Marines


School of Infantry - West
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Advanced Infantry Training Battalion
Infantry Unit Leaders Training Company

MISSION

IULTC provides advanced infantry and leadership training to develop proficient, aggressive, and resourceful small-unit leaders capable of training their units for and leading in combat on the modern battlefield.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

IULTC Course and Student Management Policy
IULTC Phase Pick-Up Policy
IULTC Student TACSOP
IULTC-W Advanced Infantry Training Report 2024


Prepare Marines for School (Six-Part Folder):
Part 1) Course Memo PDF (MCTIMS)
Part 2) Gear List
Part 3) Orders from S-1 & Funding Letter
Part 4) Command Screening Checklist
Part 5) Supporting Docs (Squad Leader page 11, see example below)

IULTC Page 11

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NOTE 1:  Medical/Dental records are no longer required.

NOTE 2:  Please complete post-graduate surveys (PGS) at any time by selecting the associated course link listed below.  It is suggested that a PGS is also used upon completion of service-level exercises, pre-deployment training programs, and deployments to provide thorough assessments and feedback.


NOTE 3:  Refer to MCTIMS or contact the IULTC Operations Chief for specific course details not provided below.


NOTE 4:  Academic Summaries for current courses may be viewed via the following link (CAC required):  https://intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/soi-w/aitb/iultc/IULTC%20Academic%20Summaries

NOTE 5:  A Marine must have completed a command screening checklist.  The screening checklist must be signed (within 30-days prior to report date) by the Marine's Commanding Officer and Medical Officer certifying that the student meets all the requirements for enrollment.

  Maj M. A. Cubillos
  Company Commander
  IULTC
  760-763-0285
  Email: 
michael.cubillos@usmc.mil
1stSgt G. E. Reynolds
Company 1stSgt
IULTC
760-725-7448
Email: 
gregory.e.reynolds@usmc.mil 
 Capt J. M. Schumann
 Infantry Unit Leaders Courses OIC
 IULTC
 760-725-7599
 Email: 
 jon.schumann@usmc.mil
Capt P. M. Cochran
Advanced Infantry Courses OIC
IULTC
760-725-7599
Email: 
peter.cochran@usmc.mil
 MSgt N. J. Carson
 Operations Chief
 IULTC
 760-725-7599
 Email:  
nicholas.j.carson@usmc.mil
SSgt M. A. Trevino
Company GySgt
IULTC
760-725-7599
Email: 
miguel.a.trevino@usmc.mil

COURSES


 Infantry Unit Leader Course (IULC)

 Infantry Small Unit Leader Course (ISULC)

 Advanced Machinegun Course (AMGC)

 Advanced Infantry Marine Course (AIMC)

 Advanced Mortarman Course (AMC)

 Advanced Anti-Tank Missle Gunner Course  (AATMGC)

