Dynamic Incident Response Control Your Inner Fire
Dynamic Incident Response Control Your Inner Fire

Dynamic Incident Response Class Listing

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Dynamic Incident Response - AR-15 and AK Carbine Class

 

 

Duration:  1 day            Price:  $ 250.00

 

THE MISSION of the PATROL RIFLE:
The Patrol Rifle is a force multiplier. The advantages of the rifle / carbine permit a single officer or citizen to effectively deal with multiple adversaries. The Patrol Rifle becomes the primary weapon making the handgun the back-up weapon.

Advantages of the Patrol Rifle / Carbine:
The rifle / carbine are capable of delivering controlled fire out to 100 meters very easily with accurate torso hits. The longer sight radius permits more accurate shots when compared with the handgun. Rifle ammunition have a greater range than the shotgun slug or buckshot. When compared to the shotgun in reference to recoil the Patrol Rifle / Carbine has softer recoil and makes it a pleasure to shoot. This in itself makes it easier to qualify with and officers will readily want to train with it.

Weapon Platform:
M-4A3 version of the COLT AR series weapon system.
Rifle / carbines by the following manufacturers:
COLT
Bushmaster
Rock River
CMMG
Bravo Company
Wilson
AK-47, AK-74 version carbines
Back Up Iron Sights (BUIS) mandatory for co-witnessing and back up
Red dot sight - recommended are Aimpoint, EO-Tech, Trijicon

Do not bring a weapon for repair
Best to bring a back-up weapon in case of malfunction preferably of the same model

"NO AMMUNITION ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM INCLUDING DUTY WEAPONS"

"RIFLES / CARBINES WILL BE SIGHTED IN AT 25 METER/ 300 METER ZERO. RECOMMENDED THAT ALL WEAPONS BE SIGHTED IN BEFORE CLASS."

"KNOW YOUR PRIMARY WEAPON"

Class will teach the student beyond the "BASIC NRA RIFLE CLASS" with the weapon of their personal choice. This course gets the student into the proper mind set. Whether you're a Law Enforcement Officer or a CCW / Massachusetts LTC Class A or B permit holder this class will be fast paced while providing tactics and involve shooting on the move for individuals leading to working with teams.

The class will consist of the following:
Inspection of weapons
Classroom instruction in the morning
Safety briefing
Fundamentals of marksmanship
Grip
Stance
Trigger control
Trigger Re-set
Dry firing
Carry conditions
Law Enforcement - Transportation Carry - Tactical Carry (MPTC and Sig Sauer Academy)
Civilian - Tactical Carry
Loading and unloading procedures
Malfunctions, types, causes and cures
Various reloads
Law Enforcement Officer's MPTC "Use of Force Model"
Lateral movement
Static and Fluid shooting on the move techniques
Cover and concealment
Low light evolutions
Multiple targets
Ammunition selection
Sight selection, iron sights, optics and offset
Weapon mounted light and secondary light
Wounded manipulation techniques to stay in the fight
Selection and placement of gear
Weapon maintenance
Weapon cleaning

Equipment List:
Willingness to learn
Notebook with pen or pencil
Bring a lunch
Water / hydration system works best
Appropriate clothing (seasonal)
Comfortable clothing (seasonal)
Footwear for rapid movement i.e. lateral, forward and backwards
Rain gear - we train in all weather conditions
Eye protection - (mandatory) ballistic wrap around with clear lenses for low light shooting
Ear protection - (mandatory) electronic highly recommended
Ballistic vests - Law Enforcement Officers train as you dress for work (recommended)
Ball caps - mandatory
Sling - mandatory, Single point, 2 point or 3 point recommended. 2 point military style silent sling is not recommended. If that's how your department issues them or that's what you like bring it and work with it.
Magazines: 5 minimum rifle / carbine 20-30 round magazines (mandatory). 
Magazine pouches (mandatory), load bearing vest (optional)
Dump bag - very versatile (optional)
Concealment jacket or vest
Sunscreen and bug repellant (seasonal)
Elbow pads and knee pads (optional)
Gloves (optional)
Shooting mat (optional)
Weapon mounted light and secondary light
Spare bulbs and batteries and a cleaning kit


