.On this week’s show, Carrie Lightfoot interviews Greg Ellifritz , owner of Active Response Training, about a recent article he wrote on how to survive a terrorist vehicle attack. Sponsored by Ruger.
Barbara Baird joins Carrie and the women discuss cool shooting products, and Julie Golob weighs in this week on being ready to shoot in the rain. Sponsored by NRA Women.
Topic: How to Survive a Terrorist Vehicle Attack
Greg Ellifritz is Active Response Training’s President and Primary Instructor.
Greg has been a police officer since 1995. He spent 13 years as the full-time tactical training officer for his central Ohio agency. In that position, he was responsible for developing and instructing all of the in-service training for a 54-officer police department. Greg has served as patrol officer, armorer, bike patrol officer, bike patrol coordinator, sniper, and field training officer for his agency.
He has instructed for the Tactical Defense Institute since 2001. He is a lead instructor for TDI’s ground fighting, knife fighting, active shooter, impact weapons, and extreme close quarters shooting classes.
Greg holds instructor, master instructor, or armorer certifications in more than 75 different weapons systems. These include defensive tactics programs and law enforcement specialty areas. Greg also has successfully completed more than 4,000 hours of documented formal training with the leading firearms, empty hand fighting, and edged weapons.
Greg has been an adjunct instructor for the Ohio Peace Officer’s Training Academy. He teaching firearms, defensive tactics, bike patrol, knife defense and physical fitness topics. He has taught firearms and self-defense classes at the national and international level. Teaching through the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, The American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers, Rangemaster Tactical Conference, and Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police.
He has a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Management and has written for several publications and websites including: ‘The Firearms Instructor,” “Ohio Police Chief,” “Combat Handguns,” Survivalblog.com, “Concealed Carry Magazine,” Primedia’s “Personal & Home Defense Annual,” “Recoil Magazine,” and “American Handgunner.”
Read Greg’s article 10 Tips for Surviving a Terrorist Vehicle Attack.
Tip Time with Julie Golob: Are You A Fair Weather Shooter? Sponsored by NRA Women.
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TWAW Product of the Week
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