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Expeditionary Combat Skills Training

The Department of the Navy, Center for Security Forces (CENSECFOR) is searching for qualified instructors to deliver Expeditionary Combat Skills (ECS) training courses.

The ECS course is designed to provide eligible personnel with basic expeditionary combat skills training necessary to professionally and safely perform high risk security operations when assigned to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) or Naval Special Warfare (NSW) organizations.

This course will provide instruction on performing:

  • Basic Expeditionary First Aid
  • Donning and Wear of Individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and CBR gear
  • Safe Functioning in CBRNE Environment
  • Basic Land Navigation
  • Basic Radio Communications Procedures and Reports
  • Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operations
  • Range Live Fire, Missions and Ammunition Safe Handling

The ECS course will allow personnel to demonstrate, qualify and become comfortable with both primary and secondary weapons. Students will perform basic movement while engaging targets, transition from primary to secondary weapon, execute vehicle emergency egress procedures, and conduct live-fire exercises in a controlled environment.

The instructors will be required to present Navy course curriculums, grade student performance, provide remediation assistance for students, adhere to Navy training and range safety protocols, provide logistical support related to applicable ranges, and act as security during transportation of weapons and ammunition live fire locations.

The period of performance for the anticipated contract is a one-year base period and four option years.

Qualified and experienced sources are requested to submit capability statements no later than Dec. 22, 2014. Further details are available via Solicitation Number: N0018915ECSXX.

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