CR&PC Members at the 2009 Inauguration
The week of the 2009 Presidential Inauguration, several CR&PC members participated in high profile assignments providing secure transportation and support services to key VIPs involved in the events.
Peter Harlick, Vice President of Global Security Associates with operations in New York and Washington DC, commanded the mission along with the GSA Special Operations Team.
CR&PC Club members Peter Harlick, Glen Moody and Capt. Richard Pickard were all involved in this successful mission.
Glen Moody in particular drew a "Who's Who" group for which he was responsible: Elizabeth Alexander, Poet (One of three speakers at the Inauguration), Clifford Alexander (First African-American US Secretary of the Army), Mark Alexander (Senior Adviser and Transition Team Member to President Obama), Marshall McKay (Tribal Chairman Rumsey Band of Wintun Indians) and finally The famous Tuskegee Airmen (The first African-American Pilots in the US Army Air Corp with highly distinguished records).
See live video of Inauguration VIP Protection taken by Glen Moody en route:
The following assignments were performed by Glen Moody (Special Operations Division) of Global Security Associates and Global Security Elite. GSA services range from counter-terrorism and asset protection to special event security and VIP protection.
William McGuire, President and Peter Harlick, Vice President along with the Command Officers with the Special Opertations team commanded the mission...
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CRPC Free Handgun Class Mentioned on Fox News Charlotte
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CRPC Member wins M1 Garand Match
Christopher Roberts of Charlotte, North Carolina - A CRPC Member wins M1 Garand Match Held at Camp Perry firing a 292-6X in the three stage event. Roberts shot a 99-3X, a 99-2X and 94-1X in prone slow fire, prone rapid fire and standing slow fire, respectively to win the match.
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CHARLOTTE RESIDENTS FIGHTING BACK
You've seen them march to City Hall and heard the cries for justice.
But just how serious are Charlotteans' threats to take the law into their own hands to protect themselves?
We found out they do mean business...
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CYSTIC FIBROSIS 2nd ANNUAL SHOOT FOR THE CURE
On Friday, October 12, 2007, the Charlotte Rifle & Pistol Club, SHOTGUN PROGRAM, hosted our 2nd annual Cystic Fibrosis Shoot for the Cure. The weather was perfect and the event could not have gone any smoother. Corporate sponsers and participants included HEARST Service Center, INFINITY PARTNERS, EnPro Industries, Solvay Pharmaceuticals, RT Dooley, Concrete Supply Co., IBM, Insite Engineering, Mayer- Brown - Rowe and Maw, and Verizon Business. Duncan' Donuts and Bojangles' provided breakfast and coffee, and a BBQ lunch was provided by the CF folks. Huge trays of different wings were provided by Hugh & Elaine Stone from Vinny's Raw Bar. Cakes, cookies and muffins were home made by Janet Rubin. Raffle prize gift certificates were donated by McCormick & Schmicks, Jersey Mike's and Good Ol' Days Restaurant.
The shooting started at 9:30 AM and ended at 3:00 PM. There were team awards, Individual awards based on a Lewis Class System and a Top Gun award. Our staff of Club Volunteers kept everything safe and fun. With a little instruction and encouragement from our guy's the shooters had a great time breaking clay's. The 5-Stand had a Puffer Target shoot which got participants extra raffle tickets. This went on all daylong!
At the end of the day $33,000.00 was raised. WOW! The CF Foundation spends only 10% on expenses, which means 90% of all funds raised are used for the intended purpose of research and patient needs. Our volunteer Club Members made this happen. Elaine Stone handled Score Board. The rest of the volunteers pulled and scored targets reloaded the houses and did house keeping. I thank each and every one of you for donating your time. By the end of the day we were all beat, but upon following up with you all, everyone said it was worth the effort.
Thank you Elaine & Hugh Stone, Lindy Sanders, Dave Eggert, John Fenley, Mason Alexander, Alan Riter, Chuck Willis, Jerry Lapple, George Pittelko, Meridith Burt, Sean Collinsworth, Chuck Phillip.
Director of Shotgun Programs