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Training and Skills You Need To Become a Bodyguard

When I was in the military working as a special agent for both the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and for Army CID, I spent time as a protective services agent, also known as a bodyguard. I have had the pleasure of guarding countless generals and politicians as well as Oprah Winfrey, Colin Powell, Norman Schwarzkopf Jr, Kevin Costner, Barbra Streisand, and others.

Being a bodyguard was a tough job, and it is not for everyone, but if you have the desire and gumption to do so, you can make this a pretty good career and TRS Direct gives you many skills you can use for this profession.

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Hey… it’s Jimbo. Over the last 33 years or so (but who counting?) FightFast has been blessed to work with gutsy operatives who work undercover. I’m talking about plainclothes agents hunting bad guys on foreign soil… black operatives who need to blend-in to get close to their targets… hardened undercover street cops… and generally the Read More

The role of a bodyguard is to protect people who are typically wealthy, famous, political figures, and other at-risk persons and sometimes to protect their property. To become a bodyguard, you need to possess or acquire a broad range of skills in order to be considered for the job. When I was in the military Read More

With all the election drama still ringing in our ears, I thought this would be a good time to chat some more about the manly art of street fighting. You may have seen this one (an oldie but goodie), but it’s worth reviewing to keep your skills sharp. Hey… it’s Jimbo. For 30 years FightFast/TRS Read More

When it comes to self-defense, I like to share with your methods that have proven effective for me in real combat. The high low and low high fighting strategy is an effective self-defense, MMA, and martial arts strategy for defeating your attacker. In this article I am going to explain this effective strategy, as well Read More

As a special agent, we had a concept we used in shooting called a “Double Tap.” Double-tapping meant that when we fired a shot into a target, we would rapidly fire a second shot into the same area without hesitation. We would not fire, look to see if we hit and then fire again, we Read More