Land Forces Training Progremmes

SADAT Defense has ability to perform the basic and advanced trainings and orientation programmes effectively with the training teams composed from professionals chosen from a large circle of reserves depending on requests at all fields of armed forces of friendly countries in their own territories.

SADAT Defense Training Activities

SADAT Defense has ability to perform the basic and advanced trainings and orientation programmes effectively with the training teams composed from professionals chosen from a large circle of reserves depending on requests at all fields of armed forces of friendly countries in their own territories.

SADAT Defense has an archive of documentations which includes of training plans, schedules, instructor books and trainee books to open and implement any courses for all branches and units for the armed forces of countries all around the world and updates and upgrades this archive in accordance with the new technologies and developments and also keeps ready to be used anytime by talented instructors in the field.

SADAT Defense provides military training on the subjects needed and the sample training programmes are;

Training Programmes for Land Forces

  1. Land Operations Courses
  2. Sharpshooter Training Programmes
  3. Special Task Shooter / Sniper Training Programmes
  4. Protection Training Programmes
  5. Demolition Training Programmes
  6. Unconventional Warfare Training Programmes
  7. Urban Warfare Operations Training Programmes
  8. Individual Combat Training Programmes
  9. Artillery Forward Observer Training Programmes
  10. Tank Destruction (Armored Vehicle Destruction / Capture) Training Programmes

Visit our website to view our sample training programmes for the Land Forces.

Our trainings are not limited to our sample training programmes.

Who Can Participate in Our Courses

All our Training and Consultancy services are for the Armed Forces and Police Forces of friendly and allied countries.

Individual participation in our trainings is not possible

Initial Requirements for Courses:

Candidates must have succesfully completed some major trainings before and gained the skills listed below;

  1. Knowledge of Basic Military Rules and Techniques
  2. 7200 meters run with 20 kg backpack in 52 minutes or less
  3. %60 + achievement on rifle and pistol shootings

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the land operations training programmes.

Training Subjects:

During the Land Operations courses, all of the drills taught to trainees are practiced in terrain by professional trainers with the special equipments supplied for every individual trainee. The main subjects taught to trainees are as below;

  1. Physical Fitness and Toughness Training
  2. First Aid
  3. Shooting Drills
  4. Marching Formations and Patrolling
  5. Ambush
  6. Reconnaissance and Intelligence
  7. Evasion and Survival
  8. Close Quarter Combats
  9. Search and Rescue
  10. Refugee Evacuations
  11. Raid and Sabotage
  12. Aircraft and Helicopter Directing 

Skills to be gained at the end of the course:

At the end of the Courses, trainees showing the qualifications of; 

  1. Orientation to assignments in all units from smallest to highest in army organizations
  2. Ability to apply First Aid Procedures
  3. Knowledge of firearms and highest performance at using arms effectively
  4. Applications of team marching formations in terrain
  5. Knowledge and application of ambush types against troops, convoys and regions
  6. Ability to escape alone from enemy field and survive
  7. Ability to search, save and rescue from enemy or friendly areas of combat
  8. Knowledge and applications of sabotage techniques
  9. Ability to infiltrate into the enemy lines and direct the attack helicopters, aircrafts, bombers or other subjects of friendly forces to help assaults
  10. Ability to identify communication means in combat and operate effectively
  11. Ability to capture, hunt or destruct the strategic objects of enemy such as tanks, aircrafts etc 

Are awarded with “Certificate of Land Operations Expert ”… 

Duration of Course:

Trainings including therotical trainings, practises and simulations last 16 weeks in total.

Initial Requirements for Courses: 

Candidates must have succesfully completed some major trainings before and gained the skills listed below; 

  1. Knowledge of Basic Military Rules and Techniques
  2. 7200 meters run with 20 kg backpack in 52 minutes or less
  3. %60 + achievement on rifle and pistol shootings 

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the sniper / sharpshooter training programmes. 

