A blog that even James Bond would read! Yes, RTG is launching it's new intelligence and security blog entitled Single Operative. It's an idea we've been exploring for the last couple of years
What is a Single Operative? A single operative is someone who through physical and mental conditioning, has developed the skills necessary to operate in unfamiliar, even hostile territory, while accomplishing a task with peak proficiency.
In other words, all the stuff that James Bond does. In the coming weeks and months, our intent is to share tips and techniques from the world of counter-terrorism and the security field that you can usea in your everyday life. And if you can't adapt it to every day life, you'll at least find it fun and entertaining.
We plan to do exciting things with this blog, like post informational and instructional videos that not only help you better understand the world you live in, but also improve the way you operate in it.
SO, head on over to Single Operative blog by clicking here and check out. Here are a few of the titles of the posts we have up:
We plan to pass on more training tips that you will find useful, like How Fight Your Way Out of an Vehicular Ambush, 3 Things the Israelis Teach About Gunfighting, AND MORE.
So, if you have even a passing interest in intelligence, security and self-protection, you must head on over!
Look at what we have up so far. Give us feedback on what you see and what you would like to see.
Until Next Time,
Alea Iacta Est
PS. Help spread the word....
A few months ago, RTG's Senior Instructor, Mark Booher, spoke at the Washington County Bar in Fayetteville, Arkansas, to discuss the rise of violent attacks against judges, prosecutors, attorneys, and other members of the legal community. This talk was a follow-up to a blog post we did entitled Is It Becoming Dangerous to be a Lawyer.
You can read more about what is happening and what we at RTG are doing to help attorneys and judges better protect themselves by clicking here.
The fact is, there violence against members of the legal community is up for a number reasons. Larry Henry, from Channel News 5, spoke without outside the bar meeting and asked us to talk more about it.
If you would like more information, please contact us on our website.
The tragic attacks in Ottawa, New York, and Sydney are a chilling reminder that our world is changing. Terrorism, once a headline confined to Europe and the Middle East, has now landed upon our shores.
A new era is emerging in world of terrorism and the lone wolf is leading the charge. Whether it was Timothy McVeigh who murdered scores of people in the Oklahoma City bombing or Ismaaiyl Brinsley, who executed 2 New York City police officers in cold blood, these lone wolves have shown that they can be just as deadly as any state sponsored terror group. The question is who are these terrorists and what can they be stopped?
There is a common perception that nothing can be done about guard against these attacks, but that is wrong. The fact is detectives and officers on patrol don’t have to sit and wait until the next attack. By adopting a proactive response and strategy, officers can protect themselves and their communities from these homegrown attacks. But it takes knowledge. It takes training.
Utilizing tactics and strategies from the US and Israeli counter-terror methods, Understanding & Protecting Yourself Against Lone Wolf Attacks will cover such topics as:
Day 1: Threat Concepts
· Types of Lone Wolves Terrorists
· Psychology & Motivations of the Lone Wolf
· Radicalization in the Digital Age
· The Terrorist Threat Cycle
· Predicting & Intercepting Attacks
· Case Studies & Lessons From Recent Attacks
Day 2: Proactive Defense Techniques
· Principles of Patrol Profiling
· Patrol Profiling vs. Racial Profiling
· Interpreting Clues from Your Surroundings
· Dynamic Decision Making
· Scenario Drills and Defense Against Lone Wolf Attacks
· AND MORE….
We're very excited about this class and have already begun booking into 2015. If you would like to bring this valuable training to your agency, unit, or place of work, please contact us more more details.
Prepare - Protect - Prevail