Op Highroad staff get advanced training before deployment

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Paul Cale, CEO of Kinetic Fighting, instructs selected Army and RAAF personnel during an ISET training package.
Paul Cale, CEO of Kinetic Fighting, instructs selected Army and RAAF personnel during an ISET training package.

Royal Australian Air Force personnel deploying on Operation Highroad as part of the Train Advise Assist Command – Air (TAAC-Air) completed Army’s Individual Skills Enhancement Training (ISET) packages from 7 to 16 February 2018 at RAAF Base Richmond.

CAPTION: A RAAF Officer practices alternate firing positions with a pistol as part of the ISET-Tactical training aimed at improving his individual combat skills. Photos by Sergeant Amanda Campbell.

The aim of ISET is to significantly enhance the trainee’s combat survivability, force protection and team effectiveness, providing essential operational confidence and reassurance to enhance their security posture.

The purpose of the training is to ensure selected personnel are adequately skilled to operate specific to their roles as advisors or guardian angels while on deployment.

ISET packages were facilitated by Headquarters 1st Division, Operation Force Generation (OPGEN) Branch in-conjunction with Headquarters Air Command.

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