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Owner and Chief Instructor

Phone: (540) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: p***@***.com
Practical Firearms Training
6111 Kanawha Trail
Covington, Virginia 24426
United States

Company Description: Practical Firearms Training sets the industry standand for firearms instruction with courses for defensive pistol, tactical rifle, precision rifle, and shotgun.
Background

Employment History

  • Owner and Main Instructor
    Practical Firearms Training institute
  • Intelligence and Special Operations Officer
    U.S. Marine Corps
  • Weapons and Tactics Instructor
    U.S. Marine Corps
  • Security Consultant
    U.S. Marine Corps
  • Executive Vice President and Director of Security Operations
    Arc3 Corporation
  • Owner
    PFT , LLC
  • Training Consultant
    PFT , LLC
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Practical Firearms Training in Montana
www.pgpft.com, 5 Dec 2013 [cached]
Pat Goodale
Pat Goodale, the owner and chief instructor of PFT, is a professional firearms instructor and consultant with more than 35 years of experience.
News : Tom Gresham's Gun Talk Radio Show : High Powered Talk Radio
www.guntalk.com, 9 May 2011 [cached]
Pat Goodale is the owner and main instructor at the Practical Firearms Training institute in Alderson, West Virginia. With over 35 years of experience, Goodale discusses the different programs offered at PFT, as well as why training is so important to all levels of shooters.
Pat ...
www.pgpft.com, 16 May 2011 [cached]
Pat Goodale
Pat Goodale, the owner and chief instructor of PFT, is a professional firearms instructor and consultant with more than 35 years of experience.
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Pat Goodale, the owner and chief instructor of PFT, is a professional firearms instructor and consultant with more than 35 years of experience.
Pat Goodale
Pat served for 22 years in the U.S. Marine Corps as an Intelligence and Special Operations Officer, and as a Weapons and Tactics Instructor. Since leaving the Marine Corps, Pat has worked extensively in the tactical training, security and personal protection fields for a number of international companies. His experience as an instructor covers the entire spectrum of modern small arms. He has developed programs of instruction, courses of fire, scenarios and training programs for Law Enforcement and Special Operations Forces and provided training and direct operational support for Law Enforcement, Military and Intelligence units, Foreign Governments, Heads of State, and Private Corporate clients.
Pat conducts a variety of citizen, law enforcement, and military firearms training programs at various locations nationwide, and serves as a consultant specializing in executive, corporate security and risk assessment.
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In addition, Goodale is a:
If Monday's events seemed far ...
www.register-herald.com, 31 July 2007 [cached]
If Monday's events seemed far too real for comfort, that was the point, said world-renowned professional training and security consultant Pat Goodale, who supervised the endeavor.After the dramatic dust settled, the role players and emergency responders assembled one last time in a lecture hall to determine the day's successes and glitches.
Goodale, a 22-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps with 35 years of experience as a security consultant, asked the participants to split into three groups - firefighters/paramedics, police officers and WVSOM staff - to do internal critiques of their performances.
"Imagine if you had half of this room filled with casualties," Goodale asked of the estimated 220 participants, adding that local emergency crews were overwhelmed by sheer numbers at Virginia Tech three months ago.Some ambulances in that situation were called from as far away as 75 miles, he said.A professor who participated in Monday's exercise explained that he immediately secured the room, turned off the lights and closed the blinds when he heard the first shots.
"It's all right to conscript people," Goodale noted, informing police officers that they do have the option of drafting spectators or passers-by in such situations if they are needed.Illustrating why radio signals were not used by responders in the drill, he advised school staff to conduct a follow-up session at a later date informing students and faculty of the risk of cell phone signals in crises where IEDs could be inadvertently activated by them.
Goodale also pointed out that firefighters, paramedics and law enforcement officials chose a stealth - rather than an overt - approach to the incident, leaving their sirens off as they pulled up to the beleaguered building.
"It went very well.The purpose is to self-assess in a candid manner.I am very pleased with what I see across the board," Goodale said afterward.
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The last step, said Goodale, is intended to reduce the risks brought to light by both Monday's exercise and the tactical survey.
"If you have a lock that doesn't lock, get a lock that locks," he explained.
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Monday's drill was preceded by a two-part seminar hosted by Goodale.Seminar participants - primarily WVSOM faculty and staff, local law enforcement officers, and business owners with large numbers of employees - were treated to Goodale's expertise.
The three-part event was billed as a "Community Response to an Active Shooter."The first two phases consisted of seminars conducted by Goodale, with the first part consisting of a lecture in which Goodale discussed incidents that have taken place elsewhere, how they were resolved, and what sort of pre-incident planning was undertaken.He also spoke of lessons learned from those episodes.
Part Two was geared toward law enforcement officers and other first-responders.Goodale educated those in attendance on how to assess a business or school for likely points of entry, exterior orientation, and where the weak links in security may exist.
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Goodale's Web site is www.pgpft.com.His office, based in Covington, Va., may be reached by phone at 540-559-4151 or e-mail at pgoodale@ pgpft.com.
| J.J. Keller Associates, Inc. |
www.jjkeller.com, 23 Dec 2001 [cached]
The Bioterrorism: Biological and Chemical Agents Emergency Response Guide was developed by Dr. Karan Singh, Tom Jacques, and Pat Goodale.
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Pat Goodale is an acknowledged expert in the fields of security, counter-terrorism, intelligence gathering, military special operations, and weapons and tactics, with more than 30 years of professional experience.He is currently the Executive Vice President and Director of Security Operations for ARC3, a company specializing in infrastructure security and risk reduction.
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., of Neenah, WI, is a leading specialized publisher and services provider.Founded in 1953, the company offers a wide spectrum of ready-made and custom safety and regulatory compliance products to customers throughout North America.Keller helps customers in industries such as transportation, manufacturing, utility, construction, and food processing comply with OSHA, EPA, DOT, FDA, and USDA requirements.The company's diverse product line includes technical publications; computer software; video-based, online and CD-ROM training programs; specialized forms; and supplies.
Keller also provides safety consulting, on-site training and a variety of transportation services, including licensing, permitting, fuel tax reporting and driver log auditing.
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