Summer 2015 Expeditionary, Survival and Evasion Training (ESET) Professional Development Training (PDT) Program – Suspense – 20 Mar 15

Good Morning Det 075, below is an awesome opportunity for an AS300 (rising 400) or higher this upcoming summer.

 

  1. The US Air Force Academy is hosting the 2015 ESET Program and invites the AFROTC cadets to participate in the program. Each detachment is authorized to send one The cadet must be an AS300 (i.e., a rising AS400) or above to participate in the program. Due to the nature of the training slots, there will be no trading of slots to other Dets. If a Det’s nominee is unable to attend, for whatever reason, they will not be replaced with another cadet. Note: HQ AFROTC will fund travel costs. Food costs, at USAFA, will be funded as well. USAFA provides billeting which will entail field conditions for part of the training. The cadet will be expected to pay for food on the travel days; no per diem is authorized.

 

  1. The dates are below to choose from (Must choose a primary and alternate date when submitting your essay):

Session 1: 30 May – 9 Jun

Session 2: 9 Jun – 19 Jun

Session 3: 20 Jun – 30 Jun

Session 4: 30 Jun – 10 Jul

Session 5: 11 Jul – 21 Jul

Session 6: 21 Jul – 1 Aug

 

  1. The ESET Mission is to provide cadets the basic skills and confidence necessary to operate and survive in an expeditionary environment while developing leaders of character, instilling the “warrior ethos” and imbedding the Air Force core values. The learning objectives are to apply deployed combat skills Techniques, Tactics and Procedures (TTP) to the following:
  2. Land Navigation and Survival TTPs
  3. Isolation Recovery Mechanisms TTPs
  4. Proficiency with M9
  5. Forward Operating Base TTPs
  6. Patrol, Counter IED
  7. VBIED TTPs

 

  1. Cadets participating in the ESET program will find out what it takes to operate in austere environments supporting the Air Force mission. From contingency experienced officers and enlisted personnel, cadets will acquire expeditionary and battlefield airman skills such as modular tent setup, contingency utilities, passive defense, force protection, security force individual and team movement, survival skills, how to evade the enemy and much more. Instructors will explain concepts, and the cadet will receive personal experience as part of an AEF deployment, employment and redeployment.

 

  1. Interested cadet/s must submit a 1 page essay (attention to detail is critical) to Capt Labouliere, stating the reason for your interest and how this will benefit you in your Air Force career. Suspense for the essay is 20 March 2015.

 

  1. Let me know if you have any question/s or concerns.

 

 

 

 

VR

 

//Signed//

Glenn Logan, TSgt, USAF

NCOIC, AFROTC Det 075

San Diego State University

San Diego, CA 92182

Ph: 619-594-1122

glogan@mail.sdsu.edu

glenn.logan@maxwell.af.mil

 

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