Prerequisites/Requirements:

NRA Basic Rifle Course or equivalent
500 rounds rifle ammunition
100 rounds pistol ammunition



Tuition $250.00 plus $50.00 for range fee Total $300.00

 

 

 

Dynamic Incident Response - Basic AR15 and AK class

 

Duration:  8 hours            Price:  $ 250.00

This class is designed for the new AR and AK shooter. Fundamentals of marksmanship, ammunition, ballistics, nomenclature of the rifle/carbine. Along with mechanical zero and battle sight zero, field stripping and cleaning the rifle. Shooting positions will be practiced and sighting in accomplished.

Prerequisites/Requirements:

Massachusetts residents must have a LTC Class A or B.

Rifle / sling / 3 magazines (mandatory).

500 rounds of ammunition (full metal jacket).

Magazine pouch or vest. Pants pockets storage is not allowed.

Mat (optional)

Appropriate clothing and footwear (rain gear)

Sun screen

Insect repellent

Hat

Knee and elbow pads (optional).

Pen and notebook.

Motivation and an open mind.

 

 

Tuition $250.00 plus $50.00 for range fee Total $300.00

 

 

 

Dynamic Incident Response - Basic Firearm Personal Protection Course LTC-025

 

Duration:  8 hours            Price:  $ 200.00

This course has been approved by the Massachusetts State Police for licensing requirements for a License to Carry (LTC) Class A or a Firearms Identification Card (FID). This course will teach the basic skills, knowledge and attitude required to own and use a pistol safely. Also, within this course the student will be instructed the "Commonality of Training" with the rifle and shotgun. At the end of this class the student will be familiarized with the various firearms they can purchase under a "Class A."

 

The course will consist of the following:

  • Rules of Gun Safety
  • Storage
  • Different parts of the revolver and auto-loading pistol
  • Operations of the revolver and auto-loading pistol
  • Ammunition
  • Shooting fundamentals
    • Grip
    • Stance
    • Sight alignment
    • Sight picture
    • Trigger control
    • Trigger re-set
    • Dry firing
  • Carry conditions
  • Loading and unloading procedures
  • Malfunctions, types, causes and cures
  • Various reloads
  • Ammunition selection
  • Selection and placement of gear
  • Firearm maintenance
  • Firearm cleaning

Equipment List:

  • Willingness to learn
  • Notebook with pen or pencil
  • Bring a lunch or dinner depending on class time
  • Water
  • Appropriate clothing
  • Eye protection - (mandatory) ballistic wrap around (you'll be buying a pair anyway)
  • Ear protection - (mandatory) electronic are highly recommended but depends on how you want to keep your ears from getting damaged (you'll be buying a pair anyway)
  • Ball caps - mandatory

 

Or take a 2-evening class for $225.00

 

 

 

Dynamic Incident Response - Dark Angel Medical - Tactical Aid

 

Duration:  16 hours         Price:  $ 450.00

Dynamic Incident Response is hosting Dark Angel Medical for a two day Tactical Aid Course June 13 and 14, 2012. Last day to register is May 21, 2012.

 

Approved Massachusetts OEMS CEUs.

 

Class location:   

MPTC Randolph Regional Police Academy

6 Adams Street

Randolph, MA 02368

 

Government, State, Local Rates. Then ask for the Tactical Aid Conference Rate.

Comfort Inn (781) 963-1000 / Fax: (781) 963-0089

1374 North Main Street

Randolph, MA 02368

 

www.darkangelmedical.com

 

TRAINING

 

When life expectancy is measured in seconds and help is minutes away, will you know what to do? In our uncertain lives, that is a question that we all need to be able to answer a resounding Yes to.

Dark Angel Medical, LLC, is proud to offer training and instruction in the use of the D.A.R.K. The Tactical Aid Course fills a niche between military self-aid and buddy care training and civilian EMS training and is geared towards those with little to no medical training or background. It provides the student with critical, need-to-know information, which can be utilized in a myriad of situations and stresses the you don't know what you don't know principle as well as our own principle of Simplicity Under Stress.

