. Oversees the Center for Initial Military Training (CIMT) force structure manpower (military and civilian) and equipment requirements and authorizations. Formulates, allocates, administers, determines, and validates requirements for, and monitors the utilization of CIMT resources (i.e., funding, manpower, and equipment) to execute the training mission.
Assists the CG, USACIMT and supported staff with analytical support by providing a scientific basis for decisions or actions to improve CIMT operations. Provides operations research support, analysis of complex problems, and medical expertise inside the training base.
Principal staff advisor to the CG, USACIMT on all matters pertaining to initial entry officer, warrant, and enlisted training within the regular Army, Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard. Manages all aspects of current operations and future plans, develops strategies and policies to build a framework for the execution of CIMT training, and validates standards and programs to ensure compliance with Army and TRADOC regulations.
Chief of Staff (DCoS), United States Army Reserve (USAR) Directorate
Principal advisor to CG, USACIMT on all USAR CIMT capabilities, policies, initiatives, readiness issues, and programs of instruction pertaining to the effective training and integration of USAR Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldiers. Also serves as USACIMT lead to integrate directly with the 108th Training Command (IET) ands ensure active participation of the training commands in the DOTMLPF process related to the USAR.
Chief of Staff (DCoS), Army National Guard (ARNG) Directorate
Principal advisor to CG,USACIMT on all ARNG CIMT capabilities, policies, initiatives, readiness issues, and programs of instruction pertaining to the effective training and integration of ARNG IET Soldiers. Also serves as CIMT lead to ensure active participation of the National Guard Bureau in the DOTMLPF process related to the ARNG.
The Leader Training Brigade conducts CIMT cadre leader development and provides training development oversight in support of the Soldier transformation process. The LTB provides leader training across the Army in resilience and fitness skills and supports the overall health and welfare of the force. The LTB has the following subordinate organizations: the Initial Military Training Leadership School, U.S. Army Physical Fitness School, and the U.S. Army Master Resiliency School.
The U.S. Army Drill Sergeant Academy (DSA) runs both the nine-week Drill Sergeant Course and the six-week Advanced Individual Training Platoon Sergeant (AIT PSG) Course to teach and mentor both Active and Reserve Noncommissioned Officers to prepare them for the role of Drill Sergeant or AIT PSG within the CIMT environment. The DSA also conducts recertification of former Drill Sergeants returning to DS duty and DS Leaders annually. Additionally, the DSA hosts the annual Drill Sergeant of the Year and AIT PSG of the Year competitions to identify the best trainers from each component.
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