Military + International Training

North American Eagle L.L.C together with its partner company CQT is offering the following Military and International Training:

Special Forces Course
(12 weeks)
• Special forces preparation course.
• Special forces qualification couse.
• Basic commando training.
• Small unit tactics.
• MOS training (engineers, weapons and sniper
training, communication, medical training, SF
intelligence and operational SF planning.
• Special operations phase.
• MOUT course.
• Asymmetric warfare phase.
• Waterborne operations.
• Robin SAGE phase
• SERE (Survival, Evasion, Resistance, Escape
Methodology) and interrogation phase. E&E
training.

Commando course
(5 weeks)
• Commando Assessment and Selection
Program (RASP).
• Basic Combat Training (BCT).
Advanced Individual Training (AIT).
• Advanced infantry tactics.
• Small unit tactics.
• MOUT operation training.
• Waterborne operations.
• Combat self defense training.
• Marksmanship training phase.
• Medical proficiency and mobility phase.
• Combat engineer phase.
• Survival phase.


Special Operations Course (3 weeks)
Level 1 (1-6 man team),
Level 2 (6-12 man team including sniper
support and explosive breaching).
• Introduction to advanced room clearing
techniques.
• Basic & advanced CQB.
• Basics of stealth and dynamic entries.
• Clearing in limited visibility.
• Clearing under stress.
• Tactical use of flashlight and laser in buildings.
• Silent communications & silent/noisy
approach.
• Tactical planning, tactics and situational
awareness.
• Single level building techniques.
• Multi-level techniques, stairs and multiple
entries.
• Tactical rappelling.
• Urban village, multi-building operations.
• 1-6 man team room clearing tactics.
• 1-6 man team multiple room clearing tactics.
• 6-12 man team multiple floor clearing TTPs.
• Evacuation procedures during CQB.
• Hostage negotiations.
• Three dimensional approaching and
controlling techniques.
• Sniper team support during CQB.
• Tactical breaching.
• Tactical handcuffing techniques.
• Method of dealing with hostile dogs.
• Tactics and techniques during low visibility
operations.

Basic Military Sniper Course
(2 weeks)
This is a fundamental sniper course which teaches
the student the ABC’s of sniping and it is designed
as a platform from which you can evolve into a
operational sniper.
Our Mission is to train infantry, Marine, and SOF
type units in sniper techniques and operational
procedures necessary to deliver precision rifle
fire from concealed position to selected targets in
support of CT missions.
• Stalking.
• Range estimation.
• Sniper marksmanship.
• Shooting.
• Observation (From a cam/con position/
question/investigate).
• Judging Distance (Mental note/low-high tech).
• Navigation (Traveling concealed).
• Camouflage and Concealment (Own/unit
safety).
• Stalking (maneuver into position of
advantage).
• Field-shooting.
• KIM Games.
• Sniper Mission.
• Written Exam.


MOUT Sniper Course (2 weeks)
• Sniper missions in Urban Terrain (UT).
• Sniper mission Planning.
• Building urban hides.
• Infiltration and exfiltration to/from hide side
urban hides.
• Camouflage techniques in UT.
• Sniper techniques in urban hides.
• Urban JD – wind estimation.
• Communications – target indication.
• Angle shooting.
• Glass shooting.

Alpine Sniper Course (1 week)
• Winter survival factors.
• Shooting in high altitude angles.
• Shooting in long distances in rough terrain.
• Environmental factors during shooting.
• Camouflage, concealment and escape.

Special Operations Sniper Course.
(1 week)
• Sniper SOF mission planning.
• Target analysis.
• Sniper operation order.
• Weapons and equipment camouflage.
• Intelligence gathering and reporting.
• Observation off the ground.
• Judging distances.
• Correcting for environmental factors.
• Sketching and sniper logs.
• Stalking, sniper hides and loopholes.


Subterranean/Cave Warfare Course
(1 week)
• Planning considerations.
• Intelligence preparations of the battlefield.
• Targeting, Find, Fix, Finish, Exploit, Analyze,
Disseminate.
• Movement outside and inside the caves.
• Avoiding booby traps.
• Climbing and rappelling skills.
• Shooting inside a cave.
• Communications.
• Medical procedures and considerations in such operations and sniper support.
• Rescue operations.

