AFROTC - Field Training Manual: Holm Center T-203

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Welcome to Field Training Preparation. This Field Training Manual (FTM) is yours to keep, and you must take it with you to Field Training (FT). Everything you need to know to prepare for the in-garrison portion of FT is included within this FTM as well as the Airman‘s Manual (AFPAM 10-100). Although you will be provided additional instructions upon deployment to Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center (CSJFTC), you will be responsible for the content of this manual for the entire duration of FT. You may write in, highlight, tab, or underline this manual as desired. Ensure you have a thorough understanding of this material prior to departing for your Field Training Unit (FTU); you will be held accountable upon arrival. Field Training is a mandatory program for all individuals qualified to pursue an Air Force commission through AFROTC. The program is designed to evaluate military leadership and discipline, determine your potential for entry into the professional officer corps, and stratify you among your peers. FT is conceived as a mock Air Expeditionary Force (AEF) deployment, and is therefore designed in line with the Airman‘s Manual (provided to you hard copy by your detachment and online at http://www.e-publishing.af.mil/shared/media/epubs/AFPAM10-100.pdf. For this reason, all cadets attending FT will be required to demonstrate familiarity with any and all sections of the Airman‘s Manual at any point during the FT experience. Please reference Attachment 1, FTU Training Phases by Training Day, for the sections of the Airman‘s Manual cadets will most likely utilize during particular phases of FT. Keep in mind that this is not a hard-and-fast agenda, FTU staff may adjust the timeline when required or when deemed prudent and necessary for the attainment of FT goals. The sections and/or paragraphs of this FTM are identified by three different levels of understanding- Knowledge, Familiarization and Information. Knowledge: These sections will be indicated by a (k). You will memorize and demonstrate proficiency in these areas and will be required to take a closed-book test on the information. Familiarization: These will be indicated by an (f). You will not be required to memorize the information, but will be held accountable for finding the information when necessary. Information: These sections will be indicated by an (i). These areas are for informational purposes only, you will not be required to memorize the information and will not be tested on it. Your detachment staff will provide you with orders, tickets, uniforms and other items, which you are required to take to FT. You‘ll need to keep two copies of your orders with you at all times. Before you depart, provide your family with a copy of your orders, scheduled departure times and return times, and the FTU address and phone number (annotated within this document). You MUST show up to field training with all required items and proper documentation. If you fail to adhere to these guidelines, you risk being disqualified from FT. Advise your family that if an emergency should arise, the best way to contact you is through the detachment for general information or the American Red Cross. This method is usually faster than a telegram or personal phone call and will provide official verification of the emergency. If you have a pending family/personal issue that may become an emergency while you are at field training, you MUST let your detachment personnel and field training cadre know as soon as possible. Also, it is extremely important that prior to departing for FT, you verify and update your emergency data (name and address of next of kin) with your detachment personnel. Cadets are not permitted to have visitors while at field training. Advise both family and friends they will not be allowed to visit with you while assigned to the FTU.

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