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Sat, Jul 29

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Pocatello

Intro to Force on Force

Force-on-Force training is a type of firearms training that focuses on simulating real-world scenarios using non-lethal training ammunition or equipment.

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Intro to Force on Force
Intro to Force on Force

Time & Location

Jul 29, 2023, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Pocatello, 7804 W Katsilometes Rd, Pocatello, ID 83204, USA

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About the event

Force-on-Force training is a type of firearms training that focuses on simulating real-world scenarios using non-lethal training ammunition or equipment. It is designed to provide participants with a realistic training experience that goes beyond the static shooting exercises typically done on a firing range. This type of training helps individuals develop their decision-making skills, stress management, and tactical awareness.

In an "Intro to Force on Force" firearms training program, participants would typically learn and practice the following:

  1. Safety protocols: The training will begin with a comprehensive briefing on safety procedures and protocols specific to force-on-force training. This would include guidelines for wearing protective gear, safe engagement distances, and rules of engagement.
  2. Scenario-based training: Participants will engage in various scenario-based exercises that simulate real-world situations. These scenarios could involve self-defense situations, home defense, active shooter response, or other relevant scenarios. Participants would be required to make quick decisions, assess threats, and engage targets using non-lethal training firearms or equipment.
  3. Decision-making and critical thinking: The training would emphasize the development of decision-making skills under stress. Participants would learn how to assess threats, determine the appropriate use of force, and adapt to changing situations in real-time. This would involve analyzing the environment, identifying potential threats, and making split-second decisions.
  4. Active Training: Participants will learn room clearing techniques, compressing space, cutting angles, and deadly force decisions. 
  5. Debrief and feedback: After each scenario, there would typically be a debriefing session where participants can discuss their actions, analyze their performance, and receive feedback from instructors and peers. This feedback helps participants identify areas for improvement and reinforces the lessons learned during the training.
  6. Realistic equipment and props: Force-on-force training often involves the use of specialized training firearms, non-lethal ammunition, and protective gear such as helmets, goggles, and body armor. These simulate real-world equipment and provide a more immersive training experience.

Tickets

  • Intro to Force on Force

    $50.00
    +$1.25 service fee

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