USAALS Department of Aviation Trades Training (DATT)
DATT Headquarters develops and conducts resident and nonresident enlisted aviation logistics training in electrical, avionics, powertrain, propulsion, structural, and pneudraulics trades for all types of Army aircraft; conducts warrant officer technical training; provides mobile training teams (MTT) and new equipment training (NET) as required; and provides subject matter experts to research, develop, write, and review training support material, exportable training packages, and aviation logistics doctrine.
Electrical and Electronics Division (EED): The division provides electrical/electronic and avionics maintenance training on AH-1, CH- 47D, OH-58, UH-1, and UH-60 aircraft. The Electrical Section conducts training on the repair of aircraft lighting, battle damage repair, and the following systems: instruments, AC/DC, fuel, electrical, utility, environmental/heating and ventilation, hoist/winch, battery, and fire detection/ extinguisher. The Avionics Section conducts the 68N10 Avionics Mechanic Course, which includes training on aerial electronic warning equipment repair. The Electronics Section conducts Basic Electronics Training (BET).
Propulsion and Powertrain Division (PPD): The division provides specialized training on teardown, inspection, and analysis of aircraft powerplant and powertrain components, subcomponents, and parts. Usually only those who serve in positions requiring specialized military occupational skills inherent to the Component Repair Platoon receive training in the field for these skills.
Structures and Pneudraulics Division (SPD): The division provides specialized training in aircraft sheetmetal and component repair procedures, hydraulic component repair procedures, and the skills and knowledge needed to inspect and monitor the specialized repairs done by trained personnel in the component repair shops of AVUM and AVIM aircraft units.
Spanish Training Division (STD) (English or Spanish): The division provides training on aircraft systems, component repair, troubleshooting and inspection procedures to Spanish-speaking students from Latin America in MOS 67N30, 68B10, 68D10, 68F10, and 68G10.
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