Special Forces Introduction course
The aim of this course is to give students the chance to experience military life, learn how to correctly handle and use firearms, work and fight as a team, take fast and right decisions during combat and how to react and move correctly in a firefight.
Students will be exposed to extreme conditions and put in real life scenarios. Their limits will be pushed with adrenaline filled exercises, combat drills and weapons training.
- Special Forces introduction
- Differences between SF and army
- SF physical preparation
- SF mental preparation
- Mission preparation
- Woodland survival
- Firearms basics
- Small team tactics
- First aid in combat
- Observation and prevention
- Site protection
- Checkpoints organization
- Hand to hand combat
- Ambush/counter ambush
- offense/defense tactics
- Sniper introduction
- Counter sniping
- Advanced shooting under live fire
- CQB intro
- Final mission
WEAPONS: AK-47, AKMS, CZ, Glock, Remington
METHODS: This Course will be taught using theoretical and practical exercises. The lectures will be conducted on the shooting range. The Course will be given on the EBSSA Training Center with the use of EBSSA equipment.
SKILL PEREQUISITES: None. The candidate does not have to possess prior experience with the Firearms.
GEAR: Sturdy / Tactical Belt. Clothing appropriate for climate and conditions.