Emerging threats require emerging solutions. Guerrilla Approach, a strategic advisory firm, uses data analytics to provide leadership training, and improve operational best practices by aggregating law enforcement and military lessons learned.


What we’ve found:

-Agencies struggle to produce capable tactical professionals because the wrong individuals are billeted as instructors.

-Tactical teams struggle to mature because they lack leadership development training, not range time and PT.

-Organizations primarily train and equip for the wars they want instead of the wars they fight (comfort zone).

-Hardware is improperly valued over human potential.

-The “train the trainer” model doesn’t work due to brevity, and develops a false sense of abilities among cadre.


What we do:

-Explain how timeless tactical and strategic principles are scaled to plan and execute raids in Syria, or respond to active shooters in America.

-Teach professionals “how” to think not “what” to think (the cookbook format doesn’t work!).

-Establish scalable standards that discard lowest common denominator approaches.

-Consolidate conventional military, special operations, law enforcement, and private sector best practices for training program development and skills improvement.


I am confident that you will find Guerrilla Approach’s material refreshingly different, yet entirely practical.


Aaron Barruga

Founder, Guerrilla Approach


Whether a domestic vehicle interdiction, or a shootout in Syria, we teach the principles based approach that can be applied to all close quarter fights involving vehicles.


Tactical professionals are trained to follow sequences and regurgitate commands, but this is markedly different than understanding performance and preventing plateaus. This will feel different, but trust us, throwing away the “cookbook” format is for the best.