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America, May 7, 2024 - For all the events around the world so evident from your daily news, troops deployments and rotations are booming, and SOT continually follows and supplies them.

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“I don’t have a fear of heights. I do, however, have a fear of falling from heights.”
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Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. (July 1, 2024): Acrophobia, or simply a fear of heights, is a form of anxiety disorder that causes an irrational sense of doom when one encounters high places for some people. In this photo by Lance Corporal Ayden Cassano, Marine Corps Recruit Jhevon Smith descends a 47-foot rappel tower with a look of both terror and determination on his face.

While a certain amount of fear around heights can be expected, such as the uneasy feeling one gets standing on a bridge or looking down from a tall building. This is normal as most people experience a certain amount of anxiousness around heights. But people with acrophobia experience intense and unreasonable fear when they’re faced with heights, including everyday tasks such as climbing a flight of stairs, standing near a balcony, or parking a car in a multiple-floor parking garage. Sufferers experience rapid heartbeat, dizziness, shortness of breath and a queasy feeling when encountering high places to the extent they can be life limiting.

The military teaches recruits to overcome these fears, and in the bargain, they gain confidence in the equipment and training. That is why rappelling is taught in Basic Training to instill just such confidence.

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BODO, NORWAY, March 8, 2022 - II MEF presents secure expeditionary communication capability - U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jared Curtis (left), and Lance Cpl. Dylan Shawver, guard force sentries with 2d Marine Expeditionary Support Battalion, II Marine Expeditionary Force, pose with a portable handset enabled with PacStar Radio over Internet Protocol (RoIP) during Exercise Cold Response 2022, Bodo, Norway, March 9, 2022. PacStar RoIP is a critical communication capability which enables instantaneous and simultaneous two-way radio

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