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Bobby Inman

Six: A Review

March 23, 2017

The History Channel recently released a Television Show called “Six.”     The series chronicles the Operations and daily lives of Operators who are part of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU), more commonly known as SEAL Team Six, which is one of the U.S. Armed Forces primary counter-terrorism units. First, let’s get some information about the real Seal […]


Federal Signal Stinger Spike Instructor Course

March 15, 2017

  I believe the year was 2005.  I was working at the University of North Alabama Police Department, assigned to the North Alabama Law Enforcement Training Center.  NALETC was a program that conducted Advanced L.E. Enforcement Training to Officers throughout the United States.  We had an Officer from Brussels attended a Course once at UNA. […]


Police Work: Then and Now: Part 2

March 1, 2017

As most of you know, I retired with 21 years of Law Enforcement Service on November 1st of 2016.    Just before my retirement, Steve Wiggins of the Quad Cities Daily approached me with the idea of writing some articles with a Law Enforcement Theme.  He said that with my experience that I could write from […]


‘Nikita: A Tale of the Ring and Redemption’: A Book Review

February 20, 2017

  It is no secret that I am a “Rasslin’ fan.  Not this Sports Entertainment that is on TV these days.  I am talking Wrestling from the 70s, 80s, 90s and I will even say to the early 2000s.  I have written a prior article last year with my thoughts on this business.  I have […]


Pigeon Forge Trip Part 2

February 9, 2017

Last month I went to Pigeon Forge for a “Business Trip”.  I wrote an article about several restaurants that I had visited that was published here on the Quad Cities Daily.   This past week, I had to go to Chattanooga for business, so I figured that I would just go on to Pigeon Forge and […]


Beretta Goes to College

February 4, 2017

  I believe the year was 2005.  I was working at the University of North Alabama Police Department, assigned to the North Alabama Law Enforcement Training Center.  NALETC was a program that conducted Advanced L.E. Enforcement Training to Officers throughout the United States.  We had an Officer from Brussels attended a Course once at UNA. […]


What can keep you from getting a gun

January 30, 2017

Last year, I wrote several articles on Personal Defense, such as how to pick the handgun for you, Pepper Spray, etc.  I thought I would change the format a little for this article.  I am going to look at what can keep you from getting a gun.  I have this question asked to me just […]


Police Work: Then and Now

January 19, 2017

As most of you know, I retired with 21 years of Law Enforcement Service on November 1st of 2016.    Just before my retirement, Steve Wiggins of the Quad Cities Daily approached me with the idea of writing some articles with a Law Enforcement Theme.  He said that with my experience that I could write from […]


Pigeon Forge 2016….Hot Tubs…Fun…And Food!

January 10, 2017

I recently went to Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg the last week of December for my yearly vacation.  I am glad to say that the area is recovering from the fires that roared throughout the region a couple of months ago.  Of course, the rebuild is slow, but people were in good spirits and construction was coming along. […]


R.I.P.: 2016

January 3, 2017

The year 2016 is over.  Some say it was a good year, some say it was a bad year.    Either way, we lost several Celebrities, Athletes, Entertainers, and some people that shaped the world today.  It is always sad to loose someone.  It seems like 2016 had it share more than usual.  Below is a […]


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