For the last 20 years, ATAC has been an instrumental part of U.S. Navy Fleet Integrated Training. From Unit Level Training (ULT) events with U.S. Navy ships and squadrons, to the most complex Joint and International exercises, ATAC has played a vital role for the Fleet, at sea and ashore. ATAC has a cadre of former Navy leaders in its ranks who understand the complexity and requirements of effective naval warfare training.
Almost every day of the year, ATAC is training or planning to train with U.S. Navy fleet assets on the east and west coast, or overseas in the Indo-Pacific region. One of the foundations of our business operation is support for the Navy's Fleet Fighter Jet Services (FJS) contract. ATAC is built to react on short notice and provide flexible, scalable adversary forces for Navy leaders in diverse global locations.
The list below includes a sampling of ATAC's Fleet Integrated Training missions. The list is long, but it is not all-inclusive:
- Unit Level Training (ULT) for Navy and Marine Corps Fleet Replacement Squadrons (FRSs)
- ULT for U.S. Navy Ships
- Strike Fighter Advanced Readiness Program (SFARP)
- Composite Training Unit Exercises (COMPTUEXs)
- Surface Warfare Advanced Tactical Training (SWATT)
- TOPGUN Support
- Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG)/Carrier Strike Group (CSG) Training Support
- Amphibious Ready Group Training
- Fleet Problem Events
- Joint Task Force Training
- CVW Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP)
- Sole Provider of Target Tow for U.S. Navy forces in Japan and Hawaii