- Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Training
- Cultural Awareness Training
- Tactical Questioning Training
- HUMINT Collection Courses
- Weapons System Training & Doctrine
- Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM)
- Unmanned ground sensor (UGS)
- Intelligent Munitions
- Counter Improvised Explosive Device (CIED) Training
- Counter Explosive Training
- Reconnaissance Training
Weapons Analysis & System Performance (T-WASP)
Advancia provides training development and instructional support to the Textron Republic of Korea (ROK) Textron Weapons Analysis and System Performance (TWASP) and Cost and Operation Effectiveness Analysis (COEA) Training Program.
Supervised Smart Munitions (SSM)
Advancia provides technical support and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to develop operational views, concept of operations, use cases, vignettes, control authority, and battle command integration (including communications architecture) for a proposed family of Supervised Smart Munitions (SSM). Advancia performs research, conduct studies, and generate reports to achieve the above objectives. TDS shall provide technical information and consultation on projected capabilities and limitations of SSM and a background on efforts to date.
Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Maneuver Support Center (MANSCEN)
On the MANSCEN contract, Advancia supported its three service schools by providing Military Analysts, Intelligence Analysts, Training Personnel, and IT support to the Chemical School, the Engineer School, and the Military Police School. MANSCEN is located at Fort Leonard Wood, MO and is where more than 30,000 chemical, engineer and military police Soldiers, Marines, Sailors, Coastguardsmen, and International personnel from Allied Nations receive training annually. Fort Leonard Wood is the Army's only training facility for live chemical agents and weapons of mass destruction.
Counter Explosives Hazards Center (CEHC) - Ft. Leonard Wood, MO
Through multiple contracts, Advancia supported MSCOE by providing counter-improvised explosive device training development and analytical SME support to the CEHC. This support included the development of training products for five full courses that were never entered into the training database.