The difference between Scout Tracking and Pursuit Tracking is that the Scout is not pursuing; a specially tasked Tracking team pursues. A scout uses tracking as an extension of awareness and a tool for reconnaissance. A scout is interested in tracks to determine who is in the area. But beyond the who, they will be able to determine when, how many, direction of travel, probable destination, mission, mental state, and level of awareness, discipline, and training, and a whole host of additional information. This is behavioral profiling applied to tracks. This class will teach the scout how to look at the tracks and determine the scenario played out.
TESTIMONIALS FOR Scout Tracking
I have taken three classes from Kevin Reeve and would highly recommend that you send as many key personnel from your unit as possible through his training
US Navy SEAL
I had already taken SERE training both in the Marines and in the Israeli army, but my training with Kevin far surpassed what I had learned previously.