Operating Near Extreme Stress Drills
Application of tourniquet and proper deployment sidearm while engaging static/swinging target under near extreme stress.
Duration: 8 Hours = 2 Hour Class/Referesher Training - 1 Hour Lunch - 5 Hour Course
Type(s): Advanced, Scenario Based Training
Instructor: Advance Defense Assessment Preparation Team (A.D.A.P.T) - Jeremy Mitchell View Bio
Operating Near Extreme Stress Drills (ONES-Drills) will take the shooter to a heightened and close to realistic level of stress in a simulate tactical situation as they apply the Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT) and deploy their weapon engaging static/swinging targets with an 80% accuracy. Shooter completing the exercise/training with a minimum of 80% will receive the “Enhanced Resilience Under Active Armed Engagement” certificate.
Students will be taken to a physical and mental stress level that is above the adverage for most training provided. If the student has any medical or physical conditions that may be impacted by high levels of stress or physical activity they will need ot let the course manager and instructor know. All medical conditions or information provided will not be shared with any party or stored in any system/files.
The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.
The instructor requires a copy of your CCW permit once you register.
1. Semi automatic pistol
2. Minumum of two clips - Required
3. Minumum of 200 rounds of applicable ammunition
4. Hearing Protection - Required
5. Eye Protection (Will be worn at all times) - Required
6. Change of cloths and large towl is recomeded.
1. Basic Shooters Safety
2. Refresher on Seven Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting
3. How to read and translate the 25 meter feed back target.
4. Using ONES Drill process shooter is required to do the following four tasks;
a. Recite the seven (7) fundamentals of pistol shooting throughout training event,
b. Properly deploy and apply the CAT system to the Simulated Combat Application Tourniquet Training System (SCATTS),
c. Properly deploy and apply the CAT system to Self (Dominate/Shooting Arm),
d. Properly deploy and engage static/swinging target.
Expectations and Outcomes
Shooter is required to properly apply the CAT system to the SCATTS stopping/slowing the flow of simulated blood. Shooter is required to properly apply the CAT system to their strong/dominate arm as instructed. Shooter is required to properly deploy their weapon system as instructed and engage static/swing target with 80% accuracy.
Shooter completing the exercise/training with a minimum of 80% will receive the “Enhanced Resilience Under Active Armed Engagement” certificate.
There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.