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The Equal Opportunity (EO) Training Proponent develops EO training and doctrine material for the United States Army. The EO Training Proponent’s goal is to provide effective training material to EO professionals and commanders in the field. The EO Training Proponent develops and maintains the Equal Opportunity Leader Course (EOLC), provides assistance and instructional materials to schools across the Army, develops and evaluates the Training Support Package (TSP) for Army Service Specific Training for the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI), as well as maintaining TC 26-6 (Commander’s EO Handbook).  The EO Training Proponent develops and maintains EO training for Professional Military Education (PME) taught during OES/NCOES service schools.  The training documents are located on the Central Army Registry's (CAR) website. EOAs must request access to the CAR in order to utilize the EO training material.

PhotoNALTC Patrick L. Mallett

Phone: 803-751-8441
DSN: 734-8441
EMAIL: patrick.l.mallett2.mil@mail.mil

SGMSGM Thomas Moore

803-751-8349

thomas.f.moore14.mil@mail.mil

Phone: 803-751-8302 or 8382

Develop Equal Opportunity (EO) training doctrine and materials for the Army and the Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) and Army schools, centers and units. Develop, update and validate EO and related training products for the Army and DEOMI.

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SSI LRCThe SSI Learning Resource Center is designed to provide access to the latest Adjutant General, Financial Management, and Recruiting and Retention training material.  Resources are available for individual, collective, distributed learning to CAC (common access card) and AKO users.

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