»Operator Level CQB

Operator Level CQB
  • Price: $3,000.00
  • Duration: 4 days
  • Round Count:
    100 rifle Frangible rounds
    500 rifle rounds ball
    1000 Pistol rounds
    100 Frangible Pistol rounds
    600 UTM rounds (Can be purchased at course) Student note- Please do not bring any steel core, armor piercing or tracers. They will not be allowed in any SofNet courses.
  • Prerequisites:
    Basic CQB
    Intermediate CQB
    Advanced CQB
    Hostage Rescue CQB
    Ropes Course

Course Dates

  • No Course Dates Scheduled


This operator course will focus on all aspects of training up to this point in all courses.  This course will be faster than the previous courses with more emphasis on surgical shooting. Students will plan missions in this course to include a live fire shoot house and vehicle take downs. This is a culmination event course and will be run concurrently with our Operator Level Sniper course.  Students will coordinate mission planning with both courses to include using snipers for objective recons and sniper initiated assaults. Air assets and ground assault elements will be implemented in this course in both live fire and UTM training. Low light and night training both on the range and in the shoot house will address the complications shooters encounter in low light situations as well as teach ways to take advantage of low light. This will be a scenario based training event with little to no down time between training iterations.  High level of marksmanship and safety will be required to pass this course. Training with marking rounds will be used everyday. This course will be extremely physically demanding and mentally challenging.  Students must be prepared for the fast pace and high amount of range time and ammo expended.

Training Topics

  • Safety
  • Advanced Mission Planning
  • Night Fighting w/ Night Vision and Thermal Imagery
  • Night Driving
  • Tactical Night Driving
  • Air Insertions
  • Advanced Raids
  • Snatch and Grabs
  • Vehicle Takedowns
  • Personnel Recovery
  • Single room clearing
  • Multiple room clearing
  • Hallways and T intersections
  • Tactics, Techniques and Procedure development
  • Marksmanship proficiency
  • Post assault procedures
  • Facility layouts and architecture
  • Rules of Engagement
  • Individual and Team Movement
  • Team Formations
  • Identifying Angles as Danger Areas
  • Slow and Deliberate entry
  • Dynamic Entry
  • Team Dialogue/Communication
  • Movement to breach
  • Combat Accuracy
  • Target discrimination training

Required Equipment

  • Pistol with Holster
  • 3 pistol magazines with pouches to support them
  • AR platform with weapon sling
  • Weapon mounted light on AR and Pistol
  • 3 magazines with pouches to support them
  • Body Armor with ballistic plates (Can be rented if needed)
  • Ballistic helmet (Can be rented if needed)
  • Med kit (blowout kit)
  • Notepad
  • Pens/Pencils
  • Ear Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Water reservoir
  • Baseball Cap
  • Sun block

Recommended Equipment

  • Clothing to withstand the rigors of the desert/crawling around
  • Ranger Handbook in a ziplock bag
  • Pen and mechanical pencil
  • Notebook
  • Chest Rig/Plate Carrier/Battle Belt or equivalent
  • 4 carbine magazines with pouches to support it
  • 4 pistol magazines with pouches to support it
  • Extra batteries
  • Compass
  • Military Protractor
  • Blow Out Kit (minimum of tourniquet, Israeli bandage, Quick Clot, rubber gloves, medical sheers and Tape)
  • HeadLamp w/red lens
  • Small handheld red lens flashlight
  • Drinking System w/bladder
  • Multi-tool or knife
  • Lighter
  • 550 cord, 100 yards
  • Gloves
  • Rucksack/Backpack or equivalent to support 36 hours of food, water and gear in the field
  • Wet weather bag (you can use a garbage bag)
  • Wet weather gear
  • Cold weather gear
  • Complete change of clothes
  • Socks
  • Spare Shoes/Boots
  • Boonie Cap
  • Ear Pro
  • Eye Pro
  • Weapons Cleaning Kit
  • Insect Repellant
  • Sun Screen

Food & Water

Recommended 1 gallon water per day, Students will not be released for lunch. Enough food to support lunch and a day of shooting should be carried in each day