 

The course is 2 days in length with a total of 16 hours of classroom work to include slide presentations, videos, question and answer sessions and hands-on practical skills application. A manual and all training aids will be provided. A D.A.R.K. will also be provided to each student as part of the tuition. Cost of the course (2 days instruction plus the D.A.R.K. a $169.95 value) is $450.00 per person.

 

The course covers the following:

Physiological and Psychological reactions to environmental stress

The importance of having the proper Combat Mindset

Basic Anatomy and Physiology of life-sustaining systems

H, A, B, Cs Hemorrhage, Airway, Breathing and Circulation

Breakdown and usage of Individual Med Kit components

Proper stowage and employment of the IMK

Hands-on application of the IMK

Basic and Advanced Airway management -treating and monitoring tension pneumothorax (familiarization with chest decompression), sucking chest wound and flail chest

Airway adjunct device placement-Nasopharyngeal Airway

Basic First Aid and Advanced wound care

Application of Bandages and Hemostatic Agents

Application of tourniquets

Recognition and Treatment of various injuries (Gunshot, Laceration, Burn, Airway, Head, Orthopedic, Environmental)

Recognition and treatment of hypovolemic (hemorrhagic) shock

Moving and positioning victims with various injuries

Response to active shooter situation

Proper use of cover and cover vs. concealment

Casualty recovery in an Active Shooter situation

Mass casualty triage procedure

Emergency Medical Dialect/Lingo (911 protocol, cooperation with LE, Fire and EMS and First Responders)

 

Hardware/Kit

Note pad and pen/pencil/Sharpie

Individual First Aid Kit - If you choose to. All training materials are provided.

Clothing suited to strenuous type activity as well as being seasonally appropriate

Appropriate foot wear

Knee and Elbow pads (optional)

Gloves (optional)

An open mind

 

INTRODUCES THE D.A.R.K.

 

 

(DIRECT ACTION RESPONSE KIT) $169.95 Available on our site NOW!!!

QUIKCLOT COMBAT GAUZE LE 1 package

TAN NITRILE BEARCLAW GLOVES X 1 PAIR, SIZE L

NASOPHARYNGEAL AIRWAY 1 pair

H and H COMPRESSED GAUZE 1 pair

4 inch ISRAELI BANDAGE 1 pair

HALO SEALS X 1 PAIR

CUSTOM POUCH

TRAUMA SHEARS

COMBAT APPLICATION TOURNIQUET

 

 

 

SIMPLICITY UNDER STRESS

 

 

 

Registration

 

Registration for classes will be accomplished by going to www.darkangelmedical.com and clicking on the Products tab and clicking on the Training icon. The student will not be charged tax (if out of state, in-state Colorado residents will be charged applicable sales tax) or shipping fees. They will also have a choice of either Coyote Brown or Multi-Cam pouches. If multiple classes are open for registration, it is the participant's responsibility to ensure that they have annotated which class they are registering for in the Instructions Comments box on the order form. We will have a course schedule on our website with all course dates and locations.

 

If paying for more than one student, please add the additional student(s) name(s) in the Instructions/Comments box on the order form so that we can have a correct head count on our roster.

Registration will end 28 days out from the class date unless additional slots remain open or the class has not met its minimum number of participants.

 

Payment and Cancellation Policy

 

100% of the tuition will be collected up-front. This allows Dark Angel Medical, LLC to make all necessary logistical arrangements for the course.

 

A student may cancel up to 28 days in advance and will receive a 2/3 refund. If a student cancels after 28 days, they will receive a 1/3 refund.

 

If the class has to be cancelled due to lack of participants or any emergency on our part, all students who have not cancelled voluntarily will receive a full refund. We will then work with the host to reschedule another class.

 

By registering for a class, the participant agrees that in the event of a cancellation or otherwise, Dark Angel Medical, LLC, will not be held legally nor financially responsible for any fees related to airline or other travel costs such as lodging, food or rental cars nor will they be responsible for lost wages due to time off from work.

 

Waivers will be signed and witnessed prior to each course start.

