Joint C4 Planners Course

(JC4PC)

Reporting / Administration Information:

Personnel attending the course may be required to report to their respective detachments one day prior to start date, for administration purposes only, then follow-on  reporting to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall,  Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730. Please see service specific instructions below.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The last day of the course is a FULL training day. It is highly recommended that all personnel NOT make travel arrangements until after 1800 on the last day of the course or preferably the next day.


U.S. ARMY: On the day of course start, students must report to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall, Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730.

Students will attend class daily in ACU.


U.S. NAVY : Call DSN 780-7027 or commercial 706-791-7027 to inform the Naval Command of your  presence in the area one day prior to course start date (reporting date). If arriving after normal duty hours, students should call the Command Duty Officer  (CDO) at Commercial 706-421-4726.

On the day of course start, students must report to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall, Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730.

Students will attend class daily in utilities (NWU).


U.S. AIR FORCE: On the day of course start, students must report to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall, Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730.  

Students will attend class daily in ABU; however, the wear of the Blue Uniform is required in accordance with USAF Chief of Staff.


   U.S. COAST GUARD: On the day of course start, students must report to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall, Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730.

Students will attend class daily in normal duty uniform.



U.S. MARINE CORPS: On the day of course start, students must report to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall, Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730.

Students will attend class daily in Seasonal Digital MCCUU.


DOD CIVILIANS: On the day of course start,students must report to the Joint C4 Planners course in Greely Hall,  Bldg. 29809, room 232 located on Chamberlain Avenue, Fort Gordon, Georgia NLT 0730.
Students will attend class daily in business casual  attire.


Lodging:

To obtain on-post lodging the main check-in point is Griffith Hall, Building 250, Chamberlain Ave. at 706-790-3676. Army installation lodging is now run by IHG, to search for available on-post lodging at Fort Gordon visit the IHG website.

Note: IHG will NOT give statements of non-availability.

Army students TDY at Fort Gordon for the JC4PC are attending under the Institutional Training Directed Lodging and Meals (ITDLM) Program. The ITDLM Program requires all TDY Army students to stay in on-post lodging. IHG Army Hotels Fort Gordon is provided a listing of all TDY Army students enrolled for  the JC4PC in ATRRS. If you are an Army student TDY for the JC4PC, you MUST contact IHG Army Hotels Fort Gordon to verify availability PRIOR to making  off-post accommodations.

Note: All other services are NOT required to stay in on-post lodging.

IAW Institutional Training Directed Lodging  Meal (ITDLM)  Policy Memo and Handbook Document 2 dated 2 June 08; all Soldiers (Army, ARNG, &  USAR) on TDY status are required to check in at IHG, Griffith Hall, Bldg 250 immediately upon arrival to the post. IHG will either house the student or send them to a specific hotel at no cost of  the TDY student.


Dining:

IAW (ITDLM) Policy Memo and Handbook  Document 2 dated 2 June 08; all Soldiers (Army, ARNG, & USAR) on TDY status  will be issued a meal card to eat in on-post dining facilities. The meal card will be issued on day one of  the course.  Students will receive per diem during weekends and holidays only.

View MTSS Fact Sheet for Army Personnel.

Visit the HQDA ITDLM site for additional information and TDY guidance.


Transportation:

The U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon does not provide government transportation for students attending training at the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon except for Initial Entry students.

The JC4PC highly recommends that TDY students have rental car for transportation. Sending commands are encouraged to support compact rental cars for those who must fly.

Visit the HQDA ITDLM site for additional information and TDY guidance.


Studies:

The JC4PC recommends students bring a laptop computer for studies outside of the course facilities. Students are provided a course DVD which contains all presentation and study material. During the course, take home quizzes will be provided in each course module as well to enforce classroom learning. Students will also take two assessments while attending the JC4PC, the first assessment on the first day and the second assessment in the last week. Students that have a laptop to facilitate some self-study each night will do well on the final assessment.
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