United States Marine Corps Force Recon Training | Swift, Silent, Deadly

This video is a compilation of US Marine Corps Force Reconnaissance training:

  • Combined-arms raid 00:00
  • Marksmanship training 02:09
  • Fast rope and deck clearing drills 03:47
  • Dive Operation 05:53
  • Proficiency jump training 08:10
  • Load and launch combat rubber raiding crafts 10:30
  • Night infiltration 11:32
  • Sharpen mountaineering skills 13:50
  • Jungle environment training 16:40
  • Free-fall and static-line jump 21:15
  • Landing Beach Operations 23:06
  • Close quarters training 24:42
  • Sniper training 26:05
  • Special operations combative program 29:04
  • Combatant divers course 32:08
  • Recon Jump Training 34:13
  • Night Jump 36:52
  • Rehearse night observation 38:22
  • Launch and recover drills 41:36
  • Combat readiness exercise/reconnaissance and surveillance operations 46:39
  • Counter Insurgency Operations 51:09

Force Recon (FORECON) are one of the United States Marine Corps’s special operations capable forces (SOC) that provide essential elements of military intelligence to the command element of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF), by supporting their task force commanders, and their subordinate operating units of the Fleet Marine Force (FMF).

Credit to Gavin T Shields, Cpl. Ally Beiswanger, Tech. Sgt. Pedro Jimenez, Lance Cpl. Alexander Pool, Lance Cpl. John Baker, Cpl. Joshua Rudy, Cpl. Lena Wakayam, Staff Sgt. Sean Callahan, Capt. Joshua S.Diddams, Cpl. Zachary Ouellette, Lance Cpl. Frank Cordoba, Sgt. Isaac Ibarra, Lance Cpl. Joshua Murray, Sgt. Harold Johnson, Sgt. Harold Johnson, Lance Cpl. Frank Cordoba, Lance Cpl. Christopher J. Moore, Lance Cpl. Seth Starr, Cpl. Justin Updegraff

 

*Photo courtesy of DVIDS 

This article is courtesy of The Loadout Room.

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