In May of 2011, Buckeye, Arizona police officers Chris Paz and Rolando Tirado were working off-duty security detail at a popular Phoenix event when an altercation with a reckless driver turned deadly.
A “general” category to put posts that do not fit anywhere else, so that random bloggers/commenters don’t whine about a post being in the wrong category.
Tomorrow I will be heading into the Bob Marshall Wilderness on horseback for a week of off-grid vacation, far away from computers and cell service.
Billy Johnson examines the media’s sensationalized coverage of mass shootings such as the tragedy in Santa Barbara, CA.
In the video below, Dom Raso clarifies where he stands on the militarization of police, and responds to the criticism he faced over his opinion regarding shared training and resources between law enforcement and military.
“Given enough time, any man may master the physical. With enough knowledge, any man may become wise. It is the true warrior who can master both…and surpass the result.” – Tien T’ai On June 24, 2014, after a long battle with illness, Master Firearms Instructor Louis Awerbuck took his own life.
Today we welcome Northwest Armory as our newest advertiser on Monderno. NW Armory is a traditional brick and mortar gun shop located in Portland Oregon, but they also sell a LOT of guns and gear online.
I should start out by saying that at no time in my life have I ever had the desire to dance wantonly in a minefield. With that out of the way, and with a deep breath – here goes nothing.
PhD research candidate Avi Roy created the following graphic that compares causes of death in the United States in 1900 with 2010. Can you spot what’s missing?
Dom talks situational awareness and avoiding tunnel vision by breaking down a scene from the movie Training Day in Media Lab Episode 6. Check it out.
The Life of Duty crew takes a look at the recent terrorist attacks in Kenya, Mumbai and Beslan, and say that it’s only a matter of time before this type of coordinated terror takes place in America.