BAsic Training & Structure
The Basic Combat Training structure here at the 3rd JCG is set up to quickly and efficiently bring any new or experienced ARMA3 player up to speed on our standard operating procedures. Each Phase has been designed to not only hone in on a specific set of skills, but also help push our vision of setting up players for success in future certifications and leadership roles. The details of the BCT phases are included below. You may take equipment/roles in accordance to each Phase (ie: you cant take a launcher in a mission until you have completed Phase 2, etc), and after you have completed Phase 3 of basic training, you can apply to any of the certification schools as long as you meet the prerequisites.
- Ethos of the Unit
- Overview of Team Makeup & Command Structure
- Key-bindings and game setup
- Use of throw-able equipment
- Intro to ACE Medical
- Setting up Task-Force-Radio & Basic Radio Etiquette
- Virtual Arsenal & Loadout Basics
- Use and Employment of Infantry Weapon Systems
- Fire Team Sapper Orientation
- Combat Life Saver Orientation
- Overview of Battle Drills
- Introduction to Leadership
N. Morgan, R. Friedel
The 3rd Joint Combat group is mainly broken into two distinct sections: Infantry Schools, and Support Schools. All schools are meant to allow all members more in depth and specialized training to open up unique roles for use during official operations. Each school is independently lead by a group of instructors, and the overall content and structure is entirely up to the instructors that lead them and the members included within.
There are six independent Infantry Schools and three Support Schools. The Infantry category includes: RTO, Medical, Engineering, Recon and Mortar Artillery. All players may attend and become certified with any and all infantry schools. The Support Schools include: Ground, Fixed Wing, and Rotary. Players can join and become certified with up to One Support School at a time, but may leave and join another whenever they please. You can find details for each certification school in their respective sections.
N. Morgan, R. Friedel