I'm just curious what the SERE-C course is like?
How intense is it? You always hear the stories that they can break one bone and stuff like that. Is that true?
quote:Originally posted by Infantry4life:
I've never been. But I have plans going. Going the SF route is not the only way to get a slot in the school. Like they said you can do stand by if your at Bragg, or see if your unit can send you. But also, you can become a Warrant Officer and go the flight route and they get sent to SERE-C. Its mandatory for them to go and pass it. I don't know if they have their own school at Ft. Rucker or if its even the same one that SF does, but from the little facts I can find its just as hard core.
quote:Originally posted by willhorizontal:
Two questions foreversoldier. Who was the designer of the course? and why was he disappointed with the changes made to the course?