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» Countermine Procedures
To increase individual soldier understanding of the mine and unexploded ordnance (UXO) threat in the former Yugoslavia, and to develop counter mine skills in order to protect the force during Stability Operations.

» Attack Helicopters in the Reconnaissance Role

» NCO Dining In Program

» Unit Armorer Sustainment Training
To provide sustainment training for unit armorer’s and assistant armorer’s. Review Physical Security Requirements and Forms. Review POF and Ammunition Requirements. Review PMCS and Service Requirements.

» Military Customs and Courtesies

» Unit Movement By Air Class

» Performing as ADA LNO
Describe the duties of an ADA liaison officer

» U.S. Army Vehicle Identification

» Binge Drinking
Students will be able to correctly define the term binge drinking, identify the symptoms of alcohol poisoning and be able to react, identify the different BAC levels, and will know how alcohol abuse can affect their military careers

» Unit Level Mortuary Affairs

» Army Writing Program

» Weapons Clearing Barrel Procedures

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