MTCR


MTCR

Missile Technology Control Regime MTT (Mobile Training Team) Course

NOTE: The following information is offered for archival purposes only. This course is no longer offered by DSCU.

Objective

The purpose of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) was to train selected DoD personnel in recognizing and controlling the export of missiles/UAVs and related technologies that have the potential for use in the delivery of weapons of mass destruction. The regime and supporting documentation were designed to assist in the implementation of national export controls to monitor, control, and deny exportation of these critical technologies.

Course Description

This two day MTT (Mobile Training Team) course was conducted once per year and hosted by alternating MILDEPS. Its purpose was to provide a familiarization with the MTCR basic guidelines and the relevant review process for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) cases. A discussion of the FMS process and the relationship of the MTCR to the Arms Export Control Act (AECA) and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) provided the students a framework for understanding the need for thorough reviews of items provided on Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOA). In addition, students were introduced to the roles and responsibilities of the Departments of State, Commerce, and Defense.


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