Firearms Training Legend, Wes Doss, Suffers Stroke & Needs Our Help ~ VIDEO

High Speed Gear Brings on Wes Doss of Khyber Training
Wes Doss of Khyber Training

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)-Wes Doss is an amazing man. Wes has dedicated his life to helping others by keeping them safe as a soldier and a law enforcement officer and assisting them in reaching their goals as a firearms instructor.

Wes has spent over 30 years in the military and criminal justice fields. Wes enlisted in the Army and served 21 years on active and reserve duty. He is a veteran of Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and the military action in the Yugoslavia territory. He served his country with honor and pride by holding instructor certifications from the U.S. Army, the U.S. Marine Corps, FEMA, and the Department of State. He also has firearms instructor certifications from Arizona POST, the Smith & Wesson Academy, the Sig Sauer Academy, and NRA LEAD.

Wes also worked for the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona as a deputy. He ran the department’s firearms training unit and the agency’s tactical team. His primary goal was to train officers to be able to protect themselves and others in the community better. His high level of training earned praise from the students and agency heads alike.

After years serving his country as a soldier and a law enforcement officer, Wes founded Khyber Interactive Associates LLC to help train military, law enforcement, and average everyday citizens in practical and effective firearms tactics. The company also runs situation analysis for the military and law enforcement communities. They also consult with clients to help them achieve their operational goals.

Wes is also an acclaimed author. He wrote two books. His first book, Train to Win, is an in-depth study of the application of force and a highly coveted training book. It highlights the mistakes that operators make in training that directly leads to death or injuries. In his second book, Condition to Win: Dynamic Techniques for Performance Oriented Mental Conditioning, Wes used his Ph.D. in psychology to high light the importance of mental conditioning to help the reader reach their goals.

Last month the dedicated husband and father of two daughters suffered a significant stroke.

The stroke hospitalized Wes in Las Vegas. Since the stroke, the proud member of the gun community has gone under two brain surgeries. His condition has worsened, and he is currently in a coma and on life support.

His family has been struggling to take care of each other while remaining steadfast at the bedside of Wes. His wife, Hyechong, is facing an unknown future and skyrocketing medical bills. Wes has always been there for people in the 2A community, and now this warrior now needs our help.

AmmoLand News is asking other members of the 2A community to come together and help out the family of Wes. The gun community is more than just a collection of people. We are a family, and when one of us is in need, we respond. A “gofundme” has been set up to help pay medical costs and expenses for the family of Wes. With your help, we can make the situation a little bit better for Hyechong and her two daughters.

Readers can help Wes by making a donation at www.gofundme.com/f/stand-strong-with-wes-doss


About John CrumpJohn Crump

John is a NRA instructor and a constitutional activist. He is the former CEO of Veritas Firearms, LLC and is the co-host of The Patriot News Podcast which can be found at www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnews. John has written extensively on the patriot movement including 3%'ers, Oath Keepers, and Militias. In addition to the Patriot movement, John has written about firearms, interviewed people of all walks of life, and on the Constitution. John lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and sons and is currently working on a book on leftist deplatforming methods and can be followed on Twitter at @crumpyss, on Facebook at realjohncrump, or at www.crumpy.com.

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Graystone
Graystone
5 months ago

Duke, LFD, Rattler I don’t know Wes, but I wonder if this was a story about all the things Wes is & has been involved in, what he has done, his LEO & military career, training others, etc. etc., would your posts be as critical, negative & harsh?! It’s easy to bash someone when they’re down but it takes grace to prop them up when they need it. Question: if you didn’t know his present status & knew he was in need of a 6 would you turn your back & say “Nope”? “Greater love has no one than this,… Read more »

F Riehl, Editor in Chief
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Please be respectful. Wes, has been critically hospitalized since January and remains in a coma. His wife and daughters have been doing their best to keep it together. Our community is better than that. Please pray for and support Wes any way you can.

Duke
Duke
5 months ago

WOW, reading the comments here is pathetic! All of you sound like insensitive jealous [email protected]!

Graystone
Graystone
5 months ago
Reply to  Duke

My apology, Duke
I didn’t mean to imply that you are insensitive. I agree with you that some posts sound like they are from insensitive jealous “jerks”.

late for supper
late for supper
5 months ago

WTF? If he really is a 21 year year Vet, he has Tricare to pay for his his med costs AND can use the Veterans Administration to do any service connected care. Asking for help kinda tells me there are questions here.

Cea
Cea
5 months ago

Well, maybe he has other bills and needs outside of medical. It is possible that he is unable to work.

Rattlerjake
Rattlerjake
5 months ago
Reply to  Cea

And yet he has a business where he trains law enforcement and military, so where is all of the money he has made? He also has a military retirement, and likely law enforcement retirement and possibly social security his wife can file for, and what did he do with the money from the books and the fees he charged the general public for their weapons “training”?. As a veteran (retired), he will not have excessive medical bills, nor will he have any funeral expenses if he passes. It’s one thing to ask for prayers and sympathy, but entirely another to… Read more »