Close Quarters Tactical (CQT) announced it recently acquired the former National Security Associates training facility near Fort Benning, Georgia. The multi-purpose facility encompasses 700 acres and features numerous ranges, shoot houses and breaching facilities.
Located in Cusseta, Georgia, the new CQT facility spans some 700 acres. An extensive breaching facility accommodates all types of mechanical, ballistic, thermal and explosive breaching. Meanwhile, a 6,000-square-foot covered shoot house provides ample scenarios. Shooting ranges vary 25 to 1,000 yards.
Close Quarter Tactical will provide law enforcement, government and military courses for tactical professionals. According to CQT, it offers real-world facilities to support training missions and readiness. As such, turn-key, deployment-ready preparation and detail-specific follow through is guaranteed, according to CQT.
The CQT Georgia facility also provides the defense industry a venue to conduct testing, evaluation and demonstration of cutting edge technologies and capabilities. Convenient to Fort Benning Combat Developers and Integration Directorate personnel, opportunities abound at CQT.
The Georgia training location accommodates up to 100 people, with one-stop training for law enforcement, private security, military and special operations teams. Course lists include breaching, precision rifle, SWAT, patrol tactics, active shooter and more.
Close Quarters Tactical Georgia Features
- Numerous flat ranges
- Shoot house
- Numerous Breaching areas
- SUB-T site
- Confined Space trainer
- Jungle/Clandestine drug lab
- Rappel tower
For more information, visit cqtusa.com.
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