We are so thrilled to have John McPhee, Sergeant Major (Ret) US Army Ranger, 7th Special Forces Group and Special Missions Unit Operator coming to the 2015 Connecticut SWAT Challenge to teach a fantastic CQB in Urban Operations Class. To register, and read more, please click here. Space is very limited.
The sniper course, instructed by Patrol Sergeant Jay Pedro, is limited to 14 students and costs $150. It will be almost entirely "in the field" at a location to be disclosed only to attendees. The location is not a standard range and it will challenge the best snipers undoubtedly. To register, and read more about Sgt. Pedro, please click here. Space is also very limited.
As you all know, we never rest on our laurels so expect some explosive surprises and new twists for the 2015 Connecticut SWAT Challenge. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for hints and updates on the event. Look for us as CT SWAT Challenge!
Welcome To the Connecticut SWAT Challenge
For many years in the tactical community in the Northeast, SWAT Operators have spoken of the importance of having joint SWAT training and SWAT competitions. The intrinsic value of SWAT Challenges can be measured on a variety of levels. Tactics, movement techniques, equipment trends, professional contacts, inter-agency familiarization, fitness levels and shooting proficiency are just a few of the areas that can be positively impacted by a SWAT Challenge. But in spite of the overwhelming need for SWAT challenges, as well as the immeasurable benefit of them, there are only a small number across the United States ... [Read More]