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122nd Regiment (Regional Training Institute)

The 122nd Regiment provides regionalized combat arms, leadership, military occupational specialty (MOS), additional skill identifier (ASI), noncommissioned officer education system (NCOES), and general studies training for the Army National Guard (ARNG), United States Army Reserve (USAR), and the Active Component (AC). The 122nd Regiment monitors and coordinates academic instruction, food, and lodging (where available) for soldiers participating in courses and training at its training sites. The 122nd Regiment works in conjunction with the National Guard Bureau (NGB), the TRADOC Coordinating Element (TCE), the Regional Coordinating Element (RCE), the USAR Division (Individual Training) [Div(IT)], and the TRADOC proponent schools. The 122nd Regiment plans and programs training within its region based on requirements identified by the individual training branch (NGB-ARO-TI), the Army Program for Individual Training (ARPRINT) and the Training Requirements Arbitration Plan (TRAP).

1st Battalion, 122nd Regiment (IN) conducts Infantry MOSQ, NCOES, and Enhancement Training in accordance with USAIS approved POIs, CATB SOP, and GaARNG command guidance to enhance readiness.

2nd Battalion, 122nd Regiment (OD) (RTS-M) provides Maintenance MOSQ, ASI, NCOES, and Sustainment and Transition Training for RC/AC Soldiers which enables Armed Forces Components to Mobilize and Deploy Units Capable of Meeting Wartime Mission Requirements on Current and Force Modernization Equipment.

3rd Battalion, 122nd Regiment (General Studies) provides Support to the CATB, LTB, and RTI Missions. Exercises Coordinating Authority to Ensure Training is Supported, Resourced, and Executed. GS BN is not Functionally Aligned with any Proponent School; but, the Leadership Company is Mission Oriented to Specific Proponent Schools. Most IDT Missions are Conducted under the Responsibility of the GS BN to the RTI.



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