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CHAPTERCHAT and I are enjoying the deer, owls, eagles, and various other critters that wander through what we affectionately call “the compound”. I have taken up an old hobby I haven’t had time for in years (working on old cars). After over 30 years in law enforcement I am happy to let the young folks carry on. I am looking forward to travelling this summer and seeing new things.
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QUANTICO n The official grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at the new NAA Store in Quantico.
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in the line of fire; you will leave the seminar inspired and re-energized to fulfill your purpose as a peace officer. We are not just the Blue Line; we are the community that we serve. Let our Blue Line be a standard of trust, Strength & Honor. As a member of the Officer Safety and Wellness Committee FBI National Academy Associates: He will be contributing to an overall goal of establishing formalized wellness programs for law enforce- ment, while assisting to help establish partnerships with private industry to help fund initiatives. “I am grateful to Co-Chairmen Joseph Collins and Kevin Wingerson for selecting me and my colleague Lacy Wolff, and I am thankful for Major Jason Hester who has guided and supported our efforts.” He also trains active DPS personnel in High Risk Stops/Live Threat Engagement Training, Swift Water Awareness and Tactical Emergency Casualty Care skills along with Leadership, Profes- sional Policing and Ethics. He also presents a premiere Resiliency Leadership Training program for All Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS Agencies. The program S.H.I.E.L.D has been invited to the 2015 ALERRT, 2016 FBI National Academy, and 2016 American Polygraph Assn. National Conferences. Saving lives, marriages, careers, and improving inter-department/agency relation- ships is my passion.
(L-R) 5.11’s CEO Tom Davin, Unit Chief Mike McCormick, President Barry Thomas.
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What a crew enjoying their last night in Quantico after the 2016 Chapter Officers meeting.
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