Deputy Mark Johns of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office displayed exceptional courage while facing an armed suspect, continuing to return fire to protect his fellow officers despite being critically wounded in a shootout.
This free digital magazine celebrates all police officers that compete, recognizing their hard work and dedication in keeping our communities safe, and how NRA has supported law enforcement competition since the beginning.
For the inaugural Celebrating Heroes event this week in Texas, Staccato 2011 is donating 100 commemorative Staccato P pistols for sale to Fallen Blue, a non-profit that supports the families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty
Deputy Tyler Thoman of the Brevard County, Florida, Sheriff’s Department displayed exceptional bravery while facing an armed career criminal out on bond for felony drug charges
As a law enforcement officer in 2011, Team Glock’s Jim Kuzak was ambushed and shot five times. After his recovery, he hooked up with Trevor Baucom and became an adaptive shooter.
The four-year contract Includes Norwegian and Swedish law enforcement agencies.
In 2007, Capt. Phillip Hemphill of the Mississippi Highway Patrol took his ninth title in his final appearance as a competitor at the NRA National Police Shooting Championships.
Border Patrol’s Robert Vadasz wins 10th straight NRA National Police Shooting Championships—his 11th victory overall.
This year in Mississippi, Vadasz finished the championship 26 points higher in the X-count than any other competitor.