MAT expands ammunition system training offerings
McLane Advanced Technologies (MAT) has announced that it is now providing Standard Army Ammunition System-Modernisation (SAAS-MOD) training classes along with its other Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) Training. The classes are part of the company’s goal to offer a comprehensive training portfolio to meet the needs of military personnel.
SAAS-MOD’s mission is to store, receive, issue, and ship munitions. The system enables the US Army to manage ammunition with tracking and support. Through network communications SAAS-MOD provides global visibility of stock levels to the army and its major commands.
MAT is a recognised subject matter expert in Logistics Information Systems. The result is substantial training capabilities by certified instructors. Classes are conducted at MAT’s campus as well as locations worldwide. The objective of the SAAS-MOD training is to provide students with the ability to operate, demonstrate, and apply the functions and capabilities of SAAS-MOD to support munitions operations.
McLane Advanced Technologies also offers the following STAMIS Training classes: SAMS-1E, SAMS-2E, SAMS-E Manager Training, SASMO Training, SAMS-E Train-The-Trainer, SAMS-IE, PBUSE, SARSS, and ULLS-A (E). The new classes will start in October at the MAT campus in Temple, Texas.
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