CLOSE QUARTERS BATTLE

Close Quarters Battle

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

This dynamic 5-day/40hr course of instruction has been developed to provide trainees with the core elements of competency to conduct platoon/troop level, dynamic structural close quarters battle through the use of Reality Based Training, Role Players and Non Lethal Training Ammunition. 


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. Practical lessons and exercises will include door procedures, entry procedures, movement procedures and communication as two and four man elements. During this instruction, trainees will be exposed to our proprietary Primary 10 CQB Room Combat Scenarios that form the fundamental framework of room combat tactics. 


Further lessons will include hallway movement procedures that will allow assault teams to move tactically and securely along coridors, negotiate intersections and clear stairwells. During this block of instruction trainees will be introduced to flow restrictions and control measures that establish platoon/troop level contraints and restraints during clearance. 


Training on the final day will be dedicated to emergency and deliberate action assaults where trainees will receive detailed lessons on EA and DA assault preparation and planning, assault phases, multi-point assaults, security requirements and post assault procedures and associated tactics that will provide the team with a tactical advantage.

 
5 Days — $995
 

Prices vary for group and departmental bookings

 

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* Dates are subject to change.

PRE-REQUISITES:  

 

Full Time Law Enforcement Officers or Active Duty Military only.

 

TRAINING OBJECTIVES

 

  • Understand and demonstrate safety requirements for CQB
  • Understand and demonstrate the application of priority of threat
  • Understand room types and geometry
  • Understand cross pan and sectoring tactics
  • Understand door types and operation
  • Perform door procedures as a two and four man element
  • Demonstrate safe weapons handling procedures when entering a room
  • Understand and demonstrate points of penetration
  • Understand and demonstrate sweeps patterns
  • Understand and demonstrate strong wall entry procedures
  • Demonstrate correct body language for CQB
  • Understand and demonstrate movement procedures for room combat
  • Understand and demonstrate room clearing techniques for Primary-10 CQB Room Combat Scenarios
  • Understand and demonstrate hallway clearance procedures as part of an assault team
  • Understand and employ techniques to clear stairwells and intersections
  • Understand and apply CQB flow restraints and constraints
  • Understand and apply audibles applicable to hallway movement
  • Understand and employ deconfliction measures
  • Demonstrate techniques to manage and mitigate active shooters
  • Understand and apply limits of expoitation during multi team assault training
  • Understand and employ secondary clearance procedures
  • Understand and employ security within the stronghold
  • Understand and employ marshalling procedures
  • Understand and employ emergency evacuation procedures
  • Understand and employ control and restraint techniques

 

SUBJECTS COVERED:

 

  • Dynamic CQB Brief
  • Safety Requirements
  • Priorities of Threat
  • CQB Audibles
  • Areas of Responsibility
  • Corner & Center Fed Rooms
  • Strong Wall Procedures
  • Points of Penetration
  • 2-Man & 4-Man Elements
  • Door Procedures
  • Entry Procedures
  • Movement Procedures
  • Single Room Combat
  • Multi Room Combat
  • Primary-10 CQB Room Combat Scenarios
  • Shoot & No Shoot Scenarios
  • Hallway Procedures

 

  • Open & Closed Doors
  • Opposing Doors
  • Control Measures
  • Flow Restrictions
  • De-confliction Procedures
  • Chem-light application
  • Lines of Communication
  • LImits of Exploitation
  • Stairwell Procedures
  • Secondary Clearances
  • Post Assault Security
  • Marshalling Procedures
  • Encountering IED's
  • Searching and controlling suspects
  • Emergency Action Assaults
  • Deliberate Action Assaulte

 

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:

 

Non Lethal Training Ammunition

Carbine - 500 rounds

Pistol -100 rounds

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