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Instructors bio | Mike Krul

Experience/Skills Mike has been an avid outdoorsman his whole life. He has spent thousands of hours tracking animals and surviving in the outdoors in many environments and conditions. Taking game in the woods requires some of the keenest skills of camouflage, concealment and movement. He has applied these skills not only to the outdoors but […]

Instructors bio | Kelly Alwood

Experience/Skills 2007-Present: Instructor 2007: Worked Security on Hurricane Gustov and Hurricane Ike. 2005: Worked as an Instructor at the USAF CPEC Sniper School. 2003 & 2004: Worked as a Security contractor in Iraq. Operations include ICE Iraqi Currency Exchange Program, 5SFG REF, PSD to include General Petraeus, and Counter Sniper operations with the 1st Cav […]

Instructors bio| Kevin Reeve

Kevin Reeve is the founder and Director of onPoint Tactical Tracking School. Kevin has provided training to law enforcement, SAR teams, and the US military in the arts of tracking, survival, escape and evasion and urban operations.Prior to founding onPoint Tactical LLC, Kevin worked for one of the top tracking schools in America. Kevin spent […]

Sandy’s Tragic Lessons

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Sandy Lesson One: SELF-RELIANCE over servitude. NEVER ever ever ever ever go to the Superdome. In other words, if you are dependent on the government for your well being after a disaster, you are in for some very hard times. If you have not prepared in advance for the likely disasters […]

Dog Soldier vs. Apache Scout

In the annals of American warfare, few fighters have a greater reputation for bravery than the Dog Soldiers of the Cheyenne. The Dog Soldiers were one of six military societies of the Cheyenne Indians. Dog Soldiers were noted as both highly aggressive and effective combatants. They were highly skilled cavalry, far superior on a horse […]