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Experiencing two Board of Inspection Surveys (INSURV), two Supply Management Certifications, and countless Unit Level Training Assessments, I became intimately familiar with POL.
It will also keep you from slamming into the fantail of the carrier - a fact that became frighteningly clear to me during unit level training (ULT) in the Northern Arabian Sea.
The 31st MEU participated alongside joint and multinational service members in a variety of field training exercises that included an amphibious assault, a small boat raid, a helicopter raid, a non-combatant evacuation operation and a combined arms live-fire exercise in addition to numerous other unit level training.
Additionally, unit level training programs need to address law-and-order operations as a critical mission-essential task list duty that has direct implications for our Soldiers--at home and deployed.
This is the first time that the Iwo Jima Strike Group has sailed together, so we look at this as Group Sail 'Zero' and will concentrate on three objectives on a not to interfere basis with TWOS objectives: (1) Ring out communications issues between units and begin to build cohesion between the ships that will make up the Iwo Jima Strike Group; (2) Maximize the amount of Marine aircraft flight deck qualification possible; and (3) Continue individual unit level training progress.
Unit level training will also focus more on coordinated responses to CBRNE hazards at home and overseas.
The CSG commanders will be accountable to the numbered fleet commanders for integrated and sustainment training, and to the type commanders for materiel readiness and unit level training.
The SEAL Team goes thru a 24-month workup cycle and is then broken into 4 phases: Professional Development (PRODEV), Unit Level Training (ULT), Squadron Integrated Training (SIT) and deployment.