Aimpoint Joins Forces with Tatiana Whitlock

Tatiana Whitlock
Tatiana Whitlock

Manassas, VA –-( Aimpoint, the worldwide leader in reflex sight technology, is proud to announce their new brand ambassador Tatiana Whitlock.

She is a nationally recognized firearms instructor, martial arts practitioner, and subject matter expert writer for many firearms related publications. Tatiana has a powerful presence and influential voice in the firearms education and defensive training industry. Mother of two, she is a proud member of the NRA and is heavily involved in the NRA New Energy program of the NRA Women's Network.

“Aimpoint sights are ‘Always Ready' and ‘Always On,' and I can't think of a better way to describe Tatiana,” said Andrea Cerwinske, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for Aimpoint Inc. “She is an expert in so many different practices, a powerhouse in our industry.”

Tatiana Whitlock Headshot
Nationally Recognized Firearms Instructor – Tatiana Whitlock

Tatiana is a firearms and defensive tactics instructor who enjoys working with men, women, and youth from all walks of life. She built her career around providing the proper tools, techniques, and knowledge to her clients in order be safe and confident in a world that sometimes isn't. Not only does Tatiana teach all over the country, she also takes every opportunity to continue her own training with the best firearms and tactics instructors in the industry. She is a featured instructor on NRATV's NRA Women, Tips & Tactics, and NRA New Energy, as well as Trigger Time TV and Panteao Productions.

“I am excited to join the Aimpoint team,” said Tatiana Whitlock. “Representing such high-quality optics and a company with exceptional service and corporate culture is a great honor. I look forward to introducing more students and firearm owners to the Aimpoint product line for hunting, personal defense, and range work.”

About Tatiana Whitlock

Tatiana's journey into the world of firearms began six years ago after participating in her first shooting class, an NRA Women on Target clinic. She immediately left a career in plastics manufacturing & industrial design to pursue an immersive education in firearms with a focus on self and home defense. She is the Director of Training at Howell's Gun Shop in Gray Maine, COO of GAT Marketing, and on the product design team at G-Code Holsters. Tatiana offers training programs across the country for beginner and intermediate level students looking to build a foundation of skills for home and self-defense.

About Aimpoint Inc.

Aimpoint produces a complete line of high quality reflex sights for use by military, law enforcement, hunters, and sport shooters. The company also produces electronic fire control systems for use on crew-served weapons. For more information on Aimpoint products, please visit the company's webpage:

  • 16 thoughts on “Aimpoint Joins Forces with Tatiana Whitlock

    1. I was in an EAG class alongside Tatiana just over a year ago,
      I found her pleasant but barely functional as a shooter, she spent more time chumming up to the instructors
      than paying attention to range commands.
      I would find it amazing that her skill level would have improved to the point were a year later she could actually train other people with any type of credibility!
      This is a classic case of self promoted hype!!

    2. Don’t know her. But I do know that 99.99% of cops and 98% of special operations soldiers are near useless in terms of their abilities with small arms. So you guys gets lots of credit for placing your lives on the line for God, Country and Apple Pie, but that long tab on your shoulder doesn’t mean crap to me about your ability to shoot. Except that it tells me you will think you know how to…

      You don’t have to be SOFD-D to teach fundamental Marksmanship and basic tactical skills to beginners. You just have to be a talented instructor. And even most good shooters are not that, not even close.

      1. Think we know how? Lol
        Seems if your doing the job day in day out you know how. You know nothing from your safe job.
        She may very well be a great Instructor. Stay to that and leave the mall ninja gear off.

      2. @kevin Jimmerson. Gee KJ regarding your first paragraph, I’m not so sure about those percentages, but those shoulder tabs and AA and CIB badges mean something to me.
        Regarding your second paragraph, first sentence: OK.

    3. Another gun counter employee who fancies themselves a “tactical trainer”.

      Seems legit!

    4. Cute little thing, all dressed up in black, all the bells and whistles. Its owner is kind cute, too!

    5. Come on guys, I have seen her in TV and she seems to know a little bit about shooting a pistol. She looks good doing it and maybe she will convince some money sensitive wives to let thier hubby out out money for expensive aimpoints optics. Bet she shoots better than both of y’all 2 keyboard commandos

      1. You will lose that bet. Keyboard huh. lol I’ll put my service of military and LEO up against hers anytime. I’m a fighter not a range queen.
        You wanna be a trainer? Great. Stay in your lane and don’t pretend by gearing up.

      2. @Richard Cutie – Does 4 years in Military Special Ops and over 30 years as a LEO make me a “Keyboard Commando”?

    6. Wow all geared up tacticool and ready to teach. Where did you serve or with who did you serve? All it says is office work and martial arts in the article.

      1. @Matt in Ok – I’ll paraphrase the old adage – Some of those who can’t or won’t, instead teach or train. LOL

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