Posted on Apr 1, 2018
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I am attempting to brush up on my general "soldiering" skills while I'm still a student before I head out for RASP. Most things I can practice with relative ease, but I don't really know how I can go about practicing any kind of land navigation of my own volition. I would like to get some night land nav experience as well. Any advice, or direction where to look would be appreciated.
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MAJ Deputy Division Chief
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1) know your pace count 2) become a master at terrain association 3) practice your map calculations
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Cpl John Barker
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Tfw you're just going to use a gps and bft in country anyways
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They'll teach you land nav at RASP prior to going to Cole Range. Honestly I wouldn't sweat it. Only two guys in my class failed Land Nav if I remember correctly, your biggest concern will be not quitting.
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