Monthly Archives: April 2014

Don’t Be THAT guy

Just don’t. We have plenty of battles to fight without you and your attitude acting as a walking, breathing liability to us all. Who is “that guy” you ask? Well, its easy to spot him if you know what to look … Continue reading

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Context and Training Methodology

During my 2 day Combat Focus Shooting class this past weekend in Kempner, Texas, I had a great question from a student that developed into a solid discussion about training methodology. He asked me why I teach kinesthetic alignment and … Continue reading

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Observations and Thoughts on the Fort Hood Shooting

For the second time in 5 years, we have a spree murder on the nation’s largest military installation; and once again, the notion of doing anything proactive to actually prevent the next inevitable mass murder is overshadowed by cowardice and … Continue reading

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Lonestar Medics Field and Tactical Medicine Conference 2014 AAR

I was very privileged to be able to attend the inaugural Lone Star Medics Field and Tactical Medicine Conference in Dallas with my wife Stacey this past weekend. As a PDN contributor myself, I have been following Caleb Causey and … Continue reading

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