Preparedness and Specialty Courses

While we think all our training is special, we offer some courses that are a hybrid of sorts.  
We offer active threat response courses, church security, tactical/defensive Pen, barrier problem solving, 'Combat' camps, Team tactics (spouse), enhanced concealed handgun, junior courses, vehicle techniques, low light, couples date nights, escape techniques, basic survival, etc.
Many companies have had us train their employees at their facilities!
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Unarmed Response to an Active Threat

The buzz words right now are active shooter.  However, we need to address the fact that some mass attacks are other weapon systems (knives, baseball bats, machete, etc).
Our unarmed response to an active threat is perfect for all experience types.  We have taught this course to individuals, church security, healthcare facilities, etc.
We cover the following material (Minimum)
Who are the first responders
Who are the threats
FBI and CDC statistics
Situational Awareness
Pre-incident indicators
Working as a team
Single person response to an active threat
G.L.O.C.K.
(Get out, Lock out, Observe, Communicate, Knock out)
Basic combatives
RCADD
Linking up with Law Enforcement
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Armed Response to an Active Threat

The buzz words right now are active shooter.  However, we need to address the fact that some mass attacks are other weapon systems (knives, baseball bats, machete, etc).
Our unarmed response to an active threat is perfect for all experience types.  We have taught this course to individuals, church security, healthcare facilities, etc.
We cover the following material (Minimum)
Who are the first responders
Who are the threats
FBI and CDC statistics
Situational Awareness
Pre-incident indicators
Working as a team
Single person response to an active threat
G.L.O.C.K.
(Get out, Lock out, Observe, Communicate, Knock out)
Basic combatives
RCADD
Basic Firearm Safety
Defensive use of a handgun
Interacting with Law Enforcement
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Church Security

We have teamed up with Duart Defense to offer a comprehensive program we call Operation Sanctuary Security.
We offer an 'intro' course that is a brief class that includes:
Basic Church Security
TAC/MED Emergency Medical
Defensive Handgun/Armed Response to an active threat
This class can be tailored for your church.  We have had churches break each topic into three separate classes.
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Tactical/Defensive Pen

Always have a self-defense tool with you!  This has become our most popular seminar for individuals that can not carry other defensive tools! 
 
Very easy to learn techniques that can be applied to multiple tools (anything that can fit in one hand).
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Barrier Problem Solving

Some of our favorite seminars! 

 

We have 3 of them:

 

Home: we set up stub walls (2'x2') and have students shoot various calibers and projectiles though them. We usually have 2 external walls then 3-4 interior walls and finally another exterior style constructed stub.  This is very educational and an eye opener for people.  I usually have an appliance the can shoot to show them that most things in Your home do not stop bullets.

 

Misc: this class follows the basic concept as the home but usually entails body armor (I have several police departments donate expired or defective vests).  This class usually has more law enforcement officers taking this class (they want to see if their vests would work with various calibers)

 

Vehicle:  by far the most popular!  We teach to shoot around the vehicle, under, and from the inside (very safe and controlled environment; goggles, n95 masks), and finally we shoot the vehicle from a safe distance and work our way up from a .22 (shooting each quarter panel 1 time and then inspecting each impact point). We drain all liquids prior and place the vehicle on a 60'x60' piece of landscaping felt to ensure all glass/debri is easily policed.

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Combat Camps

Our must attend event of the year is our 'combat camp'.  Its the 3rd full weekend in July every year!

 

We have a different focus, but will always have self-defense (Krav Maga), shooting, and other life saving topics (Medical, home security, disaster preparation, escape techniques, etc).

 

Here is a video from our 2014 Combat Camp:  

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We have so much fun with these!  Each class will have a slightly different theme.  However, they are always a blast!
Perfect for a date night!
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ESCAPE

Abduction.  While we want to think it only happens to children or people traveling abroad... it happens on our own soil daily.  Learn the skills it takes to be able to escape illegal restraints.
We have a subject matter expert helping in this area.  Mr. Gray is the best we have ever seen.  He has broken this division into four levels:
Level 1: Soft Restraints (zip ties, duct tape, rope, etc)
Level 2: Hard Restraints (Handcuffs, combination locks, and padlocks)
Level 3: Lock Picking
Level 4: Escape and evasion tactics
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TAC - Low/no light

Most critical incidents happen in no or low light.  
Our TAC LNL we will teach you how to use your handheld light, weapon mounted light, and if you have it... Night vision.
Don't just train to fight in direct sunlight... 

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