Training Subjects 

During the Sniper / Sharpshooter Training Courses, all of the drills, taught to trainees, are practised in terrain by professional trainers with the special equipments supplied for every individual trainee and instruments such as helicopters, boats, electronic simulation systems and first aid simulation systems are used. The main subjects taught to trainees are as below; 

  1. Physical Fitness and Toughness Training
  2. Basic Shooting Techniques
  3. Advanced Shooting Techniques
  4. Reconnaissance and Intelligence
  5. Communications
  6. Evasion and Survival 

Skills to be gained at the end of the courses:

At the en of the course, candidates showing the qualifications of; 

  1. Orientation to self-weapon and sharpshooting skills
  2. Orientation to terrain by using camouflage techniques
  3. Ability to identify the other armies’ sniper weapons
  4. Knowledge and application of first aid procedures
  5. Ability to survive during and after the mission behind the enemy lines 

are awarded with “Certficate of Sniper / Sharpshooter”… 

Duration of Course:

Trainings including therotical trainings, practises and simulations last 8 weeks in total

Initial Requirements for Courses: 

Candidates must have succesfully completed some major trainings before and gained the skills listed below; 

  1. Knowledge of Basic Military Rules and Techniques
  2. 7200 meters run with 20 kg backpack in 52 minutes or less
  3. %60 + achievement on rifle and pistol shootings
  4. 150 Meters FreeStyle Swim in 6 minutes or less 

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Protection Course Training Programmes. 

Training Subjects: 

With the usage of instruments such as various arms / weapons, boats, electronic simulation systems and first aid simulation systems, Protection Course Training Programme includes 

  1. Physical Fitness and Toughness Training
  2. First Aid
  3. VIP Protection
  4. Vehicle Protection 

Skills to be gained at the end of the course:

At the en of the course, candidates showing the qualifications of;

  1. Basic Protection Techniques
  2. Person, Building, Vehicle and Region Protection Techniques
  3. First Aid Techniques
  4. Assassination Techniques 

are awarded with the “Certificate of Protections Expert”.. 

Duration of Course:

Trainings including therotical trainings, practises and simulations last 4 weeks in total

Initial Requirements for Courses:

Candidates must have succesfully completed some major trainings before and gained the skills listed below:

  1. Knowledge of Basic Military Rules and Techniques
  2. 7200 meters run with 20 kg backpack in 52 minutes or less
  3. %60 + achievement on rifle and pistol shootings
  4. 150 Meters FreeStyle Swim in 6 minutes or less

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Advanced Demolition Training Programmes.

Training Subjects:

During the Course Programme, trainings are practised in different types of terrains such as forests, rocky areas or mountainous regions by professionals and course programme includes:

  1. Advanced Demolition Techniques,
  2. Handmade Explosives
  3. Vehicle Destruction
  4. Building Destruction
  5. Mines
  6. Bomb Disposal
  7. Underwater Demolitions

Skills to be gained at the end of the courses:

At the en of the course, candidates showing the qualifications of:

  1. Basic Demolition Techniques
  2. Advanced Demolition Techniques
  3. First Aid Techniques
  4. Vehicle and Building Destruction
  5. Bomb Disposal Techniques
  6. Bomb Making Skills

are awarded with the “Certificate of Demolitions Expert”.

Duration of Course:

Trainings including therotical trainings, practises and simulations last 8 weeks in total

When the armed forces of the countries occupied by the enemy are enslaved, the civilian population must fight against the enemy units for the liberation of their homeland. This all-out combat situation is called Unconventional Warfare (UW). The armed forces carry out planning and training activities for the Unconventional Warfare period during peacetime.

SADAT Defense provides trainings of ambush, raid, road cutting / closing, destruction, sabotage and Rescue / Abduction Operations and “Counter Tactics and Techniques” to above for Unconventional Warfare Organizations and related components for the Need of National Defense Preparations of a country.

Initial Requirements for Courses:

Candidates must have successfully completed some major trainings before and gained the skills listed below:

  1. Knowledge of Basic Military Rules and Techniques
  2. 7200 meters run with 20 kg backpack in 52 minutes or less
  3. %60 + achievement on rifle and pistol shootings
  4. 150 Meters FreeStyle Swim in 6 minutes or less

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Unconventional Warfare Training Programmes.

Training Subjects:

With the usage of instruments such as various arms / weapons, boats, electronic simulation systems, first aid simulation systems sea mines, Unconventional Warfare Training Programme includes

  1. Organizing National Unconventional Warfare (UW) Components
  2. Intelligence
  3. Resistance and Insurgency
  4. Guerilla Operations
  5. Rescue And Evasion Operations
  6. Special Forces Operations
  7. Insidious Waterborne Operations
  8. Airborne Operations
  9. Psychological Warfare
  10. Communications and Communications Safety Procedures
  11. Logistics
  12. Counter UW Operations
  13. Leadership in UW
  14. First Aid in UW

Skills to be gained at the end of the Course:

At the en of the course, candidates showing qualifications to;

  1. Psychological Warfare and Operation
  2. Sabotage
  3. Raid
  4. Ambush
  5. Demolish
  6. Assassinate
  7. Rescue and Evade
  8. Insurgent

are awarded with “Certificate of Unconventional Warfare Course Completion”

Duration of Course:

Trainings including therotical trainings, practises and simulations last 16 weeks in total

Initial Requirements for Courses:

In order to attend the course, the training status of the trainees in the subjects of “Basic Individual Combat Training”, whether they have reached a certain level of knowledge, skill and ability and they should be checked with the training and shooting tests to be carried out.

