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Digital Training Facility (DTF)

A DTF is a computer lab located on Army installations and Reserve sites worldwide. Units use DTFs to conduct training that improves individual and unit readiness. Using high-speed internet access, computer based training and Video Tele-Training (VTT) equipment, Soldiers and civilians can train when it fits their professional needs and personal schedules.

To date there are 187 Active Component and USAR locations in the United States, Germany, Belgium, Italy, and Korea.

As a training asset, DTFs are ideal for section, squad, or platoon size elements. They can maximize training dollars and reduce TDY costs while providing:

  • Various ways to support your unit requirements through onsite instruction, online courses and VTT (at selected sites)
  • A classroom environment with Internet access for Resident Instructors
  • Access to annual mandatory training, such as Information Assurance, Anti- Terrorism, Suicide Prevention, Composite Risk Management,
  • Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Training
  • Access to Army Learning Management System (ALMS)
  • Access to Army e-Learning and Army Correspondence Course Program (ACCP) courses
  • Real-time, interactive instruction, such as Battle Staff, Master Driving Training, Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) Course, TAMIS, MEDCOM, AMEDD, EMD Refresher, and more via VTT (at selected sites)
  • Pre- and Post-Mobilization Training (PPMT), such as SERE 100.1
  • Access to subject matter experts around the world
  • Gaming for training, such as Virtual Battle Space 3. Available only at select DTFs
Contact your local DTF to get started today!
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