You will be taught the following, and more, during our 12 hour, performance oriented tactical movement class: -Basic individual movement, or “how to get where you need to be when danger is high”. -Principles of group tactical movement. -Simple, standard hand signals and concepts of “challenge and password” for security. -Basic camouflage techniques using natural or textile materials to augment clothing and equipment. -Concepts and characteristics of a proper security perimeter while moving or stationary. -Balancing security and rest/food/maintenance plans for optimum health and effectiveness. -Identifying “Danger Areas” while on the move and the best ways to cross or bypass them. -Proper orientation and use of firearms in high threat movement situations. -The correct way to select, occupy and defend a security perimeter for use during rest, equipment maintenance further planning activities. -Maintaining firearms safety in high threat conditions.
Date and time: New date coming soon!! 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Location: Ball Ground, GA 30107 (email email@example.com for course address and directions or call 404-384-6766)
What to wear: Loose, comfortable clothing suitable for hiking. Long pants, long sleeves and hiking boots, or military style boots are preferable. A comfortable hat with a bill or full brim is recommended too. BDU/ACU type military clothing is not required but is fine to wear if you have it . Comfortable clothing suitable for use in a wooded environment is a must for this training.
What to bring: A daypack or “bugout” bag (as a minimum) with 4 quarts of water, a packed lunch requiring minimal prep and consumption time, rain gear, sunscreen, personal hygiene products (if needed), notebook, pens & pencils, plastic storage bags of various size to protect notes and electronic devices, etc. Optional-Firearms. Any firearms brought to training are to be unloaded. Firearms will be cleared and inspected by training staff prior to and during training to ensure the safety of all during the training day. If you plan to bring a firearm, a long gun is preferable for training. If you intend to bring a firearm, please notify me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than one week prior to training.