345th Air Force Training Squadron

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Providing superior services and transportation training for warrior airmen and joint forces.

To shape the future of the Air Force by providing the best Services and Transportation professionals.

345th Training Schools

The 345 Training Squadron is made up of the Services and Transportation schoolhouses. The Services Schoolhouse is made up of the Services Apprentice Course (AFSC 3M031), Fitness Specialist Course (Resident), Fitness Specialist Course (Mobile), Food Service Shift Leader Course, and Activity Managers Course. The Transportation Schoolhouse is made up of the Traffic Management Apprentice Course (AFSC 2T031), Air Transportation Apprentice Course (AFSC 2T231), and Hazardous Materials Courses (HazMat Preparer and HazMat Airlift Inspector).

Services Courses

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Course Location Contact Info
Services Apprentice Course Building 4200
1630 B Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-7700/7701/7702
Provides training for Services Career Field Operations, Introduction to Food Service, Food Preparation, Customer Service, Fitness, Lodging, Readiness and Protocol.
Fitness Specialist Course (Resident) Building 4200
1630 B Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-7700/7701/7702
Provides training on the Air Force Fitness and Sports Program, Wellness, Safety, Nutrition, Human Physiology, Exercise Application, Fitness Profile, Fitness Program Development, and Customer Service. The method of instruction is group paced, consisting of lecture, discussion, and demonstration and performance.
Fitness Specialist Course (Mobile) DSN 539-7700/7701/7702
This is a mobile version of the Fitness Specialist Course (Resident) and is taught at various locations worldwide. This course provides training on the Air Force Fitness and Sports Program, Wellness, Safety, Nutrition, Human Physiology, Exercise Application, Fitness Profile, Fitness Program Development, and Customer Service. The method of instruction is group paced, consisting of lecture, discussion, and demonstration and performance.
Food Service Shift Leader Course (Mobile) DSN 539-7700/7701/7702
This course trains personnel in the duties and responsibilities of a Services Shift Leader in the dining facility. The course provides the career field with a means to train rotation personnel, in any rank, for proper shift operations. The course consists of Food Service Operations, Shift Operations, Shift Leader Principles, Menu Planning, Accounting, and Automated Subsistence and Serving Line Techniques. The target audience is personnel currently assigned to the dining facility.
Activity Managers Course Online DSN 539-7700/7701/7702
This online course provides training for Services Managers at the activity level. Managers are trained in all Services Management course knowledge and skills needed to perform their jobs to include: Air Force Occupational Safety and Health (AFOSH), Readiness, Management Information Systems, Program Development, Strategic Capital Improvement Program, Financial Management, Contracts, Administrative Awareness, Personnel Administration, Staff Development, and Protection of Assets.
Advance Culinary Skills Course (Army Course) Building 4200
1630 B Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-7700/7701/7702
This course provides training for Air Force personnel to perform duties as Enlisted Aide, AFSC 8A200. Training includes Introduction to Buffet, Preparing and Presenting Vegetables, Preparing Sauces, Meat Fabrication, Preparing Salads, Starch Cookery, Plate Design, Basic Menu Planning, Preparing and Presenting Tarts, Restaurant Service, Table Side Cooking, Nutritional Menu Planning, Preparing and Presenting Dinner for Two, Planning and Preparing meals, Effectively Purchasing Subsistence, hors D'oeuvres and Canapés, Advanced Baking Skills, Preparing and Presenting Desserts, Wines, Preparing and Presenting a Three-Course Meal, and Introduction to Ice Carving.
Course is designed for service members from all U.S. military branches, to include National Guard and Reserve Component, in grade E-5 and above in food service-related specialties primarily the Enlisted Aides (8A200) but also available for Services personnel who possess or show potential to cultivate higher level cooking skills; member of allied services who meet equivalent qualifications of above; others by waiver.

