Take your skills to the next level.
For the professional Law-Enforcement or Military personnel. Training designed to take your skills to the next level and prepare you for the constantly changing environment you work in.
My team and I participated in a 4 day course at 88 Tactical’s Tekamah facility that included long range rifle, urban operations and vehicle CQB. All 3 training tracks were taught by instructors who were personable, knowledgeable, and above all, professional. The training level was commensurate with our teams skill and even encouraged us to train just outside of our comfort zone in an effort to be better. The days schedules were packed with instruction and scenarios that simulated real world situations and encouraged a team mentality. One of the aspects of the instructor cadre that I appreciated the most was they did not seem to be under any time constraint. What I mean by that is, the day was done, when the training was done, and not when the clock struck 5. Their commitment to teaching and passing their knowledge is one of the main reasons I would recommend 88 Tactical to anyone who is looking to get the most out of the training they are paying for.
Reality Behavior Based Conditioning® methodology applied to customizable handgun and carbine training, as well as specialized precision rifle courses.
88 Tactical’s acclaimed High Threat Close Quarter Battle (CQB) training is a paradigm shift in CQB tactics based on human behavior during survival oriented and high-stress situations.
Tactical Medicine (TacMed) is a combination fighting and life-saving course that covers how to save yourself and others while wounded and/or under fire. It covers marksmanship, tactics and combat casualty care.
Mobile Training Team
88 Tactical’s Mobile Training Team (MTT) offers a cost-saving solution for many organizations seeking to stretch their training budgets. Corporate and government clients can tailor the training to meet their specific requirements, working with environment or budgetary restrictions.
My favorite class is the primal defense class because I see the greatest amount of change in the students in the shortest amount of time. Intermediate and advanced carbine courses would be a close second because they are physically and mentally challenging. My favorite every day piece of equipment is my Eidolon holster for my Glock pistol. It combines good retention, fast draws, and excellent concealment.
One of my favorite classes to teach is the Basic Survival Skills. For most folks it is an empowering outing that is challenging, but still executed in a controlled environment. I really enjoy seeing the look of accomplishment come across someone’s face when they build their first fire on their own. I also like to see the mixed classes of males and females. The Woods does not care who you are, it is gender neutral. You either succeed or fail. It is my job to see you don't do the latter.