Members of the Afghan National Security Forces are taking four-week-long Combat Lifesaver courses at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. This is the first time CLS courses are being taught on this base for the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police forces. The goal for these courses is "T-3" which means "Train The Trainer." The first two weeks involve teaching the CLS skills and the second two weeks include transitioning members of the class from students to trainers. The "Train the Trainer" model provides sustainment of CLS skills within the ANSF. The historical first class started under CJTF-4 in June 2014 and classes continue to be in session under CJTF-1. Includes sound bites from Brig. Gen. Patrick Kidd, Deputy Commanding General for Force Development, CJTF-4. Hometown: Melbourne, Aus. and Capt. Aaron Berg, ANSF Health Development Deputy Officer, CHTF-4. Hometown: Sigourney, Iowa. Also available in high definition.
|Date Posted:||08.04.2014 06:28|
|Location:||KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, AF|
|Hometown:||KANDAHAR PROVINCE, AF|
|Hometown:||MELBOURNE, VIC, AU|
|Hometown:||SIGOURNEY, IA, US|
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