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									    SABRE TACTICAL
 TRAINING RESOURCE
 IN-SERVICE & SPECIALIZED TRAINING PROGRAMS
FOR MILITARY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES



              2010 -2011
                      The 'Sabre' Sword

  This famous one handed battle sword was used as the primary
hand held weapon of the Navy and Cavalry for many years. These
  Units made use of its strength, during the constant warfare that
became a way of life for many years. The single front edged blade
 allowed ease and safety for the Holder. The cutting edge proving
effective as a slicing, and cleaving instrument, in conjunction with
             its ability to be used as a stabbing weapon.

The Sabre trade name utilizes the ‘French’ wording instead of the
    traditional saber pronunciation, in order to recognize the
 European training techniques that support the frame work of the
             ‘Active - Defense’ defensive programs.

The Special Air Service of the British Army was formed during the
2nd world war, under the guidance of David Sterling. These units
conducted long range warfare, and intelligence gathering against
 General Rommel’s Africa Korps. For years Units of the S.A.S.
   have been in the forefront of training and implementation of
 tactics during battle. In modern times the S.A.S. utilized groups
known as “Sabre Units” in order to conduct Military operations.

   Sabre TTRR is proud to carry on the great traditions that lay
behind the Sabre sword. We believe in our commitments, and pride
ourselves on our dedication to all those who require, and demand,
                      the highest standards.

     Sabre TTRR " Our Heritage is a Commitment to Excellence "
The training logo of Sabre Tactical Training Resource and Research is
displayed above. This unique and original design, appears on our Instructors
clothing, and other items of support equipment, such as bags and hats. No
other usage for this design is permitted worldwide. This logo is the
registered mark of Sabre Tactical Training Resource and Research in the
State of TN.

The logo can also be found on tee-shirts awarded to Students for outstanding
performance during training sessions. Underneath the design may feature
specific wording such as “Officer Survival” “Five under one” “ No Mercy ”
and “ H.E.A.R.T.” These relate to courses that offer no personal respite on
Students training activities, and personal efforts. Or are describing shooting
standards, and Tactical Paramedic programs. The wording 9/11- “Never
Forget” relates to the loss of Emergency Services Personnel, who were
untimely murdered at the New York WTC.

The meaning behind the logo is simple but effective. The Sword represents
the Right of Justice. The Steel Gauntlets denote the Challenge of Battle
against evil, and other wrongdoing.

The Latin text found within the scrolls is translated into the following :
Brute force without wisdom, falls by its own weight.
This is intended to show that any act, undertaken without thought and
technique, is doomed to failure. We believe, all actions must have a
direction, control, and a purpose.
     Sabre Tactical Training Resource and Research
Sabre Tactical Training Resource & Research is a registered, and trade
marked training company situated in Nashville, Tennessee. Formed in 2003,
having superseded Claymore Inc. which was founded in 1995, as a response
to the growing needs for quality Law Enforcement and Military security
training in the USA, and around the world.

   Business Registration # TN 120347 / Federal Tax ID. # 13-4268644

      P.O. Box 293354,
      Nashville TN. 37229-3354, U.S.A.
      Tel 1615 941-4889 / Fax 1615 941-5008
      Mobile / Voice mail 1615 969-3377
      Website details www.Sabretactical.com
      Personal email pcastle@visi.net

Sabre TTRR is a state of TN. and CT. “Vendor” for Law Enforcement
training, and over the last eight years has designed and written 44 training
programs for Law Enforcement and Security applications. Sabre TTRR is
also a Government Contractor with the Defense Logistics Agency. We have
current DUNS TIPN #s.

As a result of the last 15 years research and training, various programs have
been submitted to the States of Tennessee, Florida, Texas, Missouri,
Minnesota, Alaska, South Carolina, Idaho, Wyoming, Oklahoma,
California, Montana, Kansas, Ohio, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Illinois, West
Virginia, Georgia and Arkansas P.O.S.T. Peace Officers Standards of
Training Commissions. These have been certified as P.O.S.T. approved
courses. As such they are eligible for 'In- Service' training hour credits.

Sabre TTRR Instructors were selected as Presenter Trainers for the 1998 and
1999 L.E.S.A.T. Academy. Bringing training to 3000 Law Enforcement
Personnel, from over 80 separate TN. Depts. Reaching in total, some 167
Agencies throughout the U.S.A.

Sabre TTRR is a mobile training unit, able to bring its training expertise to
you. This allows smaller Police and Sheriff's Depts. the opportunity to have
local Personnel trained at their department facilities.
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This supports the maximum financial savings in relation to traveling and
accommodation expenses. Localized training negates the need for
abstraction time of Personnel during courses. If a Crisis occurs Dept.
Personnel are immediately on hand to respond, and deal with the scenario as
required. Unlike some training programs, Sabre TTRR. offers personal
contact and the hands on training procedures specifically designed for
Individual Dept. needs. We will respond to your personal circumstances, and
requirements.

Sabre TTRR has written & copyrighted a fundamentally progressive training
syllabus. This dynamic program is called “Active Defense” and offers the
advantages of a complete training system based on Gross Motor Skills.
These training programs have been researched extensively, and offer new
concepts, not just another re-hash of existing techniques.

Our “Active Defense” syllabus enhances and supports existing programs,
such as P.P.C.T. and the A.S.P. tactical baton. Which are also featured as
courses taught by Sabre TTRR Instructors. Each individual training program
deals with aspects relevant to that area, each program supports the previous,
and allows skills and confidence levels to increase as each course section is
completed. We offer this program in the following forms at both 'Student'
and 'Instructor' levels for :

◊    LAW ENFORCEMENT / MILITARY/ CORRECTIONAL STAFF
◊    SPECIALIST PROFESSIONAL PROTECTION GROUPS

Active Defense offers a Department or Individuals the opportunity to
develop one training technique for all modes of Law Enforcement,
Institutional Security, and Personal Defense. Once learned these techniques
will increase Professionalism, Safety and Performance. Active Defense
builds upon established Law Enforcement techniques, and is a positive step
forward in building the highest possible training skill base. This is possible
through teaching fundamentally new, Personal Protection techniques,
proven to work On Demand and in a Crisis. These courses are extremely
Physically and Mentally demanding. Students undergo Hands On applied
defense techniques, in addition to written examinations. Not all Students
graduate, pass certificates will be earned.
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                          Areas of training include :

◊    Sub Gun, Small Arms, and Shotgun Training.
◊    Tactical small arms Close Quarter Engagement.
◊    Waterborne Environment Tactics.
◊    Chemical Nuclear, and biological hazmat SWAT training.
◊    S.W.A.T.- Basic through to Advanced explosive entry.
◊    Wildlife Resource, Game and Fisheries, Patrol Duties.
◊    Officer Survival Strategies, and Tactics.
◊    Edged Weapons Usage / Defense.
◊    Witness / Suspect Investigative Interviewing Techniques.
◊    A.S.P. Tactical Baton Training.
◊    Prisoner Handling and Search Techniques.
◊    Gang Violence Seminars.
◊    O.C. Chemical Deployment.
◊    Crisis Tactical Planning / Covert Observation Techniques.
◊    High Risk Security Patrol / Prisoner Escorts.
◊    Pressure Point Control Techniques.
◊    Personal Confrontation Management.
◊    Make-shift Weaponry / Flashlight Active Defense.
◊    S.H.O.T. Ballistic trauma / Self First Aid.
◊    Tactical Paramedic Training.
◊    Vehicle High Risk Stop Training. Use of Stinger spike system.
◊    Tactical Ballistic Shield Training.
◊    Sensitive Investigative Interviewing ( sex abuse related.)
◊    Domestic Violence Schools.
◊    Less lethal munitions.
◊    Explosive Entry Training.
◊    Criminal Profiling and Identification.
◊    Recognition and identification of improvised Explosive Devices.
◊    Negotiation Training.
◊    Tactical Sniper Training.
◊    Decision and Reaction Firearms Training.
◊    Emergency Vehicle Operating Certification.
◊    V.I.P. Close Protection, & Witness Protection Training.
4.

With established contracts, and continuously building on good relations,
with numerous Police and Sheriff's Department’s across eight States. Sabre
TTRR is equipped and ready to provide your Dept. with quality 'In -Service'
training programs. These programs are dynamic, practical, and cost
effective. Our programs are now supported by quality products such as :

A.S.P., Armor Holdings, 21st Hard Armor, P.S.C., HOMAK, Blackhawk,
A.L.S. Less Lethal Munitions, Stinger spiking Systems, Guardian O.C.
Pyrotechnic Specialties Inc. Tactical Rescue Phones. MK Ballistics, Basic
Black Armor and many others.

We offer schooling by Dedicated, Professional, and Experienced Instructors.
** see list Our Instructors are Pro-Active, and currently working as Officers
in the field. Ensuring the most up to date training methods, and empathy,
with the problems of today’s Law Enforcement Professional.

We seek to promote an atmosphere of Informed, Friendly, yet Firm learning
environments. We at Sabre TTRR understand the desperate needs for the
highest levels of firearms, and law enforcement training, in today's complex
society. Our schools are a physical challenge, as well as being mentally
demanding. We make no apology for the intensive training ideals.

We are dedicated to providing within our training syllabus, the best Law
Enforcement safety products and operational equipment currently available.
We utilize ARMAMENT SYSTEMS & PROCEDURES Inc. (A.S.P.) equipment. Working
in association with A.S.P. as Qualified Instructors, (# 3819) we are able to
offer the full range of A.S.P. quality products, and advanced tactics.

We utilize P.S.C. Chemical Sprays, and are able to supply Departments with
these products, in conjunction with P.O.S.T. approved certification for Law
Enforcement application of O.C. Chemical sprays.

