Vehicle Defense Course (LEO/Military)

Operating from a vehicle platform sounds easy – until something goes wrong.

The most important aspect of working “effectively” from a vehicle platform is accepting and understanding that you are NOT in control of anything outside of that vehicle: other road users, pedestrians and normal street life, are all unpredictable, unforeseeable even – you are in control of nothing outside your vehicle.

Once we accept that, then we get a clearer idea of “stuff” that can go wrong, which allows us to concentrate on what we can do to avoid, respond to and manage unpredictable, life threatening and kinetic incidents.

Simply assuming you will always be able to drive through, reverse out or throw in a J-turn, will only result in being unprepared for the complexities of defending yourself/your team, from a vehicle platform, in a street-scene environment.

course description

Reacting to and/or the initiation of, a contact, from a vehicle platform, in a busy street-scene environment is, quite simply, a bad day out.

  • If you can’t drive through or reverse out – what do you do?
  • Where do you wear/keep your firearm(s) in your vehicle? Can you get to them quickly?
  • What state of readiness is/are your firearm(s) kept in? Condition 0 – 4?
  • If you have to bail from your vehicle…do you know how/when to do that?
  • Who else might be in the vehicle that you are responsible for?
  • Are you able to draw your firearm and fight from the confines of your vehicle?
  • What kit/equipment, in your vehicle do you need to take with you? Who grabs it?
  • Can you even get your doors open, due to other road users?
  • What do you do on a breach of your vehicle? Can you fight from a seated position?
  • How do you deal with scared, frantic, confused and/or hostile 3rd parties, during the extraction from your vehicle?
  • Can you bluff your way out of it using inter-personal skills?
  • Is there a need to maintain a cover story? How does that effect your decision making?
  • During a vehicle exit/extraction, how do you identify your other team members? How do other “friendly forces” identify you?

These are all factors that affect HOW you might respond and WHAT options are available to you – a one-size-fits-all approach rarely works and, because of that, we have designed this course to specifically address the confusion and chaos of being in an attack on you, whilst mobile, irrespective of whether it’s a planned attack or an opportunistic attack.

Reacting to a contact IN your vehicle is entirely different from initiating a contact FROM your vehicle – that “reaction” time (or lack of it) is crucial to everything else that happens afterwards.

Whether you’re operating as a passive organization, you still need that capability for instantaneous aggressiveness and that

Course Requirements

Terms and conditions apply:

Please also note the following:

> A minimum of 6 participants are required for this course to run effectively.
> The course is capped at 12 participants.

PLEASE NOTE – The recording or filming of any part of this training is prohibited.

DISCLAIMER: Go Noisy reserve the right to refuse entry on the course to anyone who, we believe, is not acting in an honest and transparent manner. Furthermore, Go Noisy do not accept liability for what any individual may do with the firearms training they have received, once the course has ended and all course participants will be required to sign a firearms waiver, on arrival. Furthermore, Go Noisy also reserve the right to remove any individual(s) from the range, at any time, due to safety/competency concerns.

Materials Needed


> Weapons will be role-specific to your organization.

> Weapons can be rented, on-site, from Delta Fuego

> You will be required to bring the following quantities of ammunition:

  • 300 rounds pistol
  • 300 rounds rifle

> Ammunition can be purchased, on-site, from Delta Fuego.


> Clothing will be role-specific to your organization.



> Equipment will be role-specific to your organization.

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