Integrated - Military Operations On Urban Terrain (Mout) Training System (I-MTS) consists of four training facilities/systems: The Urban Assault Course (UAC), the Shoot House (SH), the Combined Arms Collective Training Facility (CACTF), and the Collective Training Facility (CTF). These systems are designed to provide individual Soldier-through-Battalion-level training in urban-operations at homestations. These training facilities allow units to train Warfighters on building-entry/egress and room-clearing techniques under lethal and non-lethal operational conditions. These systems monitor, control and document the training exercise. They also analyze collected exercise data, prepare and present standardized training performance feedback, and archive training performance information for take-home packages and other external uses.
These UAC, SH, and CACTF training facilities are located across Army, Army Reserve and National Guard installations to ensure Soldiers are prepared to conduct full-spectrum operations in any urban environment. The CTF system is fielded exclusively to National Guard and Army Reserve Installations that are designated as pre-mobilization sites.
By providing state-of-the-art urban training facilities, the Army ensures the highest level of fidelity in warfighting readiness for Soldiers preparing for battle. Soldier’s lessons are learned on the training ground and not on the battleground.