HOSTAGE RESCUE

Advanced CQB Course

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION 

 

This intensive 10-Day/80hr course has been developed to train and assess individuals in the tactics, techniques and procedures of advanced close quarters battle through the use of Reality Based Training, Role Players and Non Lethal Training Ammunition. 


The skills, knowledge and abilities delivered to students attending this course will provide them an overall comptency in CQB that will allow them to be able to integrate various tactics to enhance the potoential for mission success while greatly mitigating risk to the assault force. This course will include live fire advanced surgincal shooting evolutions that are designed to refine CQB shooting requirements for hostage rescue. It will provide opportunities for students to apply advanced CQB tactics and concepts during complex room combat scenarios, develop SOP's to apply to clearance procedures during CBRNE assaults, conduct basic barrier penetration using manual and ballistic methods of entry, develop SOP's to counter IED's during room combat, demonstrate leadership skills and apply sound intuative decision making during high-stress, close quarters combat force on force scenarios. 


All CQB programs are conducted at client-specified training facility utilizing our Mobile Training Team. Courses can be modified to meet training facility requirements and delivered in either live fire or non-live fire formats using SIM or UTM marking cartridges.

 
10 Days — $2300
 

Prices vary for group and departmental bookings

 

Contact us for more details or to host this course:

* Dates are subject to change.

PRE-REQUISITES:  

 

Full-time law enforcement officer or active duty military.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

 

  • Demonstrate safe weapons handling procedures duing CQBSuccessfully complete live fire validation (IAW RB1 CT requirements)
  • Display situational awareness as an assault team member
  • Demonstrate leadership within a tactical environment
  • Employ close quarters battle room combat techniques
  • Participate in live fire multi-room combat practice in a darkened environment as part of an assault team
  • Communicate effectively as part of an assault team
  • Assist in operational planning and intelligence gathering
  • Participate in room combat with simulated C/S Gas
  • Participate in on target Mashalling & hosage reception procedures
  • Apply search and control techniques during hostage & suspect handling
  • Employ principles of close quarters fighting
  • Employ barrier penetration techniques

 

SUBJECTS COVERED:

 

  • Advanced Close Quarters Battle Brief
  • Movement Procedures 
  • Primary 10 ACQB Room Combat Scenarios
  • Team Control Measures and Restrictions
  • Secondary Clearances
  • Security Requirements
  • Deliberate 'Combat Clearance’ 
  • Door & Entry Procedures for combat clearance 
  • Hallway Procedures & Barricaded Movement
  • Large Room Tactics
  • APR / Chemical Agent Integration

 

  • Improvised Explosive Devices
  • Method Of Entry
  • Internal Explosive Breaching SOPs
  • External Explosive Breaching SOPs
  • Internal Shotgun Breaching SOPs
  • Mechanical Breaching  
  • Close Quarters Fighting 
  • Night Vision & Laser Integration
  • Emergency Action Assaults
  • Deliberate Action Assaults
  • Culmination Training Exercise

 

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
  • Body Armor
  • Duty Carbine, Combat optic, sling, weapon light
  • APR protective mask, with filters
  • Ballistic eye wear
  • Gloves suitable for shooting and breaching
  • Combat uniform
  • Tactical duty belt
  • Pistol Holster
  • Magazine carrier, rifle (enough for 3 magazines)
  • Magazine carrier, pistol (enough for 2 magazines)
  • Magazines, rifle x 5
  • Magazines, pistol x 3

 

  • Issued Pistol with weapons mounted light
  • Hand held flashlight
  • Individual radio
  • Communications fit (headset)
  • Batteries for all equipment
  • Weapons cleaning kit
  • Water Bottle or equivalent
  • Boots or suitable footwear
  • Note taking materials (on the man at all times)
  • Inclement weather gear (seasonally appropriate)
  • Non-Lethal Training Weapons
  • Hearing Protection

 

AMMUNITION:

 

For live fire courses

Carbine - 500 rounds

Pistol - 100 rounds

Ammunition type should be consistent with shoot house restrictions


For Sim / UTM only courses

Carbine Non-Lethal Training Ammunition – 300 rounds

Pistol Non-Lethal Training Ammunition - 100 rounds

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