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th Regiment Mission:

The th Regiment conducts consolidated OCS Phase III training, collaborating with the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Warrior Forge program at North Fort Lewis, Washington.  This is where the final leadership evaluations of the officer candidates will be completed. 

The th Regiment is committed to providing the highest quality of training to our officer candidates in order to prepare these future leaders as commissioned officers in the Army National Guard and United States Army.

The th Regiment augments its existing TDA staff with qualified staff from across the nation to create a National Guard Camp Command structure that mirrors its ROTC counterpart. The officer candidates are organized into a regimental structure while at Phase III training. Candidates will be affiliated with the th and/or th Cavalry, which promotes esprit d'corps and provides a sense of unity and unit pride among the Soldiers who are drawn from all over the United States.

Officer Candidate School (OCS) Program:

To receive a commission in the Army National Guard, you must complete all three phases of the OCS Program, which is called Basic Officer Leadership Course I (BOLC I).

  • Phase 1 is a 16 day ADT phase conducted at various OCS Battalions across the nation.
  • Phase 2 can be completed 2 ways:  
  • IDT (drill) status with your home states training regiment.  This is a 48 UTA training period from beginning to end. 
  • ADT Accelerated Program:  This is 4 weeks of active duty conducted at various OCS Battalions across the nation.
  • Phase 3 is a 16 day ADT phase conducted at North Fort Lewis through the th Regiment, Washington Army National Guard.

During Phase III, there can be as many as officer candidates representing 54 States and Territories.


Lodging information

Fort Lewis Lodging, Fort Lewis Holiday Inn, Lakewood
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Liberty Inn, DuPont Comfort Inn, Lakewood
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King Oscar Hotel, Lacey Kind Oscar Hotel, Tacoma

The Planning & Project Manager for the Consolidated Phase III program is:

Headquarters, th Regiment
OCS Phase III Consolidation
Building 90, Camp Murray
Tacoma, WA
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the OCS Phase 3 Team.

Sours: https://mil.wa.gov/ocs-3

The Basic Officer Leaders Course (BOLC) is a two-phased training course designed to produce commissioned officers in the United States Army. It is a progressive model designed to produce US Army officers with leadership skills, small unit tactics and certain branch specific capabilities.

BOLC A[]

For almost all Army officers, Phase I of BOLC consists of pre-commissioning training, either through Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Officer Candidate School, or the United States Military Academy. It is at this stage the officer candidate learns basic leadership skills and basic small unit tactics.

For many direct commissioned officers (generally only medical providers such as doctors and nurses, as well as lawyers), BOLC&#;A consists of a four-week Direct Commission Officer Course (DCO) at Ft. Benning, Georgia. The primary purpose of this post-commissioning training is to allow those officers who generally have little to no prior military experience to obtain the skills necessary to continue on to BOLC&#;B. DCO may not be required for all direct commissioned officers with prior service experience, but it is still required for active duty officers who participate in the Judge Advocate General Corps' Funded Legal Education Program.

BOLC B[]

The second phase of the Basic Officer Leaders Course - previously referred to as the Officer Basic Course (OBC) and BOLC&#;III - is designed to develop new combat-effective officers and train them to perform their wartime duties as commissioned officers. It is during this phase that they learn the specifics of the systems and equipment they will use in their duty unit.

  • Chemical, Engineer, and Military Police officers train at the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
  • Infantry and Armor officers train at Fort Benning, Georgia.[1][2]
  • Signal Corps officers train at Fort Gordon, Georgia.[3]
  • Military Intelligence officers train at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
  • Adjutant General, Finance and Chaplain Corps officers train at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
  • Field Artillery and Air Defense Artillery officers train at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.[4]
  • Logistics (Transportation, Ordnance, and Quartermaster) officers train at the Army Logistics University (ALU) at Fort Lee, Virginia.
  • Aviation officers train at Fort Rucker, Alabama.[5]
  • Army Medical Department (AMEDD) officers train at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.[6]

Notes[]

  • BOLC II was discontinued at the end of , and as of , any required training has now been merged into BOLC&#;B (formerly BOLC&#;III).
  • Until June , Army Judge Advocates, complete their training 'backwards', first attending BOLC B at the The Judge Advocate's Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, Va., and then attend the DCO course at Fort Benning. As of the st Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course, the direct commissionees will attend DCO first and then attend BOLC&#;B at TJAGLCS.
  • Chaplains, who are direct commissioned, complete initial training and BOLC in one setting at the US Army Chaplain Center and School (USACHCS) located in Fort Jackson (South Carolina). The initial phase is called Chaplain Initial Military Training (CIMT) with the remaining three phases consisting of Chaplains BOLC (CH-BOLC). The four-phases are usually referred to as CH-BOLC, with little distinct separation between the different phases.

See also[]

References[]

Sours: https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Basic_Officer_Leaders_Course
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OCS at the Regional Training Institute, Camp Edwards, MA

An officer in the U.S. Army is a leader of the finest soldiers in the world. As an officer in the Army National Guard, you will lead other soldiers in training, in disaster response and homeland security missions in the US, and supporting operations overseas. To meet these challenges, officers are problem-solvers, motivators, role models, strategic planners, and versatile managers. They are driven to achieve success and never accept defeat.

