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1470 Fire Hall Rd

Solo Response To Active Threats [SRAT] **First Responder, MIL/DOD only**

Solo response to active attack incidents Cost: $600 AR-15 Drop in bolt conversion kits, Glock sim guns, Non Lethal Training Munitions and lodging are included

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Solo Response To Active Threats [SRAT] **First Responder, MIL/DOD only**
Solo Response To Active Threats [SRAT] **First Responder, MIL/DOD only**

Time & Location

Jan 14, 2023, 8:00 AM – Jan 15, 2023, 5:00 PM

1470 Fire Hall Rd, 1470 Fire Hall Rd, Spring Grove, PA 17362, USA

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About the event

     Emerging trends revealed that critical time wasted on waiting for back up to arrive on scene during active shooter incidents is costing innocent lives. Studies have also shown that lone individuals responding to these types of incidents have significantly increased the amount of lives saved.

     Solo Response to Active Threats [SRAT] is designed to equip First Responders and Military Personnel with the tools needed to increase their effectiveness and survivability when navigating combative environments alone. Students will be taught how to rapidly deploy from their vehicles in order to find and stop the killing with the end state goal of treating and evacuating any wounded.  

     Utilizing the "Crawl, Walk, Run" training methodology, students will start with a white board presentations and finish with realistic scenarios.  Live role players, Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA) and blanks will be utilized during the training.  

    Drop in AR15 NLTA bolts, Glock 17 sim guns and NLTA munitions are all included in the cost of training.

Topics covered:

-Mindset

-Statistics and The Why

-Theories and principles of CQB

-Plain clothes, off duty, and civilian considerations

-Active Killer Vs Hostage Taker

-1st, 2nd, 3rd Line equipment

-Mechanical breaching tools, techniques, equipment recommendations 

-Threat mitigation and positive identification 

-Deconfliction methods

-Vehicle staging and rapid deployment considerations

-Open air movements

-First Aid/Blow out kit

-Tacical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC)

-Treating and evacuating casualties

-Rapid trauma assessment

-Unconventional medical transportation

**If authorized students, should bring a departmental issued vehicle for this portion of training**

-Clear/advance to contact techniques

-Post incident considerations

Course Cost: $600 - NLTA Bolts, Munitions and Lodging (via Airbnb)

Class size: 

-14 Students max

          *If a student is unable to attend the course due to an illness or any other valid reason, a credit will be given for another course of the same value

Weapon requirements: 

-Serviceable Rifle with sling or Pistol with holster equipped with a weapon mounted light and 3 magazines for each platform

Equipment requirements: 

-Duty equipment based off your job

-Wrap around eye protection

-Hearing protection (Peltor Comtac, Sordins, Howard Leight headphones or similar headphones are recommended)

Equipment recommendations:

-Plate carriers/vest

-Helmet

-Night Vision

-Elbow pads and knee pads

-Dryfire training devices such as SIRT Bolts/Pistols and Mantis Blackbeard

-Extra batteries for optics and lights

Students are highly encouraged to bring food and water with them to the course.  They are expected to eat and hydrate throughout the day on their own.  A short lunch break will be given to ensure we maximize training time.

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