Last week's commando raid that resulted in the death of a US Navy SEAL, the loss of a $75 million helicopter, and reported civilian deaths —to include an eight year old girl—has sparked the typical rounds of “arm-chair commandering” from a sidelined American public. Policymakers...

I return for a second episode on the Squad Room and talk with Garrett about law enforcement training culture and how to properly integrate military tactics. We also discuss the importance of purposeful stress induced exercises and the history of "range theatrics" in that their first documented...

The crew over at Breach Bang Clear wrote us a review of "High Threat Environment Vehicle Tactics" from the perspective of law enforcement.   "Almost weekly, we are reminded of the dangers law enforcement officers face on the streets. Coordinated gang members, active shooters, and ISIL sympathizers have...

Spoiler Alert: There is a lot of ego in the tactical industry. A car full of shooters can barely agree where to eat lunch at, let alone which fighting techniques are superior. The ego involved with the craft of tactical marksmanship is unavoidable, but necessary. Shooting...

Opportunity Costs in Regards to Tactical Training There is no such thing as a free lunch. Regardless of the political, social, or economic context of our actions, there is a give and take associated with everything. Economists define this as opportunity costs, which are the potential...