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COL Manley James
HQ 139th Regt (CA)
PO Box 70300
Ft Bragg, NC 28307-5000
Phone: (910) 495-7914
Thank you for visiting the 139th Regiment, North Carolina Military Academy’s web site.
Our Mission Is:
  • To provide combat arms and combat support training, including Military Occupational Specialty Training (MOST), Additional Skill Identifier (ASI), and Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES) training for the Army National Guard, the United States Reserve (USAR), and the Active Component (AC).
  • We also provide challenging Officer Candidate School (OCS) training that leads to a commission as a 2LT for ARNG, USAR, and AC Soldiers.
Whether you decide to attend our NCOES, OCS, Combat Arms MOS training or Combat Medic training, come mentally and physically prepared to meet the challenge. We look forward to assisting you with obtaining the necessary skills to further your military career.
The 139th Regiment is an unsurpassed provider of world-class training. Our commitment to safety and force protection–both on-duty and off, is second to none.


 139th Information

Who can attend?
Any ARNG, USAR, or AC Soldier requiring MOS reclassification. For NCOES courses, NCO must be recommended by their unit commander and meet all prerequisites prescribed in appropriate regulations.
Academy Course Listing and Enrollment Information
To enroll in any of the courses the Academy offers:
  • Go to the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS)Catalog You must have an AKO account to view available courses.
  • Search for the Academy School Code of 1007.
  • Find the course you are available to attend.
  • Contact your unit Training NCO for enrollment procedures.
For detailed information about classes and other activities going on at the NC Military Academy, call the Academy at (910) 495-7914.
What Courses Are Offered
The following courses are offered through the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS) upon request each training year:
  • Field Artillery Courses (Phase I, II, & III)
  • BNCOC Phase 1 (Common Leader Training)
  • BNCOC and MOSQ: 13B30, 13D30, 13F30, 13M30, 13P30
  • ANCOC: 13B40, 13D40, 13F40, 13M40,13P40
  • 68W – Health Care Transition
Functional Courses:
  • Total Army Instructor Training Course (TAITC)
  • Small Group Instructor Course (SGI)
  • Tactical Certification Course (TCC)
  • Combat Lifesaver Course (CLC)
  • Tactical Training & Orientation Course (TTOC)
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NonCommissioned Officer Education Schools (NCOES)
  • TASK: To fulfill mission requirements for Non-Commissioned Officers in leadership Schools and NCO continuing Leadership Education for domestic and federal missions according to school programs of instruction for Army NCOES
  • PURPOSE: Produce highly trained NCOs ready to return to Army, National Guard and Reserve units as a qualified Non-Commissioned Officers
    BNCOC Phase 1-3
    Warrior Leadership Course on request from National Guard Bureau (NGB)
Field Artillery
  • TASK: Conduct Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) producing courses according to school programs of instruction for Field Artillery (FA) students.
  • PURPOSE: Produce highly trained Soldiers ready to proceed to the next phase of training or ready to return to their unit as qualified, deployable FA Operators.
    13B – Cannon Crewmember
    13D – Field Artillery Tactical Data System Specialist
    13F – Field Artillery Fire Support Specialist
    13M – Multiple Launch Rocket System Crewmember
    13P – MLRS Fire Direction Specialist
    13R — Field Artillery Firefinder Radar Operator
The Medical Training Site (MTS):
Conducts 68W Transition/Sustainment Courses including Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B), EMT-B Refresher, Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) & Trauma AIMS Courses. In addition to these courses the MTS provides Combat Lifesaver Course (CLC) Initial/Refresher Courses and CPR AED courses.
The 68W Transition/Sustainment Courses are provided as a combined operation of the 44th MEDCOM 68 W School & the 139th Regiment Medical Training Site.
  • TASK: Conduct Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) transition courses according to school programs of instruction for Medical field related students.
  • PURPOSE: Produce highly trained Soldiers ready to proceed to the next phase of training or ready to return to their unit as a qualified, deployable combat medical or emergency medical services personnel.
68W- National Registry Emergency Medical Tech Basic (EMTB) PHASE I
68W – Trauma Aims PHASE II
68W- Pre Hospital life Support (PHTLS) PHASE III
Certified as 68W– Health Care Specialist after all phases complete
Additional Identifier – Combat Lifesaver Qualification Course / CLS Recertification
American heart Association Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Course
National Registry Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Refresher Training

 Directions To the Academy

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  • In the “To:” location box, type:
  • Address: Bldg A-4595 Butner Road
  • City: Fort Bragg
  • State: NC
  • Zip: 28310
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