 

Please email us with any questions at: info@darkangelmedical.com        

 

Prerequisites/Requirements:

No prerequisite required. OEMS approved CEUs for EMT-B to EMT-P. Bring and open mind along with a pen and notebook.

 

 

 

Dynamic Incident Response - PERSONAL PROTECTION HANDGUN

 

Duration:  1 day            Price:  $ 250.00

"KNOW YOUR PRIMARY WEAPON"

 

Weapon Platform:

  • Law Enforcement Officers - recommended duty weapon
  • CCW (Concealed Cary Weapon) holder / Massachusetts Class A license holder bring a functional pistol in either the following calibers; 9mm, .357 Sig, .40, .45, .38 spl, .357 magnum and .44 magnum
  • Do not bring a weapon for repair
  • Best to bring a back-up weapon in case of malfunction preferably of the same model

"NO AMMUNITION ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM INCLUDING DUTY WEAPONS"

 

Class will teach the student beyond the "BASIC NRA PISTOL CLASS" with the weapon of their personal choice.

 

The class will consist of the following:

  • Inspection of weapons
  • Classroom instruction in the morning
  • Safety briefing
  • Fundamentals of marksmanship
    • Grip
    • Stance
    • Trigger control
    • Trigger Re-set
  • Dry firing
  • Loading and unloading procedures
  • Malfunctions, types, causes and cures
  • Various reloads
  • Drawing the weapon
  • Law Enforcement Officer's MPTC "Use of Force Model"
  • Law Enforcement Officer's tactics and drills (MPTC and Sig Sauer Academy)
  • Lateral movement / shooting on the move
  • Cover and concealment
  • Low light evolutions
  • Multiple targets
  • Ammunition selection
  • Sight selection
  • Static and Fluid shooting techniques
  • Weapon mounted light and secondary light
  • Wounded manipulation techniques to stay in the fight
  • Weapon maintenance
  • Weapon cleaning

 

Equipment List:

  • Willingness to learn
  • Notebook with pen or pencil
  • Bring a lunch
  • Water / hydration system works best
  • Appropriate clothing (seasonal)
  • Comfortable clothing (seasonal)
  • Footwear for rapid movement i.e. lateral, forward and backwards
  • Rain gear - we train in all weather conditions
  • Eye protection - (mandatory) ballistic wrap around with clear for low light shooting
  • Ear protection - (mandatory) electronic highly recommended
  • Ballistic vests - Law Enforcement Officers train as you dress for work (recommended)
  • Ball caps - mandatory
  • Holsters
    • Strong side only
    • Law Enforcement Officer's Duty Rig
    • CCW / off duty
  • Belt - 1-1/2" or 1-3/4" reinforced belt for weight of weapon and magazines
  • Magazines / speed loaders - 3 or more (mandatory)
  • Magazine pouch (mandatory)
  • Dump bag - very versatile (optional)
  • Concealment jacket or vest
  • Sunscreen and bug repellant (seasonal)
  • Elbow pads and knee pads (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)
  • Weapon mounted light and secondary light
  • Spare bulbs and batteries
  • Cleaning kit

 

Prerequisites/Requirements:

NRA Basic Pistol Course or existing LTC Class A

500 rounds pistol ammunition

 

 

Tuition $250.00 plus $50.00 for range fee Total $300.00

 

 

 

Dynamic Incident Response - Snub Nose and Back-up Gun Class

 

Duration:  4 hours            Price:  $ 150.00

Weapon Platform:

 

Law Enforcement Officers - recommended back-up carry weapon

CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon) holder / Massachusetts LTC Class A and B license holder bring a functional pistol in either the following calibers; .380, 9mm, .357 Sig, .40, .45, .38 spl, .357 magnum and .44 magnum

Bring a disposable jacket to shoot from the pocket

Do not bring a weapon for repair

Best to bring a back-up weapon in case of malfunction preferably of the same model

"NO AMMUNITION ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM INCLUDING DUTY WEAPONS"

 

Class will teach the student beyond the "BASIC NRA PISTOL CLASS" with the weapon of their personal choice.

