AOTS Goes to Anti-Terrorism School

Posted: May 18, 2009
AOTS Goes to Anti-Terrorism School

Military correspondent Weston Scott heads to CRI Counter Terrorism school to learn how to stop the terrorists from winning, one indicent at a time, including handling a Glock, shooting from the back of a motorcycle, and hitting a moving target from a car. So, if you've been wondering how to stop an insurgency, but had no idea what school to attend, we've got you covered.

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  • BlackFlour

    I went to CRI back in 2006. All they're doing here is real, using real weapons, real glocks, real AR-15's. That is how they sound in the desert because there is nothing to reflect back sound except sound absorbing sand and rock. I went to a four-day course, and experienced much more than what is show here, including a day of indoor training in an abandoned car dealership right off the strip of Las Vegas. There we used airsoft, but the hide-and-seek aspect was amped up quite a bit when you realize that with real guns, people would be dead. I've been to many training organizations, some are more rigorous and stringent about safety measures, but are very antiseptic with regard to anything simulating "real shooting scenarios". CRI, while safe at all times, tried to get as real as possible, within limits. Few others have "scenarios" to keep a lockdown on safety. Not only was this course informative, but it was exciting. This is just a small fraction of what they do.

    Posted: June 26, 2009 9:55 AM