New Training Capabilities

New Training Capabilities

 

 

Since autumn 2013 NMIOTC has acquired and developed a designated training area (LGR-28) for helicopter and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) flights at low altitude (below 1000΄) in an obstacle-free area, offering the opportunity to evaluate selected personnel and special tactics in a controlled environment.

The specific training will involve the skills and knowledge required by an individual to fly a UAV or deploy from a helicopter as part of a team, while using fast-rope tactics, techniques, and procedures. The drills will involve the application of safety and rappelling policies, regulations, protocols and procedures required to safely fast-rope from a helicopter.

Since October 2014 NMIOTC is offering the option of using a tag boat or a tagged 60-ft vessel for conducting exercises and drills underway in the vicinity of Souda Bay. Those vessels are adding extra realism to the training at a relatively low cost, increasing the difficulty of the drills day and night.

Excellent comments have been received from units that have already employed these methods.

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24
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GRC Army Special Operations Forces Tailored Training
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26
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SWE 1st Marine Regiment Boarding & Recovery Team Tailored Training
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