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Keystone Dynamic Solutions

3 DAY LEO Only Course - December 13th, 14th, 15th . Panthera Training Old Field West Virginia.

3 DAY LEO Only Course - December 13th, 14th, 15th . Panthera Training Old Field West Virginia.

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3-Day LEO Course Overview

Day 1: Close Quarters Battle (CQB) Training

  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Overview: This segment provides a comprehensive introduction to the core skills of CQB. Participants will learn a fundamentals-based approach to tactically approaching enclosures, entering, processing, and clearing spaces, and applying appropriate tactics based on contextual scenarios. The training covers various types of hallways and the processing of targets and occupants, focusing on practical and repeatable skills that enhance tactical capabilities. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to engage in live fire exercises inside a shoot house, providing a realistic and immersive training experience. 
  • Free Lodging is provided upon request. If interested, once the course is purchased please contact us to make these reservations. We have onsite kitchen, showers, WIFI, and power.

Detailed Breakdown:

  • Tactical Approaches to Enclosures: Learn how to approach different types of enclosures strategically, considering factors such as visibility, cover, and potential entry points.
  • Entry Techniques: Master various entry methods, including dynamic and deliberate entries, ensuring swift and safe penetration of enclosed spaces.
  • Room Clearing: Develop skills in clearing single rooms, multi-room structures, and complex layouts, focusing on effective team coordination and communication.
  • Context-Based Tactics: Understand how to adapt tactics based on situational variables, such as the presence of hostiles, hostages, or civilians, ensuring appropriate responses in diverse scenarios.
  • Hallway Navigation: Identify and clear different types of hallways, including T-junctions, L-shaped corridors, and straight hallways, using appropriate movement techniques to minimize exposure and maximize safety.
  • Target Processing: Learn to accurately identify and engage threats while distinguishing between hostile and non-hostile occupants, ensuring precise and ethical use of force.
  • Live Fire Exercises: Engage in live fire exercises inside a shoot house to apply learned CQB tactics in a controlled but realistic environment, enhancing practical skills and confidence under live fire conditions.

Key Skills Developed:

  • Tactical movement
  • Situational assessment
  • Decision-making
  • Room clearing
  • Team coordination and communication
  • Target identification
  • Live fire proficiency

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the principles and fundamentals of enclosure clearing tactics.
  • Successfully enter, clear, and secure an enclosure.
  • Identify and clear the three types of hallways.
  • Correctly identify and prosecute threats and non-threats during the clearing process.
  • Safely and effectively engage in live fire exercises within a shoot house environment.

End State: Students will gain a solid foundation of practical and repeatable CQB skills, enabling them to effectively handle enclosed spaces and enhance their tactical capabilities. They will also gain confidence and proficiency in live fire scenarios within a shoot house setting.

Day 2: Tactical Medicine Level One

  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Overview: This course teaches the basics of providing initial lifesaving care in a limited tactical environment using only tools at your disposal. Students will learn how to stop bleeding, maintain a patent airway, treat wounds that affect respirations, check for adequate circulation, prevent hypothermia, move and evacuate the wounded, and perform CPR and use an AED.

Detailed Breakdown:

  • Massive Hemorrhage Control: Learn techniques to effectively stop life-threatening bleeding using tourniquets, pressure dressings, and hemostatic agents.
  • Airway Management: Gain skills to maintain a patent airway through methods such as head-tilt-chin-lift, jaw-thrust maneuvers, and the use of airway adjuncts.
  • Respiratory Interventions: Understand how to treat wounds that affect breathing, including the use of chest seals and needle decompression for tension pneumothorax.
  • Circulatory Assessment: Learn to check for adequate circulation, identify signs of shock, and provide appropriate interventions.
  • Hypothermia Prevention: Understand techniques to prevent hypothermia in casualties, including the use of warming blankets and minimizing exposure.
  • Casualty Movement: Master techniques for safely moving and evacuating wounded individuals from tactical environments to safer locations for further treatment.
  • CPR and AED Use: Learn to perform CPR and effectively use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) in emergency situations.
  • Shock Management: Identify, treat, and prevent hypovolemic shock, ensuring proper fluid resuscitation and monitoring.
  • Blood Pressure Monitoring: Learn to read and monitor blood pressure on a casualty, an essential skill for assessing circulatory status.

