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PRE-AA Class # Cadre Introductions and Course Overview
2 AGENDA Cadre Introductions Course Map Classroom Standards Test & PE Standards Ethics Safety
CPT Culpepper, 106 th RTI, RM & OIC MSG Van Dyke, 102 nd MP BN,RM & NCOIC SFC Elliman, 106 th RTI, RM SFC Eldred, 106 th RTI, Lane NCO SFC Hernandez, 106 th RTI, Lane NCO SSG Sin, 106 th RTI, Lane NCO 3 CADRE
4 Course Map Roll Call APFT/Rope Climb/ O-Course Overview Cadre Intros Aircraft ID & Safety Aero-Medevac Combat Assault Hand & Arm Signals 12 Mile Foot March Close Combat Attack Pathfinder Operations SL Written /PE Retest Load Training (2 loads) Clean Review Slingload PE Clean Review Written Test SL Written Test Hollywood Lock In Equipment Inspection Graduation IN-PROCESS Students Complete In process Sheets at night Written Retraining ZERO DAYDAY ONEDAY TWODAY THREEDAY FOUR OUT-PROCESS Safety Briefing PT – 2 mi (ACU) Roll Call Bag Layout Cadre Lead PT Written/PE Test Review Hands-on Test Hands-on Retraining Final Written/PE Retest Intro to Slingload SL Retrain Bag Layout Intro to AA / PFD OPs Ground Training Wall Side Rappel Hollywood Rappel Hip Rappel Seat Test Hook Up Test Wall Side Lock In
5 Classroom Standards Be prepared Be on time Clean up after yourselves Classroom cleaned daily No tobacco products in class Smoking in designated area only Students must not have a temporary or permanent profile except for shaving or corrected hearing Students may not wear corrective lenses of any type while attending the PRE-AAC.
6 Classroom Standards Cont… Only standard military, or appropriate civilian type, glasses with a black (no logo) elastic retainer band are authorized. Military custom and courtesy, physical fitness and military appearance and bearing are stressed and reinforced throughout the course. All students will meet the Army appearance and inspection standards. Hair will be maintained IAW AR Females will not use metal, plastic pins, or barrettes to secure their hair. Only soft securing devices will be used or a hairnet. The AAC NCOIC will determine whether any items, haircuts, or other devices are faddish.
Students missing 1 hour of training will be disenrolled from the course. This is not meant to discourage students from going on sick call or in any way neglecting medical attention. Sick call hours will be at the end of the duty day. You must receive a GO on all performance-orientated tasks and a minimum of 80% on all written tests. Failure to meet these standards will result in the student receiving a verbal counseling, which will restate the standards, give the time, place, and instructor to conduct retraining, and a tentative time for retesting. Students will be allowed one written and hands (1) retest. Failure to pass retest of a written or PE portions of any instruction will result in counseling by the course OIC or NCOIC and will not receive a graduation certificate. However, students will continue to train (KNOWLEDGE IS POWER) 7 Test & PE Standards
All soldiers will conduct themselves in an appropriate manner. All post regulations will be obeyed. Interaction with other agencies using the post is strictly forbidden and students are subject to disciplinary action for infractions of this rule. Students must attend all training. Students missing 1 hours of training will be disenrolled from the course. This is not meant to discourage students from going on sick call or in any way neglecting medical attention. Sick call hours will be at the end of the duty day. You must receive a GO on all performance-orientated tasks and a minimum of 80% on all written tests. Failure to meet these standards will result in the student receiving a verbal counseling, which will restate the standards, give the time, place, and instructor to conduct retraining, and a tentative time for retesting. Students will be allowed one (1) retest. Cheating/dishonesty of any kind will not be tolerated. (subject to immediate dismissal) Drugs, alcoholic beverages and nutritional supplements are forbidden. Hydration is key during the course. Failing to meet these expectations will get you dropped from the course for safety. Safety is everyones concern. Safety, while training, will include wearing the kevlar helmet. Be aware of heat/cold injuries to yourself and others. When in doubt, take all commands from the instructors. 8 Course Ethics
9 SAFETY Anybody can stop an unsafe act Everybody is a safety officer Risk Assessments Drink water Sick call will be conducted at COB daily Classroom evacuation plan Leave animals alone Take all orders from the Cadre This is the last Soldier who did not listen to the cadre