SERE Survival Training

U.S. Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. Mike Tuttle (Ret.) gives us an inside look during the field force cycle of training held at the Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape course in Maine. SERE is an advanced code of conduct course. All military personnel get their initial code-of-conduct instruction during basic training, where they are taught an American service member’s legal responsibilities if captured by enemy forces. SERE goes beyond that and it starts with survival.

Video by MC2 (SW/AW) Andrew Breese, supporting photos by MC2 (EXW) Todd Frantom.

Big thanks to Todd for his added support, I couldn’t have done it without yah. And of course a big thanks to all the SERE instructors involved.

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