Key Skills Developed:

  • Emergency medical response
  • Trauma care
  • Casualty management
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Life-saving interventions
  • Mass casualty situation management

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the principles and fundamentals of emergency care in a tactical environment.
  • Provide care and interventions within the MARCH framework (Massive Hemorrhage, Airway, Respirations, Circulation, Hypothermia).
  • Safely move a casualty without causing further harm.
  • Perform CPR and use an AED confidently and effectively.
  • Identify, treat, and prevent hypovolemic shock.
  • Accurately read and monitor blood pressure on a casualty.

End State: Students will have a solid understanding of emergency care principles in a tactical environment and be able to provide lifesaving interventions within the MARCH framework.

Day 3: Pistol and Rifle Training

  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Overview: The course begins with an initial assessment of each shooter's baseline skills. The training delves into a detailed breakdown of key shooting fundamentals, including stance, grip, trigger manipulation, target transitions, weapon transitions, and shooting on the move. Through a series of demonstrations and courses of fire, participants will deepen their understanding of shooting techniques and push their performance to identify and improve their failure points.

Detailed Breakdown:

  • Initial Assessment: Evaluate each shooter’s baseline skills to tailor the training to their needs.
  • Handgun Fundamentals: Focus on stance, grip, sight alignment, trigger control, and follow-through for pistol shooting.
  • Rifle Fundamentals: Cover proper stance, grip, sight alignment, trigger control, and follow-through for rifle shooting.
  • Handgun and Rifle Drills: Practice specific drills to reinforce fundamentals and improve precision and accuracy.
  • Shooting on the Move: Learn techniques for engaging targets while moving, maintaining accuracy and control.
  • Combined Skills Drills: Integrate all learned skills into comprehensive drills to simulate real-world shooting scenarios.
  • Final Assessment: Re-evaluate each shooter’s skills to measure progress and provide feedback.

Key Skills Developed:

  • Precision shooting
  • Weapon handling
  • Dynamic movement
  • Situational shooting
  • Performance under stress

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand different shooting styles and when to apply them.
  • Conduct personal assessments to identify strengths and areas for improvement.
  • Master the basic techniques for effective rifle and pistol shooting.
  • Participate in structured courses of fire to apply learned skills.
  • Quickly and efficiently clear stoppages and malfunctions.
  • Develop the ability to accurately engage targets while moving.

Scheme of Maneuver:

  • Student Arrival/Admin Time: Welcome and administrative tasks.
  • Student Introduction/Safety Brief: Introduce participants and conduct a comprehensive safety briefing.
  • Individual Assessment: Assess each shooter’s baseline skills.
  • Handgun Fundamentals: Instruction and drills on pistol shooting basics.
  • Rifle Fundamentals: Instruction and drills on rifle shooting basics.
  • Handgun Drills: Practice exercises to reinforce handgun fundamentals.
  • Rifle Drills: Practice exercises to reinforce rifle fundamentals.
  • Break for Lunch (1hr or Student Preference): Lunch break with flexibility based on student preference.
  • Shooting on the Move Demo: Demonstration of techniques for shooting while moving.
  • Shooting on the Move Drills: Practical exercises to practice shooting on the move.
  • Combined Skills Drills: Drills that integrate all skills learned throughout the course.
  • Final Individual Assessment: Re-assess each shooter to evaluate progress and provide feedback.

End State: Participants will achieve a higher level of performance, demonstrating improved shooting skills and a deeper understanding of the fundamentals. They will leave with the knowledge and confidence to continue their development and pass on their skills to others, enhancing overall proficiency and safety.

