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11B Infantry School

OSUT Graduation

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Congratulations to the soldiers of OSUT class XX-XX (GAME) for successful completion of training! These soldiers have been awarded the Army Service Ribbon and have earned the right to be full active members of their squad and the unit! This is merely the first step in your career here at 3rdID, we look forward to your continued success! Hooah

Graduates:

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EXPERT RIFLE GRADUATE 1 ASR.png.936e64043018b5314cbbb9c5ea2162d7316658093_RifleExpert.png.670bd6c132003d
SHARPSHOOTER RIFLE GRADUATE 2 ASR.png.936e64043018b5314cbbb9c5ea2162d71116968825_RifleSharpshooter.png.6d2f9d2
MARKSMAN RIFLE GRADUATE 3 ASR.png.936e64043018b5314cbbb9c5ea2162d71010644403_RifleMarksman.png.c884e06b272

 

 68W Medic School

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68W Combat Medic School is designed to prepare future combat lifesavers, platoon medics, and MEDEVAC personnel. By graduation, you will be familiar with the intricacies of ACE Medical. You will learn to use all of the medical equipment available to you, and you will learn the difference between various injuries and their treatments. Candidates complete a written test, movement under fire, TCCC patient assessment, patient extraction and evacuation techniques, bleeding control, triage, basic and advanced treatments, radio communications, and LZ establishment.

The following Soldiers have successfully completed 68W Medic School Class XX-XX :

Graduates:

GRADUATE 1 icon_68W.png
GRADUATE 2 icon_68W.png
GRADUATE 3 icon_68W.png

Instructors:

INSTRUCTOR 1
INSTRUCTOR 2

 

25C Radio Operator School

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25C Radio Operators are responsible for the maintenance of radio communication equipment. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops. In combat they accompany the platoon staff and relay communications through the use of the radio communication equipment.

The following Soldiers have successfully completed 25C Radio Operator School Class XX-XX :

Graduates:

GRADUATE 1 icon_25C.png
GRADUATE 2 icon_25C.png
GRADUATE 3 icon_25C.png

Instructors:

INSTRUCTOR 1
INSTRUCTOR 2

 

13F Forward Observer School

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25C Radio Operators are responsible for the maintenance of radio communication equipment. This equipment needs to consistently work in order for the Army to direct the movement of its troops. In combat they accompany the platoon staff and relay communications through the use of the radio communication equipment.

The following Soldiers have successfully completed 25C Radio Operator School Class XX-XX :

Graduates:

GRADUATE 1 icon_13F.png
GRADUATE 2 icon_13F.png
GRADUATE 3 icon_13F.png

Instructors:

INSTRUCTOR 1
INSTRUCTOR 2

 

153A Rotary Wing Aviator School

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The Rotary Wing Aviator is responsible for all flying all aircraft within the unit's arsenal including the AH-64D Apache, UH-72A Lakota, UH-60L Black Hawk, and CH-47F Chinook. Aviators fill many roles within the unit ranging from troop and equipment transport, medical evacuation, close air support, air assault operations, and to provide security (area, patrol, convoy).

The following Soldiers have successfully completed 153A Rotary Wing Aviator School Class XX-XX:

Graduates:

GRADUATE 1 icon_153A.png
GRADUATE 2 icon_153A.png
GRADUATE 3 icon_153A.png

Instructors:

INSTRUCTOR 1
INSTRUCTOR 2

 

19D Cavalry Scout School

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The Cavalry Scout is responsible for being the eyes and ears of the commander during battle and provide security at a company level. They engage the enemy in the field, track and report their activity and direct the employment of weapon systems to their locations.

The following Soldiers have successfully completed 19D Cavalry Scout School Class XX-XX:

Graduates:

GRADUATE 1 icon_19D.png
GRADUATE 2 icon_19D.png
GRADUATE 3 icon_19D.png

Instructors:

INSTRUCTOR 1
INSTRUCTOR 2