Scenes From The Recent RTO Course

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Basic functions of the TOC are covered as it goes operational during the practical portions of the course.
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Students preparing to get their communications with the TOC up and running.
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Every student builds a Jungle Antenna in class as part of learning antenna theory. And students gain confidence in what they build through having to rely on it in the course.
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Comms Up!
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Student prepares to observe the area for possible OPFOR.
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Are they OPFOR or are they friendly? No way to know but though observation and relaying what we observe to the TOC.
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Student prepares to send SALUTE report.
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Writing a script before getting on the mic makes sure our transmissions are clear and concise.
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Students get familiarized with the long wire resistor directional antenna. This has been up since the last Advanced Class built it in May.
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Directional long wire with resistor works well, with the TOC reporting a booming signal.

Want the best in improvised and survivalist communications taught anywhere, bar none? Come out to class- one more RTO Course left for the year with a lot more training opportunities on the schedule.

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