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MARDET Corry Station

MATSG-21

Pennsacola, FL
MARDET NAS Corry Station, FL. The mission of the Detachment is to train and mentor Marines in entry and advanced core competencies associated with Signals Intelligence and our Corps Ethos in order to provide the Operating Forces with Marines who possess the technical skill sets and Esprit de Corps necessary to achieve success both professional and personally. 
MATSG-21: Gy. Sgt. Burton, USMC Rep. Corry Station
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Target Audience

•Fleet Returnees

Throughput FY10: 0

(TIP: FY11 3/FY12 3/FY13 3)

Max Class Size: 8

Course Manager:  850-452-6584

Location: 

Center for Information Dominance

Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151

 Marine Corps Detachment

 Course Descriptive Data:

•CID N23GA61

•Joint Service

Prerequisites:

•TS/SCI eligible

•451 Course

Description:  This course seeks to train experienced signals analyst collection personnel to function as subject matter experts in the fields of signals search, analysis and development; provide the knowledge and skills necessary to perform fine grain analysis and reporting of known, new and unusual signals, in any signals research equipment configuration. Includes in-depth instruction in the UNIX operating system, advanced modulation techniques, digital communications analysis, advanced reporting techniques and advanced bitstream analysis. Instruction will also cover advanced multiplexing techniques, satellite/VSAT communications, cellular communications, PCM analysis, advanced MODEMS, advanced spread spectrum and computer networks. Practical application is included in all phases of the course using a wide spectrum of equipment and techniques. Both standard and specialized uses of state-of-the-art receivers, demodulators, real-time analyzers and other display and recording equipment, narrowband and wideband, are practiced in the laboratory. Extensive use of the SUN high powered workstations with various software packages throughout the course. During the extensive laboratory periods and the final examination, the students display, analyze, demodulate, classify, record and report virtually all types of complex non-Morse signaling methods and their users. 

Course length:

•83 days

•664 hours

•16 weeks & 3 Days

Target Audience: 

•Entry Level Marines

•Lat Movers

 

Throughput FY10: 196

(TIP: FY11 173/FY12 170/FY13 170)

Max Class Size: 16

 

Course Manager:  850-452-6543

Location:   Center for Information Dominance

Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151

Marine Corps Detachment

 

Course Descriptive Data:

•CID N23CXA1

•Joint Service

 

Prerequisites:

•TS/SCI eligible

•GT100

 

Description

To provide training to Service Cryptologic Elements (SCE) personnel of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps in the knowledge and skills necessary to function as a Communications Signals Collection and Processing Operator, specifically in the areas of signal collection, identification, analysis, computer analysis, signal classification, target identification, reporting formats and for matriculation into more advanced courses.

 

Includes security procedures, fundamental mathematics, communication theory, radio wave propagation, electronic equipment operation and theory, signal modulation, multiplexing theory, recording, application of target identification, signal processing and reporting. Teaches basic signal analysis, emphasizing the use of reference materials in conjunction with graphic and computer based analysis techniques as aids to signal identification. Graduates with limited supervision are able to acquire, display, analyze, demodulate, identify, record, process and report known communication signals

 

Course length:

•74 days

•592 hours

•15 weeks

Target Audience

•Entry Level Marines

•Lat Movers

 

Throughput FY10: 2

(TIP: FY11 15/FY12 15/FY13 15)

 

Max Class Size: 12

 Course Manager:  850-452-6943

Location: 

Center for Information Dominance

Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151

Marine Corps Detachment

 Course Descriptive Data:

•CID N2312J1

•Joint Service

 Prerequisites:

•TS/SCI eligible

•450 Course

 Description:   Provide training in the intermediate stages of SIGINT signals search, analysis, target identification and reporting. Enable communications collection operators to perform the duties of operator/analysts on various search and analysis systems. Also provides the skills necessary to analyze and classify signals acquired by other research and collection systems.

 Includes intermediate-level instruction in modulation, multiplexing, and coding theory, as each applies to current digital and high data rate communications systems. Incorporates extensive application of signal processing, target identification and technical reporting. Teaches the tools of the signal analyst, with an emphasis on computer-based analysis techniques. Students use a variety of reference materials in conjunction with graphic and electronic analysis methods to perform signal classification. Graduates, with limited supervision, are able to acquire, display, analyze, demodulate, demultiplex, identify, record and report most non-Morse signals and their users normally found within the 10 KHz to 40 GHz frequency spectrum. 

