Tag Archives: Training
Operation STEADFAST LIGHTNING (OSL) is the most complicated training operation B-12 runs. As such, every year each new group of members goes on a trip to the AO for the purposes of familiarizing themselves with the layout of the area and the general sequence of events.
To add on to what has already been taught in Candidate Term and ROTC, the new members from the 120th pledge class have been going through more advanced trauma management training this summer.
Candidate Term and ROTC do a pretty good job at teaching the basics of first aid, so we take what the member already knows and try to really advance their abilities and knowledge with some intensive training methods.
On the the first day of “official” summer training, Hannah Kuegler joined up with B-12 alumni and training staff to learn how to set up rappelling and top rope climbing stations in a high angle environment.
Since we’re still a small company, it’s important that each B-12 member be capable of performing any company function. To this end, the new members from the 120th have spent much of the Spring learning about company management and developing new training modules for the next Candidate Term.