We distribute all items of the Blackhawk Tactical Nylon Gear TM. As
registered Distributors, we are proud to offer this product in support of our
training systems. We continue to utilize the best products, regardless of
politics.
5.

Sabre TTRR is able to arrange demonstration workshop seminars for
Agencies that are dedicated to equipping their Depts. with products that
work on Demand and in a Crisis. Simply put, see it work.

Sabre TTRR has now assembled a full Cadre of adjunct Instructors, who
have specialist language abilities, which include Iranian, & Persian.
Utilizing these skills we are able to offer what we term as “ C.A.R.E.” (crisis &
reaction exercises.)

This program consists of a Team of “Mock Terrorists,” who take over and
fortify specified premises, taking either Hostages or planting Dummy
I.E.D.’s. Once in position Tactical S.W.A.T. Teams are deployed and have to
deal with the “Terrorists” as if real. This type of program has been featured
on CNN, utilizing militia type terrorists, in a school hostage scenario.

The language issues and team training expertise allow us to test your
Personnel, and their response times, in as real an environment as is possible
within training boundaries.

The Team is fully self supporting, for up to four days continuous role play.
Ideal for Negotiators and S.W.A.T. Teams, and very useful for joint
emergency Multi-Agency response training.

                                WARNING :
                           This team plays hard!!!

      We believe we can offer you the best training at the right price. **


            Utilize us to help protect the 'Protectors'
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In addition to our established training courses Sabre TTRR supports the
continuing war, against illegal use of drugs. As a response to training
demands, we have designed & copyrighted numerous unique Anti-Drug Law
Enforcement training courses for 2010 and into 2011.

These courses support the existing "Active Defense" syllabus, and have been
designed to enable Pro-Active Departmental co-operation, and improve on
the existing operational techniques utilized to date.

               ANTI - DRUGS TRAINING PROGRAMS
                    FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

C.A.R. LAW ENFORCEMENT FIREARMS TRAINING - SMALL ARMS.

LAW ENFORCEMENT FIREARMS TRAINING - CONCEALED
CARRY.

S.H.O.T. - SINGLE HAND OPERATING TACTICS UNDER - COVER

EDGED WEAPONS UNDER COVER / CONCEALED CARRY.

W.A.S.P. - HIGH RISK ENTRY TEAM PROGRESSION TRAINING.

DRUGS INTERDICTION TEAM TRAINING. ( levels one through three )

C.R.O.P.s - TACTICAL PLANNING FOR DRUG INTERDICTION.

H&K 9mm TACTICAL SUB GUN FOR COVERT OPERATIONS.

V.I.P.E.R. - HIGH RISK VEHICLE INTERCEPTION TRAINING.

A.C.E. - ACCELERATED CONTROLLED ENTRY TRAINING.

H.V.M. - BALLISTIC EFFECTS UNDER CHEMICAL STIMULANTS.
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         NEW TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR 2008 - 2009
Sabre Tactical Training Resource and Research is pleased to be able to offer
several new programs for 2010 & into 2011. These programs have been
designed specifically to meet the recent demands for reactive critical
incidents. These new programs are additions to the ‘Active-Defense’
programs that have been taught across the USA and in several other
Countries, including the Canada, UK, and Mainland Europe.

Sabre Tactical Training Resource and Research is the next step in the
evolution of the doctrines of Claymore Inc. being the original training
company that initially developed the ‘Active-Defense’ syllabus. At Sabre
T.T.R.R. the Instructors have remained the same, with some new faces in
support. We are now able to offer more schools, with additional support
equipment to improve training procedures. We are offering the following
programs in addition to our original portfolio.

•    First Responder Negotiator.
•    First Contact Spanish for LE.
•    C.B.E.S. Firearms training while wearing full NBC suits.
•    In car combat, and anti-ambush drills for Military / Law Enforcement.
•    Advanced Negotiator for SWAT critical incidents.
•    School Resource Officer training, including critical response.
•    Patrol Officer I.E.D. search, locate, and evacuation training.
•    “Exodus” active confrontation with subjects for Patrol Responders.
•    Tactical Paramedic training for EMT. emergency personnel.
•    Patrol Rifle or Carbine.
•    Advanced Explosive entry.
•    Waterborne Environment Tactics for SWAT. and patrol Officers.
•    Patrol Shotgun, and advanced Less Lethal munitions.
•    Advanced Officer Survival including major incident Command and
     Control.

Each of these programs are supported by a fully bound training manual, and
is fully certificated. Several of these programs include additional
certifications in Less Lethal / Gas / and Chemical Irritant weapons.
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             ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS 2010 - 2011
Sabre TTRR is proud to introduce the latest course to be developed for Law
Enforcement Professionals, and EMT Personnel.

                       The P.E.A.C.E. syllabus.
The P.E.A.C.E. syllabus is a complete, and highly effective cognitive based
training package. Written by Dr. H. Reid Kimbrough, Ph.D., MS., and
supported by the Sabre TTRR Active Defense syllabus. The P.E.A.C.E.
program offers a never before seen pro- active Law Enforcement syllabus,
specifically aimed at Stress Management & profiling Dangerous Offenders.

This course currently sits in the Library of Congress, and is trademarked and
copyrighted. Each segment is given in lecture based format, and held over a
two day period. Student note manuals are provided, and certificates awarded
on completion of the course. These segments have been designed for Pro -
Active Officers, as well as Management, and Senior Ranks. The program
syllabus is available in the following segments :

CRIMINAL PERSONALITIES - UNDERSTANDING THEIR ACT

PERSONAL STRESS MANAGEMENT - RATING YOUR RISK

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - ASSESSING VIOLENT COUPLES

VIOLENCE AT HOME AND IN SCHOOL - KIDS THAT KILL

PROFILING PERSONALITIES - WARNING SIGNS

IMMEDIATE VIOLENCE - PATTENS AND PROFILING

EXPLODERS - TIME BOMB VIOLENCE AGAINST POLICE

CRIME SCENES - PATTENS OF VIOLENCE

CONTROLLING VIOLENT SUSPECTS - CRISIS REACTION, & REDUCTION.

DESTRUCTIVE SUICIDE - LIVING ON THE EDGE
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   SABRE TTRR. WISHES TO OFFER YOUR DEPARTMENT OUR
TRAINING COURSES. WE BELIEVE WE HAVE THE TRAINING YOU
  NEED AND DESIRE FOR YOUR OFFICERS, AT A GREAT RATE.


     SABRE TTRR.CAN TRAIN UP TO 30 STUDENTS PER COURSE.
            GENERALLY OUR INSTRUCTOR RATE IS 8/1
                 ( A.S.P. BATON 20 0FFICERS )


 WE SUPPLY ALL TRAINING EQUIPMENT, WRITTEN MANUALS,
AND CAN PROVIDE ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT FOR PURCHASE IF
         REQUIRED IN SUPPORT OF OUR TRAINING.

 OUR DAILY RATE IS OFFERED TO ENABLE US TO TRAIN YOUR
  DEPARTMENT AT A SENSIBLE RATE. WE ARE MORE THAN
HAPPY FOR YOU TO OPEN UP A COURSE TO OUTSIDE AGENCIES
       IN ORDER TO OFF SET YOUR TRAINING COSTS.

      WE ARE AVAILABLE FOR A DEMONSTRATION OR WE CAN
     SUPPLY A COPY OF OUR OUTLINE TRAINING VIDEOS ON THE
        C.A.R. SYSTEM, SWAT, OR THE C.R.O.P.S SYLLABUSES.


                      Sabre Tactical Training.
           " Our Heritage is a Commitment to Excellence "
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               2010 - 2011 LAW ENFORCEMENT
              STANDARD TRAINING PROGRAMS

C.A.R. - Law Enforcement and Military firearms training for small arms.

C.A.R. - Law Enforcement and Military firearms training for carbines.

C.A.R. - Law Enforcement and Military firearms training for shotguns.

S.T.E.P. - O.C. Chemical Defense for Law Enforcement.

C.A.R. - Firearms Training for undercover / concealed carry.

H.V.M. - Ballistic Effects Seminar.

A.S.P. - Tactical Baton.

S.H.O.T. - Single Handed Operating Tactics, for all modes of firearms.

EDGED WEAPONS - ACTIVE - DEFENSE counter measures.

W.A.S.P. - HIGH RISK Entry Team Progression.

S.W.A.T. TEAM TRAINING. ( levels one through three )

C.R.O.P.s - Tactical Planning for S.W.A.T. Operations.

A.X.E. - Close protection and Witness Protection training.

R.E.C.A.L.L. - Witness / Defendant Interview Skills training.

ACTIVE - DEFENSE Officer Survival training. Levels one through three.

S.T.E.P. - O.C. Chemical Defense training for Security Officers.

H&K - Law Enforcement / Military firearms tac sub-Machine gun training.
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S.W.A.T. - Tactical Ballistic Shield training.

F.A.S.T. - Flashlight Active Survival techniques.

S.C.O.P.E. - Sniper Tactical Training. ( Basic through Advanced.)

First Contact Spanish. - Police Skills related training program.

C.B.E.S. - SWAT training for Operators while wearing full HAZMAT.

P.P.C.T. - Pressure Point Control Course. P.P.C.T. Certified.

P.E.A.C.E. - Criminal Offender Profiling and Crisis response course.

C.R.I.M.E. - Crime Scene Investigation and Evidence gathering course.

V.I.P.E.R. - High Risk Vehicle interception training.

GANGS - Gang Violence and Gang profiling for life styles.

C.U.F.F.S - Correctional Facility / Jailer training.

C.C.T. - Active-Defense pressure point control techniques.

H.E.A.R.T. - Tactical Paramedic training for S.W.A.T.