 Course length:

•96 days

•768 hours

•19 weeks

Target Audience

•E-5 and up

Throughput FY10: 1

(TIP: FY11 6.FY12 6/FY13 6)

Max Class Size: 10

Course Manager:  850-452-6626

Location:  Center for Information Dominance, Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151, Marine Corps Detachment

Course Descriptive Data:

•CID A2310076

•Joint Service

Prerequisites:

•E-5 (waiverable)

•TS/SCI Clearance

Description:  To provide Combined Service Personnel, E-5 and above, with journeyman level knowledge and skills required to perform analysis and reporting of all-source information for tactical and strategic commanders in support of battle force and national intelligence objectives. Graduates will be knowledgeable of capabilities, limitations, tasking, and validation processes of various national land conventional intelligence collection and processing systems. Although graduates will primarily use ELINT data, they will have received training in fusing ELINT with COMINT, IRINT, IMINT, RADINT, and PROFORMA information as well. Consists of classroom instruction and laboratory exercises providing the knowledge and skills required to operate GENSER and Special Compartmented Intelligence (SCI) processing, transmission, analysis, and storage systems to include Tactical Data Distribution System (TDDS), Standard TRE Display (STRED), GALE-LITE, INTELINK, WRANGLER, and Global Command and Control System-Maritime (GCCS-M). 

Course length:

•45 days

•360 hours

•9 weeks

Target Audience: JCAC is geared towards the junior/mid level enlisted ether to, or en-route to, CNO-related billets.

Throughput FY10: 6

(TIP: FY11 62/FY12 66/FY13 69)

Max Class Size: 12

Course Manager:  850-452-6032

Location:  Center for Information Dominance, Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151, Marine Corps Detachment

 Course Descriptive Data:

•CID N23CUQ1

•Joint Service

Prerequisites:

•TS/SCI eligible

Description:  To provide cryptologic Marines and other service equivalents the knowledge and skills to perform technical network analysis in the functional areas of Computer Network Operations (CNO). This will satisfy basic/apprentice training requirements for entry-level CNO. Graduates will be able to provide computer (network and infrastructure) analysis and technical solutions to produce CNO effects in support of national intelligence requirements. 

Course length:

•120 days

•976 hours

•24 weeks

Target Audience:  JNAC is geared toward senior officer and senior enlisted either assigned to or en-route to, CNO-related billets.

Throughput FY10: 24

Max Class Size: 8

Course Manager:  850-452-6626

 Location:  Center for Information Dominance, Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151, Marine Corps Detachment

Course Descriptive Data:

•CID A-531-0031

•Joint Service

Prerequisites:

•TS/SCI eligible

 Description:  To provide Senior Enlisted Cryptologic ratings and Officers with Common Core knowledge and skills in planning to support Computer Network Attack (CNA) operations. Graduates will be able to effectively plan Computer Network Attack (CNA) operations, to include an understanding of the appropriate authorities, Battle Damage Assessment (BDA), Review Approval Process (RAP), de-confliction, legal issues, targeting, weaponization and execution processes. Furthermore, graduates will have an understanding of the Information Operations and Intelligence Community organizations roles and responsibilities applicable to CNA. 

Course length:

•20 days

•160 hours

•4 weeks
Target Audience    Location    Length
  • Entry Level Marines
  • Lat Movers
Throughput FY10: 43
 
(TIP: FY11 35/FY12 35/FY13 35)
 
Max Class Size: 20
 
Course Manager:
850-452-6933
 
Center for Information Dominance
Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151

 

 
Marine Corps Detachment
 
Course Descriptive Data:
  • CID N23L5B1
  • Joint service
Prerequisites:
  • TS/SCI eligible
  • GT100
 
  • 55 days
  • 440 hours
  • 11 weeks
     
 Description
The Entry Level ELINT course is designed to provide entry level electronic intelligence (ELINT) operator training to the combined services. The primary mode of instruction will be performance based, utilizing cryptologic collection equipment and/or ELINT trainers to teach operational ELINT, tactical data processing, and Technical ELINT fundamentals. Classroom discussion will be employed to teach knowledge factors associated with entry level ELINT.

