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CHIEF of HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENCE GENERAL STAFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT GREECE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
TRAINING GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
JOINT COURSES IN GREEK
JN-JN-HG-0001-GR HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENCE COLLEGE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-JN-HG-0002-GR SUPREME JOINT WAR COLLEGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-MD-AC-0001-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-MD-AC-0002-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
DENTIST DEPARTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-MD-AC-0003-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
VETERINARY DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-MD-AC-0004-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
PHARMACIST DEPARTMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-MD-AC-0005-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-MD-AC-0006-GR MILITARY NURSING ACADEMY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-LG-AC-0001-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-OT-AC-0001-GR COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY
RECRUITING ADVOCATE DEPARTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-SN-BA-0001-GR METHODOLOGY OF PLANNING, ORGANIZING AND
EXECUTING CAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-SN-BA-0002-GR CAX SCENARIO DATA BASE PREPARATION & BUILDING
CAX SUPPORTING TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-SN-BA-0003-GR MODELLING AND SIMULATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-JN-AD-0096-GR ARMED FORCES CBRN SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-JN-AD-0017-GR JOINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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JN-JN-HG-0001-EN SENIOR COURSE ON DEFENCE STUDIES: FACTS AND
ANALYSIS OF STRATEGIC THOUGHT AND LEADERSHIP
JN-JN-HG-0002-EN SUPREME JOINT WAR COLLEGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-SN-BA-0001-EN METHODOLOGY OF PLANNING, ORGANIZING AND
EXECUTING CAX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-SN-BA-0002-EN CAX SCENARIO DATA BASE PREPARATION & BUILDING
CAX SUPPORTING TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-SN-BA-0003-EN MODELLING AND SIMULATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-IL-BA-0001-EN
BASIC ANALYST COURSE (BAC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-JN-ME-0001-EN BASIC PUBLIC AFFAIR OFFICERS COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-JN-ME-0002-EN OPERATION BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-JN-ME-0003-EN UNITED NATIONS MILITARY OBSERVERS COURSE . . . . .
JN-JN-ME-0004-EN INFLUENCE OPERATIONS IN MULTINATIONAL
ENVIRONMENT COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-JN-ME-0005-EN SEA LAND BORDER SECURITY AND REFUGEES/ARMS/
DUAL USE GOODS CONTROL COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JN-JN-ME-0006-EN MULTINATIONAL CIMIC FIELD WORKERS BASIC COURSE. .

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JN-JN-ME-0007-EN
AF-JN-AD-0017-EN

CULTURAL AWARENESS COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79


JOINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

ARMY COURSES IN GREEK


AR-AR-C-0093-GR HELLENIC MILITARY ACADEMY (BACHELOR IN MILITARY
SCIENCE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AR-AC-0094-GR NCO EDUCATION (ACADEMIC MILITARY) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AR-AC-0095-GR ADVANCED MILITARY TRAINING (THEORITICAL) . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-AD-0001-GR BASIC ANALYST COURSE (BAC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0002-GR BASIC 2nd LIEUTENANT TRAINING SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0003-GR WARRANT OFFICER TRAINING SCHOOL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0004-GR BASIC SERGEANT TRAINING SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0005-GR MILAN FAGOT TOW KORNET ANTITANK SYSTEMS
OPERATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0006-GR M30 4, 2'' , E44 81mm MORTAR SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0007-GR MACHINE GUNS OPERATOR MG3 7, 62, BRAUNING 0,50'',
GMG, Zu-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0008-GR BASIC MILITARY DRIVING SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0009-GR MILAN FAGOT TOW ANTITANK SYSTEMS
OPERATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0010-GR MACHINE GUNS OPERATOR. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-BA-0011-GR M-30 4,2'' , 81mm MORTAR SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR--ME-0104-GR TRAINING IN URBAN OPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AM-BA-0030-GR ARMOUR OFFICERS BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AM-BA-0031-GR ARMOUR NCOs BASIC COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0024-GR FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0025-GR FIELD ARTILLERY NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0026-GR TOR M1 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0027-GR TOR M1 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE
24 G TECHNICIAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0028-GR HAWK ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE
24C TECHNICIAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0029-GR HAWK ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE
24G TECHNICIAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0036-GR EOD C/IED TRAINING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0038-GR DEMINING TRAINING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0040-GR DEMINING SEMINAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0042-GR TRAINING IN HANDLING OF NATURAL DISASTERS . . . . . .
AR-EN-ME-0102-GR FLOAT BRIDGING TRAINING (RIBBON BLOAT BRIDGE) .
AR-SL-BA-0044-GR SIGNAL OFFICERS' BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SL-BA-0045-GR NON COMMITTED OFFICERS' BASIC COURSE. . . . . . . . . .
AR-SL-AC-0046-GR SIGNALS OFFICERS COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS
SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AV-AD-0049-GR HELICOPTER INSTRUCTOR PILOT TRAINING COURSE . .
AR-AV-BA-0047-GR BASIC HELICOPTER TRAINING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-TL-HG-0079-GR MAINTENANCE OFFICERS' HIGHER TECHNICAL SCHOOL
AR-TL-ME-0080-GR VEHICLE REPAIRER TRAINING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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AR-TL-ME-0081-GR
AR-TL-ME-0082-GR
AR-TL-ME-0083-GR
AR-LG-BA-0077-GR
AR-LG-BA-0078-GR
AR-LG-BA-0108-GR
AR-AR-AD-0097-GR
AR-AR-AD-0098-GR
AR-AR-AD-0099-GR
AR-AR-AD-0100-GR
AR-AR-AD-0101-GR

VEHICLE ELECTROTECHNICIAN TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . .


ARMORED VEHICLE REPAIRER TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ARMORED VEHICLE ELECTRO TECHNICIAN TRAINING . .
BASIC LOGISTICIANS COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AMMUNITION TECHNICIAN COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BASIC TRAINING AERIAL DELIVERY MISSIONS . . . . . . . .
EDUCATION IN BULGARIAN LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EDUCATION IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EDUCATION IN ARABIC LANGUAGE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EDUCATION IN ALBANIAN LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EDUCATION IN TURKISH LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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AR-IN--0012- HEAVY WEAPONS TRAINING (TOW ANTITANK SYSTEM) .
AR-IN--0013- MILAN ANTITANK SYSTEM OPERATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN--0014- M-30 4,2'' MORTAR SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN--0015- MORTAR PLATOON FORWARD OBSERVER . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-IN-ME-0107-EN TRAINING IN URBAN OPERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AM-AD-0035-EN LEO 2 HEL CREW ADVANCED OPERATIONAL SCHOOL. . .
AR-AM-BA-0032-EN LEO 2 HEL TANK COMMANDERS BASIC TRAINING . . . . . .
AR-AM-BA-0033-EN LEO 2 HEL GUNNERS LOADERS BASIC TRAINING . . . . .
AR-AM-BA-0034-EN LEO 2 HEL DRIVERS BASIC TRAINING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-AD-0021-EN PzH2000GR CREW ADVANCED OPERATIONAL SCHOOL. .
AR-AT-BA-0016-EN ARTILLERY COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEM (ACCS)
OPERATORS TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0017-EN FIELD ARTILLERY FIRE FINDER RADAR TPQ 36-37
OPERATORS TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0018-EN FIELD ARTILLERY FIRE FINDER RADAR ARTHUR
OPERATORS TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0019-EN ASRAD STINGER CREW OPERATIONAL COURSE. . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0020-EN PzH2000GR CREW BASIC OPERATIONAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0022-EN PzH2000GR DRIVING AND BASIC UNIT MAINTENANCE
SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-AT-BA-0023-EN FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0037-EN EOD C/IED TRAINING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0039-EN DEMINING TRAINING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0041-EN DEMINING SEMINAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-EN-BA-0043-EN TRAINING IN HANDLING OF NATURAL DISASTERS . . . . . .
AR-EN-ME-0103-EN FLOT BRIDGING TRAINING (RIBBON FLOAT BRIDGE). . .
AR-AV-AD-0050-EN HELICOPTER INSTRUCTOR PILOT TRAINING COURSE . .
AR-AV-BA-0048-EN BASIC HELICOPTER TRAINING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-TL-AD-0087-EN MLRS 2nd 3rd ECHELON MAINTENANCE TRAINING. . . . . .
AR-TL-AD-0088-EN HAWK ANTI AIRCRAFT SYSTEM 3rd - 4th ECHELON
MAINTENANCE TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-TL-AD-0089-EN TOW ANTITANK SYSTEM INTERMEDIATE LEVEL
MAINTENANCE TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-TL-AD-0090-EN MILAN ANTITANK SYSTEM UNIT LEVEL MAINTENANCE
TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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AR-TL-AD-0091-EN
AR-TL-ME-0084-EN
AR-TL-ME-0085-EN
AR-TL-ME-0086-EN
AR-LG-BA-0092-EN

M48A5 M60A1-A3 MAIN BATTLE TANKS FULL LEVEL


MAINTENANCE TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MEDIUM HELICOPTER REPAIRER TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . .
AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN TRAINING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AVIONIC MECHANIC TRAINING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BASIC TRAINING AERIAL DELIVERY MISSIONS . . . . . . . . .

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NV-NV-AC-0001-GR HELLENIC NAVAL ACADEMY (HNA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-AC-0002-GR REGULAR PETTY OFFICERS ACADEMY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-AC-0003-GR NAVAL COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0002-GR LARGE CALIBER GUNS (76/62 OTO MELARA). . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0003-GR OPERATION AND CONTROL OF RADAR LW
08 (BASIC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0004-GR LARGE CALIBER GUNS (20 mm RHEINMETALL) . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0005-GR LARGE CALIBER GUNS (5'' / 54 MK 45 MOD 2A) . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0006-GR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF
SURFACE RADAR DECCA 1226 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0007-GR LARGE CALIBER GUNS (20 mm OERLIKON) . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-BA-0010-GR MAIN ENGINES / GEARBOXES /
PROPELLER SHAFTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SN-BA-0002-GR NAVIGATION SIMULATION SYSTEM NTPro 4000 . . . . . . . . .
NV-SN-BA-0006-GR HELICOPTER UNTERWATER ESCAPE TRAINING
SCHOOL (HELO DUNKER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-AD-0001-GR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF STEERING
FIRING DDWCS AND SURFACE RADAR MW
08 SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-NV-AD-0003-GR MAINTENANCE OF RADAR LW 08 (ADVANCED) . . . . . . .
NV-SB-AD-0004-GR SUBMARINE ENGINEERING OFFICERS COURSE . . . . . . .
NV-SB-AD-0005-GR BASIC SUBMARINE PETTY OFFICERS COURSE . . . . . . . .
NV-MD-ME-0001-GR DIVING AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE COURSE . . . . . . . . .

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NV-SN-BA-0001-EN BASIC FIRE FIGHTING SCHOOL (FF-1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SN-BA-0002-EN NAVIGATION SIMULATION SYSTEM MISTRAL4000. . . . . . .
NV-SN-BA-0003-EN FIRE FIGHTING SCHOOL (FF-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SN-BA-0006-EN HELICOPTER UNTERWATER ESCAPE TRAINING
SCHOOL (HELO DUNKER) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SN-AD-0001-EN ADVANCE FIRE FIGHTING SCHOOL (FF-2) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SN-AD-0002-EN SUBMARINE WATCH OFFICER SIMULATOR
TRAINING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-MD-ME-0001-EN DIVING AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE COURSE . . . . . . . . .

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AIR FORCE COURSES IN GREEK


AF-AF-AC-0001-GR AIR FORCE ACADEMY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AC-0022-GR AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AC-0023-GR AIR FORCE SCHOOL FOR JUNIOR OFFICERS (AFS/JO) . .

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AF-AF-AC-0031-GR ADMINISTRATIVE NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS


ACADEMY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AF-AC-0032-GR TECHNICIAN NON COMMITIONED OFFICERS ACADEMY . .
AF-OR-BA-0024-GR ENGLISH LANGUAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-BA-0027-GR INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS (IS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-BA-0030-GR GROUND TRAINERS (GTS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0025-GR FLIGHT SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0026-GR ACCIDENT PREVENTION (APS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0028-GR TRAINING ADMINISTRATION (TAS ISD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0029-GR UMAN ERFORMANCE IN ILITARY AVIATION . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-BA-0001-GR COMAO PLANNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0005-GR FLIGHT LEADERSHIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0007-GR TEST PILOTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0009-GR WEAPONEERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0011-GR INSTRUMENT FLIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0019-GR FIGHTER WEAPONS SCHOOL HELICOPTERS vs
FIGHTERS FLIGHT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0021-GR FIGHTER WEAPONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0013-GR AIR TO GROUND OPERATIONS (AGOS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0045-GR WATER SURVIVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-OR-AD-0056-GR DISASTER RESPONSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-BA-0015-GR BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (NCOs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-BA-0064-GR BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (OFFICERS) . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-BA-0033-GR ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEM SUPPORT
PERSONNEL (BASIC COURSE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0003-GR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS GROUND CONTROL
APPROACH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0034-GR ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEM SUPPORT
PROGRAMMERS (ADVANCED COURSE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0035-GR FREQUENCY MANAGEMENT COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0036-GR PC MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0037-GR GCA RADAR MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS COURSE . . .
AF-TL-AD-0038-GR WIRED COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK /
INFRASTRUCTURE MAINTENANCE SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0039-GR SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0040-GR MUNITIONS STORAGE, MAINTENANCE AND
TRANSPORTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0041-GR EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL SCHOOL (EOD). . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0051-GR STRUCTURAL REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0053-GR N.D.I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0057-GR AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR I TECHNICAL . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0058-GR AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR II ASSESSOR . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0059-GR COMPOSITE MATERIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-TL-AD-0066-GR CALIBRATION TECHNICIANS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AIR FORCE COURSES IN ENGLISH
AF-AV--0002- COMAO PLANNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-AV-AD-0004-EN FLIGHT LEADERSHIP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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AF-AV-AD-0006-EN
AF-AV-AD-0008-EN
AF-AV-AD-0010-EN
AF-AV-AD-0018-EN
AF-AV-AD-0020-EN
AF-TL-BA-0014-EN
AF-TL-BA-0065-EN
AF-TL-AD-0042-EN
AF-TL-AD-0043-EN
AF-TL-AD-0044-EN
AF-TL-AD-0052-EN
AF-TL-AD-0054-EN
AF-TL-AD-0060-EN
AF-TL-AD-0061-EN
AF-TL-AD-0062-EN
AF-OR-AD-0012-EN
AF-OR-AD-0046-EN
AF-OR-AD-0063-EN
AF-MD-AD-0068-EN

TEST PILOTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269


WEAPONEERING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270
INSTRUMENT FLIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271
FIGHTER WEAPONS SCHOOL HELICOPTERS vs
FIGHTERS FLIGHT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272
FIGHTER WEAPONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273
BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (NCOs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275
BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (OFFICERS) . . . . . . . . . . . 276
SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 277
MUNITIONS STORAGE, MAINTENANCE AND
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TRANSPORTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL SCHOOL (EOD). . . . . 279
STRUCTURAL REPAIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 280
N.D.I. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR I TECHNICAL . . . . . 284
AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR II ASSESSOR . . . . . 285
COMPOSITE MATERIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286
AIR TO GROUND OPERATIONS (AGOS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 287
WATER SURVIVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 289
ACCIDENT PREVENTION (APS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 290
AVIATION PHYSIOLOGY (REFRESHER COURSE) . . . . . . . 291

SPECIAL FORCES COURSES IN GREEK


AR-SF-BA-0052-GR TECHNICAL CLIMBING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0054-GR INFLATED BOAT COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0056-GR RIGID INFLATED BOAT COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0058-GR BASIC PARACHUTE COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0060-GR PATHFINDERS COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0062-GR JUMP MASTER COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0064-GR RIGGERS COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0066-GR FREE FALL COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-AD-0068-GR ADVANCED FREE FALL COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0070-GR SNIPER COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-AD-0071-GR SPECIAL FORCES COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0072-GR SPECIAL FORCES BASIC COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0074-GR CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE COURSE (CQB) . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0075-GR PATROL PLANNING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0076-GR WINTER WARFARE COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0105-GR AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS SCHOOL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SF-BA-0001-GR BASIC UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TRAINING COURSE .
NV-SF-BA-0002-GR SCUBA DIVING / LIFEGUARD COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SF-BA-0003-GR FAST CRAFT CREW COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-SF-AD-0047-GR SURVIVAL EVESION RESISTANCE EXTRACTION . . .
AF-SF-AD-0050-GR SECURITY FORCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-SF-AD-0055-GR SCUBA DIVERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SPECIAL FORCES COURSES IN ENGLISH
AR-SF-BA-0051-EN TECHNICAL CLIMBING COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0053-EN INFLATED BOAT COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0055-EN RIGID INFLATED BOAT COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-BA-0057-EN BASIC PARACHUTE COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0059-EN PATHFINDERS COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0061-EN JUMP MASTER COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0063-EN RIGGERS COURSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0065-EN FREE FALL COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0069-EN SNIPER COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0073-EN CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE COURSE (CQB) . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-ME-0106-EN AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS SCHOOL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AR-SF-AD-0067-EN ADVANCED FREE FALL COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SF-BA-0001-EN BASIC UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TRAINING COURSE .
NV-SF-BA-0002-EN SCUBA DIVING / LIFEGUARD COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NV-SF-BA-0003-EN FAST CRAFT CREW COURSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AF-SF-AD-0048-EN SURVIVAL - EVESION - RESISTANCE - EXTRACTION. . . . .
AF-SF-AD-0049-EN SECURITY FORCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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OPS-MA-3110 N &
COURSE SERIES 1000: COMMAND TEAM MARITIME
OPS-MA-3120 M
INTERDICTION OPERATIONS (MIO) ISSUES .......................
OPS-MA-3210 N &
COURSE SERIES 2000: BOARDING TEAM THEORETICAL
OPS-MA-3220 M
ISSUES .....................................................................................
COURSE SERIES 3000: BOARDING TEAM PRACTICAL
OPS-MA-4310 N &
ISSUES .....................................................................................
OPS-MA-4320 M
OPS-MA-4410 N &
COURSE SERIES 4000: NAVAL UNIT FINAL TRAINING
OPS-MA-4420 M
TACTICAL EXERCISE (FTX) ...................................................
OPS-MA-2520 M
COURSE SERIES 5000: MARITIME OPERATIONAL
TERMINOLOGY COURSE MOTC ........................................
OPS-MA-4610 M
COURSE SERIES 6000: WEAPONS OF MASS
DESTRUCTION (WMD) IN MARITIME INTERDICTION
OPERATIONS (MIO) COURSE ..................................................
COURSE SERIES 7000: COUNTER PIRACY IN SUPPORT
OPS-MA-4710 N &
OF MIO .....................................................................................
OPS-MA-4720 M
OPS-MA-3807
COURSE SERIES 8000: CIEDs Considerations in Maritime
Force Protection .......................................................................
LGL-LG-3123
COURSE SERIES 9000: LEGAL ISSUES IN MARITIME
INTERDICTION OPERATIONS................................................
Pilot Course
COURSE SERIES 10000: MIO IN SUPPORT OF
(Under development) COUNTER ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT SEA ..........................
(Under development) COURSE SERIES 11000: AUTONOMOUS VESSEL
PROTECTION DETACHMENT TRAINING ..............................

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CHIEF of HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENCE GENERAL STAFF

Greece is in the middle of a rectangle that consists of the Balkans,


Middle East, North Africa and Caucasus. Greece also lies at the crossroads of the sea lines of communication spreading from North to South,
connecting the Black Sea and the
Indian Ocean with the North Atlantic
Ocean, through the Mediterranean
Sea.
The Hellenic Defence Policy
aims to safeguard the national integrity and sovereignty, protect national
vital interests, establish, maintain
and further promote Security and
Stability in the Hellenic periphery
and beyond, through participation in
initiatives to enhance Bilateral and
Multilateral cooperation and by contributing to international efforts concerning
Crisis Management, Peace Support Operations and Reconstruction & Stabilization initiatives as well.

Additionally, the main parameters of Hellenic National Defence Policy


(NDP) are driven by the need to confront the current and emerging threats and
risks against the country. Especially, NDP places emphasis on defence against
the so-called assymetric and hybrid threats such as international terrorism.
The Hellenic Armed Forces (HAF) are one of the strongest military powers

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in Europe. Despite the current nancial situation, Greece spends almost 2% of
its GDP for the Armed Forces, being among the 5 top countries within NATO and
EU, concerning defence expenses.
Historical reasons and the geostrategical position of Greece, call for HAF to
make great efforts concerning the military training of all the services and all ranks.
Students of military academies up to senior level ofcers, have to attend technical, tactical, staff and special courses as well.
Greece makes an effort to provide a series of all level courses, in the Greek
or the English language, to the military personnel all around the world, who feel
that training in Greece could help their improvement. I believe that it is widely understandable that few safety exemptions for some courses do exist due to NATO
or EU commitments.
It will be a great pleasure for the HAF personnel to offer their experience
trying to assist other military personnel, achieving thus a worldwide cooperation
and friendship. Besides, we simultaneously offer our exceptional climate conditions and our attractive historical or tourist sites, in conjunction with our famous
Hellenic Hospitality, known as loxenia.
General Michail Kostarakos
Chief of HNDGS

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT GREECE


Greece
General
Greece, its ofcial name being the Hellenic Republic and known since antiquity
as Hellas, is a democratic developed country in Southern Europe. According to
the 2011 census, the population of Greece is 10.815.197.
Modern Greece traces its roots to the civilization of Ancient Greece. Considered
the cradle of all Western civilizations, Greece is the birthplace of democracy,
Western philosophy, the Olympic Games, Western literature and historiography,
political science, major scientic and mathematical principles and the Western
drama including both tragedy and comedy. The cultural and technological
achievements of Greece inuenced greatly the world.

Greece is a founding member of the United Nations, it was the 10th country to join
the EU (former EEC European Economic Community) in 1981, the 12th to join the
European Economic and Monetary Union (Eurozone) in 2001 and is also a member of
numerous other international organizations, including NATO, the Council of Europe,
the Union for the Mediterranean, OECD, BSEC, OSCE, IMF and WTO.
Geography
Athens is the capital and the largest city. The second largest city is Thessaloniki.
Other prominent cities with urban populations above 100.000 include those of
Patras, Heraklion, Larissa, Volos, Rhodes, Ioannina, Chania and Chalcida.
Greece is in the middle of a rectangle consisting of the Balkans, Middle East,
North Africa and Caucasus. It also lies at the crossroads of the sea lines of
communication spreading from North to South, connecting the Black Sea and
the Indian Ocean with the North Atlantic Ocean, through the Mediterranean Sea.
The total area of Greece is 131.957 Km2, of which the land is 130.647 Km2 and
the lakes/ rivers is 1.310 Km2.
The land borders is 1.228 Km, of which 282 Km with Albania, 246 Km with
FYROM, 494 Km with Bulgaria and 206 Km with Turkey.
The Aegean Sea lies to the east of the mainland, the Ionian Sea to the west,
and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Greece has the longest coastline in the
Mediterranean Basin and the 20th longest coastline in the world at 13,676 km in
length, featuring a vast number of islands, more than 2.000.

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80% of Greece consists of mountains or hills, making the country one of the most
mountainous in Europe. Mount Olympus, the mythical residence of the Greek
Gods, culminates in Mytikas peak 2,917 m, the highest in the country. Western
Greece contains a number of lakes and wetlands and is dominated by the Pindus
mountain range. The Pindus, reaches a maximum elevation of 2,637 m at Mount
Smolikas (the second highest in Greece).

The spectacular Vikos Gorge at Pindus Range, the Samaria Gorge at Crete, the
Meteora rocks, where Greek Orthodox monasteries have been built, the Rhodope
range, the famous Dadia forest in the Evros area, are just some of the places with
not only great geographical or environmental but tourist ineterest as well.
Rare marine species such as the pinniped seals and the loggerhead sea turtle
(monachus monachus) live in the seas surrounding mainland Greece, while its
dense forests are home to the endangered brown bear, the lynx, the roe deer and
the wild goat.
The climate of Greece is primarily Mediterranean, featuring mild, wet winters and
hot, dry summers.

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History
The earliest evidence of the presence of human ancestors in the Balkans, is to
be found in the Petralona cave, in Macedonia area. All three stages of the stone
age (Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic) are represented in Greece. Neolithic
settlements in Greece, dating from the 7th millennium BC, are the oldest in
Europe.
Greece is home to the rst advanced civilizations in Europe and is considered the
birthplace of Western civilization, beginning with the Cycladic civilization on the
islands of the Aegean Sea at around 3200 BC, the Minoan civilization in Crete
(27001500 BC), and then the Mycenaean civilization on the mainland (1600
1100 BC). Last but not least, 776 BC, is the year of the rst Olympic Games.
In 508 BC, Cleisthenes instituted the worlds rst democratic system of government
in Athens.
Persia invaded Greece in 492 BC, but was forced to withdraw after a defeat at the
Battle of Marathon in 490 BC. he Battle of Marathon is often seen as a pivotal
moment in European history, since the following two hundred years the Classical
Greek civilization rised, which has been enduringly inuential in western society
and civilization. A second invasion by the Persians followed in 480 BC. Despite a
heroic resistance at Thermopylae by Spartans and other Greeks (the 300) led by
King Leonidas, Persian forces sacked Athens. Due to successive Greek victories
in 480 and 479 BC at Salamis, Plataea and Mycale, the Persians were forced to
withdraw for a second time.
Following the assassination of Phillip II, who was the rst to unify the Greek
states, his son Alexander III The Great, leading the Greek forces, launched
an invasion of the Persian Empire in 334 BC. Following Greek victories in the
battles of Granicus, Issus and Gaugamela, the Greeks marched on Susa and
Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of Persia, in 330 BC. The Empire created by
Alexander the Great extended from Greece in the west to Pakistan in the east,
and Egypt in the south.
Alexanders sudden death in 323 BC marked the collapse of the vast empire,
which was split into several kingdoms. Although the political unity of Alexanders
empire could not be maintained, it brought about the dominance of Hellenistic
civilization and the Greek language in the territories conquered by Alexander for
at least two centuries.
The history of the Byzantine Empire begins with the division of the single Roman
Empire by Emperor Diocletian in 286 AD and the Founding of Constantinople as
the capital of the Empire, by Constantine I in 330 AD. Its language and literary
culture was Greek and its religion was Eastern Orthodox Christian. The Byzantine
Empire in the east, following the fall of the Roman Empire in the west, lasted until
1453, when Ottomans occupied Constantinople.

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n 25 March 1821, the Greeks declared war on the Ottomans. The Peloponnesian
revolt was quickly followed by revolts in Crete, Macedonia and Central Greece.
Meanwhile, the Greek navy was achieving success against the Ottoman navy in
the Aegean Sea and prevented Ottoman reinforcements from arriving by sea. In
1822 and 1824 the Turks and Egyptians ravaged the islands, including Chios and
Psara, committing wholesale massacres of the population. This had the effect
of galvanizing public opinion in western Europe in favor of the Greek rebels.
Some of the historical places for this period were Agia Laura, Tripolis (Tripolitsa),
Mesollogi, Arkadi, Souli and well known leaders were Kolokotronis, Karaiskakis,
Mavromichalis and many others.
In 1827 Ioannis Kapodistrias, from Corfu, was chosen as the rst governor of
the new Republic. As a result of years of negotiation, the Greek state was nally
recognized under the London Protocol in 1830.
After the two Balkans Wars (1912, 1913) and the two World Wars (1914-1919,
1939-1945), Greece took its nal, as today, shape.
On 28 October 1940, Fascist Italy demanded the surrender of Greece, but the
Greek administration refused and in the following Greco-Italian War, Greece
repelled Italian forces into Albania, giving the Allies their rst victory over Axis
forces on land. The Greek struggle and victory against the Italians, followed by
the heroic resistance against the German armed forces at Rouppel (Metaxas
Line), offering the appropriate delay to the German campaign against Russia,
received exuberant praise at the time.

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Most prominent is the quote of Winston Churchill:
Hence we will not say that Greeks ght like heroes, but we will say that heroes
ght like Greeks.
French general Charles De Gaulle expressed his admiration for the heroic Greek
resistance:
In the name of the captured yet still alive French people, France wants to send
her greetings to the Greek people who are ghting for their freedom. The 25
March 1941 nds Greece in the peak of their heroic struggle and in the top of their
glory. Since the Battle of Salamis, Greece had not achieved the greatness and
the glory which today holds.

Adolf Hitler himself recognised the bravery and the courage of the Greek army,
stating in his address to the Reichstag on 11 December 1941 that:
Historical justice obliges me to state that of the enemies who took up positions
against us, the Greek soldier particularly fought with the highest courage. He
capitulated only when further resistance had become impossible and useless.
Greece was eventually occupied by the Nazis who proceeded to administer Athens
and Thessaloniki, while other regions of the country were given to Nazi Germanys
partners, Fascist Italy and Bulgaria. The occupation brought terrible hardships for
the Greek civilian population. Over 100.000 civilians died of starvation during the
winter of 1941 1942, tens of thousands more died because of reprisals by Nazis
and collaborators, the countrys economy was collapsed and the great majority of
Greek Jews were deported and murdered in Nazi concentration camps.
The Greek Resistance, one of the most effective resistance movements in
Europe, fought vehemently against the Nazis and their collaborators. The German
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occupiers committed series of atrocities, mass executions, wholesale slaughter
of civilians and destruction of towns and villages in Greece. The most infamous
examples are those of the village of Kommeno on 16 August 1943, where 317
inhabitants were executed and the village torched, the Holocaust of Viannos
on 14 16 September 1943, in which over 500 civilians from several villages in
the region of Viannos and Ierapetra in Crete were executed, the Massacre of
Kalavryta on 13 December 1943, in which Wehrmacht troops carried out the
extermination of the entire male population and the subsequent total destruction
of the town, the Distomo massacre on 10 June 1944, where units of the WaffenSS Polizei Division looted and burned the village of Distomo in Boeotia resulting
in the deaths of 218 civilians and the Holocaust of Kedros on 22 August 1944 in
Crete, where 164 civilians were executed and nine villages were dynamited after
being looted.

Military Security Forces


The Hellenic National Defence General Staff, which refers to the Ministry of
National Defence, oversees the Armed Forces and consists of three branches,
Army, Navy and Air Force. Furthermore, Greece maintains Police Force for law
enforcement and the Coast Guard for law enforcement in the sea and search and
rescue as well.
Greece has universal compulsory military service for males, while females (who
may serve in the military) are exempted from conscription. Conscript service
obligation is 9 months for the Army and 1 year for the Air Force and Navy.
Economy
Greece was a founding member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation
and Development (OECD) and the Organization of the Black Sea Economic
Cooperation (BSEC).

