BASIC SOLDIER FOCUS
RANGER ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION PROGRAM PHASE 0
Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Phase 0 (RASP-P0) is a course offered to members new to Arma 3 and the mods utilized by the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. It covers the knowledge of the mods required to start your path in the unit. Members who already have the basic knowledge of Arma 3 and mods used can voice so during the Initial Interview with a Recruiter to skip it and go straight to Phase 1 which covers the more traditional and advanced milsim training.
ADVANCED SOLDIER FOCUS
MK11 MARKSMAN QUALIFICATION
The MK11 Marksman Qualification allows soldiers in the unit to qualify within the MK11 standard issued Marksman Rifle. Upon completion of the qualification the soldier may apply for a Squad Designated Marksman Billet at his own initiative. Despite the name of this qualifiaction, soldiers who pass it are allowed to further qualify themselves within other marksman rifles.
MK6 MORTAR QUALIFICATION
The MK6 is the heaviest support weapon carried in the field, this requires professional and qualified personnel to handle. It is not an easy task to provide direct fire support and this qualification program will teach you everything from the fundementals to the most advanced of fire techniques utilized in the field.
RADIO TELEPHONE OPERATOR
The Radio Telephone Operator Course is focused on the role of the Radio Telephone Operator in a Platoon. It also covers Radio Etiquette, Frequencies and Combat Communication Priorities. The class is 240 (4 hours) long spread over two days. There is a classroom portion followed by practical excercises.
COMBAT LIFE SAVER COURSE
The Combat Lifesaver Course is focused on the role of the Combat Lifesaver in a squad, the basics of the ACE Advanced Medical System, and performing lifesaving care. The class is 120 minutes (2 hours) long. There is a classroom portion followed by practical exercises.
BASIC EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL
BEOD is focused on the use of charges, mines, and other equipment to carry out tasks such as breaching obstacles and ambushes. The class is 180 minutes (3 hours) long. There is both theory and extensive practical.
The Airborne Course is focused on static line operations and Military Free-fall in a variety of weather conditions and other environmental factors. The class is 120 minutes (3 hours) long. There is a classroom portion followed by field training exercises.
The JMC is focused on the procedures of loading and unloading airborne infantryman into the C-130 at base and exiting the aircraft over the drop zone (DZ). The class is approximately 90 minutes (1.5 hours) long. There is a classroom portion followed by practice jumps.
WARRIOR LEADER COURSE
The Warrior Leader Course is focused on the fundamentals of leading a Fire Team within a Squad. The class is 180 minutes (3 hours) x2 long. There is a classroom portion followed by live fire exercises at the Fire Team level.
RANGER ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION PROGRAM PHASE 1
Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Phase 1 serves as the manditory training for all new soldiers towards the unit. Here you will be thought more about the doctrine which we utilize in the field such as communications etiquette, Advanced self treating medical procedures, maneuvers and positioning aswell with fire discipline. After completion of RASP-1 you will recieve your first Combat Duty Assignment.
M240 MACHINE GUNNER QUALIFICATION
The M240 Machine Gunner Qualification train soldiers to properly uitilize heavy weapons in the field of combat. The Machine Gunner holds one of the most important support roles in the field, which provides heavy suppressive fire support for his fellow soldiers in the field, this course teaches you exactly how to engage, maneuver and position yourself as a machine gunner.
ADVANCED LAUNCHER QUALIFICATIONS
Upon passing Ranger Assessment and Selection Program the only launcher a soldier is qualified within is the M136 disposable (all types). The ALQ serves as qualifying the soldiers within a wider range of launchers to be used in the field, such as the FGM-148 and MAAWs. Both of these have different firing methods which requires this qualification to utilize in the fiield.
FORWARD AIR CONTROLLER COURSE
FACC is focused on the basics of how to plan and execute Close Air Support (CAS) in field operations. The class is divided into two days with day 1 being 150 minutes (2.5 hours) long and day 2 being 120 minutes (2 hours) long. There is a classroom portion followed by dry and live-fire walk-throughs and then a summative assessment where the student must score an 80% or higher to qualify for the course. There are also workshop days hosted before the class to allow those interested to gain a bit of extra knowledge before diving into the course.
COMBAT MEDIC COURSE
The Combat Medic Course is focused on the role of the combat medic acting as the Platoon Medic, advanced features of the ACE Advanced Medical System, performing lifesaving care, stabilizing care, and returning troopers to combat. The class is up to 150 minutes (2 1/2 hours) long. There is a classroom portion followed by practice scenarios, and then a final GO-NO-GO written examination.
ADVANCED EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL
AEOD is primarily focused on the clearance of charges, mines, UXO's and IEDs. The class is 180 minutes (3 hours) long. There is both theory and extensive practical.
AIR ASSAULT SCHOOL
AAC is focused on the basics of loading and unloading from the UH-60 and CH-47 in base and field conditions, including the hot landing zone (LZ). The class is 150 minutes (2 1/2 hours) long. There is a classroom portion followed by dry walk-throughs and then live inserts into hot and cold LZ's.
RECON SCHOOL & QUALIFICATION
The Reconnaissance selection process takes place over three training days. Day one will consist of a selection period where soldiers will be required to shoot EXPERT with the M4A1 Carbine on the standard Bootcamp Rifle Range. There will then be a Land Navigation event. If passed, the next two training days will consist of infantry missions at the Fire Team level. There is no class time limit and the School will finish when the Instructors have enough material to evaluate the soldiers present.
ADVANCED LEADER TRAINING
The Advanced Leader Couurse is the second leadership course non-commissioned officers attend during their career. It's designed to teach soldiers from Corporal to Sergeant, the fundementals of being a Squad Leader in the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. The Course is approximately 4 hours long. The course teaches the studens the roles and responsibilites of Squad Leaders in the unit.