The minimum qualifications are:

  1. Individual Close Order Drill (basic military discipline training)
  2. Mechanical and Marksmanship Training; Test and Instruction Shooting on 25m
  3. Basic Individual Combat Training (finding direction and range estimation, land use, fortification, surveillance and reconnaissance, concealment and camouflage, marking management etc.)
  4. Being able to complete 7200 meters run with 20 kg rucksack in 52 minutes or less,
  5. Conducting shooting missions with light arms (achieving a minimum of 60% success in pistol and rifle shooting)

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Advanced Individual Combat Training programmes.

Training Subjects

Trainees taken to the Advanced Individual Combat Training are equipped with light weapons and equipment allocated by their own unit for each trainee; In order to be equipped with maps, compass, GPS device, hand binoculars, etc. with other training materials, in training simulation systems and then, in the field environment, by expert trainers in the field, in order to be reinforced by trainees. They are trained in the following subjects:

  1. Close order drill,
  2. Mechanical marksmanship and shooting training,
  3. Cartography, sketch drawing, reconnaissance and intelligence,
  4. Protection from (direct or indirect) enemy fire,
  5. Applying survival techniques,
  6. Assault tactics and techniques under enemy fire,
  7. Range estimation, finding direction and target acquisition,
  8. Firing request and firing adjustment from fire support vehicles that shoot indirectly
  9. Requesting close-air fire support

Abilities to be Gained After the Training
The trainees gain the following abilities as a result of the Advanced Individual Combat Training;

  1. Cartography (putting in direction and reading maps)
  2. Sketch drawing techniques
  3. Target designation and fire plan
  4. Accurate shots with light arms
  5. Course of action in contact with the enemy
  6. Using communication tools
  7. Marking management
  8. Applying survival techniques

At the end of the course, those who are successful as a result of the test and evaluation are given an Advanced Individual Combat Expert Certificate.

Duration of Course:

Advanced Individual Combat training consists of a total of 4 weeks of theoretical, practical and simulation training.

Initial Requirements for Courses:

In order to attend the course, trainees must have successfully completed some major trainings

before and gained the skills are;

  1. Being adequate in conditioning and combat physical training,
  2. Being adequate in basic and advanced individual combat training issues,
  3. Being trained in wired and wireless communication systems and signal communication methods.

Trainees showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Forward Observer training programmes

Training Subjects: 

In the Forward Observer training, the trainees are trained first in the classroom and then in the training simulation systems, respectively, by being equipped with light arms and other training materials such as maps, compass, binoculars, calculator and sketching tools etc. Subsequently, the artilleries are trained by expert trainers in practice in heavy weapon firing zones until they reinforce their forward observer duties and make them capable:

  1. Map reading, drawing sketch,
  2. Using binoculars and other observing tools,
  3. Range estimation, target identifying, acquisition and description methods,
  4. Classification of targets and marking them on the map,
  5. Concealment and camouflage; survival techniques,
  6. Coordination with artillery and mortar fire management headquarter,
  7. Factors of fire request, fire support request from air and land vehicles,
  8. Fire adjustment procedures and principles,
  9. Management and administration by signaling; being able to use wired and wireless communication means,
  10. First Aid

Skills to be gained at the end of the Course: 

The trainees gain the following abilities as a result of the Forward Observer Training;

  1. Applying the techniques of cartography (reading, marking, measuring, etc.) and sketch drawing,
  2. Describing accurately and quickly the targets in the field and marking them on a board easily,
  3. In accordance with the characteristics of the field, quickly preparing an observation point and applying concealment and camouflage techniques efficiently,
  4. Ability to make the first fire request and adjustment at the desired targets within the standard time

Artillery Forward Observer Certificate is given to those who are successful as a result of the test and evaluation.

Duration of Course:

Artillery Forward Observer trainings consist of a one-week program in total, with theoretical training, simulation systems training, and finally open field practice.

