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  1. The Military Freefall Qualification trains soldiers in both methods of High-altitude military parachuting: HALO (high altitude – low opening) and HAHO (high altitude – high opening). The Military Freefall Qualification grants soldiers the ability to carry an altimeter watch.
  2. Airborne School trains soldiers to be able proficient in static line parachute operations. Airborne resupply, considerations and limitations are also taught. Airborne School finishes with a live fire Field Exercise
  3. Company Training is to focus on one or multiple skills needed to work together as a whole.
  4. Squad level training is to build squad cohesion, while also team building skills, with some individual skills.
  5. Fireteam level training is to build a stronger team, and to build on skills used at the fireteam level.
  6. The Heavy Weapons Qualification equips soldiers with the knowledge to operate high-impact weapons systems found in the Weapons Squad (1-4) including the FGM-148 Javelin, FIM-92F Stinger, M3 MAAWS, and the M240B. This course will cover the basics on how to use the weapons, what ammunition should be used, and how to operate them safely and effectively. Soldiers not currently assigned to or planning on being assigned to a Weapons Squad are still encouraged to take the qualification. Qualification is required for an extended amount of time within a Weapons Squad. There are no previously required qualifications. If you do not already have CLS (Combat Lifesaver Qualification) you will be turned away and instructed to attend CLS instead as these qualifications run at the same time. CLS is more important for average usage.
  7. The Explosives Qualification trains soldiers to be able to safely employ demolitions, disarm explosives and use breaching charges. The Explosives Qualification grants soldiers the ability to carry explosives, breaching charges and a defusal kit.
  8. The Land Navigation Qualification trains soldiers to plot 8 digit grid points, use the baseplate compass and learn the major, minor and supplementary terrain features. The Land Navigation Qualification does not grant any special equipment
  9. The Designated Marksman Qualification trains soldiers to be able to take the Squad Designated Marksman role. The Designated Marksman Qualification grants soldiers the ability to carry a Designated Marksman Rifle and use high powered optics
  10. Air Assault School trains soldiers to be proficient in helicopter operations which include both landing and repelling as methods of insertion. Helicopter resupply, considerations and limitations are also taught. Air Assault Finishes with a live fire exercise.
  11. Airborne School trains soldiers to be able proficient in static line parachute operations. Airborne resupply, considerations and limitations are also taught. Airborne School finishes with a live fire Field Exercise.
  12. Best Ranger Competition Pick your battle buddy and try to be the best team in each lane, top competitors receive Best Ranger Award.
  13. The Heavy Weapons Qualification equips soldiers with the knowledge to operate high-impact weapons systems found in the Weapons Squad (1-4) including the FGM-148 Javelin, FIM-92F Stinger, M3 MAAWS, and the M240B. This course will cover the basics on how to use the weapons, what ammunition should be used, and how to operate them safely and effectively. Soldiers not currently assigned to or planning on being assigned to a Weapons Squad are still encouraged to take the qualification. Qualification is required for an extended amount of time within a Weapons Squad. There are no previously required qualifications. If you do not already have CLS (Combat Lifesaver Qualification) you will be turned away and instructed to attend CLS instead as these qualifications run at the same time. CLS is more important for average usage.
  14. Company Training is to focus on one or multiple skills needed to work together as a whole.
  15. Sapper School is a cadre evaluated series of different Field Exercises where students are taught material then expected to lead their peers and demonstrate proficiency. Sapper School topics include, mines and advanced demolitions, military mountaineering, entrenching procedures, defensive doctrine and waterborne operations.
  16. Sapper School is a cadre evaluated series of different Field Exercises where students are taught material then expected to lead their peers and demonstrate proficiency. Sapper School topics include, mines and advanced demolitions, military mountaineering, entrenching procedures, defensive doctrine and waterborne operations. Must have completed day 1.
  17. Fireteam level training is to build a stronger team, and to build on skills used at the fireteam level.
  18. Squad level training is to build squad cohesion, while also team building skills, with some individual skills.
  19. ALC day 2
  20. The Military Freefall Qualification trains soldiers in both methods of High-altitude military parachuting: HALO (high altitude – low opening) and HAHO (high altitude – high opening). The Military Freefall Qualification grants soldiers the ability to carry an altimeter watch.
  21. Airborne School trains soldiers to be able proficient in static line parachute operations. Airborne resupply, considerations and limitations are also taught. Airborne School finishes with a live fire Field Exercise.
  22. Air Assault School trains soldiers to be proficient in helicopter operations which include both landing and repelling as methods of insertion. Helicopter resupply, considerations and limitations are also taught. Air Assault Finishes with a live fire exercise.
  23. The Explosives Qualification trains soldiers to be able to safely employ demolitions, disarm explosives and use breaching charges. The Explosives Qualification grants soldiers the ability to carry explosives, breaching charges and a defusal kit.
  24. The Designated Marksman Qualification trains soldiers to be able to take the Squad Designated Marksman role. The Designated Marksman Qualification grants soldiers the ability to carry a Designated Marksman Rifle and use high powered optics.
  25. The Land Navigation Qualification trains soldiers to plot 8 digit grid points, use the baseplate compass and learn the major, minor and supplementary terrain features. The Land Navigation Qualification does not grant any special equipment.
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