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va_dinger 10-29-2012 5:18 PM

McPhee 2-Day Aerial Marksmanship - March 23-24, 2013 - McAllen, Texas
 
John McPhee 2-Day Aerial Marksmanship - March 23-24, 2013 - McAllen, Texas

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SGM(ret) John McPhee served a distinguished career in U.S. Army Special Operations for over 20 years, retiring in 2011.

John has spent his adult life in Special Operations and Special Mission Units. He is a Master Instructor in all aspects of special activities, missions and operations. He has over 6 years of private special activities consulting and is a Subject Matter Expert (SME) in: Special Activities, Operational Preparations, Limited Signature Operations, Reconnaissance, Singleton Operations, High Threat Dignitary Protective Services, Extreme Long Range, Designated Marksman, Advanced Precision Rifle Marksmanship, Combat Marksmanship, Live Fire CQB/CQC, Advanced Pistol Marksmanship, Advanced Carbine Marksmanship, Ariel Gunnery (Rifles, Shotguns, Ariel Personnel and Vehicle Interdictions, Mechanical, Ballistic and Explosive Breaching, Freefall Instructor Programs, Infiltration/ Exfiltration Techniques, Ground Mobility, Unit Pre-Deployment Training, and Research and Development of; Soldier Systems, Weapons, Ammunition, Thermal and Night Optics.

He has trained countless U.S. Special Operations forces, thousands of International Tier 1 Operators and Special Forces around the world. He is one of the handful of operators with over a decade of combat having served in multiple theaters from Bosnia and South America to recent war efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan.


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John McPhee 2-Day Aerial Marksmanship - March 23-24, 2013 - McAllen, Texas

The Aerial Marksmanship course was designed to teach you to be “quick to shoot”, make the SHOT from a helicopter. Being accurate is final, but being accurate on the fly is better.

You will learn helicopter basics and safety considerations, the DOs and DONTs around helos. You will rehearse many shooting positions and techniques for making the SHOT. You will fly several courses of fire in progressive learning patterns to be as accurate and safe as possible as you become “quick to shoot”. Bring what you have; we will make you good with it. Learn to use your rifle, scope, reticle and any accessories for them. On the fly use hold offs, hold unders, and holdovers to increase your time to rapidly and accurately hit your target. You will shoot for score, for time and against your own skill to make the SHOT. Learn from your misses, where the shot went, why and correct for a hit in seconds or less. Teach you to correctly and rapidly reload, correct malfunctions and stoppages to get back in the fight on the fly.

Do these things while applying the Perfect Fundamentals of Marksmanship. Practice doesn’t make perfect, Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.

Topics covered:
Basics of the Heavy Carbine rifle
Weapon manipulation
Helicopter Safety
Weapons Safety
Load/ unload clear weapon
Scopes/Reticles
Zeroing
Ammo, overview
Ballistics
Fundamentals of Marksmanship;
Malfunctions
Hold offs;
Holds
Land-marking
Reloads
Mounting accessories


**This class is open to; AR-10 platform guns of any caliber, AR-15 platform guns of any caliber**

Instructor: John McPhee

Class dates: March 23-24, 2013

Cost: $2500

Location: San Isidro, TX

Gravick Ranch
4985 FM 1017
San Isidro, TX 78588

Required Gear;

*Large power scopes not recommended

- Optic 1-8 power variable (or smaller 1-4), with any reticle - Red dot scope w/ magnifier also acceptable
- Brass catcher
- Ballistic Eye Protection or Ballistic Goggles, Hearing Protection
- 4 magazines
- A way to carry 3 mags on your body or belt
- Kneepads
- Rifle sling
- Riggers belt (to safety line to helicopter)
- Safety Lanyard to hook to your riggers belt
- Self locking snap link
*Optional ballistic computer (will reference and use them)

To sign-up for this class please use this link;
http://aliastraining.com/johnmcphee2...llentexas.aspx

If you have any additional questions please feel free to contact me;
Paul@aliastraining.com

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