JOTC Class 06-27: Waterborne Operations

1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

U.S. Army Jungle School Students carry their squad zodiac in preparation for their waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
U.S. Army Jungle School Students carry their squad zodiac in preparation for their waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

U.S. Army Jungle School Instructors demonstrate how to conduct waterborne operations with a zodiac on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
U.S. Army Jungle School Instructors demonstrate how to conduct waterborne operations with a zodiac on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

U.S. Army Jungle School Students prepared a ruck raft in order to conduct waterborne operations on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
U.S. Army Jungle School Students prepared a ruck raft in order to conduct waterborne operations on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

A U.S. Army Jungle School Student conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
A U.S. Army Jungle School Student conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Cpt. Cora Allen and Cpt. Chiara Botello from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division prepare their ruck raft in order to conduct waterborne operations on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Cpt. Cora Allen and Cpt. Chiara Botello from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division prepare their ruck raft in order to conduct waterborne operations on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

U.S. Army Jungle School Students conduct waterborne operation on a zodiac on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
U.S. Army Jungle School Students conduct waterborne operation on a zodiac on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

A U.S. Army Jungle School Student rigs a zodiac in preparation for waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
A U.S. Army Jungle School Student rigs a zodiac in preparation for waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Chaplain Ismael Serrano from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Chaplain Ismael Serrano from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

A Soldier from the 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
A Soldier from the 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Maj. James Sheehan, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Maj. James Sheehan, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Maj. Sarah Thompson, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Maj. Sarah Thompson, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Weaver, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Command Sergeant Major crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Weaver, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Command Sergeant Major crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
1st Lt. Brianne Hanley from 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Weaver, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Command Sergeant Major crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Command Sgt. Maj. Jeffery Weaver, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Command Sergeant Major crosses a river with a one rope bridge during waterborne training on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

U.S. Army Jungle School Students prepare their ruck raft in order to conduct waterborne operations on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
U.S. Army Jungle School Students prepare their ruck raft in order to conduct waterborne operations on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Maj. Sarah Thompson, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Maj. Sarah Thompson, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Maj. James Sheehan, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Maj. James Sheehan, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division Public Affairs Officer conduct waterborne operations with a ruck raft on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

Cpt. Chiara Botello and Soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division conduct a road march at night after their waterborne operation on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
Cpt. Chiara Botello and Soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division conduct a road march at night after their waterborne operation on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the 25th Infantry Division attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

U.S. Army Jungle School Students conduct waterborne operation on a zodiac on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)
U.S. Army Jungle School Students conduct waterborne operation on a zodiac on day six of Jungle Operations Training Course (JOTC) at East Range, Hawaii on Mar. 27, 2021. Senior leaders and Soldiers across the U.S. Army attend JOTC in order to familiarize and certify themselves with jungle operation tactics, techniques, and procedures required to fight, win, and survive within any tropical jungle environment. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Lt. Angelo Mejia)

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