Fall FTX, conducted at Camp Atterbury Maneuver Training Center (CAMTC), evaluates land navigation skill proficiency, introduces cadets to the Situational Training Exercise (STX) method of leader evaluation and training, and provides an opportunity for cadets to experience an obstacle course and the rappel tower.
Spring FTX, conducted at Camp Atterbury Maneuver Training Center, is the final proving ground for cadets bound for Warrior Forge at Fort Lewis, WA. Squad STX lanes are conducted and evaluated identical to what the cadet will experience at Warrior Forge. Basic Course Cadets complete a confidence course, an obstacle course, and a paintball battle day. Once again, land navigation skills are tested both day and night. Variable lanes are also included for each MS III. The Spring FTX is a joint training exercise between all Army ROTC programs operating in the State of Indiana.
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