If you have you’re probably low ranking never deployed. You don’t really fail SERE. In the end, we are all brothers. Plus, the paramedics. Out of 120 candidates only 4 of us became PJs 2 years later. But from what I’ve researched, this list is totally wrong. Tanker Frank out, OK as a fellow tanker, only in Germany and A long time ago, this is funny. Navy Divers and diver support personnel are encouraged to use this web site which has been designed specifically for your enjoyment and to facilitate communication between all active, inactive, and retired Navy Divers and Diver Support Personnel. Mind over muscle. SSD, And then there are other MOSES that have other stressors involved in their training and actual practice that go way under the radar, on purpose I might add, similar to some of the training you mentioned, like the 02 field, particularly the 11 part. Let me tell you this, each of these school’s has there own “tough” parts to it. But not so much the hardware aspects of it, just the theoretical parts, OSI model, protocols, command line tools, get familiar with Wireshark. My Grandfather was gassed in the trenches of Verdun and my Father flew an F-86 in Korea. (SERE 99′ – 55 gallon drum spa treatment) – J. Navy Divers perform underwater salvage, recovery, repair, and maintenance on ships and submarines. Not only the military but other people. Prior to this, Navy Divers were normally Gunners’ Mates (GM) whose diving duties were considered a collateral duty, although they did have to be qualified. In fact operators within the RRC are often called “mini CAG” because a good majority have traditionally eventually made it into the super top secret (true quiet professionals) unlike this other elite JSOCOM unit that goes by the name DEVGRU Naval Special Warfare Developmental Warfare Group aka “ST6” or SEAL Team 6. Navy Divers and diver support personnel are encouraged to use this web site which has been designed specifically for your enjoyment and to facilitate communication between all active, inactive, and retired Navy Divers and Diver Support Personnel. Trainees must pass strenuous physical training qualifications including running, swimming (at various lengths and conditions), pull-ups, push-ups and sit-ups. United States Navy. The US Navy and Marine Corps Aviation Selection Test Battery (ASTB) historically has been a highly effective means for reducing attrition in flight training. We are all used in order to do a specific job at a certain time. USCG rescue swimmer. Athletes failed out for a number of reasons. Our mission isn’t sexy…we’re in the business of saving lives especially when the odds are stacked against us. Navy divers don’t go in to the office every day. 2) Delta Candidates may also volunteer for ND during basic training at Recruit Training Center, at A-school, or at any time during their enlistment prior to their 31st birthday. (Hind Sight) As hardened as I once was, I was NOT a strong swimmer….hence, I would likely not have made it through some of the other courses. Many more people are washed out of Pararescue then all the other branches. Seriously wtf are you talking about? When’s the last time you looked at Air Force PT? This is your path to becoming a US Navy SEAL, an elite force that is the world recognized for their covert operations and dominating in small teams. And why hasnt anybody mentioned the Airforce’s other two Air Commado Special Operations unit types the 2 year Combat Cotroller School and training pipeline and the nearly 3 years plus Air Force Special Operations Combat Weather Technicians School and Training Pipeline. I'm answering this question based on being a former nuke turned Naval Flight Officer turned Naval Aviator and my career of 21 years. Alright, give me a good 7-10 years, and i will do all of these, or as many as possible. Pool training at Fort Bragg was tough. Had a couple of guys wash up on shore in the class ahead of mine. I'm almost half-way through. Had family members that were Marines, Army, friends who were Marines, Coast Guard and all that to say the training to be a PJ was the toughest. Comment below! I went to SCUBA school while in Special Forces. Survival School (Winter at Fairchild)) was very tough. Any advice would be appreciated thanks. But I had been thinking about moving over to the Navy. No votes so far! All 4 branches trained together and there was an extremely high attrition rate (including the late great Robin Williams). First off the attrition rate for PJ’s would be greater if they hadn’t decided to make their own medics course since they were getting destroyed in SOCM school. Started in the USMC. Its seriously hard and a shame that they get made fun of. PJ training is surely the toughest. Surprisingly, however, despite their storied history, the Navy did not officially establish the Navy Diver, ND, rate until 2006. The pipeline is incredibly hard, but I think the attrition rate is so high because the sorry excuse for a PT program in basic training sets us up for failure. There had to be over 50 PJ’s there for his send off. NDs maintain and repair diving equipment and systems, and research and develop new diving techniques