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Airbornelawyer
07-14-2005, 20:14
Don't know if it's been posted before, but here's an article from the Alabama Guardsman:

http://alguard.state.al.us/Guardsman/pg9.htm

abc_123
07-14-2005, 23:58
hey, i've been there! Not a bad shoothouse.

Doc
07-15-2005, 06:03
What's all that smoke about in front of that door? :D

Nice pic.

Doc

The Reaper
07-15-2005, 08:15
What's all that smoke about in front of that door? :D

Doc

Smoking lounge. It is in Alabama.

TR

504PIR
07-15-2005, 09:59
Good article, thanks for posting

scotts
07-15-2005, 18:36
Awesome article, thanks for posting that.

So when does the SIGDET get to go? :D

Surgicalcric
07-15-2005, 18:46
So when does the SIGDET get to go? :D

The last time I was at drill, May '04, there were some support guys (GSC types)who had worked at SFAUC who were going to go thru the course as a composite team during AT. It was a Thank You for some hard work they had done supporting the mission.

Always a chance.

Crip

KolB
07-18-2005, 16:12
I've been there a few times. I have to say that the support guys are absolutely outstanding... top notch!

NousDefionsDoc
07-18-2005, 17:41
SFAUC is an excellent program in the best traditions of SF. And we all know where it started... :lifter

Roguish Lawyer
07-18-2005, 17:45
SFAUC is an excellent program in the best traditions of SF. And we all know where it started... :lifter

No, but I'm guessing 7th Group . . . :munchin

Doc
07-18-2005, 18:47
No, but I'm guessing 7th Group . . . :munchin

Need you ask?

Doc

CommoGeek
07-18-2005, 21:55
Awesome article, thanks for posting that.

So when does the SIGDET get to go? :D

SIGDET? Screw the SIGDET. They don't need training or equipment, they get enough of both. :lifter

lksteve
07-18-2005, 22:40
And we all know where it started...Weingarten, 1977...

Razor
07-19-2005, 09:37
High-five to lksteve. :lifter

kgoerz
09-09-2005, 20:00
It was Started at 7th Group. 7th Group was the only group to put together an actual group of former SFARTEC Instructors

NousDefionsDoc
09-09-2005, 20:04
Weingarten, 1977...
Well, if you want to get all ancient about it... :p

NousDefionsDoc
09-09-2005, 20:06
It was Started at 7th Group. 7th Group was the only group to put together an actual group of former SFARTEC Instructors
Hey! What are you doing here? GO AWAY!

Did that come straight from you know who?

Ladies and gentlemen, my partner. No, not in a Navy way.

Go post an intro in the intro thread.

NousDefionsDoc
09-09-2005, 20:08
And check your PMs.

kgoerz
09-09-2005, 20:09
When an Explosive breaching Charge is initiated it causes an explosion (Solid to gas). Thus causing smoke.........

Jack Moroney (RIP)
09-09-2005, 20:54
It was Started at 7th Group. 7th Group was the only group to put together an actual group of former SFARTEC Instructors

Well actually some of us were country before country was cool and that was way before SFARTEC was even on the drawing board.

one-zero
09-10-2005, 17:16
Did somebody say Blue-Light?? Lots of branches sprang from the family tree in the CT shooter arena after the late '70s early 80s stuff got sorted out...wheel had to be re-invented a few times of course
But regarding SFAUCC, it's as NDD says... at least on a group wide scale. Finally we were getting entire teams out the door with a good shoot/move/communicate baseline. Hope it's still running to standard, 7th was lucky to have their instructor pool.

kgoerz...same one from Panama? With that damn pet snake at your place in the ghetto???

1-0
BT AR

kgoerz
09-10-2005, 17:45
Yes I was the one with the pet Snake, Who is this?

lksteve
09-11-2005, 17:49
Well, if you want to get all ancient about it...exactly when does this all begin, then...?

JMPMASTR
09-18-2005, 23:33
As a graduate of the last 20th Group SFAUC in April I can say it is outstanding training, especially for a long ago 18C who's been out for close to 18 years! The instructors are top notch and being back with my SF brothers was fantastic...even if I did have to learn how to use an M4, Aimpoint, and PEQ-2. Thanks to all those who went before that helped bring SFAUC into being...no matter who did it!

Camaro
06-14-2006, 13:47
is only open to 18 series and SOT-A guys. The farthest support guys can go is through flat range week. I think now even that has been done away with.

kgoerz
06-14-2006, 19:45
We put our GSC Company thru the entire course during a down period. That was over two years ago things probably changed since then.