Essential Gear:

  • Eye and Ear Protection: Ensure proper protection for eyes and ears during training activities.
  • Full Kit with Pouches: Includes tactical gear with pouches for storing equipment and magazines.
  • Pants: Suitable tactical or durable pants for comfort and mobility.
  • Shirts: Short or long sleeve combat tops or similar for varying weather conditions.
  • Magazines: Minimum of 4 magazines each for pistol and rifle.
  • Helmet or Cap: Headgear for protection and comfort during training.
  • Eye Protection (Eye Pro): Protective eyewear for safety.
  • Gloves: Tactical or durable gloves for handling firearms and equipment.
  • Belt with Holster and Pouches: Belt setup with holster for pistol and additional pouches for magazines and gear.
  • Weapons Maintenance Gear: Tools and supplies for maintaining firearms during training.
  • IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) with Med Gear: Essential first aid kit with medical supplies for emergencies. Participants may also bring additional medical gear if desired.
  • Note-Taking Gear: Pen, notebook, or other tools for taking notes during training.
  • Closed-Toe Shoes: Sturdy, closed-toe footwear suitable for outdoor and tactical environments.

Optional Gear:

  • Night Vision: Night vision devices for enhanced visibility in low-light conditions.
  • PID Lights: Portable identification lights for signaling or tactical use.

Additional Notes:

  • Ensure all gear is properly maintained and packed before the start of the course.
  • Prepare for varying weather conditions and potential changes in mission requirements.


Lodging Options Provided by Panthera Training LLC

Panthera Training LLC offers a range of lodging options to accommodate students during their training sessions. These include:

1. Townhouses:

  • Private and Semi-Private Townhouses:
    • Individual or shared bedrooms.
    • Private bathrooms.
    • Kitchenettes or full kitchens.
    • Living areas with comfortable seating.
    • Heating and air conditioning.

2. Partner Hotels:

  • Nearby Partner Hotels:
    • Comfortable hotel rooms with standard amenities.
    • Special rates for Panthera Training participants.
    • Complimentary breakfast at select hotels.
    • Shuttle service to and from the training facility (where available).

Participants can choose the lodging option that best suits their needs, ensuring a comfortable stay while they focus on their training. For reservations and more information, please contact Panthera Training LLC directly.

Course Instructors:

Mitchell McSherry 

Nathaniel Kavakich

Alex Mattes

Student Responsibilities

Students are responsible for bringing their own food and water to the course. While we will have water available on site, please ensure you have adequate provisions to stay nourished and hydrated throughout the training.

Class Entry Requirement

All students must present valid Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) credentials to gain entry to the class. This ensures that only authorized individuals participate in our specialized training sessions. Please have your LEO credentials ready for verification upon arrival. Failure to provide valid credentials will result in denial of entry to the class.

Refund Policy

Our refund policy is structured as follows, based on the timing of cancellation:

  • Full Refund: A full refund will be issued if the cancellation request is received more than 14 days before the start of the course.

  • Partial Refund: A partial refund of 50% of the course fee will be issued if the cancellation request is received between 7 to 14 days before the start of the course.

  • No Refund: No refund will be issued if the cancellation request is received less than 7 days before the start of the course or if the participant does not show up for the course.

Please note:

  • Refunds will be processed to the original payment method.
  • All refund requests must be made in writing via email to our enrollment team.
  • Refunds may take up to 14 days to process.
  • In cases where the course is canceled by us due to unforeseen circumstances or failure to meet the minimum enrollment requirement, a full refund will be issued automatically.

We appreciate your understanding and adherence to our refund policy. For any questions or clarifications, please contact our enrollment team.

Training Eligibility Requirement

Keystone Dynamics Solutions reserves the right to refuse training to individuals based on specific eligibility criteria. Our training courses are exclusively available to United States citizens. We do not provide training to non-U.S. citizens, individuals with felony convictions, or those with similar disqualifying statuses.

To ensure compliance with this policy, all applicants must provide proof of U.S. citizenship and may be subject to background checks. This requirement is in place to maintain the security, integrity, and effectiveness of our training programs. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in adhering to these guidelines.

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