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Greece became the 10th member of the EU (former EEC European Economic
Community) in 1981 and the 12th of the European Economic and Monetary Union
(Eurozone) in 2000 and adopted the Euro () as its currency in 2001, replacing
the Greek drachma. Greece is also a member of the International Monetary Fund
(IMF) and the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Agriculture
In 2010, Greece was the European Unions largest producer of cotton (183.800
tons) and pistachios (8.000 tons) and ranked second in the production of rice
(229.500 tons) and olives (147.500 tons), third in the production of gs (11.000
tons) and almonds (44,000 tons), tomatoes (1.400.000 tons) and watermelons
(578.400 tons) and fourth in the production of tobacco (22.000 tons).
Agriculture contributes 3,8% of the countrys GDP and employs 12,4% of the
countrys labor force.
Maritime
Maritime is a key element of Greek economic activity dated back to ancient times.
It accounts for 4,5% of GDP, employs about 160.000 people (4% of the workforce),
and represents 30% of the countrys trade decit. The Greek merchant eet is
one of the largest in the world.
Tourism
An important percentage of Greeces national income comes from tourism.
Tourism funds 16% of the gross domestic products.
According to Eurostat statistics, Greece welcomed over 19,5 million tourists in
2009 and more than 21 million tourists are expected throughout 2015.
Transport
Since the 1980s, the road and rail network of Greece has been signicantly
modernized. Important works include the Egnatia Odos highway, that connects
northwestern Greece (Igoumenitsa) with northeastern Greece (Kipoi); and the
RioAntirrio bridge, the longest suspension cable bridge in Europe (2,250 m long),
connecting the Peloponnese Rio (7 km from Patras) with Antirrio in Western Greece.
Important projects that are currently underway include, the conversion of the
highway which connects Athens with Patras in the western Peloponnese, into a
modernised one throughout its length; upgrading unnished sections of highway
connecting Athens to Thessaloniki; and the construction of the Thessaloniki
Metro as well.

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The Athens Metropolitan Area is served by some of the most modern and efcient
transport infrastructure in Europe, such as the Athens International Airport
(Eleftherios Venizelos), the privately run Attiki Odos highway network (a ring to
Athens) and the expanded Athens Metro system.
Most of the Greek islands and many main cities of Greece are connected by
air. Maritime connections have been improved with modern high-speed craft,
including hydrofoils and catamarans.
Railway connections play a somewhat lesser role in Greece than in many other
European countries, but they have also been expanded, with new suburban/
commuter rail connections, serviced by Proastiakos around Athens, towards
airport, Kiato and Chalkida; around Thessaloniki, towards the cities of Larissa
and Edessa; and around Patras. A modern intercity rail connection between
Athens and Thessaloniki has also been established, while an upgrade to double
lines in many parts of the 2.500 km network is underway. International railway
lines connect Greek cities with the rest of Europe, the Balkans and Turkey.
Telecommunications
Modern digital information and communication networks reach all areas. There
are over 35.000 km of ber optics and an extensive open-wire network.
Broadband internet availability is widespread in Greece, counting at least 65% of
the population being internet users.
Mobile internet on 3G and 4GLTE cellphone networks and Wi-Fi connections
can be found almost everywhere, ranking Greece among the top countries with a
highly developed information and communications infrastructure.
Science and technology
The General Secretariat for Research and Technology of the Ministry of
Development is responsible for designing, implementing and supervising national
research and technological policy.
Because of its strategic location, qualied workforce and political and economic
stability, many multinational companies such as Microsoft and Coca-Cola
have their regional research and development headquarters in Greece.
Greece became the 16th member of the European Space Agency (ESA) in 2005.
Notable Greek scientists of modern times include Dimitrios Galanos, Georgios
Papanikolaou (inventor of the Pap test), Nicholas Negroponte (MIT), Constantin
Carathodory (known for the Carathodory theorems and Carathodory
conjecture), Manolis Andronikos (discovered the tomb of Philip II of Macedon in
Vergina), Michael Dertouzos, John Argyris, Panagiotis Kondylis, John Iliopoulos
(2007 Dirac Prize for his contributions on the physics of the charm quark, a major

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contribution to the birth of the Standard Model, the modern theory of Elementary
Particles), Joseph Sifakis (2007 Turing Award, the Nobel Prize of Computer
Science), Christos Papadimitriou (2002 Knuth Prize, 2012 Gdel Prize), Mihalis
Yannakakis (2005 Knuth Prize) and Dimitri Nanopoulos.
Migration
Throughout the 20th century, millions of Greeks migrated to the United States, United
Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and Germany, creating a thriving Greek diaspora.
Nowadays, Greece together with Italy and Spain, faces a large inux of immigrants
trying to enter the EU, violeting the law. The EU FRONTEX assists Greece to
overcome this serious problem.
Religion
The Greek Constitution recognizes Eastern Orthodoxy as the prevailing faith of
the country, while guaranteeing freedom of religious belief for all.
Education
Greeks have a long tradition of valuing and investing in paideia (education),
which was one of the highest societal values in the Greek and Hellenistic world.
Compulsory education in Greece comprises primary schools and gymnasium.
Children start primary school aged 6 and remain there for six years. Attendance
at gymnasium starts at age of 12 and lasts for three years.
Greeces post-compulsory secondary education consists of two school types: unied
upper secondary schools (Lykeio) and technicalvocational educational schools.
Public higher education consists of two parallel sectors: the University sector
(Universities, Polytechnics, the Open University) and the Technological sector
(Technological Education Institutions). The Capodistrian University of Athens is
the oldest university in the eastern Mediterranean.
The Greek education system provides special kindergartens, primary and
secondary schools for people with special needs or difculties in learning.
Specialist gymnasia and high schools offering musical, theological and physical
education also exist.
Health
Greece has universal health care.
In the 2000 World Health Organization report, its health care system ranked 14th
in overall performance of 191 countries surveyed.
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Life expectancy in Greece is 80,30 years and among the highest in the world.
The island of Icaria has the highest percentage of 90-year-olds in the world;
approximately 33% of the islanders make it to 90 (and beyond). Blue Zones
author Dan Buettner wrote an article in The New York Times about the longevity
of Icarians under the title The Island Where People Forget to Die.
Infant mortality is one of the lowest in the developed world, with a rate of 4,78
deaths per 1.000 live births. The same happens for the maternal mortality, with 3
deaths per 100.000 live births.
Culture
The culture of Greece has evolved over thousands of years, beginning in
Mycenaean Greece and continuing most notably into Classical Greece.
In ancient times, Greece was the birthplace of Western culture. Modern
democracies owe a debt to Greek beliefs in government by the people, trial by jury,
and equality under the law. The ancient Greeks pioneered in many elds that rely
on systematic thought, including biology, geometry, history, philosophy, physics
and mathematics. They introduced such important literary forms as epic and lyric
poetry, history, tragedy, and comedy. In their pursuit of order and proportion, the
Greeks created an ideal of beauty that strongly inuenced Western art.
Philosophy
Most western philosophical traditions began in Ancient Greece in the 6th century
BC. The rst philosophers are called Presocratics, which designates that they
came before Socrates, whose contributions mark a turning point in western thought.
A new period of philosophy started with Socrates. Like the Sophists, he rejected
entirely the physical speculations in which his predecessors had indulged, and
made the thoughts and opinions of people his starting-point.
Aspects of Socrates were rst united from Plato, who also combined with them
many of the principles established by earlier philosophers, and developed the
whole of this material into the unity of a comprehensive system.
Aristotle of Stagira (Alexanders the Great instructor), the most important disciple
of Plato, shared with his teacher the title of the greatest philosopher of antiquity.
But while Plato had sought to elucidate and explain things from the supra-sensual
standpoint of the forms, his pupil preferred to start from the facts given us by
experience.
Except from these three most signicant Greek philosophers other known schools
of Greek philosophy from other founders during ancient times were Stoicism,
epicureanism, Skepticism and Neoplatonism.

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Literature
Greek literature can be divided into three main categories: Ancient, Byzantine
and modern Greek literature.
The Iliad and the Odyssey, the foundational texts of Western literature, are
believed to have been composed by Homer in the 8th or 7th centuries BC.
In the classical period many of the genres of western literature became
more prominent. Lyrical poetry, odes, pastorals, elegies, epigrams; dramatic
presentations of comedy and tragedy; historiography, rhetorical treatises,
philosophical dialectics, and philosophical treatises all arose in this period. The
two major lyrical poets were Sappho and Pindar. The Classical era also saw the
dawn of drama.
Of the hundreds of tragedies written and performed during the classical age, only
a limited number of plays by three authors have survived: those of Aeschylus,
Sophocles, and Euripides. The surviving plays by Aristophanes are also a
treasure trove of comic presentation, while Herodotus and Thucydides are two of
the most inuential historians in this period. The greatest prose achievement of
the 4th century was in philosophy with the works of the three great philosophers.
Leading literary gures of modern Greece include Dionysios Solomos, Andreas
Kalvos, Angelos Sikelianos, Emmanuel Rhoides, Kostis Palamas, Penelope
Delta, Yannis Ritsos, Alexandros Papadiamantis, Nikos Kazantzakis, Andreas
Embeirikos, Kostas Karyotakis, Gregorios Xenopoulos, Constantine P. Cavafy,
and Demetrius Vikelas.
Two Greek authors have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature: George
Seferis in 1963 and Odysseas Elytis in 1979.
Cuisine
Greek cuisine is characteristic of the healthy Mediterranean diet, which is
epitomized by dishes of Crete.
Greek cuisine incorporates fresh ingredients into a variety of local dishes such as
moussaka, stifado, Greek salad, fasolada, spanakopita and souvlaki.
Throughout Greece, people often enjoy eating from small dishes such as meze
with various dips such as tzatziki, grilled octopus and small sh, feta cheese,
dolmades (rice, currants and pine kernels wrapped in vine leaves), various pulses,
olives and cheese. Olive oil is added to almost every dish.
Sweet desserts such as galaktoboureko, and drinks such as ouzo, metaxa and a
variety of wines including retsina.

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Music and dances
Greek vocal music extends far back into ancient times where mixed-gender
choruses performed for entertainment, celebration and spiritual reasons.
Instruments during that period included the double-reed aulos and the plucked
string instrument, the lyre, especially the special kind called a kithara. Music
played an important role in the education system during ancient times.
In the 20th century, Greek composers have had a signicant impact on the
development of avant garde and modern classical music, with gures such as
Iannis Xenakis, Nikos Skalkottas, and Dimitri Mitropoulos achieving international
prominence.
At the same time, composers and musicians such as Mikis Theodorakis, Manos
Hatzidakis, Vangelis and Demis Roussos garnered an international following for
their music, which include famous lm scores such as Zorba the Greek, Serpico,
Never on Sunday, America America, Eternity and a Day, Chariots of Fire, among
others.
Greek American composers known for their lm scores include Yanni and Basil
Poledouris. Notable Greek opera singers and classical musicians of the 20th and
21st century include Maria Callas, Nana Mouskouri, Mario Frangoulis, Leonidas
Kavakos, Dimitris Sgouros and others.
Sports
Greece is the birthplace of the ancient Olympic Games, rst recorded in 776 BC
in Olympia, and hosted the modern Olympic Games twice, the inaugural 1896
Summer Olympics and the 2004 Summer Olympics. During the parade of nations
Greece is always called rst, as the founding nation of the ancient precursor of
modern Olympics.
Mythology
The numerous gods of the ancient Greek religion as well Zeus was the King
of the ancient Greek dodekatheon as the mythical heroes and events of the
ancient Greek epics and other pieces of art and literature from the time make
up what is nowadays colloquially referred to as Greek mythology. Apart from
serving a religious function, the mythology of the ancient Greek world also served
a cosmological role as it was meant to try to explain how the world was formed
and operated.
The principal gods of the ancient Greek religion were the Dodekatheon, or the
Twelve Gods, who lived on the top of Mount Olympus. The most important of all
ancient Greek gods was Zeus, the king of the gods, who was married to Hera,
who was also Zeuss sister. The other Greek gods that made up the Twelve
Olympians were Demeter, Hades, Ares, Poseidon, Athena, Dionysus, Apollo,

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Artemis, Aphrodite, Hephaestus and Hermes. Apart from these twelve gods,
Greeks also had a variety of other mystical beliefs, such as nymphs and other
magical creatures.
Public holidays and festivals
According to the Greek Law, the following days considered to be Public Holidays:
January 1 (New Years Day),
March 25 (Greek Independence Day),
Good Monday (usually in February),
Epitaphios (Holy Friday), Holy Saturday, Easter Day and the day after
(Easter Monday) (April or May),
May 1 (Labour Day),
August 15 (Assumption or Dormition of the Holy Virgin),
October 28 (Ochi Day),
December 25 (Christmas) and December 26.
There are also some local holidays.
Notable festivals include Patras Carnival, Athens Festival and various local
festivals.

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Participation
Military personnel from all the countries worldwide is eligible for attending the courses. Restrictions
may occur in some NATO related courses.
Enrolment
An application should be send either to the Greek Attache accredited to the country which wants
to participate or through the respective Attache accredited to Greece to the appropriate Hellenic
Authority.
Ranks
The listed ranks in the whole catalogue, follow the NATO STANAG 2116 Edition 6/2010 NATO
CODES FOR GRADES OF MILITARY PERSONNEL.
According to the STANAG, ofcer and other ranks will be identied by a NATO code witin the
following grades:
Ofcers:
OF-1 to OF-10
Other ranks:
OR-1 to OR-9
Warrant Ofcers:
W1 to W5
OR-5 to OR-9 inclusive are considered Non-Commissioned Ofcers.
Language
Greece offers courses in both Greek or English language.
In the catalogue that follows, there exists the language and the appropriate level. It confronts with
the NATO STANAG 6001 Edition 4/2010 LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY LEVELS.
According to the STANAG, language prociency proles will be recorded using a sequence of 4
digits, to represent the four language skill areas:
Skill L for Listening
Skill S for Speaking
Skill R for Reading
Skill W for Writing
The language prociency skills are broken into six levels coded 0 through 5, dened as follows:
Level 0 No prociency
Level 1 Survival
Level 2 Functional
Level 3 Professional
Level 4 Expert
Level 5 Highly-articulate native
The four-digit number is preceded by the code letters SLP to indicate that the prole shown is the
Standardised Language Prole.
For example, Greek/SLP 2221 means that:
the language is Greek
the level is
2 for Listening (Functional)
2 for Speaking (Functional)
2 for Reading (Functional)
1 for Writing (Survival)
Greece will not ask for a proof of language level, which is the applicants responsibility. In case of
lower that the appropriate language level, there is the risk for failure in the course.

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Greece allows in some courses a translator, at the applicants chose and cost.
There is an exemption for participation in Military Academies as described in the relevant courses.
Physical Condition
There exist obligatory physical condition restrictions for some courses. It is the applicants
responsibility to fullll them. In case of failure, they will not be allowed to continue the course.
Cost
The cost is considerable low and will be discussed with the potential participant country at a
bilateral basis.
Attending a course
Attendees should be present during the course, according to the course schedule. There exists a
limit of absence which leads to a failure in the course.
Religious, customs etc
Greece is a totally free country which fully respects all the religious, allowing participants to follow
their respective obligations, traditions or customs, under the strict assumption of respecting the
Hellenic Law.
Medical Support
Greece offers full medical support through its defense medical servises (military hospitals etc).
Administrative matters
Travel to Greece and return back home, is at the participants cost.
In some cases a visa is needed. The ofcial site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs www.mfa.gr
provides all the necessary information.
Uniform is obligatory in all the courses, following to the countries regulations, with the exemption
of Military Academies.
When not in the scheduled work time, non uniform is allowed. Students of the Military Academies
follow the respective rules.
Administrative matters which might be arosen, could be solved through the respective Attache.
Public holidays
According to the Greek Law, the following days considered to be Public Holidays:

January 1 (New Years Day),


March 25 (Greek Independence Day),
Good Monday (usually in February),
Epitaphios (Holy Friday), Holy Saturday, Easter Day and the day after (Easter Monday
(April or May),
May 1 (Labour Day),
August 15 (Assumption or Dormition of the Holy Virgin),
October 28 (Ochi Day),
December 25 (Christmas) and December 26.

There are also some local holidays.

JOINT COURSES
in
GREEK

J OINT

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENCE COLLEGE


CODE JN-JN-HG-0001-GR
BRANCH

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENCE


GENERAL STAFF
TYPE
JN
AIM
The mission of HNDC is to educate and
train Ofcers of the Armed Forces, the
Security Bodies, the Fire Brigade and
the Coast Guard, as well as employees
of Ministries, Organizations and public or
private law companies, in order fro them
to become capable of handling National
Defence issues in the eld of their
responsibilities. Moreover, the College
functions as scientic body in the Armed
Forces area on issues of Defence Policy
and National Strategy.
SCHOOL
Defence College
LOCATION
Athens
DURATION
9 months
FREQUENCY 1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OF-4, OF-5
68
Greek/ SLP 3333
The war and the state: the use
of force
Theoretical aspects of strategy
Factors of stage power- High
strategy
Applied strategy of national of
national security: (exercise on
crisis management

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Graduation from
Army/Navy Air
Command and Staff
College or equivalent
MISCELLANEOUS The educational
program includes
trips and visits

ATHENS

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SUPREME JOINT WAR COLLEGE


CODE JN-JN-HG-0002-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
OPERATIONAL LEVEL
To provide to senior ofcers of the three
Armed services with common skills at the
operational and strategic level as well as
knowledge on key geopolitical issues. The
main objective is to educate these senior
ofcers in the planning and execution of
joint and multinational operations, in order
to instil a primary commitment to joint
teamwork, attitudes and perspectives.
War College
Thessaloniki
10 months
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OF3-OF4
Max 250
Greek/SLP 3333
Operational Planning
Conduct of Joint Operations
Strategy and National Security
Leadership and Management

For Greek students:


Outstanding performance records during their 15 to 22 years service
career to date
Adequate experience in various assignments required for their rank
Graduation from the perspective Staff Ofcers School (Army, Navy and
Air Force), with graduate degree of 75% and above
Fullment of the necessary requirements, in accordance with the
current legislation, concerning essential qualications for promotions
For foreign students according to the existing policy and mutual agreement
among the countries and the HNDGS.

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MISCELLANEOUS The desired end state is all


the students to receive adequate knowledge in order to
be highly qualied Joint Staff
ofcers capable to operate in
a multinational environment

THESSALONIKH

CODE JN-MD-AC-0001-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
To provide combined military and scientic education for future medical ofcers
(Doctors)
Combat Support Ofcers Military Academy
Thessaloniki
6 years
Yearly

J OINT

COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY


MEDICAL DEPARTMENT

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10%


of native cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
Greek Language lesCONTENTS
sons
Full Curriculum of the
University of Thessaloniki
Medical School
Military
Education
Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports and Recreation
Activities

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

THESSALONIKH

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DENTIST DEPARTMENT
CODE JN-MD-AC-0002-GR
BRANCH

TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL
STAFF
ACADEMIC
To
provide
combined
military
and
scientic
education for future medical
ofcers (Dentists)
Combat Support Ofcers
Military Academy
Thessaloniki
5 years
Yearly

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10% of native


cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/ SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Greek Language lessons
Full Curriculum of the University
of Thessaloniki Dentist School
Military Education Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports
and Recreation Activities

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

J OINT

THESSALONIKH

CODE JN-MD-AC-0003-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
To provide combined military and
scientic education for future medical
ofcers (Veterinarians)
Combat Support Ofcers Military
Academy
Thessaloniki
5 years
Yearly

J OINT

COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY


VETERINARY DEPARTMENT

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10% of native


cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Greek Language lessons
Full Curriculum of the University
of
Thessaloniki
Veterinary
School
Military Education Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports
and Recreation Activities
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

THESSALONIKH

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COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY


PHARMACIST DEPARTMENT
CODE JN-MD-AC-0004-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL
DEFENCE GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
To provide combined military
and scientic education for future
medical ofcers (Pharmacists)
Combat Support Ofcers Military
Academy
Thessaloniki
5 years
Yearly

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10% of native


cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Greek Language lessons
Full Curriculum of the University
of Thessaloniki Pharmaceutical
School
Military Education Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports
and Recreation Activities
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

J OINT

THESSALONIKH

CODE JN-MD-AC-0005-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
To provide combined military and
scientic education for future medical
ofcers (Psychologists)
Combat Support Ofcers Military
Academy
Thessaloniki
4 years
Yearly

J OINT

COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY


PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10% of native


cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Greek Language lessons
Full Curriculum of the University
of Thessaloniki Pharmaceutical
School
Military Education Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports
and Recreation Activities

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

THESSALONIKH

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MILITARY NURSING ACADEMY


CODE JN-MD-AC-0006-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
MEDICAL
The military Nursing Academy Degree
Military Nursing Academy
Athens
4 years
Yearly

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Depending on Hellenic National


Defence General Staff annual
guidelines
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Theory and clinical training in
Athens Kapodistrian University
Military Training
Foreign Languges
General Interest courses

J OINT

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Completion of secondary education (at the age of eighteen)


Previously Selected by their countries
Free military and academic training
Free staying and clothing

ATHENS

CODE JN-LG-AC-0001-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
To provide combined military and
scientic education for future nancial
ofcers
Combat Support Ofcers Military
Academy
Thessaloniki
4 years
Yearly

J OINT

COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY


FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10% of native


cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Greek Language lessons
Full Curriculum of the University
of Thessaloniki School of
Economics
Military Education Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports
and Recreation Activities

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

THESSALONIKH

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COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICERS MILITARY ACADEMY


RECRUITING - ADVOCATE DEPARTMENT
CODE JN-OT-AC-0001-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
To provide combined military and
scientic education for future Recruiting/
Advocate ofcers
Combat Support Ofcers Military
Academy
Thessaloniki
4 years
Yearly

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Max not to exceed 10% of native


cadets
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Greek Language lessons
Full Curriculum of the University
of Thessaloniki School of
Economics
Military Education Lectures
Military Training
Miscellaneous Cultural, Sports
and Recreation Activities

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Military Fitness

J OINT

THESSALONIKH

CODE JN-SN-BA-0001-GR
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
SIMULATION COURSE
To provide the ability to plan, organize
and execute a CAX.
Modelling and Simulation Center
Athens
5 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

J OINT

METHODOLOGY OF PLANNING, ORGANIZING AND


EXECUTING CAX

OF-3 to OF-5
5
20
Greek / SLP 3332
Introduction to CAX
CAX Planning Procedures.
CAX Executing Procedures.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

Depending on the overall number of trainees meals and accommodation


may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

ATHENS

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CAX SCENARIO DATA BASE PREPARATION & BUILDING


CAX SUPPORTING TOOLS
CODE

JN-SN-BA-0002-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL COURSE
To provide the ability to prepare and
populate a scenario Data Base
Modelling and Simulation Center
Athens
5 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

J OINT

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OF-2 and Civilians


5
20
Greek / SLP 3332
Scenario Building
MEL/MIL Database Building
Procedures
Data
Base
Requirements,
Preparation, Building Procedures.
CAX Support Processes and
Tools.

Knowledge of Military terminology

Depending on the overall number of trainees meals and accommodation


may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

ATHENS

J OINT

MODELLING AND SIMULATION


CODE

JN-SN-BA-0003-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
SIMULATION COURSE
To provide the ability to understand
Modelling and Simulation procedures.
Modelling and Simulation Center
Athens
15 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-3 to OF-5
5
20
Greek / SLP 3332
Statistics and Probability.
Pseudo-random Number Generation and Realization of
Random Variables.
Static and Dynamic Simulation.
Phases in Simulation.

Basic Knowledge of Operational Research issues.

Depending on the overall number of trainees meals and accommodation


may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

ATHENS

61

62

ARMED FORCES CBRN SCHOOL


CODE

AR-JN-AD-0096-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL & THEORETICAL SCHOOL
To provide basic education in order to
enable participation in CRBN Operating
Teams
JointSchool
Chaidari
2 Weeks
3 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

J OINT

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-1
8
10
Greek/SLP 3333
Description of CRBN Threats
CRBN Operations Procedures
CRBN Protective Equipment
Practical Training
CRBN Reports
Also, education in all elds of
CRBN Defence.

Capable of participating in CRBN Operating Teams.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the JointSchool,


accommodation may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.
These facilities are provided from Signals School. Meals are not
provided.

ATHENS

CODE

AF-JN-AD-0017-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL


STAFF
JOINT
Academic training in EW systems of
all the rmed Forces (Army-Navy-Air
Force).
Exercise in planning and execution of
EW joint operations.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
5 weeks
Once a year

J OINT

JOINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE

RANK
OF-2 to OF-5 or OR-7 and above
MIN MAX QUOTA 15 to 25
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333

CONTENTS

ACADEMIC TRAINING
PRACTICAL TRAINING
(4 WEEKS)
(1 WEEK)
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
EXECUTION OF JOINT
RADAR
EW OPERATIONS
COMMUNICATION
ESM
ECM
EPM
ELECTRO-OPTICS
ADVANCED TOPICS
ARMY EW CAPABILITIES
NAVY EW CAPABILITIES
AIR FORCE EW CAPABILITIES
JOINT EW OPERATIONS
PLANNING
JOINT
EW
OPERATIONS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Graduate from the Hellenic Air Force Basic Electronic Warfare Course
or similar.
Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
software presentations (e.g., PPT presentations).

MISCELLANEOUS

Accommodation,
food - drink and
transportation
expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.
ANDRAVIDA

63

JOINT COURSES
in
ENGLISH

CODE

JN-JN-HG-0001-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
JN
To educate and train Ofcers of the
Armed Forces, in order to become capable of handling National Defence issues
in the eld of their responsibilities, as
well as to develop their knowledge more
deeply in areas regarding strategy, history, politics and economics
Defence College
Athens
12 weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

J OINT

SENIOR COURSE ON DEFENCE STUDIES: FACTS AND


ANALYSIS OF STRATEGIC THOUGHT AND LEADERSHIP

OF-5
15-20
English/SLP 3333
Strategy, Military, Theory and
Geopolitics
Weapon Systems
Strategy
and
International
Relations
International Environment
Economics
Crisis Management and Games

Graduation from Army/Navy Air Command and Staff College or


equivalent

ATHENS

67

68

SUPREME JOINT WAR COLLEGE


CODE

JN-JN-HG-0002-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
OPERATIONAL
To study, from the Hellenic perspective,
the principles, planning and conduct of
joint operations in an integrated setting
and at the operational level.
Course (IJOPC)
Thessaloniki
4 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

J OINT

MISCELLANEOUS

OF3-OF4
12 20
English/SLP 3333
Joint Operations Planning Process- an Introduction
Operations Planning Tools Joint
Intelligence Preparation of the
Operational Environment- An Introduction
Mission Analysis and Mission
Analysis Brieng (MAB)
Development of Friendly Courses of Action (COAs)
Wargaming
Decision Brieng
CONOPS Development
OPLAN Development
The lectures are supported by
case studies and reinforced by a
practical exercise

Students must have basic level computer skills in the Microsoft Ofce
package
This course is suitable for
ofcers serving in Joint
Operations Level Headquarters, who require a
broad knowledge of the
principles and application
of the Joint Operational
Planning process. The
course is open to all international partners
The course is mostly
practitioner based

THESSALONIKH

CODE JN-SN-BA-0001-EN
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
SIMULATION COURSE
To provide the ability to plan, organize
and execute a CAX.
Modelling and Simulation Center
Athens
5 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

J OINT

METHODOLOGY OF PLANNING, ORGANIZING AND


EXECUTING CAX

OF-3 to OF-5
5
20
English / SLP 3333
Introduction to CAX
CAX Planning Procedures.
CAX Executing Procedures.

Depending on the overall number of trainees meals and accommodation


may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

ATHENS

69

70

CAX SCENARIO DATA BASE PREPARATION & BUILDING


CAX SUPPORTING TOOLS
CODE

JN-SN-BA-0002-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL COURSE
To provide the ability to prepare and
populate a scenario Data Base
Modelling and Simulation Center
Athens
5 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

J OINT

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OF-2 and Civilians


5
20
English / SLP 3333
Scenario Building
MEL/MIL Database Building
Procedures
Data Base Requirements,
Preparation, Building
Procedures.
CAX Support Processes and
Tools.

Knowledge of Military terminology

Depending on the overall number of trainees meals and accommodation


may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

ATHENS

J OINT

MODELLING AND SIMULATION


CODE

JN-SN-BA-0003-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
SIMULATION COURSE
To provide the ability to understand
Modelling and Simulation procedures.
Modelling and Simulation Center
Athens
15 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-3 to OF-5
5
20
English / SLP 3333
Statistics and Probability.
Pseudo-random
Number
Generation and Realization of
Random Variables.
Static and Dynamic Simulation.
Phases in Simulation.

Basic Knowledge of Operational Research issues.

Depending on the overall number of trainees meals and accommodation


may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

ATHENS

71

72

BASIC ANALYST COURCE (BAC)


CODE JN-IL-BA-0001-EN
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
JOINT STRATEGIC
To provide a basic knowledge of the
Analysis context (Theoretical and
Practical training)
HELLENIC JOINT INTELLIGENCE
Athens
2 weeks
1 PER SEMESTER (1ST MAY, 2ND
OCTOBER)

RANK

OF-1 TO OF-4,
Civilian Intelligence Personnel
MIN MAX QUOTA 10-12
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
The Human Mental Mechanism
- Intelligence and Knowledge Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Thinking (critical
- creative) - Argumentation Reasoning
Analytic Techniques
Analysis of Choice

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

J OINT

Professional knowledge of the English language


Minimal Intelligence experience
A copy of biographic information
Classication level: Unclassied
Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost
Educational visits to Archaeological sites
Mini cruise (weekend) at the islands, with additional cost

ATHENS

CODE JN-JN-ME-0001-EN
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO SELECTED
To provide students with a working
knowledge of NATOs PA policy,
responsibilities, procedures and duties of
a PAO
Multinational Peace Support Operations
Basic Affair Ofcers Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
2 weeks
2 per year

J OINT

BASIC PUBLIC AFFAIR OFFICERS COURSE

RANK

OF-1 up to OF-5 Civilians of


equivalent work
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
CONTENTS
Media environment
Legal Aspects
Interview training
PAOs experiences
NATO Strategic communication
PA exercise

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

No basic entry standards required


none

KILKIS

73

74

OPERATION BASIC COURSE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

JN-JN-ME-0002-EN
HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO ACCREDITED
To prepare ofcers for assignment as
Platoon Leaders for the conduct of PSO
led by NATO or other regional security
organizations
Multinational Peace Support Operations
Basic Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
2 weeks
1 per year

RANK

OF-1 up to OF-3 Civilians of


equivalent work
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
CONTENTS
Hostage survival
Negotiation- Mediation
Mine awareness
Check point duties
Observation Post duties
Use of Force

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

No basic entry standards required


none

J OINT

KILKIS

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

JN-JN-ME-0003-EN
HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO ACCREDITED
To prepare ofcers for assignment as
Military Observers in PSOs
United Nations Military Observers
Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
3 weeks
1 per year

J OINT

UNITED NATIONS MILITARY OBSERVERS COURSE

RANK

OF-1 up to OF-4 Civilians of


equivalent work
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
CONTENTS
Negotiation- Mediation
Mine awareness
Self protection
Patroling
Coordination with NGOs
Investigation

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

No basic entry standards required


none

KILKIS

75

76

INFLUENCE OPERATIONS
IN MULTINATIONAL ENVIRONMENT COURSE
CODE

JN-JN-ME-0004-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO ACCREDITED
To provide the participants with necessary
knowledge and skills in order to accent
communications, to affect attitudes and
behaviors
Inuence Operations in Multinational
Environment Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
1 week
1 per year

RANK

OF-1 up to OF-5 Civilians of


equivalent work
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
CONTENTS
Information Operations
Inuence Operations
vElectronic Warfare
Cyberwar Operations
Role of Media
Target Audience Analysis

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

No basic entry standards required


none

J OINT

KILKIS

CODE

JN-JN-ME-0005-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO ACCREDITED
To familiarize ofcers and NCOs to be
capable of establishing, organizing,
manning equipping and training units
for the conduct of PSOs led by NATO or
other regional security organizations
Sea Land Border Security and Refugees/
Arms/Dual use Goods control Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
1 week
1 per year

J OINT

SEA LAND BORDER SECURITY AND REFUGEES/


ARMS/DUAL USE GOODS CONTROL COURSE

RANK

OR-3 up to OR-9, OF-1 up to OF-3


Civilians of equivalent work
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
CONTENTS
OSCE doctrine
Use of force
Human rights
Use of bomb/drug Dogs
Coast guard duties
UNHCR

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

No basic entry standards required


none

KILKIS

77

78

MULTINATIONAL CIMIC FIELD WORKERS BASIC COURSE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

JN-JN-ME-0006-EN
HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO LISTED
To provide eld workers and improve
the knowledge and skills of military and
civilian personnel regarding civil military
cooperation and the civil dimension
Multinational CIMIC Field Workers Basic
Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
2 weeks
1 per year

RANK

OR-6 up to OR-9, OF-1 up to OF-3


Civilians of equivalent work
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
CONTENTS
Media
Meetings
CIMIC Center
IOs- NGOs
Negotiation- Mediation
Background of CIMIC

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

No basic entry standards required


none

J OINT

KILKIS

J OINT

CULTURAL AWARENESS COURSE


CODE

JN-JN-ME-0007-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC
NATIONAL
DEFENCE
GENERAL STAFF
NATO LISTED
To provide the participants with necessary
cultural values and perspectives all over
the world as well as acquaintance with
religious matters and gender issues
Cultural Awareness Course
Kristoni, Kilkis
1 week
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-2 up to OF-3 Civilians of


equivalent work
Up to 35
English/SLP 3232
Cultural Awareness
Arad World
Overview of Islam
Gender issues
Dos and donts
Religious of the world

No basic entry standards required


none

KILKIS

79

80

JOINT ELECTRONIC WARFARE


CODE

AF-JN-AD-0017-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL


STAFF
JOINT
Academic training in EW systems of
all the rmed Forces (Army-Navy-Air
Force).
Exercise in planning and execution of
EW joint operations.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
5 weeks
Once a year
RANK
OF-2 to OF-5 or OR-7 and above
MIN MAX QUOTA 15 to 25
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333

CONTENTS

J OINT

ACADEMIC TRAINING
PRACTICAL TRAINING
(4 WEEKS)
(1 WEEK)
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
EXECUTION OF JOINT
RADAR
EW OPERATIONS
COMMUNICATION
ESM
ECM
EPM
ELECTRO-OPTICS
ADVANCED TOPICS
ARMY EW CAPABILITIES
NAVY EW CAPABILITIES
AIR FORCE EW CAPABILITIES
JOINT EW OPERATIONS
PLANNING
JOINT
EW
OPERATIONS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Graduate from the Hellenic Air Force Basic Electronic Warfare Course
or similar.
Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
software presentations (e.g., PPT presentations).

