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Aaron Barruga Talks Vehicle Tactics in SureFire’s New ‘Field Notes’ Episode

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If you’re going to learn, why not learn from the best? SureFire has released the eighth episode in its ongoing

— which sees some of the most respected names in the industry sharing critical tactical training tips and techniques — and it features none other than Guerrilla Approach founder and Athlon Outdoors (that’s us) contributor Aaron Barruga. In this installment, Aaron discusses low-light vehicle tactics. Check it out above.



Aaron certainly has the pedigree to back up what he says. Enlisting in the military because of 9/11, he served in Special Forces for nine years until 2013. During that time, he deployed to Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Pacific Theater of Operations, where he worked with foreign commandos, militia fighters and law enforcement organizations. At Guerrilla Approach, he teaches vehicle tactics and active shooter interdiction classes.


In other words, when Aaron speaks, it’d be wise to listen.


SureFire’s “Field Notes” series started in July. Past episodes feature the likes of Travis Haley, Tyler Grey and more covering a bunch of different topics, including searching in low light scenarios; the advantages of night vision in law enforcement; knife attack drills; the fundamentals of low light; the importance of using a tourniquet; performing a magazine exchange with a hand-held light in hand and maneuvering through a jungle trail.


The post Aaron Barruga Talks Vehicle Tactics in SureFire’s New ‘Field Notes’ Episode appeared first on Tactical Life Gun Magazine: Gun News and Gun Reviews.


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