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MISSION  

Provide surface ships (including U.S. Coast Guard) with Basic Phase education, training, assessments and certifications in a structured approach to maximize training efficiency and effectiveness. ATGPNW supports the Pacific Fleet Type Commander and afloat Commanding Officers with Independent Unit Ready for Tasking (IURFT) compliance in accordance with the Fleet Training Continuum and the Surface Force Readiness Manual.

Collaborate with the Immediate Superior in Command (ISIC) to establish and implement an integrated readiness schedule to produce ships and crews that are prepared to execute the Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP), meet operational commitments and enable ships to reach expected service life.

Serve as fleet support for Training and Operational Readiness Information Services (TORIS) and associated applications.

Provide support via the Navy Continuous Training Environment (NCTE) battle lab for Fleet Synthetic Training (FST) events.

Conduct Monthly In-port Training Events (MITES).

 
COMMANDING OFFICER, AFLOAT TRAINING GROUP PACIFIC NORTHWEST
COMMANDING OFFICER’S PHILOSOPHY 
      
 
1.  VISION.  OUR COMMAND IS – AND WILL REMAIN – THE BEST IN THE AFLOAT TRAINING ORGANIZATION AT HELPING WARSHIPS AND CUTTERS PREPARE TO SAIL INTO HARM’S WAY AND TO SUCCEED IN ALL MISSIONS. WE ARE ONE TEAM WITH THE SHIPS WE TRAIN AND THEIR ISICS, WORKING TO ENSURE THE SHIPS’ CONTINUOUS READINESS. 
2.  SEVEN PILLARS OF EXCELLENCE.  OUR COMMAND IS COMPRISED OF SENIOR, EXPERT SAILORS – THE BEST OUR NAVY HAS TO OFFER.  WHETHER THROUGH DELIBERATE PLANNING OR INSTINCT, OUR TEAM EXCELS BECAUSE OF ADHERENCE TO THE SEVEN PILLARS OF EXCELLENCE:
    A.  INTEGRITY.  WE DO THE RIGHT THING – ALWAYS.  WE HOLD OURSELVES ACCOUNTABLE TO THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT.

    B.  LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE.  KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING AND MAKE SURE YOUR PEOPLE KNOW WHAT THEY’RE DOING.  BE THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT BY KNOWING THE BOOK.  ENSURE THAT TRAINING WE CONDUCT IS MEANINGFUL. PERSONAL EDUCATION IS IMPORTANT, TOO.  INVEST THE TIME TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW OR WORK ON YOUR CONTINUING EDUCATION.

    C.  PROCEDURAL COMPLIANCE.  WE USE AND ENFORCE PROCEDURAL COMPLIANCE.  NEVER ARGUE WITH THE SAILOR WHO’S GOT THE BOOK IN HAND, BUT IF THE BOOK IS WRONG, WORK TO CHANGE IT.  WE WILL ALWAYS IDENTIFY THE PROCEDURE (OR REFERENCE) TO WHICH WE ARE ASSESSING OR THE “BEST PRACTICE” WE ARE RECOMMENDING.

    D.  QUESTIONING ATTITUDE.  ASK “IS THERE A BETTER WAY?” DON’T ASSUME THAT “THE WAY WE’VE ALWAYS DONE IT” IS THE BEST – OR EVEN CORRECT – SOLUTION.  SELF-ASSESSMENT IS ALSO IMPORTANT; KNOW WHEN TO ADMIT FAULT AND LEARN FROM IT!

    E.  FORMAL COMMUNICATION.  AS TRAINERS, ASSESSORS, AND LEADERS WITHIN THE FLEET, OUR COMMUNICATIONS – WRITTEN AND VERBAL – MUST BE BEYOND REPROACH.  YOU ARE MY DIRECT REPRESENTATIVE IN WHAT YOU SAY, DO, AND WRITE. DO NOT PUT YOURSELF IN A DIFFICULT POSITION BY SPEAKING OR WRITING ANYTHING YOU WOULD NOT BE COMFORTABLE RELAYING TO EITHER ME OR THE SHIP’S CO.

    F.  FORCEFUL BACK-UP.  HELP YOUR SHIPMATES.  ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO CHECK YOUR WORK; LIKEWISE, BACK UP YOUR SHIPMATES REGARDLESS OF YOUR POSITION OR RANK – OR THEIRS!  TO SUPPORT THE SHIPS, WE WILL PROVIDE ACCURATE FEEDBACK TO THE CUSTOMER WITHIN THE WEEK FOLLOWING AN ASSESSMENT OR TRAINING.

    G.  RISK MANAGEMENT.  WE DO NOT AVOID RISK, WE MANAGE IT. SAILORS WILL ALWAYS GIVE 100% TO ACCOMPLISH A MISSION, AND DURING ASSESSMENTS WE WILL ENSURE THAT EVOLUTIONS ARE DONE SAFELY.  IF WE ARE CONCERNED, WE’LL STOP THE ASSESSMENT AND VOICE OUR CONCERNS.  COMPLETING AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSESSMENT DOES NOT TAKE PRIORITY OVER SAFETY. IT DOES NOT TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER SOMEONE’S LIFE.