LESS LETHAL - Tactical use of less lethal munitions.

A.C.E. - Accelerated Controlled Explosive Entry.

R.E.S.O.L.V.E. - Negotiator Training ( basic through advanced.)

DIVERSION DEVICES - Diversion distraction device training for SWAT.

I.E.D.’s - Improvised Explosive Devices.

W.E.T. - Waterborne Environment Training for Wildlife and Resource.
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            TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR 2010 - 2011

     OFFICER SURVIVAL - ACTIVE DEFENSE LEVEL ONE




         This course is demanding, both physically and mentally.

During this course Students are offered tactical options for deployment
during their “Tour of Duty.” Sabre TTRR stresses that this course is
designed to find an Individuals personal limit, and then improve their
performance. The course builds immediately on Team Co-operation, and
problem solving issues. Sabre TTRR understands that when an Officer is
“Called to Duty” their training is needed to be the best available, nothing
else will do.

This course is “Hands On” Students are expected to be in possession of all
their duty equipment, which may have to be deployed during the training
syllabus. They should arrive ready to train. Dependent on Dept.
requirements, this program is offered as an amalgamation of several courses,
which are offered as Specialist courses in their own right. Generally
speaking the following format is offered :

                        C.A.R.     Firearms training.
                      Hits V Myths     Ballistic Effects.
                     C.R.O.P.s. Covert Reconnaissance.
       A.S.P. / O.C. / Edged Weapons       Hands on Active Defense.
                   V.I.P.E.R. Unknown risk vehicle stops.
                R.E.S.O.L.V.E. First Responder Negotiator.
2. cont.

These courses are offered over single day, a five day 40 + hour week. It is
taught in house, and locally to the Host Department. This allows for the
usage of the local environment, for honest and realistic training that works in
a crisis. Further-more offering the chance for other invited local Agencies to
participate in the program, in order to assist with any training cost share.

                                          Sabre Inc. Chief Instructor Paul Castle.
                                          With over 25 years Military and Police
                                          training, he has continued to design and
                                          develop new training concepts, for Law
                                          Enforcement and Spec Ops applications.

                                          Radically new, the 'Active Defense' system
                                          simply offers training concepts, that out
                                          perform the mainstream training techniques
                                          currently being offered.

Paul Castle utilizing H&K weaponry, & Blackhawk Tactical Gear.
 All manuals will be provided. The syllabus has been or will be P.O.S.T. approved for 2010, through host
                        Agencies. Students may wear uniform or B.D.U. clothing.

   Sidearm and at least two spare magazines required for training purposes. If there is a requirement for
          Personal Knives, A.S.P. Batons or O.C. Sprays we can provide them for the course.

    Due to the nature of this course certain creature comforts must be the responsibility of the Student.
          Students should bring with them food and drinks to sustain them throughout each day.




  Team problem solving is an essential core curriculum of Officer Survival.
3. cont.

Field / Patrol Officers learn realistic gross motor skills that work in the field.
The training is very physical, and Students will be expected to undertake
numerous team tasks. This course has been designed to build “winners.”

Students are required to
undergo high levels of
physical activities. This
highlights individual Officers
physical fitness levels.
Officers are encouraged to
push their personal physical
limits, in order to discover
what techniques actually work
for them in a crisis scenario.

Sabre TTRR trains its students in numerous weaponry, from Sniper through
S.W.A.T. tactics. Sabre’s “Active -Defense” system really can make
a positive difference when the difference counts. Each course offered is
supported by a fully certified training manual for the weapon. The Glock,
and H&K range are included.

                                         Sabre Inc. offers firearms training
                                         specifically designed for the
                                         Remington 1187p, Glock Pistol,
                                         and H&K MP5.
                                         The Remington Arms model
                                         700 Police Sniper rifle, being
                                         one of the most favored systems,
                                         is specifically featured in the Urban
                                         Tactical Sniper School 'S.C.O.P.E.'
4. cont.

New state of the art defensive equipment, features heavily within the
‘Active-Defense’ S.W.A.T. training syllabus. Tactical Rescue Gear, a
Company based out of Texas is working with Sabre TTRR supplying the
B.A.D.D. This tool is utilized throughout high risk entry training.

The B.A.D.D. is a breaching tool which is designed to penetrate mediums
such as glass, thin metals, plaster board, dry wall, and wood. This new and
innovative device, is very effective when combined with the new training
solutions offered by Sabre TTRR.

The below pictures show the B.A.D.D. being held in the ‘C.A.R.’ high cover
stance. This stance allows for the defensive use of a sidearm, while Team
Operators are approaching the target area. The second picture illustrates the
ability to deliver a flashbang or O.C. device to second story openings.
Additional extension poles can be easily fitted, and are available to 20 feet.
This device has been designed to improve safety.




Once the device has penetrated the medium, it is then able to deploy various
munitions, such as the MKS, and PSI Model 141 devices / O.C. irritants.
There are numerous other brand name pyrotechnics deployed by us.
5.
      TYPICAL EXAMPLE OF SYLLABUS OFFERED

                        Monday : Start 0800 hrs
                          Weapon safety rules.
 Weapon Retention, Presentation, Loading / Reloading / Field maintenance.
                      Close quarters confrontation.
         Resumption of above elements. Ballistic capabilities.
                             1600 hrs : End

                       Tuesday : Start 0800 hrs
                Range application from Mondays syllabus.
                      Close quarters confrontation.
                            1600 hrs : End


                     Wednesday : Start 0800 hrs
         Evidence Gathering. Intelligence and C.R.O.P.s collation.
                      Witness / Suspect interviews
                        Practicals and Exercise.
                              Exercise cont.
                             1700 hrs : End

                       Thursday : Start 0800 hrs
     S.T.E.P. O.C. Chemical Defense training. / A.S.P. Tactical Baton.
                    Active Defense countermeasures.
      ** A.S.P. Baton may be substituted for edged weapons defense.
             Resumption of above Active Defense application.
                            1600 hrs : End

                         Friday : Start 0700 hrs
               Active- Defense Vehicle stops / take downs.
                     Crisis confrontation techniques.
        V.I.P.E.R. input and use of ** Stinger vehicle immobilizer
                Review, Examinations. Course conclusion.
                             1600 hrs : End
6. cont.

Sabre’s 59 training Instructors are currently Full Time Police Officers or
Military Operators. Each has developed their own areas of training expertise.
It is the mission of each Instructor to offer training that works, is reliable,
and can be justified within a court of Law. They are dedicated to those who
serve, and strive to pass on cutting edge training. In order to Protect the
Protectors.




           Instructors : Bob Hutcheson, Paul Castle, and Paul Woods.




               Sabre Tactical Training Resource and Research.
               Available for your Department, whatever its size.
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            ACTIVE-DEFENSE - DEFENSIVE TACTICS
                       BREAKDOWN OF SYLLABUS

                                  Monday
                 Weapon Safety procedures include the below :

◊ Firearm Conditions 1 through 4.
◊ Verbal Commands for malfunctions, covering, movements, and
  reloading.
◊ Procedures for failure of ammunition to detonate.
◊ Stripping and re-assembly, in light and low light levels.

     Weapon Retention, Presentation, Loading and Unloading techniques.

◊ Drawn weapon retention, & management of energy / stress levels.
◊ Immediate Crisis presentation of weapon to target.
◊ Tactical and Combat reloading. Including low / no light, and Single
  handed techniques.
◊ Use of firearm as edged weapon during malfunctions or when the
  weapon is empty.
◊ Close quarters confrontation, use of open hands defense prior to weapon
  presentation.
◊ Shooting whilst moving from standing, and crouch positions. Shooting
  from kneeling. Weapons usage when facing multiple Hostile targets.

         Close Quarters Confrontation techniques teach the below :

◊     Active application of defensive positions from Standing, and ground
      positions.
◊     Defensive and counter application from inside vehicles.
◊     Reaction and initiation of strikes to attacking suspects.
◊     Suspect / Subject hard hand control.
◊     Ballistic effects. What happens when you shoot at a human being.
8. cont.
                               TUESDAY
             'Live' Range application of Monday's Instruction.

◊ Shooting on ranges will include :
◊ Any duty issue Pistol, Carbine or Shotgun.

                               WEDNESDAY
       Establishing Initial Scene Control. Covert Observations, and
                         Containment Procedures.
                   This will incorporate the following :

◊   Evidence gathering and collation of intelligence.
◊   Planning an approach to a risk / high incident scene.
◊   Initial response to an incident.
◊   Command and control set ups.
◊   Containment of Suspects / scene.
◊   Live exercise to include observation and evidence gathering of a
    building.
                                 THURSDAY
          O.C. Chemical defense / A.S.P. Active Countermeasures.
                   ( may include edged weapons defense. )
                            The syllabus includes :
◊   Canister retention.
◊   Directional applications.
◊   Multiple Attackers.
◊   First Aid.
◊   Canine Defense.
◊   Single handed operation.

                      Use of baton. / Edged Weapons.
◊   Maintenance.
◊   Retention.
◊   Presentation.
◊   Multiple attackers.
◊   Additional striking areas.
◊   Use of mirror attachment during 'High Risk' situations.
9. cont.
                                 FRIDAY
                               Vehicle stops.
                            Controlling scenes.
                        Techniques covered include :

◊   Anti Ramming positioning.
◊   In Car shooting techniques.
◊   Road Blocks. ( vehicle positioning )
◊   Initial approaches / Crisis approaches.
◊   Crisis Contacts with armed occupants.
◊   Non Compliant vehicle stops.
◊   Occupant removal, search and securing.
◊   Interview Stance.
◊   Cover positions.
◊   Shot avoidance.
◊   Disarming.
◊   ** Stinger Road Block devices.

