The 2018 winner of the Law Enforcement Firearm Instructor of the Year is Sgt. George Bradley of the Charleston (South Carolina) Police Department.
Faced with a dire emergency during one of her courses, Suzanne Freehauf remained calm and acted quickly to save the life of her student, who was experiencing a severe medical situation.
As we continue to celebrate the 150th year of your National Rifle Association, I want to take this opportunity to honor one of our fellow members. I am pleased to announce that Michael Abramovich of Arizona was selected as the 2019 recipient of the Col. Charles H. Mitchell Trainer of Distinction Award for going above and beyond to support our valuable NRA training programs. Mr. Abramovich would have been recognized at last year’s scheduled Annual Meeting in Nashville, which, as you know, had to be postponed due to the global pandemic.
This month I would like to highlight the resources located at your NRA Headquarters, in Fairfax, Va., that are available to members, as well as the general public. NRA Headquarters proudly houses the National Firearms Museum, the NRA Range and the NRA Store-right outside of our nation’s capital.
Violent crime in the United States is escalating due in large part to left-leaning judges and prosecutors being unwilling to do their jobs.