Advanced Infantry Training Company
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Advanced Infantry Training Battalion
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune
Commanding Officer
Phone: 910-449-0468
     
Company Operations Chief
Phone: 910-449-0475
Mission

To provide advanced anti-armor skills to 0352s serving as a squad/section leader in an anti-armor unit in an infantry weapons company. This course emphasizes technical and tactical proficiency. Upon completion, the student will be able to better advise the commander on the employment of an anti-armor unit in the offense, defense, and motorized operations.

COURSE SNCOIC
(910) 449-0471
Trained Items
  • M98A2 javelin and M41 Saber weapon systems core competencies and employment

  • Control fires and direct the employment of an anti-armor unit

  • Warfighting and decision-making

  • Trainer-the-trainer

  • Advanced land navigation

  • Combat orders

  • Fire support planning, call for indirect fire and close air support

  • Combat reports

  • Armor identification

Course duration​:  6 Weeks

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Mission

To provide a proof of concept to a Marine to gain the knowledge and skills required to serve as an assault man squad leader for an assault man section of an infantry weapons platoon. This proof of concept emphasizes leadership, technical and tactical proficiency. Upon completion of this proof of concept, the student will be able to advise the commander on the employment of an assault unit in offensive and defensive operations.

COURSE SNCOIC
(910) 449-0471
Trained Items
  • M3A1 MAAWS weapon systems core competencies and employment

  • War fighting and decision making

  • Train the Trainer

  • Basic & Advanced demolitions

  • Urban Breaching

  • Small Unit Training
     

Duration

4 Weeks
 

Checking In

Normal Working Hours (0630-1630)
Report to the appropriate course in building G-483

After Working Hours and Weekends
Contact the AITB OOD Bldg G-483
Phone: 910-449-0380
Mobile: 910-376-4840.

Student parking is available adjacent to both LZ-15 and building G526

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Mission

To provide advanced machinegun skills to 0331s serving as a machinegun squad leader for a machinegun section in an infantry weapons platoon, or as a heavy machinegun squad/section leader in a heavy machinegun platoon of an infantry weapons company. This course emphasizes technical and tactical proficiency. Upon completion, the student will be able to advise the commander on the employment of a machinegun unit in the offense, defense, and urban operations.

COURSE SNCOIC
Phone: 910-449-0590
Trained Items
  • Offensive & Defensive Operations

  • Advise unit commander on machinegun employment 

  • War fighting and decision making

  • Advanced land navigation

  • Motorized Operations

  • Combat reports

  • Combat orders

  • Train the trainer

  • Laying MG using a M2 compass; overhead fire; defilade fire

  • Fire support planning, call for indirect fire and close air support

  • M2 & Mk19 HMGs and M240 MMG core competencies and employment

Duration

6 Weeks

Checking In

Normal Working Hours (0630-1630)
Report to the appropriate course in building G-483

After Working Hours and Weekends
Contact the AITB OOD Bldg G-483
Phone: 910-449-0380
Mobile: 910-376-4840

Student parking is available adjacent to both LZ-15 and building G526

Mission

Provide a Marine with the knowledge and skills required to serve as an infantry squad leader in an infantry rifle platoon.

COURSE SNCOIC
Phone: 910-449-0082
Trained Items

Control fires and direct the employment of an infantry squad.
War fighting and decision making
Train the trainer
Advanced land navigation
Combat orders 
Fire support planning, call for indirect fire and close air support 
Combat reports
Motorized Operations
Combat Hunter

Duration

9 Weeks

Checking In

Normal Working Hours (0630-1630)
Report to the appropriate course in building G-483

After Working Hours and Weekends
Contact the AITB OOD Bldg G-483
Phone: 910-449-0380
Mobile: 910-376-4840

Student parking is available adjacent to both LZ-15 and building G526

Mission

To provide advanced mortar skills to 0341s serving as a mortar squad/section leader, forward observer, or a member of a Fire Direction Center (FDC). This course emphasizes technical and procedural ability. Additionally, the student will be able to make tactical recommendations about mortar employment in offensive and defensive operation.

COURSE SNCOIC
Phone: 910-449-4424
Trained Items
  • 60mm & 81mm mortar weapon systems core competencies and employment

  • FDC and advanced FDC procedures & mortar ballistic computer

  • War fighting and decision making

  • Train the trainer

  • Advanced land navigation

  • Combat orders

  • Fire support planning, call for indirect fire and close air support

  • Combat reports

  • Motorized operations

  • RSOP and advanced techniques for mortar lay

Duration

7 Weeks

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Checking In

Normal Working Hours (0630-1630)
Report to the appropriate course in building G-483

After Working Hours and Weekends
Contact the AITB OOD Bldg G-483
Phone: 910-449-0380
Mobile: 910-376-4840

Student parking is available adjacent to both LZ-15 and building G526

 

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