The Noncommissioned Officers Academy has a mission to prepare new and Prospective Staff Sergeants and Sergeants First Class for their duties as Senior Noncommissioned Officers in positions throughout the Department of Defense and Allied Nation Forces. Noncommissioned Officers are essential elements to the United States military providing for Command and Control as well as supervision of activities pertaining to the discipline, health, morale, and welfare of Advanced and Senior Leaders course.
Our mission at the Army Logistics University NCO Academy is to: Develop confident, competent, and adaptive Noncommissioned Officers through training and education; produce professional leaders in sustainment operations and leadership skills; provide quality education that enhances student learning, delivered with exceptional service by qualified and caring student-centered staff and faculty.
|Advanced Leader Course (ALC)||Senior Leader Course (SLC)|
In addition to the ALU Student Info links, please review the following NCOA policies below for information pertaining to your requirements and your arrival.
|Student Information / Polices||Administrative Policies|
|NCOA Welcome Letter||Student Guide|
|Ft Lee Lodging/Meal Policy||Reporting Procedures|
|NCOA MTT SOP||MTT Requirements Update|
|Packing-List - ALC OD||Pre-Execution Checklist|
|Packing List - ALC TC||Packing List - ALC QM|
|DL Course Prerequisites||SLC|
|Training Travel Policy||NCOA Policy Letter|
|USASMA developed Advanced Leader Course (ALC) Common Core distributed Learning (DL)/Video Teletraining (VTT) course 600-C45, and any Individual MOS DL courses must be completed to be considered a course graduate. This material may be completed before, during or after any Phase of this course. All DL courses are managed by HRC Enlisted Military Schools Branch.|
|Students set up in DTS (Defense Travel System), please ensure that partial payments are authorized while you are TDY. This is extremely important for those students who are using the government charge card.|
The position of commandant of the NCO Academy is filled by a honorable enlisted cadre with a long history of experience and dedication to the United States military. These leaders have a risen through the ranks and selected to their appointed office due to their selfless service and technical acumen. Their history and their legacy will help shape the lives and careers of countless soldiers and their legacy will echo in the halls well beyond their tenure.