training package

  • SADAT Defense with three different courses in which pilots who retired after successfully serving in the Turkish Armed Forces serve as teachers; It has the ability to train fighter pilots by providing Pilot Training, Aircraft Type Rating Training and Fighter Pilot Training for all types of aircraft and helicopters to the aviator personnel of the demanding country.

    SADAT Defense provides combat training in the demanding country to pilots who have received aircraft type rating training when requested. These trainings are long-term and are planned in line with the needs of the demanding country. When necessary, the threat assessment of the country is made and the training programs are made suitable for the solution.

    Training Subjects

    1. Air-to-ground training
    2. Air-to-air training
    3. Electronic warfare training

    Initial Requirements for Courses

    Pilots approved by the air force command of the relevant state are accepted for training.

    Abilities to be Gained After the Training

    Gaining the ability to combat in fighter aircrafts owned by the air force of the relevant state

    Duration of Course

    6 months of ground lesson and 1 year of flight training, for a total of 18 months.


  • SADAT Defense has ability to perform the Border Security Trainings effectively with the training teams composed from professionals chosen from a large circle of reserves depending on requests at all fields of police forces of friendly countries in their own territories.

    Border Security Station

    Initial Requirements for Courses

    In order to participate in the course, as a minimum, the trainees must have;

    1. Basic police training,
    2. Healthy body,
    3. Sufficient level of education to follow the training.

    As a result of the tests and evaluations to be made, the trainees who get sufficient score are accepted to the training.

    Training Subjects

    In border outpost security training programme, trainings are given in main subjects of;

    1. Basic and combat physical training,
    2. Mechanical marksmanship and shooting,
    3. Individual combat trainings,
    4. Border watch services,
    5. Protection against raids and sabotages,
    6. Border intelligence missions,
    7. Outpost security missions,
    8. Security measures to be applied in ensuring border security,
    9. Column operation; reconnaissance, ambush and ambush recovery.

    Abilities to be Gained After the Training

    At the end of the course, trainees should be able to;

    1. Apply border security techniques,
    2. Apply combat techniques and tactics,
    3. Achieve the physical strength and superior physical competence required by the combat conditions,
    4. Perform accurate shooting skills with existing weapons,
    5. Reach the level of knowledge and skill to perform border security station missions.

    “Border Outpost Security Training Certificate”is given to those who are successful as a result of the test and evaluation.

    Duration of course

    Border outpost security training consist of a total of 8 weeks programme as theoretical, training in simulation systems and applied trainings.

  • General

    Helicopters can take off and land vertically and can stay in the air (by “Hovering”). When the main shaft axis (rotation plane) of the propeller is tilted, that is, the direction of the lift force created by the propeller is changed, the helicopter moves BACK and FORTH - RIGHT and LEFT. Thus, the helicopter moves in the air. Since the propeller is constantly rotating (due to the moment it creates on the fuselage), it also tries to rotate the helicopter's fuselage. To prevent this, a smaller propeller is used at the tail of the helicopter. The propeller in the tail absorbs the moment of rotation (torque) on the fuselage. In addition, the rotation of fuselage can be achieved by changing the amount of damping. Military Helicopters are manufactured for various purposes such as;

    1. Attack Helicopters,
    2. Reconnaissance & Surveillance Helicopters,
    3. General Purpose Helicopters,
    4. Ambulance Helicopters

    Purpose of Training

    By learning the technical features of the helicopter and the use of the weapons and technical equipment on it, both the crew and the transported personnel, at the highest level theoretically and practically;

    Transportation Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Close Air Support missions to provide maximum benefit from the helicopter on the battlefield.

     

    Training Subjects[1]

    1. Landing and Boarding While Fully Equipped – Armed Procedures to Helicopter
    2. Bailing Out Techniques from a Helicopter
    3. Loading and Unloading Procedures of Supplies to Helicopter
    4. Procedures of Loading by Hanger, Transporting and Unloading Heavy Weapons by Helicopter
    5. Procedures of Loading / Unloading or Dropping Goods and Materials by Helicopter
    6. Transporting Procedures of Patient and Wounded by Helicopter
    7. Reconnaissance and Surveillance Techniques by Helicopter

    Types of Helicopter Operations

    1. Air-Mobile Operations
      In cases where the transfer of Special Forces Teams, Underwater Offense Teams, Infantry Commandos and Gendarmerie Commandos, Infantry / Marine Infantry and Gendarmerie Units over the ground is not deemed appropriate or it is deemed necessary to move quickly; It is the operation of transporting by aircrafts from one place to another by landing and transporting a large number of helicopters.