and procedures, and conduct submarine rescue operations. I will help to the end. Effective November 21, 2014, to qualify for the Navy Diver rating, one must pass the Physical Screening Test and C-SORT. It is as intense mentally as it is physically, with an attrition rate that truly begins before each class cycle does. Learn subnetting and study up on Network+ certification. I think if I had to do it again, I’d go SEAL’s. Interview with Mogadishu survivor, and total badass SgtMaj Lamb, Azerbaijan admits to shooting down Russian gunship, 2 killed, Watch the Commandant’s 245th Marine Corps birthday message, Human trafficking bust: 109 rescued, 177 arrested. Credit: www.nsonswmentor.com. Get the over yourself, bitch. And it’s all because of the water. I went to BRC…it was a solid kick in the nut sack. Navy dive school attrition rate. For you, I’d seriously think about what you want tobdobwhike enlisted, and maybe even what you want tobdo after 4,8 or even 20 years, as these skills translate into a lot of civilian jobs. Nuke SS. If it does then the toughest is the Seals. Also, probably the best if not a close 2nd best special reconnaissance unit in the entire U.S. military is the little known newest special operations unit to fall under the command ubrella of the U.S . Mostly because of the speed. I was the only prior service Marine to make it. The Navy Diver rating was established and made available at enlistment in 2006; First Class thru Master Chief Petty Officer conversion date was June 1, 2006 and Seaman Recruit thru Second Class Petty Officer conversion followed on October 1, 2006. Nothing but respect for all of them. I’d tell you to go talk to all 4 branches. Enlistees are taught the fundamentals of diving through formal Navy schooling and on the job training. AST School in Elizabeth City, North Carolina lasts for 24 weeks, and includes intense physical fitness, long hours of pool fitness and instruction, extreme water-confidence drills, and classroom instruction. US Army Special Forces / US Navy SEALS I wasn’t there that long and there were two sailors who commited suicide and one that was sent to the ER for overdose. That being said I had a few cross trainers in my team who failed as well. I’m in the SOCM course now with a few fellow CQT grads plus SQTeam guys and the academics can’t rival any physical evolution you can be put through……all the 18D guys nowadays have to go through this school as part as the pipeline so I think they (and the SO’s) by far have the toughest pipeline in the whole armed forces, My two cents: We all have different missions, specific for our abilities and we have been established today by the mission essentials from past years. Rating Description. This list is way too broad to even say which is harder. One out of every three will never finish. Underfunded and underappreciated by the other branches, including all of the DoD, Marines do what they do best, make it harder because, well, they’re Marines. significantly Diving instruction higher for paygrades El, E2, and and the physical . 1. If you’re lucky you might only have to endure 61 days of training, unless you have to go the pre-ranger school or even worse… get recycled through a phase of training. Just a thought not trying to start a fight. Once you are actually selected, however, it is in the Navy's best interests to see you complete. You essentially go through the code of conduct and discover your limits. As is PJ school, BUDS, RANGER, SF. PJ training should NOT be number 5. 1220-200 CH-64, 2 Aug 2018 Page 4 of 22 a. None of them can touch advanced combat clerk. As for attrition rates. Also served in the Navy with the Seabee’s of CHB-2 (Cargo Handling Battalion-2) Marine Recon. Can’t stand mouthy wannabes. Everyone has a different threshold of being able to resist and as long as you uphold the CoC, you’re doing it right. My sons sleep safe and free because of you. We, the American Armed Forces, are a toolbox, full of different tools from the basic, like a screwdriver, up to the extreme, like a 3d printer. Yeah I see a lot of people hating on pj’s. Maybe they’ve changed things around a bit (I actually know they have), but you don’t get a Tab 1st and then complete your MOS training. 99% of the Marines who go through MCT couldn’t even hack it in SOI. So for all that…..thank you for your service! In order to make it into this small super high speed company you have to be the best of the best. I went through the same training.. do we know each other? being prior army, pjs are no joke. Quote from: Marlin on Feb 15, 2014, 01:02 Also, instructors tend to be very strict as well (there are not a whole lot of second chances when dealing with explosives). The Navy supports recruiting and training for around 2,000 SEALs the Army about the same number SF, the AF about 600 or so PJs. Sappers school needs to be on this list. I’ve worked with them in war games. Enlistees are taught the fundamentals of diving through formal Navy schooling and on the job training. I know plenty of marines who wouldn’t be able to pass that test. Toughest school I went to. Your email address will not be published. 