MISCELLANEOUS

Accommodation, food drink and transportation


expenses are to be paid
by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

ARMY COURSES
in
GREEK

81

A RMY

HELLENIC MILITARY ACADEMY


(BACHELOR IN MILITARY SCIENCE)
CODE

AR-AR-AC-0093-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC EDUCATION-MILITARY
EDUCATION
1. A good command of Greek language
and strengthen their physics and
mathematics background (pre training).
2. Platoon leader commanders and
Army course trainers
Hellenic Military Academy
Vari, Athens
42 weeks (pre training), 4 years
(Bachelor)
Yearly

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 15 (for pre-training)
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English /SLP 2222 (for pre-training) or
French/SLP 2222 (for pre-training) or
Russian/ SLP 2222 (for pre-training)
and Greek/SLP 4444 (for Bachelor)
CONTENTS
Greek language
Mathematics for pre-training
Physics
According to the curriculum for
the Bachelor
Pre-training (1 year),
Academic-Military Education (4 years)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

High school graduates


According to international arrangements
Accommodation, food and health insurance provided by Hellenic
Military Academy.

ATHENS

83

84

NCO EDUCATION (ACADEMIC - MILITARY)


CODE

AR-AR-AC-0094-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
To provide future NCOs' with the
ability to respond to the requirements
of modern Armed Forces and operate
in international and European military
environment.
Hellenic Army NCOs' Academy
Trikala, GREECE
2 years (4 semesters)
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Cadet
5
6
Greek/SLP 3333
Military Spirit
General Professional Training
Military Professional Training
General Education
Social Education
Physical Training

Gender:
Male or Female.
Age:
Below 21 years at the time of the entry.
General Health: Healthy and able-bodied.
Graduates/Languages:
2nd Grade Education (or higher) with indicator
of behavior APPROPRIATE or better.
B2 English Language Certicate (EU Certied)
Never condemned for any crime or imprisoned for any reason (incl.
international crimes).
No trials pending against him/her.
Never expelled from any Military Academy for health or behavior
reasons in the past.
Never condemned for political crimes (incl. terrorism and resistance
against law & order).

MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

TRIKALA

86

ADVANCED MILITARY TRAINING (THEORITICAL)


CODE

AR-AR-AC-0095 GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to trainees to
command Military Units and operate
as staff ofcers in Brigade and Division
level.
Hellenic Army Command and Staff
College
Thessaloniki
24 Weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-2 to OF-3
70
100
Greek/SLP 3333
Theoretical Training
Exercises
Seminars
Staff Operating procedures

Capable of operating as a Company commander and a Unit Staff Ofcer.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the School, meals and


accommodation may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

A RMY

THESSALONIKH

A RMY

BASIC ANALYST COURSE (BAC)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN-AD-0001-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TACTICAL OPERATION SCHOOL
To provide tactical and operation
knowledge to command a company.
Infantry School
Chalkida
12 Weeks
3 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-3
10
Greek/SLP 3333
Tactical School
Management and Leadership
Operation at modern Warfare
War Game JANUS

Capable of management, tactics and operating abilities.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Infantry School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

87

88

BASIC 2ND LIEUTENANT TRAINING SCHOOL


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN-BA-0002-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
BASIC TACTICAL, OPERATION AND
MANAGEMENT SCHOOL.
To provide management, tactical and
operation knowledge to lead a platoon.
Infantry School
Chalkida
50 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Military Weapons
Tactical School
Management and Leadership
Operation at modern Warfare
War Game JANUS

Capable of management, tactics and operating abilities.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Infantry School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

A RMY

WARRANT OFFICER TRAINING SCHOOL


CODE

AR-IN-BA-0003-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


BASIC TACTICAL, OPERATION AND
MANAGEMENT SCHOOL
To provide management, tactical and
operation knowledge to command a
squadron or a company.
Infantry School
Chalkida
8 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Military Weapons
Tactical School
Management and Leadership
Operation at modern Warfare
War Game JANOS

Capable of management, tactics and operating abilities.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Infantry School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

89

90

BASIC SERGEANT TRAINING SCHOOL


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN--0004-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
BASIC TACTICAL, OPERATION AND
MANAGEMENT SCHOOL
To provide management, tactical and
operation knowledge to lead a unit and a
platoon.
Infantry School
Chalkida
17 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Military Weapons
Tactical School
Management and Leadership
Operation at modern Warfare

Capable of management, tactics and operating abilities.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Infantry School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

92

MILAN - FAGOT TOW - KORNET


ANTITANK SYSTEMS OPERATOR
CODE

AR-IN-BA-0005-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to operate effectively the MILAN
and FAGOT antitank systems.
Infantry School
Iraklio, Crete
4 Weeks
6 per year

RANK
OR-1 to OR-9
MIN MAX QUOTA 5
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
System Description
Aiming procedure
Description of missiles types
Operating procedures

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

IRAKLIO

A RMY

30 4,2, E44 81mm MORTAR SYSTEMS


CODE

AR-IN-BA-0006-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to perform the functions of all
crew members of the M-30 4,2 and
81mm mortars section.
Infantry School
Iraklio, Crete
4 Weeks
6 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
5
Greek/SLP 3333
M-30 4,2and E-44 81mm mortar
systems general description
M-53 series sight unit operation
M-30 4,2 and E-44 81mm
mortar sections crew members
duties
Ammunition description
Aiming and ring procedures
Procedures in case of misre
M-30 4,2 and E-44 81mm
mortar systems troubleshooting

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Infantry School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

IRAKLIO

93

94

MACHINE GUNS OPERATOR MG3 7,62,


BRAUNING 0,50, GMG, Zu-23
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN-BA-0007-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to operate effectively the
machine guns
Infantry School
Iraklio, Crete
4 Weeks
6 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
5
Greek/SLP 2222
System Description.
Aiming procedure
Description of ammunition types
Operating procedures

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Infantry School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

IRAKLIO

A RMY

BASIC MILITARY DRIVING SCHOOL


CODE

AR-IN-BA-0008-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


DRIVING LEARNING SCHOOL
Be able to drive and maintenance military
vehicles and APC, AFC (e.g M113,
BMP1, G127, M/S 240 GD, M/S 290 GD)
Infantry School
Litochoro
3 Weeks
6 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-1
5
Greek/SLP 2222
Military Vehicle Description.
Driving Knowledge
Operating procedures at the
battleground

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Driving Learning


School, meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost.

LITOCHORO

95

96

MILAN- FAGOT TOW ANTITANK SYSTEMS OPERATOR


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN-BA-0009-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to operate effectively the MILAN
and FAGOT antitank systems.
Infantry School
Argos Orestiko, Kastoria
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
5
Greek/SLP 2222
System Description.
Aiming procedure
Description of missiles types
Operating procedures

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

A RMY

KASTORIA

A RMY

MACHINE GUNS OPERATOR


CODE

AR-IN-BA-0010-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to operate effectively the
Zu-23 machine gun
Infantry School
Argos Orestiko, Kastoria
2 Weeks
6 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
5
Greek/SLP 2222
System Description
Aiming procedure
Description of ammunition types
Operating procedures

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

KASTORIA

97

98

-30 4,2, 81mm MORTAR SYSTEMS


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN-BA-0011-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to perform the functions of all
crewmembers of the M-30 4,2 and E-44
81mm mortars section.
Infantry School
Argos Orestiko, Kastoria
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
5
Greek/SLP 2222
M-30 4,2and E-44 81mm mortar
systems general description
M-53 series sight unit operation
M-30 4,2 and E-44 81mm
mortar sections crew members
duties
Ammunition description
Aiming and ring procedures
Procedures in case of misre
M-30 4,2 and E-44 81mm
mortar systems troubleshooting

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

A RMY

KASTORIA

A RMY

TRAINING IN URBAN OPERATIONS


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-IN-ME-0104-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL PRACTICAL
TRAINING
Train Personnel in Conducting Urban
Operations
Infantry School
Argiroupoli Kilkis
1 Week
4 per year

RANK
OR-1 to OF-2
MIN MAX QUOTA 20 60
LANGUAGE/
Greek/SLP 2222
LEVEL

CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Basic Elements of Urban Operations


Defensive Offensive Operations
Basic Skills
Procedures Movement,
Entry Techniques, Camouage

Basic knowledge of Infantry ghting techniques.

Meal and residence are provided.

ARGIROUPOLI

99

100

ARMOUR OFFICERS BASIC COURSE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AM-BA-0030-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL - TACTICAL SCHOOL
To produce effective tank platoon
leaders
Armour School
Avlonas, Attiki
50 Weeks (3 weeks break)
Once a Year (July).

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1
Max 5
Greek/SLP 3333
Technical training
Basic military knowledge
Intelligence
Logistics
Tactical training

Basic military knowledge


Infantry squad level tactics prociency
Meals are provided, upon request, with additional cost.
Accommodation is not provided on Armor School premises, but can be
arranged in nearby facilities, with additional cost.

AVLONA

A RMY

ARMOUR NCOs BASIC COURSE


CODE

AR-AM-BA-0031-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL - TACTICAL SCHOOL
To produce effective tank platoon
sergeants
Armour School
Avlonas, Attiki
37 Weeks (2 weeks break)
Once a Year (July).

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OR-6
Max 5
Greek/SLP 3333
Technical training
Basic military knowledge
Intelligence
Logistics
Tactical training

Basic military knowledge


Infantry squad level tactics prociency
Meals are provided, upon request, with additional cost.
Accommodation is not provided on Armor School premises, but can be
arranged in nearby facilities, with additional cost.

AVLONA

101

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AT-BA-0024-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
STAFF
Provide the knowledge and skills to
assume the duties of FA battery Fire
Direction Ofcer battery Commander
Artillery School
Nea Peramos Attikis
40 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS BASIC COURSE

OF-1
7
Greek/SLP 2222
Manual and automated
Procedures in the Fire Direction
Center
Preparing the battery for duty
assumption and re mission
execution
Observed Fire Procedures
M109A2-A3GEA1-A2 Howitzer
Crew duties
Ammunition preparation and
handling
Field Artillery Tactics
Live Firing

None

Accommodation and Residence at hotels in Nea Peramos area.


Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course.
Trainees will receive certicate of attendance.

N. PERAMOS

103

104

FIELD ARTILLERY NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS


BASIC COURSE
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AT-BA-0025-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
STAFF
Provide the knowledge and skills to
assume the duties of FA battery Fire
Direction Ofcer battery Commander
Artillery School
Nea Peramos Attikis
20 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1
7
Greek/SLP 2222
Manual and automated
Procedures in the Fire Direction
Center
Gunnery Sergeant Duties
Observed Fire Procedures
M109A2-A3GEA1-A2 Howitzer
Crew duties
Ammunition preparation and
handling
Elements of Field Artillery
Tactics
Live Firing

None

Accommodation and Residence at hotels in Nea Peramos area.


Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course.
Trainees will receive certicate of attendance.

N. PERAMOS

CODE

AR-AT-BA-0026-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIALTY
To provide basic knowledge on
intermediate maintenance of TOR-M1
System items
182 TOR M1 BN
Komotini
6 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OR-9
3
Greek/SLP 2221
5Periodic checks Intermediate
maintenance
of
electronic
systems of TOR M1 Launcher

Basic Air Defense Artillery Procedures Knowledge.


TOR M1 System Basic Operational School.

Accommodation, at trainees expense, in Komotinis Hotels.


Meals maybe provided, upon request at trainees expense, at the
Komotini Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course and
will receive certicate of attendance.
TOR M1 System TMs in English.

A RMY

TOR M1 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE

KOMOTINI

105

106

TOR M1 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE


24 G TECHNICIAN
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AT-BA-0027-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
SPECIALTY
To provide basic knowledge on
intermediate maintenance of TOR-M1
System items
182 TOR M1 BN
Komotini
6 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OR-9
3
Greek/SLP 2221
Periodic checks Intermediate
maintenance of the radars and
the Fire Distribution Center of
TOR M1 System

Basic Air Defense Artillery Procedures Knowledge.


TOR M1 Systems Basic Operational School.

Accommodation, at trainees expense, in Komotinis Hotels.


Meals maybe provided, upon request at trainees expense, at the
Komotini Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course and
will receive certicate of attendance.
TOR M1 System TMs in English.

A RMY

KOMOTINI

CODE

AR-AT-BA-0028-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIALTY
To provide basic knowledge on
intermediate maintenance of HAWK
System items
180 HAWK BN
Polydendri Attiki
6 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OR-9
3
Greek/SLP 2221
Periodic checks Intermediate
maintenance of HAWK AN/
MPQ-61 (HPI) Radar, XM-304
(Digital Launcher), (L4-M50112) Loader
Periodic checks Intermediate
maintenance Picking up
Transfer Loading/Unloading
HAWK missiles
Extensive Simulator Training on
Troubleshooting Procedures

Basic Air Defense Artillery Procedures Knowledge.


HAWK Systems Basic Operational School.

Accommodation and meals can be provided, upon request at trainees


expense, at the Unit Ofcers Club in Polydendri - Attiki.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course and
will receive certicate of attendance.
Training provided refers to the Greek version of the HAWK System
(with software and TMs in English).

A RMY

HAWK ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE


24 C TECHNICIAN

ATTIKI

107

108

HAWK ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE COURSE


24 G TECHNICIAN
CODE

AR-AT-BA-0029-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide basic knowledge on
intermediate maintenance of HAWK
System items
180 HAWK BN
Polydendri Attiki
6 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Basic Air Defense Artillery Procedures Knowledge.


HAWK Systems Basic Operational School.

Accommodation and meals can be provided, upon request at trainees


expense, at the Unit Ofcers Club in Polydendri - Attiki.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course and
will receive certicate of attendance.
Training provided refers to the Greek version of the HAWK System
(with software and TMs in English).

A RMY

OR-4 to OR-9
3
Greek/SLP 2221
Periodic checks Intermediate maintenance of HAWK AN/
MPQ-62 (CWARI) Radar, AN/
TPX-46(V) IFF, Battery Fire Distribution Center (BFDC)
Extensive Simulator Training on
Troubleshooting Procedures

ATTIKI

110

EOD C/IED TRAINING COURSE


CODE

AR-EN-BA-0036-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide :
- he ability to perform in EOD
environment.
- he basic knowledge on Countering
Imrovised explosive devices.
Hellenic School Of
Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Week
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
Greek/SLP 2222
EOD C/IED Doctrine and related
STANAGs

Capable of operating technology equipment.


a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the
estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation Facilities
the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are
not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 200 euros ( 600 euros
in total ).

LOUTRAKI

A RMY

DEMINING TRAINING COURSE


CODE

AR-EN-BA-0038-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
-To provide the ability to operate
effectively Demi-ning procedures.
-To perform effectively in Demining
operations.
Hellenic School Of Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Week
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Demining Related Doctrine and
STANAGs

Capable of operating technology equipment.


a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the
estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation Facilities
the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are
not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 200 euros (600 euros
in total).

LOUTRAKI

111

112

DEMINING SEMINAR
CODE

AR-EN-BA-0040-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
-To provide the ability to operate
effectively Demining procedures
-To perform effecti- vely in Demining
operations.
Hellenic School Of Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Demining Related Doctrine and
STANAGs

Capable of operating modern technology equipment.


a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the
estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation Facilities
the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are
not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 200 euros ( 600 euros
in total ).

LOUTRAKI

CODE

AR-EN-BA-0042-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide basic skills when operating in
Natural Disaster Operations.
Hellenic School Of Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

TRAINING N HANDLING F NATURAL DISASTERS

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Fundamentals
of
Natural
Disasters Operations
First Aid administration
Fire ghting
Mountain Rescue
S.A.R. Dogs
Flood S.A.R.
Earthquake S.A.R.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

First Day Physical Training Evaluation:


MALE FEMALE
Pull-ups
6
Push-ups
30
15
Mile
700
800
Sit-ups
30
20

MISCELLANEOUS

a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the


estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation Facilities
the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are
not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 200 euros ( 600 euros
in total ).

LOUTRAKI

113

114

FLOAT BRIDGING TRAINING (RIBBONFLOAT BRIDGE)


CODE

AR-EN-ME-0102-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to construct
effectively the RIBBON oat bridge.
Engineer School
Toxotes, Xanthi
2 Weeks
1 per year / Nov

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A RMY

MISCELLANEOUS

Engineer Basic
Education
Driving License
for 5-ton vehicle
(Additional)
-

OR-1 to OF-1
15 (max)
Greek/SLP 1111
Description and technical characteristics of Ribbon Bridge - vehicle M812A1 - erection boats CSB
LCB.
Launching of RIBBON bridges
components on the land and in
the water.
Launching of RIBBON bridges
boats (CSBLCB) in the water.
Boat handling.
Construction of oating RIBBON raft.
Navigation of oating RIBBON
raft assisted by fastened boats.
Construction of oating RIBBON bridge.
Anchoring methods of oating
RIBBON bridge.
Crossing of oating RIBBON
bridge with vehicle/tank.
Maintenance of RIBBON bridges
components - vehicles M812A1 erection boats CSB-LCB.
XANTHI

116

SIGNAL OFFICERS BASIC COURSE


CODE

AR-SL-BA-0044-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the basic standard education
in Military science and CommunicationsElectronic Warfare-Electronic Surveillance and Computers Theory in order to
shape competent Signals Platoon Commanders during peace, crisis and operations period.
SIGNALS SCHOOL
HAIDARI, ATTIKI
44 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OF-1
15-22
Greek/SLP 2222
Signal Tactics and Operations
Electronics
(Theory
and
Applications)
Electronic Warfare
Electronic Surveillance
Field Practice
Staff Procedures and Operations
Logistics
Military Education
Computer Network Management
CCNA-IT Essentials Certication
Technical Training in StrategicTactical Communication Systems
Military
Vehicles
Driving
Certication

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
Hellenic Military Academy
STANDARDS &
Graduates
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation
may be provided at the
corresponding Dinner and
Lodge facilities of Signals
School, upon request,
with an additional cost.

HAIDARI

CODE

AR-SL-BA-0045-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the basic standard education
in Military science and CommunicationsElectronic
Warfare-Electronic
Surveillance and Computers Theory
in order to shape competent Signals
Deputy Platoon Commanders and
Squad Leaders during peace, crisis and
operations time.
SIGNALS SCHOOL
HAIDARI, ATTIKI
36 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Hellenic
Military
Academy Graduates

NCO

A RMY

ON COMMITTED OFFICERS BASIC COURSE

OR-5
10-15
Greek/SLP 2222
Signal Tactics and Operations
Electronics
(Theory
and
Applications)
Electronic Warfare
Electronic Surveillance
Field Practice
Staff Procedures and Operations
Logistics
Military Education
Computer Network Management
CCNA-IT Essentials Certication
Technical Training in StrategicTactical Communications Systems
Military
Vehicles
Driving
Certication

Meals and accommodation


may be provided at the
corresponding Dinner and
Lodge facilities of Signals
School, upon request, with
an additional cost.

HAIDARI

117

118

SIGNALS OFFICERS COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONICS SCHOOL


CODE

AR-SL-AC-0046-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL
To provide advanced education and
research programs in the eld of military
communications and electronic warfare.
Signals School
Haidari, Athens
4 semesters
1 per 2 years

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1 to OF-3
10
25
Greek / SLP 3333
Applied Mathematics
Digital Communications
Mobile Communications
Digital Signal Processing
Digital Circuits
Electromagnetics
Microwaves
Antenna Theory
Radar
Satellite Communications
Optical Networks
Electronic Warfare

Enrolled after exams in mathematics electric circuits, electronics,


physics.
Depending on the overall number of trainees, meals and accommodation
may be provided, upon request, with additional cost.

HAIDARI

CODE

AR-AV-AD-0049-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION SCHOOL
(Ground Flight School)
To Provide the ability to operate and
perform effectively, as a qualied
helicopter Instructor Pilot (IP).
Helicopter Instructor
Pilot Training Course
Alexandria Imathia (N Greece)
10 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

HELICOPTER INSTRUCTOR PILOT TRAINING COURSE

WO 1-5 or OF-1 to OF -3
2
Greek / SLP 3333
Academic Training (110hrs)
Flight Simulation Program
Flight Training (40 hrs) with two
air assets (-300C and UH1H/AB-205)

Adequate English language level (oral and written)


Military personnel, with previous ight experience of 300 hrs and Pilot
in Command Certication, according his country directives, at any
helicopter type.
Physically and medically healthy, according to national directives
(Greece).
Meal can be provided, upon request, with additional cost.
Accommodation is an individual responsibility of each trainee
International Civil Airport at the nearby area (City of Salonica)
The training facilities are accessible by car, bus or train.
Transportation to and from cities of Salonica and Veroia, is provided.

ALEXANDRIA

119

120

BASIC HELICOPTER TRAINING COURSE


CODE

AR-AV-BA-0047-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION SCHOOL
To Provide the ability to operate and perform effectively, as a qualied helicopter
aviator.
Basic Helicopter Training Course
Alexandria Imathia (N Greece)
46 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OF-1
TBD upon HELs availability
Greek / SLP 3333
Academic Training (700hrs)
Flight Simulation Program
Flight Training (115 hrs) with two
air assets (-300C and UH1H/AB-205)

Adequate Greek language level (oral and written)


Military personnel according to national standards, without previous
ight experience.
Physically and medically healthy, according to national directives
(Greece).
Flight training can be executed both to EN or GR language
Meal can be provided, upon request, with additional cost.
Accommodation is an individual responsibility of each trainee
International Civil Airport at the nearby area (City of Salonica)
The training facilities are accessible by car, bus or train.
Transportation to and from cities of Salonica and Veroia, is provided.

A RMY

ALEXANDRIA

122

MAINTENANCE OFFICERS HIGHER TECHNICAL SCHOOL


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-TL-HG-0079-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide academic level knowledge to
Army Maintenance Ofcers
Technical Education School
Athens
2 years
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1
45
Greek/SLP 2222
Supreme Academic level topics,
including at least:
Advanced Mathematics
Statistics
Computers programming
Physics
Electrics circuits
Electronics
Electric
power
generationdistribution - Electric motors
Telecommunications
Statics Dynamics
Thermodynamics
Internal combustion engines
Mechanics of Fluids
Management
Production
control - Operational research

HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES


Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost, depending on the overall availability at local military
facilities

ATHENS

CODE

AR-TL-ME-0080-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform effective
maintenance of military vehicles mechanical parts
Technical Training Center
Patra
14 - 18 Weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

VEHICLE REPAIRER TRAINING

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
Greek/SLP 2222
1st 2nd ECHELON (14 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF MAIN ASSEMBLIES AND SYSTEMS
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd ECHELON REPAIR PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST
1st 3rd ECHELON (18 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF MAIN ASSEMBLIES AND SYSTEMS
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd-3nd ECHELON REPAIR
PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST

PREVIOUS
EXPERIENCE NOT
REQUIRED
Depending on the
overall number of
trainees at the Technical Training Center,
meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

PATRA

123

124

VEHICLE ELECTROTECHNICIAN TRAINING


CODE

AR-TL-ME-0081-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform effective
maintenance of military vehicles electric
system
Technical Training Center
Patra
14 - 18 Weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
Greek/SPL 2222
1st 2nd ECHELON (14 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF MAIN ASSEMBLIES AND SYSTEMS
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd ECHELON REPAIR PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST
1st 3rd ECHELON (18 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF ELECTRIC SYSTEM
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd-3nd ECHELON REPAIR
PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST

BACKGROUND
AND EXPERIENCE
NOT REQUIRED
Depending on the
overall number of
trainees at the Technical Training Center, meals and accommodation may
be provided, upon
request, with additional cost.

PATRA

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-TL-ME-0082-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform effective
maintenance of armored vehicles
mechanical parts
Technical Training Center
Patra
14 - 16 Weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

ARMORED VEHICLE REPAIRER TRAINING

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
Greek/SPL 2222
1st 2nd ECHELON (14 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF MAIN ASSEMBLIES AND SYSTEMS
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd ECHELON REPAIR PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST
1st 3rd ECHELON (16 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF MAIN ASSEMBLIES AND SYSTEMS
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd-3nd ECHELON REPAIR
PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST

BACKGROUND
AND EXPERIENCE
NOT REQUIRED
Depending on the
overall number of
trainees at the Technical Training Center,
meals and accommodation may be
provided, upon request, with additional
cost.

PATRA

125

126

ARMORED VEHICLE ELECTRO TECHNICIAN TRAINING


CODE

AR-TL-ME-0083-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform effective
maintenance of armored vehicles electric
system
Technical Training Center
Patra
14 - 18 Weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
Greek/SLP 2222
1st 2nd ECHELON (14 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF MAIN ASSEMBLIES AND SYSTEMS
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd ECHELON REPAIR PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST
1st 3rd ECHELON (18 WEEKS)
INTRODUCTION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION OF ELECTRIC
SYSTEM
TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
SAFETY RULES
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd-3nd ECHELON REPAIR
PROCEDURES
REVIEW-TEST

BACKGROUND
AND EXPERIENCE
NOT REQUIRED
Depending on the
overall number of
trainees at the Technical Training School,
meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost.

PATRA

A RMY

BASIC LOGISTICIANS COURSE


CODE

AR-LG-BA-0077-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


LOGISTICS SCHOOL
To provide the ability to young 2nd Lts, to
perform logistic procedures at Ordnance
Company level (handling - storing maintaining - procuring materials).
Ordnance School
Lamia
34 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1 to OF-2
8 - 15
Greek/SLP 3333
GR Army Logistics Manuals and
procurement legislation.
GR IT logistic systems for
materials
and
ammunition
(OSEYS - ASPYS).
GR glossary of logistics.
PT - Examination tests.
Ofcial visits to military sights.

Capable of performing all kind of logistic procedures (handling - storing


- maintaining - procuring materials, IT logistic procedures) at Company
level, GR procurement legislation
Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Logistic School,
meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost, at Lamia Ofcers Club (meals) and at BOQ
(accommodation) in camp.

LAMIA

127

128

AMMUNITION TECHNICIAN COURSE


CODE

AR-LG-BA-0078-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


AMMUNITION TECHNICIAN SCHOOL
To provide the ability to young sergeants,
to recognize - handle - store - maintain refurbish ammunition and explosives.
Ordnance School
Stylida and Athens
26 weeks (24 in Stylida and 2 in Athens)
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OR-7
8 - 12
Greek/SLP 3333
Explosive Ordnance Reconnaissance (EOR)
GR Army Technical Ammunition
Manuals.
GR IT logistic systems for ammo
(ASPYS).
Ammunition - explosives characteristics.
Safety regulations.
GR glossary of ammunition and
explosives.
Demilitarization - inspection ammo
procedures.
Handling - storing - maintaining
ammo.
Ofcial visits to military sights.
Capable of performing all kind of logistic procedures regarding
ammunition/explosives (handle - store - maintain - demilitarize inspect), IT logistic procedures for ammo at Unit level, safety ammo
issues.
Depending on the overall number of trainees, meals and
accommodation may be provided, upon request, with additional cost,
at Lamia Ofcers Club (meals) and at BOQ (accommodation) in
KEYP camp (Lamia).

A RMY

LAMIA

CODE

AR-LG-BA-0108-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL COURSE
Basic Training Aerial Delivery Missions
865 Aerial Delivery Battalion
Eleusis
8 Weeks

A RMY

BASIC TRAINING AERIAL DELIVERY MISSIONS

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 4-10
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 1111
CONTENTS
Parachute Rigger.
Rigging of Supplies and Equipment.
Airdrop and Support Equipment.
Cargo Hook Systems.
Cargo Nets.
Rigging Typical Supply Loads.
Safety Procedures.
Airdrop Operations.
Sling Load Operations.
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Capable of Static Line Clinically Healthy.

Meals and Accommodation may be Provided, upon Request, with


Additional Cost.

ELEUSIS

129

A RMY

EDUCATION IN BULGARIAN LANGUAGE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AR-AD-0097-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL
To learn foreign languages
Military school of foreign languages
Athens
32 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 TO OF-3
2
Greek / SLP 2222

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

ATHENS

131

132

EDUCATION IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AR-AD-0098-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL
To learn foreign languages
Military school of foreign languages
Athens
32 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 TO OF-3
2
Greek / SLP 2222

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

ATHENS

A RMY

EDUCATION IN ARABIC LANGUAGE


CODE

AR-AR-AD-0099-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL
To learn foreign languages
Military school of foreign languages
Athens
32 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 TO OF-3
2
Greek / SLP 2222

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

ATHENS

133

134

EDUCATION IN ALBANIAN LANGUAGE


CODE

AR-AR-AD-0100-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL
To learn foreign languages
Military school of foreign languages
Athens
32 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 TO OF-3
2
Greek / SLP 2222

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

ATHENS

A RMY

EDUCATION IN TURKISH LANGUAGE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AR-AD-0101-GR
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
EDUCATIONAL SCHOOL
To learn foreign languages
Military school of foreign languages
Athens
32 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL

OR-5 TO OF-3
2
Greek / SLP 2222
English / SLP 2222

CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

ATHENS

135

ARMY COURSES
in
ENGLISH

138

HEAVY WEAPONS TRAINING (TOW ANTITANK SYSTEM)


CODE

AR-IN-ME-0012-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to operate
effectively the TOW antitank system.
Infantry School
Chalkida
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 3333
System Description
Aiming procedure
Description of missile types
Operating procedures

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

A RMY

MILAN ANTITANK SYSTEM OPERATOR


CODE

AR-IN-ME-0013-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to operate effectively the MILAN
antitank system
Infantry School
Chalkida
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 3333
System Description.
Aiming procedure
Description of missiles types
Operating procedures

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

139

140

-30 4,2 MORTAR SYSTEM


CODE

AR-IN-ME-0014-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to perform the functions of all
crewmembers of the M-30 4,2 mortar
section
Infantry School
Chalkida
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 3333
M-30 4,2 mortar system
general description
M-53 series sight unit operation
M-30 4,2 mortar section crew
members duties
Ammunition description
Aiming and ring procedures
Procedures in case of misre
M-30 4,2 mortar system
troubleshooting

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

A RMY

CHALKIDA

A RMY

MORTAR PLATOON FORWARD OBSERVER


CODE

AR-IN-ME-0015-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Be able to operate to perform the duties
of mortar platoon forward observer.
Infantry School
Chalkida
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 3333
Fire support organization and
targeting
Mortar ammunition
Target location
Observation procedures
Conducting re missions

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the Technical School,


meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with
additional cost.

