Mission Statement

Provide unconventional medicine, mountain, tactical, and leadership (PRODEV) operations training for the unconventional warrior – To learn, apply, and master a wide-range of divergent operational techniques.

To provide a systematic, progressive, and safe skills-based method of top mountaineering and medical training for todays Operator.

Overview

Today, S.E.I. is a subsidiary of “Green Feet Enterprises, LLC’ (please refer to “Green Feet Enterprises, LLC“, a sole-owned, disabled-veteran company.  S.E.I.’s “pluses” are many:

  • ConUS-based/International-capable;
  • Four-seasons operational training programs and areas;
  • Experts-in-field training instructors;
  • Diverse training environment and location(s);
  • Flexible “build-up/build-down” course packages specific to client requirements;
  • USAF Special Operations Command (AFSOC)-audited and approved training.

 

  • 15-year business record of discriminate special/diverse operations training;
  • 15-year, 100% accident-free, pushing-the-envelop, high-risk training;
  • Selective and discriminate enrollment and attendance;
  • Exclusivity and anonymity assurance;
  • Diverse clientele-trusted;
  • Medical courses MTT-configured;

The Emergence of STOALS

To remedy this short-coming, a concept known as Special Tactics Operators’ Advanced Life Support (STOALS) was conceived and developed.  The premise of STOALS was to provide paramedic training at an advanced level.  Today, under the tutorship of experts skilled in the art of diverse medical situations, it is styled for special operations and expeditions in diverse setting during which definitive care is denied or indefinitely delayed.  Fulfilling National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Paramedic re-registration requirements 1, 2, 3, and 4, and NREMT Intermediate re-registration requirements 1, 2, and 3, the STOALS curriculum is designed to provide the special operations/diverse area corpsman, medic, or Pararescueman a keen medical edge on expeditionary and primary care provider-medicine in the tactical environment.

STOALS is a fully accepted USAF EMT Program Manager-approved course for NREMT-P and NREMT-I refresher requirements.  For detailed course information, please refer to “Courses“.

The Need

The requirement for a diverse institution such as S.E.I. (STOALS, Etc., Institute) was evidenced in 1995.  Its impetus was an increasing necessity within the Department of Defense (DoD) to provide a means of advanced life support measures for special operations/divers area medical personnel who were denied host-country medical care, or, who were faced with situations were in definitive care would be indefinitely delayed.

Positioning

S.E.I. will continue to provide top-notch training under the tutelage of the best cadre in the business but also modernize at a rate commensurate to that which is expected when working with elite forces – Its reputation was built through word of mouth and we plan to continue that tradition.

The Necessity of “Etc.”

Concurrent with the development of STOALS was an identified need for special operations/diverse area personnel to learn, apply, and master a wide-range of divergent operational techniques.  Of particular interest were areas of fundamental mountaineering skills, advanced high-angle rescue operations, lead climbing, extreme cold-weather operations, etc.  S.E.I., therefore, instituted its second department “Etc.” (“etcetera“, “. . . and so on . . . “, “. . . all other things . . . “) which embodies remote area/diverse training skills aside from STOALS.  Located in the heart of one of the nation’s most diverse wilderness areas–the Presidential Mountain Range of New Hampshire–S.E.I. is afforded the luxury of immediate-access to renowned world-class experts who instruct “Etc.” mountain operation courses.

The Future

Today, S.E.I. is a subsidiary of “Green Feet Enterprises, LLC’ (please refer to “Green Feet Enterprises, LLC“, a sole-owned, disabled-veteran company.  With a clearly defined goal, its singular purpose is to provide selected DoD and other US government entities (OGE) personnel the medical and ancillary skill necessary to operate in special and/or diverse situations.  Together, STOALS and “Etc.” comprise an institution that is specifically designed to meet the needs of special/diverse operations personnel.