ARMY DA PAM 350-9: Index and Description of Army Training Devices
SDO: ARMY: U.S. Army
DOD Adopted ANSI Approved Approved
Applicability. This pamphlet applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States, and the U.S. Army Reserve.
a. This pamphlet is published as an aid in the identification and description of training devices that were acquired and fielded by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office Simulation Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) and are presently being used by the Active Army and Reserve components. It is not to be used as authorization for requisitioning, stockage, or issue of this equipment. Many of the training devices depicted herein have been produced in limited quantities to meet specific training requirements and have not been generally distributed. For information concerning availability, supply, and maintenance support, contact the local Training Support Center (TSC).
b. For each training device, there is an illustration and description, together with other pertinent data, which may be utilized in determining if the device can be used to support a training requirement. Actual weights and dimensions may vary somewhat from the average or representative values shown. For information on small-arms targets and target materials see TM 9-6920-210-14.
c. Information on Army commodity managed, type classified devices is contained in SB 700-20.
d. Information concerning Army films, videotapes, and filmstrips is contained in DOD Catalog 5040.2-C-1; information concerning graphic training aids (GTA), for example, charts, cards, games, slides (2 by 2 inch), and transparencies (8 by 10 inch) is contained in DA Pamphlet 25-37.
e. A number of training devices were fabricated at various TSC's and distributed Army-wide but do not appear in this pamphlet. Information concerning availability of these types of devices, as well as locally fabricated Department of the Army Training Aids (DATA) type devices, can be obtained from the local TSC. Refer to their copy of TRADOC Pamphlet 350-9, "TRADOC Training Devices For Armywide Use." If the TSC does not have a copy, one can be obtained from the local installation publications office or by completing DA Form 17 (Requisition for Publications and Blank Forms) and sending it to the Commander, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Attn: AG Publications Stockroom, Fort Monroe, Virginia 23651.
f. Training device requirements for Grant Aid or Military Assistance Programs should be submitted through normal U.S. Army Security Assistance Center channels.
g. New training device requirements should be submitted by potential users in accordance with the provisions of AR 71-9.
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