CHALKIDA

141

142

TRAINING IN URBAN OPERATIONS


CODE

AR-IN-ME-0107-EN

BRANCH
TYPE

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL PRACTICAL TRAINING
Train Personnel in Conducting Urban
Operations
Infantry School
Argiroupoli Kilkis
1 Week

FREQUENCY

1 per year

AIM

RANK
OR-1 to OF-2
MIN MAX QUOTA 20 60 persons
LANGUAGE/
English/SLP 2222
LEVEL

CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Basic Elements of Urban Operations


Defensive Offensive Operations
Basic Skills
Procedures Movement,
Entry Techniques, Camouage

Basic knowledge of Infantry ghting techniques.


Meal and residence are provided.

A RMY

ARGIROUPOLI

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AM-AD-0035-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TACTICAL SCHOOL
The Tank Crew to be able, based on the
technical Knowledge of the LEO 2HEL,
to operate at the two tank team or the
platoon level under any circumstances
and against any threats.
Armour School
Alexandroupolis
6 weeks
Once a Year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

LEO 2 HEL CREW ADVANCED OPERATIONAL SCHOOL

OR-1 to OF-1
8 - 24
English/SLP 3322
Training take place at the Hellenic
Armour
Simulation
Center
and includes different types of
exercises.

Crew Basic training.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the XXIII Armor


Brigade, meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost.

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

143

144

LEO 2 HEL TANK COMMANDERS BASIC TRAINING


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AM-BA-0032-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
The trainees to be able to operate
in an efcient way as Tank
Commanders in a LEO 2 HELL,
having all the necessary and
required technical Knowledge.
The trainees to act as a crew under
any circumstances.
Armour School
Alexandroupolis
10 weeks
Once a Year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OF-1
8 - 50
English/SLP 2222
Tank Handling
Ammo - Weaponry - Comms
Maintenance Training
Simulation Training
Field Driving
Turret Handling while on the
move - Firing Procedure
MG3 Machine Gun Live Firing
AIM - TEST Live Firing

Previous experience in other tank types.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the XXIII Armor


Brigade, meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost.

A RMY

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

A RMY

LEO 2HEL GUNNERS - LOADERS ASIC RAINING


CODE

AR-AM-BA-0033-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
The trainees to be able to operate in
an efcient way as Gunners - Loaders
in a LEO 2 HELL tank, having all the
necessary and required technical
Knowledge.
The trainees to act as a crew under
any circumstances.
Armour School
Alexandroupolis
10 weeks
Once a Year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-7
8 - 50
English/SLP 2222
Tank Handling
Ammo - Weaponry - Comms
Maintenance Training
Simulation Training
Field Driving
Turret Handling while on the
move - Firing Procedure
MG3 Machine Gun Live Firing
AIM - TEST Live Firing

Previous experience in other tank types.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the XXIII Armor


Brigade, meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost.

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

145

146

LEO 2 HEL DRIVERS BASIC TRAINING


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AM-BA-0034-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
The trainees to be able to operate in
an efcient way as Tank Drivers in a
LEO 2 HEL, having all the necessary
and required technical Knowledge.
The trainees to act as a crew under
any circumstances.
Armour School
Alexandroupolis
10 weeks
Once a Year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-7
8 - 50
English/SLP 2222
ank Handling
Powerpack Overview
Tank Systems (Fuel - Electrical
- Brake - Central Hydraulic Cooling - Transmission etc)
Night Driving Equipment
Weaponry - Ammo - Comms
Tank Maintenance
Driving Simulation
Field Driving
Field Obstacle Driving
Tank Recovery
Bridge Deployment

Basic Tank Driving and Maintenance Knowledge.

Depending on the overall number of trainees at the XXIII Armor


Brigade, meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,
with additional cost.

A RMY

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

148

PzH2000GR CREW ADVANCED OPERATIONAL SCHOOL


CODE

AR-AT-AD-0021-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIALTY
Confront advanced issues of the
PzH2000GR HW operation and service.
156 SP Bn (PzH2000GR)
Alexandroupolis
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY

STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

OR-1 to OF-1
18 - 30
English/SLP 2222
Use of the Turret Crew Trainer
Execution of simulated Fire Missions
Turret Unit Maintenance (2nd
Echelon
Battery Level Exercise with simulated Fire Missions
Battery Level Exercise with Live
Firing
Battery Level Exercise with Shoot
and Scoot procedures

PzH2000GR Crew Basic Operational School (Code AR-AT-BA-0005EN).


Basic Field Artillery procedures knowledge.
Accomodation and residence at Hotels in Alexandroupolis.
Meals maybe provided, upon request, with additional cost at the
Alexandroupolis Ofcers Club.
Trainees will
undergo written
tests before the
end of the course.
Trainees will
receive certicate
of attendance.
Training and
equipment
concerns the
Greek version
of the PzH2000
Howitzer (with
software in
English)

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

A RMY

ARTILLERY COMMAND CONTROL SYSTEM (ACCS)


OPERATORS TRAINING
CODE

AR-AT-BA-0016-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIALTY
Make operators of the PzH2000GR Fire
Direction Center obtain all the necessary
knowledge for servicing the Artillery
Command Control System (ACCS).
156 SP Artillery Bn
Alexandroupolis
6 Weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 - OF-1
6-8
English/SLP 2222
Management of all operational tools
and functions of the Fire Direction
Center (FDC).
Operational employment of the FDC.
Execution of tactical FDC procedures
at the Battery and Battalion levels.
Execution of re missions (entering
targets/ adjustment of re/registration
of re/the management and
engagement of targets/methods of
re)
Use of all necessary safety
procedures at the PzH2000 Battery
and Battalion FDCs.

Basic Field Artillery procedures knowledge.

Accomodation and residence at Hotels in Alexandroupolis.


Meals maybe provided, upon request, with additional cost at the
Alexandroupolis Ofcers Club.

Trainees will
undergo written
tests before the
end of the course.
Trainees will
receive certicate
of attendance.
Training and
equipment
concerns the
Fire Direction
Center Software
designed for the
Greek Artillery with
English interface

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

149

150

FIELD ARTILLERY FIRE FINDER RADAR TPQ 36-37


OPERATORS TRAINING
CODE

AR-AT-BA-0017-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIALTY
Provide the knowledge and skills to
operate and function the TPQ 36-37
Firender Radar
187 Target Acquisition Battery
Alexandroupolis
3 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 OR-9
4-6
English/SLP 2222
General information
Technical characteristics
Capabilities
Radar employment
Site selection, positioning and
operations
Safety procedures
Use of the radar in the frame of
the target acquisition battery
tactics

Basic knowledge of Field Artillery and Target Acquisition procedures.

Accomodation and residence at Hotels in Alexandroupolis.


Meals maybe provided, upon request, with additional cost at the
Alexandroupolis Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course.
Trainees will receive certicate of attendance.

A RMY

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

A RMY

FIELD ARTILLERY FIRE FINDER RADAR ARTHUR


OPERATORS TRAINING
CODE

AR-AT-BA-0018-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIALTY
Provide the knowledge and skills to
operate and function the Arthur Firender
Radar
187 Target Acquisition Battery
Alexandroupolis
3 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 OR-9
4
English/SLP 2222
General information
Technical characteristics
Capabilities
Radar employment
Site selection, positioning and
operations
Safety procedures
Use of the radar in the frame
of the target acquisition battery
tactics

Basic knowledge of Field Artillery and Target Acquisition procedures.

Accomodation and residence at Hotels in Alexandroupolis.


Meals maybe provided, upon request, with additional cost at the
Alexandroupolis Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course.
Trainees will receive certicate of attendance.

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

151

152

ASRAD STINGER CREW OPERATIONAL COURSE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AT-BA-0019-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
OPERATORS SCHOOL
To provide operational training on
ASRAD STINGER System
Artillery School / Training Simulators Btry
Alexandroupolis
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OF-2
3
English/SLP 2222
Use of the ASRAD System via
extensive Simulator training
Execution of simulated Fire
Scenarios to include Platoon
Level Exercise with Simulated
Fires

Basic Air Defense Artillery Procedures Knowledge.

Accommodation, at trainees expense, in Alexandroupolis Hotels.


Meals maybe provided, upon request at trainees expense, in
Alexandroupoli Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course and
will receive certicate of attendance.
Training provided refers to the Greek version of the ASRAD STINGER System (with software and TMs in English).

A RMY

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

A RMY

PzH2000GR CREW BASIC OPERATIONAL


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AT-BA-0020-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
SPECIALTY
Service of the PzH2000GR HW in an
effective way
156 SP Bn (PzH2000GR)
Alexandroupolis
3 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-1
18 - 30
English/SLP 2222
General Information
Technical Characteristics
Ammunition
Turret Crew Maintenance (1st
Echelon)
Optical Devices (Periscopes)
Intercommunication system
Characteristics and Use
Magazine loading unloading
procedures
NBC system Characteristics
and Use
Malfunctions discovery and
withdrawal

Basic Field Artillery procedures knowledge.

Accomodation and residence at Hotels in Alexandroupolis.


Meals maybe provided, upon request, with additional cost at the
Alexandroupolis Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course.

Trainees will
receive certicate
of attendance.
Training and
equipment
concerns the
Greek version
of the PzH2000
Howitzer (with
software in
English)

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

153

154

PzH2000GR DRIVING AND BASIC UNIT MAINTENANCE SCHOOL


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-AT-BA-0022-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
SPECIALTY
Confronting basic handling issues of
Pzh2000GR howtzers chassis, driving
and executing basic unit maintenance
156 SP Bn (PzH2000GR)
Alexandroupolis
2 Weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A RMY

OR-1 to OF-1
8 - 12
English/SLP 2222
PzH2000GR HW general and technical characteristics
Starting procedures
Description of Drivers Control Unit and
Display
Chassis Malfunction discovery and
withdrawal
Changing of Trackpads and Track
maintenance in general
Intercommunication system Characteristics and Use
Loading of the HW on tracked vehicle
carriers and railroads
Procedures for towing the HW
Interval based maintenance system
Driving of the Drivers Simulator vehicle
and the PzH2000GR HW day and night
Driving Licence for tracked vehicles.
Basic Field Artillery procedures knowledge.

BASIC ENTRY

STANDARDS &

PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS Accomodation and
residence at Hotels in
Alexandroupolis.
Meals maybe provided, upon request,
with additional cost at
the Alexandroupolis
Ofcers Club.
Trainees will undergo
written tests before
the end of the course.
Trainees will receive
certicate of attendance.
Training and equipment
concerns the Greek
version of the PzH2000
Howitzer (with software
in English)

ALEXANDROUPOLIS

CODE

AR-AT-BA-0023-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


STAFF
Provide the knowledge and skills to
assume the duties of FA battery Fire
Direction Ofcer battery Commander
Artillery School
Nea Peramos Attikis
12 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS BASIC COURSE

OF-1
16 - 25
English/SLP 2222
Manual and automated
Procedures in the Fire Direction
Center
Preparing the battery for duty
assumption and re mission
execution
Observed Fire Procedures
M109A2 Howitzer Crew duties
Ammunition preparation and
handling
Elements of Field Artillery
Tactics
Live Firing

Choice of accommodation and residence at the barracks in the


artillery school.
Trainees will undergo written tests before the end of the course.
Trainees will receive certicate of attendance.

NEA PERAMOS

155

A RMY

EOD C/IED TRAINING COURSE


CODE

AR-EN-BA-0037-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide :
- he ability to perform in EOD
environment.
- he basic knowledge on Countering
Imrovised explosive devices.
Hellenic School Of
Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Week
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
nglish/SLP 2222
EOD C/IED Doctrine and
related STANAGs
Capable
of
operating
technology equipment.

a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the


estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation
Facilities the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees
facilities are not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 200
euros ( 600 euros in total ).

LOUTRAKI

157

158

DEMINING TRAINING COURSE


CODE

AR-EN-BA-0039-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
-To provide the ability to operate effectively
Demining procedures.
-To perform effectively in Demining operations.
Hellenic School Of Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Week
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
nglish/SLP 2222
Demining Related Doctrine
and STANAGs.

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
Capable of operating technology equipment.
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the
estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation Facilities
the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are
not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 200 euros (600 euros in
total).

LOUTRAKI

CODE

AR-EN-BA-0041-

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
-To provide the ability to operate effectively
Demining procedures
-To perform effectively in Demining operations.
Hellenic School Of Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

DEMINING SEMINAR

OR-9 to OF-2
6
10
nglish/SLP 2222
Demining Related Doctrine and
STANAGs.
Capable of operating modern
technology equipment.

a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers


Mess and the estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee.
The staying in the Trainees Facilities depends on their
availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees
Accommodation Facilities the estimated cost is 400
euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are not available
the cost will be augmented aprox. 200 euros ( 600 euros
in total ).

LOUTRAKI

159

160

TRAINING N HANDLING F NATURAL DISASTERS


CODE

AR-EN-BA-0043-

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide basic skills when operating in
Natural Disaster Operations.
Hellenic School Of Engineers
LOUTRAKI
2 Days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-9 to OF-1
6
10
English /SLP 1111
Fundamentals of Natural Disasters
Operations
First Aid administration
Fire ghting
Mountain Rescue
S.A.R. Dogs
Flood S.A.R.
Earthquake S.A.R.
BASIC
ENTRY First Day Physical Training Evaluation:
STANDARDS
&
MALE
FEMALE
PREREQUISITE
Pull-ups
6
Push-ups
Mile
Sit-ups

A RMY

MISCELLANEOUS

30

15

700

800

30

20

a. There is availability in launch/supper at the Ofcers Mess and the


estimated cost is 10 euro per trainee. The staying in the Trainees
Facilities depends on their availability during the course.
b. In case of accommodation in the Trainees Accommodation Facilities
the estimated cost is 400 euros per trainee. If the trainees facilities are
not available the cost will be augmented aprox. 80 euros ( 120 euros in
total ).

LOUTRAKI

CODE

AR-EN-ME-0103-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to construct
effectively the RIBBON oat bridge.
Engineer School
Toxotes, Xanthi
2 Weeks
1 per year / Nov

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Engineer Basic
Education Driving
License for 5-ton
vehicle (Additional)
-

A RMY

FLOAT BRIDGING TRAINING (RIBBON FLOAT BRIDGE)

OR-1 to OF-1
15 (max)
English /SLP 1111
Description
and
technical
characteristics
of
Ribbon
Bridge - vehicle M812A1 erection boats CSB LCB.
Launching of RIBBON bridges
components on the land and in
the water.
Launching of RIBBON bridges
boats (CSBLCB) in the water.
Boat handling.
Construction
of
oating
RIBBON raft.
Navigation of oating RIBBON
raft assisted by fastened boats.
Construction
of
oating
RIBBON bridge.
Anchoring methods of oating
RIBBON bridge.
Crossing of oating RIBBON
bridge with vehicle/tank.
Maintenance
of
RIBBON
bridges components - vehicles
M812A1 - erection boats CSBLCB.

TOXOTES

161

162

HELICOPTER INSTRUCTOR PILOT TRAINING COURSE


CODE

AR-AV-AD-0050-EN

BRANCH
TYPE

LOCATION
DURATION

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION SCHOOL
(Ground Flight School)
To Provide the ability to operate and
perform effectively, as a qualied
helicopter Instructor Pilot (IP).
Helicopter Instructor
Pilot Training Course
Alexandria Imathia
10 weeks

FREQUENCY

1 per year

AIM

SCHOOL

RANK
MIN MAX
QUOTA
LANGUAGE/
LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

WO 1-5 or OF-1 to OF -3
1-2
English / SLP 3333
Academic Training (110 hrs)
Flight Simulation Program
Flight Training (40 hrs) with two air
assets (-300C and UH-1H/AB-205)

Adequate English language level (oral and written)


Military personnel, with previous ight experience of 300 hrs and Pilot
in Command Certication, according his country directives, at any
helicopter type.
Physically and medically healthy, according to national directives
(Greece).
Meal can be provided, upon request, with additional cost.
Accommodation is an individual responsibility of each trainee
International Civil Airport at the nearby area (City of Salonica)
The training facilities are accessible by car, bus or train.
Transportation to and from cities of Salonica and Veroia, is provided.

A RMY

ALEXANDRIA

CODE

AR-AV-BA-0048-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION SCHOOL
(Ground Flight School)
To Provide the ability to operate and perform
effectively, as a qualied helicopter aviator.

A RMY

BASIC HELICOPTER TRAINING COURSE

Basic Helicopter Training Course


Alexandria Imathia
46 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OF-1
TBD upon HELs availability
English / SLP 3333
Academic Training (700hrs)
Flight Simulation Program
Flight Training (115 hrs) with
two air assets (-300C and UH1H/AB-205)

Adequate English language level (oral and written)


Military personnel according to national standards, without previous
ight experience.
Physically and medically healthy, according to Hellenic directives.
Meal can be provided, upon request, with additional cost.
Accommodation is an individual responsibility of each trainee
International Civil Airport at the nearby area (City of Salonica)
The training facilities are accessible by car, bus or train.
Transportation to and from cities of Salonica and Veroia, is provided.

ALEXANDRIA

163

CODE

AR-TL-AD-0087-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform
effective maintenance of the MLRS
SCHOOL
324 MLRS Repairs Company
LOCATION
Lagadas
DURATION
4 Weeks per section
FREQUENCY 1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS
(ON JOB)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A RMY

MLRS 2nd 3rd ECHELON MAINTENANCE TRAINING

OR-1 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 2222
a. M993 MLRS Carrier
- INTRODUCTION
- GENERAL DESCRIPTION
- TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
- SAFETY RULES
- PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
- DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd -3rd ECHELON REPAIR PROCEDURES
- REVIEW-TEST
b. M269 MLRS Launcher
- INTRODUCTION
- GENERAL DESCRIPTION
- TOOLS AND SPECIAL EQUIPMENT
-SAFETY RULES
- PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
- DIAGNOSIS AND 2nd -3rd ECHELON REPAIR PROCEDURES
- REVIEW-TEST

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN VEHICLE TRACK MAINTENANCE IS


REQUIRED AND ELECTRONICS HYDRAULICS PRINCIPALS OF
OPERATION, RESPECTIVELY, IS REQUIRED

MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,


with addi-tional cost,
depending on the
overall availability at
local military facilities

LAGADAS

165

166

HAWK ANTI AIRCRAFT SYSTEM 3rd-4th ECHELON


MAINTENANCE TRAINING
CODE

AR-TL-AD-0088-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform effective
maintenance of the HAWK Anti Aircraft System
SCHOOL
325 HAWK Repairs Company
LOCATION Polydendri Attikis
DURATION 2 - 4 Weeks
FREQUENCY 1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS
(ON JOB)

a. Launching Platform (2 weeks)


-INTRODUCTION
-POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
-HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
-BOOM POSITIONING SYSTEM
-FIRING AND CONTROL SYSTEM
-EMPLACEMENT, CHECK OUT AND
REPAIR DS/GS FUNCTIONS
-REVIEW - TEST
b. Pulse Acquisition Radar (PAR
AN/MPQ-50) (4 weeks)
-INTRODUCTION
-POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
-L.V.P.S - H.V.P.S TRANSMITTER RECEIVER
-COOLING SYSTEM
-ECCM DSP - DMTI
-PRESENTATION SYSTEM
-ANTENNA PEDESTAL
- REVIEW TEST

KNOWLEDGE OF
ELECTRONICS THEORY
- TERMINOLOGY IS
REQUIRED
MISCELLANEOUS Meals and
accommodation may be
provided, upon request,
with additional cost,
depending on the overall
availability at local military
facilities

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-1 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 2222
c. Continuous wave acquisition
Radar (CWAR PH III,AN/MPQ-62)
(4 weeks)
-INTRODUCTION
-POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
-L.V.P.S - H.V.P.S
-TRANSMITTER M.O/P.A GROUP
RECEIVER
-DSP TIMING AND CONTROL
-ANTENNA PEDESTAL
-MICROCOMPUTER
-REVIEW TEST
d. High Power Illuminator Radar
(HIPIR PASE III, AN/MPQ-61) (3
weeks)
-INTRODUCTION
-POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
-L.V.P.S - H.V.P.S
- TRANSMITTER RF/MO/PA GROUP
- COOLING SYSTEM
- RECEIVER
- DSP - PROCESSOR
- ANTENNA POSITIONING
- ANTENNA PEDESTAL
- BITE
- MICROCOMPUTER
- REVIEW TEST

POLYDENDRI

CODE

AR-TL-AD-0089-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform
effective maintenance of A-T TOW II
guided missile system
306 Telecommunications Depot
Athens
2 Weeks per section
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS
(ON JOB)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A RMY

W ANTITANK SYSTEM INTERMEDIATE LEVEL


MAINTENANCE TRAINING

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
English/SLP 2222
a. A-T TOW LAUNCHER
-MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
-REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT
-MISSILE GUIDANCE SET MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
-TRAVERSING MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
-TRIPOD MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
-LAUNCH TUBE MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
-BATTERY CHARGER MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
REVIEW- TEST
b. AN/UAS-12A NIGHT VISION SIGHT
-MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
-REPAIR PARTS, COMMON TOOLS EQUIPMENT AND
SPECIAL TOOLS
-TROUBLE SHOOTING PROCEDURES
-FAULT ISOLATION
-MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
-ADJUSTMENT AND ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
REVIEW - TEST

PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE IN TOW II MAINTENANCE REQUIRED

MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,


with additional cost,
depending on the
overall availability at
local military facilities

ATHENS

167

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AR-TL-AD-0090-EN
HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform effective
maintenance of A-T MILAN system
306 Telecommunications Depot
Athens
1 Week
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/
LEVEL
CONTENTS
(ON JOB)

A RMY

MILAN ANTITANK SYSTEM UNIT LEVEL MAINTENANCE


TRAINING

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
English/SLP 2222
- MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
- REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS
AND TEST EQUIPMENT
- PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
PROCEDURES
- TROUBLE SHOOTING
- REVIEW - TEST

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE NOT REQUIRED
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with additional
cost, depending on the overall availability at local military facilities

ATHENS

169

170

M48A5 M60A1-A3 MAIN BATTLE TANKS FULL LEVEL


MAINTENANCE TRAINING
CODE

AR-TL-AD-0091-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform
effective maintenance of M48A5M60A1-A3 tanks
304 Depot
Velestino
3 Weeks per section
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS
(ON JOB)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
English/SLP 2222
a. MECHANICAL PARTS
- GENERAL DESCRIPTION
- DIAGNOSIS AND OVERHAUL
- REVIEW - TEST
b. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
- INTRODUCTION
- GENERAL DESCRIPTION
- DIAGNOSIS AND OVERHAUL
- REVIEW - TEST
c. FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM AND
STABILIZATION SYSTEM
- INTRODUCTION
- GENERAL DESCRIPTION
- DIAGNOSIS AND OVERHAUL
- REVIEW - TEST

BACKGROUND - EXPERIENCE IN M SERIES BATTLE TANKS REPAIRS


OF CHASSIS AND TURRET MECHANICAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
AND FIRE CONTROL - STABILIZATION SYSTEM, RESPECTIVELY, IS
REQUIRED.

MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,


with additional cost,
depending on the
overall availability at
local military facilities

A RMY

VELESTINO

CODE

AR-TL-ME-0084-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform
effective maintenance of the Utility
Helicopters mechanical assemblies
and components
SCHOOL
307 Technical Aviation Support Group
LOCATION
Stefanovikio
DURATION
20 Weeks
FREQUENCY 1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A RMY

MEDIUM HELICOPTER REPAIRER TRAINING

OR-1 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 2222
- REMOVES AND INSTALLS
AIRCRAFT SUBSYSTEM
(ENGINES, ROTORS,
GEARBOXES, TRANSMISSIONS,
MECHANICAL FLIGHT
CONTROLS)
- PREPARES AIRCRAFT FOR
INSPECTIONS
- PERFORMS LIMITED
MAINTENANCE OPERATIONAL
CHECKS
- PREPARES FORMS AND
RECORDS RELATED TO
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
- REVIEW-TEST

Previous experience not required

Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request, with additional


cost, depending on the overall availability at local military facilities

STEFANOVIKIO

171

172

AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN TRAINING


CODE

AR-TL-ME-0085-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform
effective maintenance of the Utility
Helicopters electric systems
307 Technical Aviation Support Group
Stefanovikio
8 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-1 to OF-1
7 10
English/SLP 2222
- DIAGNOSES AND TROUBLESHOOTS
MALFUNCTIONS IN ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
- REPAIRS AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS
- REMOVES, INSTALLS, REPAIRS, ADJUSTS AND
TESTS ELECTRICAL ELEMENTS OF ASSEMBLIES
AND COMPONENTS ACCORDING TO
TECHNICAL MANUALS, DIRECTIVES AND
SAFETY PROCEDURES
- REMOVES, REPAIRS, SERVICES, INSTALLS AND
TROUBLESHOOTS NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES
- PREPARES FORMS AND RECORDS
RELATED TO AIRCRAFT MAINTEANCE
- REVIEW - TEST

Previous experience not required

MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,


with additional cost,
depending on the
overall availability at
local military facilities

A RMY

STEFANOVIKIO

A RMY

AVIONIC MECHANIC TRAINING


CODE

AR-TL-ME-0086-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to perform
effective maintenance of the Utility
Helicopters avionics
SCHOOL
307 Technical Aviation Support Group
LOCATION
Stefanovikio
DURATION
10 Weeks
FREQUENCY 1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-1 to OF-1
4 10
English/SLP 2222
- REPAIRS, REPLACES AND
PERFORMS OPERATIONAL
AND PREVENTIVE HECKS AND
ALIGNMENTS
- TROUBLESHOOTS EQUIPMENT
AND TRACES AVIONIC AND
CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT
WIRING HARNESSES USING
TECHNICAL MANUALS AND
SCHEMATIC
- PERFORMS UNIT MAINTENANCE ON
SPECIAL AND COMMON HAND
TOOLS AND TEST
- PREPARES FORMS AND RECORDS
RELATED TO AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE REVIEW- TEST

Basic knowledge on electronics theory is required

MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation may be provided, upon request,


with additional cost,
depending on the
overall availability at
local military facilities
STEFANOVIKIO

173

174

BASIC TRAINING AERIAL DELIVERY MISSIONS


CODE

AR-LG-BA-0092-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL COURSE
Basic Training Aerial Delivery Missions
865 Aerial Delivery Battalion
Eleusis
8 Weeks

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 4-10
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Parachute Rigger.
Rigging of Supplies and Equipment.
Airdrop and Support Equipment.
Cargo Hook Systems.
Cargo Nets.
Rigging Typical Supply Loads.
Safety Procedures.
Airdrop Operations.
Sling Load Operations.

A RMY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Capable of Static Line Clinically Healthy.

Meals and Accommodation may be Provided, upon Request, with


Additional Cost.

ELEUSIS

NAVY COURSES
in
GREEK

115

N AVY

HELLENIC NAVAL ACADEMY (HNA)


CODE

NV-NV-AC-0001-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL/
DIRECTIONS
(Orientation
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


MILITARY ACADEMY EQUIVALENT
TO UNIVERSITY INSTITUTIONS FOR
HIGHER EDUCATION IN GREECE
Provide knowledge to the Naval Cadets by the means of instruction in naval
science, technology and war skills, as
well as with the relevant theoretical, exact and applied sciences.
Develop Naval Ofcers who possess
military awareness and are highly educated scientically, technically, socially
and culturally
Organize postgraduate studies autonomous or with collaboration with State
Universities.
Conduct scientic research in Hellenic
Navy and Marine in general related areas
The Department of Naval Science is divided in two (2) directions:
Deck / Engineer Orientation
Piraeus, Chatzikiriakeio Area
4 Years
Every Year
RANK

Civilians. Upon graduation the Cadets will be awarded with the Rank
of OF-1, or any other equivalent to
the military ranking of their origin
country.
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 35 students per year and in
accordance with HNGS Directions.
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
Greek/SLP 5555

PIRAEUS

179
115

180
115

HELLENIC NAVAL ACADEMY (HNA)


CODE
CONTENTS

NV-NV-AC-0001-GR
Academic Education:
The provided Academic Education adjusted according to the chosen orientation (Deck or Engineer) of the Naval Cadets, and is focused
on the following 8 main sectors: Electronic and Telecommunications, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Applied Mechanics and Naval
Materials, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Applied Mathematics, Applied Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities, Combat
Systems, Naval Operations and Navigation.
Each sector has oriented its courses in collaboration with respective
Universities in Greece, in order to ensure a wide range of knowledge to
the Cadets, to enable future Naval Ofcers to cope with the constantly
developing technology in the Hellenic Navy, and to offer the necessary
background for postgraduate studies in Greece and abroad.
In total (4 year cycle), the academic education for Deck Cadets
includes 67 courses (divided in the 8 sectors) and 64 courses (divided in
the 8 sectors) for Engineer Cadets.
All 4th year Cadets are obliged to write a Thesis equivalent to two
Courses (mandatory for graduation), in a topic relevant to attended
courses of the main sectors.
Following the Bologna Convention, each Course in academic program credited with European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
(ECTS) units proportional to the teaching/lab hours. The Academy provides a University Degree equivalent to 240 ECTS credits (minimum requirement by Hellenic Law for higher education: 180 ECTS credits)

N AVY

Naval Training:
Apart from theoretical courses Practical Naval Training is also provided to the naval cadets. The Practical Naval Training aims to the knowledge of Naval Art and to the acquaintance of the naval environment.
So every year, the Naval Sea Training period consists the 29% of the
Annual program; thus 110 days per year.
Within this educational framework and beyond the Summer Training
Trip (S.T.T.), the naval cadets participate all year round in a number of
short training trips aboard various types of warships and sailing ships
belonging to the Academy.
Practical Naval Training consists of:
Three (3) Summers Training Trips onboard Hellenic Warships (1 trip
at the end of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd academic year respectively) of 50 days
duration each one approximately.
Four (4) Winter Training Trips on board Hellenic Warships every
academic year (360 hours training approximately every year).
Specialized Naval Practical Training (16 approximately daily training cruises ship handling training onboard Fast Attack Crafts and
Patrol Boats during the 4th academic year) in the context of Navigation and Naval Engines principles.
The use of the Navigation Simulatorsof the Hellenic Naval Academy
and of the PALASKAS Naval Training Center which support the
naval training of the Cadets in the context of Navigation and ship
handling principles.

