These Classes are all Open Enrollment.
MVT is doing something a little different in 2017, and that is adding a lot more mobile classes to bring the training to you. There are still classes at the VTC in Romney, just not as many as usual. The mobile / remote classes are mostly the same classes as we hold at the VTC, and we bring the pop-up targets with us. Each class has its own local flavor due to terrain differences.
The only difference in classes is that for these mobile classes, we are offering a ‘Direct Action’ class. These vary from 2 or 3 days depending on the mobile class, and are in effect a shortened Combat Patrol Class focusing on the specifics of live fire Ambush and Raid. We also offer shortened Force on Target / Force on Force CQB clases as part of the package
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to check if space is available before paying your deposit. See the links belwo for the specifics of the 2017 classes in each location:
MVT is available for private group training, outside of the scheduled open enrollment classes.
Please note the following:
1) Training is available at the VTC near Romney in West Virginia. The advantage here are the purpose built ranges and facilities. Because the ranges are set up, we can deliver optimum training to you at site. This is with the exception of mobility (vehicle operations) training, which is best run at more suitable locations.
2) We also offer remote / mobile training. We will travel to you and run training on suitable land. This can be either a private class, or a hosted open enrollment. We will bring the electronic pop-up targets (we have ballistic shields for them) and they do not require digging in. For the best training experience, contact to discuss suitable training land. Remote classes have been run so far in Texas, Idaho and Missouri.
3) We offer the standard MVT training class progression, or combination of classes:
4) We can combine dismounted and vehicle training, bearing in mind that the basics have to be covered as per the crawl – walk – run progression methodology.
MVT will bring the Ivan electronic pop-up target systems to remote training, using specially designed AR500 target shields to allow them to be placed without the digging of target pits:
Below: Ivan pop-up targets placed in Texas using the AR500 steel shields:
Texas 5 day / 6 Day 2016:
The following video was taken at a 5 day Combat Team Tactics / Mobility Class in Texas, February 2015:
Mobility/Convoy Tactical Operations HERE
Above Photo: an example remote site lecture / admin area set up by the organizer of a remote class in Missouri: The trailer allows secure storage of MVT equipment on site, and the tarp allows for a sheltered (sun/rain) lecture and rest area.
Max is available to conduct Site Defensive Surveys of your land and property. These are usually conducted over one or two days depending on your requirements and the size of the property.
These surveys are focused on defense of your property, neighborhood and home in a WROL situation; from marauders, looters and anticipated threats.
Max will conduct a site defensive survey to take account of the terrain, structures, the anticipated threat, and accounting for your assets and capabilities. Max will give you advice on how YOU can establish a defensive plan in order to best protect YOUR family and property from enemy threat. This is tailored to you and what you have, not to a generic defensive plan.
Max will advise on subjects to include: surveillance/sentries, protection, deployment and disposition of weapons and defensive positions, defensive and counter-attack measures, ground domination activity patrols, actions on attack, and routine in your defensive position etc.
As part of this survey Max will be able, if requested, to give limited training to your group in the form of rehearsals on the property of activities such as immediate action on attack, and patrolling etc. Max will also advise on improvements that you need to make, such as in group training and procurement of weapons and equipment.
Rates: an estimate will be provided once we discuss the scope, location and duration of the survey.