Theater Required Training

Quarantine Information for Arrivals:

         - Arrival to South Korea
         - Landing in Osan
         - Entering Quarantine
         - Day to Day Life in Quarantine
         - Out Processing Quarantine
         - Notes and Resources

1.) Components, units and sponsors ensure inbound personnel conducting quarantine on Camp Humphreys receive 2ID quarantine guide.

Comprehensive quarantine guidance for all inbounds conducting quarantine on Camp Humphreys can be found here.

2.) 7th Air Force personnel PCSing to Korea will quarantine at either Osan Air Base or Kunsan Air base. Details on Osan’s quarantine process can be found here.

Online Driver's Training:

USFK's online driver's training and test on JKO are now mandatory. This change allows sponsors to assist authorized troops and families and set them up for success before they arrive. You may not go straight to the test and skip training.  You must take the training first before you will be allowed to take the test.  A passing score on the test is required to receive a POV license and/or a military/GOV license. Service members will need to establish JKO accounts for dependents who will be taking the training and test.

The USFK Driver Licensing Training course is available on JKO, course number USFK-US002 here.

The USFK Driver License Test is available on JKO, course number USFK-US002-B  here.


Joint Items/Requirements:

Theater Specific Required Training

Cultural Awareness Training

Theater Specific Required Training

Contact Us

Questions or concerns dealing with Theater Specific Required Training content should be directed to
USFK Training at Commercial 1-82-505-736-7368 or DSN 736-7368 (The DSN Prefix for Korea is 315).

Problems accessing the USFK Training Module should be directed to the help desk at or 757-203-5654/DSN 668-5654 if you have not received an account notification in 24hrs.


Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Training

USFK’s sexual assault prevention objective is to deliver consistent and effective prevention methods and programs.  All DoD personnel inbound to Korea are required to complete service specific SAPR Training

Under Training Tools on the right side, locate your service component and take the required training.


If you have any issues with the SAPR training link, please E-mail

Counter-Intelligence Training

Counter-Intelligence Awareness and Reporting (CIAR) Training All DoD personnel inbound to Korea are required to complete service specific CIAR training.


CIAR training is an annual requirement for all DoD personnel IAW DoDD 5240.06. Additionally, CIAR training is required within 30 days of arrival at a new duty station or employment with DoD. It is also DoD policy that training be completed face-to-face whenever possible.

The 501st MI BDE is the CI executive agent for USFK and provides the bulk of CIAR (Army calls it TARP) training in Korea; however, we have NCIS and AFOSI offices throughout the peninsula who provide CIAR training for Korea-based Navy/Marine Corps and Air Force personnel. For Yongsan-based personnel, Seoul Military Intelligence Detachment (SMID) provides training every Thursday as part of newcomer's training and on a quarterly basis for the installation as a whole. Units/sections can also call SMID to schedule training for their organization.

Below is service specific contact information for Yongsan as well as a few links for online training.  All of the options below will satisfy the DoD requirement but may not satisfy the service component or organizational requirement. Again, the online option should be the last resort.

In-class Training:

Training is available at Yongsan Garrison through the following units. Call to request a class.

Seoul Military Intelligence Detachment (SMID) / 501st MI BDE
DSN 723-3299/6385        

Naval Criminal investigative Service (NCISRA Seoul)

DSN: 723-2465  

Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI Det 614)
DSN: 738-4180

Online Training:


JKO: select JS -US003-14-Joint Staff  

DoD Counterintelligence Awareness and Reporting (CIAR)


Required Personnel Recovery Training

USFK Theater Entry Requirements


USFK Reg 525-40  (1 March 2010) COMUSKOREA has established the following theater entry requirements.

(1) All personnel, military or DOD civilian and DOD contractor, assigned to Korea will comply with CDR USPACOM theater entry requirements/PR training requirements.

(2) Personnel who have not completed the training requirements prior to arrival will have 30 days to complete the training.

(3) Department of Defense (DOD) civilian employee and DOD contractor training will be accomplished through their contracting component.


