Aaron Cohen was hired to teach 30 deputies combat techniques.
He was part of the counter terrorist unit in Israel and shares his knowledge to other emergency responders.
Participants learned how to respond safely and effectively in a crowded area which could be the result of a terrorist attack.
“They need to be able to function under great deals of stress, be able to shoot very selectively and straight while having to work with a giant load of chemical being dumped into their blood, which will result in tunnel vision and audio exclusions so we are just trying to make the training as real as possible based in our experiences in combat, fighting terror in Israel." says Cohen Owner, IMS Counter Terror System
The training took place at the dale county firing range behind the dale county humane society.