0372

Critical Skills Operator (CSO)

The primary Combat Billet of MARSOC, CSOs operate in 5-man Combat Elements – roughly equivalent to a traditional Fire Team

At an entry-level, CSOs can perform basic Machine Gun, Anti-Tank, and Assaulter roles within their Element

After advanced training, CSOs gain additional Equipment Qualifications allowing them to perform additional roles

– These Include –

Medium Machine Guns (Mk. 48/M240B), Heavy Anti-Tank (Javelin/Carl Gustav), Anti-Air (Stinger), Explosives & Demolition (Breacher/Demo), Designated Marksman Rifles (DMR), Long Range Precision Rifles (Sniper)

Advanced Insertion

CSOs Also Undergo special training with their team on advanced Insertion, Combative, and Extraction techniques

– These Include –

Combat Diver, Military Free Fall (HALO/HAHO), Small Boat Operations, Heliborne Assaults & Extraction, Mobility (Vehicle) Operations


To Become a CSO

You need no prior experience in the 3d MRB

0372 is an Entry Level Billet – Meaning after you submit an Application to Join, you can select Critical Skills Operator as your desired billet

After being accepted you will attend the following courses

Assessment and Selection (A&S)
MARSOC Individual Training Course (ITC)

After which you will report in to one of the Teams, be assigned a Combat Element, and be given the opportunity to undergo additional certfications

HM-L11A FMF Recon Corpsman

Special Amphibious Reconnisance Corpsman (SARC)

The primary Medical Billet of MARSOC, SARCs are Navy Corpsmen who are attached to MARSOC Combat Elements

SARCs are an Entry-Level billet and are responsible for providing medical care under fire to MARSOC personnel

SARCs must also be effective warfighters – and are qualified in the same advanced insertion, combative, and extraction techniques as CSOs.

Medical is Highly Technical and mirrors real-world EMT & Combat Casualty Care with advanced techniques requiring dedicated training

– Medical Capabilities of SARCs Include –

Chest Seals, Tourniquets, IV/IO, Advanced Airway Techniques, Drug Administration including Epinephrine, Fentyanl, Ketamine and EACA


To Become a SARC

You need no prior experience in the 3d MRB

HM-L11A is an Entry Level Billet – Meaning after you submit an Application to Join, you can select Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman as your desired billet

After being accepted, you will attend the following courses

Assessment and Selection (A&S)
MARSOC Individual Training Course (ITC)

After which you will receive medical training/certification in TCCC and Care Under Fire, in
Field Medical Training Battalion (FMTB)

Once you have graduated the requisite training, you will report to one of the Teams and be assigned a combat element to begin administering combat medicine

8002

Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC)

The primary Ground-based Support Billet of MARSOC, JTACs are the direct line interface between an MSOT on the ground and the supporting 160th Helicopters in the Air

JTACs provide MSOTs with a Major Force Multiplier – Allowing them to Rapidly Reposition, by using helicopters, much quicker than any other unit on the battlefield, and easily Destroy Massed Enemy and major threats through rapid Close Air Support

– JTAC Capabilities Include¬† –

Calling In Close Air Support, Coordinating Air Traffic, Combating Enemy Anti-Air Capabilities, Coordinating Rapid Redeployment for Ground Forces, Managing Sling Operations

JTACs receive the same advanced training as CSOs and frequently perform their job while on the move & kicking in doors with the rest of the MSOT


To Become a JTAC

You need no prior experience in the 3d MRB

8002 is an Entry Level Billet – Meaning after you submit an Application to Join, you can select Joint Terminal Attack Controller as your desired billet

After being accepted you will attend the following courses

Assessment and Selection (A&S)
MARSOC Individual Training Course (ITC)

After which you will receive training in air-to-ground command & control (C2) and aviation-based operations in
Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) Qualification Course

Once complete, you will report to one of the Teams where you will be assigned as a member of the Team Headquarters element and begin coordinating the Air-Ground C2 for that MSOT

003A

Student Warrant Officer


Qualifying to


153A

Rotary Wing Aviator

The primary Aviation Billet attached to the 3d MRB, Rotary Wing Aviators are the pilots of the 160th SOAR

They provide Close Air Support along with Combat Transport and Logistics capabilities to MSOTs in the field with a variety of Airframes including the

A/MH-6 Little Bird – MH-60 Direct Action Penetrator (DAP) – MH-47 Chinook

They perform their entire mission set under extreme conditions, usually at night, and while in close contact with enemy forces – They require an unparalleled level of personal drive and practice from individual aviators in order to be successful – It is the billet with the highest individual skill ceiling

– Capabilities of Rotary Wing Aviators Include –

Insertion & Extraction Under Fire – Pinnacle LZs & Contested Rooftop Insertions – Rapid Redeployment of Troops in Close Contact – Standoff Air Support – Close Air Support – Counter SAM/Radar – Terrain-Masked Radar Penetration – Hoist & Sling Load Operations – MEDEVAC


To Become a Rotary Wing Aviator

You need no prior experience in the 3d MRB

003A Student Warrant Officer is an Entry Level Billet – Meaning after you submit an Application to Join, you can select Student Warrant Officer as your desired billet

Previous Flight Experience either Real World or ArmA is Recommended, but Not Required

After being accepted, you will attend the following courses

Assessment and Selection (A&S)
Flight School


Flight School is a Multi-Stage Qualifying Course

You report in as a Student Pilot; Able to Attend Operations, but with limited flight capabilities and requiring instructor oversight – During this process you are required to learn, and prove, flight capabilities & tactics before eventually
Graduating into a 153A Rotary Wing Aviator

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