Natural disasters wreak havoc, manmade catastrophes strike terror, and chaos reigns. You’re forced to escape and evade with a ruck on your back, and those dearest to you by your side.
The question you have to ask yourself is, are you a hard target … or an easy one?
GORUCK Constellation is a scenario- driven event led by GORUCK’s Special Forces Cadre, all experts in urban survival. You and your small cell will move through a series of tasks and checkpoints–, the stars that form the constellations in the urban terrain.
You’ll learn how to prepare and plan for chaos and how to connect the dots of your city, on the move. The goal, of course, is to sharpen your mind into the greatest weapon you have.
Because the difference between a hard target and an easy target … is everything.
12+ Hours of Urban Survival Training
PACKING LIST BELOW
What to Bring:
A rucksack or backpack
2L minimum (hydration bladder recommended)
Photo ID and cab fare (just in case)
Headlamp with extra batteries
Ruck Bands on your ruck
Smartphone (external battery pack recommended)
(1) full 2L bottle (carbonated required, sugar free recommended)
(1) metal can (12 oz minimum size)
(1) roll Duct tape
2’ of cordage or rope (you will be taught and utilize one knot)
One free Tourist Map of your town. Do not pay for it.
9V Battery (does not have to be brand new)
Steel Wool — 1 packet (extra fine recommended)
Ziploc bag/trash bag (weather dependent) for waterproofing
(1) Dust mask
As a team, you will also need (1) selfie stick or a team member with Go Go Gadget arms.
Note on packing list: If you’re traveling from out of town or don’t own one of the required items, post a note on your Facebook Event page. GORUCK is a community, lend a hand if you’re local and have enough to spare.
Any items not brought must be foraged (or borrowed from other participants) during Constellation.
Belt (can be worn)
External battery pack for smart phone
Plastic grocery bags
Something to cut with (knife, multi-tool, etc)
(1) Nalgene bottle
(2) Contractor Bags
(4) Small Ziploc Bags
(1) Gallon size Ziploc bag (or map case)
You will be given a map of your area of operations at the start of the event. It will look a lot different at the end.
The hardest part is signing up.
Sign up now: bit.ly/2uRBBkT