CODE

NV-NV-AC-0001-GR
The Fire Fighting and Damage Control Simulator of the PALASKAS
Naval Training Center support the naval training of the Cadets in the
context of STCW Convention, for re prevention and re ghting.
The use of various types of sailing ships and RHIBsbelonging to the
Academy for the practical training of the Cadets in the context of seamanship and ship handling principles.

N AVY

HELLENIC NAVAL ACADEMY (HNA)

All the naval training is in accordance with the STCW Convention of the
IMO (Standards of Training, Certication and Watchkeeping for Seafarer).

Military Training:
Contributes on one hand with the application of infantry exercises,
participation at military parades and military ceremonies of Hellenic
Navy and on the other hand by :
Educating principles and traditions of Hellenic Navy, Naval Heritage
Cultivating/Developing Ethical values, Mutual Respect, Discipline
Developing Administrative Capabilities, Straightness, Energy & Compulsiveness, Professionalism and Responsibility

Physical Training (Nautical Sports Seamanship):

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

Improve physical condition of Cadets


Culture of sportsmanship and teamwork
Acquisition of physical and mental strength
Familiarization with sea and swimming

The Foreign Naval Cadets are selected primarily by their own countries.
They should be at least High School graduates or equivalent and speak
uently the English Language. They should also have equivalent knowledge of high school education in Mathematics and Physics. To full the
language standards in Greeks, foreign students participate in one year
language preparation course.
HNA has a long experience in hosting foreign students since 1966.
The Academy provides a competent academic, military and naval education, equivalent to Hellenic students.
Foreign students have the same rights and obligations with the Hellenic
students, with the exceptions on leave permission issues and food program due to religious celebrations/needs.
A special praying place for devotional needs is also been provided.

181
115

182
115

REGULAR PETTY OFFICERS ACADEMY


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-NV-AC-0002-GR
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
MILITARY ACADEMY
To provide the appropriate naval training
with the necessary theoretical grounding
and practical education, as well as with
the necessary technical skills, so that
they will be able to correspond efciently
to their professional duties
SKARAMAGKAS, Athens
2 Years
Every Year

RANK

Civilians. Upon graduation the Cadets will be awarded with the Rank
of OR-1, or any other equivalent to
the military ranking of their origin
country.
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 10 students per year and in
accordance with HNGS Directions.
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
Greek/SLP 4444
CONTENTS

Academic Education:
The Regular Petty Ofcers School has a two-year academic cycle. Every academic year is subdivided into two semesters, the winter semester and the summer semester. The lessons during each semester are divided into three categories:
(1) Basic Theoretical Courses
(2) Secondary Theoretical and Lab Courses
(3) Practical Training
Moreover, cadets are divided into groups according to their level of knowledge of the English language in order to attend courses of English.
This categorization into
groups is based on a
placement test, which
they sit for during their
basic training and before
courses begin.

N AVY

Naval Training:
Apart from theoretical
courses Practical Naval
Training is also provided to
the naval cadets. The Practical Naval Training aims to
the knowledge of Naval Art
and to the acquaintance of
the naval environment.

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE

NV-NV-AC-0002-GR
Within this educational framework and beyond the Summer Training Trip,
the naval cadets participate all year round in a number of short training trips
aboard various types of warships and sailing ships.
All the naval training is in accordance with the STCW Convention of the IMO
(Standards of Training, Certication and Watchkeeping for Seafarer).

N AVY

REGULAR PETTY OFFICERS ACADEMY

Military Training:
Contributes on one hand with the application of infantry exercises, participation at military parades and military ceremonies of Hellenic Navy and on the
other hand by :
Educating principles and traditions of Hellenic Navy, Naval Heritage
Cultivating/Developing Ethical values, Mutual Respect, Discipline
Developing Administrative Capabilities, Straightness, Energy & Compulsiveness, Professionalism and Responsibility

Physical Training (Nautical Sports Seamanship):

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Improve physical condition of Cadets


Culture of sportsmanship and teamwork
Acquisition of physical and mental strength
Familiarization with sea and swimming
The Foreign Cadets are selected primarily by their own countries. They
should be at least High School graduates or equivalent and speak uently the English Language. To full the language standards in Greeks,
foreign students participate in one year language preparation course.
The Academy provides a competent academic, military and naval education, equivalent to Hellenic students.
Foreign students have the same rights and obligations with the Hellenic
students, with the exceptions on leave permission issues and food program due to religious celebrations/needs.
A special praying place for devotional needs is also been provided.

183
115

184
115

NAVAL COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE


CODE

NV-NV-AC-0003-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


SIMULATION SCHOOL
To provide staff training and postgraduate education in Naval Science and Strategy in order to promote the capability of
the students to make correct decisions
and to prepare them for the execution of
staff and commanding duties on all levels
of hierarchy, including the undertaking of
Command of Naval Forces
Command and Staff College
Athens
5 and Months
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OF-2, OF-3
1-2
Greek/SLP 3333
Sectors of curriculum
a. National Security International Relations Law
b. Leadership Command Decision Making Crisis Management
c. Policy Strategy Diplomacy
d. Operational Art Operational
Planning Conduct of Naval Operations
e. National Interest Issues Training and Informational visits in
various military and non military establishments and sites

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

N AVY

MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

186
115

LARGE CALIBER GUNS (76/62 OTO MELARA)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-NV-BA-0002-GR
HELENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide on board personnel the ability
to operate and maintain
Palaskas T.C / Weapons School
Skaramagkas
2 Weeks
4 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR 01 TO OR 08
10
Greek /SLP 2222
Description
Operating procedures
Ammunition
Maintenance
Fault Finding

Basic knowledge/ experience in gunnery theory

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE

NV-NV-BA-0003-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to operate and control the radar LW 08.
Palaskas Training Center
Skaramagkas
10 days
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

N AVY

OPERATION AND CONTROL OF RADAR LW 08 (BASIC)

OR-1 to OR-9
3-30
Greek/SLP 3333
General Description of the system.
Transmitter cabinet
Receiver cabinet
Cooling unit cabinet
Antenna control cabinet
On board training

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

SKARAMAGKAS

187
115

188
115

LARGE CALIBER GUNS (20mm RHEINMETALL)


CODE

NV-NV-BA-0004-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide on board personnel the ability
to operate and maintain
Palaskas T.C / Weapons School
Skaramagkas
1 Week
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR 01 TO OR 08
15
Greek /SLP 2222
Description
Operating procedures
Ammunition
Maintenance
Fault Finding
Training in aiming/ring with
S-11 training device

Basic knowledge/ experience in gunnery theory

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-NV-BA-0005-GR
HELENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide onboard personnel the ability
to operate and maintain
Palaskas T.C / Weapons School
Skaramagkas
2 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

N AVY

LARGE CALIBER GUNS (5/54 MK 45 MOD 2A)

OR 01 TO OR 08
10
Greek/SLP 2222
Description
Operating procedures
Ammunition
Maintenance
Fault Finding

Basic knowledge/ experience in gunnery theory

SKARAMAGKAS

189
115

190
115

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


OF SURFACE RADAR DECCA - 1226
CODE

NV-NV-BA-0006-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to operate and
maintain the surface radar DECCA
1226
Palaskas Training Center
Skaramagkas
8 days
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
10 -15
Greek/SLP 3333
General Description of the system.
Technical Description of the system.
Repairing and maintenance
On board training

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

SKARAMAGKAS

N AVY

LARGE CALIBER GUNS (20mm OERLIKON)


CODE

NV-NV-BA-0007-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide on board personnel the ability
to operate and maintain
Palaskas T.C / Weapons School
Skaramagkas
1 Weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR 01 TO OR 08
15
Greek /SLP 2222
Description
Operating procedures
Ammunition
Maintenance
Fault Finding

Basic knowledge/ experience in gunnery theory

SKARAMAGKAS

191
115

194
115

MAIN ENGINES / GEARBOXES /PROPELLER SHAFTS


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-NV-BA-0010-GR
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide ability of efciently operating,
diagnosing fault and conducting routine
maintenance in Class SAMOS LSTs
Propulsion Plants.
Landing Ships School
Salamis
11 Days
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OF-1
4 12
Greek / SLP 3333
System Description
System operation
Maintenance procedures
Fault nding

Capable of operating propulsion plant systems

SALAMIS

CODE

NV-SN-BA-0002-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL SCHOOL.
To provide practical training at personal and group level of Ship Navigation
teams.
Hellenic Navy Navigation School of
"PALASKAS" Training Center
Skaramagkas
2 days
1 per 2 months

N AVY

NAVIGATION SIMULATION SYSTEM NTPro 4000

RANK

1 or 2 Ofcers in each of the 3 bridges


2 or 3 Petty ofcers in each of the
3 bridges
MIN MAX QUOTA 3 -15 (3-5 in each of the 3 bridges)
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek / SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Maneuvering according to International Regulation for Preventing Collisions at Sea.
Coastal sailing and precision
Blind Piloting in limited waters.
Emergency procedures with
simulation of damage and limitation of operation of systems,
devices and equipments.
Ship handling procedures like
blind anchoring.
Station keeping in formations.
S.A.R. operations.
Communications procedures.
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

Ofcers of the deck


Petty ofcers on duty at the bridge
with the level of skills to do the following in accordance of STCW 95:
Operate ARPA radar and navigation controls
Perform radar
plotting
Use ARPA
and navigation
information to
control safe
navigation and
collision avoidance
SKARAMAGKAS

195
115

196
115

HELICOPTER UNDERWATER ESCAPE TRAINING SCHOOL


(HELO DUNKER)
CODE

NVSNBA0006GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC NAVY HELICOPTERS SCHOOL


SIMULATION SCHOOL
To expose aircrews and frequent ying passengers either by military or civil aviation to
the experience and related sensations of an
aircraft ditching and capsized into the water,
while providing them with necessary knowledge and skills to egress safely from it.
SCHOOL
Aviation School
LOCATION
Marathon
DURATION
1-2 Days
FREQUENCY 2 per week
RANK
OR-4 to OF-5
MIN MAX QUOTA 4 16
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 1111
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Theoretical elements
Breathing device HEED (characteristics, features, usage)
Life vest activation
Brace position
Orientation position
Escape from capsized seat
Egress procedure analysis
Avoiding and encountering problems during evacuation
Life raft
Rescue hoist procedure

Practical elements
Use of HEED
Life vest under water activation
Escape from capsized seat with
the use of HEED
6 phases Module training (Day
Day with inversion Twilight
with inversion Dark with inversion Day using HEED device
Day with inversion and use of
HEED device)
Use of life raft
Rescue hoist procedure

To be eligible to attend the course, nominees must present to the school a


certied medical examination of their general health condition issued in the
last 30 days before the beginning of their training
Accommodation and food
is not provided by the
Hellenic Navy Helicopter
School but may be provided upon request to the Hellenic Navy General Stuff
for trainees from foreign
countries.
The training elements
are approved by the
HCAA CIRCULAR D2/
G1 30059/9707 and are
as per AMC to Appendix
MARATHON
1 to J.A.R. OPS 3.965 ((a)
(3)(iii)(D)), Water Survival
Training and the trainees
who successfully complete
the Helo Dunker school are
granted with a certicate.

CODE

NV-NV-AD-0001-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to operate and
maintain the DDWCS and R/E MW-08
systems.
Palaskas Training Center
Skaramagkas
20 days
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

N AVY

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF STEERING FIRING


DDWCS AND SURFACE RADAR MW 08 SYSTEMS

OR-9 to OF-1
3-30
Greek / SLP 3333
General Description of the systems.
Technical Description of the systems.
Systems operation
Repairing and maintenance

Capable of operating modern technology systems.

SKARAMAGKAS

197
115

198
115

MAINTENANCE OF RADAR LW - 08 (ADVANCED)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-NV-AD-0003-GR
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To provide the ability to maintain the radar LW 08
Palaskas Training Center
Skaramagkas
5 days
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9
3-30
Greek/SLP 3333
Antenna system
Cooling unit cabinet
Transmitter cabinet
Receiver cabinet
Antenna control unit

Requires attentance of the basic school (Operation and Control of Radar LW 08 (BASIC))

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NVSBAD0004GR
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL SCHOOL
To provide engineering ofcers basic
theoretical and technical knowledge for
their service in submarines.
Submarine
Salamis
It depends on the number of participants
(approx. 3.5 months)
1 to 2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

N AVY

SUBMARINE ENGINEERING OFFICERS COURSE

OF-1
Variable
Greek / SLP 3333
Marine Engineering
General Sub. Description
Electrical Plant
Sub. Ofcers Duties
Piping Systems
Diesel Engines
Auxiliaries

2 years former service in warships

SALAMIS

199
115

200
115

BASIC SUBMARINE PETTY OFFICERS COURSE


CODE

NVSBAD0005GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL SCHOOL
To provide petty ofcers basic theoretical
and technical knowledge for their service
in submarines.
Special Forces
Salamis
25 Days: General
3 14 Days: Specialty
1 to 2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-5 and OR-6


Variable
Greek / SLP 3333
General Sub. Description
Sub. Petty Ofcers Duties
Piping Systems / Auxiliaries

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

N AVY

MISCELLANEOUS

SALAMIS

CODE

NV-MD-ME-0001-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


MEDICAL/ACADEMIC, DIVING AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE COURSE
The overall purpose of the course is to
provide students with a basic knowledge
on Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, in
order to enable them to diagnose and
initiate treatment for diving disorders as
well as to familiarize them with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and its applications.
Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine
Athens
2 weeks
1 per year

N AVY

DIVING AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE COURSE

RANK
OR1 to OR9, WO1 to WO4, OF1 to OF5
MIN MAX QUOTA 3-12
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3232
with appropriate medical terminology

CONTENTS

Introduction in diving physiology.


Medical standards of Fitness to Dive, considerations and contraindications
Recognition and diagnostics of diving related disorders
Practical aspects on the treatment of diving casualties
Elementary knowledge on mechanisms and therapeutic use of Hyperbaric use of Hyperbaric Oxygen.
Basic principles and treatment policies at the Athens Naval Hospital

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Medical Doctors or Registered Nurses, Rescue or other Paramedical personnel will not be accepted.
No previous forma training in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.
Nominees who already hold a title in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine may
be accepted either for updating (full-course) or as observers(one week), and
only if the total number of students does not exceed the course capacity. For
the purpose of updating or updating or observing, corresponding nominees
should state that when applying for appropriate arrangements to take place
(cost calculation, etc).
MISCELLANEOUS Depending of the overall number of trainees,
meals will be provided
and
accommodation
may be provided, upon
request, with additional
cost.
ATHENS

201
115

NAVY COURSES
in
ENGLISH

N AVY

BASIC FIRE FIGHTING SCHOOL (FF-1)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-SN-BA-0001-EN
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL SCHOOL
To increase the ability of on board crew
to engaged with re ghting.
Hellenic Navy Fire Fighting Training Unit.
Skaramagkas
3 days
1 per week

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 10 -15
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English / SLP 3333
CONTENTS
To be familiar with the re ghting equipment.
To carry out rst response reaction in case of re.
To carry out re-entry techniques
in surface ships on board.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Good medical and physical condition.

SKARAMAGKAS

205
115

206
115

NAVIGATION SIMULATION SYSTEM MISTRAL 4000


CODE

NV-SN-BA-0002-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL SCHOOL
To provide practical training at personal
and group level of Ship Navigation teams.
Hellenic Navy Navigation School of
"PALASKAS" training center
Skaramagkas
2 days
1 per 2 months
RANK

1 or 2 Ofcers
4 or 5 Petty ofcers
MIN MAX QUOTA 5 -7
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English / SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Maneuvering according to International Regulation for Preventing Collisions at Sea.
Coastal sailing and precision Piloting in limited waters.
Emergency procedures with
simulation of damage and limitation of operation of systems,
devices and equipments.
Ship handling procedures like
berthing, anchoring and mooring.
Station keeping in formations.
S.A.R. operations.
Communications procedures.
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

N AVY

MISCELLANEOUS

Ofcers of the deck


Petty ofcers on duty at the bridge
with the level of skills to do the following in accordance of STCW 95:
Operate ARPA radar and navigation controls
Perform radar plotting
Use ARPA and navigation information to control safe navigation and
collision avoidance

SKARAMAGKAS

N AVY

FIRE FIGHTING SCHOOL (FF-3)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-SN-BA-0003-EN
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
PRACTICAL SCHOOL
To evaluate the ships re ghting team.
Hellenic Navy Fire Fighting Training Unit.
Skaramagkas
1 day
2-3 per month

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 15 - 20
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English / SLP 3333
CONTENTS
To evaluate the ships re ghting
team.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Good medical and physical condition.

SKARAMAGKAS

207
115

210
115

HELICOPTER UNDERWATER ESCAPE TRAINING SCHOOL


(HELO DUNKER)
CODE

NVSNBA0006EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


SIMULATION SCHOOL
To expose aircrews and frequent ying passengers either by military or civil aviation to
the experience and related sensations of an
aircraft ditching and capsized into the water,
while providing them with necessary knowledge and skills to egress safely from it.
SCHOOL
Aviation School
LOCATION
Marathon
DURATION
1-2 Days
FREQUENCY 2 per week
RANK
OR-4 to OF-5
MIN MAX QUOTA 4 16
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 1111
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Theoretical elements
Breathing device HEED (characteristics, features, usage)
Life vest activation
Brace position
Orientation position
Escape from capsized seat
Egress procedure analysis
Avoiding and encountering problems during evacuation
Life raft
Rescue hoist procedure

Practical elements
Use of HEED
Life vest under water activation
Escape from capsized seat with
the use of HEED
6 phases Module training (Day
Day with inversion Twilight
with inversion Dark with inversion Day using HEED device
Day with inversion and use of
HEED device)
Use of life raft
Rescue hoist procedure

To be eligible to attend the course, nominees must present to the school a


certied medical examination of their general health condition issued in the
last 30 days before the beginning of their training
Accommodation and food
is not provided by the
Hellenic Navy Helicopter
School but may be provided upon request to the Hellenic Navy General Stuff
for trainees from foreign
countries.
The training elements
are approved by the
HCAA CIRCULAR D2/
G1 30059/9707 and are
as per AMC to Appendix
MARATHON
1 to J.A.R. OPS 3.965 ((a)
(3)(iii)(D)), Water Survival
Training and the trainees
who successfully complete
the Helo Dunker school are
granted with a certicate.

N AVY

ADVANCE FIRE FIGHTING SCHOOL (FF-2)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NV-SN-AD-0001-EN
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL SCHOOL
To increase the ability of scene and team
leader in advance level of re ghting.
Hellenic Navy Fire Fighting Training Unit.
Skaramagkas
5 days
1 per six months

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 12 -15
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English / SLP 3333
CONTENTS
To be familiar with advanced
re ghting procedures according
STCW 95 CHAPTER VI/3 SECTION -VI/3
(Advanced Fireghting).

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

To be graduate of the Basic Fire Fighting school (FF-1).


Good medical and physical condition.

SKARAMAGKAS

211
115

212
115

SUBMARINE WATCH OFFICER SIMULATOR TRAINING


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NVSNAD0002EN
HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL / SIMULATION TRAINING
To provide the young Ofcers with the
necessary
fundamental
theoretical
knowledge and simulation training experience, in order to be capable of manoeuvring the submarine with safety when
submerged (deep or at periscope depth).
Simulation
Salamis
10 days
1 to 2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

N AVY

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-1 and OF-2


23
English / SLP 3232
Theoretical background Knowledge for submarine safety when
submerged.
Simulator training for submarine
safety at Periscope Depth (PD),
tactical picture compilation.

Sound propagation fundamentals.


Computer skills: Basic skills in word processing.
Meals and accommodation may be provided.

SALAMIS

CODE

NV-MD-ME-0001-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


MEDICAL/ACADEMIC, DIVING AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE COURSE
The overall purpose of the course is to
provide students with a basic knowledge
on Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, in
order to enable them to diagnose and
initiate treatment for diving disorders as
well as to familiarize them with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and its applications.
Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine
Athens
2 weeks
1 per year

N AVY

DIVING AND HYPERBARIC MEDICINE COURSE

RANK
OR1 to OR9, WO1 to WO4, OF1 to OF5
MIN MAX QUOTA 3-12
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3232
with appropriate medical terminology
CONTENTS

Introduction in diving physiology.


Medical standards of Fitness to Dive, considerations and contraindications
Recognition and diagnostics of diving related disorders
Practical aspects on the treatment of diving casualties
Elementary knowledge on mechanisms and therapeutic use of Hyperbaric
use of Hyperbaric Oxygen.
Basic principles and treatment policies at the Athens Naval Hospital

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Medical Doctors or Registered Nurses, Rescue or other Paramedical personnel will not be accepted.
No previous forma training in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.
Nominees who already hold a title in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine may
be accepted either for updating (full-course) or as observers(one week), and
only if the total number of students does not exceed the course capacity. For
the purpose of updating or updating or observing, corresponding nominees
should state that when applying for appropriate arrangements to take place
(cost calculation, etc).
MISCELLANEOUS Depending of the overall number of trainees,
meals will be provided
and
accommodation
may be provided, upon
request, with additional
cost.
ATHENS

213
115

AIR FORCE COURSES


in
GREEK

A IR F ORCE

AIR FORCE ACADEMY


CODE

AF-AF-AC-0001-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
Turn out career Air Force ofcers
Air force academy
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
4 years
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

Up to 10% of Greek recruit cadets


to Hellenic Air Force Academy
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Pilot - Flight Training, Military
Training, Psychical Training,
Aerodynamics
Aircraft technician Military
Training, Psychical Training,
Computer Networking, ThermoDynamics
Ground Duty Ofcers (determined by Air Forcess yearly
needs and demands) - Military
Training, Psychical Training,
Defense systems & operations
(Air Defence Controllers), Mathematics
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Inter Hellenic exams


More subjects may take place depend on year and contents

ATHENS

217

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

AF-OR-AC-0022-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
Air Force Command and Staff Course
(AFCSC)

1. Understanding the obligations and increase


- improve the Hellenic Air Force cadres ability
to carry out their staff and administrative duties.
2. Consolidating Leadership, Command
and Management principles.
3. Understanding the Doctrine of using the
Air Forces.
4. Studying Air Operations and understanding the principles governing their contact.
5. Improving the Students ability to study, conduct research, write and present staff
papers.
6. Studying modern military strategy and understanding its development and
implementation.
7. Understanding National Power factors and their impact on developing the National
Strategy.
8. Brieng on National Issues and acquiring knowledge concerning the National Policy.
9. Studying and evaluating the geo-strategic environment and the respective threat.
10. Developing conditions enabling the consideration and research in solving
problems or improving situations concerning the Armed Forces.
11. Acquiring comprehensive knowledge of the universal environment through
briengs on International Relations, International Organizations and Alliances.
12. Completing - consolidating the respective theoretical education by participating in
training trips and visits to large formations of the Armed Forces, to places of strategic
signicance (defense areas, industries, great energy units), think tanks, cultural
foundations etc.

A IR F ORCE

AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF

LOCATION Dekelia AFB (Athens)


DURATION 3 - 4 months
FREQUENCY 3 per year

RANK
OF-2 or OF-3
MIN MAX QUOTA maximum 40
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

Communication Staff
Responsibilities
Leadership
Administration
Commandment
Doctrine Strategy
Air Operations
National Affairs
International Relations

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS National Security
Clearance is
required for some
lectures.

ATHENS

219

115
220

AIR FORCE SCHOOL FOR JUNIOR OFFICERS (AFS/JO)


CODE

AF-OR-AC-0023-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
Air Force Command And Staff
1. Understanding the obligations and increase - improve the Hellenic Air Force
cadres ability to carry out their staff and
administrative duties.
2. Consolidating Leadership, Command
and Management principles.
3. Improving the Students ability to study,
conduct research, write and present staff
papers.
4. Brieng on National Issues and acquiring knowledge concerning the National Policy.
5. Acquiring comprehensive knowledge
of the universal environment through
briengs on International Relations, International Organizations and Alliances.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
3 - 4 weeks
7 per year

RANK

A IR F ORCE

OF-1
For Ofcers started as NCOs.
MIN MAX QUOTA maximum 40
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS
Communication

Staff
Responsibilities
Leadership Administration

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

CODE

AF-AF-AC-0031-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
The mission of HAFs Administrative
NCO Academy is to produce NCOs of
administrative specialties, enabling them
to successfully meet the exceptionally
increased obligations as well as the
duties to be assigned to them within
the framework of an organization of
technologically high standards, such as
the Hellenic Air Force.
Administrative
non
Commissioned
Ofcers Academy
Sedes AFB (Thessaloniki)
2 years
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A IR F ORCE

ADMINISTRATIVE NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS ACADEMY

-Up to 56 per year


Greek/SLP 3333
Air eld defense
Meteorologist
Intelligence
Administrative staff
Finance staff

Inter Hellenic exams, graduation of secondary obligatory education


(for Greek nationals only), knowledge of Greek language in sufcient
level

THESSALONIKI

221

115
222

TECHNICIAN NON COMMITIONED OFFICERS ACADEMY


CODE

AF-AF-AC-0032-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
The mission of the academy is to
formulate procient technical NCOs, in
order of them to successfully meet the
demanding obligations and the duties
that they will be assigned to in the
Air Force, which is a high technology
organization.
Technician non Commissioned Ofcers
Academy
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
2 years
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

-Up to 200 per year


Greek/SLP 3333
Aircraft technician
Transport means & Machinery
technician
Electrical systems technician
Airport facilities technicians
Telecommunications

Electronic technician
Flight controller
Supply specialist

Inter Hellenic exams, graduation of secondary obligatory education


(for Greek nationals only), knowledge of Greek language in sufcient
level

ATHENS

A IR F ORCE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-OR-BA-0024-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF
Multilevel teaching of foreign languages
and testing the language skills of the
HAF staff, in order to enhance their
professional capacity, general knowledge
and enable them to serve in positions
whereas the foreign language(s) are a
prerequisite.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
3 months
3 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

6 to 24
Greek/SLP 3333
Grammar
Syntax
Translation
Communication

ALCPT score varyin


from 50 to 70 % for English

ATHENS

223

115
224

INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS (IS)


CODE

AF-OR-BA-0027-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE COMMAND STAFF
To provide the basic and required
knowledge for Ofcers designated to
serve in Intelligence duties.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
6 weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

Ofcers
6 to 20
Greek/SLP 3333
Intelligence Ofce Organization
and Operation
Countries of Interest
National Issues

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

MISCELLANEOUS

National Security Clearance


is required

ATHENS

A IR F ORCE

GROUND TRAINERS (GTS)


CODE

AF-OR-BA-0030-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF
To be able to apply teaching methods
and presentation techniques, required to
effectively instruct ofcers topics related
to their duties.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
5 weeks
6 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All
6 to 24
Greek/SLP 3333
Psycology Learning
Communication
Design Courses
Teaching Media and Audiovisual

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

225

115
228

FLIGHT SAFETY
CODE

AF-OR-AD-0025-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
Flight Safety School (FSS)
Education and Training on Accident
Prevention and Investigation methods
and tools, as well as organization and
operation of ight safety ofces.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
8 weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

MISCELLANEOUS

Ofcers
6 to 25
Greek/SLP 3333
Human Factor
Accident Prevention
Aviation Technology
Accident Investigation

Students with the required rank and appropriate professional experience


(according to national regulation) designated to serve in Flight Safety
Ofces and Accident Investigation Boards in Squadrons, Wings and
Commands.
-

ATHENS

A IR F ORCE

ACCIDENT PREVENTION (APS)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-OR-AD-0026-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF
Education and Training on Accident
Prevention methods and tools, as well
as organization and operation of ight
safety ofces.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
2 - 3 weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
6 to 25
Greek/SLP 3333
Human Factor
Accident Prevention
Hygiene and safety

Students designated to be appointed in Squadrons or Wings Flight


Safety Ofces

ATHENS

229

115
230

TRAINING ADMINISTRATION (TAS ISD)


CODE

AF-OR-AD-0028-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE AND COMMAND STAFF
Training on the Development and
production of Instructional Systems.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
5 weeks
5 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
6 to 20
Greek/SLP 3333
Job requirements
Training requirements
Training objectives and tests
Training and evaluation planning

Minimum professional experience of ve years. Previous Experience as


an Instructor.

ATHENS

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-OR-AD-0029-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF
To train instructors on Crew Resource
Management- Maintenance Resource
Management Operational Resource
Management, in order to perform
respective seminars in their units.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
3 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A IR F ORCE

HUMAN PERFORMANCE IN MILITARY AVIATION

All
15 to 35
Greek/SLP 3333
CRM-MRM-ORM

Academic Instructors Qualication

ATHENS

231

115
232

COMAO PLANNING
CODE

AF-AV-BA-0001-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in effective planning
and brieng of Composite Air Operations (COMAO) considering the existent
assets, abilities and means in order to
maximize the repower.
Comao Planning Course/ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
2 weeks
1 per year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK
OF-1 to OF-3 or OR-7 and above
MIN MAX QUOTA 4 to 25
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

AIR TO AIR/AIR TO GROUND


(1ST WEEK)
DCA OPS
OCA OPS
LL A-A
BVR DEFENCE
IR DEFENCE
HVAA (ATTACK-DEF)
- CONTIGENCY PLANNING
SLOW MOVER PROTECT/ATTACK
SAM REACTIONS
HARM OPS
RECCE
DYNAMIC TARGETING
- CAS - ECAS
- TST
- SCAR
CSAR
ASUW
LL A-G
COMAO PLANNING
AND DEMO
CDEM
TST
WEAPONEERING
NIGHT OPS

COMAO PLANNING
(2ND WEEK)
COMAO/OFFENSIVE
OUNTER AIR OPS
COMAO/ANTI-SURFACE
WARFARE
COMAO/
DYNAMICTARGETING
(CAS-TST + GAAI-SCAR)
COMAO / CSAR

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Ofcers or NCOs
assigned in Fighter
Squadrons (Pilots,
Mission Planners,
Intel).
MISCELLANEOUS Accommodation,
food - drink and
transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

A IR F ORCE

FLIGHT LEADERSHIP
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0005-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training for candidate ight
leaders, in order to fully respond their
new tasks with safety and effectiveness
in every mission.
Air Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
5 days
Twice a year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK
OF-1 to OF-3
MIN MAX QUOTA 4 25
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek /SLP 3333
CONTENTS

ACADEMIC TRAINING

PRACTICAL TRAINING

LEADERSHIP
PREPARATION AND EXECUTION
FLIGHT LEADERS
OF A BRIEFING
RESPONSIBILITIES AND
REVIEW
OBLIGATIONS
LEGISLATION
HUMAN FACTORS
MISSION PREPARATION
FLIGHT MEMBERS TASKS
RECOGNISION AND ENCOUNTER
OF WEATHER
PHRASEOLOGY
AIR TRAFFIC RULES
BRIEFING/DEBRIEFING
TECHNICS
EVALUATION OF FORMATION
MEMBERS/FILLING OF
EVALUATION SHEETS
CRM/ORM AND FLIGHT LEADER
ACCIDENTS
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Ofcers OF-1 up to
OF-3, assigned in
Fighter Squadrons
(Pilots), with the
prospect to be ight
leaders.
MISCELLANEOUS Accommodation,
food, drink and
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

233

115
234

TEST PILOTS
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0007-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in the philosophy of
ight tests concerning the execution
of trials for the certication of aircraft,
weapons, or aircraft systems.
Test Pilots Seminar/ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
5 days
Twice a year

A IR F ORCE

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OF-2 to OF-5
4 to 10
Greek/SLP 3333
TEST PILOTS QUALIFICATION AND TRAINING
TEST FLIGHT WEATHER CRITERIA
INTRO TO AERODYNAMICS
INTRO TO AIRCRAFT STABILITY AND CONTROLLABILITY
DELTA WING CHARACTERIRISTICS
HIGH SPEED AERODYNAMICS
RISK ANALYSIS
SYSTEMS TEST
AIRFRAME STALL
HIGH ANGLE OF ATTACK FLIGHT
SPIN
FLY-BY-WIRE SYSTEM
ENGINE TEST FLIGHT
F-16 TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
-2000 TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
C-130 TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
HELICOPTER TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
OTHER AIRCRAFT TYPE TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS
TEST FLIGHT ACCIDENTS ANALYSIS

Pilots scheduled to
become test Pilots
in their type of A/C.
Accommodation,
food, drink and
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

A IR F ORCE

WEAPONEERING
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0009-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in the advanced
weaponeering analysis concerning the
most effective use of the arsenal that Air
to Ground Squadrons possess.
Weaponeering
Seminar/ir
Tactics
Center
Andravida AFB
5 days
Once a year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OF-1 to OF-3 or OR-7 and above


4 up to 25.
Greek/SLP 3333
INTRODUCTION &
WEAPONEERING BASICS
EBO (EFFECTS BASED OPS)
PROBABILITY THEORY
PILLARS OF WEAPONEERING
WEAPON CHARACTERISTICS
TARGET VULNERABILITY
DELIVERY ACCURACY
WEAPON-TARGET PAIRING
WEAPONEERING A TARGET
COLLATERAL DAMAGE &
RISK ESTIMATES
BDA (BATTLE DAMAGE
ASSESMENT)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Ofcers OF-1
up to OF-3 or
senior NCOs
from OR-7 and
above, assigned
in Squadrons with
Air to Ground role
(Pilots, Mission
Planners, Intel).
MISCELLANEOUS Accommodation,
food, drink and
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

235

115
236

INSTRUMENT FLIGHT
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0011-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
To render students capable of ying
under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)
efciently and safely.
Instrument Flight Training Center (IFTC)
Larissa
3 weeks
3-4 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All ranks
Max 20, Min 6
Greek/SLP 3333
INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION
INSTRUMENT
FLIGHT
PROCEDURES
LIGHTING SYSTEMS
MARKINGS AND SINGS
FLIGHT PLAN
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
PHRASEOLOGY
FLIPS
IFR MISSION PLANNING
COMPUTER BASED TRAINING

Flight experience of at least 150 hrs as a Pilot/Co Pilot


Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be paid
by the participating personnel.

