Sat, Feb 25|
Double Eagle Pocono, LLC
Combined Response to Active Threats [CRAT] Level 1 **SEMI-RESTRICTED COURSE**
Two man response to active attack incidents Cost: $600 - Includes lodging, Non Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA) and Equipment. $500 - Lodging only OR NLTA equipment only $400 - No Lodging Or NLTA included
Time & Location
Feb 25, 8:00 AM – Feb 26, 5:00 PM
Double Eagle Pocono, LLC, 332 PA-447, Newfoundland, PA 18445, USA
About the event
Combined Response to Active Threats [CRAT] - Level 1 is a two-day (20+ hour) course that teaches students how to effectively respond with a partner to incidents with active killing in progress. Students will be taught how to rapidly deploy from their vehicles in order to stop the killing and stop the dying. CRAT is designed for those who work in a two-person capacity or has a "beat" partner they usually handle calls with. The training can also be applied to armed security specialist that are assigned to provide security for specific locations and armed citizens who often travel with like minded individuals.
Utilizing the "Crawl, Walk, Run" training methodology, students will start with a white board presentation and finish with Force on Paper. Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA) and blanks will be utilized during the training.
Drop in AR15 conversion kits and Glock sim guns with 60 rounds of NLTA munitions (30 rnds 556 and 30 rnds of 9mm, or whatever combination you choose) are include in the full cost of tuition.
This is a SEMI-RESTRICTED course and is only open to First Responders, Military Professionals, Security Guards (with proof of employment) and vetted US Citizens.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll.
-Statistics and the Why
-Post engagement medical treatment
-1st, 2nd, 3rd line gear
-Mechanical breaching tools and considerations
-Theories and principles of CQB
-Two man deliberate and dynamic clearing techniques
-Rapid vehicle deployments
-Go Bag equipment and recommendations
-Open air tactics and techniques
-Plain clothes & off duty considerations
-Post incident considerations
-Wrap around eye protection
-Students are highly encouraged to bring other equipment that they think they would use during an active attack.
-Serviceable carbine with sling or handgun with weapon mounted light and holster
-Magazines for each weapon system
-Dryfire training devices such as SIRT bolts/pistols
-Note taking material
-Extra batteries for optics and lights
-Departmental vehicle for unconventional medical treatment and transportation
Students should bring a bagged lunch and enough water for the day. A lunch break will not be given to ensure we maximize training time.