Maritime Tactical Operations Training Program (MTOTP)Up one level
The Maritime Tactical Operations Training Program (MTOTP) is a 4 1/2 day training session involving extensive hands-on instruction pertaining to tactical boarding procedures aboard High Interest/High Threat Vessels (HIV/HTV). During the Laboratory and Practical Exercise phase, students conduct several underway “HIV-Low-Freeboard” tactical boarding operations utilizing a 65’ motor vessel. Students conduct “High-Freeboard” boarding operations on several static boat platforms and conduct several High-Freeboard “Hook and Climb Insertion” techniques on a 494 foot long “break-bulk” freighter. This is a physically demanding course; participants should be in good physical condition prior to attending.
Length: 4.5 Days
Prerequisites for Attendance
DAY 1 - MANDATORY PHYSICAL TRAINING (PT) TEST
5 pull-ups and 5 chin-ups with 1-3 minutes of rest in between each set
38 sit-ups in 1 minute
1.5 mile run in 13:36 minutes
- 400 meter swim in 12 minutes
NOTE: Successful completion of the above test is a requirement to proceed with the course. If the student is unable to complete the PT test within the established parameters, he/she will be unable to continue the course and will be sent back to his/her duty station.
It is recommended that students successfully complete the Commercial Vessel Boarding Training Program (CVBTP) prior to enrolling in this course, but is not a requirement. This program is available to Federal, State and Local Law Enforcement Officers, and Military Personnel who tactically board and search commercial vessels.
Charleston Maritime Training Branch
Phone: (843) 740-6638 (primary) and (843) 566-8517 (secondary)
Federal or Military Agencies/Students
1131 Chapel Crossing Rd., Brunswick, GA 31524, (912) 267-2269
State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies/Students
Office of State and Local Training, 1131 Chapel Crossing Rd. Brunswick, GA 31524,
1-800-743-5382 EXT 4550
- MTOTP-403 / Charleston, SC -- Jun 02, 2014 to Jun 06, 2014
- MTOTP-404 / Charleston, SC -- Sep 22, 2014 to Sep 26, 2014