    2. Landing and Boarding Tasks from/to Helicopter to Ground with “Fast Rope”
      It is the process of landing on a steep and rocky summit, behind enemy lines, behind a natural cover, on the roof of a building, on the deck of a ship, etc.

    3. Airborne Operation

      It is the transfer of Special Force, SAT (Underwater Offense)/SAS (Underwater Defense) or Commando teams equipped with parachutes to the operation area by helicopter from the air. It is the process of transporting the troops by helicopter to the operational area but parachuting into the ground in teams.

    4. Close Air Support Operation
      It is the task of supporting the operation of the ground troops by fire.

    5. Reconnaissance and Surveillance Operations
      It contributes to meet the needs of long-range reconnaissance and surveillance in order to supplement the limited intelligence information of the ground troops regarding the enemy's position and movements in the depths of the front.

    6. Supply and Transport – Medical Evacuation Tasks:
      The needs of the front line or reserve units in contact with the enemy can be fulfilled for the purpose of supplying emergency food, ammunition, CBRN, etc., for the transportation of light or heavy weapons, and even for the transportation of the seriously wounded ones.

    Initial Requirements

    1. Helicopter Pilots:
      1. They must have successfully completed basic military service and Individual Combat Training and combat shooting with their own weapons.
      2. They must have successfully completed Helicopter Pilot Basic and Advanced Flight Courses and Night Flights.
    2. Personnel to be Transported:
      1. Teams / Units to be transported by helicopter must have successfully completed the Basic Military Service, Individual Combat training required by their class and branch, and combat shooting with their own weapons.
      2. Combat Teams / Units to be transferred must have successfully completed the troop training and exercises required by their class and branch, the crew training of the weapons to be used by the crew, and the Combat shooting.
      3. The Supply and Logistics Unit Personnel must have reached professional standards in order to successfully perform the tasks required for their duties as staff member in all weather and difficult conditions.

    Abilities to be Gained After the Training

    1. Being trained in the use of helicopter-mounted heavy weapons, firing at airborne targets and ground troops.
    2. Having successfully completed the training of landing and take-off techniques on a faulty and steep terrain or a ship in emergency or dangerous conditions.
    3. Having successfully completed Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance Techniques and reporting procedures training.
    4. Having successfully completed the training of helicopter intercommunication system, radio communications with superior, subordinate and neighboring units.
    5. Having successfully completed the training on loading and unloading procedures for personnel and cargo transportation by helicopter.
    6. Having successfully completed the training of patient and wounded transport and evacuation procedures by helicopter.
    7. Gaining experience by successfully completing joint operations training and shooting drills for the combat teams / units to be transferred.
    8. Supply and Logistics Unit Personnel:
      Being trained and experienced in the methods of loading and unloading the Weapons and Vehicles to be transported on the helicopter.
    9. Medical Evacuation Teams:
      Gaining knowledge, ability and experience in evacuating the seriously injured units on the battlefield to the Mobile Surgical Hospitals behind the front or to the fully equipped hospitals in the Domestic Region.

    DURATION OF COURSE

    The theoretical training is 1 week, the practical training is 2 weeks, for a total of 3 weeks.

     

    [1] These subjects are common training subjects that should be implemented in all Helicopter Squadrons of Air Forces Helicopter Squadrons, Land Forces Aviation Units, Gendarmerie General Command and Naval Forces Aviation Units, regardless of difference in any force of any country. Depending on the nature of the force, some trainings may be more important than others..

  • SADAT Defense produces turn-key solutions on the subjects of consultancy, training and ordnance in the field of defense and security.

    SADAT Defense has the capability to establish units at the level of individual soldier, platoon, company, battalion, regiment, brigade, division, corps, army and force from a to z and starting from the scratch.

    One of the examples of turn-key solutions we offer for the Armed Forces and Police Organizations is the establishment of turn-key Special Forces.

    We plan the Organization and Material staff structures of the special forces which have the capability to carry out cross-border special operations; we construct and equip the training, shooting and sports facilities, headquarters and dormitory structures, and have basic and special forces training.

  • Initial Requirements for Courses

    In order to attend the course, the training status of the trainees in the subjects of “Basic Individual Combat Training” should be checked with the level of knowledge, skills and ability and the training and shooting tests to be carried out.

