USACIMT Responsibilities
USACIMT has the following supported responsibilities (in accordance with Training & Doctrine Command Regulation 10-5-8):

Core function: USACIMT sets standards for and oversees training in the competencies (knowledge, skills, abilities, attributes) and behaviors of civilian volunteers in order for them to become Soldiers who are physically ready, grounded in Army Values, and competent in their skills so they are able to contribute as leaders or members of a team upon arrival at their first unit of assignment. Initial Militart Training (IMT) includes developing baseline proficiency of common core tasks, warrior tasks and battle drills (WTBDs), and critical skills associated with their military occupational specialty (MOS) or officer basic branch.

USACIMT provides oversight of Reception Battalions, Basic Combat Training, One Station Unit Training (OSUT), Initial Entry Training (IET), Soldiers attending pre and post-BCT language courses, Advanced Individual Training (AIT), Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC), Warrant Officer Basic Course (WOBC), AIT Platoon Sergeant Course, United States Army Drill Sergeant School, U.S. Army Physical Fitness School (USAPFS), oversight of the United States Army Master Resiliency Training School, and associated cadre leader development training.

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