    It is possible to select an alternate end training day. Sabre Inc. has the
              ability to create a live “Role Play” exercise scenario.

These include :

◊   Drugs Buy Incident.
◊   Armed Robbery Scenario.
◊   Officer Down Rescue Scenario.
◊   Barricaded Suspect.
◊   Domestic Barricaded Suspect.


               COURSE REVIEW AND EXAMINATIONS

               COURSE DE-BRIEF / COURSE FEEDBACK

                        GRADUATION & AWARDS
                           END OF COURSE.
1.
                      C.A.R. Center Axis Re-Lock




       FIREARMS INSTRUCTOR TRAINING 5 day (40 hours)

This system is a new and powerful concept in Law Enforcement firearms
Instructor training. The C.A.R. Firearms System simply out performs
traditional training. This Instructor Course teaches Students how to
implement the C.A.R. Firearms System to both Novices, and Experienced
Students, who have been trained in the Traditional methods of shooting.

The C.A.R. Firearms System incorporates the Combat Matrix of the 6 “R”s
and the Triad elements. These have been described as : Mind Set, Gun
Handling, and Marksmanship. In support of the triad, has been the balance
of : Power, Accuracy, and Speed. In a Law Enforcement application all these
elements need to come together, when dealing with a task, or a critical
confrontation. The C.A.R. Firearms Instructor training concepts bring
together these elements in a new and unique manner.

                      The C.A.R. Instructor course has been developed
                      over a very long period of time by Paul Castle.
                      Designed from a true understanding of how the
                      Human body works under, or during combat crisis.
                      The system was developed for reality, and true close
                      quarter combat. It is not just a rehash of traditional
                      shooting techniques. In several Countries the C.A.R.
                      system is replacing traditional firerams training.
                      Simply put........ this system works.

The system offers teaching techniques to enable an Student to develop a
higher level of Weapon Retention, than existing techniques to date. The
concepts allow the Student to achieve high degrees of movement, speed, and
an enhanced Shooting Platform, giving additional speed and accuracy on
demand during a Crisis. Once again, simply put - it works!!!!
2.

The Instructor Syllabus trains the Student in new methodologies that
improve Basic Adaptation from beginner, to a proficient firearms user in a
short five day period. This allows Basic Recruit training courses, the ability
to build on the basic ‘Active-Defense’ philosophy of C.A.R. The techniques
utilized through this concept, are equally effective when using small arms
long guns, O.C. and impact batons. This is achieved by building on the
Operator's Muscle placement and Natural Body stance. Combined with Fight
and Flight reflex stimuli.




Note the shooting position does not interfere with full tactical vests, and
slung longuns. These techniques are adaptable, in that the Operator may
adopt either Small Arms or Long Guns as the Primary Weapon. Opting for a
transition to a secondary weapon, if the situation requires it. Once learned
these concepts will be a usable asset at all times, and for all weapons.

                          This unique system was developed in Europe
                          by the course Instructor Paul Castle. The
                          system enhances weapon readiness, holster
                          release, speed and accuracy, as never before.
                          The system simply works better than any other
                          system previously available for Law Enforcement
                          and Military Personnel Instructor training.
                          Radical in appearance, once trained in the
                          system its sheer effectiveness is outstanding.
                          Students develop higher shooting skills.
3.

In essence this system works around the body shape, and eyesight strengths
of the individual Student. No more do we have to bend a Student around the
shooting stance. The C.A.R. Firearms System is altered to suit the Student.
The C.A.R. Firearms system features the teaching of improved
marksmanship at long ranges. Instructors are given additional training to
assist in developing Students who have a poor accuracy, and reduced
weapon control during live firing.

One of the developing facets of the C.A.R. Firearms System is its ability to
produce quick, appreciative, and operationally relevant results. Students
abilities to shoot, and defend themselves through a wide range of scenarios
is increased. The skill core base is essentially obtained through working in
harmony with our natural muscle placement, and the real effects on the
Human body, when operating under combat stress environments.

                 The C.A.R. Active - Defense Training Graph




            A                  B                     C



        A                      B                C


            Quick Adaptation       Slow Adaptation        Genetic Abilities

The above graph is utilized to demonstrate the advantages of the C.A.R.
Firearms System when training Students from mixed skill level
backgrounds. The ‘A’ range details the immediate improvement in personal
weapon retention, a reduction of recoil when firing the weapon, and ability
to hit the target at center mass, while on the move. This quick adaptation
generally takes no more than one session.
4.
The ‘A’ area flowing into the ‘B’ area follows the improvement with
continued use of Shotguns, Chemical Irritant weapons, and Impact weapons
such as the ASP Baton. This is supported by the utilization of Small Arms
while in close confines, such as Patrol motor vehicles.

These two areas represent the vast majority of training techniques, required
to be mastered by Students. The ‘C’ area is generally very much more
specialized. Additional training programs are available to support this basic
Instructor Syllabus. The below Matrix represents the key elements that are of
critical importance during any physical confrontation, whether armed or
unarmed.
                        Size and Shape   Endurance   Ability


                        10




                        5




                        0




The C.A.R. Firearms System when deployed, increases performance of
Operators in the above left column, and assists the Operator, with regard to
the areas listed in the right column. A system must work well, and in any
given situation. C.A.R. is a system, and not just a stance.

            The course syllabus includes teaching Instruction in :

◊    Lawful Use of Force applications.
◊    Lesson Plan Formulation.
◊    Group Teaching Dynamics.
◊    Student Feedback and Assessments.
◊    The fundamentals of the C.A.R. System / All aspects of the basic course.
◊    Range Safety Aspects.
◊    Team Formulation.
◊    Energizers, and building frameworks.
◊    Duty or BDU clothing may be worn with body armor.
◊    500 rounds of duty ammunition required.
1.

                     C.A.R. Center Axis Re-Lock




         LAW ENFORCEMENT BASIC FIREARMS TRAINING

This system is a new and powerful concept in Law Enforcement firearms
training. Although a small word, its significance is Stability. For many years
Shooters from all fields, Sport, Military, Law Enforcement, and Personal
Protection Specialists have been trained on the methodology of modern day
firearms techniques. These have become known as : THE COMBAT TRIAD.
The Triad elements have been described as : Mind Set, Gun Handling, and
Marksmanship. In support of the triad, has been the balance of : Power,
Accuracy, and Speed. These elements must work together for success.

In a Law Enforcement application all of these elements need to come
together, when dealing with a task, or a critical confrontation. The C.A.R.
concepts bring together these elements in a new and unique manner. The
system also deals with cross dominent eye, and off hand shooting.

                                  The C.A.R. system has been developed
                                  over a long period of time by CASTLE.
                                  Born from a true understanding of how
                                  our bodies work during combat crisis.
                                  The system was developed for true close
                                  quarter combat, and not a rehash of old
                                  techniques that the C.A.R. system is now
                                  replacing. This system simply "works."

The system offers the Operator a higher level of Weapon Retention, than
existing techniques to date. The concept allows the Operator to achieve high
degrees of movement, speed, and an enhanced Shooting Platform, giving
additional speed and accuracy on demand during a Crisis. Once again,
simply put - it works!!!!
2.

The techniques utilized through this concept, are equally effective when
using small arms, through to long guns. This is achieved by building on the
Operator's Harmonious Muscle placement and Natural Body stance.




Note the shooting position does not interfere with full tactical vests, and
slung shotgun. These techniques are adaptable, in that the Operator may
adopt either Small Arms or Long Guns as the primary weapon. Opting for a
transition to a secondary weapon, if the situation requires it.

From a side stance, note that the Operator’s weapon does not extend out
past their body silhouette. This allows integration from one mode of weapon
to another, without changing body stance, or shooting positioning. Once
learned these concepts will be a usable asset at all times, and for all
weapons.

                         This unique system was developed in Europe
                         by the course Instructor Paul CASTLE. The
                         system enhances weapon readiness, holster
                         release, speed and accuracy, as never before.

                         The system simply works better than any other
                         system previously available for Law Enforcement
                         and Military Personnel.

                         Radical in appearance, once trained in the
                         system its sheer effectiveness is outstanding.
3.

The C.A.R. . 1995 ( Center Axis Relock ) introduces a Fundamental Change
to firearms training. This new and revolutionary system surpasses in many
ways, both the Isosceles & Weaver stances taught over the last two decades.

In Tactical Combat, and Street Critical Confrontation scenarios, this system
will out perform all main stream firearm techniques. It will improve shooting
confidence in Personnel that have problems on the range, and has been
proven to increase Officer shooting proficiency.

The system combats any functional disability of the Operator due to
injuries. The system aids the reduction of Body Stress, and is totally
integrated for weapons ranging from hand gun, sub gun, shotgun, through
long - guns.

The system allows previously unobtainable levels of stability, weapon
retention, physical confrontation, and the ability to clear weapon
malfunctions during Critical Confrontation.

     No other training technique available can achieve these results

                        The course syllabus includes :

◊    Lawful Use of Force applications.
◊    Weapon presentation.
◊    Weapon progression.
◊    Drawn weapon retention.
◊    Loading, re-loading, and crisis malfunction procedures.
◊    Tactical movement, and room entries.
◊    Single hand combat and retention techniques.
◊    Confined space conflicts.
◊    Weapons usage within vehicles.
◊    Concealed weapons carry.
◊    Low light crisis engagement.
◊    Multiple confrontations.
◊    Duty or BDU clothing may be worn with body armor.
◊    500 rounds of duty ammunition required.
4.