LARISSA

A IR F ORCE

FIGHTER WEAPONS SCHOOL


HELICOPTERS vs FIGHTERS FLIGHT
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-AV-AD-0019-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
AVIATION
Academic training in Air Tactics, Air
Defense systems capabilities, weapon
systems and also, advanced ight
training of the elicopter crews in Air
Operations, simulating the real threat
environment, through use of ghter A/C
and GBAD systems.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
3 weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

OF-2 to OF-5 or OR-7 and above


2 up to 4 Helicopters ight crews (1
Pilot and 1 Co-Pilot each crew)
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

Academic training
(1 week)
Phraseology
Formation responsibilities
Mission planning
Air to air weapons
Air to surface weapons
Surface to air weapons
Fighter id and characteristics
Fighter tactics vs helicopters
Formation and reaction vs ghters
Ground and air trafc regulations

Flight training
(2 weeks)
Helo vs A/C (threat ID with no
reactions)
Helo vs A/C (threat avoidance
with limited reactions)
Helo vs A/C (threat avoidance
with limited full reactions)
Airlift - CSAR Ops

BASIC ENTRY
Flight experience of at least 300 hrs as Pilots in command in the
STANDARDS &
participating Helicopter type (or 300 hrs as Co-Pilots for the Co-pilots).
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS Participating
country must
provide and deploy
2 Helicopters along
with technical
support and
required ground
personnel at
Andravida AFB.
Accommodation,
food, drink and
ANDRAVIDA
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

237

115
238

FIGHTER WEAPONS
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0021-GR

BRANCH

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL


STAFF
TYPE
AVIATION
AIM
Academic training in Weapon Systems
and Air Tactics.
Introduction and evaluation of new
Tactical methods.
Improve the Tactical leadership skills
and ying capability of Aircrew.
Advanced ight training for Fighter Pilots in Air Operations, simulating the real
environment through use of various Defense systems.
Orientation of the Pilots to the Tactical sound use of Airpower in the most
efcient way considering the existent abilities and means in order to maximize
the outcome.
Execution of the missions in a complex and realistic threat environment with
exposure to a wide range of Air-to-Air and Surface-to-Air threat systems.
Effective training of the GBAD personnel in a multiple threat environment
with a wide range of A/G weapons.
SCHOOL
Fighter Weapons School / ir Tactics Center
LOCATION
Andravida AFB
DURATION
12 weeks
FREQUENCY Twice a year
RANK
OF-2 to OF-5
MIN MAX QUOTA 10 to 30 participants (Pilots and GBAD personnel).
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

ACADEMIC TRAINING
(2 WEEKS)

A IR F ORCE

DCA OPS
OCA OPS
LL A-A
BVR DEFENCE
IR DEFENCE
HVAA (ATTACK-DEF)
- CONTIGENCY
PLANNING
SLOW MOVER
PROTECT/ATTACK
SAM REACTIONS
HARM OPS
RECCE
DYNAMIC TARGETING
- CAS ECAS
- TST
- SCAR
CSAR
ASUW
LL A-G
COMAO PLANNING
AND DEMO

ANDRAVIDA

CODE

AF-AV-AD-0021-GR

CONTENTS

CDEM
TST
WEAPONEERING
AIR AND GROUND TRAFFIC AND ROES
FLIGHT RAINING
(10 WEEKS)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

CAP vs OCA
CAP vs OCA
CAP vs STRIKE
CAP vs COMAO
CAP vs COMAO

MISCELLANEOUS

(2 vs 4 DACT)
(4 vs 4 DACT)
(2 vs 2 LOW LEVEL DACT)
(DAY MISSIONS)
(NIGHT MISSION)

A IR F ORCE

FIGHTER WEAPONS

Flight experience of at least 500 hrs in the participating A/C type as


a Fighter Pilot (front seat) and mission ready.
Qualication as a four ship ight leader
DACT qualied in high and low altitude (300FT AGL) ACT missions.
Aircrew must be current in night ying and must have an adequate
IFR rating.
Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
software presentations (e.g., PPT presentations).
Participating country must provide and deploy 4 Fighter A/C along with
technical support and required ground personnel at Andravida AFB.
At least two of the A/C must be double seated for training purposes
(HFWS Instructors will y in the back seat). This allows airborne
mission supervision by the HFWS staff. Units tasked to provide a
two-seater should also provide all necessary safety equipment, in a
selection of different sizes, to equip HFWS staff members who may
y in the back seat.
In case that GBAD personnel is part of the training program,
participating country must provide and deploy appropriate GBAD
system/s, along with technical support and required ground personnel
at Andravida AFB. If this is not possible, the GBAD personnel may
participate only in the Academic training.
Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

239

115
240

AIR TO GROUND OPERATIONS (AGOS)


CODE

AF-OR-AD-0013-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


OPERATIONAL
Academic training in Close Air
Support (CAS) Missions of all the
armed forces (Army-Navy-Air Force).
Exercise in planning of Close Air
Support (CAS) Missions.
Execution of Close Air Support (CAS)
Missions.
Air Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
4 weeks
2 a year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK
OF-1 to OF-3 or OR-7 and above
MIN MAX QUOTA 8 to10
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

Academic Training
(2 weeks)

A IR F ORCE

Basic map and compass skill sets


Close air support mission planning
Types of control TRA
Bomb on target, bomb on coordinate
Close air support decision-making process
Aircraft check-in and situation update
9-line
Remarks/restrictions/battle damage assessment
Aircraft deconiction
Target talk-on
Enhanced target description
Aircraft weapons
Fighter aircraft close air support capabilities
Fighter aircraft tactics, techniques and procedures
Night close air support
planning and control
Introduction to re
Artillery and mortar callfor-re
Artillery munitions notes
Artillery call-for-re
adjustments
Airspace coordination
area development
Surface to air threats
ANDRAVIDA
Joint suppression of
enemy air defenses
Sead CAS lab
Rotary-wing aircraft
capabilities
Rotary-wing combat
operations

CODE
CONTENTS

AF-OR-AD-0013-GR

Battleeld geometry
Collateral damage and civilian casualty
Air and ground laser designator operations
Laser weapons planning and employment
Urban close air support
Basic map and compass skill sets (Urban)
Practical Training
(2 Weeks)

Preparation and planning of cas missions


Execution of cas missions
- Basic CAS
- High hreat
- Urban CAS
- Live Ordnance
- Night CAS
- Dynamic
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A IR F ORCE

AIR TO GROUND OPERATIONS (AGOS)

Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be paid


by the participating personnel.
Nato Clearance

241

115
242

WATER SURVIVAL
CODE

AF-OR-AD-0045-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


SEA/OPEN WATER SURVIVAL
TRAINING COURSE FOR AIRCREW
1. To impart knowledge and prociency
required to survive after a bail out/ ditching over water.
2. To impart knowledge and prociency
in using rafts and survival equipment.
3. To draw the aircrew attention to the
aspects and dangers of a sea survival
situation.
120 Flight Training Wing
Kalamata
1 week
22 per year

RANK
MIN
QUOTA

All
MAX Fighter Aircrafts Initial Training: 17 trainees / Course
Fighter Aircrafts Continuation Training: 22 trainees/Course
Rotary Wing Aircrafts / Helicopters Training: 30 trainees/Course
L A N G U A G E / Greek/SLP 3333
LEVEL
CONTENTS
ACADEMIC
PRACTICE
Sea Survival Sea Environmental
Raft Drill
diversities
Open water exercise real time
Introduction to Ropes and
Bail out and ditching procedures
Knots
Bail out and parachuting drill
Medical Aspects
Parachuting
over
water
Technical Aspects: equipment
exercise
Technical Aspects: procedures
Parachute Release failure Demonstration of the used
drugged by full blown canopy
equipment

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Current Medical Certicate.


Max Trainees Weight for Fighter Aircrafts Training: 120 Kilograms
(Parasail Limit).

MISCELLANEOUS
All trainees should wear BDUs on arrival
All necessary Training Equipment is
provided by the WSS apart from pilot
uniforms and swimming suits.
Parachute related training is provided at the
Fighter Aircrafts Training (Init. and Cont)
Fighter Aircrafts Initial Training: 3 Days
Academic/1 Day Practice/1 Day Night
Training
Fighter Aircrafts - Continuation Training: 2
Days Academic/1 Day Practice
Rotary Wing Aircrafts/ Helicopters
Training: 3 Days Academic/1 Day
Practice

KALAMATA

A IR F ORCE

DISASTER RESPONSE
CODE

AF-OR-AD-0056-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


OTHER
To provide HAF with personnel capable of
conducting disaster response operations
on debris and rescuing trapped people.
206 infrastructure Wing
Ano Liosia
8 Weeks
According to operational demands
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

All
5 to 15
Greek/SLP 3333
Use of personal safety equipment
Use of searching equipment
Use of debris penetration, cutting
and breaking equipment
Disaster area management
Debris supporting techniques
Debris penetration techniques
Disaster response operations

Participants must meet certain physical and mental health standards


and be able of accomplishing the following tests.
a) 20 push up
b) 25 sit-ups
c) 6 pull-up
d) 2400 metres run (test cooper) criteria according to certain tables
relevant to the participants age

ATHENS

243

115
246

BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (NCOs)


CODE

AF-TL-BA-0015-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Prepare students to be effective Electronic
Warfare (EW) Staff NCOs or EW Co-ordination Cell members by providing instruction on the planning and conduct of EW in
support of the full spectrum of operations.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
3 weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL

CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-7 and above


15 to 30
Greek/SLP 3333

THE ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY


INTRODUCTION TO DECIBEL
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
RADAR
COMMUNICATION
ESM
ECM
EPM
RADAR JAMMING
COM JAMMING

SPREAD SPECTRUM
EMCON
DATA LINKS
AEW RADARS
ANTI-RADAR MISSILES/SEAD
MISSIONS
HARPY
ASTAC
ELECTRO-OPTICS
ADVANCED TOPICS

Senior NCOs from OR-7 and above assigned in EW role.


Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
software presentations (e.g., PPT presentations).

A IR F ORCE

MISCELLANEOUS Student presentations in self-selected topics such as national or


service-specic EW equipment, organizations and methodologies. The
purpose is to diffuse the knowledge and expertise of the student body
and to exercise their communication skills.
Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

CODE

AF-TL-BA-0064-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Prepare students to be effective Electronic
Warfare (EW) Staff ofcers or EW Co-ordination Cell members by providing instruction on the planning and conduct of EW in
support of the full spectrum of operations.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
3 weeks
Once a year

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (OFFICERS)

RANK
OF-2 to OF-5
MIN MAX QUOTA 15 up to 30
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

THE ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY


INTRODUCTION TO DECIBEL
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
RADAR
COMMUNICATION
ESM, ECM,
RADAR JAMMING
COM JAMMING
SPREAD SPECTRUM
EMCON
DATA LINKS

AEW RADARS
ANTI-RADAR MISSILES/SEAD
MISSIONS
HARPY
ASTAC
ELECTRO-OPTICS
ADVANCED TOPICS
A/G WEAPONS
A/A WEAPONS
GBAD

BASIC ENTRY
Ofcers OF-2 to OF-5, assigned in EW role.
STANDARDS &
Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
PREREQUISITE
software presentations (e.g. PPT presentations).
MISCELLANEOUS Student presentations in self-selected topics such as national or
service-specic EW equipment, organizations and methodologies. The
purpose is to diffuse the knowledge and expertise of the student body
and to exercise their communication skills.
Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

247

115
248

ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEM SUPPORT PERSONNEL


(BASIC COURSE)
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-TL-BA-0033-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
hands on skills in order to aid attendees
becoming able to work in electronic
warfare system support.
128 Electronics Training Unit
Kavouri/Athens
5 weeks
1 per year, (February)

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
5 to 14
Greek/SLP 3332
Electronic warfare in communication systems
Electronic warfare in radio frequency (RF) systems
Electronic warfare in infrared
and electro optic systems

Students must be graduates from electronics school either private or


military and desirably have basic computer use skills background.

ATHENS

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-TL-AD-0003-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL
Air Trafc Controller certied in GCA
(Ground Control Approach) must be able
to guide A/C to land safely.
114 CW
Tanagra AFB
5 weeks
1 or 2 times per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A IR F ORCE

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS GROUND CONTROL APPROACH

All
6 to 10
Greek/SLP 3333
RADAR EQUIPMENTS ADJUSTMENTS.
LEARNING STANDARDIZATION PHRASEOLOGY FOR INSTRUCTIONS TO THE AIRCRAFT.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE A/C FOR TRAINING PURPOSES.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE A/C TO LAND
SAFELY IN BAD WEATHER CONDITIONS.
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE A/C TO LAND
SAFELY IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS.

Certied in Air Trafc Control Tower and Approach.


Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be paid
by the participating personnel.

ATHENS

249

115
250

ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEM SUPPORT PROGRAMMERS


(ADVANCED COURSE)
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0034-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
hands on skills in order to aid attendees
becoming able in electronic warfare
system programming.
128 Electronic Training Unit
Kavouri/Athens
4 weeks
Once a year, (March usually following
the Basic course)
RANK
-MIN MAX QUOTA 5-14
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3332
CONTENTS
ESM / RWR receiver recording analysis
Electronic warfare systems programming
Presentation of MACE and EMBOW NATO
Exercise results
Electronic Warfare modeling with MATLAB
RADAR jamming modeling and analysis tools

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

MISCELLANEOUS

1. Students must be graduates from electronics school either private or


military and have basic computer use skills background.
2. Students must have attended the BASIC course (AF-TL-BA-0033GR)

ATHENS

A IR F ORCE

FREQUENCY MANAGEMENT COURSE


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-TL-AD-0035-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
hands on skills in order to aid attendees
becoming able to work in various
frequency management positions.
128 Electronic Training Unit
128 Electronics Training Unit (Kavouri/
Athens)
2 weeks
1 per year, (October)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
5 to18
Greek/SLP 3332
Introduction to Electromagnetic Spectrum and
Frequency management fundamentals
Antennae and transmission line fundamentals
HF, UHF, VHF/FM propagation
Electromagnetic compatibility and interference
Telecommunication systems sitting and
engineering
ITU and other spectrum management authorities
Wartime frequency management
Hellenic Army, Navy, Airforce, Commercial Air
frequency allocation and allotment

Students must be graduates from electronics school either private or


military and have basic computer use skills background.
School consists of two (2) weeks. One week is dedicated to general
frequency management issues. The other week is dedicated in Hellenic
frequency management issues therefore are considered HIGHLY
classied and STRICTLY apply to Hellenic ofcers only.

ATHENS

251

115
252

PC MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS COURSE


CODE

AF-TL-AD-0036-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
skills in order to aid attendees becoming
hardware software maintenance specialists.
Students must have electronics and basic computer skills background
128 Electronic Training Unit
Kavouri/Athens
6 weeks
2 per year (January and June)

A IR F ORCE

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

All
5 to 14
Greek/SLP 3332
Basic PC principles
PC structural identication
PC setup
Installations with various operational systems (eg.
MS DOS, MS WINDOWS, UNIX, LINUX
Dual operational system installation and use of
Boot Loader
Various peripherals (eg. printers, scanners etc)
Networks
Network Protocols
Client-server (XP, VISTA, 2000, 2003, LINUX)
network realization and administration
Hardware software problem fault isolation and repair
Different useful utilities
Data recovery RAID categories
Monitors signal transmission and analysis from
video card
Computers and Working environment health
issues

Students must be
graduates from
electronics school
either private
or military and
desirably have
basic computer use
skills background.
ATHENS

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-TL-AD-0037-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
hands on skills in order to aid attendees
becoming GCA Radar maintenance
technicians.
128 Electronics Training Unit
Kavouri/Athens
11 weeks
1 per year, (March)

A IR F ORCE

GCA RADAR MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS COURSE

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA 5-18
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3332
CONTENTS
Basic Radar principles
Basic GCA Radar principles
NATO type ASRB-1 Radar theory
and practice
NATO type MTS 1/16 Screen
theory and practice
NATO type AN/FPN-36 Radar
theory and practice
NATO type AN/MPN-13 /S Radar
theory and practice
NATO type AN/MPN-13 /X Radar
theory and practice
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Students must be graduates from electronics school either private or


military and have basic computer use skills background.

ATHENS

253

115
254

WIRED COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK / INFRASTRUCTURE


MAINTENANCE SCHOOL
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0038-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
hands on skills in order to aid attendees
becoming wired communications network
/ infrastructure maintenance specialists.
128 Electronics Training Unit
Kavouri/Athens
5 weeks
1 per year, (January)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
to 18
Greek/SLP 3332
Wired transmission line fundamentals
Various underground cables
Various Indoor network cable
types
Wired indoor and outdoor network
design and conguration
Structured cabling
Hands on training in fault isolation
and repair in underground cables
Hands on training in fault isolation
and repair in structured cable networks

Students must be graduates from electronics school either private or


military and desirably have basic computer use skills background.

ATHENS

A IR F ORCE

SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0039-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge
and skills in order inspect and maintain
survival equipment.
123 Technical Training Wing
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
5 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All
5 to 15
Greek/SLP 3333
Theoretical and general knowledge for survivor kits of: F-4,
F-16, M-2000 and T-6
Practice of packing parachute of
F-4.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

255

115
256

MUNITIONS STORAGE, MAINTENANCE AND TRANSPORTATION


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-TL-AD-0040-GR
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
MUNITIONS
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
skills to Armament Specialists, in order
to store, inventory, maintain, ship, issue
and transport all types of HAF munitions.
123 Technical Training Wing
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
4 weeks
2 per year

A IR F ORCE

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All
5 to 20
Greek/SLP 3333
The necessary theoretical knowledge regarding
the storage, maintenance and transportation of
munitions. More specically:
1. Munitions security and safety principles and
requirements.
2. Explosives properties and characteristics.
3
Munitions storage requirements and storage
magazine types.
4. Munitions Quantity-Distance (QD) criteria and
compatibility requirements.
5. Technical Order System.
6. Munitions general maintenance procedures.
7. Munitions serviceability procedures.
8. HAF munitions characteristics.
9. Munitions Handling Equipment general
characteristics.
10. Munitions road, rail, air and sea transportation
principles and requirements.
Basic training and practice regarding the use
of Munitions Handling Equipment and the
transportation of munitions.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

CODE

AF-TL-AD-0041-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


FORCE PROTECTION
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
skills in order to aid EOD technicians into
Detection, Identication, Render Safe,
Recovery, Evaluation and Disposal of
Explosive Ordnance employed by any
Nation.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal School
(EOD)
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
13 weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DESPOSAL SCHOOL (EOD)

All
5 to 12
Greek/SLP 3333
Core
Ground Ordnance
Air Ordnance
Bio-Chem Munitions

Students criteria derive from HAFs orders. According to this, only


Armament Technicians less than ve (5) years experience could attend
the course.

MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

257

115
258

STRUCTURAL REPAIR
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0051-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Knowledge upgrade for sheet metal
working general practices
HAF AIRCRAFT FACTORY
Elefsis
8 weeks
One per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All ranks and civilian personnel


5 min 15 max
Greek/SLP 3333
General descriptions of main
elements in aircraft structures
Damage assessments
General working practices
Material and identications
Fastener
Metal working
Typical repair examples

Basic ight theory

ELEFSIS

A IR F ORCE

N.D.I.
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0053-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Training in the methology Aircraft Battle
Damage Repair (A.B.D.R.)
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
2 Weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All Ranks and Civilion Personel


5 to 30
Greek/SLP 3333
Basic training of metallurgy
Optical inspection method
Magnetic inspection method
Liquid penetrant inspection
method
Eddy current inspection method
Ultrasonic inspection method
Radiography inspection method

Must be experienced aircraft technical


During the school there is also practical training for all methods

ELEFSIS

259

115
260

AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR I TECHNICAL


CODE

AF-TL-AD-0057-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Training in the methology A.B.D.R
(aircraft battle damage repair)
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
2 Weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

MISCELLANEOUS

ALL
5 to 30
Greek/SLP 3333
Structural repair
Electrical and avionics system repair
Mechanical system repair
Pneudraulic system repair
Fuel system repair

Must experienced aircraft technical


During the school there is also practical training in the metho-logy
A.B.D.R

ELEFSIS

CODE

AF-TL-AD-0058-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Training in the methology A.B.D.R
(aircraft battle demage repair)
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
2 Weeks
2 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All ranks and civilian personnel


5 to 30
Greek/SLP 3333
Damage assessment
Structural repair
Electrical and avionics system repair
Mechanical system repair
Pneudraulic system repair
Fuel system repair

A IR F ORCE

AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR II ASSESSOR

Must be experienced aircraft engineer


Aircraft battle damage repair i technical
Experience on the type of aircaraft
During the school there is also practical training in the metho-logy
A.B.D.R (damage assessment)

ELEFSIS

261

115
262

COMPOSITE MATERIALS
CODE

AF-TL-AD-00059-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
To make aircraft maintenance personnel
familiar with composite materials and
provide them with necessary knowledge
of general repairs of aircrafts composite
structures and parts
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
3 weeks
2 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All ranks and civilian personnel


5 to 10
Greek/SLP 3333
a. Theoretical
1. Introduction to composite materials
2. Health & safety hazards safety
measures
3. Codication of layered composites
4. Manufacturing methods
5. Failure criteria
6. Damage tolerance
7. Non destructive inspection methods
8. Composite repairs
9. Electrical and avionics system repair
10. Mechanical system repair
11. Pneudraulic system repair
12. Fuel system repair

A IR F ORCE

b. Practical
Composite repairs on composite structural
parts of aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft
system (rpas)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

1. Military aircraft
type rating
qualication
2. B1 or c aircraft
maintenance
license
ELEFSIS

A IR F ORCE

CALIBRATION TECHNICIANS
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0066-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Theoretical training of personnel which is
going to perform calibration tasks at the
calibration agency or at the calibration
laboratories of the Hellenic air force
Calibration Agency
Vironas, Athens
5 Weeks
2 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
4 to 8
Greek/SLP 3333
Safety issues
Introduction to metrology
Calibration notions and terms
Use of Technical Orders and commercial Manuals
Traceability
Connectors and cable types
Error, correction factors
Accuracy
Instrument scales
RMS and Form factors
Error types
Decibel-Power Ratio
Pulse parameters
Modulation
Temperature
Humidity
Torque

As a minimum standard the Attendees should be technicians from the


Technical non commissioned ofcers Academies of the Armed forces or
graduates from a Technological Educational Institute
This theoretical
training is usually
followed by the On
the job training (OJT)
for a period of 6
months (for complete
coverage of all
calibration elds)

ATHENS

263

AIR FORCE COURSES


in
ENGLISH

A IR F ORCE

COMAO PLANNING
CODE

AF-AV-BA-0002-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in effective planning
and brieng of Composite Air Operations (COMAO) considering the existent
assets, abilities and means in order to
maximize the repower.
Comao Planning Course/ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
2 weeks
1 per year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK
OF-1 to OF-3 or OR-7 and above
MIN MAX QUOTA 4 to 25
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

AIR TO AIR/AIR TO GROUND


(1ST WEEK)
DCA OPS
OCA OPS
LL A-A
BVR DEFENCE
IR DEFENCE
HVAA (ATTACK-DEF)
- CONTIGENCY PLANNING
SLOW MOVER PROTECT/ATTACK
SAM REACTIONS
HARM OPS
RECCE
DYNAMIC TARGETING
- CAS - ECAS
- TST
- SCAR
CSAR
ASUW
LL A-G
COMAO PLANNING
AND DEMO
CDEM
TST
WEAPONEERING
NIGHT OPS

COMAO PLANNING
(2ND WEEK)
COMAO/OFFENSIVE
OUNTER AIR OPS
COMAO/ANTI-SURFACE
WARFARE
COMAO/
DYNAMICTARGETING
(CAS-TST + GAAI-SCAR)
COMAO / CSAR

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Ofcers or NCOs
assigned in Fighter
Squadrons (Pilots,
Mission Planners,
Intel).
MISCELLANEOUS Accommodation,
food - drink and
transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

267

115
268

FLIGHT LEADERSHIP
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0004-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training for candidate ight
leaders, in order to fully respond their
new tasks with safety and effectiveness
in every mission.
Air Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
5 days
Twice a year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK
OF-1 to OF-3
MIN MAX QUOTA 4 25
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

ACADEMIC TRAINING

PRACTICAL TRAINING

A IR F ORCE

LEADERSHIP
PREPARATION AND EXECUTION
FLIGHT LEADERS
OF A BRIEFING
RESPONSIBILITIES AND
REVIEW
OBLIGATIONS
LEGISLATION
HUMAN FACTORS
MISSION PREPARATION
FLIGHT MEMBERS TASKS
RECOGNISION AND ENCOUNTER
OF WEATHER
PHRASEOLOGY
AIR TRAFFIC RULES
BRIEFING/DEBRIEFING
TECHNICS
EVALUATION OF FORMATION
MEMBERS/FILLING OF
EVALUATION SHEETS
CRM/ORM AND FLIGHT LEADER
ACCIDENTS
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Ofcers OF-1 up to
OF-3, assigned in
Fighter Squadrons
(Pilots), with the
prospect to be ight
leaders.
MISCELLANEOUS Accommodation,
food, drink and
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

CODE

AF-AV-AD-0006-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in the philosophy of
ight tests concerning the execution
of trials for the certication of aircraft,
weapons, or aircraft systems.
Test Pilots Seminar/ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
5 days
Twice a year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

A IR F ORCE

TEST PILOTS

OF-2 to OF-5
4 to 10
English/SLP 3333
TEST PILOTS QUALIFICATION AND TRAINING
TEST FLIGHT WEATHER CRITERIA
INTRO TO AERODYNAMICS
INTRO TO AIRCRAFT STABILITY AND CONTROLLABILITY
DELTA WING CHARACTERIRISTICS
HIGH SPEED AERODYNAMICS
RISK ANALYSIS
SYSTEMS TEST
AIRFRAME STALL
HIGH ANGLE OF ATTACK FLIGHT
SPIN
FLY-BY-WIRE SYSTEM
ENGINE TEST FLIGHT
F-16 TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
-2000 TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
C-130 TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
HELICOPTER TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
OTHER AIRCRAFT TYPE TEST FLIGHT ANALYSIS
HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHT CHARACTERISTICS
TEST FLIGHT ACCIDENTS ANALYSIS

Pilots scheduled to
become test Pilots
in their type of A/C.
Accommodation,
food, drink and
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

269

115
270

WEAPONEERING
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0008-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in the advanced
weaponeering analysis concerning the
most effective use of the arsenal that Air
to Ground Squadrons possess.
Weaponeering
Seminar/ir
Tactics
Center
Andravida AFB
5 days
Once a year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OF-1 to OF-3 or OR-7 and above


4 up to 25.
English/SLP 3333
INTRODUCTION &
WEAPONEERING BASICS
EBO (EFFECTS BASED OPS)
PROBABILITY THEORY
PILLARS OF WEAPONEERING
WEAPON CHARACTERISTICS
TARGET VULNERABILITY
DELIVERY ACCURACY
WEAPON-TARGET PAIRING
WEAPONEERING A TARGET
COLLATERAL DAMAGE &
RISK ESTIMATES
BDA (BATTLE DAMAGE
ASSESMENT)

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Ofcers OF-1
up to OF-3 or
senior NCOs
from OR-7 and
above, assigned
in Squadrons with
Air to Ground role
(Pilots, Mission
Planners, Intel).
MISCELLANEOUS Accommodation,
food, drink and
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

A IR F ORCE

INSTRUMENT FLIGHT
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0010-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
To render students capable of ying
under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)
efciently and safely.
Instrument Flight Training Center (IFTC)
Larissa
3 weeks
3-4 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All ranks
Max 20, Min 6
English/SLP 3333
INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION
INSTRUMENT
FLIGHT
PROCEDURES
LIGHTING SYSTEMS
MARKINGS AND SINGS
FLIGHT PLAN
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
PHRASEOLOGY
FLIPS
IFR MISSION PLANNING
COMPUTER BASED TRAINING

Flight experience of at least 150 hrs as a Pilot/Co Pilot


Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be paid
by the participating personnel.

LARISSA

271

115
272

FIGHTER WEAPONS SCHOOL


HELICOPTERS vs FIGHTERS FLIGHT
CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-AV-AD-0018-EN
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
AVIATION
Academic training in Air Tactics, Air
Defense systems capabilities, weapon
systems and also, advanced ight
training of the elicopter crews in Air
Operations, simulating the real threat
environment, through use of ghter A/C
and GBAD systems.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
3 weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

OF-2 to OF-5 or OR-7 and above


2 up to 4 Helicopters ight crews (1
Pilot and 1 Co-Pilot each crew)
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

Academic training
(1 week)
Phraseology
Formation responsibilities
Mission planning
Air to air weapons
Air to surface weapons
Surface to air weapons
Fighter id and characteristics
Fighter tactics vs helicopters
Formation and reaction vs ghters
Ground and air trafc regulations

Flight training
(2 weeks)
Helo vs A/C (threat ID with no
reactions)
Helo vs A/C (threat avoidance
with limited reactions)
Helo vs A/C (threat avoidance
with limited full reactions)
Airlift - CSAR Ops

BASIC ENTRY
Flight experience of at least 300 hrs as Pilots in command in the
STANDARDS &
participating Helicopter type (or 300 hrs as Co-Pilots for the Co-pilots).
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS Participating
country must
provide and deploy
2 Helicopters along
with technical
support and
required ground
personnel at
Andravida AFB.
Accommodation,
food, drink and
ANDRAVIDA
transportation
expenses are
to be paid by
the participating
personnel.

