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Interviews/Stories: "Swift, Silent, Deadly!" Senior Instructors/Cadre of USMC RTC (Reconnaissance Training Company) & Hell Day San Clemente III Debrief/AAR

July 20, 2020 SOCOM Athlete
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Interviews/Stories: "Swift, Silent, Deadly!" Senior Instructors/Cadre of USMC RTC (Reconnaissance Training Company) & Hell Day San Clemente III Debrief/AAR
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Interviews/Stories: "Swift, Silent, Deadly!" Senior Instructors/Cadre of USMC RTC (Reconnaissance Training Company) & Hell Day San Clemente III Debrief/AAR
Jul 20, 2020
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You're listening to another exclusive episode of SOCOM Athlete's podcast "Send Me" as we're joined by three senior instructors/cadre from the USMC's RTC/BRC (Basic Reconnaissance Course). The three instructors joined us over the weekend as special guest instructors at our San Clemente Hell Day III event, featuring 33 students aspiring & training for various special operations career-fields. Every aspiring Reconnaissance Marine & Navy SARC (Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman) must graduate BRC to advance into their respective technical training pipelines. "Swift, Silent, Deadly!"

Special Guest Instructors/Cadre Include:

  • Chief Dave Rinehart, Navy SARC 
  • MSgt Bobby Restaino, Reconnaissance Marine
  • SSgt Ryan Burke, Reconnaissance Marine

All three instructors tell their stories, give tips/advice, and provide an AAR (After Action Report) of Hell Day San Clemente III. Hell Day is a nation-wide, world class training event preparing students for the rigors of Special Operations training. SOCOM Athlete has conducted 30 Hell Day events across the United States since 2017, seeing over 30 different Special Guest Instructors from various Special Operations backgrounds mentor & develop over 500 of the nation's top special operations candidates. Students are supplied with rubber training rifles, tactical litters, large training logs, challenging scenarios, physical & mental stress, and more; replicating a training environment similar to Navy SEAL BUD/S Hell Week, USAF A&S, Army Ranger/Special Forces Assessment & Selection, USMC BRC, etc. Students are administered an official Fitness Test (PST/PFT/PAST), and are then are exposed to strenuous environmental elements such as: cold water submersion, stress induced from instructors, team runs/ruck marches, challenging tasks & timelines, and more. Weaknesses & strengths are exposed in each student throughout the event, providing real-time proof/analysis of whether the student possesses necessary traits to become a Special Operator. Traits we analyze:
-physical performance
-resiliency/will-power
-leadership ability
-task-performing accuracy & precision under stress
-communication under stress
-confidence accomplishing tasks under the water
-cognitive learning
-memory retention
Got what it takes!? Read more at the SOCOM Athlete website, and join us for the next Hell Day weekend near YOU.

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Show Notes

You're listening to another exclusive episode of SOCOM Athlete's podcast "Send Me" as we're joined by three senior instructors/cadre from the USMC's RTC/BRC (Basic Reconnaissance Course). The three instructors joined us over the weekend as special guest instructors at our San Clemente Hell Day III event, featuring 33 students aspiring & training for various special operations career-fields. Every aspiring Reconnaissance Marine & Navy SARC (Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman) must graduate BRC to advance into their respective technical training pipelines. "Swift, Silent, Deadly!"

Special Guest Instructors/Cadre Include:

  • Chief Dave Rinehart, Navy SARC 
  • MSgt Bobby Restaino, Reconnaissance Marine
  • SSgt Ryan Burke, Reconnaissance Marine

All three instructors tell their stories, give tips/advice, and provide an AAR (After Action Report) of Hell Day San Clemente III. Hell Day is a nation-wide, world class training event preparing students for the rigors of Special Operations training. SOCOM Athlete has conducted 30 Hell Day events across the United States since 2017, seeing over 30 different Special Guest Instructors from various Special Operations backgrounds mentor & develop over 500 of the nation's top special operations candidates. Students are supplied with rubber training rifles, tactical litters, large training logs, challenging scenarios, physical & mental stress, and more; replicating a training environment similar to Navy SEAL BUD/S Hell Week, USAF A&S, Army Ranger/Special Forces Assessment & Selection, USMC BRC, etc. Students are administered an official Fitness Test (PST/PFT/PAST), and are then are exposed to strenuous environmental elements such as: cold water submersion, stress induced from instructors, team runs/ruck marches, challenging tasks & timelines, and more. Weaknesses & strengths are exposed in each student throughout the event, providing real-time proof/analysis of whether the student possesses necessary traits to become a Special Operator. Traits we analyze:
-physical performance
-resiliency/will-power
-leadership ability
-task-performing accuracy & precision under stress
-communication under stress
-confidence accomplishing tasks under the water
-cognitive learning
-memory retention
Got what it takes!? Read more at the SOCOM Athlete website, and join us for the next Hell Day weekend near YOU.

• Become a Patreon Donor to support us & keep the podcast going:
https://www.patreon.com/socomathlete

• SOCOM Athlete Website:
https://www.socomathlete.com/

• Follow SOCOM Athlete Instagram: https://instagram.com/socomathlete/

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http://www.youtube.com/c/SOCOMAthlete?sub_confirmation=1

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