Interagency and Special Operations Forces Training
Smooth liaison between military and U.S. government agencies, such as the Department of State and USAID, as well as non-governmental agencies, is essential to the success of any tactical, operational or strategic mission when integrating comprehensive, non-lethal plans.
IDS delivers customized training support for military and civilian teams on interagency principles, capabilities and objectives. Our experts have extensive experience in government agencies, the intelligence community and in complex operational environments including Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Kosovo, Bosnia, and Vietnam. We maintain in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of the current operating environment.
Our comprehensive approach to the training lifecycle includes development of content for simulations and the training exercises to deliver them in realistic, interactive and multidimensional scenarios, followed by thorough after-action reviews. The result is military leaders and civilian agency personnel prepared for their specific operational environments, ready to do their jobs on Day One without any experience gap between training and the realities of deployment.
Special Operations Forces
IDS provides Special Operations Forces (SOF) training to our nation’s most elite warfighters including; Special Forces (SF)/Green Berets, Civil Affairs (CA), Psychological Operations (PSYOPs), and Rangers. Our SMEs are veteran soldiers whose backgrounds include the requisite SF, CA, PSYOP, CIA, JSOC (Delta Force and Seal Team 6) and military intelligence experience necessary to bring strategic aspects and expertise to NTC SOF training.
From sabotage missions on critical infrastructure and kill/capture raids on high value individuals (HVI’s) to host nation and Interagency engagement, IDS leverages its extensive and myriad real-world expertise to conceive and plan relevant and realistic unconventional warfare (UW), foreign internal defense (FID), irregular/hybrid warfare, direct action, counter governance, military deception, and stabilization scenarios for SOF training units.