 

The class will consist of the following:

 

Inspection of weapons

Classroom instruction in the morning

Safety briefing

Fundamentals of marksmanship

Grip

Stance

Trigger control

Trigger Re-set

Dry firing

Loading and unloading procedures

Malfunctions, types, causes and cures

Various reloads

Drawing the weapon

Law Enforcement Officer's MPTC "Use of Force Model"

Law Enforcement Officer's tactics and drills (MPTC and Sig Sauer Academy)

Lateral movement / shooting on the move

Cover and concealment

Low light evolutions

Multiple targets

Ammunition selection

Sight selection

Static and Fluid shooting techniques

Weapon mounted light and secondary light

Wounded manipulation techniques to stay in the fight

Weapon maintenance

Weapon cleaning

 

Equipment List:

Willingness to learn

Notebook with pen or pencil

Bring a lunch

Water / hydration system works best

Appropriate clothing (seasonal)

Comfortable clothing (seasonal)

Footwear for rapid movement i.e. lateral, forward and backwards

Rain gear - we train in all weather conditions

Eye protection - (mandatory) ballistic wrap around with clear for low light shooting

Ear protection - (mandatory) electronic highly recommended

Ballistic vests - Law Enforcement Officers train as you dress for work (recommended)

Ball caps - mandatory

Holsters

Strong side only

Law Enforcement Officer's Duty Rig

CCW / off duty

Belt - 1-1/2" or 1-3/4" reinforced belt for weight of weapon and magazines

Magazines / speed loaders - 3 or more (mandatory)

Magazine pouch (mandatory)

Dump bag - very versatile (optional)

Concealment jacket or vest to be used to shoot through the pocket and will be destroyed in doing so

Sunscreen and bug repellant (seasonal)

Elbow pads and knee pads (optional)

Gloves (optional)

Weapon mounted light and secondary light

Spare bulbs and batteries

Cleaning kit

 

 

Prerequisites/Requirements:

 

NRA Basic Pistol Course or existing LTC Class A

400 rounds pistol ammunition

 

 

Tuition $150.00 plus $50.00 for range fee Total $200.00

 

 

 

Dynamic Incident Response - TACTICAL SHOTGUN

 

Duration:  1 day            Price:  $ 250.00

 

The Mission of the Shotgun:

The purpose of the shotgun is to provide either the law enforcement officer or a responsible law-abiding citizen a versatile, multipurpose, large bore weapon capable of safely engaging targets beyond the typical range of the pistol. Recently with the reintroduction of the patrol rifle as a common tool among police officers the 12 gauge shotgun was the primary long gun for the law enforcement community in the United States. While viewed by many as archaic, the shotgun was and still is capable of delivering devastating damage during close encounters.

Recently more departments issuing patrol rifles to their officers have called for the retirement of this trusted and proven weapon. Claims that it is obsolete and unnecessary are incorrect and misleading. The shotgun still has retained its place on the front lines in the war on terrorism in distant lands and on the streets and back roads in America. It is arguably the most versatile weapon in the armory. It fires single shot projectiles (slugs), multiple round bursts (buckshot), specialized impact munitions i.e. bean bag (less than lethal), breaching rounds (forcible entry), distraction rounds and OC/pepper spray chemical rounds.

When equipped with rifle sights, ghost rings and or optics in the hands of an experienced officer or a responsible law abiding citizen they are capable of delivering accurate fire with slugs out to 80 yards. The large diameter projectile hits with authority. As to buckshot it can deliver multiple hits with one press of the trigger at 18 yards or less for maximum accountability of rounds.

 

Weapon Platform:

The tactical 12 gauge shotgun is made from various manufacturers and is usually issued in the pump action version. Recently with the market leaning to advanced weaponry the auto-loader shotgun has had a great success in reducing the brutal recoil associated with this weapon. With proper training the shooter will overcome the fear of the recoil.

  • Generally in law enforcement the models in service are as follows:
    • Remington 870 / 1187 / 1100
    • Mossberg 500 / 590
    • Benelli M2 / M3 / M4 / SuperNova, Nova

The sighting systems vary from the simple bead front sight to rifle sights to the more sophisticated ghost ring sights and red dot optics.

