Firearms and Communications Specialist
Phil Davis is a former United States Marine and a native of Tucson, Arizona. He received his EMT certification in California in 1999 and worked with AMR in Orange and LA Counties for several years. He continued his training in trauma and tactical medicine for five years and is certified as a pre-hospital trauma life support provider (PHTLS). Mr. Davis is certified as a Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC/TECC) instructor and basic life support provider, as well as an American Heart Association CPR instructor. He has trained with and volunteered for the Southern Arizona Rescue Association for two years. As a licensed amateur radio operator, he currently works for a local public safety agency as a radio technician. His communication experience includes municipal radio systems, interoperability, ham repeaters, and public-use radios and emergency communications. Phil is a certified advanced NRA Firearm’s instructor and Range Safety Officer. He played a key role in the development of TTM CCW course curriculum and force on force scenarios. Additionally, he helped develop the TTM advanced Individual First Aid Kit used during bleeding control courses (BCON). Mr. Davis spends much of his free time mentoring middle and high school aged kids who aspire to go into Law Enforcement and Emergency Medical Services. Mr. Davis finds great satisfaction in traveling across the United States, entering his group of kids in national competitions. One of Phil’s hobbies is brewing homemade beer for sharing and spending time with his family.