ADA LeadershipLeading the best soldiers in the world, you will have unmatched opportunities to perform a unique and vital mission.
What We do
ADA officers personally plan, coordinate, and execute Air and Missile Defense (AMD) operations across the globe.
Upon graduation from the ADA Basic Officer Leadership Course, ADA officers are immediately assigned as Platoon Leaders with responsibility for 15-30 Soldiers and up to $500 million in advanced equipment.
At Fort Sill, OK, ADA BOLC is 19-weeks of training will instil Army principles preparing ADA Lieutenants to be Platoon Leaders upon graduation. This includes topics such as Troop Leading Procedures, Training Management, Army Writing, and ADA-specific training to maneuver, deploy, and fire ADA's robust weapons arsenal.