    The minimum qualifications are:

    1. Individual Close Order Drill (basic military discipline training)
    2. Mechanical and Marksmanship Training; test and instruction shooting on 25m
    3. Basic Individual Combat Training (finding direction and range estimation, land use, fortification, surveillance and reconnaissance, concealment and camouflage, marking management etc.)
    4. 7200 meters run with 20 kg rucksack in 52 minutes or less,
    5. Conducting Shooting Missions with Light Arms (achieving a minimum of 60% success in pistol and rifle shooting)

    Candidates showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Urban Warfare Operations Training programmes

    Training Topics

    Trainees taken to the Advanced Individual Combat Training are equipped with light weapons and equipment allocated by their own unit for each trainee; in order to be equipped with maps, compass, hand binoculars, etc. with other training materials, in training simulation systems and then in the urban warfare area operations training and shooting facilities, by expert trainers in order to be clearly understood by trainees. They are trained in these subjects;

    1. Leadership training,
    2. Urban warfare techniques and tactics,
    3. Reconnaissance and intelligence
    4. Map reading; drawing sketch,
    5. Using drone,
    6. Photo and video evaluation techniques,
    7. Range estimation, target acquisition and description methods.
    8. Concealment and camouflage,
    9. Demolition,
    10. Setting up trap and getting rid of trap methods,
    11. Team operation in urban area and buildings,
    12. Management and administration by signaling; being able to use means of communication,
    13. First Aid

    Capabilities to be earned at the End of the Course

    The trainees gain the following abilities as a result of the Urban Warfare Operations Training;

    1. Operation techniques in urban warfare areas,
    2. Target acquisition and evaluation from photo, sketch and video,
    3. Building trapping and getting rid of the trapped area techniques,
    4. Requesting close air fire support from the vehicles (helicopter, AUAV, aircraft) methods,
    5. Requesting support from land fire support from the vehicles (artillery and mortars) methods

    At the end of the course, those who are successful as a result of the test and evaluation are given a “Urban Warfare Operations Expert Certificate”.

    Course Duration

    Urban warfare operations training consists of a total of 45 days of theoretical, practical and simulation programme.

  • SADAT Defense has ability to perform the Indoor and Urban Warfare Trainings effectively with the training teams composed from professionals chosen from a large circle of reserves depending on requests at all fields of police forces of friendly countries in their own territories.

    SADAT Defense has prepared comprehensive training documents, including the training plan, program, trainer and trainee lecture notes, that will be needed for the opening and execution of the courses related to each class and branch of the police forces, and documents are ready to be used in the courses to be opened for the police forces of the demanding countries.

     

    Initial Requirements for Courses

    In order to attend the course, the training status of the trainees in the subjects of “Individual Police Training” should be checked with the level of knowledge, skills and ability and the training and shooting tests to be carried out.

    Minimum requirements are;

    1. Basic Police Training
    2. Mechanical and Marksmanship Training; test and instruction shooting on 25 meters
    3. Finding direction and range estimation, land use, fortification, surveillance and reconnaissance, concealment and camouflage, marking management etc.
    4. 7200 meters run with 20 kg rucksack in 52 minutes or less,
    5. Conducting Shooting Missions with Light Arms (achieving a minimum of 60% success in pistol and rifle shooting)

    Trainees showing success during tests of above requirements are accepted into the Urban Warfare Operations Training programmes.

    Training Subjects

    Trainees taken to the Urban Warfare Operations Training are equipped with light weapons and equipment allocated by their own unit for each trainee; In order to be equipped with maps, compass, hand binoculars, etc. with other training materials, in training simulation systems and then in the urban warfare area operations training and shooting facilities, by expert trainers in order to be clearly understood by trainees. They are trained under the titles of;

    1. Leadership training,
    2. Urban warfare techniques and tactics,
    3. Reconnaissance and intelligence
    4. Map reading; drawing sketch,
    5. Using drone,
    6. Photo and video evaluation techniques,
    7. Range estimation, target acquisition and description methods,
    8. Concealment and camouflage,
    9. Demolition,
    10. Setting up trap and getting rid of trap methods,
    11. Team operation in urban area and buildings,
    12. Management and administration by signaling; being able to use means of communication,
    13. First Aid

    Abilities to be Gained After the Training

    The trainees gain the following abilities as a result of the Urban Warfare Operations Training;

    1. Operation techniques in urban warfare areas,
    2. Target acquisition and evaluation from photo, sketch and video,
    3. Building trapping and getting rid of the trapped area techniques,
    4. Requesting close air fire support from the vehicles (helicopter, AUAV, aircraft) methods,
    5. Requesting support from land fire support from the vehicles (artillery and mortars) methods,

    At the end of the course, those who are successful as a result of the test and evaluation are given an “Urban Warfare Operations Expert Certificate”.

    Duration of course

    Urban warfare operations training consists of a total of 45 days of theoretical, practical and simulation programme.