Limited. Assets. Survivability. Training.
Course Duration: 2 Days
Course Requirements: Open Enrollment
Limited. Assets. Survivability. Training. (LAST) is a 2 day (20 hr) intensive course focused on real world problem solving. Students will be ex-posed to an accelerated class format where structures, vehicles, self-aid, environment manipulation and low light will be addressed as individual topics on training day 1. Training day 2 will culminate in one and two man performance based exercises that will include multiple aspects of day 1 in opposition based environments. The days will be long, physically demanding and with ever diminishing resources available to the student as the course unfolds.
Individual Equipment List:
- Handgun with at least 3 magazines (5 if single stack) and magazine pouch.
- Holster must attach via the belt (paddle holsters are not allowed). Holsters must provide an active or passive retention device and be able to keep the holster in place while running or moving in and out of awkward positions. No SERPA or Vanguard type holsters.
- 600 rounds handgun
- 250 rounds of Simmunitions / Force on Force / UTM etc
- Corresponding marking system for above marking rounds (equipment rentals and UTM can be arranged if needed. Please let us know during your registration so we can coordinate this through the host facility).
- Force on force helmet, neck and groin protection (sports cup).
- CAT or SOF T TQ on your person is mandatory an IFAK is recommended.
- Training: TQ, compressed gauze x2, 1 chest seal (twin pack). These items will be consumed during scenarios and need to be separate from your actual, real world use IFAK.
- Cleaning kit and gun lube.
- Eye protection and electronic ear protection.
- Heavy long sleeve shirt, gloves, knee pads are mandatory. Elbow pads and shemagh (face wrap) are optional.
- Handheld flashlight, extra batteries and clear eye protection for low light work.
- 2 chem lights (any color).
- U.S. Citizen.
- Able to legally carry a firearm.
- Able to demonstrate and employ safe weapons handling during courses of fire.
- Previous intermediate to advanced firearms training to include courses of fire where movement, barricades, working around others, communicating and adverse shooting positions were addressed.