DARK GULAG II: 06-10 JUNE, IMMOKALEE, FLORIDA (JOINT EVENT)
Open Enrollment 3-Day, 4-Night full-spectrum Joint Training Event
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DARK GULAG II
TNVC is proud to announce that we’ve once more partnered with BAT Defense for DARK GULAG II, an open enrollment* 3-Day, 4-Night Full Spectrum Training Event that will include Day/Night square range training, CQB/Shoothouse training, and aerial interdiction training.
*See full description below for course equipment requirements and prerequisites for this training course or inquire at BAT Defense, or through email@example.com
Dark Gulag 2 is designed to provide students with a full spectrum experience. TNVC and BAT DEFENSE have once again partnered to provide an incredibly unique training class at the Counter Terrorism Advance Training Center in Immokalee, Florida. A former maximum security prison, CTATC is a world class tactical training center, that provides an all-inclusive / NTOA-Approved training venue unlike any other. On-site lodging is available.
NIGHT 1: INTRODUCTIONS AND CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
Students will learn about the basics of night vision and nighttime operations. Gear will be discussed and evaluated to ensure everyone is prepared for the high tempo class over the next several days. Helmet, Headset, NVG, and Mount can be provided on first-come/first-serve basis.
DAY/NIGHT 2: SQUARE RANGE LIVE FIRE
Starting in the morning, students will undergo intense live fire training in carbine and pistol. Drills will include shooting from static, barricaded, and moving positions. Training will continue into the night with more live fire with NVG’s and will culminate in movement drills.
DAY/NIGHT 3: SHOOT HOUSE CQB
Students will undergo training and practice basic room clearing techniques with UTM training munitions in a force-on-target environment. Approach, breach, entry, and room reduction procedures will be covered. Students will shoot/move/communicate in small teams. Training will continue into the night where application of white light and night vision will occur.
DAY/NIGHT 4: AERIAL TARGET INTERDICTION
Students will undergo classroom instruction and helicopter ground school drills before taking to the sky, sitting outside an MH500 Little Bird helicopter. Students will complete several gun runs on static targets. Training will continue into the night where students will engage targets from the sky while using night vision goggles and lasers.
All students must be Legal U.S. Citizens. Proof of citizenship is required to train. Students must have basic tactical weapons handling skills and be able to provide proof of successful completion of previous tactical weapons instruction courses from vetted / reputable trainers or show Military / LE credentials.
THIS IS NOT A BASIC BEGINNER CLASS. STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE PROFICIENT IN THE OPERATION OF THEIR WEAPON SYSTEMS. Safety is paramount in all firearms training – especially at night. Students will be expected to follow instruction. Failure to do so, leading to unsafe conditions, will result in immediate dismissal from class and forfeiture of tuition without reimbursement.
Serviceable Rifle or Carbine (in rifle caliber) – Must include night vision compatible optic (red dot or LPVO), weapon-mounted white light, 2-point sling
NOTE: IR/Vis laser system is recommended. If student does not have one, a loaner can be provided
1,500 rounds of reliable rifle ammo + minimum of 5 rifle magazines / maintenance / cleaning kit for weapons. Available for PRE-ORDER (through BAT DEFENSE)
Serviceable Pistol – Must include weapon-mounted white light
NOTE: Pistol-mounted red dot sight is highly recommended, but not required
500 rounds of reliable pistol ammo + minimum of 3 pistol magazines. Available for PRE-ORDER (through BAT DEFENSE)
Gear – Must include plate carrier with armor/SAPI plates, belt kit, holster for pistol, IFAK, tourniquet, headlamp, handheld light, eye protection, ear protection, baseball cap, batteries for all electronic devices, weather appropriate clothing
NOTE: Helmet with night vision and NVG mount are recommended. If student does not have one, a loaner can be provided
Sustenance – Snacks, water, energy drinks
NOTE: There will be lunch/dinner breaks, but students are responsible for their own meals
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