Terrorist Attacks – Diversions

Terrorist AttacksTerrorism is in the headlines all too often lately. With news in recent years from violence in Barcelona, Nice, Berlin and closer to home in the US, like the Boston Marathon bombing, how can you be better prepared to respond in an emergency situation in a crowd? Today Adam Painchaud shares in this audio how to be aware, and think and act differently than most people do.

Adam is one of the most highly regarded small unit tactics and advanced firearms instructors in America. He is Army Ranger and Airborne qualified. Adam is a senior non-commissioned officer with nearly 22 years of experience in both active duty and reserves. He has completed federal investigations as well as protective services missions worldwide including missions for the war against terrorism.

You’ll hear why diversions are key to terrorist effectiveness, and why it may not be the best idea to follow the herd after an incident. Listen in on Adam’s tips so you can think clearly and stay safe anywhere.

Was this training useful for you? Do you now have a different perspective on staying safe in large crowds? Do you understand how these terrorists have a method to their madness? Share your thoughts below.

 

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