Posted on Feb 12, 2018
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SGT Frank Pritchett
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Edited 5 y ago
The CBRN course is very good, the experience is valuable and will set you up for a very lucrative career in HAZMAT if you chose. The course is very expensive for civilians to learn and it's all hands on with some death by power point, it's fast pace so take notes. Once you get to your unit you will half to spend a lot of time trying to use it. Most units don't know how to use CBRN NCO's.
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PFC Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Operations Specialist
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Get used to wearing gas masks in class, and make sure you learn how to put on clothes in less than two minutes in a very specific order.
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Also, if SSG Robinson is still there, tell her class 04-17 says hi. You'll either become her favorite or least favorite soldier, immediately.
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PFC Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Operations Specialist
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You learn a lot just to forget half of it at your unit that despises doing any CBRN training what so ever. Really depends on unit. Good AIT, classes are easy if you study. Most are open book anyhow, and the instructors are there to help. Hope you like PT, cause you do lots of it if SFC Cruz is still there. You’ll like it
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PFC Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Operations Specialist
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Cruz was there when I left last oct
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I can confirm SFC Cruz is still there.
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PV2 Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Operations Specialist
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He was there back in December he lives power jumps
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SPC Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Operations Specialist
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SFC Cruz retired right after my class. He was the best leader I ever had!
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