MIL I'm going to PST school

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  1. Mint Berry Crunch

    Mint Berry Crunch Active Member

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    Protective Services Training and Antiterrorism Evasive Driving Course-Staff Driver​



    Course Description:​

    Course number: 7H-F18/830-F13. Provides specialized training to personnel who will conduct Protective Service Operations for executive level DoD leaders who are potential targets of terrorism and/or criminal acts. Emphasis is placed on the full spectrum of protective operations including Doctrine and Terminology, Coordination and Mission Planning, Protective Services in a Hostile Fire Zone, Special Weapons Training, Evasive Driving and Motorcade Operations. Training culminates with a comprehensive four-day practical exercise.​

    Units requiring Protective Service training or High-Risk Personnel-Security training at their location may request a mobile training team (MTT). This request should be routed through the MACOM to Headquarters, Department of the Army, ATTN: G3 DAMO-ODO Provost marshal Desk, 400 Army Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310. Every attempt to fill vacant seats should be made prior to requesting an MTT.​

    Prerequisites:​

    Requests for waivers to prerequisites will be provided to the Director of Training and Leader Development, United States Army Military Police School, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-8929. (573) 596-0131 extension 38098. Recommend obtaining waivers prior to the report date.​

    Enlisted students, Active, Reserve, or National Guard, must be in grade E-5 or above (E-4 with one year of military or civilian police experience may also be considered) and qualified in military occupational skill (MOS) 31B or 31D. Warrant Officers must possess MOS 311A. Commissioned Officers O1 through O4 must be in career field Military Police. Personnel from other services must be qualified in a career field whose duties are equivalent to those in MOS 31 series or career field Military Police, and have a responsibility to perform Protective Services Operations. DoD civilians working in series 1810, 1811 (080 or 083) whose actual duties require them to perform Protective Services.​
    • IAW DOD 6055.4 and AR 385-55, students must possess and present an Accident Avoidance Course (AAC), Defensive Driving Course (DDC), or Driving Improvement Course (DIC) card not older than 4 years.
      NOTE: The Transportation School now offers an on-line Accident Avoidance Course. The course is a Wheeled Vehicle Accident Avoidance Course and will meet the Army requirement for completion of the Accident Avoidance Course. The web site for the course is: http://www.transchool.eustis.army.mil. Once at the web site look under web based courses, then enter courses, and follow the directions to sign up. Students must sign up, complete the course, pass the final exam on line, print a certificate of completion and present that certificate during in processing. ​
    • Students must possess a minimum of a Secret Clearance ​
    • Students may not be on any type of permanent or temporary profile​
    • All military students who are 40 years of age or older, and all civilian students regardless of age, must be cleared for strenuous physical activity by medical personnel prior to arrival at Fort Leonard Wood and present written proof of this clearance during in-processing. ​
    NOTE: This course requires a high degree of physical fitness. Participants have to negotiate an obstacle course, run, jump, wear protective clothing (body armor, ballistic eye protection, etc.) and will come in contact with other students or instructors during several phases of training. Vehicle dynamics and evasive maneuvers involve quick acceleration, abrupt stops, spins, high speed events and deliberate vehicle-to-vehicle contact.​

    Topics:​

    Graduates will meet regulatory requirements and be trained to plan, coordinate, and conduct all aspects of protective service missions. The extensive curriculum includes the following:​
    • Protective Services Doctrine ​
    • Surveillance Detection and Route Analysis ​
    • Unarmed Defense Against and Attack ​
    • Dismounted Formations ​
    • Arrivals and Departures ​
    • Mission Coordination and Planning ​
    • Advance and Site Survey ​
    • Special Weapons Training ​
    • Vehicle Dynamics ​
    • Evasive Maneuvers​
    • Motorcade Operations and Vehicle Handling​
    A comprehensive final practical exercise allows students to plan, coordinate, and execute an actual protective service mission both on and off the military installation. Graduates will be required to pass a written examination at the conclusion of training and qualify with the MP5K Submachine Gun and M11 Pistol. ​

    Student will be required to pass a final examination driving practical exercise to demonstrate all driving skills learned during training. This includes proper execution of the maneuvers and their ability to react to an enemy attack. ​

    Special Effects Small Arms Marking System (SESAMS) is utilized during practical exercises. ​


    :bowdown: secret service here I come
     
  2. Ranger-AO

    Ranger-AO I'm here for the Taliban party. Moderator

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    :eek3: cool!
     
  3. spyder007

    spyder007 Bаnned bу Ѕuреr Μоdеrаtоrs

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    secret service won't care, they'll retrain you anyways :o
     
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    spyder007 Bаnned bу Ѕuреr Μоdеrаtоrs

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    and when they tell you to slow down because you're being to reckless, don't listen, speed is key :o
     
  5. i_is_surf

    i_is_surf New Member

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    Hell yeah that was a fun class. With the exception of carrying the dummy through an obstacle course.. But then again.. I was USAF going through it and I had already gone through ITI in Richmond, VA (Threat Response Driving Seminar)... But you will have a kick ass time there.. Congrats!

    Say :wavey: to the Rockin R and Big Louie's for me!
     

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