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Courses of Initial Entry
Course of Initial Entry (COIE)—The first course in an initial skills training pipeline. For the Battlefield Airmen specialties the COIE is typically the prerequisite course required to be successfully completed to pass forward into the AFSC awarding course. The COIE may or may not have may not have an implemented Student-Initiated Elimination (SIE) option. Generally, Volunteer status is a prerequisite to continue in certain career fields. Students who withdraw their volunteer status cannot continue in the career field or the associated pipeline courses. For AFSCs that have an SIE option, training personnel will verbally brief students during in-processing that if they exercise the SIE option, they will be subject to potential discharge. Students who graduate BMT and enter training for AFSCs having an SIE option may not withdraw their volunteer status before they have officially entered the course of initial entry (COIE). Students who withdraw their volunteer status cannot continue in the career field or the associated pipeline courses.
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CRO & PJ Development Course
This COIE has goal and objectives of immersing students in physical fitness training to bring them to the level of fitness performance needed to engage in accomplishing the training encountered during the CRO & PJ Indoctrination Course.
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CRO & PJ Indoctrination Course (1 viewing)
This COIE is a screening-in course in that the controlled environment exposes students to harsh conditions at the extremes of human physical capabilities. Screening-in is used to emphasize all students starting the course are expected to complete the course unless they voluntarily self eliminate themselves from training or are eliminated for other failure to train or inability to be trained reasons. Students are trained physically and mentally for the rigors of the training pipeline and subsequently to prepare them to perform pararescue duties in the operational environment. It is a mandatory prerequisite course to proceed further into other required AFSC awarding courses.
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Combat Control Selection Course (CCSC)
This COIE screens to prepare Combat Control trainees physically and mentally for the rigors of the training pipeline. Gauges student progression and determine advancement potential.
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Special Operations Weather Selection Course
This COIE emphasizes physical training to assure that course graduates have the temperament and potential to meet the intense physical challenges inherent in the Special Operations Weather specialty.
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Special Operations Weather...
(Yukon) - 05/04/15 10:32 AM
Tactical Air Control Party Preparatory Course
This COIE emphasizes physical training to assure that course graduates have the temperament and potential to meet the intense physical challenges inherent in the TACP specialty.
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Air Liaison Officer (ALO) ...
(Yukon) - 05/06/15 11:31 AM
SERE Specialist Selection (SSS)
This COIE emphasizes physical training to assure that course graduates have the temperament and potential to meet the intense physical challenges inherent in the SERE specialty.
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"What does it take to...
(Yukon) - 09/13/15 10:37 AM
CRO, STO and 13L ALO Selection Process
All candidates for the CRO, STO, and 13L ALO specialties will apply to be entry classified into the specific AFSC through Phase I and Phase II screening and selection process. Being selected enters the officer into the AFSC's Course of Initial Entry.
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