IWC® is pleased to announce that it has won another tender to supply the US Air Force in Europe: A complete turn-key portable training environment for a USAF unit based in Germany. The system includes the IWC Wall package, a Video Camera system for Live Action monitoring and AAR playback as well as multiple Breaching Technology Inc. (BTI) Breaching Door trainer systems..
For a third year IWC were invited back to an exclusive traininer’s event in Netherlands; the CATS Symposum with a focus on solutions suppliers have made to challenges that Counter Terror Officers face. IWC provided a zero danger area range for a FX Simunition and FitLight live demonstrationRead More
With the ever increasing threat posed by terrorist attack by vehicles being used as weapons, whether heavy goods vehicles, cars or 4×4’s the police response and doctrine needs to be raised to match. National Police Chief Council lead for Armed Policing Simon Chesterman has been speaking on the topic recently.
Further to supporting the 1 Armoured Infantry Sniper Concentration Course IWC® was asked to support in barracks training session on St Patrick’s Day 2017 assisting the Household Cavalry in practising their urban skills during an in camp exercise with FX Simunition.
As further proof of the versatility and ruggedness of the product IWC® is proud to have been involved in the recently publicised final exercise of the ‘Sniper Concentration Course’ that appears on the official British Army Facebook page this week (March 10th at 12.33pm GMT).
IWC® are proud for the fifth year running to support the Polizeitrainer in Deutschland (PID) European Police Trainer Conference (EPTK) which is held alongside Enforce Tac in Nuremberg Messe on the 1st and 2nd March 2017.
IWC has demonstrated its Professional Range training wall capability in the high profile environment of the Saab UK Open Day. Saab UK set out to demonstrate the breadth and depth of its training and operations portfolio to over 140 delegates across all parts of the armed services and the UK Ministry of Defence.
IWC recently exhibited the Professional Range at Modern Day Marine, one of a series of events hosted by the Marine Corps Base, Quantico. Home to both the Marine Corps Systems Command and Combat Development Command, the base at Quantico is responsible for shaping the requirements and purchasing the equipment the Marine Corps will use in the future. IWC is proud to have played a key part in showcasing a live simulated training training system at the premier military exposition for the Marine Corps.
IWC have raised the bar of realism at the Connecticut SWAT Challenge, a sort of tactical team Olympics, where the top SWAT teams in the USA spend the week meeting and competing. For the 12th year of the challenge, they have added a new event using IWC Professional Range Portable Training Wall equipment: the top seven teams were engaged in a hostage rescue simulating real life scenarios.