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- SERE1 - Nineveh, IN
December 9, 2017 - December 10, 2017
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
This course is part 1 in our SERE for the Civilian series. SERE stands for Survive, Evade, Resist, Escape and is a key training for many military personnel. Part 1 of our course will focus on basic survival in a hostile environment. Why would a civilian want to learn about SERE? First, the principles learned has application in other aspects of life. The survival portions are beneficial if you are a camper, hiker, white water rafter, 4×4 explorer, etc. Even if you don’t get “lost in the woods”, understanding basic survival is a skill set many people can utilize around camp. For those who travel in potentially hostile countries, SERE skills may be a lifesaver. Americans have become a high value target, and the risk of kidnapping is very real.
As this is a basic course, you will not be actively hunted, you will not be captured, and you will not be interrogated. This course is a learning based course where you will gain skills necessary for the later skills application based courses.
Individuals who complete the full series will receive a special patch.
Some of the skills presented in this class:
- Principals of survival
- Maintaining Body Temperature through Shelter and/or Fire
- Rendering Self First Aid
- Maintaining Security
- Maintaining Stealth In Movement
- Reducing Risk and Fear
- Small water bottle or canteen
- Water purification straw, filter, or tablets
- Survival Knife
- 50 feet of 550 paracord (dark colors preferred)
- Good hiking boots
- Long sleeves and long pants
- Flint and striker
- 2 medium size carabiners (they do not need to be weight bearing)
- Any other survival gear you want to bring. However, ALL gear must fit in a pouch that is 12”x12”x6”.
You will need to be able to demonstrate setting up a shelter, however you will not be required to stay overnight in your shelter for this basic course. (you may if you wish).
Expect to finish around 8pm on Saturday and start again at 9am on Sunday
Open to all individuals age 14+ as long as a parent attends
Venue: Nineveh, Indiana
We will be meeting at the Johnson County Park in Nineveh Indiana. (Some GPS systems will show it in Edinburgh.) We will be in the MAPLES Building which is located on the corner of 32nd Street and Harrison Road. Direction from the North: Coming down I-65 get off at the Edinburgh Exit 80 Head West on 252 Stay on 252 through town until you come to Hwy 31 Continue STRAIGHT through the stoplight. IMPORTANT NOTE: 252 turns and goes North. Once you go across 31 you will be on CR 800 South (also known as Hospital Road). Continue past the Golf Course on the North side of the road. Start slowing after you pass the golf course. You will see signs for Johnson County Park and Hoosier Horse Park. Turn Right (North) on CR 325 East (also known as Schoolhouse Road). Continue toward the middle of the park. The road you want to look for is 32nd street. Turn Left and follow it to the building on your left. Just North of the turn is a large cellular tower. This will let you know you went about 100 yards to far. Direction from the South Coming up I-65 get off at the Edinburgh Exit 76 Head North on Hwy 31. You will pass a CVS and Jaycee supermarket on your right after about 2 miles. Come to the next stoplight after you do. You will see signs for Camp Atterbury Turn Left (West) on CR 800 South (also known as Hospital road) Continue past the Golf Course on the North side of the road. Start slowing after you pass the golf course. You will see signs for Johnson County Park and Hoosier Horse Park. Turn Right (North) on CR 325 East (also known as Schoolhouse Road). Continue toward the middle of the park. The road you want to look for is 32nd street. Turn Left and follow it to the building on your left. Just North of the turn is a large cellular tower. This will let you know you went about 100 yards to far.