On Training: Volume 1
Former naval officer and certified law enforcement firearms instructor Dustin Salomon has spent years advocating for major structural changes in firearms, use-of-force, and other tactical training. In this edited collection of essays, he tears away the curtain and shines an illuminating light into the dark recesses of this often discussed, but little understood, industry. On Training exposes a series of serious, structural flaws that have plagued military, law enforcement, and security training for decades. The book's primary focus is on the armed professions; however, it will benefit trainers in any firearms discipline, as well as those in other vocations that require skillful performance and expert decision-making in high consequence settings. This is also a must read for anyone who wants to understand the underlying issues that lead to substandard police performance and excessive use-of-force, as well as a clear path forward to fix them.
"A concise and expert primer on arms training."
- Paperback: 144 pages
- Publisher: Innovative Services and Solutions LLC (June 9, 2020)
- Language: English
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.33 x 9 inches
About the Author:
Dustin Salomon is a former naval officer and a certified law enforcement firearms instructor. He has been professionally engaged with firearms, security, and tactical training and operations since 1996. Dustin also operates a blog intended for professional instructors at www.buildingshooters.com.