CTSSB

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CTSSBCritical Task Site Selection Board (Army Training Development term)
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Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE) conducted a Critical Task Site Selection Board (CTSSB) for the MOS 35D, All-Source Intelligence Officer, from February 27 to March 10, 2017.
Solarium majors recommended that intelligence architecture be codified into the MI Gunnery, and potentially within the Critical Task Lists for the upcoming 35 series Critical Task Site Selection Board.
One way that we strive to achieve our goal is through the conduct of an effective tool called the Critical Task Site Selection Board.
USAICoE Critical Task Site Selection Board Schedule MOS/AOC/SI Tentative Date Type 35P 19-23 October 2015 Full 09L 16-20 November 2015 Full 35M/351M/35F 1-12 February 2016 Full WOAC 22-26 February 2015 Full SI-1D March 2016 Full 35Q March 2016 Full FA 34 June 2016 Virtual 35D (AOC) August 2016 Full SEMA November 2016 Virtual MOS/AOC/SI Location Concentration 35P Goodfellow AFB, TX SIGINT Cryptologic Linguist 09L Lackland AFB, TX Interpreter/Translator 35M/351M/35F Fort Sam Houston, TX HUMINT Collector/Officer WOAC Fort Huachuca, AZ MI Warrant Officer SI-1D IKN/ISN-Virtual GEOINT Imagery Officer 35Q TBD Cryptologic Network Warfare FA 34 N/A Strategic Intelligence Officer (SIOC) 35D (AOC) TBD MI Officer SEMA IKN/ISN-Virtual Aviator, MI Tasks
The School of Information Technology conducted the Functional Area 53 Critical Task Site Selection Board at Fort Gordon, Ga.
From March 7-16, 2005, the School of Information Technology conducted their third Critical Task Site Selection Board at Fort Gordon in series designed to capture the latest information on Soldier performance requirements with emphasis on Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
The Critical Task Site Selection Board (CTSSB) is the vehicle we use to keep training current and relevant with the ever changing missions of our highly technical MI Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs).
Focusing USAICoE training on the technical and non-technical competencies identified by the critical task site selection boards using the ADDIE process ensures effective, efficient training and education, and certifies all Ml professionals are able to complete their missions.
During the next calendar year, we will be convening several critical task site selection boards to analyze some of our investigative training and warrant officer professional military education.
The Critical Task Site Selection Boards for these two courses were a tremendous success; shaping the tasks for these courses to meet commanders' needs.
Your participation in surveys and in critical task site selection boards is essential to shaping our leader development and training.
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