4. It’s go, go, go When I was a PJ, I was dropped to do 1500 push-ups, it took me two days to do them…. Then to Sere school for survival training. EXACTLY…MARSOC is a kick in the nuts…by any standard. TACPs assigned to STSs (Special Tactics Squadrons) typically provide CAS to SOF units. Right now I’m just training myself mentally and physically to push myself to the next level. JP School is harder than SF training. Every selection is a ball smoker and should be respected by all. BRPC is like recons version of selection and BRC is our version of the Q course. Roughly 14 months later I attended the 8 week or 61 day Ranger School earning me my Ranger Tab in serving with 2nd Battalion for 3 1/2 years. All in all, none of them are worth while screwing with… though the seals might like it i kid i kid! Just my experience. You get out, what you put in. But which ever you choose, stay calm, be humble and keep your mouth shut and check your attitude at the door. And why would Rescue Swimmer be ranked ahead of Pararescue? I think it was class of 1970, I did attend the school. With DORs running around 8% Hmm, PJ’s are rescue swimmers, Coast Guard “Rescue Swimmers” are awesome. The funny thing is none of you pussies have been to any of these schools, this I know. I’ve been through both SF and PJ school. Also, instructors tend to be very strict as well (there are not a whole lot of second chances when dealing with explosives). Last Admiral of the CG stopped with the silly “Guardian” name. Before attending the class "A" school, a seven week preparatory school will be completed at Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. Navy Diver candidates must be U.S. citizens eligible for security clearance, and must be 30 years of age or less at time of accession. J-SOCOM the 75th Ranger Regiment’s Special Troops Battalion world class Regimental Reconnaissance Company or RRC formerly called the Regimental Reconnaissance Detachment or RRD. Look it up, or better yet attend the school!!!!! I have and I passed and served 8 years as a pj. An Army master diver is using resiliency training to help the service reduce the sky-high attrition rate at its engineer dive school. If you’re lucky you might only have to endure 61 days of training, unless you have to go the pre-ranger school or even worse… get recycled through a phase of training. I know that if I can make it through it can’t be that tough lol, Probably pretty low… it’s not that hard to throw yourself out of a plane and hope that your chute doesn’t fail…. But you are correct, a lotnof lookey loos talking smack. Taking a man’s ability to breath away from him, on a daily basis, (sometimes to the point of passing out) and asking him to voluntarily come back the next is a mandatory selection crteria reserved for only some SOF operators and should be essential in any top pick of the most difficult. Navy EOD School is very academically challenging for most recruits, who tend to be young and immature, and lack attention to details. I second that. An average infrantry marine is equal to a Ranger. Navy enlisted personnel that graduate from second class or first class dive school; and ultimately master diver comprise the Navy Diver rating. YOU CAN TRY TO COPY US, BUT THEN WE’LL WATERBOARD YOU WITH FREEDOM. And proper way to exit aircraft. that’s all I can say as I went through it an it was tough. After the initial EOD preparation course in Great Lakes, Illinois that is 3 weeks long, Sailors travel to Panama City, Florida for eight weeks of basic EOD diver training. I had to go through the Army Ranger Mountain School in Delongica, GA.. Jump School at Benning.. pre scuba at Bragg (sharks vs minnows), Scuba at Key West Naval Station, Medical at Shepard and I was blessed to do Winter Survival/POW School up in Spokane, Wa… plus many months at Eglin AFB in Florida…. 5n1 tactical survival tool 5 . Current 31B (Military Police). Former Recon Scout/sniper Marine here, I have had the pleasure to work with a great many “special Op’s” units when was in. Anyway, I’m getting off on a different avenue. The Air Force are “pussys”? Lack of adequate color vision is disqualifying. You sure did read a lot of books though! Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit; Naval Special Warfare Center trains the SEALs and some of the combat swimmers for the other U.S. military branches. And its a year, even longer for Navy (dive, underwater, airborne, their version of SUT). Nothing like saving a life… The brotherhood in these special area’s of the military are awesome. In-service recruiters (Dive Motivators) at RTC give presentations on the Navy's diver programs, conduct the physical training screening tests, and assist interested people with their applications. Thanks for the humor. One tradition dates back to when Navy divers would wear shirts with blue on … R2 Training Reduces Attrition at Army’s Dive School APRIL 26, 2019 – More than 90 percent of those who attempt to become an Army diver fail in the first 14 days of training. This is the 911 service for all other miltary branches. They also maintain and repair diving systems. Weapons training? Props to anyone badass enough to make it through any on the list. I have a bit of experience with computers so it hasn't been too bad so far. PJ’s are just pure strength and endurance. 