  • Pistols
    • Law Enforcement Officers - recommended duty weapon
    • CCW (Concealed Cary Weapon) holder / Massachusetts Class A and B license holder bring a functional pistol in either the following calibers; 9mm, .357 Sig, .40, .45, .38 spl, .357 magnum and .44 magnum
    • Do not bring a weapon for repair
    • Best to bring a back-up weapon in case of malfunction preferably of the same model

 

"NO AMMUNITION ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM INCLUDING DUTY WEAPONS"

 

"SHOTGUNS WILL BE SIGHTED IN THE FIRST DAY IN CLASS AFTER LUNCH AT 50 YARDS ZERO. RECOMMENDED THAT ALL WEAPONS BE SIGHTED IN BEFORE CLASS."

 

SHOTGUN - 1 "KNOW YOUR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY WEAPON"

Class will teach the student beyond the "BASIC NRA SHOTGUN CLASS" with the weapon of their personal choice. This course gets the student into the proper mindset. Whether you're a Law Enforcement Officer or a CCW / Massachusetts Class A or B permit holder this class will be fast paced while providing tactics and shooting on the move for individuals leading to working with teams.

 

The class will consist of the following:

  • Inspection of weapons
  • Classroom instruction in the morning
  • Safety briefing
  • Fundamentals of marksmanship
    • Grip
    • Stance
    • Trigger control
    • Trigger Reset
  • Dry firing
  • Carry conditions
    • Law Enforcement - Transportation Carry - Tactical Carry (MPTC and Sig Sauer Academy)
    • Civilian - Tactical Carry
  • Loading and unloading procedures
  • Malfunctions, types, causes and cures
  • Various reloads
  • TRANSITION, TRANSITION, TRANSITION to the back-up weapon procedures
  • Law Enforcement Officer's MPTC "Use of Force Model"
  • Lateral movement
  • Static and Fluid shooting on the move techniques
  • Cover and concealment
  • Low light evolutions
  • Multiple targets
  • Ammunition selection
  • Sight selection, iron sights, optics and offset
  • Weapon mounted light and secondary light
  • Wounded manipulation techniques to stay in the fight
  • Selection and placement of gear
  • Weapon maintenance
  • Weapon cleaning

 

Equipment List:

  • Willingness to learn
  • Notebook with pen or pencil
  • Bring a lunch
  • Water / hydration system works best
  • Appropriate clothing (seasonal)
    • Comfortable clothing (seasonal)
    • Footwear for rapid movement i.e. lateral, forward and backwards
    • Rain gear - we train in all weather conditions
  • Eye protection - (mandatory) ballistic wrap around with clear lenses for low light shooting
  • Ear protection - (mandatory) electronic highly recommended
  • Ballistic vests - Law Enforcement Officers train as you dress for work (recommended)
  • Ball caps - mandatory
  • Sling - mandatory
    • Single point, 2 point or 3 point recommended
    • 2 point military style silent sling is not recommended. If that's how your department issues them bring it and work with it.
  • Holsters
    • Strong side only
    • Law Enforcement Officers Duty Rig
    • CCW / off duty
  • Belt - 1-1/2" or 1-3/4" reinforced belt for weight of weapon and magazines
  • Shotgun ammunition carrier:
    • Side saddle
    • Stock carrier
  • Magazines:
    • 3 pistol magazines / 3 speed loaders or more (mandatory)
  • Magazine pouch (mandatory)
  • Dump bag - very versatile (optional)
  • Concealment jacket or vest
  • Sunscreen and bug repellant (seasonal)
  • Elbow pads and knee pads (optional)
  • Gloves (optional)
  • Shooting mat (optional)
  • Weapon mounted light and secondary light
  • Spare bulbs and batteries
  • Cleaning kit

 

Prerequisites/Requirements:

  • NRA Basic Rifle Course or equivalent
  • 100 rounds 12 ga. slug
  • 100 rounds 12 ga. buckshot
  • 100 rounds 12 ga. birdshot
  • 100 rounds pistol ammunition

 

 

Tuition $250.00 plus $50.00 for range fee Total $300.00

09/11/2001

We will never forget!