Force Combatives/Tactical Instructors

  • California and Virginia
  • November 16, 2021

NELOGIS is seeking resumes for experienced individuals for Force Combatives/Tactical Instructors to provide instructional, administrative, and technical support to the U.S. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) and its component commands in the fields of force Combatives and Irregular Warfare (IW).

  • Execute and maintain a Comprehensive and Progressive Force Combatives Program:
  • - Provide fundamental self-defense and survival principles
  • - Provide close-quarters striking techniques
  • - Provide ground-fighting training, to include use of strikes and submission techniques
  • - Provide train-the-trainer instruction
  • Instruct both active-duty and reserve personnel.
  • Provides instruction on leadership, military decision-making, and tactics (basic through advanced) skills to increase the survivability of NECC assets, including personnel and equipment, in high-threat environments
  • Develop scenarios and provide instruction during the basic and advanced phases of training
  • Provide initial training (basic phase) and training support (advanced phase)
  • Provide the following training support:
  • - Advanced Military Operations on Urban Terrain (A-MOUT)
  • - Maritime Interceptions Operations (MIO) Professional Development (PRODEV)
  • - Boat Crew PRODEV
  • - Indoctrination
  • - Training scheduling and planning

  • Black Belt certification in any martial art with a minimum of four years of experience conducting the following techniques and procedures both with and without tactical equipment:
  • - Ground-fighting and/or grappling
  • - Practicing proper body control and submission
  • - Close-quarters striking (hand-to-hand combat)
  • Learning to effectively use the body’s natural weapons, such as fists, feet, elbows, and knees to deliver a combination of blows from multiple angles of attack:
  • - Hand-held weapons
  • - Using knives and sticks
  • - Detainee-handling and cuffing
  • Implementing compliant and noncompliant cuffing, escorting, and marshaling techniques consistent with the tactics and procedures taught in the U.S. Navy Noncompliant Boarding-Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure COI
  • Expeditionary - Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor or equivalent certification
  • Prior military experience and an honorable discharge
  • Strong communication and inter-personal skills are required. Contractor personnel assigned to this contract shall be able to clearly, and properly, speak and write English
  • Possess the necessary skills to multitask and work independently, while meeting strict deadlines
  • Posses’ working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Internet software applications
  • Prior Special Forces a plus

Interested candidates are asked to send their resume to

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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.