Senior Instructor Trevor Thrasher, the founder of High Threat Methodology and Reality Behavior-Based Training©, has produced a series of videos called “Four Deadly Errors in CQB.” In this teaser video, Thrasher talks about advancing on an oriented immediate/imminent threat, and why it doesn’t make behavioral or tactical sense. Full release coming soon.
A combat veteran U.S. Army Green Beret, Trevor Thrasher has unique and wide-ranging special operations experience. His credentials include law enforcement SWAT, high risk protective work in non-permissive environments, and counter terrorism direct action missions-done both unilaterally and with foreign special forces.
Thrasher possesses numerous instructor level certifications in firearms, hand to hand combat and special tactics, and has developed proprietary tactical curriculum for numerous units and agencies. Earned certifications include: Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor, Israeli Tactical Shooting Instructor, Concealed Carry Handgun Instructor, SPEAR Instructor, Krav Maga Instructor, Special Forces Hand to Hand Combat Instructor, Take Down and Ground Control Instructor, FAST Defense, Pressure Point Control Tactics, Low Light and Special Team Tactics, Conventional and Explosive Breaching, Israeli Counter-Terrorism Tactical Instructor and many other certifications in the related fields of firearms, combatives and tactics.
Trevor served as primary defensive tactics instructor for the Omaha Police Department, primary tactical instructor/advisor to a foreign commando counter-terror unit, and is responsible for the ground breaking curriculum known as High Threat Systems, and Reality Behavior-Based Conditioning©.
Thrasher maintains his operational experience as a part-time police officer, Operations Sergeant (18Z) with the 19th Special Forces Group, Colorado National Guard, and as a contract security specialist for various organizations locally and overseas.
Thrasher is partner and COO of 88 Tactical Franchise Group.
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