Force on Force

EOTech XPS3

 http://www.eotech-inc.com/products/sights/xps3     By:Thomas Dixon   Early this year I was surprised by a med size box in the mail. After some investigation I discovered who it was from. The attached invoice said EOTech; needless to say I was happy. After opening the box and discovering an XPS3 and a G36 magnifier it quickly became Christmas in…

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Operation Red Circle.

Tactical Milsim Magazine in Conjunction with AlphaKnight Milsim are partnering up to offer you a 20% discount for the first 5 preregisters using the code TACSIM20 and a 10% discount for the following 20 using TACSIM10 (please note that codes are case sensitive, must be all upper case) For more information go to http://alphaknightsmilsim.com/events/ . Don’t forget to find TACSIM booth at…

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Keynote Speakers for upcoming HALO Summit 2012

Here are a list of keynote speakers confirmed for the event. KEYNOTE General Michael Hayden (Ret.) Principal, Chertoff Group Government Service: Director, Central Intelligence Agency (2006 – 2009) First Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (2005 – 2008) Director, National Security Agency (1999 – 2005) As Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, General Hayden was…

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Exciting Course line up for HALO Summit 2012

Here is a list of the courses that will be offered at The HALO Counter Terrorism Summit (29 Oct – 2 Nov 2012) al-Qaeda’s Penetration of the US Army, FBI and CIA David Williams Following the Trail of Terror Against America: How an Al-Qaeda Spy Penetrated the USIC. This segment will discuss the case of…

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HALO Counter Terrorism Summit (29 Oct – 2 Nov 2012)

San Diego, California will play host to HALO’s premier counter-terrorism event 29 October – 02 November 2012. The event, held at the Paradise Point Resort in Mission Bay, will occupy the entire island creating unique training, exhibiting, and sponsorship opportunities for all who attend. Over the years, HALO’s training summits have drawn the best and…

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Strategos Active Shooter

by Paul Pawela While the term Active Shooter is a relative new term in law enforcement that particularly centers around shootings that take place in school settings, the truth of the matter is, an active shooter situation can take place almost any where. In fact a significantly higher percentage of active shooter incidents occur in…

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ROTC lab simulates warfare at local paintball center

By John Tilton On Friday, the University of New Hampshire Army ROTC held its biggest field training exercise of the semester at the OSG Paintball in Center Barnstead, N.H.  Over 100 cadets, including some from Southern Maine, applied what they have learned throughout the semester in a simulated battle using paintballs. Complete with trip-wires, accidental…

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2nd Infantry debuts Warfighters’ Simulation system

By Walter T. Ham IV, 8th U.S. Army Public Affairs CAMP CASEY, South Korea – The 2nd Infantry Division recently became the first U.S. Army division to use the Warfighters’ Simulation system during a command post exercise in South Korea. Training with other units from the 8th U.S. Army and Republic of Korea Army, the…

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Police, Fire train together

Just another great example of Airsoft technlogy in a training environment. Airsoft is another system that can be used effectively under the right circumstances.  Airsoft is the only technology that can be used in any live workplace with minimal or normal duty gear whereas Simunitions damage the surroundings and require bulky protective gear not worn…

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SI Extreme Close Range Gunfighting incorporates Airsoft

I ran across this article on DefenseCarry.com and was impressed by the detailed review as well as the integration of Airsoft technology to illustrate the benefits of the close range gunfighting skills. Posted on DefensiveCarry.com by Blackeagle Last weekend I took an Extreme Close Range Gunfighting class taught by Randy Harris. This class followed right…

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