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ALL TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE MADE PRIOR TO DAY 5 OF TRAINING.

ON-BASE TRAINING SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE 1

COURSE S-V80-A

COMBAT SURVIVAL TRAINING

MONDAY (DAY 1)

0700 IN-PROCESSING AND ORIENTATION 1256 1

0845 INTRODUCTION TO SURVIVAL 1256

1015 COMBATING PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS 1256

1115 ELEMENT ASSIGNMENTS 1256

1130 LUNCH 1258

1245 INTRODUCTION TO SUSTENANCE 1256 2

1345 INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL PROTECTION 1256

1430 INDUCED CONDITIONS 1256

1530 COMBAT SIGNALING, COMM, & RECOVERY 1256

1700 DINNER

TUESDAY (DAY 2)

0700 INTRODUCTION TO EVASION 1256

1015 ASSISTED EVASION 1256

1145 ENVIRONMENTAL INJURIES 1256

1230 LUNCH

1330 INSTRUCTOR INTRODUCTION 1256 3

1400 TRAVEL

1415 SUPPLY ISSUE 1238

1500 TRAVEL

1515 ELEMENT INTRODUCTION 1256 4

1545 CARE FOR EQUIPMENT 1256 5

1715 DINNER

WEDNESDAY (DAY 3)

0700 PARACHUTE TRAINING GUIDELINES 1254 6,7

0715 PARACHUTE PRINCIPLES 1254

1200 LUNCH

1300 HOIST/PAX BRIEFING 1254

1345 PARACHUTING PRINCIPLES 1254

1700 DINNER

THURSDAY (DAY 4)

TIME SUBJECT LOCATION NOTES

0700 INTRODUCTION TO THE ENVIRONMENT 1256

1030 INTELLIGENCE SCENARIO 1256

1045 TRAVEL

1100 MEDICAL 1256

1230 LUNCH

A GROUP

1330 SATISFYING SURVIVAL NEEDS 1207

1530 TRAVEL

1545 PACKS AND PACKING 1256 8

1615 PACKING AND FIELD OPERATIONS

1745 DINNER

B GROUP

1330 PACKS AND PACKING 1256 8

1400 PACKING FOR FIELD OPERATIONS

1530 TRAVEL

1545 SATISFYING SURVIVAL NEEDS 1207

1745 DINNER

FRIDAY (DAY 5)

RATION ISSUE 1258 9

0700 INTRODUCTION TO NAVIGATION 1256 10

0900 EVASION PLANNING LABORATORY 1256

1100 TRAVEL

1115 SIGNALING LABORATORY BEHIND 1348 6,11

1215 LUNCH

1315 FINAL FIELD BRIEF AND TEST CRITIQUE 1228A

1600 DINNER

SATURDAY (DAY 6)

0600 TURN IN BILLETING KEYS 1252

0615 LOAD BUSES 1254 12,13

0630 TRAVEL TO FIELD TRAINING AREA

NOTE: FROM 0930 ON SATURDAY (DAY 6) THRU THURSDAY (DAY 11) FIELD TRAINING ACTIVITIES ARE CONDUCTED.

FRIDAY (DAY 12)

TIME SUBJECT LOCATION NOTES

0700 FLT SURGEON, STUDENT ADMIN

0800 SUPPLY PREPARATION AND TURN-IN 1238 14, 15

1000 INTRODUCTION TO RESISTANCE TNG (RT) 1256

1045 SRO BRIEF (15 MINUTES) 1256

1100 LUNCH

1200 PW GUIDANCE 1256

1445 PW COMMUNICATION 1256

1615 PW ORGANIZATION 1256

1715 DINNER

SATURDAY (DAY 13)

0730 PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS 1256

0830 SURVIVAL/PW MEDICINE 1256

0945 EXPLOITATION 1256

1215 LUNCH

1315 RESISTANCE TO EXPLOITATION 1256

1630 DINNER

SUNDAY (DAY 14)

0730 ESCAPE 1256

0830 EXPLOITATION WORKSHOP 1256

1130 LUNCH

1230 EXPLOITATION WORKSHOP 1256

1530 TEST AND CRITIQUE 1256

1630 RT LAB PREPARATION BRIEF 1256

1715 DINNER

MONDAY (DAY 15)

0700 FLIGHT SURGEON

0800 ORGANIZATIONAL WORKSHOP 1256

1000 RULES OF ENGAGEMENT 1256

NOTE: YOUR INSTRUCTOR WILL BRIEF THE SCHEDULE FOR DAYS 16 AND 17.

NOTES TO SCHEDULE

1. BRING MEDICAL RECORDS AND TDY/PCS ORDERS TO CLASS WITH YOU.

2. PERSONNEL DESIRING TO SEE THE FLIGHT SURGEON, REPORT TO THE FLIGHT SURGEON’S OFFICE, IN BLDG 1334, BETWEEN 1200 AND 1330 HOURS ON MONDAY (DAY 1).

3. DRAW PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR ON-BASE LABS AND OPERATIONAL TRAINING.

4. YOUR INSTRUCTOR WILL ASSIGN YOUR ELEMENT LAB ROOM. KEEP LAB ROOM CLEAN AT ALL TIMES.

5. BRING US KNIFE AND WHETSTONE.

6. OUTDOOR LAB, DRESS ACCORDINGLY.

7. DURING PARACHUTE TRAINING, GLOVES AND BDUs (WITH SLEEVES DOWN) OR FLIGHT SUIT ARE MANDATORY (WEAR OLD BDUs). NO RINGS OR OTHER JEWELRY AUTHORIZED. LEAVE LOOSE CHANGE, POCKET KNIVES, ETC. IN A SECURE PLACE.

8. BRING ALL ISSUED, IMPROVISED, AND PERSONAL CLOTHING EQUIPMENT NECESSARY FOR THE FIELD TRAINING EXERCISE.

9. ELEMENT LEADER AND ASSISTANT PICK UP FIELD RATIONS FOR ELEMENT AT DINING HALL PRIOR TO FIRST CLASS OF THE DAY.

10. BRING LENSATIC COMPASS. ELEMENT LEADER BRING LAB ROOM KEY.

11. BRING SIGNAL MIRROR, GLOVES, AND BILLED HAT; DO NOT WEAR RINGS! VAPOR BARRIER BOOTS OR OVERSHOES AUTHORIZED.

12. USE LATRINE PRIOR TO TWO HOUR BUS RIDE TO THE FIELD.

13. DEPARTURE FOR THE FIELD. LOAD CONVOY IN PARKING LOT OF DINING HALL (BLDG 1258). LOADING INSTRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN AT FINAL FIELD BRIEFING.

14. ALL STUDENTS REPORT TO SUPPLY AT 0800.

15. TURN IN ALL ISSUED EQUIPMENT EXCEPT:

SUMMER WINTER

(1 MAY - 30 SEP) (1 OCT - 30 APR)

WATERPROOF STUFF SACK WATERPROOF STUFF SACK

FIELD JACKET FIELD JACKET WITH LINER

OVERSHOES OVERSHOES

MITTENS WITH INSERTS

PILE CAP

VAPOR BARRIER BOOTS (UNLESS BRIEFED OTHERWISE)