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NTOA Introduces Night Vision Operator Course

NTOA has announced that they are now offering a Night Vision Operator Course for qualifying agencies. The full release can be read below:

NTOA Night Vision image

Will your night vision system meet your operational needs? Do you understand the benefits and limitations of NVDs? Is your training sound and defensible?

The NTOA’s two-day Night Vision Operator’s course covers the various pieces of the puzzle, including how night vision works as a system and how to select equipment to build a system that works.

Students will:

  • Work with individual skills and obstacle courses to gain familiarity with equipment
  • Learn to zero IR lasers and conduct live fire drills with carbines and pistols
  • Practice building clearing using marking rounds with shoot and no-shoot targets
  • Drive under NVGs and open air movement
  • Current course offered:

    Fort Smith, AR
    March 9-10, 2016

    The National Tactical Officers Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the law enforcement community. The NTOA currently has more than 40,000 members from specialties including patrol, TEMS, crisis negotiations, canine, corrections, sniper, protective operations, explosives, command, behavioral sciences, and more.

    For more information or to schedule a course in your agency, contact NTOA training at training@ntoa.org or 800-279-9127, ext. 2.


    One Response to “NTOA Introduces Night Vision Operator Course”

    1. Anonymous says:

      Looks a lot like the ATOA lesson plan developed by the guy who is currently teaching this class for NTOA, which he did not write up.