Joint Targeting School
Mission: To provide doctrinally-based joint targeting education and training in order to prepare Service, Interagency, and Allied personnel for operational-level targeting duties.

Location: The JTS is a Joint Functional School that falls within the Joint Education and Doctrine Directorate of the J7, Joint Force Development of the Joint Staff. Its physical location is at the Center for Information Dominance-Hampton Roads, Layton Hall (Bldg 420), Naval Air Station Oceana-Dam Neck Annex.
Courses: JTS teaches four courses, in-residence and as a mobile training team (MTT).

  1. Joint Targeting Staff Course (3 weeks)
  2. Joint Targeting Applications Course (1 week)
  3. Joint Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) Course (1 week)
  4. Collateral Damage Estimation (CDE) Course (1 week)
Joint Targeting School Smart Sheet
JTS Policy Quota and Registration Process Memo
In-Residence Quota Request Process

Course Information
FY17 JTS Course Calendar Version K
FY18 JTS Course Calendar Version L
Joint Intermediate Target Development (JITD) Course
Joint Targeting Staff Course Syllabus
Collateral Damage Estimation Course
Battle Assessment Course
Targeting Applications Course
Targeting For Partners Course Syllabus


JP 3-60, Joint Targeting DOCNET Course (CAC required.)

Student Information and References
JTS Welcome Packet
International Student Information

Course Requests
In-Residence - Quota Request Procedures
Mobile Training Team - MTT Request form for Organizations

Reference Material List
CJCSI 3160.01A, No Strike Collateral Damage Method Limited (.mil/.gov only)
CJCSI 3370.01A, Target Development Standards Limited (.mil/.gov only)
CJSCI 3505.01B, Target Coordinate Mensuration Certification and Program Accreditation 
CJCSM 3162.01 Joint Methodology for Battle Damage Assessment Limited (.mil/.gov only)
JP 3-60, Joint Targeting (CAC Required)
Joint Targeting Student Handbook

Contact numbers: For school quotas and MTT requests call DSN 492-0277 or Comm (757) 492-0277.
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