82nd Tactical Unit

Owned and operated by a service connected veteran

Coronavirus Information

The safety of our customers is our top priority. We have taken a number of steps to protect the health and well-being of customers, which include sanitization procedures and physical distancing measures. Stay healthy and safe!

Our mission is to enhance our community and its citizens through the positive development skills of our training. We provide training for our military, law enforcement, and armed security personnel for their mental and physical growth.

We are licensed by the Department of Education and the Department of Defense Cage Code: 8MS67

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Courses

CCW

Concealed carry without a permit is limited to people who are 21 or older, with the following exception: If a person is 18 years of age or older, and is on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States or the National Guard, or has been honorably discharged from the Armed Forces or the National Guard, and is not otherwise prohibited from carrying a firearm, the person may carry a concealed handgun.

Situational awareness/ Self Defense

I learned situational awareness when I was first 16 and again at 17 years old “the hard way “. More…

Combat Pistol & Carbine

This course is designed for shooters who truly want to learn the art of combat shooting. Training will focus mainly on “Close Quarters Battle” distances of 50 meters and within. Whether it is civilian training for home/property defense or a LE/military member wanting to hone combat skills.  Read more…

Close Combat Tactical Firearms Instructor Course

After this 2 days course, you will get a certificate of completion with 20 hours. After 70 hours of training/courses, you will get a Close Combat Tactical Firearms Instructor certificate recognized by the State of Maine.

Emergency Response Team Training

Emergency response team members ideally are trained and prepared to fulfill the roles required by the specific situation of an Active Shooter situation. As the size of an incident grows, and as more resources are drawn into the event, the command of the situation may shift through several phases. Individual team members can be trained in various aspects of the response, either be it medical assistance/first aid, hostage situations. The members have trained in their own building as well as the range.