ANTI TERRORISM FOR HIGH RISK ZONES

While working overseas, especially in the Middle East, Bosnia, Africa and Latin America, it is not always wise to solely rely on outsourced security for safety and protection against terrorism.

This course is fast paced with long hours, up to 10-12 hour days, for 5 days.

Primary learning modules: The course is broken down into SEVEN main modules:

 

  1. Escape from Captivity
  2. Tactical Medicine
  3. Tactical Shooting
  4. Countering Ambushes
  5. Defensive Tactics
  6. Suicide Bombers, Car Bombs, IED’s and Alarms
  7. Israeli Close Quarter Combat (CQB)

We have designed this course for contractors who want to put their safety in their own hands.

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1. Escape from Captivity
  • Releasing from being tied by a rope, duct tape, wire and/or handcuffs
  • Learning to deal with emotional/psychological abuse
  • Surviving beheading attempts & execution attempts by firearms
  • Surviving drowning attempts & execution attempts by edged weapons
  • Stealth Tactics
  • Deceptive approach while escaping
  • Working in completely dark environments
  • Sabotage techniques in order to prevent enemy pursuit
  • Correct movement around motion sensors
  • Counter car-jacking & commandeering a vehicle while escaping
  • Starting a vehicle without a key
  • Physical attack while seated in a vehicle
  • Management of team hostages in order to escape successfully
  • Taking down enemy guards
  • Booby trapping an area for deception while escaping
  • Recognizing various types of explosives and devices
  • Manipulating electricity and other technologies against captors
  • Deceptive views of enemy transportation infrastructure
  • Escaping tactics in severe situations when convoy has been destroyed by the enemy
  • Deceptive communication techniques with other hostages
  • Fighting effectively after being partially immobilized or wounded
2. Tactical Medicine
  • Tactical Medicine in a combat environment
  • Care under the most life-threatening conditions
  • Priorities of administering first aid under fire
  • HCAPER – Trauma Casualty assessment, body search
  • Basic and Intermediate airway management
  • Open and Closed chest wounds and decompression
  • TENSION PNEUMOTHORAX
  • Hemorrhage management including tourniquet use
  • Patient Assessment: Triage, Primary and Secondary Surveys
  • The realities of setting up an efficient triage system
  • Basic and Intermediate Airway Management
  • Hemorrhage/Bleeding Management–Tourniquets/Hemostatic Agents
  • Basic Life Support: Artificial Respiration & CPR
  • Cervical Spine Injuries and Immobilization
  • Musculo-skeletal Injuries and Splinting
  • Emergency Wound Care and Infection Management
  • Environmental Emergencies (heat, cold, drowning)
  • Burns and Blast Injuries
  • The differences between law enforcement and military field care
  • Best methods for transporting your gear while on the scene
  • Right equipment and supplies for a tactical medical kit
  • Medical kit development – Equipment for combat
  • Patient extrication/movement
  • Tactical vs non tactical decisions & Medical-Legal Issues
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3. Tactical Shooting
  • Tactical Israeli Point Shooting
  • Basic & advanced pistol and rifle operations
  • Sight Picture / Sight Alignment
  • Simulative, instinctive and reactive shooting
  • Procedures for drawing weapons
  • Magazines changes
  • One hand magazine changes
  • Shooting while kneeling
  • Shooting from the prone position
  • Shooting while failing back (surprise exercises)
  • Shooting at moving targets (side, front, diagonal)
  • Shooting while injured and disoriented
  • Shooting while in motion (running, walking)
  • Shooting from and around cover
  • Using cover while shooting:  left, right, above, below
  • Shooting from a moving vehicle (static and dynamic)
  • Quick recovery from weapon jams (Immediate action drills)
  • Weapons transition (pistol to rifle)
  • Procedures for tactically exiting a vehicle
  • Dynamic movement forward and backwards (bounding)
  • High to low and back to high position shooting (elevators)
  • Dynamic drills using handguns and assault rifle
  • High emotional and mental pressure and tension exercises
  • Basic weapons disarmament including handguns and assault rifles
4. Countering Ambushes
  • Sharp shooting tactics to eliminate an ambush within 10 seconds
  • Enemy sniper detection and elimination
  • Counter Assault Team Drills
  • Ambushes & Counter/ Anti-ambush tactics
  • Location attacks
  • Surviving the kill zone
  • Assisting a team under stress
  • Surviving mob attack
  • Controlling multiple individuals
  • Techniques for taking down insurgents after the motorcade has been immobilized
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5. Defensive Tactics
  • Tactical thinking, weapons retention and disarmament
  • Weapons disarmament including handgun and assault rifles
  • Fighting in a professional and devastating way to an aggressor
  • Understanding pressure points and the weak points in the human body
  • Countering joint locks, grabs, punches, kicks and choking
  • Ground fighting and countering Brazilian Jui Jit Su
  • “Trick” fighting tactics and also how to counter them
  • Correct timing in a street confrontation
  • Surviving attacks from Multiple attackers
  • Countering attacks with broken bottles, chains, batons, tire iron, etc.
  • Dealing with attacks involving axes, ropes for strangulation, etc.
  • Surviving in a vehicle surrounded by 3 to 4 armed hostile captors
  • Physical attack while you are seated in your vehicle
  • Fighting effectively after being partially immobilized or wounded
  • Handling expert and severe brutal knife attacks from multiple attackers
  • Knife throwing techniques
  • Disarming an assailant with a knife or sharp object
  • Physical & mental conditioning
  • Developing speed, coordination, stamina, strength, and flexibility
6. Suicide Bombers, Car Bombs, IED's and Alarms
  • IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) constructing and recognizing
  • Understanding the mechanisms of the suicide bomber’s device
  • Various methods of scanning a vehicle for booby trap explosives
  • Detecting booby traps on the roadways
  • Use of dogs and other animals as explosive delivery tools
  • Recognizing booby traps against police or military
  • Explosives & Letter bombs basics
  • Terrorist use of unconventional explosives
  • Israeli method of tripwire detection
  • Personnel searching techniques
  • Disabling enemy alarm systems
7. Israeli Close Quarter Combat (CQB)
  • Introduction to room clearing techniques
  • Tactical Israeli Point Shooting
  • Basic & Advanced CQB
  • Basics of stealth and dynamic entries
  • Clearing in limited visibility
  • Tactical planning, tactics and situational awareness
  • Single level building techniques
  • Individual to 12-man team deployment during entries
  • Evacuation procedures:  hostages and casualties
  • Hi-tech use and deployment for hostage rescue or raids
  • Evacuation procedures:  hostages and casualties
  • Rapid evacuation of hostages
  • Correct handling of enemy bodies
  • Dealing with booby traps in the building
  • Tripwire, step line devices detection
  • Tactical use of flashlight and laser in buildings
  • Silent communications – overt/convert approach
  • Tactical handcuffing techniques
  • Stealth tactics and camouflage
  • Method of dealing with hostile dogs
  • Distraction techniques
  • Teamwork with limited communication

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