Training Instructions


All users need a Common Access Card (CAC) to complete the training.

Step 1:


Read the Korea Theater Indoctrination Briefing.


Step 2:


Go to Joint Knowledge Online


Step 3:


For Military, Register for “JT3A-US022, SERE 100.1 Level A Code of Conduct Training Course”

For Civilians, Register for “J3TA-US1282, SERE 100.1 Civilians Only Course”


Step 4:


Update or create your PRO-file at Personnel Recovery Mission Software





Questions or concerns dealing with Personnel Recovery Training content should be directed to Joint Personnel Recovery Center at (Commercial) 011-82-31-661-1602 / (DSN) 315-784-1602 or  Personnel Recovery Coordinator

Eighth Army Personnel Recovery Page

Combating Trafficking in Persons

1. Purpose. Per DoDI 2200.01 Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP), all DoD Military and Civilian Personnel are required to receive annual refresher training on CTIP. Although not mandatory for Contractors, completion is strongly encouraged.  Contractors are not required to train their personnel on CTIP; however, Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) subpart 22.17 (Reference(j)) states that the presence of a CTIP awareness program is a factor for the contracting officer to consider as a mitigating factor when determining remedies.

2. Training. All USFK HQ, Subordinate and Direct Reporting Units will complete mandatory CTIP refresher training by - Suspense 1 November 2013. Training should be accomplished either on Joint Knowledge Online (JKO), on their service component training systems or the alternative power point group presentation (sign-in rosters required).  The training is available as a web based interactive module and as a PowerPoint Presentation.

General Awareness Training can be accessed the following ways:

1) Joint Knowledge Online (JKO) account

- Click "Take Courses" and login with your CAC on the next page (Click here for full instructions)

- Select "Course Catalog" and filter the course title by entering the course number "A-US030" in the filter box above the Number column and then select "Apply Filters" to find the course and enroll.

-  A leadership training, J3SN-US189: Combating Trafficking In Persons, is also available

- If you encounter any difficulties trying to enroll, please contact the JKO Help Desk at  or 757-203-5654/DSN 668-5654 for assistance.

Web-Based Interactive Module


b. No AKO/DKO account. Access CTIP training from Joint Knowledge Online. Register for an account at

c. Service specific online training certificates are valid to complete this CTIP annual training requirement (for example, the Air Force course for Human Relations (ZZ133080) counts as completing this CTIP training, the Navy’s Certificate of Completion for the Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training counts towards completion of this annual training requirement.).  Service members and DoD civilians need to provide the online training certificate to their unit training managers to get credit.

3. Validation of Training. Only printed certificates (available online with JKO), Service Online training certificates, or approved sign-in rosters from organizations can validate this training completion.  Those that have already completed the CTIP refresher training anytime in 2013, do not have to repeat training and can provide certificate of completion to unit training managers for validation.  For example, the Air Force course for Human Relations (ZZ133080) counts as completing this CTIP training.  Also, the Navy’s Certificate of Completion for the Trafficking in Persons Basic Awareness Training counts towards completion of this annual training requirement.  The 350-2 Theater Specific Required Training does not count because it only covers a small portion of this total CTIP briefing requirement.


4. Training Completion Reporting Requirements.

For USFK HQs, each Directorate and Special Assistants Office should identify a Directorate Lead and Branch/Division POCs to facilitate completion of the training for all assigned personnel.  Once online training or CTIP briefing slides are reviewed, all personnel will forward the Training Completion Certificate or approved roster to their respective Branch or Division POC who will track the completion of all assigned personnel and forward all certificates to the USFK J1 at  (Note: Training Completion Certificates online will be available for printing after the training is completed).

Directorate Leads will consolidate one directorate roster using attached form. One single Directorate Lead will forward the Directorate roster ONLY, directly to the CTIP POC in USFK J1 at by the first Friday of each month starting on 1 Feb 13.  Monthly status report updates are required by first Friday of each month.