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ABOUT EJ OWENS EJ Owens proudly served his country for 14 years in the U.S. Army and Army National Guard, as an enlisted combat medic (91W) and a commissioned officer [Infantry – 11A]. EJ is a U.S. Army Hand-to-Hand Combatives Instructor, a Close Quarters Battle Instructor, and was selected for Executive Protection duties for various government officials during war time.
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  1. Many people don't think of angles because their training happens exclusively at a static range. There is no opportunity to change angles, therefore it becomes a non-issue.. Your suggestion to train by consciously looking for angles in our everyday moments is great, and if people will add in defense classes that include movement, it will open their eyes even further to the importance of angles. Thanks E.J.. for all that you do. Keep up the great work!

  2. Excellent things to think about. All of us need to think in angles and most importantly path of destruction. Constantly being aware that the bullet can destroy whatever is between you and the intended target and beyond. The actual act of pressing the trigger is just a very small part of the things one must consider in the moment that will change the lives of all involved. I look forward to Monday Mindset, good things to make us think.. Keep up the good work E. J. and may God be with you.

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