Provides the trainee with manual application of skills on various ELINT collection, analysis and recording equipment. Further provides the trainee with the skills to solve pertinent mathematical equations. The trainee is taught to use applicable publications to facilitate the processing of intercepted data. Additionally, the trainee is taught the fundamentals of analyzing collected ELINT data, form the operational perspective, and drawing conclusions as to its tactical and strategic relevance.
Target Audience    Location    Length
 

 

  • Entry Level Marines
  • Lat Movers
 
(TIP: FY11 101/FY12 100/FY13 100)
 
Max Class Size: 12
 
Course Manager:
850-452-6842
 

Center for Information Dominance
Corry Station Pensacola, Florida 32511-5151

 
Marine Corps Detachment
 
Course Descriptive Data:
  • CID N2312H1
  • USMC Specific
Prerequisites:
  • TS/SCI eligible
  • GT100

       
  • 85 days
  • 607 hours
  • 12 weeks
         
     Description
    Students will be able to apply the skills of a basic System Administrator and basic Special Intelligence Communicator upon completion of the course.
    This course provides the skills required for Marines to succeed as Special Intelligence
    Communicators in the Operating Forces. This course includes entry-level computer networking,
    system administration, information assurance, satellite communications, and tactical radio operations.
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    During working hours (0730-1600), check-in at the Marine Detachment, Bldg 502 Room 215E in the service Alpha uniform. After working hours, report to Bldg 3702 Suite 11, located on Chief's Way in the service Alpha uniform. Marines are required to have their Original Orders, SRB, Health, and Dental records in their possession. Marines will also have all uniforms issued to them in their possession. Uniform of the day will be the appropriate Marine Pattern Cammies, as well as the seasonal dress and service uniform. Marines will receive billeting in the barracks. Marines will have their height/weight checked upon reporting aboard. Marines will receive further guidance from the Company Gunnery Sergeant or OOD as required. For more information call: Com: (850) 452-6581/6582/6879 after hours call (850) 452-6431/6824, DSN: 922-6581/6582/6879
    **Note for Lat Movers – Lat movers should arrive the night prior in order to start/complete the required check-in process at 0730.
    Note for Financial Analyst Ms. Danika Hughes: Marines are required to report two days earlier than the posted report date in MCTIMS. The MCTIMS report date does not include the required Marine check-in time of two days. During working hours (0730-1600) check-in at the Marine Detachment, Bldg 502 Room 215E in the service Alpha uniform. After working hours report to Bldg 3702 Suite 11 located on Chief's Way in the service Alpha uniform. Marines are required to have their Original Orders, SRB, Health, and Dental records in their possession. Uniform of the day will be appropriate Marine Pattern Cammies as well as seasonal dress and service uniform. Billeting and messing is incumbent upon the attendee, however; local BEQ/BOQ contacts will be made available. Marines will receive further guidance from the Company Gunnery Sergeant or OOD as required. For more information call: Com: (850) 452-6581/6582/6879 after hours call (850) 452-6431/6824, DSN: 922-6581/6582/6879. The JCAC Course Manager contact phone number is 850-452-6151, the MARDET Operations Chief number is 850-452-6879 and the MARDET Corry OOD contact number is 850-452-6824.
    The command or unit which a student is assigned to must fund travel, per diem and billeting. It is recommended students stay at the Bachelor Officer Quarters on the Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola, Florida. JFCC-NW has a group reservation for the Joint Network Attack Course. You may call Pensacola Navy Gateway Inns and Suites at: 850-452-2755/2756; DSN 922-2755/2756 to reserve a room under confirmation number XXXXXXXXXXX. Students must call Pensacola and book their rooms NLT 14 days prior to the class convening date. Otherwise there is no guarantee of room availability. Uniform required for this course is based on the student’s respective service Uniform of the Day. Dress for DOD civilian and contractors is business casual. Any additional specific information will be provided to each student upon acceptance into a course.

    From I-10 take Exit 4 which is SR-295/Fairfield Drive. Turn right off the exit and drive 5.2 miles then turn right onto Chief’s Way. Chief’s Way will bring you to the front gate of Corry Station.

    Mardet Corry Station Map

    MARCORDET Liaison Office
    (850) 452-6543
    Located in Compound 2, Building 3744