Logistics and Armament
James Weygand is a retired Border Patrol Agent of 13 years. Eleven of those years, Mr. Weygand taught tactical defense techniques as a “Use of Force” instructor. The training included: hand to hand techniques, electronic control weapon (TASER) training, collapsible steel baton training, OC Spray and manual deflation device training as well as launched gas and explosive munitions. He has been a certified EMT for over a decade and has advanced training in the emergency medical field.
He has acquired and is permitted to teach Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS), Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and Wilderness EMT. He has done extensive rescue in austere (remote wilderness) environments extracting both medical and trauma patients. He enjoys working with Talon Tactical Medicine and passing on his knowledge to those who seek to learn and grow in as the tactical medical environment is ever-changing.
He values cross-training with all law enforcement and EMS/Fire communities to increase survival rate and better patient outcome. He and his family live in Tucson, Arizona.