Our 3‐Day Night Vision Operator course is designed to provide law enforcement officers and agents with the foundational knowledge and skills needed to use night vision devices safely and effectively. It is specifically crafted to address two key realities specific to domestic enforcement operations: 1) varied and unpredictable light conditions; and 2) the presence of innocent bystanders. We will focus on selecting appropriate tools, techniques, and tactics in order to ‘win the light fight’ and on assessing and precisely engaging threats at ‘combat speed’. The course includes classroom presentation, live fire drills, and non‐lethal training ammunition (NLTA) drills and exercises. NLTA conversion kits and ammunition are included in the price.
- Physiology and psychology of night operations
- Low‐light engagement principles
- Tactical employment of a flashlight with pistol and rifle
- Individual movement in close quarters environments (using a flashlight and under NVGs)
- Introduction to limited penetration room clearing
- NV pistol/ rifle employment (with qualification courses of fire)
- Countering adversaries’ use of white light
- Searching for, assessing, and surgically engaging targets in a low‐light, CQB environment
- Mission planning
This course is open to US military, law enforcement, and select security professionals who have documented intermediate to advanced level training with both the carbine and the handgun.
What to Bring
- Night vision goggle with head or helmet mount
- Duty/ tactical gear (with ability to carry at least 3 spare rifle mags and 2 spare pistol mags)
- High quality, tactical flashlight
- PPE (eye and double ear protection; hat or helmet; body armor is optional but recommended)
- Pistol with tritium sights
- Rifle/ carbine with optical sight and IR laser, sling, and at least 4 magazines
- Notepad & pen
- Approximately 300 rounds pistol and 400 rounds rifle (UTM non‐lethal training ammunition and conversion kit for AR‐15/ M4 style rifles will be provided).
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