Subsequently if possible, the acquired skills are reinforced during the year by giving plenty of practice opportunities by assigning tasks to coincide with the shooting and exercises phase of the Artillery and Mortar units.

Initial Requirements for Courses

In order to attend the course, trainees must have successfully completed some major trainings before and gained the skills are;

  1. Being trained in conditioning and combat physical training,
  2. Being well-trained in basic and advanced individual combat training issues,
  3. Being successful in infantry and anti-tank weapons shooting missions,
  4. Successfully applying the advance techniques and tactics of the coordinated shots of the two private soldiers,
  5. Being successful in infantry team or squad combat training standards,
  6. Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of tanks and armored vehicles and crew duties

Trainees showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Tank Destruction Training programmes

Training Subjects:

In the Tank Destruction training; on the Tank Destruction Training Track prepared for this training by experienced trainers,

  • Anti-tank rifle grenades,
  • Shoulder-launched MANPADS (man-portable air-defense system) type light anti-tank weapons,
  • Guided – unguided rockets and missiles (TOW, RPG-7, LAW, etc.);
  • Flame and fog throwers, tear gas bombs,
  • Auxiliary materials and equipment to render the tank tread and powertrains dysfunctional by using barrier materials that can be easily found in the field and can be made immediately,
  • Demolition blocks, IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices),
  • Tank mines, molotov cocktails, smoke and fire grenades,
  • It will increase the courage of the trainees against the armored vehicles.
  • Training is provided on the following subjects, which will ensure that the enemy armored vehicles can be captured safely or, in cases where it is not possible to be captured, to demolish and render the vehicles dysfunctional;
  1. Introducing the capabilities and weaknesses of the tanks used by the enemy,
  2. Weakness for destruction of vehicles as a result of infantry separating from tankers.
  3. Forcing the tank hatches to be closed,
  4. Improving tank destroyers' ability to get on and off the tank,
  5. Preparing marksman-pit,
  6. Using anti-tank weapons,
  7. Using flame throwers,
  8. Methods of destroying and damaging tanks and armored vehicles and recognition and use of explosives,
  9. Making necessary obstacles against tanks,
  10. Defense against tanks in urbanized areas,
  11. Capturing the tank intact

Skills to be gained at the end of the Course: 

At the end of the course, trainees will have capability of;

  1. Ambushing tanks or capturing tank intact if possible,
  2. Damaging or rendering dysfunctional tanks and armored vehicles which cannot be captured intact,
  3. Burning and destroying tank,
  4. Leaving tanks unprotected by separating them from infantry,
  5. Obstructing fire and sight of the tank crew,
  6. Forcing tank crew to close their armored tank hatches,

Then, they become brave and trained “tank destroyers”.

At the end of the course, those who are successful in the test and evaluation are given a Tank Destroyer Expert Certificate

Duration of Course:

Tank destruction training consist of a total of 1 week programme as theoretical, training in simulation systems and applied training.

As an element of today’s Asymmetrical War, it is possible to cause a massive impact on the enemy by using the dual Sniper teams. Within the scope of intense struggle between Turkish Armed Forces and terrorist organizations, using the Special Task Shooter (sniper) teams proves the significance of its power.  

The personnel with the ability to shoot accurately and effectively are categorized under three groups:

  1. Shooter: This is the person who has the ability to shoot with high accuracy in every kind of environment, without using any additional tool, by combining the structural characteristics of the weapon, shooting techniques and principles with personal abilities..
  2. Sharp-Shooter: This is the person having the talent and ability to make accurate shoots in a distance about 600 meters with a special rifle equipped with optical tools (weapon sight, wind gauge, etc.)
  3. Sniper / Special Task Shooter: T): The person with the talent and ability to have very high accuracy in shooting (99%) by using all the camouflage techniques, within the enemy perimeter when required, under any weather conditions, with a custom rifle, having the ability to make accurate shoots in a distance of 600 meters and more, equipped with weapon sights and shooting computers with more advanced features. They carry out missions as a dual team with a sniper assistant. 

The Special Task Shooter (Sniper) is a professional shooting expert having the required technical background, physical endurance and a strong psychology. The Special Task Shooter has the ability to make successful shots based on the distance, scale, location, temporary nature conditions on targets which cannot be stricken by the Sharp Shooter.

The faction with a Sniper achieves potential superiority on the enemy with a “force multiplier” factor, which has the ability to seal the fate of war.

He must have all the abilities to survive for a long time while engaging in the combat zone and behind the contact line, as well as having the ability to implement all concealment and camouflage techniques. The sniper assistant is trained under the same conditions.

