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AR-2201-0603

1.WARRIOR LEADER (AC)
(Warrior Leader)
2.WARRIOR LEADER

Course Number: Version 1: 600-WLC; 600-WLC (AC). Version 2: 600-WLC; 600-C44.

Location: Version 1: NCO Academy, Fort Knox, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, Fort Benning, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Stewart, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Campbell, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Polk, LA; NCO Academy, Fort Hood, TX; NCO Academy, Fort Lewis, WA; NCO Academy, Fort Drum, NY; NCO Academy, Fort Greeley, AK; NCO Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, MO; NCO Academy, EUSA, Korea; NCO Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; NCO Academy, 7th Army, Grafenwoehr, Germany; NCO Academy, Fort Sill, OK; NCO Academy, Schofield Barracks, HI. Version 2: NCO Academy, Fort Knox, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, Fort Benning, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Stewart, GA; NCO Academy, Fort Campbell, KY; NCO Academy, Fort Polk, LA; NCO Academy, Fort Hood, TX; NCO Academy, Fort Lewis, WA; NCO Academy, Fort Drum, NY; NCO Academy, Fort Leonard Wood, MO; NCO Academy, EUSA, Korea; NCO Academy, Fort Bliss, TX; NCO Academy, 7th Army, Grafenwoehr, Germany; NCO Academy, Fort Sill, OK; National Guard Bureau, US; NCO Academy, Europe, Panama, Hawaii, Alaska, and Federal R; John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC; NCO Academy, HI; NCO Academy, Fort Dix, NJ; NG Unit/Spec Schools, PA; NG Unit/Spec Schools, SC; NG Unit/Spec Schools, PR; Construction Training Center, Port Hueneme, CA; NCO Academy, Schofield Barracks, HI; NCO Academy, Fort Richardson, AK; National Guard Bureau NCO Academy, Camp Beauregard, LA; NG Unit/Spec Schools, AK; NG Unit/Spec Schools, HI; NG Unit/Spec Schools, MS; USAR REG E SCHOOLS, WI; USAR REG A SCHOOLS, NJ; USAR REG G SCHOOLS, WA; NG Unit/ Spec Schools, NE; EIGHTH US ARMY, KOREA; USAR REG B SCHOOLS, Grafenwoehr, Germany.

Length: Version 1: 4–5 weeks (198–200 hours). Version 2: 3 weeks (136–148 hours).

Exhibit Dates: Version 1: 10/05–12/09. Version 2: 1/10–6/14.

Learning Outcomes: Version 1: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to function as a junior level leader with essential skills in leadership, training, warfighting and administration Version 2: Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to function as a junior level leader with essential skills in leadership; training; war fighting; and administration.

Instruction: Version 1: Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, discussion, and classroom exercises. Topics include leadership, battle focused training, map reading, and field training. Version 2: Audiovisual materials, practical exercises, discussion, classroom exercises, and lecture. General course topics include leadership; counseling; mentoring; and field training.

Related Competencies: Version 2: Leadership topics include coaching, decision-making, ethics, problem solving, situational leadership, small unit leadership, supervision, and team building.

Credit Recommendation: Version 1: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in leadership principles and 2 in military science (6/06)(4/09). Version 2: In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in leadership (10/09)(9/11).

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