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This training class covers the basic operations & usage of certain commercially available radios.  It will touch on deployment methods, etiquette, features & usage, limitations, security concerns,, requirements, & programming.  This course is administered in classroom format.


This course is a combination of medical training fundamentals everyone should know & practice.  It covers Basic CPR & AED skills, Basic First Aid Skills, & Stop The Bleed Emergency Aid fundamentals.  Those that complete this class will receive an accredited Basic CPR & First Aid card through the American CPR Care Association.  This course is administered in classroom format.


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This course will teach students the skills to navigate across short or long distance journeys while on foot & with no access to modern electronic navigation.    It includes map reading & creating skills, compass & protractor usage, grid making & plotting, how to identify terrain features, & how to utilize basic skills to make basic land navigating 2nd nature.  This class is administered in a classroom setting.


This course is based on the same principles as basic land navigation skills, however it encompasses the electronic form of navigation only, and assumes that data networks & GPS navigation is still up & functioning.  This is where you will learn about MESH network communications & the ATAK system.  This software was developed by the government to aid in tactical scenarios by providing a superior alternative to older methods of communications & navigation.  This course is provided both in classroom as well as in the field.  It requires attendees to have acquired a suitable field device to run the ATAK software & a compatible radio and/or mesh nodes in order to run communications protocol plug-ins such as OTTO, GOTENNA, HAMMER, & FORWARDER.

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This class will cover the principles of acquiring & building mission & purpose based line gear.  This includes 1st line gear such attire & concealed items, 2nd line gear such as weapon systems, plate carriers, battle or duty belts, chest rigs, & head gear setups, and 3rd line gear such as ruck packs, medic bags, bug out bags, & survival kits.  This course is administered in a classroom setting & students will be presented with a large and inclusive array of tactical & survival gear.


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Here we will teach students about the proper gear usage for basic climbing, rappelling, & abseiling techniques.  This course is suitable for all attendees over the age of 16.  We will go over rope basics & knot tying, harnesses & rappelling gear, & the safety factors to be taken in consideration before engaging in any maneuvers.  At the end of this course students will have a good grasp on the basic concepts of ascending & descending a static & dynamic rope system with the use of minimum gear.


A knife has always been one of the most important tools in any combat situation.  This course covers
stances, movements, strikes, blocks and demonstrates the most crucial elements of knife tactics, the psychological aspect of edged weapon combat, and types of injuries and wounds that knives can inflict.  This course will cover lethal and less than lethal knife employment & techniques.

The goal of this course is to encourage students to present the same or similar responses with minor corrections, on a large number of different situations.  To adapt the same technique & response to a large variety of attacks, It is extremely difficult & almost impossible to learn and automatize different techniques for a specific situation.   Using a number of techniques applied in the same manner, trainees can adapt to different attacks with emphasis on using gross motor skills which are dominant under stress.  Students will learn how to survive and prevail anytime, anywhere, with any weapon.

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This training methodolgy, taken from the principles of the MACP program, along with Judo & Akido inspired concepts, has been adapted & created to offer a hand-to-hand combatives course that is tailored especially for extreme close quarters combat in tactical scenarios.  This is not sport fighting or anything resembling rule restricted martial arts, or even control & subdue tactics.  This is straight to the point combatives of overcoming & neutralizing an enemy combatant in the most effective & quickest way possible.  We instruct our students on how to employ tactics that work while under the load of gear, equipment, & weapons & how to effectively utilize an enemy's gear against them.  Strong emphasis is given to body position, leverage, & center of gravity control, and while striking is not a large part of this course, there are certain elements that are taught for very specific scenarios.  Remember this is not bar fight, cage fighting, or street brawl training.  We show the concepts to put an attacker down hard in a kill or be killed combat scenario.


This course will cover much of the same topics as our Basic Radio Operation Class, however this training is administered in the field & is presented in the scenarios in which you would utilize radio communications in a tactical combat setting.  This is for those that prefer a more hands on "learn by doing" format.  



Our courses are completely consistent with the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Committee Guidelines (TECC) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care Guidelines (TCCC).  Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) courses introduce evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield.  The specifics of casualty care in the tactical setting will depend on the tactical situation, the injuries sustained by the casualty, the knowledge and skills of the first responder, & the medical equipment at hand. In contrast to a hospital Emergency Department setting where the patient IS the mission, on the battlefield, care of casualties sustained is only PART of the mission.  We recognize this fact & structure our guidelines to accomplish 3 primary goals:
1. Treat the casualty 
2. Prevent additional casualties 
3. Complete the mission


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This course will cover the same topics as our Land Navigation Basics Class, however this training is administered in the field & is presented in the scenarios in which you would utilize land navigation in a tactical combat setting.  Our course is meant to pull you away from reliance on technology and teach you critical map reading & land navigation skills that will prevent you from ever becoming lost and enable you to find yourself easily if you ever do. Not only that, but the ability to navigate confidently and effectively, day or night.  Topics covered are  

basic map reading, understanding and using declination, land navigation by dead reckoning and terrain association, locating unknown points and finding yourself if lost, understanding GPS navigation, navigating with altimeters, The PAUL System of self-mapping, field expedient direction finding, and much more.  This is a physically demanding course. Expect to walk anywhere from 5-15km per day with additional night iterations of 3-6km. Due to the roving nature of this course, all gear must be carried during the navigation exercises since you will likely not stay in the same base camp each night.


This course covers the ideology & principles of the MMI Tactical three condition guidelines, and how to create real world action plans based on each condition, as well as general preparation skills for a wide variety of emergency situations the common American citizen could find themselves in.  This includes small localized short minor events such as weather disasters & power outages, all the way to major catastrophes such as war on the homeland or civil breakdown & martial law.  We breakdown the essentials for each condition & provide knowledge on how to prioritize, adapt, & overcome any situation you may ever be faced with.


We will discuss the specific needs of your bug-out-bag or survival kit and how to best assemble one. Learn to prioritize the six elements of survival and gear up for emergency preparedness in both the urban and wilderness settings. See things for what they can be, not just for what they are.  You will learn vital skills such as: first aid, shelter preparation, fire building, water collection & purification, signaling, gathering & processing & storing food, and many other aspects of primitive survival skills, & the ways that modern survival tools can be utilized to make tasks easier.  We will touch on the "weight vs function" rule & how many items have a multitude of uses for a skilled bush craftsman.


This course provides realistic rope techniques that are not only consistent with real-world operations, but also effective and usable on structures which do not provide the “perfect rappel tower” setting. We believe in using teaching methods which provide an overall understanding of the subject, rather than just rappelling down a rappel tower repeatedly. This approach to high-angle instruction ensures that each student has viable options in a variety of environments, allowing students to utilize the most appropriate technique in a given situation.  By incorporating & adapting the everyday skills & techniques used by technical rescue personnel, cavers, climbers, and other rope professionals, MMI's program is geared specifically for tactical combat utilization & rapid emergency descent situations.


This course provides the basic principles & concepts of Active Shooter Response to all first responders, public & private sector facility officials, and vigilant law abiding civilians with nationally recognized procedures for personal safety, situational awareness, and general knowledge of current and continuing activities to detect, deter, and mitigate active shooter incidents, applicable to all businesses, government and education facilities, faith-based facilities, and large public gathering areas.  This class is administered almost entirely in a classroom setting, but also has some interactive & hands on elements throughout it.

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