Tactical Maritime Breaching- Basic/ Intermediate

Duration: 5 Day Hands-on Course HOST A COURSE
Course Code: FE-TBC112
Cost: $1550.00


This course is geared toward law enforcement and military personnel who wish to gain the knowledge and expertise necessary to conduct tactical breaching operations in maritime environments. The training is specially designed to teach participants the necessary skills required to become successful operational breachers and instill within them the knowledge and physical capabilities to deploy these skills in real-world situations.

The 5 day hands-on training will take students from the basic/ beginning level of maritime breaching and gradually progress them into intermediate materials.   A great emphasis is given to the real-life applications of breaching skills and methods under various tactical conditions.  Students will be taught, drilled, and tested in all applicable breaching disciplines and their aspects to include: target analysis, proper tool/ breaching method selection, correct deployment, tactical considerations, breacher responsibilities and safety concerns, contingency plans, and various issues pertaining to liability. 

 Course Prerequisites:
  • Restricted to Fully Commissioned/ Sworn U.S. Law Enforcement Officers, Government Agents, and Active Military Personnel.

Target Audience:
  • Personnel whose experience within their agency/ entity surpasses entry level positions
  • Sufficient tenure remaining in their current or future position to allow for the application of course material upon their return
  • Assigned to one of the following positions within their respective agency/entity:
    • Member of tactical team, emergency response unit
    • Member of Bomb Tech/ EOD unit
    • Member of other specialized unit which requires operational knowledge and capacities in the field of explosive breaching
    • Instructor specializing in tactical operations, explosives, breaching methods, or related fields
Topics to be covered:
  • Breacher’s Responsibility in Maritime Environments
  • Breaching Hazards and Challenges
  • Applicable Safety Procedures
  • Selection and Use of Safety Equipment
  • Target Analysis
  • Selection and Use of Breaching Tools and Support  Equipment
  • Maintenance, and Real-Time Trouble Shooting of Breaching and Safety Equipment
  • Tool and Equipment Storage and Deployment
  • Practical Applications of all Applicable Breaching Methods
  • Low Light and Confined Space Operations
  • Tactical Considerations and Deployments
  • Contingencies Plans
  • Mission Intelligence, Planning, Briefing, and Execution