|Upon arrival please review the hallway monitor for current course location and time.|
|FY 2016 SCHEDULE|
|To provide the LCAC craftmaster with the knowledge and skills required to operate the LCAC in normal emergency, and degraded modes over water and land in all conditions, including ship's well deck entry/exit and be certifiable as an LCAC craftmaster.|
|This course consists of 155 hours of LCAC classroom training, which includes systems, rules of the road and operation. This course also consists of 195 hours of LCAC Full Mission Trainer (FMT) training and actual LCAC systems operations.|
|Must be physically qualified for special duty in accordance with the Manual of the Medical Department (NAVMED P117). Successfully complete Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL) LCAC Operator Psychomotor Test at ACU-4/ACU-5. Must be qualified second-class swimmer in accordance with SEAOPS Vol II. Second class swimmer qualification must be documented in student orders. Must be qualified in accordance with MILPERSMAN Article 1306-949 (NAVPERS 15560D). This training is open to top performing E-7 or above personnel in all ratings. Students MUST be eligible for a SECRET clearance.
Reporting students must have passed their most recent PFA and been screened for BCA standards. In addition, detaching commands must conduct re-certification within five working days of transfer. Within 48 hours of class convening, height/weight assessment and BCA will be conducted IAW OPNAVINST 6110.1 (series). If student fails to meet standards they will be disenrolled from training. When reporting for class, students shall be in Navy Working Uniform and must bring their Navy PT Uniform for height/weight assessment.
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