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Office of the Project Manager for Close Combat Systems. New Materiel Information Briefing Brigade Non Lethal Capabilities Set. Project Officer: Mr. Frank Altamura/973-724-2783 ANSEC Lead: Mr. Eric Niver/573-563-5490

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Office of the Project ManagerforClose Combat Systems

New Materiel Information Briefing

Brigade Non Lethal Capabilities Set

Project Officer: Mr. Frank Altamura/973-724-2783

ANSEC Lead: Mr. Eric Niver/573-563-5490

Lead Engineer: Ms. Linda Chico/973-724-6933

ILS Manager: Mr. Mark Davidson/973-724-9865

MNET Training Specialist: Mr. Jeff Teats/973-724-2736

  • Introductions
  • Overview of NLCS Configuration
  • Fielding Process & Timeline
  • Facility/Ammo/Resource Requirements
  • Unit POC Identification*
  • NET Training Schedule
  • PBUSE/Sustainment and Replenishment
  • Issues Concerns
  • Backup Slides
    • Module Description and Capabilities
  • *Please complete and return prior to scheduled NMIB
brigade nlcs mission modules quadcon configuration

Quadcons 1, 2, 3, and 4

(1 Checkpoint per)

Quadcons 5 and 6

(1 CC/Detainee Ops per)

Brigade NLCS Mission ModulesQuadcon Configuration

Quadcons 7 and 8 (4 Convoy)

Quadcon 9

(3 Dismount/2 PVABs)

Quadcon 10

(1 Dismount/3 Taser/2 PVABs)

fielding process
Fielding Process
  • Brigade NLCS is fielded IAW HQDA Directed Requirement for initial issue only
  • Brigade NLCS is not a Program of Record (POR) – no sustainment funding provided
  • Fielding is accomplished via NET utilizing a cadre of Mobile Training Team (MTT) Instructors
  • PM IEDD/PF is responsible for all aspects of fielding process
fielding timeline
Fielding Timeline
  • D-90 FORSCOM G3 sends tasker with G4 Support/Coordination
    • Coord for D-60 trip
    • Valid POC and contact number
    • Send Unit NMIB to facilitate early coordination
    • Unit requisition NL ammo to support NET
  • D-60 Unit Coordination Visit (unit resource requirements)
    • Representatives from Program Manager Close Combat Systems and the Army Non-Scaleable Effects Center will meet with Unit leadership and POC to brief the New Materiel Information Brief
    • Discuss requirements to support the fielding of the NLCS
  • D-45
    • Ammo On site
    • Installation/unit Support Verification
  • D-30
    • Student Verification (Name/Lin)
    • Validate NET trainer cert/required training equipment
  • D-15
    • Sets on installation
    • Unit prepare to conduct Log/Prop Book transfers
      • Conduct NLCS inventories (2 Days)
      • Unit / installation PBO representatives process paperwork
  • D (-15 thru -2) (MTT Travel as required)
    • NLCS transfer in PBUSE complete (Set on Unit Property Book)
  • D thru D+5 (Training)
    • Trainee Cert Memo (Assistant Commandant, USAMPS, signed document)
    • MTT AAR leadership/trainees/NET
facility requirements
Facility Requirements
  • Classroom
    • AC power outlets and power strips for charging training equipment
    • White screen
    • Seats
    • Tables
    • 30 students
  • Range
    • Small arms range used to fire the non-lethal munitions
    • 25 E-type silhouettes with stands
    • Ammunition detail (sign for and transport ammunition)
    • 10 M203s and 10 Shotguns
    • OIC/RSO
    • Medic
    • Evacuation Vehicle
  • Training Area for TASERs
    • may use area on range above if RC approves
  • Equipment for each day
    • All 10 Quadcons at classroom site for hands on training
    • 2 vehicles to demonstrate alternate anchoring points for PVAB
    • Uniform for each day (gloves and eye protection)
ammunition requirements
Ammunition Requirements
  • Non-Lethal Munitions
    • 200 total M1006, 40mm Sponge Grenade, BA06
    • 120 total M1029, 40mm Crowd Dispersal Cartridge, BA13
    • 200 total M1012, 12 gauge point, AA51
    • 120 total M1013, 12 gauge area, AA52
  • Ammunition Supply Point
    • DA 581 – Unit must forecast and requisition
    • DA1687 (authorization for pick-up/turn-in of ammunition)
  • TASER Cartridges (contained in the MTT Kit)
    • 100 total 21’ simulation cartridge
    • 50 total 25’ cartridge
    • 50 total 35’ cartridge
  • IRCAD (OC Spray) (contained in the MTT Kit)
    • 15 total M40 Training IRCADs
  • Unit will not receive training on all NL munitions