Transportation Courses

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Course Location Contact Info
Traffic Management Apprentice Building 1540 (2nd floor)
201 C Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-1462/1430
Provides training for planning, arranging, and procuring air, rail, motor carrier, and bus transportation service for DoD military and civilian personnel and dependents, including shipment and storage of personal property, house trailers, and privately owned vehicles; classifying, documenting, and arranging for shipment of government-sponsored cargo by military air and motor vehicle and by commercial air, rail, express, motor carrier, and parcel post. Provides instruction in operating material handling equipment; procedures for receiving inbound shipments; performing packing and crating procedures; preservation of items; custom requirements; freight terminal operations; saw operations and heat sealing; deployment operations; data automation; security and safety. Students learn to utilize the EDS and Cargo Movements Operations System (CMOS) computer systems.
Air Transportation Apprentice Building 1540
201 C Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-1357/1315/1339/1365
The course trains airmen to perform duties prescribed in the Air Force Enlisted Classification Directory for Air Transportation Apprentice, AFSC 2T231. Training includes introduction to transportation, originating cargo operations, cargo loading/terminating cargo operations, hand held terminals, passenger service center functions, final passenger processing, and Cargo Movements Operations System (CMOS) troop deployments.
Hazardous Materials Preparer (Initial) Course: Building 1540 (2nd floor)
201 C Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 1586/1583/1559
Provides training for selected DoD military and civilian personnel to prepare hazardous material shipments for transport via military air, commercial air, rail, motor, and water modes. Also provides packaging requirements and procedures for marking, labeling, placarding, and compatibility requirements. This course meets the formal training requirement for preparers of hazardous materials according to AFMAN 24-204(IP) and meets the provisions stated in the Hazardous Materials Training Working Group common core curriculum. Authorizes personnel to certify the shipper’s certification on government bills of lading and provides training to complete and certify legally binding certification documents (such as, shipper's declaration for dangerous goods, and shipper's certification for military air) for shipments of hazardous materials according to DoD, commercial, and military publications.
Hazardous Materials Airlift Inspector (Initial) Course Building 1540 (2nd floor)
201 C Avenue
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-7672
Provides training for military and civilian personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary to inspect hazardous material shipments being transported via military airlift. The scope of training focuses on inspection of hazardous material shipments and accompanying documentation prior to acceptance into the military airlift system. This course meets the formal training requirements for inspectors of hazardous material IAW AFMAN 24-204(IP). This training does not authorize personnel to sign legally binding Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods.
Hazardous Materials Preparer (Refresher) Course Online DSN 1586/1583/1559
This online course provides refresher training for selected DoD military and civilian personnel to prepare and certify hazardous materials for transportation via modes of military air, international commercial air, public highway, rail and vessel (water). This course meets the systematic training requirements for hazardous materials preparers IAW AFMAN 24-204(IP), 49 CFR, IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, and IMDG Code. Personnel may sign a legally binding document such as a Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods, DD Form 836, or other such document when appointed by the Installation Commander (or designated representative). The course is self-paced and is based on 40 hours of instruction.
Hazardous Materials Airlift Inspector (Refresher) Course: Online DSN 539-7672
This online course provides refresher training for selected DoD military and civilian personnel to INSPECT hazardous material shipments for transport via military air and commercial air. Personnel enrolled will be trained on knowledge and skills involved in inspecting hazardous material shipments and accompanying documentation according to Department of Transportation (DOT), commercial, and military regulations prior to acceptance into the airlift system. This course meets the formal training requirement for inspectors of hazardous materials according to AFMAN 24-204(IP). Training does not authorize personnel to certify the shipper’s certification on Government Bills of Lading (GBL) or to complete and certify legally binding certification documents (i.e., Shipper's Declaration for Dangerous Goods, and shipper's certification for military air) for shipments of hazardous materials. This course is self-paced and is based on 40 hours of instruction.
Hazardous Materials Preparer (Initial) (Mobile) Course DSN 1586/1583/1559
This is a mobile version of the Hazardous Materials Preparer (Initial) Course and is taught at various locations worldwide. This course provides training for selected DoD military and civilian personnel to prepare hazardous material shipments for transport via military air, commercial air, rail, motor, and water modes. Also provides packaging requirements and procedures for marking, labeling, placarding, and compatibility requirements. This course meets the formal training requirement for preparers of hazardous materials according to AFMAN 24-204(IP) and meets the provisions stated in the Hazardous Materials Training Working Group common core curriculum. Authorizes personnel to certify the shipper’s certification on government bills of lading and provides training to complete and certify legally binding certification documents (such as, shipper's declaration for dangerous goods, and shipper's certification for military air) for shipments of hazardous materials according to DoD, commercial, and military publications.
Hazardous Materials Airlift Inspector (Initial) (Mobile) Course DSN 539-7672
This is a mobile version of the Hazardous Materials Airlift Inspector (Initial) Course and is taught at various locations worldwide. This course provides training for military and civilian personnel in the knowledge and skills necessary to inspect hazardous material shipments being transported via military airlift. The scope of training focuses on inspection of hazardous material shipments and accompanying documentation prior to acceptance into the military airlift system. This course meets the formal training requirements for inspectors of hazardous material IAW AFMAN 24-204(IP). This training does not authorize personnel to sign legally binding Shippers Declaration for Dangerous Goods.
Airdrop Load Inspector Certification (ALIC) Course Building 6022
At the intersection of Adams Avenue and 11th Street
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-7672
Qualifies and provides certification for personnel whose duties as airdrop supervisors or aircraft loadmasters require that they perform final joint airdrop inspections on equipment and supply loads to be airdropped from aircraft. This course is taught at the Army's Quartermaster Center & School at Fort Lee, VA.
Airdrop Specialist Course (Phase 1) Building 6022
At the intersection of Adams Avenue and 11th Street
Fort Lee, VA
DSN 539-7672
The course is designed to train personnel on aerial delivery techniques and provide them with knowledge needed to support worldwide airdrop operations. Students will be trained on cargo parachute packing; Container Delivery Systems, container rigging; placement of equipment and supplies on airdrop platforms and appropriate rigging techniques; cargo load extraction methods; airdrop inspection requirements (does not certify-you must attend the L5AZA1A251 0F5A Airdrop Load Inspector Certification Course to be certified); airdrop zone recovery actions IAW current directives; Joint Precision Airdrop Systems (JPADS training).

345 Air Force TRS Facilities

345 TRS Headquarters - Bldg 2300
711 Byrd Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1798

Air Force Transportation Management School Academic Bldg - Bldg 1540
201 Carver Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1528

Air Force Transportation Management School Training Bldg - Bldg 1535
501 Carver Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1528

Services Academy Academic Bldg - Bldg 4200
1630 Byrd Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801

Services Academy RIBS Site - Bldg 11550
2826 40th Street
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1814

Air Force/Navy Dormitory - Bldg 3020
821 11th Street
Fort Lee, VA 23801

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HQ Location

Building 2300 (HQ)
711 B Avenue
Fort Lee, Virginia 23801

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
0730-1630

Last Updated: 3/20/2014 6:47:22 PM

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