The trainings of a sniper must be repeated until the foregoing abilities are intensified and the required experience is gained; both the psychological and physical abilities are to be maintained always on a maximized level. 

SPECIAL TASK SHOOTER TRAINING

Where the candidate trainees and personnel, elected among the shooters and sharp shooters, show success in the tests and evaluation processes, they are accepted to the Special Task Shooter Training.

Qualification Criteria for Attending the Course

  1. Knowing the general military rules and techniques
  2. Completing the track of 7200 meters under 52 minutes, with a 20-kg rucksack
  3. Having 80% accuracy rate in the pistol and infantry rifle shoots (Having the shooting ability at the level of a Sharp Shooter)

 

Training Subjects

Special Task Shooter Training is provided by professional trainers with custom equipment and entrenching tools assigned specific to each trainee in the field, after providing the basic information in line with the simulated military operations carried out within the framework of the completed training programme, in order to get the trainees experienced and able perform operations..

  1. Combat physical training and condition
  2. Basic shooting techniques
  3. Advanced shooting techniques
  4. Special reconnaissance & intelligence
  5. Correspondence
  6. Concealment and camouflage
  7. Survival
  8. Evasion and escape

Abilities to be Gained After the Training

The following skills of the trainees are improved by using various weapons, helicopter, boat, electronic simulation kit, first aid simulation kit, etc. during the Special Task Shooter Trainings:

  1. Knowing their weapons in depth and shooting with the highest accuracy,
  2. Knowing the sniper rifles used in the armies of other countries,
  3. Knowing and implementing the first aid practices,
  4. Surviving during and after the missions in the enemy zone under challenging conditions,
  5. Making direct-hit shoots by choosing the target from long distances (up to 1800 meters with the respective weapon and additional technical equipment),

The foregoing abilities and skills of the trainee are improved. The trainees successfully passing the tests and evaluations to be held at the end of the training, are awarded with a Special Task Shooter (Sniper) certificate, stating the completion of course his success status.

Duration of Training

Special Task Shooter (Sniper) trainings comprise of a 12-week programme, as theoretical training, simulation trainings and shooting tasks..

Initial Requirements for Courses

In order to attend the course, the training status of the trainees in the subjects of “Basic Individual Combat Training” should be checked with the level of knowledge, skills and ability and the training and shooting tests to be carried out.

The minimum qualifications are:

  1. Individual Close Order Drill (basic military discipline training)
  2. Mechanical and Marksmanship Training; test and instruction shooting on 25m
  3. Basic Individual Combat Training (finding direction and range estimation, land use, fortification, surveillance and reconnaissance, concealment and camouflage, marking management etc.)
  4. 7200 meters run with 20 kg rucksack in 52 minutes or less,
  5. Conducting Shooting Missions with Light Arms (achieving a minimum of 60% success in pistol and rifle shooting)

Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Urban Warfare Operations Training programmes

Training Topics

Trainees taken to the Advanced Individual Combat Training are equipped with light weapons and equipment allocated by their own unit for each trainee; in order to be equipped with maps, compass, hand binoculars, etc. with other training materials, in training simulation systems and then in the urban warfare area operations training and shooting facilities, by expert trainers in order to be clearly understood by trainees. They are trained in these subjects;

  1. Leadership training,
  2. Urban warfare techniques and tactics,
  3. Reconnaissance and intelligence
  4. Map reading; drawing sketch,
  5. Using drone,
  6. Photo and video evaluation techniques,
  7. Range estimation, target acquisition and description methods.
  8. Concealment and camouflage,
  9. Demolition,
  10. Setting up trap and getting rid of trap methods,
  11. Team operation in urban area and buildings,
  12. Management and administration by signaling; being able to use means of communication,
  13. First Aid

Capabilities to be earned at the End of the Course

The trainees gain the following abilities as a result of the Urban Warfare Operations Training;

  1. Operation techniques in urban warfare areas,
  2. Target acquisition and evaluation from photo, sketch and video,
  3. Building trapping and getting rid of the trapped area techniques,
  4. Requesting close air fire support from the vehicles (helicopter, AUAV, aircraft) methods,
  5. Requesting support from land fire support from the vehicles (artillery and mortars) methods

At the end of the course, those who are successful as a result of the test and evaluation are given a “Urban Warfare Operations Expert Certificate”.

Course Duration

Urban warfare operations training consists of a total of 45 days of theoretical, practical and simulation programme.

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