This 2-Day/24hr course of instruction has. been designed to teach trainees the initial set up and tactical application of organic night fighting equipment including image intensified night vision goggles and IR aiming lasers and illuminators.
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 zeriong 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 propper weapons set up.
Practical live fire will include, zeroing procedures of combat optics and IR visible lasers and illuminators as well as in modern combat shooting techniques and procedures at ranges between 5-200 yards. Trainees will receive lessons in close quarters combat shooting and shooting at intermediate ranges by day and night while using night fighting equipment. Trainees will be taught engagement methods to dynamically acquire and engage targets using various firing positions including standing, kneeling and prone. Trainees will be taught immediate action drills and stoppage clearances as well as barricaded shooting and shoulder transitions. Close quarters shooting will include, ready positions, scanning and assessing, rifle to pistol trainsitions, recovery drills, combat and tactical reloads, static power turns, recoil mangement and sight management. Terminal learning objectives will include dynamic shooting assessments at intermediate ranges and static engagements at close quarters where trainees will be assessed on their speed and accuracy.
Trainees will participate in training evolutions that will develop situational awareness, enhance survivability and increase officer safety while employing night fighting equipment.
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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