This 2-Day/24hr course of instruction has. been designed to instruct trainees in the initial set up and tactical application of image intensified night vision goggles, infrared aiming lasers and illuminators specific to combat shooting.
During this course of instruction, trainees will receive a combination of classroom lecture and practical hands on training that will include the correct function, set up and tactical application of their night fighting equipment. Classroom lectures will encompass laser safety and zeroing procedures while practical equipment lessons will include the correct operation and fitting of night vision goggles, infrared aiming lasers and illuminators, helmet adjustments and mounting for tactical shooting as well as proper weapons set up.
Initial practical live fire training will include a block of instruction on modern methods of zeroing combat optics and laser aiming modules. Once lasers and optics are zeroed students will receive training in the Redback One: Combat Shooting System (CSS) which will provide students with a comprehensive and systematic approach to weapons handling techniques and procedures by day and night while using night vision equipment.
On training day/night one students will be instructed in techniques to successfully engage targets at intermediate distances of 25-200yards. Training will include positive threat identification training, active and passive targeting, static positional shooting, dynamic movement, combat reloads, stoppage identification and clearances and barricaded shooting. Day/Night one will conclude with students participating in the RB1-NVO-L1-CSA terminal learning objective which is a dynamic shooting assessment designed to assess students in competencies learnt throughout the day/night.
Training day/night two will commence with the Redback One: Close Quarters Shooting System which applies previous learning combined with new learning for engaging threats at close quarters. Students will be instructed in ready positions, scanning and assessing, rifle to pistol transitions, recovery drills, combat and tactical reloading, turning procedures, recoil management, sight management, trigger management, multiple targets and target transitions. Students will be assessed throughout the day and night on their ability to engage the target quickly and accurately while utilizing the correct weapons handling procedures. Day/Night two will conclude with students participating in the RB1-NVO-L1-CQSA terminal learning objective which is a close-range shooting assessment that is designed to assess students in competencies learnt throughout the day/night in close quarters shooting.
Full time law enforcement or active duty military.
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.
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