TICS Civilian Tactical Medical Class by TRS June 17, 2017
COURSE RESCHEDULED: LOOK FOR A JULY DATE SOON On June 17th, TRS will be again offering our TICS (Tactical Incident Care and Skills) course. This course is a basic tactical trauma course. Course fees are $200.  Course starts at 9am and is 8 hours with a lunch break. To... Read more
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course – May 22-23
On May 22-23, 2017 TRS will host a Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course at our facility at 100 E Lee Ave. in Sherwood, AR. The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) program is based on the principles of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and meets the guidelines established by... Read more
TRS Tip of the Week – Covert Hiding Places
Here is a tip on how to covertly hide items you may need in emergencies. Check us out on our facebook page @tacticalrescueservices. Read more
Responsible Open Carry of Firearms
By Brandon Butler, Director/Chief Instructor, TRS There is much debate on the open carry of firearms. Although I fully support that right, I also support the need for responsible actions to accompany. Statistics show that carrying a firearm prevents more deaths and violent acts than incidents involving the misuse of... Read more
Everyday Security and Defense Tactics – Part 1, Mental EDC
By Brandon Butler, Director/Chief Instructor, TRS When you pack up your carry pistol, wallet, knife, keys, and cell phone to head out the door, this is referred to as your EDC or Every Day Carry. One aspect of EDC is one that we tend to always have with us but... Read more
Everyday Situational Awareness
By Morgan Butler, Asst. Director/Chief Editor From the hustle and bustle of the holidays to the chaos of everyday life, everyone gets a little distracted from time to time. To be honest, it’s hard not to be distracted with the 24/7 news updates and constant tweets, pings, likes and... Read more
What is EDC?
  By Brandon Butler, Director/Chief Instructor, TRS Every Day Carry, otherwise known as EDC, is what we carry with us every day when out of the home. Just like the old scouting rule of “Be Prepared,” it is our opportunity to be ready for what may lie ahead. For some,... Read more
Concealed Carry….from a Newbie Woman’s Perspective
By: Morgan Ford, Asst. Director/ Editor, TRS I don’t have any previous experience with combat, rescue techniques, or firearms training, nor can I tell you the difference in armor, plates, or helmets. The only camouflage I’ve ever worn has been that of the Grand Prairie in Stuttgart, also known... Read more
Tactical Trauma Care by Anyone….the TICS Concept.
by Brandon Butler, Chief Instructor, TRS Time to switch gears and start talking more about what one of our main purposes is….rescue. One of the concepts we, at TRS, have started working on is the TICS (or Tactical Incident Care Skills) course. These are a simple set of skills... Read more
The art of…denial?
By Brandon Butler, Chief Instructor, TRS As I have worked for many years in public service, I have encountered many people who were victims of crime and violence. I have often listened to what they have said, post incident, and wondered why they didn’t recognize the signs of the... Read more
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