Anti-Terrorism and Active Shooter training

What to do if you find yourself in an active shooting event, how to recognize signs of potential violence around you, and what to expect after an active shooting takes place.  Remember during an active shooting to RUN. HIDE. FIGHT. Remember the basics of survivability and response during an active shooter incident. There are three basic response options: run, hide, or fight. Individuals can run away from the shooter; seek a secure place where they can hide and/or deny the shooter access; or incapacitate the shooter in order to survive and protect others from harm.

North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun

In light of dangerous events going on in our communities, it is recommended for Law-abiding citizens to carry a gun for protection.

 

The North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun course teaches you the justifiable use of deadly force and where you can and cannot carry concealed within the state of North Carolina. This course is recommended if purchasing firearms in North Carolina. The NC Concealed Carry Handgun Permit has 38 States reciprocity.

NRA Basic Pistol of Shooting

The NRA Basic of Pistol Shooting Course is intended for all adults regardless of previous shooting experience or NRA affiliation. This course is a hands-on practical conducted at a range under the guidance and supervision of an NRA certified instructor. Topics include, gun safety rules, proper operation of semi-automatic pistols, ammunition knowledge and selection, selecting and storing a pistol, the basic fundamentals of shooting. At the conclusion of the course, students will receive their NRA certificate. 

Indigenous Concealed Handgun Solutions

Concealed Handgun Basic Shooting utilizes a variety of shooting drills to improve the student’s ability to defend themselves. This class will involve some dry practice drills in the classroom following a few hours of live fire. A series of shooting drills will be performed that are designed to help the shooter improve the draw, speed and accuracy. In Concealed Handgun Basic Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy. The shooter must be able to return fire instinctively and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Concealed Handgun Basic Shooting course covers target acquisitions, multiples targets engagement, reloading drills, shooting from different presentation, shooting from retention and introduction to moving.

Indigenous Basic Combat Pistol Solutions

Combat Shooting is the ability to place fast lethal precision fire on a threat target in all environments under stress in order to eliminate a threat. Combat Shooting differs from Marksmanship (MMS) fundamentals in a way that the enemy is firing at you. In marksmanship shooting events, the shooter has all the time to make a shot count. In Combat Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy while moving. The shooter must be able to use all available cover and return fire instinctively towards the enemy and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Basic Combat Shooting course covers basic firearm safety and operation. The course will progress quickly through shooting drills up to 25 meters.  It will cover malfunction drills, target transitions, multiples targets, and reloading drills.

Indigenous Intermediate Combat Pistol Solutions

Combat Shooting is the ability to place fast lethal precision fire on a threat target in all environments under stress in order to eliminate a threat. Combat Shooting differs from Marksmanship (MMS) fundamentals in a way that the enemy is firing at you. In marksmanship shooting events, the shooter has all the time to make a shot count. In Combat Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy while moving. The shooter must be able to use all available cover and return fire instinctively towards the enemy and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Intermediate Combat Shooting will cover malfunction drills, target transitions, multiples targets, low percentage targets, reloading drills, shooting from different presentation, and moving in depth and width.

Indigenous Advanced Combat Pistol Solutions

Combat Shooting is the ability to place fast lethal precision fire on a threat target in all environments under stress in order to eliminate a threat.  Combat Shooting differs from Marksmanship (MMS) fundamentals in a way that the enemy is firing at you. In marksmanship shooting events, the shooter has all the time to make a shot count. In Combat Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy while moving. The shooter must be able to use all available cover and return fire instinctively towards the enemy and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Advanced Combat Shooting will cover malfunction drills, target transitions, multiples targets, low percentage targets, reloading drills, shooting from different presentation, progressive moving and shooting, Critical Tasks Evaluation (CTE), and stimulus test.  

