The Close Quarter Combat (CQC) is a tactical concept that involves the physical confrontation between different fighters (often melee). It can occur between military units, police and criminals, and other similar scenarios. In the typical close combat scenario, the attackers attempt an immediate and violent acquisition of a structure controlled by the defenders, who usually does not have an easy way to retreat. Because enemies, hostages and other operators can be closely interconnected, close combat calls for rapid assault and precise application of lethal force. Operators need great expertise with their weapons and must make decisions quickly and effectively in order to minimize accidental loss.
Action Violence in this case is essential for acquiring and maintaining physical and psychological momentum: the assault team can break through doors, puncture walls, enter through windows, rappel or jump from helicopters. It is possible to use uprights and platforms mounted on special vehicles to create unexpected entry points. The assault with the use of tear gas, flashbangs and gunfire, is complemented by the intimidating and aggressive actions of the break-in team. Since hostiles often hide among hostages, once the action is over, the operators must maintain dominion over whoever is still alive.
Non-war CQB military operations may involve peacekeeping or riot control, as well as close hand-to-hand combat techniques with subjects under arrest or intending to attack the operator or a civilian.
The realistic TAT3D targets of both the Mario and Tobj series are suitable to recreate all the scenarios described and those typical of assault actions, and also allow the study of the body to body with all types of weapons both white and fire, allowing the training of distance gaining techniques, defense weapon extraction and attacker attack.
Awareness is a good thing, but if it is not accompanied by specific skills, it only creates anxiety.
This is why the TAT3D Mario and Tobj are the preferred tactical training tools for so many.