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1 Copyright All rights reserved. HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS Company Profile & Capability Statement

2 HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS (HCT), is an American, veteran-owned owned security risk consulting company. HCT is recognized one of the worlds leading providers of reality based force-on-force training. The company maintains physical offices in the city of Fairfax, Virginia and Los Angeles, California. COMPANY PROFILE

3 HCT HCT exists to raise a global awareness of the need to improve the level of tactical readiness, training standards and certification requirements for law enforcement, military and commercial security first responders. Our motto, A Superior Standard In Security Training. MISSION STATEMENT

4 Hostile Control Tactics is listed in the Central Contractor Registry database with the US Department of Defense as a total solutions provider of anti-terrorist force protection training and a wide range of physical security services. Dunn & Bradstreet: NCAGE Code: 37LF5 Category: 426-F Small Business Administration: Approved GOVERNMENT REGISTRATIONS

5 GOVERNMENT AGENCY AFFILIATIONS OSAC Hostile Control Tactics is an approved constituent member of OSAC. The Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), is a charter agency of the US Department of State. OSAC was developed to promote security cooperation between American business, private sector enterprise world-wide and the US Department of State.

6 The OSAC (Council) is comprised of 30 private sector and 4 public sector member organizations that represent a broad range of economic sectors or agencies operating abroad. Private sector members are selected from OSACs constituency and normally serve for two to four year terms. OSAC currently encompasses a 34 - member core Council, Executive Officers, over 100 Country Councils, and more than 3,500 constituent member organizations and 372 associates. OVERSEAS SECURITY ADVISORY COUNCIL (continued)

7 INDUSTRY MEMBERSHIPS Member - International Association of Emergency ManagersInternational Association of Emergency Managers Member - International Association of Counter-terrorism and Security ProfessionalsInternational Association of Counter-terrorism and Security Professionals Member # International Association of Hostage Negotiators (IAHN) Member - National Emergency Management Association.National Emergency Management Association. Member - National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA)National Tactical Officers Association Member - International Tactical Officers Association (ITOA)International Tactical Officers Association Constituent Member – Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC)

8 PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS (continued) American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers (ASLET) – member since 1994 ASIS International - a corporate member since 1996

9 GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATIONS US Department of Defense Joint Contracting Command, Iraq/Afghanistan Hostile Control Tactics is an approved provider of anti-terrorism force protection training to the United States government. Hostile Control Tactics is registered in the Central Contractor (CCR) Registry database with the Department of Defense. All required certifications, assertions and registrations are up-to- date for calendar year Interested parties may conduct a vendor search query using our company name. https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/ https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/ Department of Homeland Security (FEMA), completed multiple courses since Course Number IS-235, Emergency/Disaster Planning Course Number IS1, Emergency Management Operations Course Number IS-241, Decision Making and Problem Solving Course Number IS-22, Citizen Emergency/Disaster Preparedness Course Number IS-101, Workforce/Workplace Readiness Course Number, IS-324.a, Community Hurricane Preparedness Course Number, 547.a, Continuity Preparedness Planning DUNS Number: NATO Cage Code: 377LF5 Year of Incorporation: Small Business Administration (SBA) Registered - Veteran Status - Minority Owned Business (VMOB) - Accurate SBA and ORCA Registrations

10 Hostile Control Tactics entered into teaming agreements and vendor relationships with US Department of Defense contractors and US Department of State private military security companies (PMCs). HIGHLIGHTS Key Accomplishments (continued) References: Provided at conclusion of presentation.

11 In 2005, Hostile Control Tactics produced a comprehensive vetting, screening and training program accepted for use by leading US Department of State contractors to screen civilian security personnel for overseas diplomatic security missions. PAST PERFORMANCE HISTORY Key Accomplishments

12 Hostile Control Tactics is privileged to have been requested by DynCorp International to assist in training, vetting and mobilizing security personnel for the Liberia Security Sector Reform (SSR) Project. LIBERIA SECURITY SECTOR REFORM PROJECT This is a $35 million dollar project controlled and governed by the US Department of State to help rebuild the nation of Liberia as they struggle to recover from more than a decade of civil war.