       C.A.R. FIREARMS SYSTEM. BASIC SYLLABUS
he full lessonplans are
           Monday. 0800 hours course commencement.
            Introductions, and C.A.R Syllabus overview
          Equipment requirements / Physical Preparation
          System Explanation & Practical Demonstrations
                         Weapon retention
                       Castle Combat Course
                  1600 hrs conclusion of day one.


           Tuesday. 0800 hours course commencement
                  Introduction to Live shooting
                    Lesson Plan explanation
                 External and Internal Ballistics
                1600 hrs conclusion of day two.


         Wednesday. 0800 hours course commencement
              Shooting drills / Castle Combat Course.
                    In-Vehicle combat training
       Active-Defense system / O.C. deployment with C.A.R.
                 1600 hrs conclusion of day three.


          Thursday. 0800 hours course commencement
            Shooting drills / Castle Combat Course.
                  Shotgun / Carbine / Pistol
                 Course Project presentations.
               1600 hrs conclusion of day four.


            Friday. 0800 hours course commencement
                       Full Course Review
                    Final shooting assessment.
                    1400 hrs GRADUATION
1.




                    LESS LETHAL MUNITIONS
                       A SECOND CHANCE

The use of less lethal munitions by Military Units engaged in peace time
police actions, Law Enforcement Personnel, and Correctional Officers, is
fast becoming a topic of discussion. There has been some resistance to these
munitions, based on lack of knowledge through there being little available
training. This coupled with genuine fears that the munitions will fail to
achieve the required results, i.e. quick incapacitation of the target.

Sabre Tactical Training Resource has taught ballistic effects to the Military
and Law Enforcement Communities since 1995. ( see hits v myths ). We are
currently researching new and updated data in relation to ballistic
performance, and which duty ammunition is realistically effective. With the
assistance of MKS and Remington Arms, AR. we are currently testing various
munitions from MK Ballistics, ALS, and Guardian Protective services.

Our doctrines have always been centered around the real effects of various
munitions fired into, and through, numerous mediums. From personal
experience of hand gun ammunition wounding effects, it can be stated that
no Law Enforcement small arms round, can be completely predictable in it’s
effect on a Human Being. Each event is driven by circumstances unique to
that situation. Therefore ‘X’ factors are always going to be present.

The term ‘Less than Lethal’ has been presented as an alternative to ‘Lethal’
munitions, currently utilized by Law Enforcement and Military Peace
keeping Units. It must be clearly stated that there are no munitions that will
absolutely guarantee ‘less than lethal injuries,’ and still work effectively
every time.
2.

The term LESS LETHAL is, in our opinion, a better description. This is
what we wish to impress through this training program. Less lethals offer a
bridge or gap between obviously potentially lethal munitions, and those
munitions designed to cause only enough impact to stop a Subject from
continuing on.

Information passed from MKS AND A.L.S. Technologies, leading
manufacturers of less lethals, and providers of our munitions, suggests that
there have been over 4000 incidents recorded of the use of Less Lethal
munitions. This has resulted in only a few recorded deaths, where the
Subjects were struck center mass with multiple shots. The statistics clearly
demonstrate the term less lethal is an accurate description.

This one day course, is designed to teach Students core ballistic knowledge,
coupled with an understanding of the component parts of various munitions,
and their performance capabilities.

This updated use of force training session, offers hands on application and
practical usage of Less Lethal munitions, in live fire scenarios.

Although the use of 37mm weapons can be taught, concentration on Field /
Patrol Officer ready munitions, such as 12 gauge shotgun shells are mainly
featured. These less lethal munitions are immediate available to any Officer
that regularly carries a duty shotgun. 40mm training is also available.

In conjunction with Field / Patrol Officers, correctional facilities are also
able to utilize their existing shotguns, with little or no additional expense.

Hind sight is always 20/20. Less lethals may offer an alternative. In many
cases we believe that less lethal munitions may offer alternatives in
scenarios that have in the past, been labeled as “Police Assisted Suicides.”

In circumstances such as these Subjects may indeed be offered a second
chance without placing additional risks on Personnel sent to deal with the
scenario.
3.

On conclusion of this course Officers are fully certified in the operational
use, and technical knowledge of the capabilities of the munitions. This
should enable an Officer to make a ‘ street decision’ as to the type of
munitions required to be discharged. They will be able to determine what
circumstances their use, is deemed appropriate, over standard issue
ammunition.

                        The course syllabus includes :

     One day 8 hour training syllabus.
     Fully bound training manuals are provided.
     Students should wear duty uniform or B.D.U.’s.
     Students should bring eye and hearing protection.
     Duty shotgun.
     Food and water for days consumption.

◊    Lawful Use of Force applications.
◊    Less lethal munitions - how they work.
◊    Weapon presentation & weapon progression.
◊    Weapon retention, tactical movements.
◊    Loading, re-loading, and crisis malfunction procedures.
◊    Single hand combat and retention techniques.
◊    Confined space conflicts & weapons usage within vehicles.
◊    Low light crisis engagement.
◊    Multiple confrontations.
◊    All less lethal munitions are supplied.
1.

                TACTICAL COMMAND TRAINING

This is a classroom based training session held over a two / three day 16 / 24
hour session. The syllabus has been designed to incorporate a hands on
practical exercise if required. The sessions are lecture and student workshop
based. The syllabus also allows for a Live Exercise at the end of the course.

The Student will learn new techniques for the implementation of the
C.R.O.P.s containment system, and how to Plan an effective tactical
response, to various critical incidents. These include counter-drug raids.
All training aids and manuals are provided. Students are requested to
provide additional writing paper, pens, and a dicta-phone recording device,
if available. The Rescue Phone is supplied by Sabre TTRR. for training.




Critical Incidents have a high demand for an organized response. Time spent
on deciding on a course of action, may be vitally important, and time is
never on your side. Wasted time may cost lives, and put responders in
further danger. Techniques will improve response times during critical
incidents. The syllabus specifically covers the below areas :

∗    S.W.A.T. response to a barricaded Suspect, and Hostage scenario.
∗    School evacuations.
∗    Toxic waste spills / Serious road traffic accidents.
∗    Crime scene preservation.
∗    Coordinated Police Sniper responses.
∗    Aircraft crash scenarios.
∗    Drug raid pre-planning.
∗    Lost / missing children rural and urban searches.
∗    Officer down scenarios.
2. cont.

The training program has been designed to offer Students a structured
system for first responder Supervisors, and Command band training, for
Senior rank Officers, in charge of critical incidents. The program includes
how to set up a critical incident briefing operational order in under 5
minutes. In order to effectively maintain control of fluid scenarios as they
develop. The system is effective, and is proven.

How to implement the joint responses of Tactical and Uniformed Officers,
in conjunction with C.I.D. elements, and negotiation teams. The setting up of
crisis tactical plans for joint Agency responses, including A.T.F. bomb squad
technicians, and other agencies, such as the F.A.A. and Military commanded
Units.

A third day can be included, which covers in more depth pre-planned
Operations, and the setting up of a major Law Enforcement response.




                “The cutting edge in training and research”
1.

              . DUTY    AND TACTICAL SHOTGUN




      LAW ENFORCEMENT TACTICAL SHOTGUN TRAINING

This system is a new and powerful concept in Law Enforcement shotgun
training. The C.A.R. system offers increased Stability. This course is
recognized by Remington Arms, Arkansas and approved by P.O.S.T. For
many years shooters from all fields, Sport, Military, Law Enforcement, and
Personal Protection Specialists have been trained on the methodology of
modern day firearms techniques. These have become known as : THE
COMBAT TRIAD.

The Triad elements have been described as : Mind Set, Gun Handling, and
Marksmanship. In support of the triad, has been the balance of : Power,
Accuracy, and Speed.

In a Law Enforcement application all these elements need to come together,
when dealing with a task, or a critical confrontation. The C.A.R. concepts
bring together these elements in a new and unique manner.


                                 Born from a true understanding of how
                                 our bodies work during combat crisis.
                                 The system was developed for true close
                                 quarter combat, and not a rehash of old
                                 techniques that the C.A.R. system is now
                                 replacing. This system simply "works."

The system offers the Operator a higher level of Weapon Retention, than
existing techniques to date. The concept allows the Operator to achieve high
degrees of movement, speed, and an enhanced Shooting Platform, giving
additional speed and accuracy on demand during a Crisis. Once again simply
put - it works!!!!
2.

The techniques utilized through this concept are equally effective when
using small arms, through to long guns. This is achieved by building on the
Operator's Harmonious Muscle Placement, and Natural Body stance.




Note the shooting position does not interfere with full tactical vests, and
slung shotgun. These techniques are adaptable in that the Operator may
adopt either Small Arms or Long Guns as the primary weapon, opting for a
transition to a secondary weapon, if the situation requires it.

From a side stance, note that the Operator’s weapon does not extend out
past his body silhouette. This allows integration from one mode of weapon
to another, without changing body stance, or shooting positioning. Once
learned these concepts will be a usable asset at all times, and for all
weapons.

                         This unique system was developed in Europe
                         by the course Instructor Paul CASTLE. The
                         system enhances weapon readiness, holster
                         release, speed and accuracy, as never before.

                         The system simply works better than any other
                         system previously available for Law Enforcement
                         and Military Personnel.

                         Radical in appearance, once trained in the
                         system its sheer effectiveness is outstanding.
3.

The C.A.R. . 1995 ( Center Axis Relock ) introduces a Fundamental Change to
shotgun training. In Tactical Combat, and Street Critical Confrontation
scenarios, this system will out perform all main stream firearm techniques. It
will improve shooting confidence in Personnel that have problems on the
range, when utilizing ammunition such as solid slugs.

The system combats any functional disability of the Operator due to
injuries. The system aids the reduction of Body Stress, and is totally
integrated for weapons ranging from hand gun, sub gun, through long guns.




