Stem Village


Stem Village is a state of the art training facility set up to represent a military installation. The variety of building styles found in Stem Village allows students a very realistic training environment. It is named after Brigadier General David H. Stem. BG Stem's career spanned 26 years, from 1960 to 1987.

The majority of Military Police OSUT instruction is conducted at Stem Village. However, a few facilities, ranges and training areas outside of Stem Village are also used. These include the Weapons Qualification Range, the MOUT site, the Tactical Vehicle Training, and tactical field training locations.

Stem Village Facts:
FY 04 student population projections were:
 * 5,000 Army Military Police
 * 400 United States Marine Corps Military Police
 * 300 Corrections Specialist
Training began at the new facility on 7 September 1999

Classroom Facts:
 * 3 - 200 person classrooms
 * 3 - 100 person classrooms
 * 1 - radio communications lab with 54 SINCGARS radios
 * 1 - Classroom XXI computer lab with 38 working stations

Accreditations

Federal Law Enforcement Training Accreditation
American Correctional Association
International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts American Council on Education

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