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I'm the author of four books: Warrior SOS, The Work of Death, Together Forever, and Leaders Wanted. I'm in the doc film Please Remove Your Shoes. I've blogged for The Washington Times, and I write for Guns.com. I've worked for the high-profile U.S.-led Roadmap to Mideast Peace in Israel and Palestine. I've also worked as a SWAT team leader, a Federal Air Marshal and a sole-source training instructor on a classified contract with a U.S. government customer. My master's degree is in Military Studies and terrorism. I'm a former noncommissioned and commissioned Army officer, with service in Iraq. I've been Scuba diving and skydiving; I have trained with members of the U.S. Olympic Ski Team, and I'm an FBI-trained crisis negotiator. My interests lie in helping others and in strengthening America through inspiring moral courage, government fiscal responsibility and accountability, and maintaining principles that have made--and will continue to make--the United States of America a blessed and prosperous country. I'm a father of six, a husband, and a police officer. I reside in Utah, and I'm a Mormon. See also www.WarriorSOS.com.

May 31, 2012

Invictus Alliance Group - Training in KY



http://invictusagi.com/

Fantastic training opportunities from Magnus Johnson, Scot Spooner, Tom Spooner (interviewed below,) and others are taking place at RockCastle Shooting Center in Park City, KY. Sign up today!





To read amazing interviews with warriors, check out Warrior SOS: Interviews, Insights and Inspiration, the book on Amazon.com. Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D3WO7VK

Fast762 Firearms Training in Texas

"The truth is that any good modern rifle is good enough. The determining factor is the man behind the gun."
-- Theodore Roosevelt, 1910

I took that from http://www.fast762.com/.  If you live in or are near Texas, and want some excellent training from a highly qualified expert, check out Kenan's website. Do it quickly. The classes are filling up fast!



To read amazing interviews with warriors, check out Warrior SOS: Interviews, Insights and Inspiration, the book on Amazon.com. Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D3WO7VK

Range Safety Information

I just received info this from a contact. It originated from a tactical medic/firearms instructor. Cool picture at the end. Stay safe, Jeffrey Denning The pic I am attaching here is the hand of a local officer who was using his pocket knife to pry some staples off of a target. He just nicked his finger enough to barely draw blood. A couple days later he felt a lump in his forearm and armpit area as well as a lot of pain in the finger and hand. A trip to the hospital revealed the small cut developed a staph infection. So the doctors had to cut open the finger and hand to remove infected tissue. He spent about six weeks in a finger cast to keep the finger from curling up, then additional time in a finger “stretcher” that pulls the finger backwards to stretch the tendons that were affected by the infection. Again, all of this from a tiny scratch. Point is, we all use our knives for cutting just about anything (including drug exhibits). If you ever get poked, you introduce these things into your system. Grab some alcohol wipes and clean your knife blade regularly. If you ever do cut yourself, clean out the wound right away with alcohol and then use an antibiotic cream on it. Better safe than fileted! Dan


To read amazing interviews with warriors, check out Warrior SOS: Interviews, Insights and Inspiration, the book on Amazon.com. Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D3WO7VK

May 27, 2012

Memorial Day

The soldier, above all other men, is required to practice the greatest act of religious training -- sacrifice. In battle and in the face of danger and death, he discloses those divine attributes which his Maker gave when he created man in his own image. No physical courage and no brute instinct can take the place of the Divine help which alone can sustain him. However horrible the incidents of war may be, the soldier who is called upon to offer and to give his life for his country, is the noblest development of mankind. - Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Farewell Address at West Point, May 12, 1962