The system allows previously unobtainable levels of stability, weapon
retention, physical confrontation, and the ability to clear weapon
malfunctions during Critical Confrontation.

                        The course syllabus includes :

◊    Lawful Use of Force applications.
◊    Less lethal munitions.
◊    Weapon presentation & weapon progression.
◊    Weapon retention.
◊    Loading, re-loading, and crisis malfunction procedures.
◊    Tactical movement, and room entries.
◊    Single hand combat and retention techniques.
◊    Confined space conflicts & weapons usage within vehicles.
◊    Low light crisis engagement.
◊    Multiple confrontations.
◊    250 rounds of duty ammunition required.
1.




                     F.I.R.S.T. RESPONSE
     FIRST INCIDENT RESPONDERS SAFETY TRAINING

This syllabus has been designed and constructed to offer a training system
that brings together a Multi-Agency emergency response, and improve it. It
is true to say that Homeland Defense has never been more important.




Separate Agencies have their own expertise, and often at the scene of a
serious incident public safety requires a combined response from Law
Enforcement, Fire, and Medical Personnel. Teamwork and mutual
understanding is vital if maximum effectiveness is to be achieved by L.E.




Should a Hostage Situation develop at a Hospital or School involving
serious injury, high powered weapons, and a fire itself, all Agencies would
be required to combine their expertise to save lives and property.
2.

The F.I.R.S.T. Response syllabus offers Personnel the C.R.O.P.s
containment system, in conjunction with Tactical Planning for S.W.A.T.
and Field Patrol Officers. Teachers are also taught basic S.W.A.T. response
tactics. These include coded communications for hostage scenarios.




This system has its roots based on situations that have occurred in the
European theater, such as Northern Ireland. There all to regularly Terrorist
situations, have brought about scenarios where the Fire, Police, and
Ambulance Services have had to work together, and in very dangerous or
unknown circumstances. Often under continuing additional threats.

                                The aftermath of which
                                has carried the additional
                                burden of evidential requirements,
                                Coroner's Inquests, and public
                                disorder issues. These have to be
                                considered as separate, vital issues.

                                Following on, in many cases
                                has been court litigation.
3.
First aid, followed by Crisis interviewing skills, are crucial factors when
information collation is vital. Lack of information being available to
S.W.A.T. Teams may make a devastating difference. Students are trained in
obtaining information from Witnesses who may be injured, as well as in
shock. The time spent on information gathering can be limited. Interviews
must be effective, and time proficient.

                         Interviewing an injured Witness
                         can be vitally important, when
                         attempting to piece together
                         an accurate picture of events.
                         Often there can be problems
                         when injuries must be treated
                         as a priority, but critical time
                         factors demand a fast interview.
                         The right questions, asked the
                         right way, may save further lives.

Mock Witnesses are utilized, displaying wounds similar to those that have
been found inflicted to victims after scenarios such as explosive devices.
The F.I.R.S.T. system is completely compatible with Joint Agency
Responses, and has been designed specifically to deal with the aspects of :

     First Responder Personnel.
     Immediate First Aid.
     Setting up of an Initial Control Point or I.C.P.
     Tactical first response Negotiations.
     Information Collation, and immediate tactical planning.
     Public safety issues, including immediate area evacuation.
     Criminal investigative requirements.
     S.W.A.T. containment of armed and dangerous Suspects.
     Improvised Explosive Devices - Recognition and reaction.
     Media Access and Control.

Recently multi - agency critical incident scenarios have highlighted
difficulties with Joint Agency responses, in particular communications, and
information collation. This system works in a crisis, and if deployed, will
assist greatly with the Safety of all First responders, and the Public at large.
4.

        COURSE SYLLABUS


                  Monday
     0800 hours course commencement.
           Course commencement,
      Introductions, and course outline
                    Break
         F.I.R.S.T. system Syllabus
                    Lunch
         F.I.R.S.T. System Syllabus
     1700 hours conclusion of day one.




                 Tuesday
     0800 hours course commencement
             C.R.O.P.s System
                  break
             Exodus Training.
            Lunch as and when

       LIVE EXERCISE AND DEBRIEF
     1700 hours conclusion of day two.
5.



                 Wednesday
      0800 hours course commencement
            Introduction to C.C.T.
                    Break
            Resumption of C.C.T.
                    Lunch
      Personal Profiling & Assessments.
      1600 hours conclusion of day three.




                    Thursday
       0800 hours course commencement
     Shot avoidance and weapon disarming.
                      Break
           Active - Defense Training.
                      Lunch
               First Aid Training
                     I.E.D.’s
            Conclusion of day four.



                    Friday
          ( Start to be announced )
      LIVE OPERATIONAL EXERCISE
         Course review and de-brief.
           Conclusion and awards.
6.

                  COURSE CONTENTS



• HOSTILE MINDSETS

• THREAT ASSESSMENTS

• CRITICAL INCIDENT BRIEFINGS (CRIB)

• IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES

• IMMEDIATE CRITICAL FIRST AID RESPONSE

• EXODUS STRATEGY

• EVACUATION ROUTES

• EXODUS POINTS

• INFORMATION COLLATION

• CONTAINMENT AND CONTROL


      ALL OTHER TRAINING IS INCLUDED IN SEPARATE
     ACTIVE - DEFENSE LAW ENFORCEMENT SYLLABUSES
1.

              P.O.L.S.E.R. SEARCH TECHNIQUES



                                          SEARCH
                                         TECHNIQUES
                                 FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

This training course has been developed to assist Law Enforcement
Personnel, and specialized Security Officers, conduct High and Low Risk
search operations. These Searches are conducted for a variety of purposes.
This intense course offers options for Searching in connection with :

                             High Risk Search
                             Low Risk Search
                             Evidential Search
                            Contraband Search
                             Unknown Search
                             Defensive Search
                        Weapons of Mass Destruction

The physical searching of a Human Being and their Home, Residence, or
Conveyance, is a serious matter. It has often been a focus point for Civil
Litigation, and or Law Suits in connection with a range of complaints.

Often the legality of the search itself has caused the loss of a criminal case
brought before a Court. In addition to many instances of injuries being
caused to both Searcher and Searched Person.

Any such search must be Legally Justified, or Consensual, and must follow
any Laid Down guidelines issued in accordance with lawful Codes of
Practice. The subsequent seizure of evidence has to be properly recorded
and exhibited, in order to preserve the chain of evidence.

Persons who conduct or order Searches must be aware of the appropriate
codes of practice, and legislation issued in accordance with the Law. The
options offered in this training manual, must only be considered if
Appropriate and Lawful in the various circumstances that may be present.
2.

This manual offers options based on the premise that the search is Lawful
and or Consensual in its application. The course is designed to enable the
Student to develop command band skills, in order to mount search
operations of a tactical nature, ie. lost / missing children, as well as
evidential searches.

Included in the training syllabus are counter improvised explosive device,
recognition, and counter anti-handling device training. These include so
called ‘Dirty Bombs’ such as NBC scenario’s. Mistakes in the Classroom
can be learned from. On the street, we can die from them. Recently Law
Enforcement Personnel have been targeted by home made explosive booby
trap devices, hidden in flashlight casings. Students are trained in recognition
of such devices, their individual construction, and effects.




     Example of a Home Made shotgun Man-trap - a devastating implement
         and fortunately seized by Police before it could kill or maim.


                                          This simply made device could
                                          create havoc, death, and severe
                                          damage. Officers are taught
                                          what not to touch. More and
                                          more incidents of I.E.D.'s are
                                          being reported. Officers need the
                                          knowledge being offered through
                                          this syllabus.

A home made time bomb - for anyone with a grievance and a point to make.
3.

                                                This type of device filled with
                                                simple match heads, is enough
                                                to cause death and damage.

                                                This is a very common device,
                                                and often treated very lightly.
                                                This type of device can be made
                                                in under 20 minutes.

                   The Classic Pipe Bomb - easily recognizable




                                    But how about this!

     This is a complicated
     device, that once set
     in place, is hard to detect.

     Often the circumstances
     can dictate the tactics.
     Officers are taught to observe
     with a new outlook on
     so called, everyday items.


           P.O.L.S.E.R. TRAINING CAN MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
4.

Unique to the P.O.L.S.E.R. Course syllabus is training for Non-Sterile
environments. Students undergo training for searches of contaminated or
non-sterile waste. Section elements are taught utilizing the A.S.P. Baton.




Experience has shown that excellent intelligence can be obtained from such
searches. Often vital information is simply discarded and thrown away by
Criminals without a thought for security. Originally designed for Anti-
Terrorist applications, P.O.L.S.E.R. is another weapon in the war on crime.

                                                 Although a sometimes
                                                 smelly experience, the
                                                 training can bring about
                                                 amazing intelligence.

                                                 Often information is
                                                 thrown out in the trash,
                                                 that could prove vital
                                                 to ongoing investigations.
                                                 Masks and gloves are
                                                 required items of equipment.

Conducted utilizing actual trash these searches are as realistic as possible.
Information is placed within each trash sack building into a comprehensive
set of intelligence details. The information obtained is utilized at the end of a
course, within a Role Play scenario, for Detectives and S.W.A.T. Personnel.
5.

Forming part of the core curriculum is training for evidence retrieval.
Within a role play scenario, unloaded firearms and simulated illegal
narcotics, are thrown from a moving vehicle, along a route of up to three
miles.

This scenario has been designed to simulate the high speed pursuit of
Criminals in a vehicle, who subsequently discard property.




Students are tasked with the planning, and then the implementation of a
route search, in order to retrieve any evidence subsequently found.

Specific areas covered are Team Safety, and preserving Chains of evidence
at the scene of the “Find.”




                                          SEARCH
                                        TECHNIQUES
                                FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
6.

