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NEWS | Nov. 17, 2020

UTAP: You’re Just a Click Away!

Halft-Mast using UTAP
Photo courtesy of: PS 798 (May 19)

This article initially appeared in PS 798 (May 19), p. 20-21.
TACOM’s Unit Training Assistance Program, UTAP, provides approved training materials for a variety of TACOM-managed equipment. It’s just a click away for all DoD members through a CAC-enabled website.
UTAP is available 24/7 and contains OPNET, FLMNET, sustainment and supplemental system training materials such as: 
  • Lesson plans
  • Instructor guides
  • PowerPoint presentations
  • Training videos
  • Supplemental information
  • Web-links to other valuable training sites
UTAP training material is not intended to replace institutional or new equipment training by program managers. It does not qualify for an Additional Skill Identifier (ASI). The training materials found in UTAP should be used only as supplemental training.
UTAP is here to support everything you drive, wear, shoot and eat!

Customer Assistance Team: UTAP offers a top-rated customer assistance team that’s ready to tackle any question or problem. If you need help locating specific training materials, finding an item manager or NSN, or just need help navigating the site, the customer assistance team is ready to assist.
Call DSN 786-3769, (586) 282-3769, or e-mail:
So what are you waiting for? You’re only a click away from discovering the kind of training that’ll make you a better Soldier:            
Under the Help drop down, select Create Help desk Request and follow the instructions. You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail within an hour, excluding weekends.

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