US Air Force Pararescue training – Pararescue Indoctrination Course

US Air Force Pararescue training – Pararescue Indoctrination Course

The PJ/CRO Indoc is a nine week course conducted by the 350th Battlefield Airmen (BA) Training Squadron, BA Training Group, 37th Training Wing, AETC.

Pararescue trainees are required to pass the Pararescue Indoctrination Course at Lackland AFB, commonly referred to as “indoc”. Following that is a long string of courses including Combat Dive School, Army Airborne, National Registry for Paramedic, Survival (SERE), and Military Free-fall Parachutist. Upon completing the aforementioned, a pararescue trainee is required to then complete the Pararescue Apprentice Course, which combines all the prior skills and adds a few more. Once a Pararescueman has completed the pipeline, he is assigned to a Rescue or Special Tactics team where he will receive informal on-the-job training. Additionally if a pararescueman is assigned to a special tactics team he will receive additional training along with Air Force Combat Controllers in what is known as Advanced Skills Training.

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Credit to Jose Sanchez Alonso, United States Air Force.

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