SANDHURST COMPETITION 2012. Scope. Mission Teams & Recon Concept Update Outline dates External Recon External Trg Week Website POC details. Aim. To bring all Teams up to speed on The Sandhurst Competition 2012 including the general concept of the competition.
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Teams & Recon
External Trg Week
To bring all Teams up to speed on The Sandhurst Competition 2012 including the general concept of the competition.
The lead unit for this Mission is Department of Military Instruction
“To provide the Corps of Cadets and visiting competitors with a challenging and rewarding inter-company military skills competition, an opportunity to enhance leadership qualities, a venue for professional development and an opportunity to exhibit military excellence.”
Director DMI/Chief Umpire: COL Goldman
Competition Director: LTC Grantz
OIC: Captain Paul Martin (UK)
2IC: MAJ Slack
OIC Asst: Major Sanchez-Barriga
OIC Asst: 2LT Ginther
NCOIC: SFC Salazar
Teams Being Invited:
Total: 56 Teams
PotentialSandhurst 2013: 60Teams
Boat Movement - Squads will have to maneuver a boat/boats within constraints around a pre-determined course to complete the task/mission
Obstacle Course – Squads will negotiate a series of obstacles moving all personnel and equipment correctly through each obstacle
Rappel – Squads will have to construct their own Swiss seats and Rappel all team equipment and personnel down 60/75 ft drop using correct words of command
Tactical Combat Casualty Care – Squads will encounter a scenario with multiple casualties and perform triage and casualty extraction to an HLZ
Marksmanship – Squads will be tested to engage different target types, over varying distances out to 300m, using various firing positions, target acquisition & discrimination, ammunition breakdown and target priorities
Weapons – Squads will be asked to assemble different weapons systems and will be physically challenged by conducting a grenade throwing lane, throwing from different positions and cover
IED/COMMO – Squads will patrol and encounter an IED scenario, which will test the mind and observation. This will also involve radio assembly and communication.
Land Navigation – Squads will negotiate a demanding navigation course. Some of the points will be weighted differently with possible combinations and choice.
DMI challenge – Squads are faced with a problem to solve that requires both physical and mental toughness, similar to a Leader Reaction Course.
Rope Bridge - Squads will have to construct an improvised bridge utilizing team equipment to cross an obstacle moving all personnel and equipment.
USCC Training Commence 17 Jan 2012
External Team Recon 7 - 9 Feb 2012
DMI Validation of sites 9 - 13 Apr 2012
External Team Training Week 16 - 19 Apr 2012
Range prep and Validation 17-19 Apr 2012
Sandhurst 12 Social 19 Apr 2012
The Sandhurst Competition 20-21 Apr 12
Sandhurst 12 Awards Ceremony 21 Apr 2012
Tear Down and departures – 22 Apr 2012
External Teams arrive NLT 1900 7 Feb 12
Detail Pick up x 4 Airports Stewart/JFK/LAG/NL
Accommodated in 5 Star Inn x 36 Paid for by External Teams
Intro LNOs USCC Companies, Loc TBD
7 Feb – Welcome, Brief, Information Pack
8 Feb – RECON, Accommodation/ Armories/ Range 5&11/ Land Nav/ Obs/ Rope/ Rappel/ TCCC/ Boats/ Weapons, evening wash-up
9 Feb – RECON, Training conference, depart after lunch
Takeaways will be all Logistics/equipment, travel & training requirements recorded by DMI and to be actioned
External Teams arrive 15 Apr 12
Hosted by USCC Companies in WP
16 Apr 12 issue all necessary equipment
Ranges/ Rope/ Rappel/ Obs/ Boats/ Weapons
Master Matrix developed at the External Recon, 2Lt Scott Ginther will be OIC
19 Apr 2012 – Sandhurst 12 Social