Special Forces

Physical Fitness and Survival

Physical Fitness and Survival

As a veteran owned an operated company, made of up of former Special Operations we can tell you first hand how crucial physical fitness is to survival. This week we connected with Jeff Nichols, Navy SEAL (ret)  – From Virginia High Performance.

An Operator’s Guide to Leadership, (Part 2)

An Operator’s Guide to Leadership, (Part 2)

How many of you have been in that team that we have fought or would have fought tooth and nail to stay in? You know, the team that you just cannot live without. The one that you look forward to going to work with every morning, where things just smooth seamlessly and everyone gets along. I have been in several teams over the years and have had some less than desirable teams and some really great teams. What are those key differences that made one team sync up better than the other?

One Body One Piece

One Body One Piece

Your body responds to the way you think, feel and act. This is the MIND-BODY CONNECTION. When you are stressed, anxious or upset, your body tries to tell you that something isn’t right. There is nothing more important for your personal safety and protection then to be physically and mentally focused and prepared for anything.

The Operators Guide to Better Leadership

The Operators Guide to Better Leadership

During my years in Special Operations and special units, working in small teams, I have seen a pattern that seems to repeat itself. There were always bad teams and good teams, and of course everyone wanted to be on a good team. But what are the key differences between the two?

SURVIVAL AND TACTICAL SYSTEMS (STS) TACTICAL CARBINE COURSE

SURVIVAL AND TACTICAL SYSTEMS (STS) TACTICAL CARBINE COURSE

I’m always up for a chance to train. At the end of November the gents from Survival and Tactical Systems headed back to Austin, TX and I was fortunate enough to have been invited back to take part in a two-day tactical carbine course.