One of our highest honors, this award is bestowed for extraordinary dedication and performance in development and support of NRA training programs.
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.
General Miller must value the M1911’s performance, as his military leadership activities frequently bring him into situations that may demand immediate action.
On July 3, 2018, Tulsa, Okla., police Sergeant Mike Parsons put on his uniform and ballistic vest, donned his badge, strapped on his gun, and went out to serve and protect his community. He had no idea his day would end with a gunfight and a bullet in his thigh.
All law-abiding, sane Americans agree: One of our country’s top priorities should be ensuring the safety of our school children. For decades, protecting our children has been a central focus of the National Rifle Association.
As a Marine, I know all too well the bloody sacrifice of our brave men and women in the military in defense of our country, our security and our freedom.
Women make up the fastest-growing segment of new NRA members.
These historic firearms were rescued from the yacht S.S. United States after it sank at its mooring in 1919.
Ninety-seven years ago this week, a great American fighter pilot was born.