CLOSE QUARTER BATTLE

CBRN CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 
This 5-Day/50hr course provides students with advanced training in the integration of CBRN SOPs and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) with the tactics, techniques and procedures of deliberate close quarters battle. By the end of this course, students will be able to apply clearance techniques to enhance operator survivability and mitigate risk to the assault element when conducting close quarters battle operations in CBRN environments.

During this course, we will teach students how to set up PPE for assault operations and understand what each assaulter must carry and where to carry it. This course will provide opportunities to develop SOPs for carrying emergency canisters, atropine auto injectors, Reactive Skin Decontamination Lotion (RSDL), and carriage and employment of the Compact Emergency Escape Hood.

Students will learn how to don CBRN assault equipment, conduct individual equipment checks and how to use the buddy system to suit up prior to conducting an assault. We will teach team leaders how to conduct team leader checks to ensure all personnel are ready for an assault.

Training will include SOPs to cover various contingencies that may arise when conducting enter and clear operations in contaminated environments. Instruction will include actions on procedures for encountering Chemical Warfare Agents and blood agents, when and how to conduct an emergency canister change, consolidation drills and what to do if you discover a tear or hole in your barrier suit or hole in your PAPR hose during clearance, and what to do when encountering hostages or unknowns.

At the command level, training will include procedures to monitor the assault force and establish assault duration and time on target when clearing in contaminated environments.

Students will receive training in current tactics and CBRN SOPs of deliberate clearance, enabling assault teams to maximize distance and angles, increase survivability and mitigate undue risk during clearance. We will educate students in deliberate clearance SOPs, CQB safety, priority of threeat, door and room types, points of penetration, and C2 verbiage. We will teach students how to set up at the door, conduct single and dual side pans of the doorway, mitigate the fatal funnel, move to entry positions within the room, neutralize threats, communicate and conduct movement procedures to clear dead spaces. Trainees will learn to employ barricaded flow techniques to clear hallways, intersections and stairwells. Students will employ night vision goggles and infrared aiming lasers throughout this course of instruction.

This course includes reality-based training scenarios and live target engagements using non-lethal training ammunition. The scenarios reinforce teaching points, enable trainees to employ Rules Of Engagement/Use Of Force and validate the tactics.

We can conduct our CQB programs at client-specified training facilities using our mobile training teams or at suitable training facilities in Norfolk, Virginia.
 
5 Days
 

Military & Law Enforcement only, please contact us for current pricing.

 

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* Dates are subject to change.

PRE-REQUISITES:  

 
Active Duty Military
Law Enforcement (Basic or Advanced SWAT Qualified)
 

SUBJECTS COVERED:

 

  • Set up of CBRN Personal Protective Equipment for assault
  • Conducting individaul equipment checks
  • Buddy Checks & Team Leader Checks
  • SOPs for Emergency Canister Changes
  • SOPs for Atropine & RSDL
  • Carriage and use of the Compact Emergency Escape Hood
  • Contingencies when encountering chemical warfare agents
  • Contingencies when encountering blood agents
  • Contingencies for tears in the barrier suit
  • Contingencies for holes in PAPR hose
  • Consolidation Drills
  • What to do when encountering hostages or unknowns on target
  • Procedures to monitor the assault team during clearance in hot zones
  • Deliberate CQB Brief
  • CQB Safety SOP
  • Priority of Threat
  • Areas of Responsibility
  • C2 Communication
  • 2-Man & 4-Man Entries
  • Actions at the Door (Door Procedures)
 

  • Single & Dual side pans
  • Actions upon entering the room (Entry Procedures)
  • When and how to conduct hard leans & quick peeks
  • When and how to conduct High /Low procedures
  • How to conduct movement procedures in the room
  • Encountering weapon stoppages at the door or in the room
  • Procedures to conduct a tactical room call out
  • Single Room Combat Drills
  • Multi Room Combat Drills
  • Room problem solving and the Primary 10 room combat scenarios
  • Threat and non-threat scenarios
  • Hallway Procedures
  • Barricaded Movement
  • Small Team Movements
  • Core CQB rules
  • Flow Restrictions during clearance
  • De-confliction types and procedures
  • How to enter and clear stairwells
  • Full team Single-Point assaults
  • Post Assault Procedures & Marshalling
 

EQUIPMENT:

 

The following equipment list is considered to be the minimum standard for students to arrive with. Students may augment this list with other personal equipment as required.

 
  • Ballistic Helmet with NVG Mount
  • Body Armor
  • Ballistic eyewear
  • Hearing Protection
  • Shooting Gloves
  • Combat Uniform
  • Battle Belt
  • Pistol Holster
  • Magazines, rifle x 5
  • Magazines, pistol x 3
  • Boots /suitable footwear
  • M4 Carbine, Combat optic, Combat sling, Weapon Light (IR filter)
  • Laser Aiming Module (ATPIAL)
  • Issued Pistol with weapons mounted white light
  • Non-Lethal Training Weapons (Pistol & Carbine)
  • Weapons cleaning kit / NLTA pull through
  • Water Bottle or equivalent (CBRN attachment)
  • Note taking materials
  • Inclement weather gear (seasonally appropriate)
 

  • Air Purifying Respirator (Gas Mask)
  • Powered-Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR-blower pack)
  • Barrier Suit (Training)
  • Barrier Gloves
  • Spare CBRN Filter (Canister) with pouch
  • Disposable Nitrile Gloves (Quantity)
  • (2)x RSDL (Training)
  • (2)x Atropine Auto-Injectors (Training)
  • Riggers Tape Black (1x roll)
  • Electrical Tape Black (1x roll)
  • Spare batteries for PAPR
  • Night Vision Goggles
  • Chem-lights (green, blue, red)
  • Strobe Light (white/IR)
  • CBRN Enablers (JCAD, AQM, Drones) as issued
  • Tactical Radio with Comms fit
  • Zip Ties (Soft Cuffs)
  • Spare Batteries for all ancillary devices

 

AMMUNITION:

 
FOR LIVE FIRE COURSES

Live Ammunition
Carbine - 250 rounds
Pistol - 100 rounds
Non-Lethal Training Ammunition
Carbine - 250 rounds
Pistol 100 rounds

FOR NON-LETHAL TRAINING AMMUNITION COURSES

Non-Lethal Training Ammunition
Carbine – 500 rounds
Pistol - 100 rounds

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