Ops: High in the Rockies Tactical Training Course
anyone do these programs?
Yes and no. You must be at least 18 years old and you should be in
reasonably good health and physical condition. Typical participants
tend to be men and women ages 25 to 45. That said, if you’re a healthy
90 year old, and you’d like to join us, we’d love to have you. Every
exercise in every program is optional. If there is anything you don’t
want to try, we won’t make you.
How do you define “reasonably good health”?
We generally tell people that they should be able to jog a mile or
two and be used to doing some form of physical exercise on a regular
will I stay?
The lodging varies according to the program and location. For most
of the Russian Ops programs, you’ll stay either in lodging designed
for military officers or in a hotel and in either one you'll find
things pretty comfortable. If you enlist for the Spetsnaz
Survival Training or Ryazan
Airborne Training however, expect to stay in large tents or in
less deluxe accommodations.
How long is a typical day of training?
A typical day may begin by 7 a.m. and end after 9 p.m. We want to
be very sure you can’t ever say you didn’t get a lot for your money.
Again though, if you don’t want to do everything, we won’t make you.
program is the best?
We’ll pretend you didn’t ask that. That’s like asking a father of
six to tell you which kid he likes best. Each program is special in
its own way. The program that is best for you depends on your interests
and abilities. If you’re an avid diver, you may like Russian
Navy SEAL Training best. If you’re a marksman, you would probably
prefer our Bodyguard Training
or Vityaz Anti-Terror Training.
What about food?
We’ll feed you. Three meals a day are included during training. While
we can’t promise you gourmet meals, you’ll probably be pleasantly
surprised by the chow dished up at the various training sites. If
you have special diet needs, talk to us and we’ll let you know if
we can accommodate you. And, you can always pack a stash of PowerBars®