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Curriculum for the JLBC Cadet Corps


  1. Class 1601: Emergency Disaster Response: Cadets will be trained in emergency preparedness, disaster response techniques, and crisis management.

  2. Class 1602: Aerospace Studies Advanced: Building on the introductory Aerospace class, cadets will explore in-depth studies of aerodynamics, aircraft systems, meteorology, and aviation regulations.

  3. Class 1701: Special Operations Overview: Cadets will learn about the role, training, and operations of Special Operations Forces.

  4. Class 1702: Advanced Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) Techniques: This class provides advanced training in survival skills and evading capture, along with techniques for resisting exploitation and successfully escaping in hostile environments.

  5. Class 1801: Military Law and Justice: This class will provide an understanding of military law, including the rights and responsibilities of service members, military crimes and defenses, and the military court system.

  6. Class 1802: Signals and Communications: Cadets will study military communication systems, signal protocols, and the basics of radio operation.

  7. Class 1901: Advanced Fieldcraft and Tactical Operations: This advanced class covers fieldcraft skills, tactical maneuvers, and small unit tactics.

  8. Class 1902: Military Medicine Basics: Cadets will learn about battlefield medicine, including triage techniques, treating common combat injuries, and medical evacuation procedures.

  9. Class 2001: Unarmed Combat Techniques: This class introduces basic unarmed combat techniques, including self-defense, grappling, and martial arts relevant to military training.

  10. Class 2002: Graduation Project and Reflection: In the final class, cadets will present a graduation project synthesizing their learning experiences and participate in reflective discussions on their journey and future aspirations in the Cadet Corps.

This list provides a comprehensive and varied curriculum for the JLBC Cadet Corps, aimed at providing a well-rounded education and preparation for a career in the armed forces or other relevant fields.

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