refer to open enrollment information for specific instructions.
Description: IASOF is a 2-day
course that seeks to provide attendees with the general knowledge and skills
necessary to successfully operate in a US interagency environment, including
the fundamental principles and guidance to facilitate collaboration with other
US Government agencies, IGOs, and NGOs while performing SOF missions across the
full spectrum of conflict. The course features guest speakers from different
organizations integral to successful IASOF collaboration. Lecture presentations
and discussions are used to provide an overview of the doctrine, planning,
coordination, integration, employment and implementation of effective IASOF
collaboration in activities at the operational level of conflict or crisis
IASOF is designed for USSOCOM and subordinate command personnel in the grades
of noncommissioned officer through O-5. This course also targets DoD and
non-DoD US Government personnel whose job requires knowledge of interagency
operations and will likely deploy outside of the United States. Non-SOF
personnel and governmental personnel, who work or train with interagency
personnel, will also benefit from participation in this course.
should be familiar with JP 3-08 prior to course attendance. Course Enrollment:
IASOF is an Open Enrollment course. As such, it requires no prior approval from
USAFSOS faculty. Students are required to obtain a training line number (TLN)
from their unit training manager. For enrolling through unit training manager
(Open Enrollment link above), supply the PDS code found in the above panel,
along with desired course dates to your local training manager, who will in
turn reserve a course quota for you in the training system. After obtaining a
TLN, students need to access and complete registration for the course through
Blackboard. Please see the link below and follow the instructions. All students
should request a USAFSOS Blackboard account, which also enables access to
specific course materials. To access Blackboard, copy and paste the following
address into your browser's address bar: https://afsoc.blackboard.com.
(We are currently unable to link directly to the USAFSOS Blackboard site per
AFI 33-129, paragraph 6.91.)
This course is taught
at the SECRET level (or
above), you must:
must submit a visit request 14-30 days prior to class start date through JPAS
(use class acronym "IASOF" in POC block) to SMO code EE0VFPP56
being sure the student's personal summary page reflects the proper access to
Ensure that the course acronym "IASOF" is used in the POC block
and that the student's personal summary page reflects proper
access to attend the course.
ONLY NON DOD AGENCIES
ARE ALLOWED TO FAX A SECURITY CLEARANCE. JPAS USERS MUST SEND A VISIT REQUEST
Fax individual's clearance on official
- DSN 579-1866
- COMM 850-884-1866
Ensure that the course acronym "IASOF" and
inclusive dates are clearly indicated at the top of the page as the purpose
for the visit.
SECURITY QUESTIONS ONLY,
the first day of class, students should report NLT 0730 at USAFSOS, 357 Tully
Street when the course takes place at Hurlburt, FL. IASOF is scheduled
through 1600 hrs. on the last day of class. Credit for course attendance
takes place upon completion of class. Hence, travel arrangements should be
made accordingly. See Reporting Instructions for additional reporting info.
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Course dates and locations are subject to change,
please verify schedule prior to departing duty location.
Updated 23 Aug 2017
FY 2018 Schedule
FY 2019 Schedule (1st Qtr)
To register for courses, please go to the USAFSOS Blackboard site.
To access Blackboard, copy and paste the URL below into browser's address bar: https://afsoc.blackboard.com
We are currently unable to link directly to the USAFSOS Blackboard site per AFI 33-129, paragraph 6.9.1.