Massachusetts Army National Guard’s Officer Candidate School at the Regional Training Institute, representing the first part of the Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC 1), is a leadership school that is both mentally and physically challenging. Training is stressful and prepares candidates to perform under pressure, make competent decisions, and act with initiative.

The MAARNG Officer Candidate School 
Program of Instruction is divided into four phases.

Phase 0 takes place over three Inactive Duty Training (IDT) periods at Camp Edwards. Program in-processing; introduction to OCS, its environment and standards; drill and ceremony; and land navigation instruction and practical exercises are executed to prepare candidates for Phase I.

Phase I is conducted during a 2-week annual training period in Connecticut and combines candidates from the entire Northeast region. As an Officer Candidate during Phase I, you will learn the basic leadership skills required of a commissioned officer in garrison and field training. Candidates are faced with both physical and mental challenges, designed to develop and evaluate your determination and desire to excel. Candidates who successfully complete the requirements of Phase I progress to the next stage of OCS.

Phase II is conducted during 12 IDT periods mostly at Camp Edwards. This phase integrates an intense academic program with the same physical and mental rigors that you faced while in Phase I. Instruction in Phase II is designed to develop and enhance the basic technical, tactical, and leadership skills that today's commissioned officers must possess.

In Phase III, all of the skills that you have learned will be put to the test in a field environment for a 2-week annual training period at Fort McClellan, Alabama. As a Phase III candidate, you are tested on both leadership abilities and your ability to work as a member of a team. It is an intense training experience that demands application of the skills learned during your previous three phases. Upon completion of Phase III and meeting all the requirements of OCS, you will be commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Massachusetts Army National Guard.

A list of OCS Requirements can be found here.

Head over to the Officer Career page for more information.

Sours: https://www.massnationalguard.org/index.php/resources/regional-training-institute.html
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Basic Officer Leaders Course

Two-phased training course designed to produce commissioned officers in the United States Army

The Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) is a two-phased training course designed to commission officers and prepare them for service in the United States Army. Prospective officers complete Phase I (BOLC A) as either a cadet (United States Military Academy or Reserve Officers' Training Corps) or an officer candidate (Officer Candidate School (United States Army)) before continuing on to BOLC B as Second Lieutenants. If BOLC B is not completed within two years of commissioning, 2LTs will be administratively separated from the service unless there are extenuating circumstances. This a progressive model designed to produce US Army officers with leadership skills, small unit tactics and certain branch-specific capabilities.

BOLC A[edit]

The majority of Army officers start in Phase I of BOLC pre-commissioning training through the Reserve Officers' Training Corps, Officer Candidate School, or the United States Military Academy. At this stage officer candidates learn basic leadership skills and small unit tactics.

Direct commissioned officers (primarily medical/dental, legal and chaplains) not from a pre-commission training source must attend the Direct Commission Course (DCC) in place of BOLC A. DCC consists of a six-week course at Ft. Benning, Georgia or Ft Sill, OK (AMEDD). The primary purpose of this training is to provide basic military training to obtain the skills necessary to continue on to BOLC B. DCC is required for all direct-commissioned officers regardless of prior service experience.

BOLC B[edit]

The second phase of the Basic Officer Leader Course - previously referred to as the Officer Basic Course (OBC) and BOLC&#;III - is designed to develop new combat-effective officers and train them to perform their wartime duties as commissioned officers. It is during this phase that they learn the specifics of their branches, and the systems and equipment they will use in their duty unit.

  • Chemical, Engineer, and Military Police officers train at the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
  • Infantry and Armor officers train at the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) at Fort Benning, Georgia.[1][2]
  • Signal Corps and Cyber Corps officers train at Fort Gordon, Georgia.[3]
  • Military Intelligence officers train at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
  • Adjutant General, Finance and Chaplain Corps officers train at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
  • Field Artillery and Air Defense Artillery officers train at the U.S. Army Fires Center of Excellence (FCoE) at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.[4]
  • Logistics (Transportation, Ordnance, and Quartermaster) officers train at the Army Logistics University (ALU) at Fort Lee, Virginia.
  • Aviation officers train at Fort Rucker, Alabama.[5]
  • Army Medical Department (AMEDD) officers train at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.[6]
  • Judge Advocate General's Corps officers train at The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School in Charlottesville, Virginia.[7]

Notes[edit]

  • BOLC II was a 7 week combat preparation course located at Fort Sill, OK and Fort Benning, GA. It was discontinued at the end of , and as of , any required training has now been merged into BOLC&#;B (formerly BOLC&#;III).[8]
  • Until June , Army Judge Advocates, complete their training in reverse order, first attending BOLC B at The Judge Advocate General's Legal Center and School (TJAGLCS) in Charlottesville, Va., and then attend the DCC course at Fort Benning. As of the st Judge Advocate Officer Basic Course (JAOBC), the direct commissionees will attend DCC first and then attend BOLC&#;B at TJAGLCS.
  • Chaplains, who are direct commissioned, complete initial training and BOLC in one setting at the US Army Chaplain Center and School (USACHCS) located in Fort Jackson (South Carolina). The initial phase is called Chaplain Initial Military Training (CIMT) with the remaining three phases consisting of Chaplains BOLC (CH-BOLC). The four-phases are usually referred to as CH-BOLC, with little distinct separation between the different phases.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Basic_Officer_Leaders_Course

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