PROVO, Utah – December 12, 2016 – Action Target Inc., the leading manufacturer of modern shooting ranges, announced the dates for the 2017 Law Enforcement Training Camp. The training will take place September 11-15, 2017 in Thistle, Utah. To register click here.
Action Target provides world-class instructors and schedules the week with elite courses that are filled with high volume shooting. LETC is designed to aid firearms instructors from across the country in their training effectiveness, allowing them to pass those skills along to officers in their respective agencies.
“We’re proud of the success of our LETC program. It’s a unique opportunity for ATI to show its ongoing support for our law enforcement by providing this elite training program. Members of Law Enforcement everywhere are the reason why we do what we do. This year we have received the highest accolades from LETC attendees and we are very excited to expand the program for next year!” -Kevin Tomaszewski, VP of Marketing and Engineering at Action Target.
Target Inc. Action Target Inc. is a privately owned business headquartered in Provo, Utah. As a world leader in shooting range technology with more than 4,000 products and 40 patents for the systems it designs and manufactures, Action Target has installed thousands of shooting ranges across the United States and in 40 other countries around the world. Action Target also designs systems and conducts firearms training for law enforcement and various military divisions. For more information on Action Target, visit www.ActionTarget.com. To learn more about Action Target products or to purchase items online, visit www.LETargets.com.
Veteran’s Day is a time for Americans to remember and honor those that have fought as well as thank those that currently fight for our freedom. Undoubtedly Veterans Day is a different experience if you are a Veteran. We decided to ask Steve Owens here at Action Target what Veterans Day means to him.
Steve Owens, United States Air Force (28 years)
“To be perfectly honest, for me Veterans Day has mostly been just another day. I usually try to get through it unnoticed. I still become uncomfortable when someone thanks me for my service after noticing my retired ID card. It is not that I am not proud that I served, I guess I just remember too well the Vietnam days and how badly Vets were treated at that time. Despite having served in the Air Force for 28 years myself, when I think of “Veterans” I still picture people like my Father, Grandfather and a handful of uncles that served during WWII and a great uncle that survived the trench warfare in Europe while serving during WWI. Time and opinion being what they are, wars and warriors go in and out of fashion driven by the prevailing views of society at that moment. These opinions are but fashions, rolling as waves upon the seas forged by the tidal forces of public opinion. Sometimes we surf upon the crests, other times we drown in the depths of their troughs. At times the hero, other times the goat. That is often the lot of the veteran and so often one never knows which appellation to expect… except perhaps on November 11th.”
Join us in saying thank you to all of the men and women who fight to protect our freedoms!