COURSE DESCRIPTION AND EQUIPMENT
Intermediate carbine class focusing on the ever changing contingencies of a gunfight. The course focuses on tactical rifle drills in daylight conditions. It includes stationary and non-stationary positions as well as shooting in and around positions of cover.
Shooters will be able to reiterate verbally specific knowledge pertaining to the class when asked. The shooter will be able to successfully demonstrate skills/positions, using strong and support side rifle positions. The shooter will demonstrate his ability to successfully employ his rifle during various timed events.
Method of Instruction:
Lead Faucet Tactical uses the crawl, walk, run methodology with all weapon techniques and tactics. Fundamentals and drills covered will be thoroughly explained and demonstrated prior to shooter application. Pro-timer and shooter relay races will be used to provide the competition spirit and self induced stress replication.
Fundamentals Covered In Addition to the Basic 8:
Tactical application of cover with both weapons systems and various shooting positions involved, strong and support shooting, kit setup to support ambidextrous shooting, support side fundamentals, ballistic for carbine when 90 degrees, reloads, strong and support side, contingencies of one arm or hand shooting.
optic of choice or iron sights
Eye and Ear Pro, gloves, battle belt with holster, body armor if applicable, inclement weather clothing, flashlight and laser if it is a night course, pen and paper and a GREAT ATTITUDE!
DAN BROKOS, LEAD FAUCET TACTICAL
Dan entered the U.S. Army, July 12, 1991, and graduated as an Infantryman in November 1991. Over the course of his career, Mr. Brokos sought only the toughest of positions, serving as an Infantry Rifleman and Squad Leader in the world famous 82nd Airborne Division and 2nd Infantry Division (Korea). Dan Brokos attended Special Forces Assessment and Selection and subsequently he entered the Special Forces qualification course in 1996. Upon graduation, Dan moved to Fort Carson Colorado on assignment to the 10th Special Forces Group as a Special Forces Weapons Sergeant. While serving as a Weapons Sergeant he deployed to Bosnia and Kosovo several times in support of Operation Joint Guardian.
This began an exceptional career in Special Operations for Dan. He assessed as an above average Green Beret and served in the European Command (EUCOM) Crisis Response Force (CRF), Stuttgart Germany for 9 years as a Cell leader, Team Sergeant and Troop SGM. During his tenure of service while assigned to a Direct Action (DA) Troop and Company, Dan deployed on multiple occasions to Bosnia in support of Operations to capture High Value Targets (HVTs) as well as DA deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Africa.
Harnessing the valuable skills acquired over years of competent and loyal service, Dan’s abilities led to his persistent re-assignment, where he instructed, and led fellow Green Berets at the Special Forces Advanced Reconnaissance Target Analysis Exploitation Techniques Course (SFARTAETC) at Fort Bragg North Carolina. Dan served and an assistant instructor, primary instructor and the senior Instructor for this rigorous program. His performance led to his selection and return to Fort Bragg as the Company SGM for Delta Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne). The Company, also known as Range 37, is the Army Special Forces 135-acre training complex that teaches Special Forces Sniper Course (SFSC) and SFARTAETC (Advanced marksmanship, breaching and CQC). He was responsible for the overall Program of Instruction (POI) for both courses, DA and Sniper Operations.
As Daniel J. Brokos ends his exceptional performance on active duty, he established his willingness and commitment to his nation in the private sector. Dan is the CEO of Lead Faucet Tactical a training and specialized Tactical Equipment Company, which focuses on providing world class training to approved military forces and Law Enforcement Agencies. Dan has recently conducted consulting as a freelance writer for RECOIL line of magazine. He currently sits on the board of advisers for the National Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Association (NLEFIA).