It’s stagnation, it’s a lack of progress, and the results can be deadly in this line of work – Marksman Observer
For those that have training in LE and military, you’ll noticed the old barricade technique that was taught and toting that .38 Smith & Wesson.
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STORY BY STEVEN PAUL BARLOW PHOTOS BY NRA he officer entered the room, heart rate elevated, his carbine leveled and
STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY TROY TAYSOM ﬁnally got the call. “How fast can you get here?” Sgt. Santiago asked.
STORY BY DANIELLE BRETEAU * PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF FTI K9 orking dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but it
STORY BY TROY TAYSOM Editor’s note: Part I in this series last issue covered the U.S. Air Force’s Office of
‘The Eyes Of The Eagle’ STORY BY TROY TAYSOM n 1947 the world was rebuilding after the most devastating global conflict
STORY BY TROY TAYSOM • PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAN AND MIKE COYLE Police officers are commonly referred to as brothers in blue.
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Story by Troy Taysom ommy Norman grew up in North Little Rock, Ark., a medium-sized town north of Arkansas’s capital