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Elite Tactical Unit with Mykel Hawke

Elite Tactical Unit with Mykel Hawke

Elite Tactical Unit

Elite Tactical Unit

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Elite Tactical Unit is dedicated to all First Responders who race toward conflict and mayhem instead of running away from it.

These dedicated men and women of law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical teams are our first line of defense and protect us all.

We celebrate and thank them for their invaluable and selfless service.

Meet The Host: Mykel Hawke
A U.S. Army Special Forces “Green Beret” veteran with over 20 years of combined military, government contracting, and survival experience.

He is the creator and star of two hit Discovery Channel shows, Man, Woman, Wild and One Man Army.

Hawke is the bestselling author of a language book and two critically acclaimed survival manuals to include Hawke’s Special Forces Survival Handbook. Read Full Bio

Meet The Team Leaders

Terry Schappert
Green Beret Terry Schappert is currently in charge of an A team in the U.S. Army Special Forces and has been deployed on training and combat missions all over the world, working with both foreign military and police forces in many capacities during his 20 year career.

Adam Hamon
New Zealand special forces and owner of a company that specializes in world security consultation and protection, Adam Hamon brings decades of world-class military and civilian protection experience and training to his role as team leader in Outdoor Channel’s Elite Tactical Unit in 2013.

Meet The Competitors

Karen Bartuch
Karen has been in law enforcement since 2002 working a variety of assignments including patrol, gang and tactical teams, undercover operations, policy advisor to the superintendent and intelligence and counter-terrorism.

Lance Zaleski
Lance started his LEO career in 1999 as a Patrol Officer for Canastota Police Department in Canastota NY. In April 2000 he became a member of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division.

Karen Bartuch
Karen has been in law enforcement since 2002 working a variety of assignments including patrol, gang and tactical teams, undercover operations, policy advisor to the superintendent and intelligence and counter-terrorism.

Steve Gordon
Steve was born and raised in Los Angeles and attended Granada Hills high school. He joined the LAPD in 1988.

Mike Kotowski
Michael is a Sergeant with the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office, Training Section. He is also a SWAT Team Assistant Entry Team Leader.

Scott McDonnold
Scott has been a member of the Dallas Police Dept. since 1997. He was assigned to the Southeast patrol division. After 7 years in patrol he transferred to the department’s SWAT team.

DJ Merrill
DJ started his law enforcement career in 2002 with the Kansas City, MO Police Dept. In October 2006, he became a member of the Street Crimes Unit Tactical Enforcement Squad.

Chancey Pogue
Chancey started his career in 1999 with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division in Huntsville Texas. He worked at the Estelle High Security and Eastham Units for 4 years before joining the Fort Worth Police Department in 2002.

Neil Welch
Neil started his career as a police officer with the Atlanta Police Department in 2001. He is a four year member of the SWAT Team, where he specializes as a bomb technician and in the deployment of chemical agents and less lethal munitions.

Jeremy Borchardt
Jeremy has been a Dallas Police officer since August 1999. Jeremy has worked in patrol, as a rifle instructor at the firearms training center and an undercover narcotics detective.

Bonner Burton
Bonner started his LEO career as a jail officer in Gainesville, GA in August of 1996. In September 2003, he became a member of Hall County Sheriff’s Office’s SWAT Team.

Tony Caspers
Tony started his law enforcement career in 1991 with the Minneapolis Police Department. Tony is currently assigned as a full time SWAT officer in the Special Operations Division and has been on the SWAT team for 19 years.

Curtis Coppinger
Curtis is a Sergeant with Kansas City Missouri Police Dept. He began career in law enforcement in August of 2002 with KCMOPD. Received a bachelors degree in Criminal Justice from Benedictine College.

Greg Jones
Greg started his LEO career as a Patrol Officer in 1998 in his hometown, after serving in the US Marine Corps. In August 2004, he was accepted as member of the SWAT Unit.

Blair Rockwell
Rock started his Law Enforcement Tactical experience in 1984 on the US Army’s SRT team. Over the next 30 years his career in Tactical Operations included 20+ years on a full time civilian Police SWAT Team, and working and instructing in Close Protection and Tactical OPs.

Lance Zaleski
Lance started his LEO career in 1999 as a Patrol Officer for Canastota Police Department in Canastota NY. In April 2000 he became a member of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division.

Karen Bartuch
Karen has been in law enforcement since 2002 working a variety of assignments including patrol, gang and tactical teams, undercover operations, policy advisor to the superintendent and intelligence and counter-terrorism.

Lance Zaleski
Lance started his LEO career in 1999 as a Patrol Officer for Canastota Police Department in Canastota NY. In April 2000 he became a member of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division.

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