The JS -US007-Level I Antiterrorism Awareness Training course on JKO is consistently one of the highest utilized courses on JKO. The course is sponsored by the Joint Staff in coordination with the Military Services to meet the annual requirement for Level I Antiterrorism Training prescribed by DoDI 2000.16, DoD Antiterrorism (AT) Standards.
The purpose of the training is to protect DoD personnel, their families, installations, facilities, information, and other material resources from terrorist acts. The course is designed to increase awareness of terrorism and to improve one’s ability to apply personal protective measures. Services and Combatant Commands prescribe their own AT standards and most utilize this course for annual training, for pre-deployment and also for family members deploying with service members. This type of awareness is vitally important both at home and abroad, and the online course provides links to resources that can be used at any time.
We were pleased to see the reference to the course on JKO in Scott Prater’s Aug. 29, 2021 article titled, “Awareness month focuses on training, vigilance” in the Fort Carson Mountaineer, as the Army observed Antiterrorism Awareness Month.
“This annual observance helps sustain vigilance across all Army communities, at home and abroad,” Edenfield said. “All Soldiers are required to complete Anti-terrorism Level I training each year, but we want Family members and civilians to know they can receive that same level of training through Joint Knowledge Online with a sponsor’s approval at https://jkodirect.jten.mil.”
You can find the full article at Awareness month focuses on training, vigilance – Fort Carson Mountaineer.