Additional Requirements

  • Soldier Support
    • 30 Soldiers per NET will be trained
    • E-5 or above requested for the training
    • Use of INIWIC certified Soldiers within Unit
    • What can the BDE Leadership expect from this Soldier after training
    • Continued support to Soldiers after training
    • Range support personnel
    • Ammo handlers support
  • Log Support
    • POC information for Property Book Personnel to execute lateral transfers
    • Shipping Address
    • DODAC and UIC of unit signing for the NLCS
    • 10 Quadcons arrive in Semi Box Truck, forklift and ramp required to unload, MHE assets required to move Quadcons to training site
    • Inventory (conducted by unit) should be conducted Monday prior to start of training
    • Twenty Locks to secure the 10 Quadcons upon arrival
    • 30 Soldier Students to conduct inventory
    • MTT Team Instructor Kit and manuals
  • VIP coordination
general range layout
General Range Layout





Non-Lethal Munitions Firing Lanes

- Four Lanes

- E-Type Silhouettes (16 total for firing lanes, 20 for entire range effort)

- Spaced at 10m, 20m, 30m, and 40m from firing line

TASER Training Lanes

- 4 E-Type Silhouettes

- 4 stations

- Does not require

live fire range

Station 1


Station 2

8ft Site Picture

Station 3

Misfire / Engagement

Station 4

25’ and 35’ Engagement

notional net training schedule
Notional NET Training Schedule

Recommend the Days 3&4 of training for VIPs

module supply re supply for nlcs
Module Supply & Re-Supply for NLCS
  • NLCS is initial issued to BCT from PM CCS.
  • It is recommended that the TASER Modules be secured.
  • Module NSLINs go on the unit Property Book
  • After initial issue & training, order replacement items from Aardvark Tactical Inc. using unit funds (IMPAC Credit Card or Purchase Order)*
  • Heidemarie Eggleston
  • Aardvark Tactical, Inc.
  • Director of Purchasing & Integration Support
  • 1002 W Tenth St. Azusa, CA 91702
  • phone: 800.997.3773 x261 fax: 626.334.6860
  • *To replace PVAB, VLAD, Taser® and IRCAD use standard supply system.
example of bde distribution plan
“Example” of BDE Distribution Plan
  • NLCS is a Brigade Level Asset and is fielded by PM to Brigade UIC
  • Brigade may sub-hand receipt and distribute IAW individual mission
generator set 1 per checkpoint module
Generator Set (1 per Checkpoint Module)

Supportability: Class VII Item

Manufacturer: Dewey Electronics

Dimensions: L x W x H (in.): 29.5 in. x 16 in. x 21.8 in.

Cube: 6 cu ft.

Back Up



checkpoint module
Checkpoint Module




Spike Strip



checkpoint module capabilities
Checkpoint Module Capabilities
  • Each module provides equipment to operate 4 hasty and 1 deliberate CP
  • M1 PVAB nominally stops a 7,500 lb vehicle traveling at 45 mph within 200’
  • M1 PVAB is reusable and comes with initial spare parts
  • M1 PVAB allows normal traffic flow through checkpoints
  • M2 VLAD nominally stops a 5,500 lb vehicle traveling at 35 mph within 200’
  • M2 VLAD is a one time use capture net
  • MAD device can be used in conjunction with Phraselator and VRT for long distance communication (max effective range of 500 ft)
convoy module
Convoy Module


MAD Device (Magnetic Mount)

convoy module capabilities
Convoy Module Capabilities
          • Each module provides equipment for 10 vehicles
          • MAD device can be used in conjunction with Phraselator & VRT for
          • long distance communication (max effective range of 500 ft)
          • MAD includes magnetic base vehicle mount
          • GoLightincludes IR filter
dismounted module
Dismounted Module

Tri-Fold Cuff


crowd control detainee ops module
Crowd Control / Detainee Ops Module

Hobble Restraint


Body Cuff