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CQB INSTRUCTOR COURSE- DAN BROKOS WITH LEAD FAUCET TACTICAL
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Lead Faucet Tactical Close Quarters Battle Course is an Basic to Intermediate course focusing on the fundamentals of CQB, Speed, Surprise and Violence of Action. Course focuses on building blocks of CQB specifically the actions of a 4-5-man Assault cell and how they clear multiple rooms as well as the administrative knowledge on safely executing CQB training.

3/18/2020 to 3/20/2020
When: Wednesday, March 18, 2020
8:00 AM
Where: 1500 blk Of Kings Road
Garland, Texas  75042
United States
Contact: Brandon Hernandez


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Lead Faucet Tactical along with TTPOA Region 7 will be hosting a 3 day Tactical Close Quarters Battle Course. The course will be instructed by Dan Brokos.

 

Dan Brokos

Dan is a recently retired SF SGM with 26 years of service, 21 of which were in the

SF community. He has multiple deployments to Bosnia, Kosovo, Africa,

Iraq and Afghanistan all conducting Direct Action Mission involving the art of CQB

and the ability to provide surgical firepower with a carbine and pistol. Dan

has held positions of Assault Team Leader, directly responsible for the

training and conduct of missions for over 100 Mad Direct Action Company.

 

Dan’s training history:

Over his 21 year career in FS, Dan only took two breaks from direct action and

those breaks were to teach at the SF schoolhouse. He was the head trainer for

SF Advanced CQB and Shooting School. He was responsible for training 208 Green

Berets a year in the arts of shooting and CQB. He returned four years later to serve

as the SGM for the SF Advanced CQB and Shooting school and SF sniper

course. He was responsible for the Assault training of 208 Green Berets and

160 SF and Ranger Snipers training a year. Dan has also been regularly

conducting training for various military and Law Enforcement Agencies since

2008 and currently holds position on the board of advisers for NLEFIA (National

Law Enforcement and Firearms Instruction Association).

LFT Mission Statement:

To impart relevant knowledge revolving around the employment of your weapons

in a variety of realistic training scenarios.

 

What LFT Offers:

Lead Faucet Tactical offers relevant and realistic gunfighting in a variety of courses

focusing around fighting with your carbine and pistol in both day and nighttime

conditions. We offer marksmanship and CQB courses for LE, Military and Civilians

of all experience levels to increase shooting performance or as CEO Dan

Brokos says “Take the thinking our of fighting”

 

CQB COURSE

Lead Faucet Tactical (LFT) Close Quarters Battle Course is an Basic to Intermediate course focusing on the fundamentals of CQB, Speed, Surprise and Violence of Action. Course focuses on building blocks of CQB specifically the actions

of a 4-5-man Assault cell and how they clear multiple rooms Performance Objectives:

Shooters will be able to reiterate verbally specific knowledge pertaining to the class when asked. The shooter will be able to successfully demonstrate the duties and responsibilities of an Assault cell as well as the individual duties for the 1,2,3, and 4 men.

 

Method of Instruction:

LFT uses the crawl, walk, run methodology with all weapon techniques and tactics, fundamentals and drills covered will be thoroughly explained and demonstrated prior to shooter application. Pro-timer and Shooter relay races will be used to provide the competition spirit and self induced stress replication.

Fundamentals Covered during CQB Course: Duties and responsibilities of the

assault cell, duties and responsibilities of the 1,2,3, and 4 men, actions upon entry for the 1 man, room clearing techniques for multiple rooms, opposing threats, breaching techniques if applicable, hallway procedures, intersection procedures, foyer procedures, stairwell procedures, priority of work inside a room, contingencies in a CQB environment, shooting and moving and how it applies to

CQB.

 

EQUIPMENT NEEDED:
Carbine:with Simms or UTM bolt  This is not a Live Fire CQB class
Carbine with sling and Optic of choice, Iron sights are suitable
as well. BUIS, Light or laser if applicable. 4 magazines, and
600 rounds,, SIMMS,UTM or other marking round


Pistol:
Pistol of choice, iron sight or red dot, 4 magazines, 300 rounds
  , SIMMS ,UTM or other marking round
Additional Equipment:
Eye and Ear Pro, gloves, battle belt with holster, body armor
if applicable, inclement weather clothing, flashlight and
laser if it is a night course, pen and paper and a GREAT
ATTITUDE

Additional Equipment:

Eye and Ear Pro, gloves, battle belt

with holster, body armor if applicable,

inclement weather clothing, flashlight

and laser if it is a night course, pen

and paper and a GREAT ATTITUDE!

 

Officer Reviews:

Myself and four team members attended a TTPOA sponsored Lead Faucet Tactical 3 day CQB Instructor Course in early November 2019. I have over twenty three years of tactical experience and have gone through numerous training courses and certifications throughout my career. This three-day structural problem-solving / CQB course ranks among the best I have ever attended. Lead instructor, Dan Brokos, comes with decades of SOF experience deploying and instructing tactical applications to real world tactical problems. The training evolution consists of proven tactics that have been evaluated and tested through thousands of hours of training and operational lessons learned throughout the Global War on Terror. The instruction and training environment is delivered in a clear through manner taking the time to explain the “why” behind the tactic.  The training progression and time management is what clearly stood out within this course. As the course progress the tactics advance, however the principles remain the same allowing a team to build foundational tactics based on principles, context while encouraging initiative based tactics. There is not a lot of down time in the course, the time is spent doing runs with your team. We found ourselves doing a run, debriefing with Dan, debriefing as a team, reloading mags and we were on deck for another run. Great time management and maximizing reps. This course identified some failure points of our current clearing tactic and triggered a review of our TTP’s. This course also highlights the importance of having the ability to process information quickly and then acting appropriately. Students must be thinkers before they are shooters. I highly recommend any training course given by LFT. The LE operational environment is constantly evolving and attending courses like these test your current tactics and provide proven solutions which is essential to our evolution as law enforcement professionals.

 

David Ramirez

Deputy US Marshal

Team Leader

Joint East Texas Fugitive Taskforce

 

 

COST FOR THE CLASS IS $700.00

 

Hotel information

Hyatt Place Dallas/Garland

 5101 North President George Bush Highway

 

Registration must be done on-line.Payment should be made to TTPOA.  Credit card payment is strongly recommended. . Inquiries regarding the course, payment or other questions can be directed to  hernandezb@garlandtx.gov.   All fees are due by 3/12/20.  There will be no refunds for cancellations after that date.

 


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