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What Army BCT is Like - Army Boot Camp Documentary 2020 - The Forge

The Forge

The Forge is a grueling, 96-hour, cumulative training exercise that puts week-seven trainees in a patrol base as they encounter a multitude of combat and logistical scenarios. During this time, trainees will be forged in the furnace of shared hardship and tough training. There will be multiple road marches, a tough night infiltration course, a combat resupply event, a casualty evacuation drill, a pugil sticks competition and the reflexive fire range. Over the four days of events, the trainees navigate about 46 miles.

The Forge emphasizes battle drills, tactical operations and numerous foot patrols. The Forge replaces the 20-year-old Field Training Exercise 3, which had trainees working at a forward operating base, or behind the wire.
The Forge is the culminating event in Basic Combat Training, and in order to become a Soldier, all trainees must complete and pass the entire evaluation. The Forge is the final event designed to see who has what it takes, and all trainees must complete the Forge. At the end of the Forge, trainees participate in the Soldier Ceremony. This is the moment when the legacy is handed down, they earn the title “Soldier” and the newest Soldiers put on their berets for the first time in Basic Combat Training.

BLUE PHASE

OVERCOMING TRAINEES FINAL CHALLENGES

The final phase of Basic Combat Training builds on everything trainees have learned so far and will serve as their final Soldier Ceremony from civilian to Soldier.

During this phase, trainees continue learning advanced marksmanship and maneuvering techniques, including engaging targets as part of a team, convoy operations, and identifying and disabling improvised explosive devices. They train on advanced weapons and learn how to throw live grenades.

As part of their final challenges, trainees embark on a multiple-day course to test their survival, fitness, and Soldier skills.

At the end of the phase, and after trainees have passed all of their challenges, they will be qualified to wear the Army Beret as a fully qualified Army Soldier.

After becoming familiar with the use of automatic weapons and hand grenades in U.S. Weapons Training, trainees put their training to the test as they negotiate the Night Infiltration Course. After passing all their tests and challenges, they congregate for Rites of Passage.

Infantry Squad Battle Course

In the Infantry Squad Battle Course, a squad of 12-15 trainees on patrol encounter indirect small arms fire. During the attack, the squad suffers casualties that have to be moved to a landing zone for an air medical evacuation, which they call in.

Liberty City

The Soldiers will be going through urban combat scenarios. Some platoons set up as opposing forces and they will provide resistance as squads navigate through Liberty City. Their objective is to capture or kill an HVT (high value target), and of course the HVT will have security and body guards, so the Soldiers’ mission is to neutralize the bodyguards as best they can, and then capture or kill the HVT.

Hand to Hand

The Army Combatives Program enhances unit combat readiness by building trainees’ personal courage, confidence, and resiliency as well as their situational responsiveness to close quarters threats in the operational environment.

Basic hand to hand combat training stresses simple aggressive tactics with which to subdue an opponent. It consists of various kicks, blows, takedowns, counters and other movements used to disable or kill an opponent.

Trainees are instructed by skilled combatives certified cadre members that train them through hours of training under simulated combat conditions.
Fight strategies in combatives have three key stages: close the distance, gain dominant position and finish the fight. Training starts with ground grappling to teach the basics then move onto more difficult standing techniques. Trainees learn a range of defensive escape techniques to help them get into a dominant position in a close combat fight; they then learn offensive skills.
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What Army Recruits Go Through in Boot Camp Army Basic Combat Training Experience Documentary

Wonder what Army BCT Red Phase is like? This is a great example of what Army boot camp is like on day 1. During Phase I trainees are subject to “Total Control,” meaning their every action is monitored and constantly corrected by demanding drill sergeants.

Army Basic Combat Training Experience From Reception \u0026 Integration, trainees are transported to their new Battery. The trainees are briefed by the Battery First Sergeant, Battery Commander and their new Drill Sergeants. Their Drill Sergeants brief the trainees on Army Customs and Courtesies, Drill and Ceremony and the expectations of them while here at basic training. Basic Training has begun!

Army Rappelling Treadwell Tower - At Treadwell Tower the biggest thing trainees have to overcome is fear. Even though trainees are frightened, they see that they can do it.

Army BCT Team Development Course - During the Team Development Course, trainees learn the art of teamwork and team building. In order to accomplish the complex tasks, trainees learn they must function as a team, otherwise they fail as individuals.

Medical Training Army Basic Training - Learning to evacuate injured Soldiers out of harm’s way, in a hostile environment is an essential skill taught during Medical Training Lanes.

The Army Combat Conditioning Course is an excellent test of trainees’ endurance, stamina, and physical fitness as they run across the variety of obstacles.

The Anvil field training exercise is built upon other skills such as squad tactics, medical training events, and Chemical, Biological, Radiological \u0026 Nuclear (CBRN) attacks.
The Army Boot Camp “Gas Chamber” is actually the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) confidence chamber. The trainees learn about the M50 Field Protective Mask, or “Gas Mask.”

Grenades Training in Army Boot Camp Trainees are taught every aspect of hand grenades: pulling the pin and throwing techniques. They are taught about the different types of hand grenades. At the end of training each trainee throws two live hand grenades.
Wonder what Army BCT White Phase is like? During this phase, trainees will begin learning the basics of rifle marksmanship, maintenance, and engaging targets at varying distances.

Rifle Marksmanship in the Army Qualification is the culmination of many hours of rifle training. It is an exercise designed to test trainee’s ability to apply learned principles and acquired skills by firing at targets from various distances.

The Army Hand to Hand Combat Training Program enhances unit combat readiness by building trainees’ personal courage, confidence, and resiliency as well as their situational responsiveness to close quarters threats in the operational environment.

In the Infantry Squad Battle Course in Army Bootcamp , a squad of 12-15 trainees on patrol encounter indirect small arms fire.

Wonder what Blue Phase is like in Army Basic Combat Training? The final phase of Basic Combat Training builds on everything trainees have learned so far and will serve as their final rite of passage from civilian to Soldier.

Army Basic Combat Training Pugil Sticks Trainees conduct pugil sticks training in order to build aggressiveness and confidence required to defeat the enemy in close combat using the rifle and bayonet.

The Army BCT Confidence Obstacle Course (COC) helps instill Army values, build confidence and raise personal courage between trainees. The Confidence Obstacle Course is designed to test trainee’s endurance, stamina and willpower.

The U.S. Army BCT Forge is a grueling, 96-hour, cumulative training exercise that puts week-seven trainees in a patrol base as they encounter a multitude of combat and logistical scenarios. During this time, trainees will be forged in the furnace of shared hardship and tough training. There will be multiple road marches, a tough night infiltration course, a combat resupply event, a casualty evacuation drill, a pugil sticks competition and the reflexive fire range. Over the four days of events, the trainees navigate about 46 miles. The Forge emphasizes battle drills, tactical operations and numerous foot patrols.

Officially Becoming a US Soldier. The rite of passage acknowledges that the new Soldiers have passed a milestone in Basic Combat Training, and it instills a sense of history in them. Putting on their berets signifies that the trainees have earned the title of United States Soldier. They will now stand with their Drill Sergeants as the Nation’s newest Soldiers.

Grog Tradition The BCT grog has a long and glorious history. Field artillerymen load their cannons with powder charges to send rounds downrange, but now individual charges are be loaded into the grog. They pour seven charges into the drum of grog.

Another tradition in the Blue Phase is the Army Warrior's Meal, where the Soldiers are rewarded with an "all-you-can-eat" buffet served by the drill sergeants and the first sergeant.

Video by Fort Sill Photography #FortSillPhotography
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