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Protecting Fort Hood starts with you. If you see or hear anything suspicious, call 288-COPS (2677). Think....Protect...OPSEC!


Fort Hood Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization & Security
The Directorate prepares and coordinates operational, emergency disaster, force protection, and special plans, policies and directives for the assigned and attached organizations and tenant units on Fort Hood.

Fort Hood Joint Training Capabilities Website
This site provides users with detailed training resource descriptions, resource scheduling instructions and resource utilization links.

Fort Hood Noncommissioned Officers Academy
The Warrior Leader Courses are 15 and 30-day programs of instruction, branch immaterial courses that trains the basic skills, knowledge and behaviors necessary to be a professional NCO.

Armored Warfighters' Forum (AWfF) Main.aspx
The Armored Warfighters' Forum (AWfF) mission is to enhance ABCT rapid adaptability across the range of military operations to enable increased mission proficiency.

Battle Command Training Center
The Battle Command Training Center (BCTC) provides the military individual, leader and unit Battle Staff (digital) sustainment training on C4ISR systems and tactical communications.

Training at the BCTC is free of charge for active military of any service, DoD civilians, and Reserve or National Guard personnel for whom the training would support their mission. BCTC training assets are on-site at Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Fort Carson, Fort Sill and Fort Riley.

Army Schools
An extensive list of schools and education opportunities for Soldiers and Dept. of the Army civilians that can significantly enhance knowledge, skills and abilities while increasing opportunities for advancement is available online.

Army Training Help Desk (AKO access required)

Army Training Support Center
ATSC manages, plans, integrates, implements, and sustains specific Training Support System (TSS) programs, products, services, and facilities that support training across all training domains, TRADOC's core missions, and the Army.

Combined Arms Center
CAC provides Army-wide leadership and supervision for leader development and professional military and civilian education; institutional and collective training; functional training; training support; battle command; doctrine; lessons learned; and other specified areas that the TRADOC Commander designates.

National Training Center 
NTC trains the transformed Army by conducting force-on-force and live-fire training for ground and aviation brigades in a joint scenario across the spectrum of conflict, using a live-virtual-constructive training model, as portrayed by a highly lethal and capable Opposing Force and controlled by an expert and experienced Operations Group.

Joint Readiness Training Center
The JRTC is focused on improving unit readiness by providing highly realistic, stressful, joint and combined arms training across the full spectrum of conflict (current and future).

Training & Doctrine Command
TRADOC recruits, trains and educates the Army's Soldiers; develops leaders; supports training in units; develops doctrine; establishes standards; and builds the future Army.

Center for Army Lessons Learned
The Center collects and analyzes data from a variety of current and historical sources, including Army operations and training events, and produces lessons for military commanders, staff, and students. CALL disseminates these lessons and other related research materials through a variety of print and electronic media.

Credentialing Opportunities Online
The site explains how Army Soldiers can meet civilian certification and license requirements related to their Military Occupational Specialties (MOSs).