Welcome to the 319th Combat Training Squadron

The 319th Combat Training Squadron expands space system understanding by providing world-class, in-depth instruction of space systems, capabilities, requirements, acquisition, strategies and policies to support Joint military operations and U.S. National Security.


 
Accreditation Information


319th Covid-19 Guidance
Please view our quarantine policy and social distancing policy before registering for classes:

319 CTS COVID Masking and Distancing Policy

STAR Delta Visitor Quarantine Policy

  The 319 CTS point of contact for this policy is the 319 CTS Student Support Flight, Maj Mark Ciesel, DSN 556-5406, mark.ciesel@us.af.mil.
  Please check MyPers for the most current COVID-19 Guidance: https://mypers.af.mil/app/answers/detail/a_id/46624 and the direct link to the DoD Installation Gating Criteria Results (updated regularly): https://mypers.af.mil/app/answers/detail/a_id/47788. Navy Students please reach out to the 319 CTS Navy liaison office (Mr.Reeder) at DSN: 834-3778 or Commercial: 719-556-3778. Army Students please reach out to the 319 CTS Army liaison office (CPT Masty) at DSN: 834-8939 or Commercial: 719-556-8938. Thank you in advance for your understanding and compliance.

319th Service Animal Guidance
Note: a service dog may be present in the building (to include the classroom) during course execution. Please notify the Registrar immediately if you have any questions or concerns.
Please review the official SETC Service Animal Memo attached here for further details

PRIVACY AND SECURITY NOTICE

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