3.  EXPECTATIONS.  I EXPECT YOU TO LEAD BY TRAINING YOUR PEOPLE WELL, TREATING THEM WITH RESPECT, AND ENSURING THEIR CONTINUED, PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH. A POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE IS INFECTIOUS. SET A POSITIVE CLIMATE THROUGHOUT ATG PACNORWEST BY TREATING EVERYONE WITH THE COURTESY, RESPECT, AND FAIRNESS WE ALL WANT AND DESERVE.
A FEW EXAMPLES OF MY EXPECTATIONS ARE:
1. BE THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT. PERFORM AS THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT IN ALL AREAS RELEVANT TO YOUR WARFARE AREA. YOU MUST BE PREPARED TO PROVIDE ANSWERS TO THE TRAINING TEAMS AND WATCHSTANDERS.
2. ACCURATE AND OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENTS. OBJECTIVELY ASSESS EVERY TRAINING EVENT. USE OBJECTIVE STANDARDS AND PROVIDE AN ACCURATE ASSESSMENT OF THE ABILITIES OF A, TRAINING, OR WATCH TEAM.
3. WORK AS ONE TEAM. BE PROFESSIONAL AND RESPECT YOUR FELLOW TEAM MEMBERS. LISTEN TO OTHERS, DISCUSS WHAT YOU HAVE OBSERVED, AND WORK TOGETHER TO FORMULATE RECOMMENDATIONS.
4. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/CERTIFICATION. IN ORDER TO BE THE SME, WE MUST ALL QUALIFY OR CERTIFY IN OUR RESPECTIVE AREAS WARFARE AREA. BE PROACTIVE AND SEEK OUT OPPORTUNITIES TO OBTAIN THE REQUIRED TRAINING TO QUALIFY OR CERTIFY IN YOUR AREA OF EXPERTISE.
5. PHYSICAL FITNESS. ENSURE THAT WE ARE DOING WHAT WE NEED TO DO IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN OUR PHYSICAL READINESS. EVERYONE HAS THE OPPORTUNITY TO FIT THIS INTO NORMAL WORK HOURS.

4.  PERSONAL GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES. EVEN THOUGH YOU SPEND MANY DAYS AND WEEKS AWAY FROM HOME SUPPORTING THE FLEET, THERE ARE STILL NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE FOR PERSONAL GROWTH. I ENCOURAGE EACH OF YOU TO TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF THESE OPPORTUNITIES. A FEW EXAMPLES OF THINGS THAT CAN ASSIST YOU PERSONALLY AND PROFESSIONALLY ARE:
          1. OFF DUTY EDUCATION
          2. COMMUNITY SERVICE
          3. COMMAND COLLATERAL DUTIES
          4. SMALL CRAFT POIC QUALIFICATION
          5. OUT OF RATE QUALIFICATIONS

5. COMMUNICATION.  BY SHARING IDEAS AND COMMUNICATING WITH EACH OTHER WE WILL REMAIN THE BEST AT WHAT WE DO. IN ORDER FOR ME TO MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION, I MUST DRAW UPON YOUR SPECIFIC EXPERIENCE AND UNDERSTANDING. EVERYONE HAS AN IDEA OR OPINION ON HOW WE CAN DO THINGS BETTER. WE ARE ONE TEAM, AND I EXPECT INPUT FROM ALL LEVELS OF THE CHAIN OF COMMAND IN ORDER TO PROVIDE A BETTER PRODUCT TO THE FLEET.
 
WTI Selection Boards convene every other month starting in January. Application due dates are the second Friday of those months and are listed below:

13 Jan, 10 Mar, 12 May, 14 Jul, 8 Sep, 10 Nov
Submit applications and questions to SWO_WTI@navy.mi


Course Dates for 2023

AMW WTI COI (Little Creek, VA)
23030: 18SEP-15DEC 2023

ASW/SUW WTI COI (San Diego, CA)
23030: 5SEP-15DEC 2023

IAMD WTI COI (Dahlgren, VA)
23030: 7AUG-15DEC 2023


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AMW, ASW/SUW, IAMD:
24010: 16JAN-10MAY
2024 24020: 06MAY-23AUG
2024 24030: 26AUG-13DEC 2024

MIW:
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24020: 06MAY-23SEP


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Application due dates are the second Friday of those months and are listed below:

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AMW WTI COI (Little Creek, VA)
23020: 30MAY-15SEP 2023
23030: 28AUG-15DEC 2023

ASW/SUW WTI COI (San Diego, CA)
23020: 5JUN-15SEP 2023
23030: 5SEP-15DEC 2023

IAMD WTI COI (Dahlgren, VA)
23020: 15MAY-15SEP 2023
23030: 7AUG-15DEC 2023

Course Dates for 2024 (*all 4 courses will be held in San Diego*)

AMW, ASW/SUW, IAMD:
24010: 16JAN- 10MAY 2024
24020: 06MAY- 23AUG 2024
24030: 26AUG- 13DEC 2024

MIW:
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24020: 06MAY 23SEP 2024

