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Craftsman : Craftsman 2012
RAEME CRAFTSMAN 2012 be able to conduct assigned tasks in arduous conditions, remote locations, and in isolated and hostile settings. Importantly, Tradesmen are expected to develop and maintain a range of extended skill sets beyond those typically expected when employed outside SOCOMD. Due to the Squadron's small size, each individual needs to be capable of filling any position within their support team. As such, the Squadron is responsible for training its people in all aspects of Logistics support in order to ensure it can maintain its support to SOCOMD. SOLS members also are required to understand the responsibilities of each of their peers so that they can assume their role, to a certain degree, if required. SOLS aims to employ volunteers who are selected for their trade competency and their ability to live a culture that supports exceptional performance. Although a relatively new organisation, SOLS is proud of its short history; has high calibre people and is continually striving to provide the most effective and innovative logistic support to its dependent units and SOCOMD. As a result of the SO RFC's capability, innovation and initiative SOCOMD soldiers now have the opportunity to directly create and modify equipment tailored to suit their specific operational requirement. SOLS Tradesman are able to extend the boundaries of their professional expertise, in a controlled environment, and express their ingenuity in an environment unlike any other within the Army. These same Tradesmen will take this knowledge, experience and professional application into future postings within Forces Command where they can apply their enhanced skill-set to pave the way for a stronger Army RAEME capability. 29