This intensive 10-Day/80hr course of instruction has been developed to train specialty law enforcement tactical teams in advanced tactics, techniques and procedures and associated skills to conduct domestic counter terrorist operations.
This course will cover the integration and application of advanced specialist capabilities and equipment used during complex structural assaults and barricaded hostage rescue operations.
Students attending this course will be trained in methods to conduct multi-team, multi-level assaults using leading edge tactics, techniques and procedures in hostage rescue and deliberate combat clearance CQB. Training will include the application and integration of night vision goggles and infrared lasers during hostage rescue and the integration of advanced breaching techniques including explosive methods of entry and shotgun breaching. Students will be trained in advanced procedures to deploy noise, flash diversionary devices in order to gain a tactical advantage before entering the room. Students will learn how to employ assault ladders to conduct elevated entries. This course will integrate the deployment of chemical agents in order to deny, disrupt and shape the stronghold during emergency and deliberate action assaults. Students will learn how to identify, mark and respond to IED threats detected during an assault as well as the tactics, techniques and procedures to conduct hostage rescue missions in a CBRN environment.
This course will provide opportunities to refine leadership skills and apply sound intuitive decision making during high-stress, close quarters combat, force-on-force, reality-based training scenarios.
Our CQB, Hostage Rescue and Counter Terrorist Operator programs can be conducted at client-specified training facilities utilizing our Mobile Training Teams or held at our Law Enforcement training facilities located in Virginia.
Course curriculum can be customized to meet training facility requirements and equipment limitations and delivered using either live-fire ammunition for skills training and non-lethal training ammunition for force on force reality based training or using non-lethal training ammuniton for the duration of the course.
All students must be qualified SWAT team members and team must have explosive entry capabilities.
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.
The following ammunition is required for live fire courses
Carbine - 500 rounds (live)
Pistol - 100 rounds (live)
Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA):
Carbine NLTA: 500 rounds
Pistol NLTA: 100 rounds
The following ammunition is required for For Sim / UTM only courses
Non-Lethal Training Ammunition:
Carbine NLTA – 1000 rounds
Pistol NLTA - 100 rounds
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