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FREE NATIONAL TACTICAL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION WEBINAR – Terrorist Tactics Against Law Enforcement: Lessons from Afghanistan and Iraq

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Webinar Date: Thursday, July 25 at 2:00 p.m. EDT

National Tactical Officers Association The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) is sponsoring a free webinar on Thursday, July 25, 2013 at 2 p.m. EDT for NTOA members. The webinar will review philosophy and tactics used by terrorist organizations to defeat and subjugate law enforcement. This presentation will discuss the current state of affairs globally as they pertain to extremist Islamic terrorist groups and their efforts to escalate attacks on United States soil. Mr. Bart Branyon will leverage his expertise and first-hand knowledge from abroad, to include Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, to illustrate this discussion.

To be successful, the terrorists must first demonstrate that law enforcement is incapable of consistently protecting United States citizens. Law enforcement must be the proactive vanguard to address this threat.

SWAT OfficerPresenter Bio: Mr. Bart Branyon is a retired sergeant from the Olathe (KS) Police Department. Mr. Branyon served as a SWAT officer, sniper, team supervisor and tactical operations center commander. He has served the Department of Defense as a battlefield counter-terrorism investigator in Afghanistan and Iraq and has also worked in various CT missions in Asia and the Middle-East.

REGISTER NOW.  Must be an active NTOA member to attend. NTOA member ID required to register. If you are not currently a member of NTOA, JOIN NOW to attend this webinar. Questions, contact NTOA at 800-279-9127 or membership@ntoa.org

About the National Tactical Officers Association:

The National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA), founded in 1983 for the purpose of providing a communications link between SWAT units throughout the U.S., currently provides membership to all sworn active and retired law enforcement personnel and correctional officers that meet prescribed membership criteria. The NTOA’s “Member Tested and Recommended Products Program” assists NTOA members and the law enforcement community with objective product evaluations. NTOA provides over 150 training courses across the United States and Canada (special request basis) annually. The NTOA also provides members with two annual conferences as a platform to disseminate new information and training resources. The NTOA operates with Veritas – truth, honesty and integrity – in all our relationships. www.ntoa.org

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