Course Requirements : This is a five day 40 hour school.

Students are required to have with them suitable clothing for the time of
year of the school. They will need to be self sufficient with regard to food
and water for up to 12 hours.

Students are required to have in their possession a search kit which should
include the following items ( this list is not exhaustive.) Items required are to
be utilized in order to examine a vehicle and contents, a dwelling, and to
make a dig into surface soil.

∗    Set of screwdrivers ( cross and straight )
∗    Small socket set
∗    Hammer
∗    Set of pliers
∗    Plastic evidence bags
∗    Paper evidence bags
∗    Sticky tape
∗    Flash light
∗    Coat hangers ( three made of metal )
∗    A.S.P. Mirror or similar / A.S.P. Baton or similar
∗    Coveralls
∗    Plastic dust sheet (2)
∗    Heavy duty rubber gloves
∗    Disposable plastic gloves
∗    First aid kit
∗    Disinfectant spray
∗    Note book and pen
∗    Long stick, hoe, and shovel
1.




                               S.C.O.P.E.



                         URBAN SNIPER

          TACTICAL SNIPING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

The S.C.O.P.E. Course has been designed and written to update current
Police / Law Enforcement Snipers. It has also been designed to train
S.W.A.T. Operators in Cross / Sniper tactics. This school is either run as a
Basic school, or an Advanced format. The advanced format includes
explosive window breaching charges, and advanced hostile target scenario’s.

Often S.W.A.T. Teams train their Snipers in room entry / C.Q.B. techniques,
but rarely are S.W.A.T. Members cross trained in Long Weapons usage.
The basic course offers training for essentially non - snipers in the art of
long weapons usage. The course also offers specialized knowledge for both
Sniper / S.W.A.T Operators in covert applications.

Established Snipers will learn covert insertion / camouflage techniques and
sniper / co-ordination / anti sniper techniques. This course will enable
Essential Personnel to operate under difficult and unexpected conditions.

The S.C.O.P.E. course instructs in the covert application of long / short term
observations, and the deployment of tactical incident control points. These
are combined in the C.R.O.P.s syllabus.

Working closely with S.W.A.T., and Negotiation units the Sniper is the
ultimate tactical response.
2.

This is a five or ten day school, of 60 or 120 hours duration. Due to the
circumstances of this course personal creature comforts, meal times, and rest
periods are not factored as fixed. Courses are catered to your requirements.

All Students should be in possession of clothing, equipment, and M.R.E.s to
sustain them for each 24 hour period. This is a no-nonsense school. Students
will be expected to cover evening work, and additional project work.

Equipment requirements :

∗ Rifle & Scope, Harris bipod an advantage, rifle should be pre-zeroed
     @ 200 yards
∗    100 Rounds duty ammunition
∗    Rural and Urban Camo. ( Ghillie Suit )
∗    Food and Water ( CamelBak an advantage )
∗    Foul weather clothing
∗    Three black bed sheets ( kingSize )
∗    Two pairs of black panty-hose
∗    Roll of black masking tape
∗    Roll of black para-cord
∗    Binoculars or scope
∗    Range finder ( would be an advantage )
∗    Dark Blue note paper
∗    Sleeping bag or other type such as solar sheeting
∗    Entrenching tool / Personal knife
∗    Personal First aid kit
∗    Flashlight with red filter
∗    Waterproof ground sheet
∗    Plastic bags suitable for human waste disposal and anti-septic wipes

                       The above list is not exhaustive
                but should indicate the contents of this School.
3.

It is anticipated that the school will commence at 1400 hours on the Sunday
before the weekdays. This is in order to ensure all weapons are pre-sighted
for 100 yards ( 1 M.O.A.) ** Subject to requirements.

Students will be briefed on equipment requirements, and their work
schedules for the remainder of the course. It is suggested that Depts send two
man teams, so that each team can rotate responsibilities. Students do not
have to have previous sniper experience for this school, and rifles and
ammunition can be supplied.

Full written support manuals are supplied to each Student. Video film is also
permitted. Students should supply two blank video cassettes.

Students will be required to develop training equipment aids, with materials
provided by Instructors. Students should have with them the suggested
support items, however, equipment can be provided to Students, if they are
unable to furnish their own.




            Instructor Paul Castle (right) with Bob Hutcheson.
4.




      S.C.O.P.E.



     URBAN SNIPER
     COURSE SYLLABUS
5.

                     2010 - 2011 BASIC SYLLABUS

SUNDAY ( Optional Start date if required )
1500 hours : course commencement.
∗ Course introductions. Equipment review.
∗ Sniper Roles.
∗ Weapons ranging and scope zeroing.
∗ Live fire M.O.A. test.
1800 hours conclusion.

MONDAY ( Start of Course if Sunday option not implemented )
0800 hours : course commencement.
∗ Ballistic effects.
∗ Internal ballistics.
∗ Targeting considerations
1700 hours conclusion with one cold bore shot.

TUESDAY
0700 hours : course commencement.
∗ Field exercise. to be nominated.
∗ Weather conditions.
∗ Field Sketching.
∗ Ranging appreciation.
∗ Theory of rifle shooting, and sighting.
1700 hours conclusion with one cold bore shot.

WEDNESDAY
0700 hours : course commencement.
∗ C.R.O.P.s
∗ Covert Sniper Surveillance.
∗ Urban Hides and their construction.
∗ Insertion techniques.
∗ Sniper rural and urban Camouflage.
1900 hours conclusion with one cold bore shot.
** project home work to be given before class conclusion.
6.

THURSDAY
0700 hours : course commencement.
∗ Target triangulation.
∗ Coordinated target engagements.
∗ Debriefing and log keeping.
∗ Shooting through various mediums such as glass.

∗    Range shooting :
∗    Final Test application.
∗    Written examinations.


                         BREAK FROM COURSE


∗    Practical Exercise with Sniper Teams. This will include overnight
     observations, multiple target engagements. Limited window of
     opportunity. Briefing as per scenario.


FRIDAY
am ( time dependent on exercise.)
Course awards and Certificate presentations.
1000 hours review and closure.




                               Course Termination
7.

Note:

This is an intensive course. There is little or no consideration to
personal creature comforts. Students should consider the
following:

After Shooting applications on Tuesday. All further shots must be
taken with less than 1 .M.O.A. @ 100 yards.

** Optional requirements.
Shots over 1 M.O.A. will cause Students to be terminated from
course, unless this is due to equipment failure.

Students are responsible for their possession of items required for
the completion of this course.

Think :


S       students
M       must
A       arrive
R       ready
T       to train
                             S.C.O.P.E.
1.

                               C.U.F.F.S
       CORRECTIONAL UNIT & FEDERAL FACILITY SECURITY




                                            C.U.F.F.S.

The C.U.F.F.S. syllabus has been selectively combined as a direct result of
the needs of the Correctional Officer, and their Colleagues serving warrants
and summonses at Unknown or High Risk premises. The system also
concentrates on Officers working within Correctional Facilities. This
training includes C.E.R.T. / S.O.R.T. Teams combating mass disturbances.

This unique syllabus has been designed from the “Active Defense” system
devised by Paul CASTLE. This system incorporates over 45 separate
specialist Schools for Military and Law Enforcement scenarios.

The “Active Defense” system devised by Paul CASTLE, has been adopted
Nationwide across the U.S.A, and in Europecby Specialist Personnel.

This system has been designed to work in harmony with each of the separate
elements, combining to form a complete framework for the Correctional &
Law Enforcement Specialist.

     Cell Extraction Team training forms a core section of “C.U.F.F.S”
2.

Each individual element, is or has been P.O.S.T. certified, and approved by
either the States of TN., TX., FL, S.C., or AR. and may be re-submitted in
any form required by individual Agencies.

     C.E.R.T. Officers about to ‘ flashbang’ their entry into a barricaded cell




This system builds confidence, and real world skills, that Personnel must
have at their disposal in the ever unsure Correctional Facility environment.

The attached portfolio gives details of each section, that may be featured
within a selected school. Each School has been designed to offer 40 hours
P.O.S.T. certified training, but can be shaped to fit individual Departmental
requirements. The below programs form the basic core curriculum.

◊    LESS LETHAL MUNITIONS
◊    C.C.T.
◊    F.A.S.T.
◊    A.S.P. BATON Instructor #3159
◊    EDGED WEAPONS DEFENSE
◊    P.O.L.S.E.R.
◊    S.T.E.P.

This is an amalgamated course developed from the “Active -Defense”
syllabus, and is designed to fit your Departmental requirements. The school
runs over a 40 hour period, and is fully certified.
3.

                   TRAINING MODULES


      C.C.T. - CONFRONTATIONAL CONTROL TECHNIQUES

                    ONE DAY ( 8 HOURS )


            EDGED WEAPONS DEFENSIVE TACTICS

                    ONE DAY ( 8 HOURS )


     LESS LETHAL MUNITIONS CLOSE QUARTERS / ANTI RIOT
                  CONTROL TECHNIQUES

                    ONE DAY ( 8 HOURS )


                P.O.L.S.E.R. - ENTRY TRAINING
              EVIDENTIAL & HIGH RISK SEARCH

                    ONE DAY ( 8 HOURS )


            S.T.E.P. CHEMICAL IRRITANT TRAINING
                    LESS LETHAL MUNITIONS

                    ONE DAY ( 8 HOURS )




                                C.U.F.F.s
1.

             H&K TACTICAL SUB-MACHINE GUN




This is a Pro-Active course, designed for Law Enforcement Personnel and
Tactical Units that wish to utilize, what is arguably, one of the world's finest
sub-machine guns. The new range of HK UMP weaponry is also included.