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WTI Selection Boards convene every other month starting in January.
Application due dates are the second Friday of those months and are listed below:

13 Jan, 10 Mar, 12 May, 14 Jul, 8 Sep, 10 Nov
Submit applications and questions to SWO_WTI@navy.mil
Course Dates for 2023
 

AMW WTI COI (Little Creek, VA)
23030: 18SEP-15DEC 2023

ASW/SUW WTI COI (San Diego, CA)
23030: 5SEP-15DEC 2023

IAMD WTI COI (Dahlgren, VA)
23030: 7AUG-15DEC 2023


Course Dates for 2024 (*all 4 courses will be held in San Diego*)

AMW, ASW/SUW, IAMD:
24010: 16JAN-10MAY 2024
24020: 06MAY-23AUG 2024
24030: 26AUG-13DEC 2024

MIW:
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24020: 06MAY-23SEP
 
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Shipmates! On behalf of the Commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, I’d like to extend a warm welcome to our staff. You will soon be part of a dedicated group of military and civilian professionals who are performing a mission of vital importance to our nation.

Our key missions are to deliver and sustain full-spectrum naval power in support of fleet and operational commanders; to lead Surface Warfare policy and standardization initiatives with a fleet-focused perspective; and to develop the professional expertise of our surface warriors.

The SURFPAC team is dedicated to supporting the fleet and our Sailors. We are making an impact on the waterfront each and every day. You will find your tour here to be challenging yet rewarding. We are focused on warfighting readiness and preserving the Surface Force competitive edge. Your contributions to our mission will ensure the Surface Force remains the vanguard of our Navy’s combat power, ready at a moment’s notice, 24/7, around the world.

CAPT T.J. Zerr
Chief of Staff
 

 

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12 JAN, 08 MAR, 10 MAY, 12 JUL, 13 SEP, 08 NOV
Submit applications and questions to SWO_WTI@navy.mil


Course Dates for 2024 (*all 4 courses will be held in San Diego*)

AMW, ASW/SUW, IAMD, MIW:
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24020: 06 MAY – 23 AUG
24030: 26 AUG – 13 DEC


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USS OAKLAND SAILS OUT OF CHANGI NAVAL BASE

230326-N-HV010-1142 NATUNA SEA (March 26, 2023) Boatswain’s Mate 2nd Class Louis Guicovelasquez, from Lincoln, Nebraska, observes as an MH-60R SeaHawk, attached to Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron (HSM) 35, flies away from the flight deck aboard Independence-class littoral combat ship USS Oakland (LCS 24) as Oakland sails across the Natuna Sea, March 26, 2023. Oakland, part of Destroyer Squadron 7, is on a rotational deployment, operating in the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations to enhance interoperability with Allies and partners and serve as a ready-response force in support of a free and open Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sang Kim)

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June 2023 - Why the Navy Loves to SWATT – What You Should Know 

June 2023 

May 2023 - A Foundation of Excellence 

May 2023 

 

Apr 2023 - BRM Training 

April 2023 

 

Mar 2023 - Surface Force Embedded Mental Health 

March 2023 

 

Winter 2023 - SNA Edition 

Winter 2023 

 

October 2022 - Surface Warfare of the Year 

October 2022 

 

July 2022 - The War On Rust 

July 2022 

 

May 2022 - Maintenance Execution Teams 

May 2022 

 

April 2022 - Stars Guide Essex Home 

April 2022 

 

Winter 2022 - SNA The Competitve Edge 

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September 2021 - SWO Virtual Learning 

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June 2021 - Sleep Study 

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Fall 2020 - Issue 68 

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Winter 2023 - SNA Edition 

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October 2022 - Surface Warfare of the Year 

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July 2022 - The War On Rust 

July 2022 

 

May 2022 - Maintenance Execution Teams 

May 2022 

 

April 2022 - Stars Guide Essex Home 

April 2022 

 

Winter 2022 - SNA The Competitve Edge 

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September 2021 - SWO Virtual Learning 

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July 2021 - LCS Story 

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June 2021 - Sleep Study 

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Fall 2020 - Issue 68 

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Summer 2020 - Issue 66 

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Winter 2020 - Issue 65 

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Winter 2023 - SNA Edition

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October 2022 - Surface Warfare of the Year 

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May 2022 - Maintenance Execution Teams 

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April 2022 - Stars Guide Essex Home 

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Winter 2022 - SNA The Competitve Edge 

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September 2021 - SWO Virtual Learning 

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Summer 2020 - Issue 66 

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Winter 2020 - Issue 65 

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United States Navy Ship Class Specifications
Amphibious Assault Ship - LHD/LHA Dock Landing Ship - LSD
Amphibious Transport Dock - LPD Frigate - FFG
Cruiser - CG Littoral Combat Ship - LCS
Destroyer - DDG Mine Countermeasure Ship - MCM
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Commander, Naval Surfaces Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet
2841 Rendova Road
San Diego, CA 92155-5490

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Commander, Naval Surfaces Forces
U.S. Pacific Fleet

2841 Rendova Road
San Diego, CA 92155-5490

This is an official U.S. Navy website
Email:
Public Affairs Officer
Webmaster
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