POSITION CLOSED TO NEW APPLICATIONS
Pre-Screening Candidates in order to fulfill a Travel Only Protection Specialist for a client within South America
-Title: Travel Only Protection Specialist – South America – Full time, 80%+ Travel
-Pay Range: HIGHLY COMPETITIVE plus expenses
-Relocation assistance/allowance: Negotiable
Many protective service providers and law enforcement agencies have protective intelligence units that conduct investigations, manage threat assessments and provide tactical, operational and strategic analysis of the information they uncover. However, they may fail to utilize the contemporary collection and analysis methods used by today’s intelligence professionals but rather lean on the standard criminal investigation processes they have always performed.
As a gear addict myself, currently a recovering twelve stepper, I have had issues in the past with having too much gear, with having a piece of gear for every possible task or contingency. There is a line that needs to be drawn, and I’ve accepted that; however my love for gear still burns strong, and I am sure that it shows.
As current threats develop and old threats evolve, everyday people are subject to complex issues in which the overwhelming majority are unaware of and/or unprepared to face. Not everyone can afford private protective services, so what can they do to better protect themselves and become their own bodyguard? In this article, we’ll discuss increasing your own survivability and that of those you love and protect.
There is a growing trend in concealed carry called the ‘dual weapon’ or ‘secondary weapon’ mindset, and it is growing with good reason. Considering the speed and simplicity of employment along with the reliability, carrying another weapon in the form of a fixed blade EDC along with your firearm is an extremely valid addition to your EDC kit.
As is common with us all, we love our gear and we can’t get enough. A common discussion in our Facebook group, The Executive Protection Network, is travel gear and equipment. While not meant to be a comprehensive or ‘cookie-cutter’ list, below I share a typical packing of my ‘go-bag’ which I hope you all find useful; at least as a good baseline to add/subtract from for your travel needs.