13 CONTRACT PAST PERFORMANCE US Department of Defense Joint Contracting Command, Iraq/Afghanistan Hostile Control Tactics is an approved provider of anti-terrorism force protection training to the United States government. Shown below are highlights of federal government contracts that involved the direct participation of Hostile Control Tactics. HCT annually updates all required registrations and certifications on US government vendor portals. Department of Homeland Security (FEMA), completed multiple courses since Course Number IS-235, Emergency/Disaster Planning Course Number IS1, Emergency Management Operations Course Number IS-241, Decision Making and Problem Solving Course Number IS-22, Citizen Emergency/Disaster Preparedness Course Number IS-101, Workforce/Workplace Readiness Course Number, IS-324.a, Community Hurricane Preparedness Course Number, 547.a, Continuity Preparedness Planning Client/Agency: U.S. Department of State (DoS) Location: Camp Shiefflin, Monrovia Liberia West Africa Contract Number: SAQMPD-05F-465 Liberia Security Sector Reform Project Sub-contractor: Sub-contractor to DynCorp International Scope of Work: Provided government compliant static guard force protection training, pre-deployment vetting, mobilized and assisted in the deployment of personnel into theater. Additional Tasks: A second component of the LSSR Task Order required providing basic combat military drill instructors. HCT certified instructors successfully trained over 500 Republic of Liberia Army soldiers.

14 CONTRACT PAST PERFORMANCE US Department of Defense Joint Contracting Command, Iraq/Afghanistan Hostile Control Tactics is an approved provider of anti-terrorism force protection training to the United States government. Department of Homeland Security (FEMA), completed multiple courses since Course Number IS-235, Emergency/Disaster Planning Course Number IS1, Emergency Management Operations Course Number IS-241, Decision Making and Problem Solving Course Number IS-22, Citizen Emergency/Disaster Preparedness Course Number IS-101, Workforce/Workplace Readiness Course Number, IS-324.a, Community Hurricane Preparedness Course Number, 547.a, Continuity Preparedness Planning Client/Agency: US Army Joint Contracting Command – Iraq Location: Camp Victory, Baghdad Iraq Contract Number: W91GER-06-R-0013 Scope of Work: Train, certify, mobilize and deploy a civilian contractor guard force to provide Convoy Escort Transportation (CET) and Base Camp Internal Entry Control Point, Tower Guards and Close Protection Security. U.S. Department of State: A provider of Foreign Military Assistance (Basic Military Training) and Sensitive Site Force Protection Services and Training Participant on Liberia Security Sector Reform (LSSR) Contract Number: SAQMPD05F4651. Participant on DoS Contract; S-LMAQM-04-C-0030, Task Order Participant on DoS Contract, DoS-OIG-AUD/IQO

15 CONTRACT PAST PERFORMANCE US Department of Defense Joint Contracting Command, Iraq/Afghanistan Hostile Control Tactics is an approved provider of anti-terrorism force protection training to the United States government. Department of Homeland Security (FEMA), completed multiple courses since Course Number IS-235, Emergency/Disaster Planning Course Number IS1, Emergency Management Operations Course Number IS-241, Decision Making and Problem Solving Course Number IS-22, Citizen Emergency/Disaster Preparedness Course Number IS-101, Workforce/Workplace Readiness Course Number, IS-324.a, Community Hurricane Preparedness Course Number, 547.a, Continuity Preparedness Planning Agency: U.S. Army Joint Contracting Command – Iraq Subcontractor to three Primes. Location: Various Forward Operating Base (FOB) locations throughout Iraq Contract Number: RFI Scope of Work: Reconstruction Security Support Services. Specific tasks required acquisition of qualified security personnel, delivery SOW compliant training, certification and mobilzation of Convoy Escort Transportation (CET) teams into FOB locations throughout Iraq. Agency: US Army Multi-National Forces Iraq, Joint Contracting Command Iraq Location: Camp Victory, Baghdad Iraq Contract Number: W91GY0-07-R-0015 Scope of Work: Provide Convoy Escort Transportation (CET) security services in support of two Prime contractors performing work at Camp Victory, Iraq.

16 HCT HCT has trained, mobilized and deployed certified security professionals for humanitarian relief and international peace-keeping missions around the world. HCT clients include multi-national corporations, governments and private security firms operating in hostile environments. Worldwide Personal Protective Services

17 CERTIFICATION COURSES Protective ServicesAnti-terrorism Force Protection Intelligence / Surveillance Firearms Tactical Training

18 SPECIALIZED COURSES Evasive Security Driving Law Enforcement Special Response Education Resisting Arrest Counter-measures Defensive Tactics Maritime Security

19 TRAINING FACILITIES (Range I) 190+ acres of private land in Virginia. 25/ 50/ 100 yard shooting distances Steel, rifle silhouette and trap targets 28 live-fire bays All pistols and carbines ammo. 22cal up to 7.62cal

