Chapter 2: The dynamics of small boat movements present new challenges when approaching a target. In Chapter 2, the team moves forward to an objective to react to contact, push through, and eliminate.
Travel to the most advanced specialty training schools across the country with members from Special Operations Forces. Training Cell is an in depth look at the composition of America’s elite and the gear, training, and experience that ensures survival on the battlefield.
Chapter 1: The team heads to Arena Training Facility, in Blakely, GA, to work with Survitec conducting small boat movements along the Chattahoochee River.
‘Day 2 the stakes are higher as the team integrates the bikes into several modules of real world scenarios to include vehicle interdiction, and Close Quarters Battle (CQB). Explosives, gunfire, and high-speed bike movements push the threshold and make for a loud and exciting day.
Last Season, Training Cell began working with Tactical Mobility Training and the Christini AWD 450 Dirtbike in Idaho, primarily conducting basic mobility and some light weapon integration. This season, the boys team up again but use the bike with a variety of training objectives such as Direct Action Raids and Vehicle Interdiction. In Chapter 1, […]
Guns and Horses; two of our favorite American pastimes. The Training Cell team lands in Sun Valley, ID, to learn methods of horsemanship in a tactical environment, and then moves onto the range to practice precision rifle shooting. Both training evolutions lay the groundwork for the following events on day 2.
The principles of Horsemanship and Marksmanship have been covered, and now time to put these skills to test. Use of cover and concealment allow the team to move into position for a shot. Things get loud as they break contact and head back to the Ranch.
Moving from point A to B is never easy in the Jungle. With the instruction of REVAC-USA, the Training Cell team learns how to employ tactical rope work and canyoneering in order to navigate extreme heights and expand their lethality in the tropics.
Water can be an obstacle or an asset. Stakes are higher, and in Chapter 2 Training Cell conducts small team movements through an unknown tropical location.
Taking to the high country of Idaho, the team from Training Cell explores the capability of the Christini AWD 450 Dirtbike with Jimmy King of Tactical Mobility Training. Capable of climbing steep and rugged terrain, an ideal platform for Afghanistan, the bike pushes the team to their threshold ending with a few falls, bumps, and […]
Infiltration to the objective is only half of the equation. Deploying a weapon system while on the Christini AWD Bike, is what brings you even closer to the enemy. Day 2 brings new challenges to the team, including more aggressive terrain and weapons integration.
The team learns the fundamentals of Combat Tracking from Peter Kerr of Tactical Tracking Operations School (TTOS) during day 1 in Hawaii. After the classroom portion, Mike, Jonas, and Drew head into the field to begin the practical application.
Once you track your enemy, and make contact, how do you eliminate the threat?…with overwhelming fire superiority. Mike, Jonas, and Drew apply patrolling techniques and small fire team maneuvers during a live fire exercise in the Jungle canopy of Hawaii.