Salvage training, mine warfare training, amphibious warfare training and special operations training may be integrated into TSTA training or conducted as a separate evolution as determined by each Type Commander based on the particular training resources available.
Amphibious Warfare Specialty Training consists of post-maintenance or inter-deployment specialized warfare training for amphibious class ships. The objective of this specialized training period is to develop team skills and afford the cross-training opportunities necessary to accomplish coordinated and timely surface and air ship-to-shore movements (day/night) in the amphibious assault environment.
MCM/MHC Warfare Specialty Training is designed to focus and refine the mine countermeasure skills of surface mine countermeasures ships. The goal is to develop an organic training capability that will improve team proficiency prior to MIW evaluation during MIW Specialty Training, fleet operations, and integrated mine countermeasure operations.
Salvage Training (SALVTRA) consists of specialized maritime diving and salvage training for salvage ships. The objective of this specialized training is to ensure that all salvage ships are trained and ready to respond immediately and effectively to any diving and salvage mission.
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