Vinnell Arabia

  • Senior Trainer, LAV-AT, Gunnery/Tactics

    Location SA
    Unit Training
  • Overview

    Responsible for providing New Equipment Training (NET) assistance, and evaluation to the unit in planning, and conducting gunnery and tactics training IAW the NET plan. Trains, assists and evaluates units in training, doctrine, gunnery, tactics and operations unique to the LAV-AT(S) A1 vehicle. 

    A. Duties/Responsibilities:

    1. Plans, prepares and conducts tactical training in a classroom and field environment.
    2. Plans, prepares and conducts gunnery training in a classroom and field environment.
    3. Evaluates the unit’s ability to perform battle focused tasks.
    4. Plans, prepares, and conducts individual, leader, and collective training in a classroom and field environment.
    5. Assists in the planning, preparation, and execution of situational and field training exercises.
    6. Plans, prepares and conducts remedial and sustainment training.
    7. Prepares reports and schedules as required.
    8. Conducts After-Action Reviews as required.
    9. Other duties as directed.

    B. Independence: Performs his duties under the supervision of the Chief Trainer, LAV-AT TST.


    C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervises one Tech Interpreter/Translator. If selected/designated as Team Leader will assume responsibility for supervision of assigned Team Trainers and Interpreter/Translators.


    A. Educational Level: High School Graduate. Graduate, Advance Leaders Course. An equivalent combination of college level courses, military and job site experience may be substituted.

    B. Experience: Four years of training and operational experience in a mechanized, or armored battalion/brigade. Related experience in a Direct Fire Gunnery Program or unit. Former non-commissioned officer with leadership experience in an operational unit. 

    C. Specific knowledge, skills, ability, and requirements: Must be able to communicate well orally and in writing and understand technical and training manuals. Knowledge of current US Army tactical, training, gunnery, and operations doctrine. Possess a valid driver’s license.  Be familiar with Microsoft Office Programs.


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