Tactical Winter & Alpine Operations
In combating terrorist networks, Special Operations Forces go to some of the most inhospitable places on the planet, from remote, snow-capped mountains to the Arctic. These missions require unique, winter warfare training designed to overcome the challenges presented by frigid environments where temperatures can drop more than 50 degrees below zero. Everything from soldier equipment to aircraft and ground vehicles can function differently in extreme cold-weather environments. Lubricants may solidify or gunk up. Icing on antennas can disrupt communication. Anchor Risk Group instructors draw upon real-world experience to help today’s fighters maintain their edge by using strategic tactics and techniques to not just survive, but to prevail.
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Cold-Weather Tactical Training
- Field Skills
- Situational Awareness
- Special Tactics & Techniques
- Patrolling and Survival Skills
- Special Reconnaissance Skills
- High-Altitude, High-Angle Mountaineering
Our training becomes muscle memory. Anchor Risk Group Founder
ARG's was the best training I've ever had. Not just because of the person giving it or the type of training, but because there's nothing you have to do but train. They prepare all your meals and those will be exactly what you need to get through the day. You're not going to be hungry. In the morning, breakfast is ready, lunch is bagged up for you to take out into the field. It isn't just a hot dinner at night. It's a good meal full of sustenance. Being healthy is a big deal for us. It's a phenomenal part of ARG training. Active Duty Navy Seal, ARG Trainee