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Warrior Transition Course Overview

From Day 0 to Day 26

The purpose of the Warrior Transition Course is to transition active and prior service Navy and Air Force enlisted personnel to the Army, as well as retrain prior service Army personnel who are not required to attend Basic Combat Training. Throughout the Warrior Transition Course, the Army Values and Warrior Ethos are instilled in every Soldier.

Below you will find a brief overview of what to expect at the Warrior Transition Course, Fort Knox, Kentucky.

Day 0 to Day 6 – Core Task Proficiency

  • Combatives
  • Teamwork Development
  • First Aid and NBC Refresher
  • Drill and Ceremony Refresher
  • Bayonet Training
  • Communications
  • Troop Leading Procedures
  • Land Navigation (Day and Night)
  • Army Orientation

FTX-1 Land Nav / Field Craft (Day and Night)

Day 7 to Day 16 – Weapons Proficiency

  • M16A2 Qualification
  • M249
  • AT-4
  • M203
  • M18A1 Claymore
  • Army Physical Fitness Test
  • Grenade Qualification
  • 8km Foot March

FTX-2 six Days

Day 17 to Day 26 – Tactical Proficiency

  • IED / UXO
  • Convoy Operations
  • Checkpoint Operations
  • Patrolling
  • Urban Operations
  • Night Defense Live Fire
  • Buddy Team Live Fire
  • Night Infiltration Course
  • 10km foot March

Family Orientation and Graduation

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