7th Army Training Command
U.S. Army Europe's Training Command
Noncommissioned Officer Academy
The 7th Army NCO Academy mission is to train and develop future leaders who are adaptive, disciplined and ready to lead effectively at the squad and team levels. We inspire Soldiers to be creative problem-solvers, physically fit, resilient and grounded in Army Values and the Warrior Ethos. We foster a positive environment that emphasizes life-long learning, adaptation, collaboration and critical thinking.
At the NCO Academy in Grafenwoehr, Germany, we train U.S. and Multinational Soldiers using the Basic Leader Course curriculum from the Sergeants Major Academy. Our Academy is a 22-day branch-immaterial course, which includes three modules and 169 academic hours. We offer nine cycles per year, averaging 256-324 students per course.
Commandant's Orientation, Army Physical Fitness Test, Introduction to Basic Leader Course, Army Leadership, Developmental Counseling, Army Correspondence, History of the Army and the NCO, NCO Evaluation Report, SHARP, Personnel Recovery, Effects of Culture, Resilience, Military Justice and Discipline, Suicide Prevention for Junior Leaders, Ethical Problem Solving, NCO Initiatives and Leadership Exam.
Risk Management, After Action Review, Physical Readiness Training (PRT), Training Management, Conduct Individual Training, Health and Fitness, Drill and Ceremonies, Supply Procedure and Training Exam.
War Fighting Module
Small Unit Combat Operations According to the Law of War, Combat Orders, Team/Squad Movement Techniques, Tactical Operations, Tactical Reports and Requests, Casualty Evacuation, Map Reading, Land Navigation and War Fighting.