FASTC Video Description

Recorded entirely by an approved Unmanned Aerial System on December 7, 2018, this video shows aerial views of the construction status of the Foreign Affairs Security Training Center (FASTC), including various training venues that have been completed or are currently under construction. The video has no narrator or background music.

Video Time Stamps

0:00 – 0:37: FASTC Construction Contract 01 training venues completed, including:

  • Contract 01 training venues
  • Explosives demonstration
  • Live fire shoot house

0:38 – 3:10: FASTC Construction Contract 02 training venues and support facilities nearing construction completion, including:

  • Administrative building
  • Administrative building – interior view of personnel office space
  • Administrative building – interior view of a classroom
  • Administrative building – interior view of the lobby
  • Training building
  • Training building –interior view of the mat room
  • Mock embassy
  • Vehicle maintenance shop and parking
  • Vehicle maintenance shop – interior view of maintenance bay area
  • East high-speed driving track
  • Central high-speed driving track
  • Central high-speed wet track
  • Central ammo
  • Unimproved road driving course
  • Post blast training range

3:11 – 5:33: FASTC Construction Contract 03 training venues and support facilities currently under construction including:

  • Fitness center
  • Fitness center – interior view of the training room
  • Central warehouse and armory
  • Mock urban driving track
  • Simulation alley
  • Rural simulation alley
  • West high-speed driving track
  • Explosives training classroom
  • Indoor/outdoor firing range
  • Indoor/outdoor firing range — interior view of the indoor 25-meter Range
  • Indoor/outdoor firing range — interior view of the outdoor baffled 100-meter range

2018

FASTC Site Construction Progress Video (March 2018)

 


2017

FASTC Site Construction Progress Video

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