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By October 30, 2012October 21st, 2016No Comments

G4S Team ITITeam International Training, Inc. (ITI) members performed well this past weekend at IDPA and USPSA sanctioned matches. Morgan Allen won his fifth consecutive ESP Division title (Second Overall) at the GA State IDPA Championship, held in Conyers, GA October 26th – 27th, 2012. While Allen was in Georgia, Laura Torres-Reyes was competing at the Indiana Single Stack / Production & Revolver USPSA Championship, held at the Atlanta Conservation Club in Atlanta, IN October 29th through 30th, 2012, where she was crowned High Lady in the Production Division.

“Rhett Crutchfield, Capel English and the rest of the team put together another premier match,” commented Allen. “Seldom have I attended a match that successfully handled as many shooters competing on the same day as this one, and yet with the top level stage design these guys have as their staple every year. I’m happy to be able to bring home yet another victory for Team ITI!”

Team ITI Morgan Allen

Team ITI Morgan Allen

Over 220 competitors came out to Georgia to compete along with Allen.

“This was a milestone for me as one of my best performances at a USPSA match. Having come from a predominantly IDPA background, I had been intimidated by the total freedom of choice to engage an array of targets,” remarked Torres-Reyes. “Thanks to training, I am now more confident in making strategic decisions and optimizing opportunities for success based on my skill level. I want to especially thank the tremendous talent of the match director and staff for making this such a fun and challenging match.”

Team ITI would like to thank some their sponsors for their support: 5.11 Tactical VA Beach, Virginia, Atlanta Arms and Ammo, Dan Burwell Gunsmithing, FrogLube, G2 Gemini, Laura Burgess Marketing and Rudy Project USA.

Torres-Reyes next competition will be the IDPA Citrus Challenge, held at the Central Florida Rifle & Pistol Club in Orlando, FL November 3rd, 2102. Allen, along with Torres-Reyes, can be seen competing at the IDPA Triple Crown, held in Oxford, NC November 10th through 11th, 2012.

Team ITI Laura Torres-Reyes

Team ITI Laura Torres-Reyes

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About G4S International Training, Inc.

G4S International Training Incorporated (G4S ITI) is a subsidiary of G4S Government Solutions. Founded in 1989; G4S ITI is committed to providing benchmark security training programs emphasizing professionalism, quality, customer service and a fair price. G4S ITI conducts both mobile and fixed site training in security assistance and security service programs for the U.S. Government, U.S. military, corporate America, and now private citizens. For more information on G4S ITI or any of their courses, log on to


About Morgan Allen

It’s hard to believe that Morgan Allen has only been shooting pistols since 2005, considering he has over 30 IDPA State and Regional Division Championship titles under his belt since 2007. Having moved up the ladder from an IDPA Novice to Master in only 14 months, Allen has also won six top-five Division finishes at IDPA National Championship matches. In 2011, he was chosen to be a member of the 2011 US Team at the IDPA World Championship. Allen is an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor, as well as an IDPA Safety Officer, USPSA Range Officer and PPC Master.


About Laura Torres-Reyes

Laura Torres-Reyes first started her shooting career five years ago when she decided to practice to qualify for a deployment as a Medical Commander for the Air Force. She is currently serving as an Active Duty Air Force Colonel (0-6). Torres-Reyes, a Bronze Star Medal recipient, specializes in Occupational Medicine and practices as a Physician at Fort Detrick, Maryland. She currently competes in IDPA as an SSP EX and has earned over thirty High Lady and High Military State Championship titles in her past four years of competing in IDPA. Prior to being on Team ITI, Torres-Reyes competed as a member of Team Smith & Wesson for two years.