That makes more sense. I know I've seen it before, but I've lost it somewhere along the way..A little guidance to the task guide? This is all new to me, so I've no idea what key words to look for.
Complete Task O-0001 Prepare Individual EquipmentComplete Task O-0002 Conduct Individual RefitComplete Task O-0003 Prevent and Treat Hot Weather InjuriesComplete Task O-0004 Prevent and Treat Cold Weather InjuriesComplete Task O-0101 Identify Natural HazardsComplete Task O-0102 Prevent and Treat FatigueComplete Task O-0103 Conduct Field Sanitation and HygieneComplete Task O-0201 Use a CompassComplete Task O-0601 Conduct actions if LostComplete Task O-0902 Exercise Universal PrecautionsComplete Task P-0102 Conduct a Phone AlertPlease tell me why this looks way too easy...?I'm guessing I'll have to find a GTM/GTL in order to have all this taught to me/signed off.
tsrup- Thank you very much. I think I'll go with the hard copy, easier to carry around/study. Now I feel like I might have a real chance at getting this doneAnd upon seeing vento's post, disregard that last remark.Looks like NESA it is, then.
I was accepted this year, but it was NESA or encampment... Encampment being necessary for my Mitchell. So.
Or go to this school:http://wess.alwg.usIt is an Alabama Wing activity that has quite a few NESA GSAR staff on it. You can get GTM3, 2, 1, UDF, GTL, MRO, MSA, and a number of other ratings (depending on what tract you attend). Its consistently one of the largest activities in Alabama (pulling over 100 folks per weekend last year). Units and members from Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, and Mississippi come. It is within driving distance for you (there is actually a unit from Savannah that has expressed interest in coming this year).
I think that school is literally run as an extension of the annual NESA. Like the Alaska flavor of NESA.