Demonstration at TLU (Seguin)
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Retired October 2011 as an Assistant Professor at UTHSCSA,
Emergency Health Sciences, as a Clinical Training Officer and
instructor for the San Antonio Fire and EMS Department for the
1st 5 years.
Assigned as the Continuing Education Coordinator for the
Bexar County 1st Responder Organization with 20 plus fire
departments in 1995 until retirement.
Retired in 1991 as an Army Major in the Nurse Corps
specializing in Emergency care, with tours in Viet Nam, Europe
and the United States. Volunteered for special duty for events
in Europe and the middle east. Assigned and Taught the 300F1
Course now known as 18 Delta for the Army Special Forces Branch.
Competed in the art of fencing nationally for the US Army
and the civilian sector.
Defensive Tactics and Emergency Medicine Instructor for
numerous Law Enforcement seminars and conferences, including the
DPS academy and Texas Tactical Police Officers Association.
Private instructor for police, border patrol officers and
Ranked in the Filipino martial arts as a Master Instructor
(Mandala Mandatus II) in Pekiti Tirsia Kali with 50 years of
martial arts experience that also includes Judo, Shodokan,
Kuntao, Silat and fencing (the European art of swordplay).
In the classroom:
View and discuss the Tueller Study video, and discussion
of safety procedures to be in effect during the course.
Discussion of situational awareness, to help avoid a fight.
Outdoors (weather permitting):
Based on demonstrated options, students will undergo
supervised practice of the fighting techniques, intended to augment, or even
substitute for, the use of a handgun.
To participate, student must be
Active Law Enforcement,
Active Officer of the Court
Holder of a valid Concealed Handgun License, or
Licensed Private Security Officer
What to bring:
Vest, loose fitting shirt, or other suitable method of
Soft soled shoes,
Cane or Walking Staff (4' or less in length - for cane
Cost of course $360 (6 students) + $60 ea. for up to 12 more