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PARARESCUE JUMPERS US MILITARY

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LOOKING FOR TRAINING INFO ON THESE BOYS OR OTHER NATIONALITIES EQUIVALENT WITH REGARD TO MED TRG AND RESCUE TECHNIQUES FROM THE VARIOUS S.A.R PLATFORMS USED. ANY INFO OR LINKS GREATLY APPRECIATED.
 
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We had our own SERE school in NC. This was just a basic survival course for us partime aircrew. I was an aviation ordnanceman and only flew on Jato/flare missions. Even ran into an old high-school buddy who was an SP on the base.
 
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YankMarine said:
We had our own SERE school in NC. This was just a basic survival course for us partime aircrew. I was an aviation ordnanceman and only flew on Jato/flare missions. Even ran into an old high-school buddy who was an SP on the base.
There's an Army SERE at Mackall, but do the Marines (at Cherry Point I presume) have one as well?
 
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Virgil said:
YankMarine said:
We had our own SERE school in NC. This was just a basic survival course for us partime aircrew. I was an aviation ordnanceman and only flew on Jato/flare missions. Even ran into an old high-school buddy who was an SP on the base.
There's an Army SERE at Mackall, but do the Marines (at Cherry Point I presume) have one as well?
We had one. I've been out since 94, so I don't know about now. I never went through it myself, But some of the guys from my squadron played OPFOR. I don't believe it was a full-fledged SERE, like the PJ's run, just more of a two-day escape&evasion ex.
 

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