IULTC TRAINING MEDIA

U.S. Marines with the Infantry Small Unit Leaders Course 1-22, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, board an MV-22B Osprey as part of a training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Nov 16, 2021. The students conducted an aerial assault which took them from SOI-West on Camp Pendleton to Yuma, Arizona. ISULC is designed to teach noncommisioned officers advanced infantry skills and equip them to assume more leadership responsibility within an infantry battalion. (U.S Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Drake Nickels)
U.S. Marines with the Infantry Small Unit Leaders Course 1-22, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, brief their patrol before a training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Nov 16, 2021. The students conducted an aerial assault which took them from SOI-West on Camp Pendleton to Yuma, Arizona. ISULC is designed to teach noncommisioned officers advanced infantry skills and equip them to assume more leadership responsibility within an infantry battalion. (U.S Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Drake Nickels)
A U.S. Marine MV-22B Osprey takes off carrying students with Infantry Small Unit Leaders Course 1-22, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, as part of a training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Nov 16, 2021. The students conducted an aerial assault which took them from SOI-West on Camp Pendleton to Yuma, Arizona. ISULC is designed to teach noncommisioned officers advanced infantry skills and equip them to assume more leadership responsibility within an infantry battalion. (U.S Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Drake Nickels)
U.S. Marines with the Advanced Infantry Training Battalion participate in the Infantry Small Unit Leaders Course (ISULC) from August 29 to September 30, 2016 at Camp Geiger, North Carolina. ISULC is a course offered to sergeants in the 0300 occupational fields in order to further develop infantry leadership skills. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Boston J. Berg)
U.S. Marines participating in the Infantry Unit Leadership Course, prepare to half load an M224 60 mm mortar during live-fire training on Mortar Position 6 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, June 30, 2020. Marines with IULC utilized various weapons systems during the training to increase proficiency and readiness. The Marines participating in the course will leave as 0369 infantry unit leaders. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Cortez)
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Steven Dawson, a 60mm mortar assistant gunner with the Infantry Unit Leader Course, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, sets up post at Mortar Position 6 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, June 30, 2020. Marines with IULC utilized various weapons systems during the training to increase proficiency and readiness. The Marines participating in the course will leave as 0369 infantry unit leaders. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Cortez)
U.S. Marine 60mm M224 mortars wait by ammo crates during a live-fire range on Mortar Point 6 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, June 30, 2020. Marines with the Infantry Unit Leader Course, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, utilized this weapon system and other weapon systems to increase proficiency and readiness. The Marines that are participating in the course will leave as 0369 Infantry unit leaders. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andrew Cortez)
U.S. Marines with the Infantry Unit Leader Course, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry - West, fire M224 60 mm mortars, M240B medium machine guns and M2 .50-caliber heavy machine guns during live-fire training on Mortar Position 6 and Range 203 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, June 30, 2020. Marines with IULC utilized various weapons systems during the training to increase proficiency and readiness. The Marines participating in the course will leave as 0369 infantry unit leaders. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Lance Cpl. Anthony Alvarez)
U.S. Marines with Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West, Hawaii Detachment, advance towards an objective during urban operations training, Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 11, 2023. The training was conducted as part of the Advanced Infantry Marine Course. AIMC is designed to enhance and test Marines’ skills with a focus on reinforcing proper patrols and operational procedures. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Chandler Stacy)
A U.S. Marine with Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West, Hawaii Detachment, engages simulated enemy combatants during urban operations training, Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 11, 2023. The training was conducted as part of the Advanced Infantry Marine Course. AIMC is designed to enhance and test Marines’ skills with a focus on reinforcing proper patrols and operational procedures. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Chandler Stacy)
U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Benjamin Rodriguez, a student in the Advanced Infantry Marine Course with Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West, Hawaii Detachment, reviews a map before urban operations training, Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 11, 2023. The training was conducted as part of the Advanced Infantry Marine Course. AIMC is designed to enhance and test Marines’ skills with a focus on reinforcing proper patrols and operational procedures. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Chandler Stacy)
The School of Infantry - West, Hawaii Detachment, conduct the Advanced Infantry Marine Course (AIMC), Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Mar. 6, 2019. The course is considered the recalibration of the infantry Marine and where they hone their skills required to become an infantry squad leader. AIMC is intermediate training designed to enhance and test the Marine's skills and leadership abilities as squad leaders in a rifle platoon. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Cpl. Brendan Custer)
U.S. Marine Sgt. Brian Lopez, a combat instructor for the Advanced Machine-Gun Course, School of Infantry - West, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, debriefs students during a live-fire exercise at Range 218 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Feb. 16, 2022. AMGC is a six-week course where machine gunners advance their warfighting and weaponry skills, as well as their land navigation and small unit leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Shaina Jupiter)
A U.S. Marine with the Advanced Machine Gun course fires a M240G medium machine gun during a live-fire exercise at Range 218 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Feb. 16, 2022. AMGC is a six-week course where machine gunners advance their warfighting and weaponry skills, as well as their land navigation and small unit leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Shaina Jupiter)
U.S. Marines with the Advanced Machine-Gun Course, fire an M240G medium machine gun during a live-fire exercise at Range 218 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Feb. 16, 2022. AMGC is a six-week course where machine gunners advance their warfighting and weaponry skills, as well as their land navigation and small unit leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Shaina Jupiter)
U.S. Marines with the Advanced Machine Gun Course conduct a live-fire exercise with M240G medium machine guns at Range 218 on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Feb. 16, 2022. AMGC is a six-week course where machine gunners advance their warfighting and weaponry skills, as well as their land navigation and small unit leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps Video by Cpl. Daniel Medina)