SWAT 

COURSE PLAN

Course highlights 

Our program follows the Israeli defense lead hostage rescue & direct action tactics.

The Instructor of the course is Tomer Israeli a former officer (captain) in the Israeli defense forces (IDF) as a team leader in a long distance recon unit. In the beginning of his army career Tomer served as team member ("Yuval team" 92) in the Israeli delta force ( Sayeret Matkal - "the unit"). The Israeli delta force considered to be the no.1 Israeli army hostage rescue unit.

Course include live fire room clearing as two man/ three man/ squad and two squads.

The course utilize NVG (night vision goggles and illuminator) for total darkness room clearing, Mounted flash light for low light room clearing, night sneaking and camo and airborne operation with the "little bird" MD 300 Army helicopter. The helicopter operation add the 3D dimension to our operation by landing on roof top and attack the enemy from bottom and up.

In the course the students introduced from the ground up to the basics methods and tactics of room clearing team CQB. Unlike the prerequisite for this course stages TAC 1,2,3 (limited penetration individual warrior doctrine at the SWAT course we conducting the exercises using other type of tactics also known as dynamic entry that may or not using limited penetration to enter the room depends on the circumstances.

The course designed for beginners that moved through TAC 123 and now interested to open to more advance team level.

Schedule of the SWAT course for civilians and law enforcement 

DAY 0 gathering at the hotel from the airport 

DAY 1 pistol/rifle refreshment day - room clearing two man

07:00 am - Breakfast at the hotel

07:30 am - Driving together from the hotel or/and meet up at the training center.

08:00 am - Course overview & instructors introduction - class room (101).

08:15 am - Gear & firearms safety briefing & preparation - class room (101).

8:30 am - Dry training - pistol / rifle (secondary primary) - mags change / gun malfunction - room clearing as squad center fed, corner fed, movement

12:00 pm - lunch based on snacks & energy bars & fruits 

02:00 pm - Live fire room clearing as two man 

07:00 pm Dinner & free time 

8:00 pm Low light room clearing with mounted flash lights 

23:00 Free time and good night 

DAY 2 - Room clearing as three/four man (Squad) and NVG (Night vision)

07:00 am - Breakfast at the hotel

07:30 am - Driving together from the hotel or/and meet up at the training center.

08:00 am - Night sneaking - class room (101).

09:00 am - Patrol formation and sneaking set up before zero line 

12:00 pm - lunch based on snacks & energy bars & fruits 

02:00 pm - Live fire room clearing as squad

07:00 pm Dinner & free time 

08:00 pm Night vision (NVG) room clearing with mounted illuminators 

11:00 pm Free time and good night 

DAY 3 -  

07:00 am - Breakfast at the hotel

07:30 am - Driving together from the hotel or/and meet up at the training center.

08:00 am - High story complex building  - class room (101).

09:00 am - Dry training in the village to practice complex building capture

12:00 pm - lunch based on snacks & energy bars & fruits 

02:00 pm - Live fire room clearing as two squads - hostage rescue mission 

07:00 pm Dinner & free time 

08:00 pm Night vision (NVG) room clearing with mounted illuminators  & sneaking  to zero line 

11:00 pm Free time and good night 

DAY 4 - Room clearing as two squads together with little bird helicopter

07:00 am - Breakfast at the hotel

07:30 am - Driving together from the hotel or/and meet up at the training center.

08:00 am - Aircraft "little bird" safety briefing  

09:00 am - Landing squads on village roof top complex and attack 

12:00 pm - lunch based on snacks & energy bars & fruits 

02:00 pm - Landing next to shoot house and conducted live fire shoot house exercises direct from aircraft 

07:00 pm Dinner & free time 

08:00 pm Night vision (NVG) room clearing with mounted illuminators final hostage rescue exercise

08:00 pm - Diplomas & farewell 

Next day

05:00 am - Transportation to airport (RSW)

Logistics & payments (All inclusive)

Gun rentals & ammo

Although, we provide the firearms for the course this is highly recommended to use your own firearms. We provide the 9mm & 5.56 ammo only.

Payments

The course require pay of deposit no later then 21 days before the course. The deposit is non-refundable!

The rest of the payment need to be paid on DAY0 arrival day

What to bring to the class

  • Course fee does not includes firearms. We supply the ammo and the training gear.​

  • The course fee does not include meals.​

  • We highly recommend bringing your own weapons and gear​

  • Lodging is available onsite and in the vicinity of the training facility other lodging for rent available about an hour from the training center 

  • Night vision gen 2.5 and helmets will be provided.​

  • Flashlights and infrared flashlights will be provided.​

  • Illuminators - infrared & visible - will be provided.

  • Belt mounted, dominant side holster

  • Sturdy belt at least 1.5” wide

  • Armored vest for AR 15 mags 

  • Footwear suitable for rapid movement

  • Green olive uniform (pants and BDU)

  • Hydration system

  • Sunscreen and bug spray

  • Hat

  • Wraparound eye wear

  • Earmuffs and earplugs

 

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