The NC3 150 course is a 1.5-day introductory course for NC3 workforce members who have less than 24 months of experience. Topics covered are NC3 weapons systems, architectures, cyber security, test reporting, and systems modernization. The course’s main goal is to answer the students’ question of “What is my role in NC3, and why does it matter?”. This course is designed for the following ranks: E3-E5, O1-O3, GS5-13.
The NC3 200 course is a 3-day course for mid-level NC3 professionals with 26-60 months of NC3 workforce experience who are seeking to expand their knowledge. Discussion topics covered are radio waves, electromagnetic pulse effects, mission essential functions, and NC3 modernization. This course is designed for the following ranks: E4-E7; O2-O5; GS9-13.
The NC3 300 course is a 3-day advanced development course for seasoned professionals with 84+ months of NC3 enterprise experience. The course curriculum is designed to articulate, integrate, and apply NC3 and National Leadership Command Capability strategy, policy, governance, procedure, architectures, capabilities, physics, and modernization efforts at the operational decision-maker level. This course is designed for the following ranks: E5-E8; O3-O6; GS12-15.
The NC3 400 course provides 16 contact hours to progress individuals to an “advanced” level of Nuclear Mission/NC3 PCE competency, preparing them to both advocates for Air Force capabilities that support NC3 mission requirements and engage with service, interservice, Interagency and beltway partners on NC3 policy and requirements. LTRI hosted it’s beta course on August 13 – 14, 2020, and 12 students completed the course. The contract renewed on November 23, 2020, and LTRI will host two more workshops and anticipates March 2021 and July 2021 as the course dates.
Our mission at LTRI is to promote and advance innovative, agile, and responsive interdisciplinary policy analysis, applied education, training, and research, and transformative technologies that address national security challenges.
Our vision at LTRI is to serve as a transformative leader in national security, problem-solving technology, and solutions through innovation in interdisciplinary policy analysis, education and training, applied research, and strategic thought.
LTRI focuses on supporting the defense and intelligence communities by advancing applied research across three core areas:
Nuclear deterrence education and thought
Cyber surety and resiliency