Active Attack Integrated Response Course (AAIR)
Similar to the KDL ALERRT Level I kit, KDL’s AAIR kit is an all-inclusive kit supporting Active Attack Integrated Response. The kit’s contents allow certified trainers to meet 100% of the course requirements and are regularly updated to maintain consistency with the training offered by the ALERRT Center.
The kit provides trainees with access to medical devices based on tactical emergency casualty care (TECC) guidelines, which can be used to increase survivability of victims. The kit facilitates participant’s (LE, Fire, EMS, Dispatch) integrated response during an event by providing for training as a rescue task force per ALERRT’s AAIR training guidelines.
Packaged in lockable shipping containers that offer safety, security, mobility and protection for your training investment, these kits fall within the classification of the Authorized Equipment List number 03OE-01-NLTA (Systems, Training, with Non-Lethal Ammunition) which allows the expenditure of numerous classes of federal grant funds.
Includes up to 9 cases:
1. Weapons and Accessories
Weapons - Contains Glock 17t (simunition) weapons, magazines and cleaning supplies.
2. Demonstration Case
Contains Glock demonstration weapons, SIRT Demo weapons, Go-Bag and miscellaneous class supplies.
3. Distraction Devices
Contains flash bang simulator bodies, inert pipe bombs, instructor vests, two way radios and a Garrett metal detector.
Contains a laptop computer (preloaded with course documents/videos) and all required peripherals to instruct (speakers, remote, wiring packages) jump drives with class materials (Backup copies) LCD projector and power strip.
5. Emergency Management
Contains all medical/emergency management vests, semi-expendable moulage, CAT tourniquets, eye protection and two way radios.
6. Helmet Case
These cases are exact duplicates. Contains complete sets of safety gear (head and throat protection), plus no-fog spray and instructor's safety gear.
8. Medical Moulage
Contains specialty medical and supplies to maintain medical device function this case.