Pulse O2DA Firearms Training, Inc. to Change Name, Expand Business

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CHICAGO, Ill. -(Ammoland.com)- Pulse O2DA Firearms Training, Inc. (Pulse O2DA) announced today that it is changing its name to Distributed Security, Inc. (DSI).

The name change reflects the growing portfolio of services offered by Pulse O2DA and the evolving nature of its mission. Since its founding in October 2010, the firm has developed an integrated offering of on-range, on-line and on-site training packages for individual, home, business, and community defense.

The firm has grown to become one of the world’s most comprehensive tactical training resources.

“Distributed Security, Inc. more accurately reflects our company’s turnkey, decentralized approach to private security,” said Bill Tallen, vice president tactical operations.

Coinciding with the name change, the firm is launching a new security offering, called Private Defense Networks.

The new distributed security strategy will enable businesses to develop private defense bases and operate private security forces capable of defending life and property.

DSI offers clients a turnkey package of services, including infrastructure, training, provisioning, and outsourcing.

The name change will gradually take effect throughout 2017. Existing Pulse O2DA brand names will be retained on various training offerings.

For more information, visit the new DSI website.

 

About Pulse O2DA:

Pulse O2DA is a private security firm training and mobilizing individuals, teams and units to defend life and property. The firm was founded by Ron Danielowski, a former active duty Marine and security consultant operating in the Middle East, and Mike Smock, a competitive strategist and expert on maneuver theory.

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Mike Murray
Mike Murray
3 years ago

No matter what it’s called, this is a great organization. Their force-on-force Combative Firearms Training is stellar. I’ve taken more than a dozen classes and shooting schools, and nothing was as tactically challenging as their sim-round UTM training. If you’ve never experienced Bodily Alarm Reaction before, you will in their Combatives course. It’s the proverbial two-way shooting range, except without the need for EMT’s and medivac. Adrenalin is a powerful training tool.

Mike Murray
Mike Murray
3 years ago
Reply to  Mike Murray

It was such good training I had to post it twice!

Mike Murray
Mike Murray
3 years ago

This is a great organization. The training is stellar, particularly the force-on-force combative firearms training. I’ve taken more than a dozen classes and shooting schools, and nothing was as tactically challenging as their sim-round UTM training. Never experienced Bodily Alarm Reaction? You will in their classes! It’s the proverbial two-way range but without EMT’s. Adrenalin, pain, and (maybe) a few band-aids are powerful training tools.