CombatFX is the foremost company in the Asia Pacific region that supplies the full spectrum of Combat Special Effects (CSFX) to the Australian Special Forces for their Reality Based Training Exercises.

The Combat Special Effects Division was created specifically to service the field of Reality Based Training for: The Australian Defence Department, the Australian Federal Police, Fire Departments, and Live Counter -Terrorism Training.

Through our close relationship with the Australian Special Forces we have developed a deep understanding of what is needed in designing, supplying and operating Combat Special Effects. These must not be just an “effect”. Working closely with the lead trainers, they are tailored to the desired training needs, are interactive, (IED’s, VBIED`s, booby traps, trip wires etc) thereby creating an immersive cause and effect. This replicates to the maximum extent possible the intense stress environment experienced during actual combat operations.

Combat special effects are a pivotal tool in the training arsenal to help ensure our soldiers train as they fight.

SERVICES COMBATFX SUPPLY
• Blank fire weapons and firearms of all Calibres
• Wide range of specially designed close proximity training pyrotechnics
• Fully licenced and insured Armourers & Pyrotechnicians
• Firearms consultants and import facilitation
• Combat Effects subject matter expert’s consultancy and project management
• Live Simulation and scenario design, engineering and manufacturing
• Specialized logistical support for compliance, transportation & security of dangerous goods and Prohibited Items (domestically & Internationally)
• All environmental physical simulation (wind, rain, fire, dust storms)

CombatFX is the obvious choice for organizations wanting large scale simulation, as "normal’ companies often do not have the range of skills required. Our team has collectively over 80 years’ experience in Physical Special Effects, during which time we have held a flawless safety record

IED SIMULATION

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