3.5 /5 on average. The USAF PAST is essentially the same as SEAL physical test so if you get that far and are selected for indoc, it doesn’t matter your background or service it’s all in your head from there – do or die! Way to go Quiet Professional. The pool breaks people. Yes, I served. level 1 training program were the primary sources of Navy attrition, while poor academic performance accounts for most of the attrition of non-Navy personnel. sunglasses emoticon, It’s a lot more than just being tough, you have to be smart as well. never got past E-3 LOL, went up to E-8 in the Army SF then dropped down to E-6 in the Air Force (PJ). This school trains individuals to become one of the most elite light infantryman (and now women) on Earth. How do you know when you’re talking to someone who went through BUDS? Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. By the time a fleet marine gets noticed, and has the honor of being invited (cant request it and not part of enlistment contract) to one of our elite schools. Ranger school isn’t that hard. They search for and recove… I saw him a couple years back at the PJ Reunion in Apple-Turkey, New Mexico. For ND, the NOS is E100. I can tell you right now this list is definitely not in the correct order, BUD/S and marsoc selection should be on the very top, then pararescue school right under that, any course that spends as much time in the water as Seal candidates is gonna have the highest dropout rate because water will make cowards of everyone. Looking at our big board of completes, attrites, and DORs. FIG, Rock On Bro, def like your statement. (BUPERS), Navy Diver Community Manager (BUPERS-324F). One of the highest attrition rates in all military schools but that could be because most are from the basic ranks of the Air Force who do not normally experience infantry specific type training. Any love for the EOD pipeline? The grueling seven-week Combat Diver Qualification Course, or CDQC, at the Special Forces Underwater Operations School in Key West, Fla., is neither for the weak of heart, or the idle of mind. In the end, who cares which is harder, I just thank God they’re all US. But that doesn’t mean any of the schools are easy. The Navy offers over 200 different jobs, known as ratings, for enlisted sailors. While not a physically challenging school, the Defense Language Institute will give your brain a run for its money. They are a Special Breed of men. I then began foreign language training, and advanced Special Forces Individual MOS 18B Special Forces weapons sgt. I went through PJ school in the 80’s. It’s just what you want out of the service. I did not graduate because again, for the record, solid kick in the nut sack. Aviation Rescue Swimmer (ARS) Training Overview . But this is how I would rate it: This is the best adsense alternative for any type of website (they Maybe 90% of the people who dream in college about flying Navy never make it. B. SEAL/Delta No color deficiency waivers are authorized. I have always told others that U.S. Air Force Special Tactics Squadron was the most difficult to pass. They don’t even breathe the same air as us. 2. It has the highest attrition rate in the DOD with over 90% and then you still have 3 months of BRC to do. This is pure exaggeration. They claim the attrition rate for new accessions (straight from boot), is 30%. Served in the Navy for 3 years 7 months, kitty cruiser, got out when I turned 21. before the Army. Plus u can pass the school but not get ur tab. I was selected went through the SF training pipeline eventually graduating the SF “Q” Course where I was officially awarded the Special Forces “long tab” as well as my green beret. They are all tough, some just push it a bit harder. SEAL, DELTA, PJ etc. I pray for you all daily! They are all brothers to each other. Much respect to any and all who have made it through any of these schools. You are misinformed by a long shot. And the suicide thing is no joke. They search for and recover downed aircraft, conduct harbor clearance operations, and provide assistance to military, federal, state, and local civilian law enforcement agencies in diving operations and procedures. Because their Mountain Rescue training is tougher? None of the training listed is easy by any means. I went through the Special Forces Qualication Course in 1974-5. But remember, if you go through Marine Corps boot camp, you typically don’t have to go through another branches Basic Training. Usually the Army and Air Force have the highest attrition rates. The attrition rate is high as it weeds out those who are not prepared or fully dedicated to the deep dive Navy life. It was like a ghost town in my section of the barracks by the time we graduated. I’ve graduated from the top two… HooYaa… yes, I’m cool However, we are still specialized for specific tasks. CCT selection has a 50% attrition rate with a further 27% rate for the Qualification Course. I myself was just a regular 11B 4 jump chump…did my job the best I could and got out. Just