Port Security Unit Basic Skills Course (PSU BSC) 501567

COURSE CONTACTS: Section Chief (910) 440-7529 Course Chief (910) 440-6074 PURPOSE: To introduce a member of the USCG Port Security Unit (PSU) to the information and skills needed to operate successfully as a member of the PSU during deployment OCONUS in accordance with United States Coast Guard orders, instructions, doctrine and real world requirements. This course provides E-2 through O-5 personnel with instruction on the basic skills required of a PSU team member. The students will be required to complete classroom and practical field exercises. Units of instruction consist of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) defense, Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), Land Navigation, Entry Control Points (ECP), Vehicle Searches, Rear Area Security, Crew Served Weapons including the M240B and M2HB, Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT), Individual and Squad Movement, and Basic Patrolling. There will be a number of practical exercises and live fire training. Students will be living in field conditions and eating Meals Ready to Eat (MRE’s) for the majority of the course. DURATION: 12 Days PREREQUISITES, AMPLIFYING INFORMATION, EQUIPMENT LIST and INDIVIDUAL DOCUMENTATION : Located on the SMTC Portal page and can be accessed through a workstation III.