As a small token of appreciation for their sacrifice, Propper invited local law enforcement agencies from all over Eastern Missouri to attend firearms and emergency response training while sampling Propper gear. The sessions were conducted by renowned tactical trainer Rick Hogg, a 29-year U.S. Army Special Operation Combat Veteran with 13 combat deployments between Iraq and Afghanistan.

The morning session focused on increasing efficiency when drawing from a holster and changing magazines, both with dry fire and live rounds. The afternoon session included exercises intended to simulate shooting under duress and also covered first responder medical skills such as how to stop a bleeding wound and apply a tourniquet. Check out this quick rundown of the day’s drills to see just how hard they trained and pushed each other: