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The SITREP 3-3 Fundamentals of Leadership

Primary & Secondary presents The SITREP Part 3: The panel discusses nuances of leadership as viewed from law enforcement, military, and corporate vantages. Panel: Roland Bill Blowers – http://tap-rack.com/ John “Chappy” Chapman – http://www.rcsgear.com Mike Martin – http://store.appalachiantraining.com/ Richard Mason – Direct Action Resource Center (DARC) Matt 00:00 – The seriousness of leadership 11:00 –… read more »

The SITREP 3-2 Fundamentals of Leadership

On iTunes and http://traffic.libsyn.com/primaryandsecondary/The_SITREP_3-2_Fundamentals_of_Leadership.mp3 Primary & Secondary presents The SITREP Part 2: The panel discusses nuances of leadership as viewed from law enforcement, military, and corporate vantages. Panel: Roland Bill Blowers – http://tap-rack.com/ John Chapman – http://www.rcsgear.com Mike Martin – http://store.appalachiantraining.com/ Richard Mason – Direct Action Resource Center (DARC) Matt 00:00 – instilling a fighting… read more »

The SITREP 3-1 Fundamentals of Leadership

Also in audio form on iTunes and http://primaryandsecondary.libsyn.com/the-sitrep-3-1-fundamentals-of-leadership Part 1: The panel discusses nuances of leadership as viewed from law enforcement, military, and corporate vantages. Panel: Roland Bill Blowers – http://tap-rack.com/ John “Chappy” Chapman – http://www.rcsgear.com Mike Martin – http://store.appalachiantraining.com/ Richard Mason – Direct Action Resource Center (DARC) Matt https://primaryandsecondary.com Like, Subscribe, Share

P&S ModCast 16-1 The Unstoppable Jared Reston

Primary & Secondary ModCast 16-1   Speaking with Jared Reston about the incident he was involved in on 01/26/2008. http://www.restongrouptraining.com/   Things to consider: Why did he initially contact the suspect? What was his initial choice of weapon? Did Jared know the suspect was armed? How many shots were fired from both sides? How much… read more »

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