off your high horse and give credit where it is due, all of these men put blood sweat and tears into these programs to do one job… Save lives and protect our freedom. Your zeal reminds me of Robert (Bob) LaPoint, USAF PJ, Yes, Bob is living in the PI. Candidates may also volunteer for ND during basic training at Recruit Training Center, at A-school, or at any time during their enlistment prior to their 31st birthday. A 6 yr degree condensed into 1 yr. What is easy for one person is very difficult for another. But, the top 2, has the unique missions, Para-rescue has to be able to go behind the lines and provide ER medicine to downed people. Yeah as far as academics go navy nuke school is on its own level. SOWT selection has a 54% attrition rate and a 40% attrition rate in the Qualification Course. is just misguided pride or pure ignorance. I failed out of BUDS for a math test in second phase (Dive Phase). Basic Navy EOD Dive School - 9 weeks of diving training in Panama City FL where EOD candidates will learn basic diving as well as advanced re-breather diving using the MK16 Likely the guy who could pass Navy bud/s could pass Army Special Forces. That sounds so much better, and doesn’t remind everyone of the terrible Costner/Kutcher movie. Whoever put MCIWS, and then the other guy who said “that was the hardest school I’ve ever been too.” You are both obviously talking about something you have no idea about. DoD Highest attrition rate and suicide rate. Much respect…To all the true warriors. Please pretend to compare dick sizes on Twitter or Facebook. The five that should be on that list, in no particular order, are BUDs, PJ school, Army special forces, Marine Corps raider recon and then EOD. Navy Divers perform underwater salvage, repair and maintenance, submarine rescue and support Special Warfare and Explosive Ordnance Disposal while using a variety of diving equipment. You gotta be the first guy I know that earned your “Green Beret” and then went through weapons training. SEAL’s are a great bunch of men. In short, OCS provides initial training for officers of the US Navy and is one of the three main sources of new commissioned naval officers. Others just take months. The first skated through 6 years as infantry mortarman. If you’re lucky to make it through and earn your tab you can join a proud heritage that dates back to a time before the United States declared its independence. After "A" school Navy Diver candidates attend Second Class Diver Training at Panama City, Fla. Advanced First Class Diver, Saturation Diver and Master Diver training are available during career progression stages. HooYah! Wearing the Tab was important, but not as much as the training that helped push me through some of life’s obstacles. Didn’t make it very far. The attrition rate is … I’m not sure about Delta, so it might be just as hard as SEAL, I don’t know. And I highly respect them all. I plan on enlisting and volunteering for the Navy Diver program. There is no advanced combat diver school. US Army Ranger / US Marine Force Recon Phase 1: Recruit Training - … I am wondering why no delta devgru marsoc. It has been estimated that attrition would rise by approximately 50% in its absence (Arnold, 2002), or by approximately 150 attrites (100 SNAs and 50 SNFOs) per year. All of these schools are incredibly challenging physically, mentally, and emotionally. Then to Eglin Air Force Base, Florida for 38 weeks of basic EOD training. BTW, I haven’t tired to either. It’s no joke. 3) Force recon It also explains why this Air Force career training path has one of the highest attrition rates in the entire U.S. special operations community at better than 80%. We all are brothers in arms. Hey bob, you have been through both schools I take it? Those of you who feel the need to bash Pararescue need to STFU and show some professionalism. PJ in 1969. For one I respect every branch of service. May God Bless them and watch over them during their missions… COMBAT dive school is tougher? A day doesn’t go buy that I don’t feel the failure of not serving my country. DOG or current DSF units’ missions include high-risk, high-profile tasks such as counter-terrorism, diving operations, intelligence-cued boarding operations, Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure and threat assessments involving nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons. This was the training school in Nha Trang, Vietnam, which was run by the Delta Project, 5th Special Forces Group, to train LRRP’s in Vietnam. Ranger school is tough but I know 2 friends of mine that went through and they are total pussies. attrition rates from A-school were slightly lower than male rates. 10. graduates or 1 graduate. And the reverse is true. They search for and recover downed aircraft, conduct harbor clearance operations, and provide assistance to military, federal, state, and local civilian law enforcement agencies in diving operations and procedures. USAF Pararescueman (129th ARRS) Good stuff GT and valid. Tough school but your list and anything else you have to say is invalid. It’s all relative. 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