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Employees' Guide to Security Responsibilities

SERE-B Training

I have tried to put together some common answers for common questions this shop is continuing to receive. 
I have done my best to put together the following information below.  I searched our Network and used Google to find most of this.  I believe it to be up-to-date and accurate.
HOWEVER, I am no longer a full time SOLDIER/CIVILIAN here at CACOM.  The NEW CACOM Security Manager/AGR is the Subject Matter Expert (SMO) for all information discussed in this email.
I recommend you contact Him/Her if you have any other questions. 
The Number to the G2 Office is (XXX) XXX-XXXX (sorry that's FOUO).

This is the information I tracked down on SERE-B Training.
SERE-B has been combined with SERE 100 training.
All personnel entering USSOUTHCOM, USPACOM, USCENTCOM, USEUCOM and USAFRICOM geographic combatant commands are required to complete SERE 100 Code of Conduct training to meet established Theater entry requirements. This course is preferably accomplished through Joint Knowledge Online (JKO), which is the established method to record joint course completion. Other servers throughout the DoD may provide access to SERE 100, but have no consolidating electronic data-basing capability of completed courses as does JKO. Individuals who have completed level B SERE training (8-hour VHS or DVD presentation) or level C SERE training (Service SERE schools) at any point in their career need not complete SERE 100 considering that proof of training exists.

Follow these STEPS BELOW.  PLEASE NOTE, SERE 100 training is
Course: J3T A-US022
Course Name: SERE 100 Code of Conduct Training Course
Description: This course provides knowledge on how to use the code of conduct should isolation occur and how to return honorably to friendly forces. It explains the various types of captivity and the actions captors use to exploit captives. Also, the course describes the psychological aspects of captivity and captivity resolution.  This course is FOUO.

 

Step 1: Go to http://jko.jfcom.mil/
Step 2: Select Click here to enter JKO
Step 3: Select Register for AKO
Step 4: Create Sponsored Account
Step 5: Register for an AKO account – enter “joint.training” for Army Sponsor text box
Note: You will receive 2 email notifications- first indicating sponsor approval of the account and second indicating AKO/DKO approval. Account will become active with notification of AKO/DKO approval. Once your account is setup go to http://jko.jfcom.mil and select Click here to enter JKO.
Note: Contact the help desk at JKOHelpDesk@jfcom.mil or 757-203-5654/DSN 668-5654 if you have not received an account notification in 24hrs.
Step 6: Select Take Courses once logged into JKO
Step 7: Select View List of Courses You Can Take
Step 7: Scroll down and place a check in the box to the left of SERE 100; scroll further down and select Enroll at the bottom of the page
Note: Popup blocker should be disabled to avoid complications
Step 8: Select View Course (refresh the page if first attempt fails)
Step 9: Launch the course
Step 10: Select Start in upper left corner of page
Note: Successful completion of SERE 100 will be logged in the JKO database if future proof of completion is required. Contact the Help Desk with the aforementioned contact information

 

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