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I. MISSION
II. OBJECTIVE
III. CERTIFICATION STANDARDS
IV. FORCE REQUIREMENTS
V. FORCE OVERVIEW
VI. QUALIFICATION COURSE
VII. UNIT DESIGNATIONS


Copyright 2002
Phil Sevier
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United States Department of Counter-Terrorism
Flash Force Command Three One
RCO Phil Sevier, Commander

Flash Force Objective Reconnaissance Special Unit Program

VI. OBJECTIVE RECONNAISSANCE FORCE QUALIFICATION COURSE

A. COURSE TOPICS

1. Purpose and Role of Objective Reconnaissance Teams in the USDOC
2. Objective Reconnaissance Organization
3. Small Arms Training
4. Team and Squad Tactics
5. Anti-Material Operations
6. Anti-Aircraft Operations
7. Scout/Recon Operations
8. Containment Operations
9. Rescue Operations

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B. FINAL EXAMINATION

The Objective Reconnaissance Q-Course Final Examination shall consist of 20 questions and shall cover essential portions of the Objective Reconnaissance Q-Course. Examination questions may be multiple-choice or true/false. The examination is considered "open book" (meaning it may be taken while reviewing course materials).

The USDOC Special Unit Leader for the Objective Reconnaissance Force shall correct and grade all final examinations for the Objective Reconnaissance Q-Course.