CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE

Close Quarters Battle

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

This dynamic 5-day/40hr course of instruction has been designed to provide trainees with initial instuction in  close quarters battle and to instruct students in the individual, team and platoon level tactics, techniques and procedures and methodologies used by Naval Special Warfare tactical units. 


Training will include lectures and education on the application of dynamic CQB, safety policies, the priority of threat sequence, strongwall tactics, points of penetration, corner and center fed rooms, areas of responsibility and the employment of cross pan techniques. Room combat lessons and exercises are designed to improve individual skills and include door procedures, entry procedures, downed shooter procedures movement procedures and communication as two and four man elements. During this instruction, students will be trained in our proprietary Primary 10 CQB Room Combat Barricade Scenarios that form the fundamental framework of room combat tactics. 


Training will continue with team based tactics that have been developed to ehnace and refine Individual, Team, and Platoon Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs). Lessons will include hallway movement procedures that will allow assault teams to move tactically and securely along coridors, clearing Ls, Ts & 4-way procedures and clearing stairwells and last room procedures. During this block of instruction trainees will be introduced to interior stack, hold and flow directions, restrictions and control measures that establish team and platoon level SOP/s during clearance. 


Students will learn how to secure the stronghold during post assault procedures, establish and maintain marshalling areas, conduct hostage and suspect handling procedures, marking procedures, evacuation procedures and HUTO reports. 


During the final day of training, students will receive detailed lessons on team level emergency action and deliberate action assault planning, preparation and execution. Students will participate in force on force, reality based training evolutions using role players and non-lethal training ammunition that have been developed to evaluate the tactics and assess student performance. 

 
5 Days — $995
 

Prices vary for group and departmental bookings

 

Contact us for more details or to host this course:

* Dates are subject to change.
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PRE-REQUISITES:  

 

Full Time Law Enforcement Officers or Active Duty Military only.

 

note:

This course can be formatted through the use of live fire in ballistic shoot house facilities or using Reality Based Training, Role Players and Non Lethal Training Ammunition.


 learning objectives:

  • Understand types of CQB including Hostage Rescue
  • Understand actions at the door for both corner and center fed rooms 
  • Understand and primary 10 room combat barrier scenarios as two-man and four-man entries
  • Move tactically in hallways with point man and the number two man driving the train using bump calls
  • Utilize single and dual stack inside hallways, and ‘L’ and “T” intersections
  • Understand how to accomplishmoving through procedures and deconfliction
  • Understand stairwell movement and target flow
  • Conduct full team target clearances using force on paper and force on force with role players
  • Conduct post assault procedures, stronghold security and marshaling procedures

SUBJECTS COVERED:

 

  • Dynamic CQB Brief
  • Safety Requirements
  • Priorities of Threat
  • CQB Communication
  • Areas of Responsibility
  • Corner & Center Fed Rooms
  • Strong Wall Procedures
  • Points of Penetration
  • 2-Man, 4-Man & Team Level Tactics
  • Door Procedures
  • Entry Procedures
  • Movement Procedures
  • Single Room Combat
  • Multi Room Combat
  • Primary-10 CQB Room Combat Barricade Scenarios
  • Threat & Non-Threat Scenarios 
  • Downed Shooter Procedures

 

  • Hallway Procedures 
  • Open & Closed Doors
  • Opposing Doors
  • Control Measures
  • Interior Stack, Hold & Flow
  • Dynamic Flow Restrictions
  • De-confliction Procedures
  • Chem-light application
  • Lines of Communication
  • LImits of Exploitation
  • Stairwell Procedures
  • Secondary Clearances
  • Post Assault Procedures
  • Marshalling Procedures
  • IED Procedures & Evacuations
  • Hostage & Suspect Handling
  • Emergency & Deliberate Action Assaults

 

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
  • Assault Armor 
  • Ballistic eye wear
  • Hearing Protection
  • Shooting Gloves 
  • Combat uniform
  • Pistol with weapon light
  • Gun belt with Pistol Holster
  • Magazine carrier, pistol (enough for 2 magazines)

 

  • Duty Carbine with Combat optic, sling, weapon mounted light
  • Magazine carrier, rifle (enough for 3 magazines)
  • Magazines, rifle x 4
  • Magazines, pistol x 3
  • Chem-lights (red/green/blue)
  • Safety Equipment for Reality Based Training
  • Boots/suitable footwear
  • Note taking materials
  • Batteries for all equipment

 

AMMUNITION:

 

The following ammunition is required for live fire courses. 

Live Ammunition:

Carbine - 500 rounds 

Pistol -100 rounds 


Non-Lethal Training Ammunition:

Carbine - 300 rounds

Pistol - 100 rounds


The following ammunition is required for Sim/UTM courses.

Non-Lethal Training Ammunition

Carbine - 800 rounds 

Pistol -100 rounds

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