Setting up a new class at Ft Huachuca

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    Setting up a new class at Ft Huachuca

    First Sgt Kim and Captain Markham of WTU are assisting with this, as is SGM Townsend at the M P Station. You'll need 300 rounds if we go the civilian route, and if we go the military route the unit will provide. We will do both at time goes. I want the Combat medics who will be deploying soon in the next class. If they don't have handguns I will be going to the community to loan them handguns, preferably Berettas or Taurus 92's.
    This is free to Active Duty and deploying reservists of ANY service.
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    This is a fine service you are performing. This is why I always say America's best aren't walking around in the malls. They are wearing a uniform.

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    Date Set for April 22nd. You may also register at WMR.

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    This class went well. We are receiving tremendous support from Ft. Huachuca. I'm tired so will make a more complete report later.

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    This was a rather unique class as it included both LEO's and Wounded Warriors. The wounded are on their way back but required a bit of tweaking of stances, and holds, all of which proved very successful
    This young soldier is a fellow 19D who still has shrapnel from an IED in his neck and a 7.62 bullet in his hip. He also helped an old 19D40 make the proper radio calls.


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