EPISODE 86

“Inspect what you expect:” Pre-Deployment Checks and Inspections

Mar 31, 2021 | Podcast | 0 comments

Mike Pannone CTT Solutions

Vince shares some ideas about keeping your gear squared away and ready for the fight. 

Admit it, people like us tend to be “tactical” hoarders. But if you want your gear to actually be functional when the time comes that you need to use it, you have to put hands on it from time to time. Make sure your screws are thread locked, check your zero on your optics, pack enough water and socks, etcetera. Like any TacTangents episode it’s not just about your gear. This also has a lot to do with things like leadership, personal responsibility, and risk management. 

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