"That Others May Live...to Return with Honor"
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|eServices Short Name||Cadet Participant
|Activity Full Name|
|AF PJOC||211||212||AF Pararescue & Survival Orientation Course-Advanced
Advanced Pararescue Orientation Course:
APJOC is the second course in the PJOC program and is designed to build upon skills learned at PJOC and give cadets a more in-depth understanding of the Guardian Angle Weapon System (GA) of the United States Air Force. The APJOC curriculum goes far beyond that of PJOC by introducing the student to Pararescue/Special Tactics Team Operations, Technical Rescue, Medical, Survival, Team Building, and Rigorous Physical Conditioning. The course is designed to demonstrate to CAP cadets that one can progress far beyond perceived limits.
GA is organized into nine specific capabilities: Prepare, Mission Plan, Insert, Movement, Actions on Objective, Medically Treat, Extract, Reintegrate, and Adapt. For 10 training days APJOC pairs cadets with an active duty or reserve USAF Rescue or Special Tactics Squadron. For more details on GA please visit: Guardian Angel Factsheet , Guardian Angle Factsheet #2.
This duration of this activity is 12 days, 10 training days and two travel days.
YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE THROUGH eServices to attend this course. Use link on the left titled "Apply Online."
Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona
Tucson International Airport (TUS)
APJOC Mission Statement
“The mission of APJOC is threefold: Orient CAP Cadets to the USAF Pararescue, Survival, and Combat Rescue Officer career fields; introduce CAP Cadets to certain Pararescue/Special Tactics Team operations; demonstrate to CAP Cadets that one can progress far beyond perceived limits.”
Minimum Age: 16 upon start of the activity
Must be a PJOC Graduate to attend, may not attend PJOC and APJOC in the same year
Physical Participation Category I - Unrestricted*
APJOC students must be in excellent physical condition. If selected, your unit must certify that you have successfully passed the Physical Fitness Evaluation at your home squadron as verified on two separate affidavits signed by your squadron commander or designee and a parent / guardian / financially responsible party; a Physical Fitness Evaluation will be administered on training day one of the activity. Must be able to swim 500m unassisted by the start of the activity
More information to follow, check back often for more details! Last Updated 3 December, 2016
APJOC is looking for CAP senior staff members. Preferred backgrounds in Pararescue, CRO, SERE, military, special tactics, and former PJOC / APJOC graduates. All in excellent physical condition, highly self motivated and willing to learn. If interested in a staff position contact Capt. Nicholas Carvan at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and letter of interest and you will be contacted shortly thereafter.
*APJOC is a very physically strenuous activity