|Posted by George Freund on September 22, 2018 at 9:10 AM|
September 19, 2018 – Ottawa – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces
The Canadian Army’s Infantry School, part of the Combat Training Centre at 5th Canadian Support Base Gagetown, will host the 20th Annual Canadian International Sniper Concentration (CISC) from September 21 until, September 28, 2018.
Military snipers from Canada, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America will participate alongside law enforcement officers from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Calgary Police Service, Edmonton Police Service, Halifax Regional Police, Service de police de la Ville de Montréal, Peel Regional Police and Saint John Regional Police.
CISC is an excellent opportunity for participants to further develop operational capabilities related to sniper-specific skill sets. Part of this advanced training platform includes using new technological developments, exchanging ideas with Allies and learning about new doctrinal changes on how to train efficiently and effectively. Snipers will also have the opportunity to share experiences related to sniper tactics, techniques and procedures.
The operational role of the sniper is of increasing significance to militaries and law enforcement agencies. CISC, which has become a world-class, well-attended sniper training event, assists participants in sustaining and improving their expertise in this area.
“The Canadian International Sniper Concentration sets the conditions for participants to rehearse and discuss operationally relevant tactics, techniques and procedures. By focusing on the operational experience and lessons learned by Canada and its Allies, CISC promotes healthy competition and esprit de corps while generating discussion about ways to improve sniper skill sets for all parties involved.”
Colonel John Errington, Commander of the Combat Training Centre
The Combat Training Centre provides advanced training for specialist trades, such as Infantry Snipers, to develop the precise skills and proficiencies required to maintain the high readiness levels expected within the Canadian Army.
Canadian snipers are trained in advanced shooting and spotting techniques, as well as sniper employment in all phases of warfare and tactical planning.
Concurrently with the Canadian International Sniper Concentration, the Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration 2018 (CAFSAC 18) is being conducted at the Connaught Ranges and Primary Training Centre, in Ottawa, from September 10 to 22, 2018. In addition to service rifle, service pistol and light machine gun shoots, CAFSAC 2018 will also host the Canadian Army Skill-At-Arms Meeting, which is a series of team-based army skills matches.
The Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration presents an opportunity for new and experienced CAF members, as well as international competitors, to test and improve their skills and knowledge in a controlled and operationally-focused environment.
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