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James Yeager is CEO of Tactical Response which provides tactical concepts and training for everyday survival and practical preparation for real life scenarios.

 

In 2004 - 2005, he served on Protective Security Details in Baghdad, Iraq. His Team was responsible for the protection of the Iraqi Election Commissioners during the violent pre-election, election, and post election. His Team was also in charge of the physical security of their offices at the Interim Iraqi Government Building and we worked closely with the Gurkhan guard force there. Yeager’s duties as I.C. (on-site supervisor) included acting as a media liaison, coordinating the security force for the building (Contractors and Iraqi), coordinating with the security force for the compound (Global Risk and US Army), and coordinating with the two U.S. Army Force Protection groups for the area (82nd ABN). He also assisted with the planning, advances, coordination, and execution of the many meetings, plane rides, helicopter shuttles, conferences, and trips around turbulent Iraq that the commissions took to set up and complete the electoral process.

 

Before this, he worked as a Patrolman and K-9 handler for the Big Sandy Police Department. Later, he was asked to be the Chief of Police. It was during this time he trained and led the County’s first Tactical Team.

 

James Yeager worked with various Drug Task Force units as well as many local Departments’ Narcotics squads buying and selling illegal narcotics in an undercover capacity. He specialized in deep cover operations, used fictitious names, and moved frequently. The agencies he worked for included, but were not limited to, the 24th Drug Task Force, 23rd D.T.F., 27th D.T.F., Paris Police Department, the Henry County Sheriff’s Department, and the DEA. He made hundreds narcotics buys and sales during this period and still continues to work in short duration operations as needed.

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