»Small Unit Tactics Level 2

Small Unit Tactics Level 2
  • Price: $3,500.00
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Round Count:
    500 pistol
    500 rifle
    800 UTM (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:
    SUT 1

Course Dates

  • No Course Dates Scheduled


Small Unit Tactics Level 2 is an advanced, fast paced and dynamic evolution. Students MUST complete SUT Level 1 before attending this course.  Students will plan and execute a detailed mission to include: air insertions, accelerated speed tactical driving, off road tactical driving in TOMCARS under the cover of darkness while using night vision and thermal imagery, advanced raids, ambushes, dynamic CQB, snatch and grabs, vehicle takedowns and personnel recovery. This is a physically demanding evolution; students should plan on a minimum 5-10 kilometers of foot movement with short sprints while bearing gear.  Student must be of good health and moral fiber to attend.  This course will include a 12 hour continuous operation.  SUT Level 1 & 2 can be tailored to meet the demands/requirements of government contracts, pre-deployment train-up and small groups on request through the consulting page.


*Sofnet reserves the right to deny any personnel and or group training.

Training Topics

  • Advanced Mission Planning
  • Night Fighting w/ Night Vision and Thermal Imagery
  • Night Driving
  • Tactical Night Driving
  • Air Insertions
  • Advanced Raids
  • Ambushes
  • Dynamic CQB
  • Snatch and Grabs
  • Vehicle Takedowns
  • Personnel Recovery

Required 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)
  • Head Lamp 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

Recommended Equipment

  • 550 cord
  • Electric Tape or equivalent
  • Lamination Paper
  • GPS
  • Map Pens with eraser
  • Zip Lock Baggies (the 2.5 gallon ones fit a complete uniform perfect, sandwich bags for socks and quart size for T-Shirts)
  • Write-in rain notebook
  • Baby wipes
  • Chapstick
  • Extra Lighter
  • Extra Pens/Pencils
  • Protein Bars
  • Electro light Tabs
  • Aspirin

Food & Water

Student need to bring 2 gallons of water per day and enough food to support the duration of the course. Day 1-3, students will not be released for lunch and day 4-6 will be in the field. A refrigerator will not be available, but there will be secure places for student to bring coolers if desired for Day 1-3. Students will pack food in and out for the 24 hour field problem.