Hello everyone, I'm going to start the first of my official LRRP classes. Though I've given two trainings already, I want to start organizing my efforts so I can track progress and ultimately begin assigning people tasks in the LRRP program. For those of you who haven't already been informed as to what the LRRP school is: LRRP - Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol Soldiers in this specialty are trained to carry out complex objectives requiring them to collect essential battle space information. They will be able to effectively engage, eliminate or capture persons of interest if required. Soldiers in this occupation typically engage in high risk operations and thus candidates tend to be experienced combat veterans who undergo extensive instruction to earn the patch. The preliminary training date is April 26th around 20:00 EST. We will be covering Topics 1-4. If we have time, 5 & 6. Training time will be 60-90 minutes. For those in the program or interested in the program, these are the essential steps for training qualifications. Must be an OWS. Must attend every training provided. If you cannot attend and do not communicate about your attendance it will be assumed you have lost interest. Basic Course Elements Rappelling (AKA Tactical Sawblade) - Training: April 26th Surveillance - Lecture & Field Training: April 26th Types of Patrol - Lecture: April 26th Forms of Intelligence - Lecture: April 26th Field Interviews - Lecture & Training: TBA Engagements & When To: Breaking Contact - Lecture & Field Application: TBA Advanced Course Elements Long Range Rifle Qualification - Training: TBA Use of Force - Lecture & Field Training: TBA OOC Ethics & Use of Force - Lecture: TBA If you've done any of these, reply to this thread. For reference, I've only done 1 & 2. If you've done one or both, reply below.