Active Shooter Response – Follow Up

By Charles Bausman Last week we dove in to the roles and capabilities of law enforcement response to active shooters. By profiling the attacks in San Bernardino, Orlando, Dallas, and Paris, we were able to provide a snapshot of the tactics utilized by the shooters as well as the methods of response by Police. Click […]

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Q&A 10.14.16

QUESTION I need some advice. What program should I chose to get started? Background: I’m a 25 Year retired SEAL MasterChief. During my Team years, I was an endurance athlete who got sucked into and focused on swimming, running and cycling (Multiple disciplines). The only strength training was during BUD/S. I was very lean and […]

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V-Force Weight Vest

25 lb. V-FORCE Weight Vest This is the weight vest we use in our training facility. The weight is positioned high on the front and back of the torso for better carriage, and straps tightly with a buckle and velcro system to minimize movement. The company provides a weight vest trade-in for your old vest […]

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Active Shooters: Patrol tasked to respond, but are they out-gunned, under-equipped, and under-trained? And what does this mean for SWAT?

By Charles Bausman & Rob Shaul Motivations behind active shooter attacks vary, but the tactics are similar. One to two active shooters, armed with semi-automatic rifles and semi-automatic pistols, select a densely populated location. Specific victims are not necessarily pre-selected, but rather a segment population is targeted based on the shooter’s selected location. Following a period […]

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Arete 10.7.16

NATIONAL DEFENSE Russia’s Determination to Revise Post-Cold War Order, Rand Corporation Whoever wins the Presidency, the Next Big International Incident Will Come from Iran, Rand Corporation Putin’s Mistakes in Syria will Haunt Russia, Council on Foreign Relations Defense Solutions 2016, Heritage Foundation Future Op Environment 2050, Small Wars Journal 5 Reasons the US Army will […]

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Q&A 10.7.16

QUIET PROFESSIONAL FEEDBACK Great article! Like you (although I’m 50) I think a lot more about these issues then I did when I was starting out. The ideas you espouse are central to Stoicism. Embrace the suck, resilience & patience are central Stoic believes. Not sure if you read it already, but the book The […]

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