Tactical Driving

Tactical Driving 2017-08-25T20:53:29+00:00

TACTICAL DRIVING

At C-T Watch we offer several Tactical Driving courses for US military special operations forces (SOF) & specialized units within US law enforcement agencies. Many of these courses are highly customizable depending on the operators level of experience, training, and command requests. Our courses include but are not limited to IAD’s (immediate action drills), live fire training, simunitions training, combat and ambush simulations, in-vehicle combatives while in motion, advanced vehicle and surrounding situational awareness, and counter-ambush and deception techniques – All of this is among all the other driving, turning, S-turns, J-turns, evasive tactics, high speed cornering, and advanced driving skills.

All our driving courses are offered on-road, unimproved roads, and off-road, or a combination of all three. Our driving instructors stem from highly specialized units within SOF, Intelligence Community, and law enforcement including former driving instructors from “Tier 1 Special Operations Units”, former CIA (SAD) Special Activities Division, US Naval Special Warfare, LAPD, and L.A. Sheriffs Department tactical vehicle operations course instructors. Our Subject Matter Experts (SME) are capable of delivering multi-vehicle, multi-surface, multi-terrain, personal security and survivability to achieve training objectives for Special Operations Forces & Law Enforcement Agencies alike.

Course length is 18 days (144 hours total)

The main objective of the SOF-TDT Course is to Provide Special Operations Personnel with a professional driving course from experienced and credible instructors who maintain currencies on the latest tactical and technical driving techniques. Our goal is for each student to have an overall understanding on driving techniques to enhance survivability while under duress. This training is critical for personnel to effectively support Special Operations missions by having the ability to drive effectively, stay calm, communicate and problem solve through a magnitude of plausible situations that might occur while driving. This SOF-TDT Course addresses instructional, operational, organizational and administrative tasks required to provide basic up to advanced driving survivability training to U.S. Special Operations Forces.

WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND:

DoD SOCOM Personnel.

Course length is 4 days (32 hours total)

This course is on a paved driving track that is a minimum of 2.0 miles long, incorporates elevation changes and has irregular turns that simulate actual road conditions. The track resembles a standard 2-lane paved road found in any part of the world. The track supports the testing of Offensive/Defensive driving techniques to include but not limited to: “J” turns, boot legs, pitting, attack scenarios, denied area, check point/barricade techniques and evasive driving techniques.

WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND:

DoD, IC, and Law Enforcement personnel.

Course length is 6 days (48 hours total)

This course is on an unimproved dirt track that is a minimum of 2.0 miles long that offers radiuses, hills, blind crests and natural visual obstacles along the route resembling a standard 2-lane dirt road found in any part of the world. This course supports FWD and RWD sedan driving at moderate speeds of between 30-40 miles per hour and capable of max speeds of 60-70 on straight portions of the track. The track is capable of exercising vehicle survivability of vehicles and testing of the core driving techniques and competencies taught on the paved road track. The unimproved road driving course is capable of supporting training in inclement weather conditions with zero down time for maintenance during these training periods.

WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND:

DoD, IC, and Law Enforcement personnel.

Course length is 8 days (64 hours total)

This course is on an off-road driving track that is a minimum 1.25 miles long. The track includes continuous driving conditions from water traps, sand and/or mud traps, hill climbs, wooded areas and a failed hill climb of at least 100 ft at a driving angle of 35 degrees or more. The off-road driving track will have an obstacle course with varying terrain features to test student proficiency while performing technical recovery while in motion. The track will be able to test student proficiency while performing off-road driving and recovery.

WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND:

DoD, IC, and Law Enforcement personnel.

Course length is dependent on clients needs

Tactical Vehicle Operations Course (TVOC) is based upon two simple concepts of operation and instruction: pursuit and evasion. The student will be placed in a variety of driving situations that will involve aggressive and decisive decisions with one goal in mind, to develop and train instinctive skills in order to survive the encounter using precision driving tactics. Our instructors have a combination of race experience (both on and off road) and instructing military and law enforcement units in tactical vehicle operations.

WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND:

DoD, IC, and Law Enforcement personnel.