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Airsoft is a team sport more so than an individual event and we see it become more and more appealing to a younger audience all the time. With airsoft, we hope to develop and instill proper weapons safety, good tactics, decision making, team work, and leadership skills in the young boys and girls who participate just like you would want to do with any other sport. Price will be based off field rental and number of students.




Basic CQC Tactics
There are many specific ways to clear buildings used in the field today. This course will instruct students on the basic foundation of room clearing and how to operate as a member of a tactical fire team. This course will also have an in depth curriculum on weapons safety and handling. 

At the end of this course, students will have a basic understand of how to clear a mid-sized corner fed box room in 2-3 person teams.

Instructors will also be available to speak with parents about any concerns they may have related to airsoft, firearms, or anything.

PREREQUISITE:
  • Must have basic understanding of airsoft game play as well as safe weapons handling.
  • Must be able to provide your own gear. Bring whatever you normally use for a game.
  • No sniper rifles or RPG's.

KEY POINTS:
  • Advanced applications of weapons safety
  • Gear set up
  • Looking cool vs being practical
  • Tid bits of CQC
  • Stacking
  • Moving as a team
  • Team member roles and responsibilities
  • Basic room entry
  • Close range shooting discussion

FINAL EXAM: 
  • Enter a corner fed and center fed room and shoot the appropriate targets as fast as efficiently possible.




Basic Field Tactics
At the end of this course, students will have a basic understand of how to operate as a member of a team in an outdoor/woodland environment.
Instructors will also be available to speak with parents about any concerns they may have related to airsoft, firearms, or anything.

PREREQUISITE:
  • Must have basic understanding of airsoft game play as well as safe weapons handling.
  • Must be able to provide your own gear. Bring whatever you normally use for a game.
  • No sniper rifles or RPG's.

KEY POINTS:
  • Advanced applications of weapons safety
  • Gear set up
  • Looking cool vs being practical
  • Individual movements (high/low crawl and 3-5 second rush, over walls)
  • The Fire Team
  • Movement formations (wedge and file)
  • Sectors of fire
  • Reacting to the enemy
  • Assaulting an objective
  • Setting and maintaining security
  • Use of smoke and concealment

FINAL EXAM
  • Tactical move as a team from one point to another.
  • React to contact.
  • Secure and clear an objective.




Tactical Team Leader Development
No one can argue that leadership is a universal skill. In this course, we hope to develop leadership and team working as well as building in order to create an effective team.
Instructors will also be available to speak with parents about any concerns they may have related to airsoft, firearms, or anything.

PREREQUISITE
  • Must have basic understanding of airsoft game play as well as safe weapons handling.
  • Must be able to provide your own gear. Bring whatever you normally use for a game.
  • Bring the sniper rifles and RPG's!

KEY POINTS:
  • Advanced applications of weapons safety
  • Role of the Team Leader
  • Role of the Squad Leader
  • Practicing those duties before, during, and after a mission
  • Receiving a mission, planning the mission, executing the mission, debreifing the mission
  • Communicating with other elements
  • Leadership scenarios
  • Team and squad missions.

FINAL EXAMS
  • Receive a mission and brief your Team Leaders.
  • Make a plan and brief it to Team Leaders.
  • Ensure all Team's have appropriate gear.
  • Carry out mission.




The Role of the Sniper
This course will instruct students on the basic understanding on the roles and responsibilities of the sniper in a woodland and urban environment.

PREREQUISITE:
  • Must have basic understanding of airsoft game play as well as safe weapons handling.
  • Must be able to provide your own gear. Bring whatever you normally use for a game.
  • Sniper rifles must be set up as such. An M4 with a large scope isn't a sniper rifle.
  • Must have a secondary weapon. Can be a pistol, shotgun, smg, or rifle.

KEY POINTS:
  • Advanced applications of weapons safety
  • Role of the Sniper
  • The role of the Observer
  • Sniper/Observer team
  • Selecting a position
  • Setting that position up
  • Intelligence and over watch duties
  • Instructors will also be available to speak with parents about any concerns they may have related to airsoft, firearms, or anything.