- Small Team CQB/TMR
September 15, 2017 - September 18, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Forge Tactical Small Team CQB (Shoothouse)/Tactical Medical Response is the 4-day, two-man shoothouse course we offer as Small Team CQB, with the addition of a Tactical Medical Response module. TMR is the doctrine of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) oriented to the domestic theater (CONUS); and is an introduction to emergency care in the battlefield or tactical environment. It teaches the skills necessary for non-medical personnel to give life-saving aid to combat casualties, and no prior medical training is necessary to attend. For medically trained personnel, TMR teaches the correct priority of treatment in the tactical environment. All necessary materials will be provided. The TMR module is taught by military special operations medical providers with combined decades of experience in battlefield casualty medicine. Training Day 1 frontloads the didactic and hands-on skills portion of TMR, with TD 2 through 4 containing Shoothouse instruction. Medical skills integration is reinforced during the shoothouse portion of training.
Prerequisites: US Citizen or ITAR approved person, and graduate of reputable handgun and carbine operator courses.
- Common Sense
- Carbine with 5 magazines (Carbine should be zero’d when you arrive)
- Carbine magazine pouches
- Handgun and 3 magazines
- Tactical holster
- Handheld and weapon mounted lights
- Ballistic vest (Level III plates) and ballistic helmet (limited rentals are available)
- IFAK and TQ
- 400 rounds carbine ammunition
- 200 rounds handgun ammunition
- Electronic hearing protection which fit under your helmet
- Clear eye protection
- 2 green chemlights or PID light
- Water and snack food
- Weather appropriate clothing
- Pen and notebook (you will be taking notes)
Alliance Police Training Center
12251 Rockhill Ave NE
Alliance, OH 44601
RANGE FEE APPLIES:
There is a separate $25 PER DAY Range Fee that is due to Alliance Police Training Center at the beginning of TD1
This varies from class to class, however generally daytime courses start at 0900 on TD1. Low light and NVG courses generally start at 1900. If the course you are taking begins at a different time, we will contact you with that information at least 2 weeks before the course.
Travel and Lodging:
The local airport for Alliance in the Akron / Canton Airport (CAK). Rental cars are available there from all the major providers. Some students chose to fly into the Cleveland Hopkins Airport (CLE), which is a larger airport with more flight options, and is a 50 minute drive from Alliance.
The Alliance Police Training Center recommends hotel accommodations at the Holiday Inn Express on State Street in Alliance. Their phone number is 330-821-6700. Please ask for the Alliance PD rate.
More detailed information can be found at the Alliance Police Training Center website at alliancepolicetraining.com.
This course would not be possible without Joe Weyer and the Alliance PD crew, and our Corporate Partners, so please take every opportunity to support them.
In closing, we appreciate your support and are looking forward to training with you. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Life is Good
Chappy & Doc Spears