Recent terrorist attacks and mass shootings are leading people to find ways to protect themselves when danger strikes. Here in middle Tennessee and worldwide: Krav Maga combat training is one way on the rise.
As a local fire fighter and paramedic, Brian Peters’ duty is to serve and protect.
Peters says , safety isn’t just the responsibility of those who serve our country, though. This weekend, he is teaching citizens to protect and fight back against attacks .
Joshua Sanders knows how to put out flames as a Franklin firefighter. Now, he’s learning how to extinguish another enemy like terrorism and…
“Increasing threats to law enforcement and public safety officials .There’s a potential that we may face people that want to do harm. As a citizen, husband and father, we want to be able to protect our families,” says Sanders.
The soon-to-be father is (continue reading at Fox17)