Terrorism

Episode 40 – Facts Not Feelings

by Admin on December 29, 2015

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Episode 40 – Facts Not Feelings

 

“The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name.”

  • Obama’s Executive Order to take our guns!
  • San Bernardino
  • How have we changed out EDC?

 

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San Bernardino Shooting and Terrorist Attack | True News

 

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Join us as we discuss terrorism, training and more with Michael Mann of Masada Security Consulting. Sorry for being a day late…Ive been sickly.

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About Michael Mann:

Michael is an expert in the creation, implementation and management of complex physical security programs designed to safeguard personnel, classified/sensitive information, and other critical assets that require enhanced protection measures. He has extensive experience in conducting threat and vulnerability assessments, and creating security programs for high- risk facilities, corporate complexes, specialized manufacturing facilities and public/private schools.

Michael’s professional experience includes honorable service as a United States Marine while serving with the U.S. Marine Corps Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team (FAST), civilian police officer with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, special response team (SWAT) commander for the U.S. Department of Energy’ s Y-12 National Security Complex, and security manager for Westinghouse Electric Company. He has over 26 years of protective services and security management experience, a master’s degree in security management a certificate in terrorism studies, and a homeland security executive certificate earned while studying terrorism and protective services in Israel. Michael is a certified practitioner in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), applications of CPTED in school security surveys, trained in the CARVER Threat Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment Methodology, and the Sandia National Laboratory’s Risk Assessment Methodology (RAM). Michael is a nationally certified law enforcement response to an active shooter instructor, and a state certified law enforcement special weapons and tactics (SWAT) and counterterrorism instructor.

Michael specializes in the development and management of nuclear and chemical security programs, the creation and implementation of armed response programs designed to interrupt and neutralize the actions of armed adversaries (active shooters), and the design and development of workplace violence training and planning programs for human resource professionals.

Discussion:

  • Recent Terror Attacks
  • Mumbai
  • Training for LEO/ Armed Citizen
  • Masada Security Consulting

Let us know what you think about the show–your thoughts on the subject are always encouraged!

 

The Practical Tactical Podcast and Blog are presented free of charge. As always, please leave your feedback as we want this to be a discussion, and feel free to share our posts and subscribe without worry…we will never sell your email/contact information. Also be aware that while we only recommend or advertise products we know, trust, have used and believe in, most links in the resources section of the site are affiliate links. What that means is that if you purchase an item we link to such as a book from Amazon, or an Aimpoint from Brownell’s, we may receive a modest commission on that purchase. Thanks for your understanding and support. We are pleased to have you as a listener, reader and community member. 

Terrorism — Why You Should Care

29 September 2013

NYC/Washington D.C. Beslan. London. Mumbai. Boston. Nairobi. Quite the list of cities world-wide. 19 Hijackers killed 2296 in NYC, Washington D.C and Pennsylvania on 9/11 in a coordinated attack spanning multiple cities. A group of militants took 1100 hostages, and ended up killing 385, of which 186 were children, in a siege that lasted several […]

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