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The Fort McCoy Cold Weather Operations Course
88th Readiness Division
Jan. 23, 2021 | 3:26
The Cold Weather Operations Course allows students from all branches of the US Military to undergo two weeks of intense cold weather immersion training. Students are instructed in various cold weather operations and survival methods to include team work, skiing, camping for extended period out doors in winter conditions, starting fires, building shelters, preventing hypothermia, sno shoe and cross country ski navigation, and responding to emergency situations such as falling through ice. The course ending in January of 2021 hosted students from the US Navy, Marines, and Army ROTC.
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