Indigenous Basic Combat Pistol and Rifle Solutions

Combat Shooting is the ability to place fast lethal precision fire on a threat target in all environments under stress in order to eliminate a threat. Combat Shooting differs from Marksmanship (MMS) fundamentals in a way that the enemy is firing at you. In marksmanship shooting events, the shooter has all the time to make a shot count. In Combat Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy while moving. The shooter must be able to use all available cover and return fire instinctively towards the enemy and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Combat Pistol and Rifle Shooting course covers basic firearm safety and operation. The course will progress quickly through shooting drills up to 25 meters. It will cover malfunction drills, firearms transitions, target transitions, multiples targets, reloading drills, ammunition management, shooting from different presentation, shooting from different positions, and introduction to proper use of cover and moving.

Indigenous Intermediate Combat Pistol and Rifle Solutions

Combat Shooting is the ability to place fast lethal precision fire on a threat target in all environments under stress in order to eliminate a threat.  Combat Shooting differs from Marksmanship (MMS) fundamentals in a way that the enemy is firing at you. In marksmanship shooting events, the shooter has all the time to make a shot count. In Combat Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy while moving. The shooter must be able to use all available cover and return fire instinctively towards the enemy and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Intermediate Combat Pistol and Rifle Shooting course covers basic firearm safety and operation. The course will progress quickly through shooting drills up to 200 meters.  It will cover malfunction drills, firearms transitions, target transitions, multiples targets, reloading drills, ammunition management, shooting from different presentation, shooting from different positions, progressive shooting and moving.

Indigenous Advanced Combat Pistol and Rifle Solutions

Combat Shooting is the ability to place fast lethal precision fire on a threat target in all environments under stress in order to eliminate a threat.  Combat Shooting differs from Marksmanship (MMS) fundamentals in a way that the enemy is firing at you. In marksmanship shooting events, the shooter has all the time to make a shot count. In Combat Shooting, the shooter must be able to place fast lethal well aim precision fire to eliminate the enemy while moving. The shooter must be able to use all available cover and return fire instinctively towards the enemy and eliminate all threat in a 360 environment. The Intermediate Combat Pistol and Rifle Shooting course covers basic firearm safety and operation. The course will progress quickly through shooting drills up to 200 meters.  It will cover malfunction drills, firearms transitions, target transitions, multiples targets, reloading drills, ammunition management, shooting from different presentation, shooting from different positions, progressive shooting and moving and finally, shooting from multiple stimulus disciplines.  

Indigenous Basic Close Quarter Solutions

The high risk training of CQB is design to effectively enhance survivability and lethality of personnel that will be involve in an urban combat environment.  You will learn to eliminate threats, effectively discriminate between targets, minimize collateral damage room by room, target by target, by using speed, surprise, and violence of action to gain control of urban environment. You will learn the principles of CQB. You will learn door work, initial-entry fundamentals, two-man single room entry and four-man single room entry, target transition on the move, shooting on the move, target discrimination, team communication, and post assault procedures. This course is design for everyone that have attended the advanced combat pistol, and advanced combat pistol and rifle.  MIL/LE/Corporate may be exempt, please inquire with Indigenous Solutions for more information and custom training for your units needs.

Indigenous Vulnerability Defeat & Escape Solutions

The world is a dangerous place.

That’s why I’ve put together a series of training modules intended for the average American to improve their chances of survival in any situation. My courses provide students with the hands-on experience they will need to improve the safety for themselves and their families. The Vulnerability Defeat & Escape course is a 1 or 2-day training session that teaches you how to escape duck tape, zip ties, handcuffs, and more. The course concludes with an enjoyable practical exercise that provides practical experience to reinforce the concepts taught throughout the course.

Infrastructure and Threat Vulnerability Assessment

The Infrastructure and Threat Vulnerability Assessment ​Identify facilities’ physical security, security forces, security management, protective measures, and dependencies related to preparedness, mitigation, response, resilience, and recovery.

Planning, coordinating, and conducting security and resilience surveys and assessments, training, and information for owners, operators, community groups, and faith-based organizations.

  • Identify security gaps

  • First responder capability assessments

  • Targeted studies and modeling

  • Subject matter expert workshops

  • Threat Assessment 

  • Identify vulnerabilities

  • Mitigation measures

  • Survivability measures

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