169th Regiment (Regional Training Institute)
The Regional Training Institute (RTI) programs and provides institutional training within assigned Noncommissioned Officer Education System (NCOES), Officer Candidate School (OCS), and Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS) missions based on the collective requirements in support of the Army's Modular Force. The Regiment provides national coordinating authority, quality assurance, and scheduling and accreditation assistance for functionally aligned ARNG elements within The Army School System.
Camp Nett in Niantic, Connecticut.
ATRRS School Code 980
Officer Candidate School (Phase 1 and Phase 2)
68W Combat Medic Specialist (MOS Transition, Phases 1-3)
Comprehensive Medical Training (previously called 68W Sustainment)
31B Basic Military Police (MOS Transition, Phase 1 and Phase 2)
Common Faculty Development - Instructor Course
The 169th Regiment traces its history back to 1637 following an attack on Windsor. It was formally organized by the Connecticut General Assemble in 1739 as the First Regiment, which is the date officially recognized by the United States Army as the beginning of the 169th Infantry.
French and Indian War (limited)
War of 1812
Mexican Border (1916)
World War 1
World War 2