Purpose

Clausewitz an 1830's Prussian general said “no good plan survives first contact with the enemy”. If Clausewitz is right, and we think he is, then tactical training must include, not only tactics but dynamic principles that are flexible under stress.

The ability to adapt to an ever changing battlefield and adjust mentally and physically are some of the fundamental keys in winning today’s conflicts.

Live fire Range skills are important. The ability to transition form primary weapons to secondary are essential. We also believe that force-on-force skills are critical. Training with less-than-lethal munitions with skilled opposing force (OPFOR) who are moving, thinking and communicating are the building blocks for good operators.

The Urban Warfare Center® is the perfect space to not only experience force-on-force training, but to evaluate it based on principles that as Clausewitz suggested are flexible under a shifting battlefield.