Posted 08 May 2012 - 02:49 PM
The Skjaldborg, 3rd Svinfylking
1st Company Recon, Leading the way!!
The Valhalla Express, We get you there faster.
We are not lost, we are scouting. You can not see us, for we walk another path.
Have faith brothers, we will show you the way.
Realizing it is my choice and my choice alone , I accept all challenges involved
with this profession. Forever shall I strive to maintain the tremendous
reputation of those who went before me.
Exceeding beyond the limitations set down by others shall be my goal.
Sacrificing personal comforts and dedicating myself to the completion of the
reconnaissance mission shall be my life. Physical fitness, mental attitude, and
Honor—The title of Recon Scout is my honor.
Conquering all obstacles, both large and small, I shall never quit. To quit, to
surrender, to give up is to fail. To be a Recon Scout is to surpass failure; To
overcome, to adapt and to do whatever it takes to complete the mission.
On the battlefield, as in all areas of life, I shall stand tall above the
competition. Through professional pride, integrity, and teamwork, I shall be the
example for all Scouts to emulate.
Never shall I forget the principles I accepted to become a Recon Scout. Honor,
Perseverance, and Duty. A Recon Scout can speak without saying a word and
achieve what others can only imagine.
No line we can not cross
No wall we can not surpass
No force we can not overcome
Activities that may be required
Reconnaissance is the military term for exploring beyond the area occupied by
friendly forces to gain information about enemy forces or features of the
Area reconnaissance refers to the observation, and information obtained, about a
specified location and the area around it.
Zone reconnaissance focuses on obtaining detailed information before maneuvering
their forces through particular, designated locations.
Route reconnaissance is oriented on a given route: e.g. a road, a railway, a
waterway; a narrow axis or a general direction of attack, to provide information
on route conditions or activities along the route.
Direct action (DA) consists of: "Short-duration strikes and other small-scale
offensive actions conducted as a special operation in hostile areas and which
employ specialized military capabilities to seize, destroy, capture, exploit,
recover, or damage designated targets.
Alone we are dangerous, together nothing can stop us.
Would you like to know more? Contact Lt. Bronsk for further information