The SERE-C training provides a unique opportunity to teach Soldiers adaptive leadership skills to be employed in complex operational environments. “What makes SERE school so unique is the stress tailored to the individual Soldier. Regardless of a Soldier’s background, the SERE-C training approach exploits his or her weakness in order to induce the most amount of stress safely and effectively,” said Maj. Anthony Hanson, commander, U.S. Army SERE School at Fort Rucker. Soldiers are able to apply leadership in a variety of scenarios ranging from a classroom academic laboratory setting to a field survival environment and escape and evasion situations. Leaders practice covert leadership to organize and resist in the hands of the enemy role-play instructors.
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