20 TRAINING FACILITIES (Range I, continued)

21 TRAINING FACILITIES (Range I) 190+ acres of private land in Virginia. 25/ 50/ 100 yard ranges Steel, rifle silhouette and trap targets 28 live-fire shooting bays All pistols & carbines up to 7.62cal

22 TRAINING FACILITIES (Range I) 190+ acres of private land in Virginia. 25/ 50/ 100 yard ranges Steel, rifle silhouette and trap targets 28 live-fire shooting bays All pistols & carbines up to 7.62cal

23 TRAINING FACILITIES (Range I, continued)

24 TRAINING FACILITIES (Range I, continued)

25 FACILITIES (Range I, continued) Two (2) dedicated 50 yard pistol ranges. One for static target point shooting and another for shoot and move tactics. Both offer a 180° field of fire.

26 FACILITIES (Range I, continued) Sufficient space for a wide variety of tactical training programs requiring from 50 to 180+ acres of open air and grounds.

27 FACILITIES (Range I, continued) Lodging and Amenities Less than ½ mile from Fort Lee, home of the US Army Combat Arms Support Headquarters (CASCOM). Agreements with Ft. Lee allowing access and use of training areas for government contract purposes. (EVOC driving course, gun ranges, etc.) Nearby full-service hotel lodging at discounted rates.*Wi-Fi equipped. Free daily breakfast featuring a full-course buffet. Less than 20 minutes from Richmond International Airport and two major highways.

28 TRAINING FACILITY II (Prime Contractors Only) A state-of-the art motorcade security driving training facilities. 1,200 acres. Fully equipped and capable of meeting the training needs of any law enforcement agency, military unit or Federal contractor. Located on the 1200 acre Virginia International Raceway Complex. *DoD Approved for WPPS training.

29 MOTORADE SECURITY TRAINING The largest motor-sport raceway any where in North America. Full Course (3.27 miles) North Course (2.25 miles) South Course (1.65 miles) Patriot Course (1.1 miles) Grand Course East (4.1 miles) Grand Course West (4.2 miles)

30 TRAINING FACILITY II (continued) Resources and amenities: five (5) distinct firearms ranges 50 to 300 yards in length Static, steel & pop-up targets from 180° to 360° fields of fire a complete Tactical Training Center (TTC) the largest motor-sport raceway in North America variable terrain for sedan, SUVs and military paved and unpaved roads & driving tracks a Range Systems ballistic shoot-house; a tactical village for force-on-force simulations;

31 TRAINING FACILITY II (continued) Range 1 (The Citadel) 60 yard range 360º field of fire Suited for live-fire vehicle mounts & dismounts Disposable target vehicles available 15 shooting positions Supports pistol, sub-machine guns & carbines

32 TRAINING FACILITY II (continued) Range 2 15 different shooting positions 300 yard range 100 yard graveled Supports pistol, sub-machine guns, carbines & rifles (up to 7.62mm)

33 TRAINING FACILITY II (continued) Range 3 15 covered shooting positions 100 yards Supports pistol, sub-machine guns, & carbines

34 TRAINING FACILITY II (continued) Range 4 15 covered shooting positions 50 yards Supports pistol, sub-machine guns, & carbines

35 TRAINING FACILITY II (continued) Range 5 10 covered shooting positions 50 yards Reactive-Steel Range Supports pistol and sub-machine guns

36 TRAINING FACILITY II Lodging & Meal Options: The Lodge Accommodates up to 52 guests Beautifully fully furnished rooms 32" TV, hardwood floors, Jacuzzi tubs The Paddock Suites Accommodates up to 36 guests Fully equipped suites for 2 per room Students of HCT can stay overnight at one of two on-site lodging facilities. Lunch buffet and other meals are catered on-site daily.

37 PRICING (Corporate & Agencies Only) Facility One - $ per person / per day (five person minimum) All inclusive: includes airport pickup, shuttle transportation, lodging, all meals, individual safety equipment, ammunition and training manuals. *Bring your own personal firearms. Allows up to 28 course participants. Facility Two - $ per person / per day (five person minimum) All inclusive: includes airport pickup, shuttle transportation, lodging, all meals, individual safety equipment, ammunition. *Bring your own person firearms. *Allows up to 28 course participants. *Hostile Control Tactics offers a special agency pricing structure of $ per day / per each person. A 50% advance deposit must be paid at least 20 days prior to the actual start of training.

38 HOSTILE CONTROL TACTICS © Point of Contact: Kevin D. James Ph: (804)


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