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© 2019 by Fortress: Combat Arts

specialty courses

NOTE: Fortress: Combat Arts, LLC Reserves The Right To Conduct Criminal Background Checks On Potential Students.  To Ensure The Safety Of Our Students And Community,

Enrollment May Be Denied To Anyone.

tactical trauma & hemorrhage control

 

TECC-1

(Tactical Emergency Combat Care)

 This hands-on 14 hour class is geared towards the common CCW as well as to the Security operator.We teach bleeding control, tactical evacuation of patients, airway management, patient assessments, and how to use standard military medical equipment that is common on the public market for purchase. All equipment used in class will also be available for purchase.

Course Outline:

  • 2 Days (14 hrs)

  • Classroom Lecture, Power Point, and specific skills training on each medical device.

  • Practicing patient assessments and skills from lecture in controlled classroom environment.

  • Tactical evacuation methods and strategies

  • "Dry fire" with weapons and patient care tactics.

  • Force on force training while treating casualty.

  • Mass casualty incidents.

  • Car accidents and what to do.

  • Debrief and questions.

Affiliate Instructor Bio:

Bob Claar

From: Dubois WY

Security Officer and TAC-EMT for Tactical Solutions International.Also a Volunteer First Responder for Fremont county as a Search And Rescue member and EMT. Developed the TECC 1 curriculum for personnel of TSI, Inc. Program based on the U.S. Military's TCCC algorithm, directed towards the private sector. This relates too CCW holders, Security Guards, Private Contractors, and civilians.

$300 per person

         (Bring your own pistol, holster, & ammunition.)

*$200 For ALL FORTRESS members!

        

*The medical skills in this class are fairly basic but, the live fire portions are ADVANCED! Some shooting training/experience IS REQUIRED. You may be asked to produce certificates or video samples of your abilities.

Class is open to ages 16 and up.

What you will need to bring:

  • Pistol and/or Carbine

  • Support Magazines for Pistol/Carbine

  • Appropriate Support Gear

  • 300 Rounds of Ammo per Weapon

  • Eye + Ear Protection

  • Note Taking Material

  • Clothing Suitable for Weather

  • Sun Block / Bug Spray

  • Minor First Aid Kit

  • Water / Snacks

  • (No open-toed shoes! No low-cut shirts!)

land nav 101

Land nav + Long Range Engagements

RAPPELLING 101

 Rappelling 101 is an introduction to rope work and navigating vertical environments. This material is fundamental and essential for those who are considering to adventure into alpine areas, survivalists with bug-out plans, and all others who desire to gain skill towards military type mountaineering operations. Development of good safety habits and competent equipment handling is the major focus of this course! Buy the end of this course you will have an understanding of your own equipment requirements and the skills needed to conduct your own basic, single rope rappels.

( ALWAYS WORK WITH A BUDDY! )

Course Outline:

  • General Safety

  • Rappel Devices + Ropes

  • Equipment Care

  • Check Lists + Planning

  • Rappelling Methods

  • Knots + Hitches

  • Emergency Harness Building

  • Rigging Rappel Anchors Does + Don'ts

  • Partner Communication

  • Rope Retrieval Techniques

  • Rappelling Accident Analysis

  • Common "Oops Recoveries"

 References:

  • FM 3-05.70 Survival Manual

  • FM 3-25.26 Map Reading & Land Navigation

  • FM 3-97.6 Mountain Operations

  • FM 5-103 Survivability

  • FM 21-76 Ranger Handbook

  • Fortress: Mountain Leadership

  • Fortress: Mountain Mobility

$150 per person

     (Majority of equipment already provided.)

This 6 hour class is open to ages 16 and up.

Class size limited to 4 participants!

No prerequisites required.

What you will need to bring:

  • Helmet (if you have one) + Eye Protection

  • Leather Gloves

  • Suitable Clothing + Footwear  (Athletic or Military type.)   ( No shorts, No sandals! )

  • Extra Clothing Suitable for Weather

  • Note Taking Material

  • Sun Block / Bug Spray

  • Minor First Aid Kit

  • Hydration / Lunch