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New training facility in south texas

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TRAINING

Firearms Performance

Increase shooting performance through an understanding of the relationship between physics and human physiology to achieve a natural, subconscious level of firearm proficiency.

Protective Services Training

Focus emphasized on communication and working as a team to achieve a common goal. Develop client specific security team standard operating procedures by implementing drills to test contingency plans. Force-on-force training munitions are utilized to intensify effect through reality-based training scenarios.

Tactical Training

Urban, close quarter and rural terrain tactics taught by former members of Special Operation Forces and currently active government contractors who specialized in small unit team tactics. Curriculum is geared towards specialized units or teams with an established level of proficiency.

Defensive driving & Mobility Operations

Custom defensive vehicle operations training for the security and protection industry instructed by U.S. Department of State certified driving instructors with extensive experience CONUS and OCONUS mobility operations.

Emergency Medical Training

Medical training is not specific to security or first responder professionals, rather it is beneficial and highly recommended for people of all professions and corporate positions. Working with industry partners nationally recognized and certified by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) to provide Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) training courses. Successful completion awards an official NAEMT certification as a pre-hospital care provider.

Active Shooter Response

The United States Department of Homeland Security defines an active shooter as "an individual actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a confined and populated area; in most cases, active shooters use firearms and there is no pattern or method to their selection of victims." As these incidents are becoming increasingly common, active shooter training is highly recommended for everyone and an active shooter response should be added to emergency contingency or action plans.