Night Vision Operators Course with 1 Minute Out and Emerging Tactical Solutions

Training Announcement Night Vision Operators Course

While I was SHOT Show two weeks ago, I met Jamey Caldwell at the CORE Survival booth. He was great to talk to, with many years of experience and was a wealth of knowledge. He has his training company called 1 Minute Out to share lessons he learned in combat. He has teamed up with Emerging Tactical Solutions for an upcoming Night Vision Operators Course in Tucson, Arizona on March 15 and 16. Here is the full announcement with background information on the instructors:

Instructors: Sergeant Major (r) Jamey Caldwell, spent more than 21 years in the United States Army, serving his entire career in Special Operations. SGM Caldwell served 7 years with the 75th Ranger Regiment then spent the following 14 years in a Special Missions Unit that maintained a high operational tempo in Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and numerous other countries in the world. He has deployed to combat 14 times and has conducted well over 500 missions. SGM Caldwell has been awarded three medals for valorous actions in combat while under direct fire from the enemy. During his career SGM Caldwell has consistently dedicated himself to the success of the mission and put the unit’s goals in front of his own. He has been sought after for his leadership skills, planning, leading combat operations, teaching marksmanship skills and CQB, culminating from years of adaptive thinking in combat situations.

Pat Hickcox is a retired Sergeant with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office and a founding board member for the Arizona Tactical Officers Association. Pat served 8 years in the U.S. Army including as a Civil Affairs Team Sergeant during a combat deployment to Iraq from 2004 to 2005. Pat developed the course curriculum and is the lead instructor for the NTOA’s NVG course. He is also the owner of Emerging Tactical Solutions, a night vision sales and training company.

Description: In this 2 day course we will combine the best of both L.E. Tactical use of NVG’s and the best in U.S. Military Special Operations TTP’s and lessons learned to provide you with the most comprehensive and relevant information on the use of NVG’s. We take a crawl, walk, run approach to this training, providing a solid foundation for NVG capability through classroom discussions, practical exercises, live fire range drills and scenario based exercises using marking rounds.

Topics:
• Equipment selection, set up and use
• Legal issues
• Laser safety
• IR Laser zeroing
• Operational considerations
• Interior movement/CQC
• Team Communication
• Rural movement • Training development/sustainment
• Team member marking/safety
• Developing team SOP’s

Class Size: Class size is limited to 20 students
Cost: $500 – Due NLT first training day

Date & Time: March 15th & 16th 2018
Day 1- 1200hrs – 2400hrs
Day 2- 1800hrs – 0200hrs

Location: Tucson P.D. Range 10001 S. Wilmot Rd. Tucson, AZ 85756

Registration: Register with Path@emergingtacticalsolutions.com
Contact Tel # 602 855-1160

Course Requirements:
• Legal U.S. Citizen • Sworn/Certified Law Enforcement
• Active duty or Reserve U.S. Military
• Exceptions to military or L.E. on a case by case basis – Please contact us for more info

Equipment List:
• Helmet mountable night vision device
• Carbine w/ weapon light, minimum 4 magazines, (IR Laser preferred)
• Duty pistol w/holster, weapon light and night sights (RDS preferred)
• 500 rounds of carbine ammo
• 100 rounds handgun ammo
• Simms kit for carbine and 50 rounds
• Simms kit for pistol and 50 rounds (Optional)
• Clear eye and ear protection
• Handheld flashlight
• Complete call out/tactical gear
• Spare batteries for all equipment

Accommodations: While there is not a designated host hotel, for students needing a hotel during this course it is recommended that you book a hotel near the Tucson airport.

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