CODE

AF-AV-AD-0020-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


AVIATION
Academic training in Weapon Systems
and Air Tactics.
Introduction and evaluation of new
Tactical methods.
Improve the Tactical leadership skills
and ying capability of Aircrew.
Advanced ight training for Fighter Pilots in Air Operations, simulating the real
environment through use of various Defense systems.
Orientation of the Pilots to the Tactical sound use of Airpower in the most
efcient way considering the existent abilities and means in order to maximize
the outcome.
Execution of the missions in a complex and realistic threat environment with
exposure to a wide range of Air-to-Air and Surface-to-Air threat systems.
Effective training of the GBAD personnel in a multiple threat environment
with a wide range of A/G weapons.
SCHOOL
Fighter Weapons School / ir Tactics Center
LOCATION
Andravida AFB
DURATION
12 weeks
FREQUENCY Twice a year

A IR F ORCE

FIGHTER WEAPONS

RANK
OF-2 to OF-5
MIN MAX QUOTA 10 to 30 participants (Pilots and GBAD personnel).
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

ACADEMIC TRAINING
(2 WEEKS)

DCA OPS
OCA OPS
LL A-A
BVR DEFENCE
IR DEFENCE
HVAA (ATTACK-DEF)
- CONTIGENCY
PLANNING
SLOW MOVER
PROTECT/ATTACK
SAM REACTIONS
HARM OPS
RECCE
DYNAMIC TARGETING
- CAS ECAS
- TST
- SCAR
CSAR
ASUW
LL A-G
COMAO PLANNING
AND DEMO

ANDRAVIDA

273

115
274

FIGHTER WEAPONS
CODE

AF-AV-AD-0020-EN

CONTENTS

CDEM
TST
WEAPONEERING
AIR AND GROUND TRAFFIC AND ROES
FLIGHT RAINING
(10 WEEKS)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

CAP vs OCA
CAP vs OCA
CAP vs STRIKE
CAP vs COMAO
CAP vs COMAO

MISCELLANEOUS

A IR F ORCE

(2 vs 4 DACT)
(4 vs 4 DACT)
(2 vs 2 LOW LEVEL DACT)
(DAY MISSIONS)
(NIGHT MISSION)

Flight experience of at least 500 hrs in the participating A/C type as


a Fighter Pilot (front seat) and mission ready.
Qualication as a four ship ight leader
DACT qualied in high and low altitude (300FT AGL) ACT missions.
Aircrew must be current in night ying and must have an adequate
IFR rating.
Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
software presentations (e.g., PPT presentations).
Participating country must provide and deploy 4 Fighter A/C along with
technical support and required ground personnel at Andravida AFB.
At least two of the A/C must be double seated for training purposes
(HFWS Instructors will y in the back seat). This allows airborne
mission supervision by the HFWS staff. Units tasked to provide a
two-seater should also provide all necessary safety equipment, in a
selection of different sizes, to equip HFWS staff members who may
y in the back seat.
In case that GBAD personnel is part of the training program,
participating country must provide and deploy appropriate GBAD
system/s, along with technical support and required ground personnel
at Andravida AFB. If this is not possible, the GBAD personnel may
participate only in the Academic training.
Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (NCOs)


CODE

AF-TL-BA-0014-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Prepare students to be effective Electronic
Warfare (EW) Staff NCOs or EW Co-ordination Cell members by providing instruction on the planning and conduct of EW in
support of the full spectrum of operations.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
3 weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL

CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-7 and above


15 to 30
English/SLP 3333

THE ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY


INTRODUCTION TO DECIBEL
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
RADAR
COMMUNICATION
ESM
ECM
EPM
RADAR JAMMING
COM JAMMING

SPREAD SPECTRUM
EMCON
DATA LINKS
AEW RADARS
ANTI-RADAR MISSILES/SEAD
MISSIONS
HARPY
ASTAC
ELECTRO-OPTICS
ADVANCED TOPICS

Senior NCOs from OR-7 and above assigned in EW role.


Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
software presentations (e.g., PPT presentations).

MISCELLANEOUS Student presentations in self-selected topics such as national or


service-specic EW equipment, organizations and methodologies. The
purpose is to diffuse the knowledge and expertise of the student body
and to exercise their communication skills.
Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

275

115
276

BASIC ELECTRONIC WARFARE (OFFICERS)


CODE

AF-TL-BA-0065-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


Prepare students to be effective Electronic
Warfare (EW) Staff ofcers or EW Co-ordination Cell members by providing instruction on the planning and conduct of EW in
support of the full spectrum of operations.
ir Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
3 weeks
Once a year
RANK
OF-2 to OF-5
MIN MAX QUOTA 15 up to 30
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333

CONTENTS

THE ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY


INTRODUCTION TO DECIBEL
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
RADAR
COMMUNICATION
ESM, ECM,
RADAR JAMMING
COM JAMMING
SPREAD SPECTRUM
EMCON
DATA LINKS

AEW RADARS
ANTI-RADAR MISSILES/SEAD
MISSIONS
HARPY
ASTAC
ELECTRO-OPTICS
ADVANCED TOPICS
A/G WEAPONS
A/A WEAPONS
GBAD

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
Ofcers OF-2 to OF-5, assigned in EW role.
STANDARDS &
Computer skills: Students must be able to support their briengs with
PREREQUISITE
software presentations (e.g. PPT presentations).
MISCELLANEOUS Student presentations in self-selected topics such as national or
service-specic EW equipment, organizations and methodologies. The
purpose is to diffuse the knowledge and expertise of the student body
and to exercise their communication skills.
Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be
paid by the participating personnel.

ANDRAVIDA

A IR F ORCE

SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0042-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge
and skills in order inspect and maintain
survival equipment.
123 Technical Training Wing
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
5 weeks
1 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All
5 to 15
English/SLP 3333
Theoretical and general knowledge for survivor kits of: F-4,
F-16, M-2000 and T-6
Practice of packing parachute of
F-4.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

277

115
278

MUNITIONS STORAGE, MAINTENANCE AND TRANSPORTATION


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-TL-AD-0043-EN
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
MUNITIONS
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
skills to Armament Specialists, in order
to store, inventory, maintain, ship, issue
and transport all types of HAF munitions.
123 Technical Training Wing
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
4 weeks
2 per year

A IR F ORCE

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All
5 to 20
English/SLP 3333
The necessary theoretical knowledge regarding
the storage, maintenance and transportation of
munitions. More specically:
1. Munitions security and safety principles and
requirements.
2. Explosives properties and characteristics.
3
Munitions storage requirements and storage
magazine types.
4. Munitions Quantity-Distance (QD) criteria and
compatibility requirements.
5. Technical Order System.
6. Munitions general maintenance procedures.
7. Munitions serviceability procedures.
8. HAF munitions characteristics.
9. Munitions Handling Equipment general
characteristics.
10. Munitions road, rail, air and sea transportation
principles and requirements.
Basic training and practice regarding the use
of Munitions Handling Equipment and the
transportation of munitions.

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

CODE

AF-TL-AD-0044-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


FORCE PROTECTION
The purpose of the school is to provide
the necessary theoretical knowledge and
skills in order to aid EOD technicians into
Detection, Identication, Render Safe,
Recovery, Evaluation and Disposal of
Explosive Ordnance employed by any
Nation.
Explosive Ordnance Disposal School
(EOD)
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
13 weeks
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DESPOSAL SCHOOL (EOD)

All
5 to 12
English/SLP 3333
Core
Ground Ordnance
Air Ordnance
Bio-Chem Munitions

Students criteria derive from HAFs orders. According to this, only


Armament Technicians less than ve (5) years experience could attend
the course.

MISCELLANEOUS

ATHENS

279

115
280

STRUCTURAL REPAIR
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0052-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Knowledge upgrade for sheet metal
working general practices
HAF AIRCRAFT FACTORY
Elefsis
8 weeks
One per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All ranks and civilian personnel


5 min 15 max
English/SLP 3333
General descriptions of main
elements in aircraft structures
Damage assessments
General working practices
Material and identications
Fastener
Metal working
Typical repair examples

Basic ight theory

ELEFSIS

A IR F ORCE

N.D.I.
CODE

AF-TL-AD-0054-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Training in the methology Aircraft Battle
Damage Repair (A.B.D.R.)
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
2 Weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All Ranks and Civilion Personel


5 to 30
English/SLP 3333
Basic training of metallurgy
Optical inspection method
Magnetic inspection method
Liquid penetrant inspection
method
Eddy current inspection method
Ultrasonic inspection method
Radiography inspection method

Must be experienced aircraft technical


During the school there is also practical training for all methods

ELEFSIS

281

115
284

AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR I TECHNICAL


CODE

AF-TL-AD-0060-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Training in the methology A.B.D.R
(aircraft battle damage repair)
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
2 Weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

MISCELLANEOUS

ALL
5 to 30
English/SLP 3333
Structural repair
Electrical and avionics system repair
Mechanical system repair
Pneudraulic system repair
Fuel system repair

Must experienced aircraft technical


During the school there is also practical training in the metho-logy
A.B.D.R

ELEFSIS

CODE

AF-TL-AD-0061-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
Training in the methology A.B.D.R
(aircraft battle demage repair)
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
2 Weeks
2 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All ranks and civilian personnel


5 to 30
English/SLP 3333
Damage assessment
Structural repair
Electrical and avionics system repair
Mechanical system repair
Pneudraulic system repair
Fuel system repair

A IR F ORCE

AIRCRAFT BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR II ASSESSOR

Must be experienced aircraft engineer


Aircraft battle damage repair i technical
Experience on the type of aircaraft
During the school there is also practical training in the metho-logy
A.B.D.R (damage assessment)

ELEFSIS

285

115
286

COMPOSITE MATERIALS
CODE

AF-TL-AD-00062-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL
To make aircraft maintenance personnel
familiar with composite materials and
provide them with necessary knowledge
of general repairs of aircrafts composite
structures and parts
HAF Aircraft Factory
Elefsis
3 weeks
2 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All ranks and civilian personnel


5 to 10
English/SLP 3333
a. Theoretical
1. Introduction to composite materials
2. Health & safety hazards safety
measures
3. Codication of layered composites
4. Manufacturing methods
5. Failure criteria
6. Damage tolerance
7. Non destructive inspection methods
8. Composite repairs
9. Electrical and avionics system repair
10. Mechanical system repair
11. Pneudraulic system repair
12. Fuel system repair

A IR F ORCE

b. Practical
Composite repairs on composite structural
parts of aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft
system (rpas)
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

1. Military aircraft
type rating
qualication
2. B1 or c aircraft
maintenance
license

MISCELLANEOUS
ELEFSIS

CODE

AF-OR-AD-0012-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


OPERATIONAL
Academic training in Close Air
Support (CAS) Missions of all the
armed forces (Army-Navy-Air Force).
Exercise in planning of Close Air
Support (CAS) Missions.
Execution of Close Air Support (CAS)
Missions.
Air Tactics Center
Andravida AFB
4 weeks
2 a year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

A IR F ORCE

AIR TO GROUND OPERATIONS (AGOS)

RANK
OF-1 to OF-3 or OR-7 and above
MIN MAX QUOTA 8 to10
LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 3333
CONTENTS

Academic Training
(2 weeks)

Basic map and compass skill sets


Close air support mission planning
Types of control TRA
Bomb on target, bomb on coordinate
Close air support decision-making process
Aircraft check-in and situation update
9-line
Remarks/restrictions/battle damage assessment
Aircraft deconiction
Target talk-on
Enhanced target description
Aircraft weapons
Fighter aircraft close air support capabilities
Fighter aircraft tactics, techniques and procedures
Night close air support
planning and control
Introduction to re
Artillery and mortar callfor-re
Artillery munitions notes
Artillery call-for-re
adjustments
Airspace coordination
area development
Surface to air threats
ANDRAVIDA
Joint suppression of
enemy air defenses
Sead CAS lab
Rotary-wing aircraft
capabilities
Rotary-wing combat
operations

287

115
288

AIR TO GROUND OPERATIONS (AGOS)


CODE
CONTENTS

AF-OR-AD-0012-EN

Battleeld geometry
Collateral damage and civilian casualty
Air and ground laser designator operations
Laser weapons planning and employment
Urban close air support
Basic map and compass skill sets (Urban)
Practical Training
(2 Weeks)

Preparation and planning of cas missions


Execution of cas missions
- Basic CAS
- High hreat
- Urban CAS
- Live Ordnance
- Night CAS
- Dynamic

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Accommodation, food, drink and transportation expenses are to be paid


by the participating personnel.
Nato Clearance

A IR F ORCE

WATER SURVIVAL
CODE

AF-OR-AD-0046-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


SEA/OPEN WATER SURVIVAL
TRAINING COURSE FOR AIRCREW
1. To impart knowledge and prociency
required to survive after a bail out/ ditching over water.
2. To impart knowledge and prociency
in using rafts and survival equipment.
3. To draw the aircrew attention to the
aspects and dangers of a sea survival
situation.
120 Flight Training Wing
Kalamata
1 week
22 per year

RANK
MIN
QUOTA

All
MAX Fighter Aircrafts Initial Training: 17 trainees / Course
Fighter Aircrafts Continuation Training: 22 trainees/Course
Rotary Wing Aircrafts / Helicopters Training: 30 trainees/Course
L A N G U A G E / English/SLP 3333
LEVEL
CONTENTS
ACADEMIC
PRACTICE
Sea Survival Sea Environmental
Raft Drill
diversities
Open water exercise real time
Introduction to Ropes and
Bail out and ditching procedures
Knots
Bail out and parachuting drill
Medical Aspects
Parachuting
over
water
Technical Aspects: equipment
exercise
Technical Aspects: procedures
Parachute Release failure Demonstration of the used
drugged by full blown canopy
equipment
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Current Medical Certicate.


Max Trainees Weight for Fighter Aircrafts Training: 120 Kilograms
(Parasail Limit).

MISCELLANEOUS
All trainees should wear BDUs on arrival
All necessary Training Equipment is
provided by the WSS apart from pilot
uniforms and swimming suits.
Parachute related training is provided at the
Fighter Aircrafts Training (Init. and Cont)
Fighter Aircrafts Initial Training: 3 Days
Academic/1 Day Practice/1 Day Night
Training
Fighter Aircrafts - Continuation Training: 2
Days Academic/1 Day Practice
Rotary Wing Aircrafts/ Helicopters
Training: 3 Days Academic/1 Day
Practice

KALAMATA

289

115
290

ACCIDENT PREVENTION (APS)


CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL

LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

AF-OR-AD-0063-EN
HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF
ACADEMIC
AIR FORCE COMMAND AND STAFF
Education and Training on Accident
Prevention methods and tools, as well
as organization and operation of ight
safety ofces.
Dekelia AFB (Athens)
2 - 3 weeks
2 per year

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

A IR F ORCE

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

All
6 to 25
English/SLP 3333
Human Factor
Accident Prevention
Hygiene and safety

Students designated to be appointed in Squadrons or Wings Flight


Safety Ofces

ATHENS

CODE

AF-MD-BA-0068-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


ACADEMIC AND PRACTICAL
To provide:
Aviation Physiology and Human
Factors training according to STANAG
3114 (ed. 8) requirements for military
personnel.
Human Factors and Hypoxia and
Disorientation training to civilian crews
according to international standards
AVIATION PHYSIOLOGY
Athens
Military: 10h (ight crew) -14h (pilots)
Civil: 8h (ight crew) -10h (pilots)
On Demand
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

A IR F ORCE

AVIATION PHYSIOLOGY (REFRESHER COURSE)

All
5 to 10
English/SLP 3332
Hypoxia - Hyperventilation
Decompression Sickness
Situation Awareness- Spatial Disorientation
Vestibular Visual Illusions
Human Factor Aircraft Accidents
Accelerations
Thermal Stress- Cold protection- Flying Clothing
Aircrew Health
Vision - Night Vision Physiology
Hypobaric Chamber Training
Spatial Disorientation Training Device
Night Vision Goggles Training

Candidate must be medically t for ight (Millitary or Civilial qualication.

MISCELLANEOUS
Training will be provided according to
SOPs established in HAF
Dates of training TBD by HAF
Night Vision training is provided only
to Fighter pilots
Medical emergencies will be treated
by the Supervising Flight Surgeon
according to Hellenic National Health
Care Standards. Medical expenses
remain responsibility of the students
unless specic bilateral agreements.

ATHENS

291

SPECIAL FORCES COURSES


in
GREEK

CODE

AR-SF-BA-0052-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To improve the climbing ability of the
students, both concerning mountains
and in complex compartmented terrain.

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

Special Forces Training Center


Nea Peramos (Megalo Pefko) Athens
Three (3) weeks
2 times per year (May, Jun, Aug, Oct)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA

OR-2 to OF-2
Up to 20

LANGUAGE/LEVEL

Greek/SLP 2222

CONTENTS

Basic on ropes, knots and


climbing equipment
Technical climbing using top
rope method
Using and creating anchoring points
Responsibilities of Rope
master
Descending from helicopter
using FAST ROPE and RAPPEL
technique
Rescue Techniques
Setting up aerial bridges
Climbing A,B,C type rocks

S PECIAL F ORCES

TECHNICAL CLIMBING COURSE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups: 40 in less than 2
Chin ups: 8 in less than 2
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

NEA PERAMOS

295

296

INFLATED BOAT COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-BA-0054-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to operate an inated boat
Special Forces Training Center
Nea Peramos (Megalo Pefko) Athens
Two (2) weeks
2 times per year (April and October)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-1 to OR-7
Up to 10
Greek/SLP 2222
Sea navigation
Technical information of the
boats
Live re from the boat
Practical exercise in the operation of the inated boat
Swimming Skills

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Able to swim with BDU

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

NEA PERAMOS

CODE

AR-SF-BA-0056-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to operate and maintain a
rib
Special Forces Training Center
Nea Peramos (Megalo Pefko) Athens
Five (5) weeks
1 time per year (March)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL

OR-2 to OR-7
Up to 10
Greek/SLP 2222

CONTENTS

Sea navigation
Technical information of the
boats
Radar Operator
Practical exercise in the operation of the boat
Swimming skills
Live re from the boat

S PECIAL F ORCES

RIGID INFLATED BOAT COURSE

Able to swim with BDU


Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

NEA PERAMOS

297

CODE

AR-SF-BA-0058-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students learn all the basic skills
required, in order to conduct a safe static
belt parachute- jump.
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
4 weeks
6 times per year (Feb, Apr, Jun, Jul, Sep,
Nov)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-3
Up to 50
Greek/SLP 2222
Basic of parachutes (technical
data)
Guidance of parachute
Exit technique from 34 feet tower
Landing technique
Avoidance of obstacles
Landing on sea
Actions on malfunction of the
parachute
Adjusting the parachute and the
load
Jumps (5), including one with full
equipment and one at night

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC PARACHUTE COURSE

Run 1.600m in less than 730


Push ups: 30 in less than 2
Sit ups:30 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Jump from 34 feet tower
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

299

300

PATHFINDERS COURSE
CODE

AR-SF-ME-0060-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to set up and secure a
drop/land zone
Airborne School
Aspropirgos, Athens
3 weeks
Once per year (March)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-4 to OF-1
Up to 20
Greek/SLP 2222
Pathnders responsibilities
and duties
Setting up a landing zone
Setting up a drop zone
Communicating with airplanes/helicopters
Navigation

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

The candidate of the course, must be an active paratrooper, with at


least 10 jumps

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0062-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to prepare and inspect the
men, their equipment and the airplane,
in order to conduct a safe jump
Airborne School
Aspropirgos, Athens
3 weeks
Once per year (March)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-4 to OF-1
Up to 20
Greek/SLP 3322
Jump masters responsibilities
Inspecting a paratrooper
Packing individuals bundle
Emergency procedures

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Candidate must be an active paratrooper, with at least 20 jumps

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

JUMP MASTER COURSE

ASPROPIRGOS

301

302

RIGGERS COURSE
CODE

AR-SF-ME-0064-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to pack a static jump
parachute and the reserve
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
6 weeks
Once per year (January)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OR-7
Up to 15
Greek/SLP 3322
Packing the main parachute
Packing the reserve
Jump with own-packed
parachute

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

None

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0066-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students learn all the basic skills
required, in order to conduct a safe free
fall jump.
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
5 weeks
4 times per year (Feb, May, July, Sep)

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

OR-2 to OF-3
Up to 14
Greek/SLP 2222
Basic of free - fall parachutes
(technical data)
Guidance of parachute
Packing free-fall parachute
Mechanisms
of
automatic
opening
Actions on malfunction of the
parachute
Adjusting the parachute and
the load
Exit positions
Free-fall Jumps (5)

S PECIAL F ORCES

FREE FALL COURSE

Must be a jump master or have a minimum of 20 jumps of static-line


parachute
Run 1.600m in less than 730
Push ups: 30 in less than 2
Sit ups:30 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Jump from 34 feet tower
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Age limit is 35 years old

MISCELLANEOUS Meals and accommodation


can be provided in the
barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

303

304

ADVANCED FREE FALL COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-AD-0068-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students learn advanced skills of free
fall jump.
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
4 weeks
Once per year (November)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-3 to OF-3
Up to 20
Greek/SLP 2222
Basic of free fall parachutes
(review)
Guidance of parachute
Packing
Mechanisms of automatic opening
Emergency actions
Adjusting the parachute and the
load
Land training
Jumps with full equipment and
load, day and night (up to 15)

Minimum of 30 Free fall jumps


Age limit is 35 years old
Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

306

SNIPER COURSE
CODE

AR-SF-ME-0070-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students acquire special abilities, in
recognition and shooting, in order to
engage high value targets that cannot
be engaged successfully by the regular
rieman because of range, size, location,
eeting nature, or visibility.
Unconventional Warfare Training Center
Redina, Thessaloniki
6 weeks
Twice per year (April, September)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-2 to OF-1
Up to 16
Greek/SLP 2222
Stalking
Shooting
Judging distances
Observation
Topography
FTXs

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups:40 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
7 km run with 20kgr load in less than 52
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Meals and accommodation provided in the barracks

REDINA

CODE

AR-SF-AD-0071-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To develop the physical and enhance
the mental strength of the trainees, at
the highest possible level, in order to be
able to overcome, the adverse conditions
on the battleeld, by making fast and
accurate immediately decisions.
To enable the executives of the SF
Units, to be capable to administer SF
detachments in unconventional warfare
and other SF operations.
Unconventional Warfare Training Center
Redina, Thessaloniki
13 weeks
Once per year (September)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-4 to OF-2
Up to 50
Greek/SLP 2222
Physical training and tests
Demolition - sabotage,
Rock climbing,
SOP IAD- small-unit tactics
Weapons training,
Obstacle crossing
FTXs

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups:40 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation are provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

SPECIAL FORCES COURSE

REDINA

307

308

SPECIAL FORCES BASIC COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-BA-0072-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
The purpose of the course is to teach the
students, the basic skills that are required
to be an SF member, while developing
the physical and mental strength of the
trainees.
Unconventional Warfare Training Center
Redina, Thessaloniki
4 weeks
6 times per year (Jan, March, May, Jul,
Sep, Nov)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OF-1
Up to 50
Greek/SLP 2222
Physical training and tests
Demolition - sabotage,
Rock climbing,
SOP IAD- small-unit tactics
Weapons training,
Obstacle crossing
FTXs

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Run 3.200m in less than 20


Push ups: 30 in less than 2
Sit ups:35 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation provided in the barracks


REDINA

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0074-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
The purpose of the course is to teach
the students, the basic skills that are
required to operate in close distances
and in an urban environment
Unconventional Warfare Training Center
Redina, Thessaloniki
2 weeks
Once per year (March)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OF-1
Up to 10
Greek/SLP 2222
Shooting drills with various
weapons
Room entry
Building entry
Immediate Action Drills
FTX

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups:40 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE COURSE (CQB)

REDINA

309

310

PATROL PLANNING COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-BA-0075-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


STAFF SCHOOL
To learn how to plan and conduct a
special operation mission
UWTC
Redina (Thessaloniki)
2 weeks
Once per year (Nov)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-6 to OF-2
Up to 50
Greek/SLP 3333
Organizing the planning room
Intelligence Preparation of the
Battleeld
Military Decision Making Process (theory and practice)
FTX

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups:40 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
7km run with 20kgr load in less than 52
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

REDINA

CODE

AR-SF-BA-0076-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to survive and operate in
mountainous / snow and cold weather
environment
Winter Warfare Training Center
Olympus mountain
4 weeks
Once per year (Feb)

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OF-1
Up to 25
Greek/SLP 2222
Special equipment for snow environment
Cold weather rst aid
Navigation
Skiing
Shooting in snow environments
Patrolling
Making shelters
Rescuing in snow environments
FTX

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Basic skills in mountain skiing

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

WINTER WARFARE COURSE

OLYMPUS

311

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0105-GR

BRANCH
TYPE

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL TRAINING
A general training/education about
Amphibious Ops, based on practice
and NATO doctrines
SF Marines School
Volos
2 Week

FREQUENCY

2 per year

AIM

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/
LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-3
6 10
Greek/SLP 2222
Amphibious Ops introduction
Amphibious Force Staff Orientation
Intel Consideration
Joint Amphibious Ops Planning
Rehearsal
Movement to AOA
STOM (Ship to Obj Maneuver)
Landing Force Support Party
Fire Support System Capabilities
NSFS

S PECIAL F ORCES

AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS SCHOOL

Marines/ Special Forces prior experience.


Meal and residence are provided.

VOLOS

313

CODE

NV-SF-BA-0001-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIAL WARFARE COURSE
Physical and Mental Preparation
Combined with Theoretical Training
and Practical Skills Development, in
order to be Capable of Manning the
Operational UDT/SEAL Teams or other
SF units.
Basic Underwater Demolition Course
Skaramagkas
7 months
2 per year
RANK
OR-1 to OR-9 and OF-1 to OF-3
MIN MAX QUOTA Up to 16
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 2222
CONTENTS
Preparation phase:4 weeks
Phase 1 - Physical Training
(6 weeks).
Phase2 - SCUBA/Combat
Diving (9 weeks)
Phase3-Unconventional
Warfare. (9 weeks)Ph

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TRAINING COURSE

The following requirements are needed in order to participate:


Good physical conditions+Medical exams(Decompression chamber):
1. Running 1mile(1.609meters) in time< 7 1/2 minutes.
2. 30 push-ups no time limit.
3. 30 seat-ups no time limit
4. 8 pull-ups no time limit.
5. 8 dips no time limit
6. 5 meters rope climping without foot aiding.
7. 300 meters swimming free style in time < 7 minutes.
8. 15 meters under water swimming by mean of apnea.
Accomodation and meal provided during the course.

SKARAMAGKAS

315

316

SCUBA DIVING / LIFEGUARD COURSE


CODE

NV-SF-BA-0002-GR

BRANCH

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF

TYPE
AIM

NAVY DIVING COURSE


Provide training to personnel in order to
participate in SCUBA diving operations
up to 20 m. depth and basic lifeguard
techniques.
Certicate of graduation is accredited
according European standard for SCUBA
diving services (EN 14153-2)
Scuba Diving / Lifeguard course.
Skaramagkas
32 Days
(22 SCUBA Diving + 10 lifeguard
techniques)
1 per year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-7 and OF-1 to OF-3


Up to 24
Greek/SLP 2222
1.Physical training.
2.SCUBA diving.
3.First aid Pool & Beach Lifeguard
techniques.

The following requirements are needed in order to participate:


Good physical conditions+Medical exams(Decompression chamber).
1. Running 1mile(1.609meters) in time< 9 minutes.
2. 20 push-ups no time limit.
3. 30 seat-ups no time limit
4. 4 pull-ups no time limit.
5. 5 dips no time limits6. 300 meters swimming free style in time < 9
minutes.
Food and accommodations not included.

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE

NV-SF-BA-0003-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


NAVY DIVING COURSE
Provide training to personnel in order to
participate in SCUBA diving operations
up to 20 m. depth and basic lifeguard
techniques.
Certicate of graduation is accredited
according European standard for SCUBA
diving services (EN 14153-2)
Scuba Diving / Lifeguard course.
Skaramagkas
32 Days (22 SCUBA Diving + 10
lifeguard techniques)
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OR-7, OF-1 to OF-3


16-24
Greek/SLP 2222
Phase1:Amphibious Operations
and physical training.
Phase2: Fast Craft
Unconventional Warfare
Operations.
Phase3: Fast Crafts Weapon
handling.
Phase 4: Scuba Diving Life
guard Course (if required).

S PECIAL F ORCES

FAST CRAFT CREW COURSE

The following requirements are needed in order to participate:


Good physical conditions+Medical exams:
1. Running 1mile(1.609meters) in time< 8 minutes.
2. 20 push-ups no time limit.
3. 30 seat-ups no time limit
4. 4 pull-ups no time limit.
5. 5 dips no time limit
6. 3 meters rope climping foot aiding.
7. 300 meters swimming free style in time < 9 minutes.
8. 15 meters under water swimming by mean of apnea.
Accomodation and meal provided during the course.

SKARAMAGKAS

317

318

SURVIVAL EVESION RESISTANCE EXTRACTION


CODE

AF-SF-AD-0047-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


PILOTS AIRCREWS TRAINING
The course is focused on extreme
conditions where pilots and aircrews
might encounter after bail out in case of
isolation in hostile territory.
31st Search and Rescue Operations SQN
Elefsis
2 Weeks
1 per Year

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK
All
MIN MAX QUOTA 5 to 15
LANGUAGE/LEVEL Greek/SLP 3333

S PECIAL F ORCES

CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Theory (Survival Principles Overland, Navigation)


Theory & Practice (Shelter, water, food, re, traps)
Theory (Evasion-Escape-First Aid-Camouage)
Disarmament Methods
Navigation Exercise (NAVEX)
Shooting
NAVEX 10 Km (on the Field)
Theory (Conduct after Capture-Interrogation Resistance, Dogs avoidance)
Theory (Dangerous Areas-conduct procedures with SF teams during Evasion)
CSAR Procedures according to ATP 62
Practical (Combat Survival on the eld)
Practical (Evasion on the eld)
Practical (Capture 10 up to 24 Hours, Interrogation)
CSAR extraction scenario involving AS-332 C1 Helicopter and 31 SAROS
operational Team.

Fitness: 12 min in treading water (oating)


Navigation: Required a high level of dismounted land navigation skills.
Language: English Language knowledge (Passing grade English
Language Test is 50%)
Failing Criteria:
a) Dont meet the Standards
b) Dont participate (100%) of the practical eld exercise and miss more
than 10% of the teaching hours
MISCELLANEOUS Medical Requirements:
Medical emergencies will
be treated initially at Elefsis Air Force Base Medical Service and if needed
by the HAF General Hospital 251 in Athens area,
according to the relevant
agreement.
ELEFSIS
Dress code: Flying suit
during lessons and Dress
Class B for the graduation
Day.

