Considering the fact that by far 80% of our sensory information is received through our eyes - working in low to no light conditions is pretty much stretching out our human capabilities – especially when it comes down to tracking / identifying targets or orientation in and around obstacles in CQB settings. In this short article we will highlight several important points from the video above which was taken during one of the first Low light run of our students.
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Tactics will never be the property of a one men.
With that being said, we educate our students to fully understand that tactics, are not (in most cases) a one man show.A team, is a necessary constellation of skills,experience and perception - all migrated into a collaborative work.
In this video Eli, lead instructor of Project Gecko - highlights :
1. The proper use of the wing-man constellation (formation) in relative to the frame (POE)
2. PG's method regarding frame check for IED's \ Obstacles, and few other important remarks.
3. Stack up & informationtips
Another example for wing man work as can see below :
If you are LEO \ MIL and would like to use it to your active personal feel free to contact us via : http://www.projectgecko.info/contakt/
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