Missile maintenance training.
- Officer basic and advanced courses.
- Warrant officer basic and advanced courses.
- Enlisted career management field (CMF) 24 and 27 courses.
- Enlisted MOS 35Y (Intermediate Forward Test Equipment [IFTE]) course.
USAOMMCS is also the proponent for MOS 35H (Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment
[TMDE]) training at Lowry Air Force Base, Colorado.
US Army Forces Command
FORSCOM has command and control of all active and reserve component Army units and personnel in
CONUS. FORSCOM also provides all ammunition, missile maintenance, and EOD personnel and units
on a worldwide basis.
MAJOR OCONUS COMMANDS
The Army's OCONUS retail ammunition distribution system is managed either by theater support
commands or by TAMMCs.
US Pacific Command (USPACOM) and the US Army Central Ammunition Management OfficePacific
(CAMO-PAC) jointly manage all ammunition assets in the Pacific Theater. See Figure 19, Page 26.
These assets consist of training ammunition, unit basic load (UBL), and prepositioned war reserves
(PPWRs). The Pacific Theater includes the following areas:
The 19th Support Command controls all US Class V assets stored in the ROK. The US provides
SAATs made up of US military and civilian ammunition personnel to work with ROK ammunition
personnel. See Figure 20, Page 27. This task is accomplished by using the following two initiatives:
The joint US and Korean Ammunition Management System (KAMS).
The joint US and Korean Single Ammunition Logistics SystemKorea (SALS-K) agreement.
Under this agreement, the ROK provides the following support:
Maintenance and P&P.
Receipt and issue.
Disposal of all US assets in ROK,