Military


233rd Regiment (Regional Training Institute)

The mission of the 233rd Regiment is to train enlisted soldiers, non-commissioned officers, and officer candidates; conduct ADT 11 series CMF MOSQ courses and NCOES courses; conduct Phase I NCOES (BNCOC/ANCOC), selected IDT Combat Arms courses and Officer Candidate School (OCS).

The 233rd Regional Training Institute (RTI) has a long and proud history. It began in 1957 with the first Officer Candidate Class. For the next 39 years the Arkansas Military Academy built a proud heritage in the Arkansas Army National Guard by setting the standard for some of the best officers in the Army.

In 1984, General Herbert Temple had a vision to develop a two week course that would hone and improve the soldier combat skills needed to win on the modern battlefield. For ten years, the Battleskills School trained soldiers from all over the United States on the basic skills of survival.

The Total Army School System took shape in Arkansas as the 233rd Regional Training Institute in October 1994. The 233rd RTI was organized from the Arkansas Military Academy and the Battleskills School by combining their respective TDAs.

The Mission of the RTI is to train 11CMF MOSQ & Phase II, NCOES Phase I, Field Artillery and Armor (IDT only), and OCS Phase I & II.

The 233rd Regional Training Institute is committed to "Excellence in Training" and strives for it in every training event.



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