Tactical training is a dynamic and ever-evolving landscape where the ability to adapt and excel in real-world scenarios is of paramount importance. Enhancing the realism in your training is made possible with the Mobile Modular Tactical Training Wall (MTW) by Kontek, a groundbreaking solution designed to revolutionize training for law enforcement, nuclear security, and Department of Defense (DOD) operators. This portable training barrier system holds the key to creating hyper-realistic training environments, providing operators with the skills and experience needed to tackle the challenges they may face in the field. Effective training is not merely a choice but a necessity for those tasked with safeguarding our communities and national security.
Security operators require not only good training techniques but also the proper equipment to prepare for various combat scenarios. There are plenty of tools that will enhance your range training and some are more impactful than others. We’re here to highlight what you should look for when deciding on what to bring with you to the range. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned professional, these tools can both sharpen your skills as well as your decision making.
Range barricades will enhance your tactical training exercises significantly. They provide more realistic conditions much like what you would face in a situation where you must quickly take cover and fire a weapon. The effectiveness of range barricades depends heavily on how they are utilized in training. The key to training with barricades is to acknowledge all mistakes on the range rather than in the field where the consequences are much more costly. The position of your body in conjunction with the position of your weapon and points of contact are the most important factors to look over when using a barricade.
Close Quarters Combat or Close Quarters Battle training involves the preparation of tactical teams for situations where a physical fight with firearms between multiple individuals at a particularly short range may occur. Shoot houses help enhance both the performance of tactical teams and the efficiency of their missions as they are configured to resemble residential, industrial, and commercial areas. Throughout training, ballistic shields can be implemented for various scenarios. Raids, high-risk search warrants, and active shooter situations can be practiced with ballistic shields using both offensive and defensive tactics. There are fundamental CQB principles alongside room clearing and target engagement that are among the most common practices for tactical teams when implementing a ballistic shield in a shoot house.
At Kontek Industries, building a shoot house is as simple as customizing our design and utilizing the proper components that make the right structure for each customer’s needs. One of the key features of our shoot house is the modularity that provides our customers the option to expand, connect, or separate parts in whatever manner they choose. Our designs are primarily made up of a lightweight grid system with proprietary connection but also weather resistant.
Kontek Industry Day is a one-of-a-kind annual event for experts in law enforcement, security and defense personnel, and leaders in the nuclear sectors. We pride ourselves in providing a unique experience that is both informative and exciting for everyone involved. This year’s Industry Day included two days of networking, keynote speakers, and free tactical training open to all law enforcement, military, DOE, & nuclear security forces. Our event was held at the Government Training Institute in Barnwell, SC.
A site security plan is necessary for organizations where criminal acts may occur. Whether it’s a pre-planned criminal act by an employee, a heated encounter between visitors, or a terrorist attack, site security ensures that people and equipment can stay safe until the dangers have been removed from the premises. These plans establish as many protocols as possible before an event happens. Its precautions not only take into account the structure of the facilities and the grounds, but also the individual likelihood of different threats befalling the site. From the least targeted to the most at-risk facilities, having a solid plan can help you keep everything under control even when your staff is in the midst of clear and present danger. We’ll look at how plans work and why site security classes can be the key to helping you implement them.
Can A Ballistic Shield Stop A Bullet: Mobile Ballistic Shields
Ballistic shields come in several levels. Each level stops certain projectiles at certain speeds. Choosing the wrong level of protection means that someone could get severely injured or killed. The level you choose depends on what type of situations you find your officers in on a regular basis. However, more protection denies maneuverability. If you need maneuverability, you sacrifice protection.
Law enforcement and security personnel have ongoing challenges and shoot house training can help them get through some big hurdles and prepare your team. Being able to train correctly to be ready for anything takes time and secure facilities that can mimic what could occur. This type of training should occur in a shoot house where realistic tactics and situations are able to be constructed for the most comparable experiences.
Imagine this – your team is in the midst of a crisis and doesn’t know what to do. In these instances, what do you do? Continue letting the team be vulnerable to these kinds of scenarios, or call a professional firm specializing in tactical training?