JI-CTCJoint Intelligence - Combat Training Center
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The answer is that scientific inquiry, problem solving, and decision making are clearly integral to the JI-CTC experience.
At the JI-CTC, constant daily scientific inquiry requires students to put much more effort into the learning process than in other parts of their training, which results in a tremendous value for the students who often cite Exercise Eagle 2 as the most challenging and rewarding part of their training while at Fort Huachuca.
Unlike other Army Combat Training Centers, which employ Observer/Controllers who have minimal interaction with participants, the JI-CTC relies on Observer/Trainers who serve as mentors to guide students throughout the exercise.
Normally, students attend JI-CTC two weeks prior to graduation from a formal MI training course of study.
The Joint Intelligence Combat Training Center (JI-CTC) provides a one-week, Iraq-based battle simulation called Exercise Eagle 2 designed to immerse students at the U.S.
We are integrating 96Bs into the 97E (Human Intelligence Collector) FTX and JI-CTC. The training includes Convoy Live Fire Exercise (CLFX) and Advanced Rifle Marksmanship (ARM).
In addition, international officers are integrated into JI-CTC through their participation in the Coalition TOC.
JI-CTC is the culminating event for intelligence personnel trained at Fort Huachuca.
The JI-CTC was initially established in the officer training battalion to train and test these requirements.
JI-CTC GEOINT training today includes sister Services and deploying NGA personnel.