THREE Day Gunfighter Course
This course develops the gunfighter mentality and skill set needed for integrating both primary and secondary weapons systems in preparation for the tactical urban gunfight. The student will exercise these skills in a variety of stressful shooting situations from daylight to nighttime shooting. The student will quickly gain experience, confidence and increase skill to the expert level with the handgun and carbine. He will master weapons handling skills and safety IN A COMBAT SCENARIO replicated learning environment
Weapons assembly/disassembly and maintenance
Fundamentals of Combat Marksmanship (CMMS)
Immediate action for malfunctions
Tactical and Speed reloads
Integrated weapon transition
Trigger manipulation drills
Recoil management drills
Slow aimed fire
Rapid aimed fire
Single target engagement
Multiple target engagement
Use of cover and concealment
Shooting and moving/shooting while moving
Usual individual tactical gear to include holster and ammo pouches
Unit required personal protective equipment
Unit required uniform
Expert understanding of fundamentals of CMMS
Expert weapons integration and handling skills
Raidon Tactics Inc.
will provide 15ea. Glock 19 9mm handguns and AR-15 rifles with tactical rail and holsters.
will provide all needed ammunition to conduct training.
will provide emergency medical bags and personnel for training coverage.
Training will take place at 1333 Loop Rd, Bunnlevel NC 28323, approx 13.5 miles north of Ft. Bragg at the 37 PSR Gun Club training Facility.
Upon completion of this course of training the students that successfully pass will receive the following certifications valid for promotion points as required by the CCR.
1. NRA Basic Pistol Course (14 hours)
2. NRA Basic Rifle Course (14 Hours)
3. NRA Law Enforcement Tactical Handgun Course (40 hours)
4. NC CCW Certification (8 hours)
5. Raidon Tactics 5 day Gunfighter Course (40 hours)
1/2/3 Day Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course
TCCC is quickly becoming the standard of care for the tactical management of combat casualties within the Department of Defense and is the sole standard of care dually endorsed by both the American College of Surgeons and the National Association of EMT’s for casualty management in tactical environments.
TCCC is built around three definitive phases of casualty care:
Care Under Fire:
Care rendered at the scene of the injury while both the medic and the casualty are under hostile fire. Available medical equipment is limited to that carried by each operator and the medic.
Tactical Field Care:
Rendered once the casualty is no longer under hostile fire. Medical equipment is still limited to that carried into the field by mission personnel. Time prior to evacuation may range from a few minutes to many hours.
Tactical Evacuation Care (TACEVAC): Rendered while the casualty is evacuated to a higher echelon of care. Any additional personnel and medical equipment pre-staged in these assets will be available during this phase.
This course covers the Care under fire and Tactical Field care phases for individuals that are isolated or in small groups away from medical assistance, using small bags that have minimal equipment. The individual will learn these techniques in a classroom setting and then apply the techniques in a field setting on moulage patients UNDER SIMULATED LIVE FIRE CONDITIONS using airsoft rifles. The student will learn each piece of medical gear in his IFAK bag and will build one for his own use in the real world when he leaves.
Day one is an introduction to combat first-aid and teaches the student basic lifesaving measures using minimal resources. The course explains the injuries and treatment of those found in the real world and explores the techniques used for treating one self and others in an austere or emergency situation until competent medical personnel arrive on scene. Day one includes a scenario driven training session that allows the student to put into practice the skills learned that day.
Day two is a continuation of the basics needed to save lives. It reinforces the skills learned by putting the student into more realistic moulage scenarios in austere environments and teaches more critical thinking about treatments and movement of patients.
Day three is an all-out tactical scenario that uses moulage pts. and places the student in a small team scenario with movement of patients and the problem of dealing with the tactical scenario at hand. The three day course incorporates low light training and scenarios and is comparable to DOD training courses for Green Beret Medics and SEAL corpsman.