CODE

AF-SF-AD-0050-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


SECURITY FORCES & SFCs
The basic goal of a Security Forces
Course is to protect the people, property
and resources of Air Force Bases.
Accomplishing this goal requires training in
law enforcement and combat tactics.
SCHOOL
31st Search and Rescue Operation SQN
LOCATION
Elefsis
DURATION
3 Weeks
FREQUENCY 1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

All
5 to 15
Greek/SLP 3333
Individual movements tactics
Combat marksmanship-combat shooting
Close Quarter Combat
Urban tactics and procedures
Suspect control and search techniques
Providing security in high risk areas
Defensive tactics for Air Base Security
VIP protection

S PECIAL F ORCES

SECURITY FORCES

Fitness: [dress: body uniform (Battle Dress Uniform) and army boots]
a) 2 statute miles in 20 min
b) 20 push-ups
c) 20 sit-ups
d) 6 pull-ups
e) Ascent on rope (4 meters)
Language: English Language knowledge (Passing grade English
Language Test is 50%)
Failing Criteria:
a) Dont meet the Standards (Failure on Evaluation Practical Tests)
b) Dont participate (100%) of the practical eld exercise hours and
miss more than 10% of the teaching hours

MISCELLANEOUS
Medical Requirements:
Medical emergencies will
be treated initially at Elefsis
Air Force Base Medical
Service and if needed by
the HAF General Hospital
251 in Athens area,
according to the relevant
agreement.
Dress code: Body Uniform
(Battle Dress Uniform)
during lessons and Dress
Class B for the graduation
Day.

ELEFSIS

319

320

SKUBA DIVERS
CODE

AF-SF-AD-0055-GR

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


SPECIAL FORCES
To provide HAF with scuba divers capable
of diving at 20 meters depth life guarding
and rst and help
SCHOOL
206 Infrastructure Wing
LOCATION
Ano Liosia (Attika)
DURATION
5 Weeks
FREQUENCY According to operational demands
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

All
5 to 15
Greek /SLP 3333
Physical Training
Swimming styles
Diving equipment preparation
Diving technique
Danger of diving
Life guarding
First aid help
CPR

Participants must be healthy and able of accomplishing the following


tests
a) 5 meters depth free dive (no ns)
b) 15 meters underwater swimming
c) 300 meters swimming (9 min max0
d) 35 push up within 2 min (2 breaks allowed with the elbows at the
straight position)
e) 40 ABS within 2 min (arms crossed on the chest hands on shoulders
and knees at right angle)
f) 5 pull-up
g) 1500 meters run 97 min max)
h) 4 meters rope climbing
i) Decompression chamber test
At the end of every week participants must be able of accomplishing
tests according to the courses training program.

ATHENS

SPECIAL FORCES COURSES


in
ENGLISH

CODE

AR-SF-BA-0051-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To improve the climbing ability of the
students, both concerning mountains
and in complex compartmented terrain.
Special Forces Training Center
Nea Peramos (Megalo Pefko) Athens
3 weeks
Twice per year (May, Jun, Aug, Oct)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OF-2
Up to 20
English/SLP 2222
Basic on ropes, knots and climbing equipment
Technical climbing using top
rope method
Using and creating anchoring
points
Responsibilities of Rope master
Descending from helicopter using FAST ROPE and RAPPEL technique
Rescue Techniques
Setting up aerial bridges
Climbing A,B,C type rocks

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups: 40 in less than 2
Chin ups: 8 in less than 2
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

TECHNICAL CLIMBING COURSE

NEA PERAMOS

323

324

INFLATED BOAT COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-BA-0053-EN

BRANCH

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF

TYPE

TACTICAL SCHOOL

AIM

To learn how to operate an inated boat

SCHOOL

Special Forces Training Center

LOCATION

Nea Peramos (Megalo Pefko) Athens

DURATION

2 weeks

FREQUENCY

Twice per year (April and October)

RANK

OR-1 to OR-7

MIN MAX QUOTA

Up to 10

LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 2222

S PECIAL F ORCES

CONTENTS

Sea navigation
Technical information of the
boats
Live re from the boat
Practical exercise in the operation of the inated boat
Swimming Skills

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Able to swim with BDU

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

NEA PERAMOS

CODE

AR-SF-BA-0055-EN

BRANCH

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF

TYPE

TACTICAL SCHOOL

AIM

To learn how to operate and maintain


a rib

SCHOOL

Special Forces Training Center

LOCATION

Nea Peramos (Megalo Pefko) Athens

DURATION

5 weeks

FREQUENCY

Once per year (March)

RANK

OR-2 to OR-7

MIN MAX QUOTA

Up to 10

LANGUAGE/LEVEL

English/SLP 2222

CONTENTS

Sea navigation
Technical information of the
boats
Radar Operator
Practical exercise in the operation of the boat
Swimming skills
Live re from the boat

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Able to swim with BDU

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

RIGID INFLATED BOAT COURSE

NEA PERAMOS

325

326

BASIC PARACHUTE COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-BA-0057-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students learn all the basic skills
required, in order to conduct a safe static
belt parachute- jump.
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
4 weeks
6 times per year (Feb, Apr, Jun, Jul, Sep,
Nov)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OF-3
Up to 50
English/SLP 2222
Basic of parachutes (technical
data)
Guidance of parachute
Exit technique from 34 feet tower
Landing technique
Avoidance of obstacles
Landing on sea
Actions on malfunction of the
parachute
Adjusting the parachute and the
load
Jumps (5), including one with
full equipment and one at night

Run 1.600m in less than 730


Push ups: 30 in less than 2
Sit ups:30 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Jump from 34 feet tower
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0059-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to set up and secure a drop/
land zone
Airborne School
Aspropirgos, Athens
3 weeks
Once per year (March)

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OF-1
Up to 20
English/SLP 2222
Pathnders responsibilities and
duties
Setting up a landing zone
Setting up a drop zone
Communicating with airplanes/
helicopters
Navigation

S PECIAL F ORCES

PATHFINDERS COURSE

The candidate of the course, must be an active paratrooper, with at least


10 jumps
Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

327

328

JUMP MASTER COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-ME-0061-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to prepare and inspect the
men, their equipment and the airplane, in
order to conduct a safe jump
Airborne School
Aspropirgos, Athens
3 weeks
Once a year (March)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-4 to OF-1
Up to 20
English/SLP 3322
Jump masters responsibilities
Inspecting a paratrooper
Packing individuals bundle
Emergency procedures

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Candidate must be an active paratrooper, with at least 20 jumps

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0063-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TECHNICAL SCHOOL
To learn how to pack a static jump
parachute and the reserve
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
6 weeks
Once per year (January)

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OR-7
Up to 15
English/SLP 3322
Packing the main parachute
Packing the reserve
Jump with own-packed parachute

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

None

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

S PECIAL F ORCES

RIGGERS COURSE

ASPROPIRGOS

329

330

FREE FALL COURSE


CODE

AR-SF-ME-0065-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students learn all the basic skills
required, in order to conduct a safe free
fall jump.
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
5 weeks
4 times per year (Feb, May, July, Sep)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-2 to OF-3
Up to 14
English/SLP 2222
Basic of free fall parachutes
(technical data)
Guidance of parachute
Packing free-fall parachute
Mechanisms of automatic opening
Actions on malfunction of the
parachute
Adjusting the parachute and the
load
Exit positions
Free-fall Jumps (5)
Must be a jump master or have a minimum of 20 jumps of static-line
parachute
Run 1.600m in less than 730
Push ups: 30 in less than 2
Sit ups:30 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Jump from 34 feet tower
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Age limit is 35 years old
Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

CODE

AR-SF-ME-0069-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students acquire special abilities, in
recognition and shooting, in order to
engage high value targets that cannot
be engaged successfully by the regular
rieman because of range, size, location,
eeting nature, or visibility.
Unconventional Warfare Training Center
Redina, Thessaloniki
6 weeks
Twice per year (April, September)
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-2 to OF-1
Up to 16
English/SLP 3322
Stalking
Shooting
Judging distances
Observation
Topography
FTXs

S PECIAL F ORCES

SNIPER COURSE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups:40 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
7 km run with 20kgr load in less than 52
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs
Meals and accommodation provided in the barracks

REDINA

331

332

CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE COURSE (CQB)


CODE

AR-SF-ME-0073-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


TACTICAL SCHOOL
The purpose of the course is to teach the
students, the basic skills that are required
to operate in close distances and in an
urban environment
Unconventional Warfare Training Center
Redina, Thessaloniki
2 weeks
Once per year (March)

S PECIAL F ORCES

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-2 to OF-1
Up to 10
English/SLP 2222
Shooting drills with various
weapons
Room entry
Building entry
Immediate Action Drills
FTX

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Run 3.200m in less than 1755


Push ups: 40 in less than 2
Sit ups:40 in less than 2
Chin ups:4 in less than 2
Swimming:50 meters
All entry tests are conducted wearing BDUs

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

REDINA

334

AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS SCHOOL


CODE

AR-SF-ME-0106-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL TRAINING
A general training/education about
Amphibious Ops, based on practice
and NATO doctrines
SCHOOL
SF Marines School
LOCATION
Volos
DURATION
2 Week
FREQUENCY By request

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/
LEVEL

CONTENTS

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-3
6 10
English/SLP 2222
Amphibious Ops introduction
Amphibious Force Staff Orientation
Intel Consideration
Joint Amphibious Ops Planning
Rehearsal
Movement to AOA
STOM (Ship to Obj Maneuver)
Landing Force Support Party
Fire Support System Capabilities NSFS

Marines/ Special Forces prior experience.


Meal and residence are provided.

VOLOS

CODE

AR-SF-AD-0067-EN

BRANCH

HELLENIC ARMY GENERAL STAFF

TYPE
AIM

TACTICAL SCHOOL
Students learn advanced skills of free
fall jump.
Airborne School
Aspropirgos Athens
4 weeks
Once a year (November)

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

RANK

OR-3 to OF-3

MIN MAX QUOTA

Up to 20

LANGUAGE/LEVEL English/SLP 2222


CONTENTS

S PECIAL F ORCES

ADVANCED FREE FALL COURSE

Basic of free - fall parachutes


(review)
Guidance of parachute
Packing
Mechanisms
of
automatic
opening
Emergency actions
Adjusting the parachute and
the load
Land training
Jumps with full equipment and
load, day and night (up to 15)

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

Minimum of 30 Free fall jumps


Age limit is 35 years old

MISCELLANEOUS

Meals and accommodation can be provided in the barracks

ASPROPIRGOS

335

338

BASIC UNDERWATER DEMOLITION TRAINING COURSE


CODE

NV-SF-BA-0001-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIAL WARFARE COURSE
Physical and Mental Preparation
Combined with Theoretical Training
and Practical Skills Development, in
order to be Capable of Manning the
Operational UDT/SEAL Teams or other
SF units.
Basic Underwater Demolition Course
Skaramagkas
7 months
2 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-1 to OR-9 and OF-1 to OF-3


Up to 16
English/SLP 2222
Preparation phase:4 weeks
Phase 1 - Physical Training (6
weeks).
Phase2 - SCUBA/Combat Diving
(9 weeks)
Phase3-Unconventional
Warfare. (9 weeks)Ph

The following requirements are needed in order to participate:


Good physical conditions+Medical exams(Decompression chamber):
1. Running 1mile(1.609meters) in time< 7 1/2 minutes.
2. 30 push-ups no time limit.
3. 30 seat-ups no time limit
4. 8 pull-ups no time limit.
5. 8 dips no time limit
6. 5 meters rope climping without foot aiding.
7. 300 meters swimming free style in time < 7 minutes.
8. 15 meters under water swimming by mean of apnea.
Accomodation and meal provided during the course.

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE

NV-SF-BA-0002-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


NAVY DIVING COURSE
Provide training to personnel in order
to participate in SCUBA diving
operations up to 20 m. depth and
basic lifeguard techniques.

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION

Certicate of graduation is accredited


according European standard
for SCUBA diving services (EN
14153-2)
Scuba Diving / Lifeguard course.
Skaramagkas
32 Days

FREQUENCY

(22 SCUBA Diving + 10 lifeguard


techniques)
1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

OR-1 to OR-7 and OF-1 to OF-3


Up to 24
English/SLP 2222
1.Physical training.

S PECIAL F ORCES

SCUBA DIVING / LIFEGUARD COURSE

2.SCUBA diving.
3.First aid Pool & Beach Lifeguard
techniques.
BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

The following requirements are needed in order to participate:


Good physical conditions+Medical exams(Decompression chamber).
1. Running 1mile(1.609meters) in time< 9 minutes.
2. 20 push-ups no time limit.
3. 30 seat-ups no time limit
4. 4 pull-ups no time limit.
5. 5 dips no time limit
6. 300 meters swimming free style in time < 9 minutes.
Food and accommodations not included.

SKARAMAGKAS

339

340

FAST CRAFT CREW COURSE


CODE

NV-SF-BA-0003-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC NAVY GENERAL STAFF


SPECIAL WARFARE COURSE
To provide the ability of operating fast
craft for supporting unconvetional
warfare operations.
SCHOOL
Fast Craft Crew Course
LOCATION
Skaramagkas
DURATION
8 Weeks (+32 days for non scuba divers)
FREQUENCY 1 per year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-4 to OR-7, OF-1 to OF-3


16-24
English/SLP 2222
Phase1:Amphibious Operations
and physical training.
Phase2: Fast Craft
Unconventional Warfare
Operations.
Phase3: Fast Crafts Weapon
handling.
Phase 4: Scuba Diving Life
guard Course (if required).

The following requirements are needed in order to participate:


Good physical conditions+Medical exams:
1. Running 1mile(1.609meters) in time< 8 minutes.
2. 20 push-ups no time limit.
3. 30 seat-ups no time limit
4. 4 pull-ups no time limit.
5. 5 dips no time limit
6. 3 meters rope climping foot aiding.
7. 300 meters swimming free style in time < 9 minutes.
8. 15 meters under water swimming by mean of apnea.
Accomodation and meal provided during the course.

SKARAMAGKAS

CODE AF-SF-AD-0048-EN
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


PILOTS AIRCREWS TRAINING
The course is focused on extreme
conditions where pilots and aircrews might
encounter after bail out in case of isolation
in hostile territory.
31st Search and Rescue Operations SQN
Elefsis
2 Weeks
1 per Year
RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

All
5 to 15
English/SLP 3333

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

Theory (Survival Principles Overland,


Navigation)
Theory & Practice (Shelter, water, food,
re, traps)
Theory (Evasion-Escape-First AidCamouage)
Disarmament Methods
Navigation Exercise (NAVEX)
Shooting
NAVEX 10 Km (on the Field)
Theory (Conduct after CaptureInterrogation Resistance, Dogs
avoidance)
Theory (Dangerous Areas-conduct
procedures with SF teams during
Evasion)
CSAR Procedures according to ATP 62
Practical (Combat Survival on the eld)
Practical (Evasion on the eld)
Practical (Capture 10 up to 24 Hours,
Interrogation)
CSAR extraction scenario involving
AS-332 C1 Helicopter and 31 SAROS
operational Team.

S PECIAL F ORCES

SURVIVAL EVESION RESISTANCE EXTRACTION

Fitness: 12 min in treading water (oating)


Navigation: Required a high level of dismounted land navigation skills.
Language: English Language knowledge (Passing grade English
Language Test is 50%)
Failing Criteria:
a) Dont meet the Standards
b) Dont participate (100%) of the practical eld exercise and miss more
than 10% of the teaching hours

Medical Requirements: Medical


emergencies will
be treated initially
at Elefsis Air Force
Base Medical Service
and if needed by the
HAF General Hospital
251 in Athens area,
according to the
relevant agreement.
Dress code: Flying
suit during lessons
and Dress Class B for
the graduation Day.

ELEFSIS

341

342

SECURITY FORCES
CODE

AF-SF-AD-0049-EN

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC AIR FORCE GENERAL STAFF


SECURITY FORCES & SFCs

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

31st Search and Rescue Operation SQN


Elefsis
3 Weeks
1 per year

The basic goal of a Security Forces Course is


to protect the people, property and resources
of Air Force Bases. Accomplishing this goal
requires training in law enforcement and
combat tactics.

RANK
MIN MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

S PECIAL F ORCES

BASIC ENTRY
STANDARDS &
PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

All
5 to 15
English/SLP 3333

Individual movements tactics


Combat marksmanship-combat shooting
Close Quarter Combat
Urban tactics and procedures
Suspect control and search techniques
Providing security in high risk areas
Defensive tactics for Air Base Security
VIP protection

Fitness: [dress: body uniform (Battle Dress Uniform) and army boots]
2 statute miles in 20 min
20 push-ups
20 sit-ups
6 pull-ups
Ascent on rope (4 meters)
Language: English Language knowledge (Passing grade English Language
Test is 50%)
Failing Criteria:
a) Dont meet the Standards (Failure on Evaluation Practical Tests)
b) Dont participate (100%) of the practical eld exercise hours and miss more
than 10% of the teaching hours
Medical Requirements: Medical emergencies will be treated initially at
Elefsis Air Force Base Medical Service and if needed by the HAF General
Hospital 251 in Athens area, according to the relevant agreement.
Dress code: Body Uniform (Battle Dress Uniform) during lessons and Dress
Class B for the graduation Day.

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

ELEFSIS

NATO
EDUCATION & TRAINING
FACILITIES
only in
ENGLISH

CODE OPS-MA-3110 N & OPS-MA-3120 M


BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE


GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL
The aim of this course is to assist Command Teams personnel in prociently conduct an MIO using common standards.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
5 days
2 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-7 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3232
1010 MIO Planning
1020 MIO Related Messages
1030 Intel Support to MIO
1040 Legal Issues-ROE
1050 MIO Phases
1060 Units Organization
1070 Air Assets Support to MIO
1080 Negotiation Techniques in MIO
1090 MIO - Game / SIMEX
1100 Evidence Collection &
NATO Biometrics in MIO
Computer skills: Basic skills in a
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Operating System, as well as basic
skills in word processing

NMIOTC provides: classroom equipped with multimedia capabilities


including interactive boards, lectures, internet access, NMIOTC intranet,
library, handouts and mission specic scenarios for MIO Tactical
Simulator.

The modules are NATO Unclassied releasable to partners, with the exception
of Module 1030 which has NATO Secret
classication. An unclassied version is
available for Non-NATO nations.

SOUDA

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

COURSE SERIES 1000: COMMAND TEAM MARITIME


INTERDICTION OPERATIONS (MIO) ISSUES

345

346

COURSE SERIES 2000: BOARDING TEAM THEORETICAL ISSUES


CODE

OPS-MA-3210 N & OPS-MA-3220 M

BRANCH

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE


GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL
The aim of this course is to train Boarding
Teams personnel in safely and efciently
apply NATO doctrines and procedures in
MIO.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
3 days
2 per year
RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-3 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3232
2010 Actions Other than Sweep
Onboard Suspect Vessel
2020 Inspection and Detection
Techniques
2030 Intel Gathering on MIO Targets
2040 Tactical MIO Planning
2050 Boarding Team Psychology
2060 Suspect Vessel Crew
Psychology
2070 NATO Biometrics in MIO
2080 Biometrics Collection with
SEEK II
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical
User Interface (GUI) Operating System, as
well as basic skills in word processing

NMIOTC provides: classroom equipped with multimedia capabilities


including interactive boards, lectures, internet access, NMIOTC intranet
Lessons Learnt and Best practices library and mission specic handouts.
The modules are NATO Unclassied releasable to partners.

SOUDA

CODE

OPS-MA-4310 N & OPS-MA-4320 M

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE


GENERAL STAFF
PRACTICAL
The aim of this course is to train Boarding
Teams personnel how to conduct
Boarding Ops in the Framework of
Maritime Interdiction Operations through
the common NATO TTPs.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
7 days
2 per year
RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-3 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


6
30
English/SLP 3233
3010 Container Inspection
3020 Small Arms Training
3030 Tactical Sweep
3040 Crew Control / Suspect Crew Handling
3050 Small Boat Handling
3060 RHIB Insertion
3070 Heliborne Insertion / Extraction
3080 Boarding Under Multiple Threats
Trainees must be nationally Rappel qualied (for
Module 3010), qualied as Small Arms Weapon
users (for Module 3020, 3030), qualied as
coxswains (for Module 3050), qualied as
swimmers (for Module 3060) and qualied as
Fast Ropers (for Module 3070).

NMIOTC provides: Classroom equipped with multimedia capabilities


including interactive boards, lectures, PPT, Internet access, NMIOTC
intranet, handouts, Student guide (where applicable), training ship,
rope access equipment, training weapons, personal gear, three-stack
containers, stationary and remote control targets, RHIB, hook and pole,
caving ladder, FRIES, rotary wing aircraft.
The modules
are NATO
Unclassied
releasable to
partners.

SOUDA

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

COURSE SERIES 3000: BOARDING TEAM PRACTICAL ISSUES

347

348

COURSE SERIES 4000: NAVAL UNIT FINAL TRAINING


TACTICAL EXERCISE (FTX)
CODE OPS-MA-4410 N & OPS-MA-4420 M
BRANCH

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE


GENERAL STAFF
PRACTICAL EVALUATION
The main objective of the course is to
evaluate ships performance, as a whole,
in safely and successfully applying
NATO doctrines and procedures in MIO
operations, through the execution of a
tailored, mission specic, exercise.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
2 days
2 per year
RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE
MISCELLANEOUS

Naval units/ Robust Teams


English/SLP 3232
4010 Evaluation of Command Teams ability
to plan and execute MIO in accordance with
NATO doctrines and procedures.
4020 Evaluation of Boarding Teams ability to
plan and conduct VBSS in accordance with
NATO doctrines and procedures.
4030 Evaluation of ships internal
organization, internal and external information
ow, equipment condition and modes of
utilization related to MIO.

NMIOTC provides: Exercises documents (EXSPEC, EXPLAN, Exercise


Scenario, Intel and exercise messages), training ship for the module
4020. The Center may also provide, upon request, a naval unit underway
to act as target vessel during the exercise.
The modules are NATO Unclassied releasable to partners.

SOUDA

CODE

OPS-MA-2520 M

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE


GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL
The aim of the course is to instruct
NATO and partners maritime and military
ofcials the terminology, operational
procedures and communications utilized
by combined maritime forces in NATOled Peace Support Operations.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
10 days
2 per year
RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-9 to OF-5, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3233
5100 NATO Concept
5200 NATO Operations Legal Aspects
5300 NATO TTPs in Maritime Operations
5400 NATO Operations Planning Process
5500 Brieng techniques
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical User
Interface (GUI) Operating System, as well as
basic skills in word processing.

NMIOTC provides: classroom equipped with multimedia Including


interactive boards, 1 laptop per student in the classroom / lecture room
with intranet and internet access, lectures and specic serious games in
MIO Tactical Simulator.
The modules are NATO Unclassied releasable to partners.

SOUDA

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

COURSE SERIES 5000: MARITIME OPERATIONAL


TERMINOLOGY COURSE MOTC

349

352

COURSE SERIES 6000: WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION


(WMD) IN MARITIME INTERDICTION OPERATIONS (MIO) COURSE
CODE

OPS-MA-4610 M

BRANCH

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL


STAFF
THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL
The aim of this course is to train and educate
students in NATO practices and procedures
regarding operational and tactical dimensions
of WMD in Maritime Interdiction Operations.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
10 days
2 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

OR-5 to OF-5, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3233
6110 Political aspects of the prevention of the proliferation of WMD
6120 NATO strategic approach on CBRN in relation to MIO
6130 Legal Aspects Related to WMD Counter - Proliferation in the
Maritime Environment
6140 Operational Processes Required to Successfully Counter the
WMD Proliferation at Sea
6150 Reach-Back Architecture and Procedures
6210 CBRN threat
6220 CBRN Agents and their Means of Delivery
6230 CBRN Agents Impact on the Human Body
6240 Methods of CBRN Detection and the Respective Equipment
6250 Principles of CBRN Protection and the Available Equipment
6310 Stand-Off Detection of CBRN Material During MIO
6320 Detection of CBRN material during boarding
6330 Identication of CBRN material during boarding
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical User Interface (GUI) Operating
System, as well as basic skills in word processing.

MISCELLANEOUS
NMIOTC provides: Classroom equipped with multimedia capabilities including interactive boards,
lectures, presentations, internet access, handouts, training ship, radiological detectors, simulated and
live radiological sources, RHIB.
The modules are NATO Unclassied releasable
to partners.

SOUDA

CODE

OPS-MA-4710 N & OPS-MA-4720 M

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE


GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL
NMIOTC, taking into account the fact
that piracy is a growing phenomenon
and sensing the current operational and
training needs, implemented this type of
training, which is applicable for training
units, teams and individuals who engage
in the ght against piracy. It includes predeployment training and training in the
framework of Regional Capacity Building,
as well as enhancing the overall predeployment training level.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
5 days
2 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

OR-5 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3232
7010 Piracy Overview History
7020 Ongoing Counter Piracy Operations
7030 ROE Implementation & Legal Issues
7040 Pirate characteristics and modes of operation
7050 Case Study on Piracy Incidents
7060 Lessons Learned from Counter Piracy Operations
7070 Anti Piracy Measures in Merchant Shipping
7080 Simulated Counter Piracy Scenarios
7095 NATO Biometrics in MIO
7100 Small Skiff Investigation
7200 Pirate Mother Ship VBSS / Hijacked Merchant Vessel
7300 Protection of a Merchant Ship from Pirate Attack at Sea
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical User Interface (GUI) Operating
System, as well as basic skills in word processing.

MISCELLANEOUS
NMIOTC provides: classroom equipped
with multimedia capabilities including
interactive boards, lectures, internet
access, library, handouts and the RHIBs
& skiff (whaler) for module 7100 and
the training platform ARIS for modules
7200 & 7300. The Center may also
provide, upon request, a naval unit to act
as target vessel during these exercises.

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

COURSE SERIES 7000: COUNTER PIRACY IN SUPPORT OF MIO

The modules are


NATO Unclassied
releasable
to
partners.

SOUDA

353

354

COURSE SERIES 8000: CIEDs Considerations in Maritime


Force Protection

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

CODE

OPS-MA-3807

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL
To fulll an operational requirement and most
importantly to provide a holistic and comprehensive
approach covering operational and tactical issues
related with Asymmetric Threats in the maritime
environment (when a ship is alongside, at anchor or
sailing in conned waters).

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
10 days
1 per year

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

OR-5 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3232
8010 Global Maritime IED Threat
8020 Methods of Attack
8030 Classication of IED's
8040 Water Borne IED's (WBIED's)
8050 Force Protection Process / Model
8060 Maritime Tactical Exploitation Awareness
8070 Procedures of Person / Vehicle checking
8075 Port Arrival procedures, including area and building search
8080 Escalation of Force (EOF)
8085 C-IED Capabilities / Initiatives
8090 International Ship and Port facility Security (ISPS) Code
8095 Maritime Force Protection (MFP) Planning process
8100 Attack the Network Exploitation
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical User Interface (GUI) Operating
System, as well as basic skills in word processing.

MISCELLANEOUS
NMIOTC
provides:
4
classroom
equipped with multimedia capabilities
including interactive boards, lectures,
internet access (for syndicate work),
C-IED training equipment, different sizes
of Vehicles, simrounds, simweapons
nad NMIOTC trainng platforms.
The Course is NATO Classied since
extended study of ATP-74 will be
utilized. A sanitized version is available
for partners.

SOUDA

CODE
BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

LGL-LG-3123
HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL STAFF
THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL COURSE
To provide Command and Operating Teams, as well as Staff
Ofcers involved in MIO planning and execution, with a solid
theoretical and practical training, towards the establishment of
a law enforcement culture on high seas. The Course consists of
both theoretical training on all major legal aspects of operating
in the maritime environment, as well as practical training in case
studies scenarios, enhanced by Table top Exercises (TTXs). The
desired outcome of this Course for NMIOTC, is to make trainees
able to identify and properly respond to legal issues rising up
during the conduct of Maritime Interdiction Operations.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
5 days
2 per year
RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

MISCELLANEOUS

OR-5 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3232
9010 International Maritime Legal Environment
9020 Aspects of Maritime Threats
9030 Legal Implementation on MIO
9040 Operational Law - LOAC-Human Rights
9050 Legal Concerns: Procedures and
precautions / Case Studies
9010s: Theoretical Introduction
9020s: Practical Demonstration
9030s: Practical Application
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical User
Interface (GUI) Operating System, as well as basic
skills in word processing.

NMIOTC provides: classroom equipped with multimedia capabilities


including interactive boards, lectures, internet access, library,
handouts.
The modules are
NATO Unclassied
releasable to
partners.

SOUDA

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

COURSE SERIES 9000: LEGAL ISSUES IN MARITIME


INTERDICTION OPERATIONS

355

356

COURSE SERIES 10000: MIO IN SUPPORT OF COUNTER


ILLICIT TRAFFICKING AT SEA
CODE

Pilot Course (Under development)

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM

SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC NATIONAL DEFENSE GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL COURSE
To provide an overview Illicit Trafcking: (Drug
Trafcking - Human Smuggling - Trafcking in Human
Beings - Arms Trafcking and Counterfeited Goods /
Currency) and the threats posed by the convergence
of transnational organized crime (TOC), corruption,
and terrorism. Also by the fact that TOC is a global
threat and that common Maritime Routes are used
by TOC for their illicit activities through the course we
will try to focus on the way ahead to Counter Illicit
Trafcking at Sea.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
10 days
2 per year
RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

OR-7 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8
24
English/SLP 3232
10010 Regional Counter Trafcking Overview
10020 On Going Illicit Trafcking Action in the Region
10030 Illicit Trafcking Organization Characteristics
and Modes of Operation
10040 Case Study on Illicit Trafcking
10050 Legal Issues Concerning Counter - Trafcking
10060 Legal Issues on Hand off Process
10070 Narcotics Identication
10100 Forensic Science Overview
10200 Interview & Interrogation Overview
10300 Collection of Evidence & Crime Scene Process
10400 Report Writing Guidelines
10500 Evaluation of Team's Ability to Plan and
Execute a Counter - Trafcking Mission / VBSS

MISCELLANEOUS
The course 10000 is under development in
cooperation with George C. Marshall European
Center for Security Studies and EUCOM, it is not
nally structured in modules, etc since there is
considerable work to be done prior conducting the
course as planned for the end 2015 / early 2016.
George C. Marshall European Center for Security
Studies and EUCOM will assist on providing
training material and subject matter experts.
The modules will be NATO Unclassied releasable
to partners.

SOUDA

CODE

(Under development)

BRANCH
TYPE
AIM
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DURATION
FREQUENCY

HELLENIC DEFENSE GENERAL STAFF


THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL
To educate and train students in practices and
procedures for protecting a merchant vessel
against a pirate attack at sea.
NMIOTC
Souda Naval Bay, Crete, Greece
5 days
On request

RANK
MIN QUOTA
MAX QUOTA
LANGUAGE/LEVEL
CONTENTS

PREREQUISITE

OR-1 to OF-3, equivalent civilians


8 persons
24 persons
English/SLP 2222
11010 Piracy Overview History
11020 Pirate characteristics and modes of operation
11030 Employment of armed guards on merchant vessels
11040 Legal implications for the employment of armed
guards
11050 Routine onboard merchant vessels
11060: Operational and training issues for armed guards
11070: Anti-piracy measures onboard merchant vessels
11080: Small arms training onboard a vessel
11085: Tactical movement onboard a vessel
11095: Emergency medical assistance and CASEVAC
11100:Piracy case studies
11200: Implementation of ship protection measures and
contingency planning
11300: Threat identication and ROE implementation
Computer skills: Basic skills in a Graphical User Interface
(GUI) Operating System, as well as basic skills in word
processing.
Basic tactical movement skills.

MISCELLANEOUS
NMIOTC provides: classroom equipped
with multimedia capabilities including
interactive boards, lectures, internet
access, library, handouts for theoretical
training and also the RHIBs & skiff
(whaler) and the training platform ARIS
for the practical part of the course. The
Center may also provide, upon request,
a small cargo ship/tug boat to act as the
protected vessel during the nal tactical
exercise.

N ATO EDUCATION & TRAINING FACILITIES

COURSE SERIES 11000: AUTONOMOUS VESSEL


PROTECTION DETACHMENT TRAINING

The modules are NATO Unclassied


releasable to partners.

SOUDA

357