Survival Instincts offers six (6) different training programs for military and paramilitary organizations. Classroom settings can be used to train smaller infantry or marine groups like fire teams, squads, platoons, upto larger groups like companies. Optimally battlefield formations like Battallions, Brigades and Regiments must be trained in smaller groups for delivery effectiveness. Combat shooting and tactics (CSAT) involves basic battlefield insertion, operations, recon, extrication maneuvers with two or three weapon configurations for the combatant - assault rifle or carbine, handgun, and the combat knife or bayonet. Search and rescue (SAR) involve operations, victim management, advanced rope rappelling, structural collapse, confined space, trench excavation rescue, vehicle and machinery rescue, and K9 (canine) operations. Advanced operations and tactics (AOT) involve advanced weaponry, armor, explosives handling, 1000+ metre sniper operations, cyber counter operations, armored vehicles, advanced breach, HALO/HAHO jumps, hostage negotiations, and microsurgical battles. Survival evasion resistance and escape (SERE) trainings involves sustaining life and gear in hostile environments, camouflaging and covering from capture, resistance and maintenance of sensitive invasion under extreme interrogation procedures, and tactics that can be employed to escape from captivity. Close quarter combat (CQC) training enables operators to counter assailants in short-range spaces (like in urban buildings). Choice of non-penetrative (hollow point cartridges) ammunition, diversionary devices, covert communications, weapon priority, weapon retention, weapon transition, and threat subduing (as opposed to threat neutralization) are the focus of these operations, that are otherwise called Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) operations. Combat casualty care (CCC) trainings focuses on how a non-medical operator can sustain life (of self or a team member) under hostility in a battlefield. Most common combat injuries are all addresses through specialized primary medical intervention, medevac, and definitive care phases.