HAWK MOUNTAIN RANGER SCHOOL

 9 - 17 July 2022

AIRCREW SURVIVAL COURSE

COURSE SPECIFIC DATES

Basic:  9-12 July 2022

Advanced:  13-17 July 2022

DESCRIPTION
Can you survive in the woods with just what is in your aircraft? This 4-day course is designed to teach you just that, and more. For all Aircrew Members (Seniors and Cadets 18 and over), this course will provide invaluable information on how to survive until help arrives. The Ranger Instructor Staff is well versed in all aspects of survival training. Students will experience hands-on indoor and outdoor classroom training and two days of practical survival experience in the field. The course will cover Egress Training, Initial Survival Concerns, Survival Kits, The WILL TO SURVIVE, Improvising Equipment, Communications, Signaling, Land Navigation, First Aid, Personal Hygiene, Nutrition, Water Procurement, Basic Survival Skills for all Regions, Shelter, Weather, Fire Building, and the practical experience of survival.

*New in 2022*  Advanced Aircrew Survival Course will build upon the Basic Survival Course skills to include concepts in water procurement and filtration, advanced land navigation, natural shelters, and water survival.


Target Graduation Qualifications:  Ranger Third Class (if GTM3 qualified), Aircrew Water Survival Certification (Advanced)
REQUIREMENTS
  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Must have completed Level 1 (Senior) or Achievement 1 (Cadet)
  • Must have completed Cadet Protection Training 
  • Current CAP membership
  • ​Must be in Physical Category 1 throughout the duration of the school.
    • CAP Physical Categories are described in CAPR 60-50
  • 4-day course with the first and last days being conducted at Fort Indiantown Gap
  • Course Fee includes food, Fort Indiantown Gap lodging, course materials, water survival certification and some safety equipment 
  • If you have a survival kit for your plane we suggest you bring it along, if possible along with any routine gear you would personally carry during flight operations
  • Apply for this course under “318 - HMRS Aircrew Survival Course” in eServices if attending ONLY Basic or Advanced.
  • Apply for this course under “400 - HMRS All Other-Senior Member Course” in eServices if attending BOTH Basic and Advanced.
ADDITIONAL NOTES
Course Fee

$275 (half week) - Includes food, lodging,  some training, and safety equipment 

$400 (full week) - Both Basic and Advanced Courses

Location

HMRS Training Facility

Kempton, PA

Squadron Commander

Lt Col Brian Porter

To request more information:


Contact us at:

hawkmountain@cap.gov

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