Chris Sizelove, the Blue Force Gear Director of Training, joins the P&S Training Summit instructor roster. He retired from the Army after twenty years of service; sixteen in the 75th Ranger Regiment as an infantryman, followed by four years with the Defense Intelligence Agency. While in the 75th Chris became an SME and instructor for carbine, pistol, CQB, and forced entry TTP’s as an assaulter and strike force senior NCO. He was a sniper, served in a Sniper/Reconnaissance element, and was the Master Breacher for 75th. Chris also developed and instructed covert carry and vehicle TTP’s for specific roles.
Prior to joining the Army, Chris was fortunate in that he was local to Gunsite Training Center where he worked while in high school as a range hand and professional brass picker-upper. It was there that he met men like Jeff Cooper, Louis Awerbuck, Chris Dwiggins, and Pat Rogers—and his decision to join the military was sealed. Twenty years and thirteen combat deployments and overseas tours later, Chris returns to the training industry and is honored to work in an effort to provide training and expertise to those that seek it in order to benefit themselves, their teams, and their communities.
Chris will be teaching CQB-centric blocks.