TOC Operations

April 6, 2015 |

Tactical Operations Center (TOC) The TOC serves as the unit’s command and control hub, assisting the commander in synchronizing operations. The TOC is the location where the majority of the planning, staff coordination, and monitoring of key events occurs. The personnel manning the TOC are responsible for ensuring that all resources are in the right place at the right time. They must function efficiently and effectively as a team in a fast-paced, unforgiving environment – this is no simple task for an inexperienced staff officer or NCO to accomplish. Each member of the TOC must understand the overall function of the TOC and how they individually and collectively contribute. TOC Functions Current manuals provide little detail on the specific doctrinal methods of running a Tactical Operations Center (TOC).  However, there are six basic TOC functions which we will focus on: Receive information. Distribute information. Analyze information. Submit recommendations to the commander….    read more 

Powerpoint Classes added April 2014

April 1, 2014 |

Pre-made Templates for Military Training This is where we load the freshest classes, this is where put all our latest powerpoints here so you can get our new classes right away while we figure out what to do with them.  April 2014 1973 Wounded Knee Incident, 1,036kbs 50 cal PMI, 554kb Accident Avoidance Training, 263kbs Accident investigating and reporting, 350kbs ASAP Basic UPL Course, 2,099kbs Basic ECG Interpretation, 6,263kbs Effective Army Writing Class, 701kbs Hallucinogens, Salvia, Mescaline, Khat, 1,177kbs HazMat Control Containment Confinement Operations, 661kbs HOW TO GIVE A CLASS PRESENTATION, 335kbs Identify Visual Indicators of Improvised Explosive Devices, 3,912kbs IED risk mitigation, 2,050kbs Introduction to PMCS, 7,650kbs NCO Creed NCOPD, 2,682kbs North Korea Country Brief, 379kbs OEF mine awareness, 262kbs OPORD Class, 446kbs Peer coaching techniques, 534kbs Perform Voice Commands, 315kbs Uniform Policy Leaders Training 3,987kbs Women In the Military, 2,511kbs

New site for free Army Classes, MilitaryPPT

November 10, 2013 |

For all the hooahs we added a new site where you can easily get some common military powerpoint classes, we call it This new PowerpintRanger site will allow soldiers to surf to the site and grab a few common classes without any logins, passwords or any special features, just click on the file and download one of the .PPT classes. We have three major categories. They are: Training-Sergeants Time Training is the period dedicated each week to NCOs to train their Soldiers on individual tasks at small unit level. This time affords the opportunity for leadership to plan and execute training for junior soldiers. Operations-Responsible for providing tactical and technical guidance and professional support to subordinate units. Makes recommendations to superiors in the accomplishment of their duties in support of mission accomplishment. Counseling-Subordinate leader development relates directly to two leadership competencies: soldier team development, and teaching and counseling. The…    read more 


August 23, 2013 |

Pre-Made Powerpoint Classes for Military is the archive of user-donated classes to download. Great for Sergeants Time, Warrior Task training, NCOPD or OPD.  Check our 1-click Topics for our most popular subjects. To join you must register and pay $9.99 for 1-year access, or upload a fresh, new classes and you will be given 1-week free access. PowerpointRanger is the TBS Vet archive of pre-made Classes. TBS has long been a provider of web-based products and services to the military, and continues this tradition today. Created by SPC Jason Blanchard, USA in 1998, this site has been providing free and subscription pre-made PowerPoint classes to military members for over 15-years. We are not affiliated with or endorsed by the DoD. Each class donated to this site is reviewed for accuracy, relevance and operational security. We do not knowingly allow sensitive, FOUO, or classified classes that put service members at risk.