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Ordnance Training Detachment-Gordon (OTD-G)

The Ordnance Training Detachment, part of the 15th Regimental Signal Brigade, oversees the initial entry training of the 94 series military occupational specialty.

 

Mission


The current mission of the Ordnance Training Detachment is to provide command, administrative, and logistical support to all assigned and attached Soldiers; provide a unit environment which will produce a well-trained, highly motivated, disciplined, physically fit Advanced Individual Training (AIT)/Initial Entry Training (IET) Soldier who is competent in basic Soldiering and Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) related skills and provide support for Ordnance Electronic Maintenance Departments.


The Ordnance Training Detachment trains and develops motivated, disciplined, physically-fit Ordnance Soldiers and warrant officers who live by the seven Army values and are competent in entry-level MOS and common Soldier skills. The unit also provides Soldier and family support systems that support the Ordnance Soldier and family.



Vision


A fully competent team in relentless pursuit of providing the best trained Ordnance Soldiers for the U.S Army.



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Ordnance Training Detachment-Gordon
Bldg 25604 Barnes Avenue
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
Commercial: (706) 791-8391 DSN: 780-8391
Staff Duty: (706) 791-2926
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