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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 4 days.

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


  1. Tactical Shooting
  2. Advanced Combatives
  3. Weapons Disarmament
  4. Escaping from Captivity
  5. Counter Ambush Tactics
  6. IED’s
  7. Tactical Medicine

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

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1. Tactical Shooting
  • Tactical Israeli Point Shooting
  • Dynamic drills using handguns and assault rifle (M4, AK-47)
  • Engaging various targets
  • Shooting from a moving vehicle  (static and dynamic)
  • Shooting in densely populated areas
  • Shoot/don’t shoot drills and exercises
  • Using cover while shooting:  left, right, above, below
  • Simulative instinctive shooting
  • Procedures for drawing weapons
  • Quick recovery from weapon jams (Israeli method)
  • Shooting while injured and disoriented
  • High emotional and mental pressure and tension exercises
  • Tactically moving within a crowd
  • Tactical use of a flashlight
  • Live fire through vehicle windows
  • Procedures for tactically exiting a vehicle
  • Shooting while in motion (running, walking)
  • Shooting through vehicle windshield
  • Force on force shooting exercises
  • Shooting while falling back
  • One hand magazine change
  • Live fire exercises on a vehicle using various firearm calibers (observing the proper area of the vehicle to take cover from shots)
2. Advanced Combatives
Krav Haganah, a special defensive tactics method developed by CRI, instructs how to effectively deal with severe crime and terrorist attacks in the field of hand-to-hand combat.

  • Disarming an assailant with a knife or other sharp object
  • Fighting in a professional and devastating way to an aggressor
  • Countering grabs, punches, kicks and choking
  • Multiple attackers
  • Ground fighting
  • Weapons retention
  • Countering attacks with broken bottles, chains, batons, acid, zapper, tire iron, etc.
  • Correct timing in a street confrontation
  • “Trick” fighting tactics and also how to counter them
  • Physical attack while you are seated in your vehicle
  • Functioning under extreme stress
  • Hand to hand fighting
  • Basic CQB (Urban Warfare)
  • Force on force exercises
  • Dealing with attacks involving axes, ropes for strangulation, etc.
  • Fighting effectively after being partially immobilized or wounded
  • Defense against retractable batons
  • Developing speed and coordination
  • Tactical thinking
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3. Weapons Disarmament
Handgun and assault rifle disarmament

  • Front
  • Back
  • Side (left, right)
  • Waist level
  • Diagonal
  • While kneeling, lying
  • While handcuffed, all directions
  • Disarming from a distance (3 to 7 feet)
  • Quick disarming and shooting multiple targets
  • Two shooter disarmament
4. Escaping from Captivity
  • Surviving execution and beheading attempts
  • Improvising/creating weapons
  • Behavior while being held hostage
  • Using deception against the enemy
  • Fighting while injured
  • Driving while handcuffed behind the back
  • Releasing from being tied by a rope, duct tape, wire and handcuffs
  • Escaping from captivity
  • Knife throwing (aiming, short, long distance, time pressure)
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5. Counter Ambush Tactics
  • Tactical evacuation under ambush
  • Individual rapid response to an ambush
  • Team rapid response to and ambush
  • Assisting a friendly team under ambush
  • Deceptive counter ambush tactics
  • Special techniques developed by CRI to eliminate attacking insurgents within 10 seconds
6. IED's
  • Explosives and letter bombs
  • Counter measures for explosives
  • IED (Improvised Explosive Devices) recognition Terrorist methods of operation using explosives
  • Scanning a building for booby traps
  • Hands on building of simulated IED’s (for academic proposes)
7. 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

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