Portray a doctrinal, uncooperative adversary to provide better challenges in training
Leverage the functional framework as a lens to understand real-world adversaries and events
The Opposing Force (OPFOR) Threats Tactics Course (TTC) provides foundational instruction on OPFOR concepts and capabilities using functional tactic – a framework for tactical best-practices.
The course leverages computer-based resources, subject matter experts, real-world case studies, and hands-on practical exercises to train and educate students on tactical best practices that provide a realistic, challenging adversary as required* for U.S. Army training events.
This course is presented by the proponents of the OPFOR doctrinal products and Operational Environment (OE), the TRADOC G-2 Operational Environment and Threats Integration Directorate (OETA).
The focus is helping your personnel understand and apply a hybrid OPFOR threat, based on best practices representing a mix of conventional forces and irregular actors with a range of capabilities – analogous to actual worldwide adversaries.
*Enables OPFOR to meet regulatory requirements as outlined in AR 350-2, TR 10-5-1, TR 350-70.
The TTC is not: