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Safe weapons handling
*key rules

- Keep finger off trigger
- Never shoot anything you cannot positively identify
- Know what is behind your target

*horseplay is unprofessional, dangerous and will not be tolerated

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Issuing weapon- trainee place signature on M16 trainer weapon roster

PT Supply NCO initially stores weapons

Acknowledging receipt and accountability

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Weapons storage

RH/T - under bed, in case, handle toward inspection side, centered under bed, flush with bottom bar at wall locker end

ATC - secured to weapon storage door

Armory - with armory tag

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Prelims for dorm teaching

Into
Waivers
Evac

* attention, motivation, overview

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Teaching dorm has 3 main parts

- into
- body
- conclusion

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Non-Duty Inspection Procedures

Informal method ensures trainees have complied with directions given for uniform display and dorm cleanliness

* vital training tool used to show compliance with expected standards

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Non-Duty Dorm Inspections annotated on:

*Locally developed compliance observation checklist

Inspect one element leader and 2 trainees in each bay

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Non-Duty inspection areas:

Uniform display
Shoe display
AETC Form 341/money list

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737 TRGOI 36-3

Identifies specific dormitory area to inspect and procedures to report discrepancies

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Dorm inspection areas for possible defects:

Lighting
Plumbing
Windows
Stairwells
Doors
Wall lockers
Dorm furnishings

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Discrepancies reported to:

PT Supply NCO

Luggage tag: discrepancy, date detected, rank and name of instructor who found issue

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BMT is responsible for 3 aspects of production:

*Quality- measured by feedback
*Quantity- measured by attrition, which is # recruits discharged from BMT
*Timeliness- measured by recycled and holdovers

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Attrition can be based on a number of reasons:

Drugs
Fraud
Medical
Mental
Erroneous (due to reasons beyond anyone's control)

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Recycle areas

Core Value Rating
End of Course
Physical Training
Recruit Living Area
Drill and Reporting Evaluation

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Shipping date

Always on Monday after graduation

*Also known as Administrative Graduation Date

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BMT production expectations (not quotas) based on historical productions :

On time graduates (>85%)
Recycles (<6.0%)
Attrition (7.5% -AETC requirement)

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BMT Program Feedback

Feedback is to continually improve

* 3 programs in BMT used to obtain feedback: End of Course (EOC) Survey, Feedback system, Triennial review

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Feedback can be done anytime and found :

Dorm stairwell
Chapel
Dfac
- forms also in BMTSG

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Triennial Review Feedback

Not less than Once every 3 years

- CMSAF and MAJCOM/CCCs (Command Chiefs)
come to look at fundamental Quality of Airmen

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MTI Course is an Initial Instructor Course which provides:

The basic foundation for becoming a qualified MTI Team Member

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Progress checks are administered to:

Evaluate your ability to satisfactorily complete/perform basic MTI tasks

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MTI Initial Qualification Evals:

Required to be evaluated on 2 areas to become certified.

*Formal teaching evals
1 Dorm and 1 Drill/lecture

*Subject Matter Proficiency Verification Testing (SMPVTs)



Formal teaching evals:
Sat or higher - 1 Dorm and 1 Drill/lecture


Subject Matter Proficiency Verification Testing (SMPVTs):

Control of marching
Weapons assembly
Physical training
Reporting
Dormitory inspection procedures (DIPs)

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737 TRG Standardization and Evaluation Program (Stan/Eval)

Assess professional qualifications of MTIS and programs to ensure quality of BMT training

Standardized checklists on BTMS

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BTMS - official database for BMT

-Curriculum
-Trainee Records
-Policy: 737 Instruction, AETC Instructions, 737 TRG Supplements

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BMT Curriculum for specific lessons on BTMS:

Line MTIs
Instructor Supervisor
WSMS Instructors
BEAST cadre

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Plan of Instruction/Lesson Plan Part 1 (POI Part I)

Instruction about lesson for MTI

Lists requirements, RM, core values, visual aids

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Lesson Plan Part II (LP Part II)

Actual lesson given to trainees

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Mandatory lessons

*Annotated on Graduation Certificate for credit when Airmen arrive to first duty station

Only 737 TRG/CC can waive BMT grad requirement

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WSMS lessons that have multiple instructor requirements (MIR)

Principles of First Aid
Foundational Expeditionary Skills Training (FEST)

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Special activities on WAS

- briefings performed by Squadron Leadership

UCMJ
Health Morale and Welfare
Coping with Stress in BMT
Airmanship and Core Values Briefing
AEF Pre-deployment Prep Briefing