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"To conduct and support Navy and Marine Corps training and instruction in doctrine, tactics and techniques of Naval expeditionary warfare with a focus on amphibious operations to support operational commanders' ready forces that can project military power from the sea, and perform all other functions and tasks as may be assigned by higher authority."
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World-Class Expeditionary Warfare Training
Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Pacific (EWTGPAC) provides instruction in the tactics, techniques, and doctrine of expeditionary warfare to US forces and our NATO allies. Our accredited instructors provide world class instruction to any command preparing for deployment and assist commanders in maintaining a high level of readiness and excellence.
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Click here to explore the courses that we have to offer at EWTGPAC.
All courses are open to Active Duty Military, Reserve, and Government Civilians. Some of our highlighted
- Expeditionary Warfare Staff Planning (EWSP)
- International Senior Officer Amphibious Planning (ISOAP)
- Tactical Air Control Party
- MPF Staff Planning Course
- LCAC Navigator Crew Training Course
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EWTGPAC's excellent training programs range from MOS producing courses to courses designed to maximize a Commander's ability to succeed in austere environments while deployed. State of the art facilities and simulators, to include our Joint Expeditionary Warfare Laboratory and LCAC full motion simulators, assist our instructors in preparing real world relevant and realistic training. Click the links below to learn more about some of our facilities and training devices.
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