                 The course is offered at Three levels

1.    MP5 Operators Course
2.    MP5 Progression Course
3.    C.A.R. System MP5 Instructor
The course syllabus and unique training concepts, are based on the C.A.R.
system and have been taught to Special Forces units in Germany, and
Belgium. In addition to Law Enforcement Tactical Units in the U.S.A.

Techniques, and technical information developed and incorporated within
this program have originated in part from liaison with Heckler & Koch in
Germany, training with, and the study of the use of the weapon's systems by
specialized German units such as G.S.G.9. and S.E.K.

All these elements have been bought together to produce, a practical and
effective training program, surpassing in many ways courses previously
available to Law Enforcement.
2.

          The course instructs Students in the following skill areas :

◊    Technical specifications & Nomenclature.
◊    Cleaning, field stripping and maintenance.
◊    Close quarters confrontation.
◊    Team progression.
◊    Target acquisition & Multiple confrontation.
◊    Low light level usage.
◊    Malfunction and secondary weapon transition.

                                           The weapons featured include
                                           The H&K MP5 family of
                                           semi / full auto submachine guns.

                                           These well established weapons,
                                           have become the mainstay of
                                           many Law Enforcement Depts.
                                           Sabre Inc. offers cutting edge
                                           training that works.

The MP5 Progression course builds on the established skill base, achieved
on the Operators course. This course syllabus demands higher levels of
efficiency, and in more complex scenarios. This course is available for all
ranges of HK weaponry. Sabre TTRR armory includes MP5k, MP5A3,
P7M13, G3. AK47, AR15 .223 R870 s/g’s and 37mm launchers.

The Progression course also develops Individual and Team strategies when
tasked with critical confrontation scenario's involving distraction devices,
aggressive vehicle assaults, and Crisis building entries. The C.A.R. MP5
Instructor schools develop existing Instructor’s skill base in the new C.A.R.
stance and incorporates new techniques for the use of the MP5, not taught in
existing schools throughout the USA.

◊    These courses are taught over a duration of 40 hours, ( five days.)
◊    Students should wear Tactical or Specialized Equipment if applicable.
◊    1000 rds of suitable ammunition required for MP5, and 100 rds for
     personal side arm.
1.




      S.W.A.T.
 TACTICAL TEAM TRAINING
2.

                    S.W.A.T. TEAM TRAINING




Sabre TTRR offers free consultation to Depts. that are seeking to set up, or
expand the existing capabilities of Specialized Tactical Units. Sabre TTRR.
is able to advise and give support, with regard to equipment purchases, and
Team selection criterion. Utilizing what we consider to be the best support
weaponry available. This includes less lethal munitions, and breaching tools.
In support of our existing programs Sabre TTRR offers Three levels of
S.W.A.T. training. Each level supports the previous course syllabus.
In some cases level two courses can be utilized by existing Teams to build
upon previous S.W.A.T. experience.

1.    Initial team work building, weapons skills, and curriculum core
      fundamentals. (see below list.)

2.    Team progression and continuous flow, building on the established
      training concepts from level one core curriculum. Extending Students
      abilities to high levels of expertise.

3.    Tactical development of Team members to 'Team Commander' level.
      Progressing skills, and establishing Command Band experience Level
      three courses combine the training concepts from levels one and two.

      Students train to the highest levels of understanding. This course
      instructs in the planning of high risk operations. In the collation of
      evidence, and intelligence gathering. Culminating in the tactical
      implementation of the S.W.A.T. operational task itself.
3.

                     All S.W.A.T. courses cover the curriculum below.

◊    Tactical Planning.
◊    Weaponry, equipment, and support aids.
◊    All firearms utilized by Team.
◊    Covert reconnaissance, observation, and planning.
◊    Incident control points.
◊    Coded communications.
◊    Urban / Rural Sniper.
◊    Close quarters confrontation.
◊    Tactical team movement.
◊    Building and room entry techniques.
◊    Ballistic shield progression.
◊    Distraction devices.
◊    Rapid vehicle assaults, ambush's, anti-ramming techniques.
◊    Combat rappelling and equipment maintenance.
◊    Tactical Paramedic duties. **
◊    Ballistic effects.




All S.W.A.T. training levels are either 40 or 80 hour schools. Students are
required to furnish all available equipment. Personal weapons, and 500 rds
of suitable ammunition. Any Flash Bang or Door breaching devices should
be supplied by the Teams, but can be supplied by Sabre TTRR if required.
** see H.E.A.R.T. course
4.

Dynamic entry training forms a core curriculum of the “Active - Defense”
S.W.A.T. training syllabus. Students are trained in real world room entry
scenarios, utilizing the latest distraction & door breaching devices available.
This training school prepares Teams for the A.C.E. Accelerated Explosive
Entry school which deploys the full range of entry charges.




Specific attention is paid to live ammunition shooting, as this is believed to
be the only method of developing close quarters combat skills. Failure is not
an option available at Sabre TTRR Maximum safeguards are implemented.




Full use of ballistic shields are incorporated into the syllabus. The shield is
an absolute must for S.W.A.T. Teams, when entering unknown threat
scenarios.
5.

Ballistic Shield training incorporating the C.A.R. stance is proving to be the
new force in tactical entry for S.W.A.T. Teams. Combined with the
Remington Arms new 1187p tactical assault shotgun the Shield Team is a
valued asset. Sabre TTRR can provide all shotguns required.




The C.A.R. system develops a large S.W.A.T. team’s tactical capabilities for
working in very confined spaces. Utilizing the Tactical Shield, a Team can
increase its protection up to, and during preparation for, a building or vehicle
assault.

                                       Sabre Inc. offers training
                                       that increases Team confidence.

                                       Utilizing any form of explosive
                                       entry will increase the risk factor.

                                       Officers are taught how to deploy
                                       devices, and to their best effect.
1.
                     C.A.R. Center Axis Re-Lock




        LAW ENFORCEMENT C.B.E.S. FIREARMS TRAINING

This system is a new and powerful concept in Law Enforcement firearms
training. Although a small word, its significance is Stability. For many years
'Shooters' from all fields, Sport, Military, Law Enforcement, and Personal
Protection Specialists have been trained on the methodology of modern day
firearms techniques. These have become known as : THE COMBAT TRIAD.

The Triad elements have been described as : Mind Set, Gun Handling, and
Marksmanship. In support of the triad, has been the balance of : Power,
Accuracy, and Speed. In a Law Enforcement application all these elements
need to come together, when dealing with a task, or a critical confrontation.
The C.A.R. concepts bring together these elements in a new and unique
manner. Now Operators may have to wear full N.B.C. Hazmat environment
suits in live combat scenarios.
                             The C.A.R. system has been developed
                              over a long period of time by CASTLE.
                              Born from a true understanding of how
                             our bodies work during combat crisis.
                              The system was developed for true close
                              quarter combat, and not a rehash of old
                              techniques that the C.A.R. system is now
                              replacing. This system simply "works."

The system offers the Operator a higher level of Weapon Retention, than
existing techniques to date. These new concepts allow the Operator to
achieve high degrees of movement, speed, and an enhanced Shooting
Platform, giving additional speed and accuracy on demand during a Crisis.
These actions are performed while wearing in excess of 100 lbs of
equipment.
2.

The techniques utilized through this concept, are equally effective when
using small arms, through to long guns. This is achieved by building on the
Operator's Harmonious Muscle placement and Natural Body stance.




Pictures are shown with SWAT Operator wearing Closed Air System only.
Note the shooting position does not interfere with full tactical vests, and
breathing equipment. These techniques are adaptable, in that the Operator
may adopt either Small Arms or Long Guns as the primary weapon. Opting
for a transition to a secondary weapon, if the situation requires it.

From a side stance, note that the Operator’s weapon does not extend out
past his body silhouette. This allows integration from one mode of weapon
to another, without changing body stance, or shooting positioning. Once
learned these concepts will be a usable asset at all times & for all weapons.

                          This unique system was developed in Europe
                           by the course Instructor Paul CASTLE. The
                          system enhances weapon readiness, holster
                          release, speed and accuracy, as never before.

                           The system simply works better than any other
                           system previously available for Law Enforcement
                           and Military Personnel.

                          Radical in appearance, once trained in the
                          system it’s sheer effectiveness is outstanding.
3.

The C.A.R. . 1995 ( Center Axis Relock ) introduces a Fundamental Change
to firearms training. This new and revolutionary system surpasses in many
ways, both the Isosceles & Weaver stances that have been taught over the
last two decades.

In Tactical Combat, and Hazardous Environment Critical Confrontation
scenarios, this system will out perform all main stream firearm techniques. It
will improve shooting confidence in Personnel that have problems on the
range, and has been proven to increase Officer shooting proficiency in
combat.

The system combats any functional disability of the Operator due to CQB
injuries. The system aids the reduction of Body Stress, and is totally
integrated for weapons ranging from hand gun, sub gun, shotgun, through
long guns. The system allows previously unobtainable levels of stability,
weapon retention, physical confrontation. In addition to the ability to clear
weapon malfunctions during Critical Confrontation. All while wearing full
BIO - HAZMAT suits.

     No other training technique available can achieve these results

                       The course syllabus includes :

◊    Lawful Use of Force applications.
◊    Weapon presentation.
◊    Weapon progression.
◊    Drawn weapon retention.
◊    Loading, re-loading, and crisis malfunction procedures.
◊    Tactical movement, and room entries.
◊    Single hand combat and retention techniques.
◊    Confined space conflicts.
◊    Weapons usage within hazardous environments.
◊    Low light crisis engagement.
◊    Multiple confrontations.
◊    BDU clothing may be worn with body armor under the Hazmat Suit.
◊    500 rounds of duty ammunition is required for the course.

								
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