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809-0-11/19-C46- Maneuver Senior Leaders Course


PACKING LIST: MSLC Packing List.pdf


1. We congratulate you on your selection to attend the Maneuver Senior Leader Course (MSLC) for CMF’s 11 and 19. This is a resident course conducted at FT Indiantown Gap, Annville PA. You are required to be mentally and physically prepared for and attend all blocks of instruction, participate in all practical exercises, and pass all tests and evaluations.


2. The following information is provided for students attending the MSLC PH I Course conducted by the 1st BN (MNVR), 166th REG (RTI).

a. Students may attend the course in an Annual Training or Active Duty Training status.

b. One additional travel day is recommended at the completion of the course for all students driving long distances.



a. Quarters are available for early arrivals.

ATTENTION: Because of the high number of students training at the RTI you will be housed in On Post Quarters. They are priced at $15 to $25 per night. Make sure this is approved in your DTS. ***If you are flying it is highly recommended getting a rental car approved in DTS to get from your quarters to training classrooms and the chow hall.

b. Report in the Army Issued IPFU (T-shirt, shorts, pants, jacket, white socks, and PT shoes) NLT 1630 on the travel day listed in ATRRS. Report to Building 8-80 for

a room key, in-processing and weigh-in. You will then receive additional instructions.

You must have the following items in your possession:


(2) ID Tags

(3) Copy of Profile (if applicable)

(4) Copy of this LOI

(5) 5 Copies of student’s orders

(6) Valid Civilian and Military driver’s license

c. Failure to provide the above listed items may prevent course enrollment.

d. Departing: All flights must be scheduled on the day of graduation. Students will be allowed to maintain their barracks room for one additional night if a flight cannot be scheduled until the day after graduation.




It will be the responsibility of the student’s unit to provide transportation to and from the course. POV is authorized if approved by the unit. Military transportation will be provided during the conduct of the course. Flying Soldiers need to send a copy of flight itineraries to the course manager prior to arrival for shuttle scheduling from the airport. A shuttle will be provided until 1600 on the report date. After that time, Soldiers will need to provide their own transportation to the in-processing and training site. Students requiring transportation from the airport, train or bus station must email flight/travel itinerary prior to their arrival. POC for this is SFC Bukousky, corey.a.bukousky.mil@mail.mil



Privately owned vehicles are authorized. Parking for POVs is located at the student barracks. (See enclosure)



a. Uniform for the course is ACU/OCP with patrol cap and IPFU.

b. Uniform will be prescribed per the training schedule, and worn IAW AR 670-1.

c. Washers and dryers are available in the barracks. However, students must provide laundry detergent.

d. Refer to enclosure for equipment requirements for the course.



a. Billets and meals will be provided. Linen will be provided. Personal bedding or sleeping bags are encouraged and are not issued by supply. Students will need to bring personal hygiene and comfort items.

b. Students will be assigned to a 2 person room/shared latrine upon reporting for the course.

c. Barracks and common areas must be maintained IAW the building maintenance SOP.



a. Pay and allowances must be processed by parent unit.



a. Drugs and personal firearms are prohibited.

b. Students should bring APPROPRIATE civilian attire for commander’s time.

c. There is a PX/ Clothing and Sales located in Area 9.

d. Unit personnel can contact students by calling (717) 861-6760 or 2809

(1) Email corey.a.bukousky.mil@mail.mil

(2) School telephone numbers are provided for emergency calls only.

(3) Students who need to make personal calls will use pay phones or personal cellular phones.

(4) The RED Cross will be used for all emergency leave situations at (717) 273-2671

e. Daily incoming/outgoing mail service will be provided, it usually takes 2 days longer than normal to receive mail. The address for the school is as follows:




1st BN (MNVR), 166th REG (RTI)


ANNVILLE, PA 17003-5002



Must be a graduate of 11B, 11C, 19D, 19K ALC, and hold one of those MOS’s


As a requirement for enrollment into the course each student must have the following:

a. Copy of Soldiers SSD 3 Certificate (Must have see ALARACT 216/2012).

b. Pre-Execution Checklist if not on PRC Screen (should be done on ATRRS PRC Screen)

c. Profiles (Soldiers cannot attend training on a temporary profile without a waiver. Waivers must be acquired by the unit, the schoolhouse does not approve waivers.

d. DA 1059 from PH 1 MSLC (only if you are attending PH II)



Your instructor will provide this information during the In-Briefing.



a. APFT is a graduation requirement. APFT and HT/WT will be given day one of the course, Soldiers failing will be given 1 week to meet the standard, or will be sent home with a DA1059 stating “Failure to meet course standards” in blocks 12 and 14

b. Physical training is a course requirement, and is an every other day class function which is student led. Facilities are available for those that wish to do some type of physical activity after duty hours. A reflective belt or vest is required for running on post (except on the running track).



Students may be relieved prior to course completion IAW AR 351-1, Section VIII, Paragraph 5-29 for the following:


a. Administrative Reasons: An administrative reason may be granted for such reasons as emergencies, personal problems or extenuating circumstances, and the individual will be released back to the parent unit. In addition, a medical release may be granted when illness, hospitalization, or a physical profile precludes a successful completion of the course. Course completion credit will be given only to the students who can successfully complete the entire course.

b. Disciplinary Reasons: Students may be dismissed for infractions of school policies, the Honor System, or violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

c. Motivation: Demonstrative lack of motivation, for example – receiving more than two counseling sessions for minor violations of school policy, may facilitate dismissal from the course.

d. Academic Reasons: Academic dismissal will occur when a student fails to achieve course standards.

(1) Students who fail to meet established HQ TRADOC test standards through two separate evaluations (test) followed by reinforcement training for each failure, and reviewed by commander, may be dismissed from training for academic deficiency.

(2) A student may also be dismissed for missing more than 10% of the course of instruction.

(3) If a student repeatedly fails tests and if more than adequate time for training and re-training is given but student’s progress is causing hardship on instructors and/or students, commander can dismiss the student.

(4) Failure of the APFT or HT/WT



a. Student passes will be determined by the Course Manager (CM) and approved by the commander.

b. Emergency leave from school will be determined and approved by the commander.



The chain of command will be explained to students during orientation, and will be strictly followed. All matters will be handled through the chain of command beginning at the lowest level.



a. The cadre is available at any time for counseling. Students with personal problems or grievances should utilize the chain of command. Every effort will be made to resolve student problems at the lowest level.

b. Students will be counseled as required for disciplinary actions, substandard performance, and attitude problems.

c. Grievances will be handled IAW appropriate regulations.


17. For additional information Log into https://actnow.army.mil. Once you have logged into the actnow website paste the following into the address bar: https://actnow.army.mil/communities/service/html/communityview?communityUuid=17e65705-51bf-4119-9f82-671ae852aa95. Look under the MSLC library tab to find the current packing list, Individual Student Assessment plan, FTIG map and additional information.



18. Our objective is to teach you the skills you need to become an effective Maneuver Leader on the battlefield of the future. To do this, we will use small group discussions, multiple practical exercises as well as 3-day task intensive STX using advance electronic systems and virtual simulation systems (VBS3).


19. POC is SFC Corey Bukousky at (717) 861-2809.