Basic Executive Protection Course
(1 week)
• PSD Tactical Shooting.
• Basic security detail formation.
• Personal security detail operations.
• Advance security detail techniques.
• Close protection techniques.
• Security formation techniques.
• Arrival and departure techniques.
• Convoy operations for a security detail.
• Evacuation techniques.
• Surveillance, counter surveillance, and
surveillance detection techniques.
• Tactical and evasive driving.
• Defensive tactics.
• Personnel rescue and recovery.
• Tactical medicine techniques.
• Situational awareness measures.
• Personal protection of the home, office,
vehicle, and aircraft techniques.

Advanced Executive Protection Course for Military Units (6 weeks)
• Full formation protection team techniques.
• CAT team support.
• Counter ambush techniques.
• Advanced executive protection shooting.
• Surveillance, counter surveillance,
• Tactical and evasive driving while shooting.
• Defensive tactics live fire.
• Personnel rescue and recovery.
• Personal security detail operations.
• Arrival and departure techniques.
• Advance security detail techniques
• Security formation techniques.
• Convoy operations for a security detail.
• Surveillance detection and prevention techniques.
• Close quarter battle techniques.
• Tactical medicine techniques.


Operators Driving Course
(1 week)
• Maneuvering vehicles for arrivals and departures.
• Unit responding to ambushes during mobile operations.
• Barricade breaching.
• Escape maneuvers.
• High-speed convoy.
• Escape procedures in high threat and low threat environments.
• Transferring principles from down vehicles.
• Driving with non-mobilized vehicles through multiple drills.
• Attack scenarios.

Defensive & Precision Driving
• High speed driving.
• Proper placement on the road in close proximity driving at high speed.
• Counter ambush techniques.
• Down driver drills.
• Low light and no light driving.
• Vehicle commandeering and mobility.
• Vehicle recovery.
• Confined space fighting techniques.
• Weapon stabilization techniques.
• Precision immobilization technique (PIT).

Off-Road Driving
• Angles of approach & departure.
• Reading terrain.
• Recovery techniques.
• Road building using momentum on multiple surfaces.


Hostage Rescue Course (Aircraft, Train,Bus, Ship, Van, Car) (4 weeks)

Bus Operations
• Introduction to tubular assaults stationary bus.
• Channeling and immobilizing bus.
• Interdiction points.
• Blocking vehicle.
• Stop sticks/road spikes.
• Diversion team.
• Tactical entry.
• Sharpshooter coverage in support of clearing.
• Deliberate evacuation tactics.
• Stronghold assault.
• Open air assault.
• Basic passenger vehicle assault.
• Demonstrate the techniques used by the ladder
teams.
• Demonstrate the techniques of the entry team.
• Demonstrate mobile assault options.

Tubular Assaults/Train Operations
• Long-range passenger regional, metro rail
systems.
• Entrance doors, hydraulic or manual.
• Type of window glasses.
• Cockpit engin bridge.
• Aisle confluences, galleys and seating areas.
• Tactical priorities for tubular targets.
• Track operations.
• Engine operations.
• Emergency shut off.
• Common bridge points.
• Sniper support.
• Evacuation tactics.
• Medical considerations.

Maritime Operations
• Approaching a vessel.
• Stopping a vessel.
• Boarding a vessel.
• Boarding techniques.
• Room and compartments clearing.
• Firearm use in a marine environment.
• Sniper team support.
• Medical emergencies and procedures.
• Equipment recommendations.
• High threat vessel take down.
• Helicopter operations/coordination communication
& integration.


Tactical rappelling course
(1 week)
• Rappel/abseiling training course is
designed to provide participants with rappel, rappel master, and pilot techniques to perform rappel insertion missions.
• Each section of this syllabus is
designed to help the student achieve proficiency, standardization, and safety in the performance of tactical or rescue operations via rappelling methods.
• This training program syllabus will be used to qualify the customer’s tactical rappel team to deploy to remote access and/or urban environments.
• This course may be conducted in
conjunction with fast rope course as well in coordination with live fire shooting during a real scenarios.

