The U.S. Army Transportation School's Transportation Management Training Department (TMTD) provides instruction on strategic and operational movement processes, procedures, and systems used for deployment and distribution through functional courses and Advance Individual Training (AIT). Areas include deployment/redeployment, movement control, distribution management, and asset management. Trains Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officers, Noncommissioned Officers (NCOs), Soldiers, Department of Defense (DOD) and Department of the Army (DA) Civilians, and members of other services in skills and functions associated with strategic and operational level movement supporting the Defense Transportation System with both resident and with mobile training teams (MTT). TMTD manages, conducts, and evaluates assigned courses at multiple sites in the Continental United States (CONUS). Additionally, they monitor the technical sequencing, scope, and changes to Programs of Instruction (POIs) and instructional materials; monitors maintenance of training facilities, and operational status of training equipment. TMTD develops training strategies, goals, and objectives in related technical areas and coordinates with the Training Development Department (TDD), Combined Arms Support command (CASCOM), and other stakeholders to develop relevant training programs and materials. The Transportation Management Training Department is made up of both the Movement Management Branch (MMB) and 88N AIT Branch.
TThe 88N Advanced Individual Training (AIT) Branch is responsible for the resident training of initial entry and reclassified active duty enlisted personnel in the Military Occupational Skill (MOS) 88N Transportation Management Coordinator. This is a six (6) week course that consists of training in Army transportation individual critical tasks related to cargo documentation, planning, loss and damage control, unit movements, and application of the Transportation Coordinators - Automated Information for Movements System II (TC-AIMS II).
The Movement Management Branch (MMB) is responsible for the instruction of the functional courses taught by the department with a mix of Mobility Warrant Officers (882A), DA Civilians, and contract instructors. The branch is the proponent for the Air Deployment Planners Course (ADPC), Senior Transportation Operations Course (STOC), TC-AIMS II Functional User Course, TC-AIMS II Theater Operations Course, and the Unit Movement Officer Deployment Planning Course (UMODPMC). Additionally, the MMB manages the Unit Movement Officer Deployment Planning Course instructions at CONUS satellite sites. A full listing and description of all functional transportation courses can be found at the link below.