Mil-Nav Program

Our training will help you to confidently pass the land navigation phases of your upcoming military assessment, then function wherever your mission requires.

This program is designed for military personnel who must know how to use a map and compass to accomplish their mission.  Our clients represent a diverse mix of occupational specialities from all around the military community.  Most are in a special operations pipeline, like Army Special Forces, Ranger, or Navy Special Warfare, others are preparing for leadership development courses, like OCS or WOCS, and we even work with Tier 2 operators.

Drill Sergeant, Fort Benning, preparing for Ranger.

Our training area provides a unique learning environment for all skill levels.  It’s located in the Appalachian Mountains about 60 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, along the West Virginia border.  This is why the U.S. special operations community — including Combat Applications Group — uses this same area to conduct its own training and assessment.

This program is open to law enforcement personnel. We’ve worked with members of special response teams, federal agents preparing for special operations selection, as well as Rangers and Wardens.

Check out our three offerings:

Basic Military Land Navigation

This training is geared towards military personnel — whether currently serving, or in the enlistment pipeline — with little to no land navigation experience, or who may need to review the fundamentals, preparing for an upcoming assessment and selection program where command of land navigation is required.

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Advanced Military Land Navigation

This training is geared towards military personnel already serving in or transitioning to special operations who want to refine their land navigation skills — The typical participant is an operator preparing for Tier 1 selection.

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Private Instruction

If you believe that one-on-one instruction would better fit your specific goals and timeframe, or you would like to set up a training for your group, then contact us to learn how True North can help.

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