Tradecraft
• Discreet surveillance.
• Multi-cultural blending.
• Difference between detectable and non detectable
movement.
• Gaining trust and confidence.
• Target pack creation.
• Subtle intel gathering techniques.
HUMINT
• Understanding behavioral traits.
• Understanding human response.
• Recognizing and predicting human patterns.

Master Breacher Program (1 week)
• Covers procedures on assault breaching, explosive, thermal, ballistic and mechanical/
manual breaching. covering doors, walls, windows, gates, roofs and floors.
• Techniques, tactics and procedures on conventional and SOF breaching and demolitions along with improvised explosives
and HME.
• Charge building covering Net Explosive Weight (NEW) Minimum Safe Distances
(MSD) Minimum Safe Fragmentation (MSF) and Collateral Damage Assessments (CDA)
• Explosive theory, overpressure, residual pressure, and reflective pressure.


High Explosive Operator Course
• Properties of energetic materials.
• Calculations of minimum safe distance.
• Fragmentation distance and over pressure.
• Target analysis.
• Charge types.
• Charge construction.
• Hasty and deliberate briefs.
• Storage requirements.
• Exposure to basic tactics, techniques, and
procedures.

Command and Control Course
(3 days)
• Concepts of command, management, and
leadership.
• Tactical intelligence requirements.
• Intelligence and operational checklists.
• Contingency planning.
• Leader’s reconnaissance (practical
exercise).
• Tactical leadership and organizational responsibilities.
• Principles of tactical planning.
• Command and control of a patrol and special units.
• Deployment planning.
• Deliberate and crisis action planning.
• warning/supplemental/operational orders.
• Operations order practical (exercise barricaded subject).

Counter-terrorism in the Middle East (12 weeks)
During this course participants will gain valuable insight into the thinking behind the Global Jihad
and its manifestations here in the USA. This course will introduce US officers to the various critical issues of the Middle East and prepare them for critical analysis of the concepts that have the greatest impact upon the interests and national security policies of the United States. Among the issues that will be addressed are practical
tips for law enforcement and security personnel in detecting, preventing and responding to acts
of terror, and a clear explanation of the reasons for the Global Jihad. From the formative phases
of the Islamic religion to distinctive profiles of domestic and international terror groups. This
course is a must in order to understand the culture of Jihad and the threat it offers to the USA
and its interests.


Close Quarter Battle Combat Course (4 weeks)
• This course is composed with the most advanced shooting, movements, and tactics used in open areas and urban terrain.
• It is one the most advanced courses used by NATO SOF in recent years in combat operations in Iraq (2003-2011) in Syria (2014-2018) and Afghanistan (2001-2018).
• It teaches from a single operator, 4-6 operators, to the whole ODA (12 man team) in various shooting and moving techniques.
• Part of the course is also medical emergency procedures in the battlefield and evacuation techniques.

Close Protection
• Site analysis.
• Pre-deployment preparation.
• Security checks.
• Weapons handling.
• Team movement.
• Combatives/edged weapons.
• Combatives with principle

Improvised Medicine & Personal
Security for Single & Small Group
Operations

• Improvised medicine.
• Personal security measures improvised tools/edged weapons.
• Personal security measures defeating human
restraints. With certified curriculum developers and instructors
from numerous backgrounds on staff, CQT can build a program to your specifications whether it


Edged Weapons
• Offensive and defensive edged weapon
use.
• Manipulate the edged weapon.
• Diffuse single/multiple attackers.
• Close quarters grappling engagements.

Counter/Anti-Terrorism
• Target hardening.
• Command and control.
• Damage mitigation.
• Local security.
• Medical services.
• Combative actions against terrorist threats.

Air Services
CQT currently provides conversion training from the King Air B200 to the King Air 350 aircrafts. These training regimens can be
specific your needs but may include ground school instruction, Mission Sorties using desktop trainers and/or devices, Mission
Sorties focused on Clearhood Maneuvers, and Mission Sorties focused on Instrument
Maneuvers.