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Memorial Day is a time when we come together as a nation to honor and remember the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. As we reflect on this solemn occasion, the Active Shooter Prevention Project (ASPP) joins the nation in paying tribute to those who gave their lives in the line of duty. Today, we take a moment to remember and honor our fallen heroes who have contributed to the mission of creating a safer future.

While our fallen heroes are no longer with us, their legacy continues to inspire and guide us in our mission. Their sacrifices serve as a constant reminder of the importance of our work and the urgency of preventing active shooter and domestic terrorism incidents. We carry their memory in our hearts and strive to honor them through our ongoing efforts to make a positive difference.

On this Memorial Day, all of us at ASPP stand together in remembrance, gratitude, and solidarity. We take this moment to express our deepest respect and appreciation for the fallen heroes who have touched our lives. Their names may be etched in memorials, but their spirits live on through the impact they made and the lives they saved.

As we remember our fallen soldiers, let us not forget the purpose for which they served. Their sacrifices propel us to continue our vital work in and creating safer environments for all. We are inspired by their example and remain steadfast in our resolve to make a difference.

Let us come together as a company and as a nation to remember and honor our fallen heroes. May we express our gratitude to them by carrying forward their legacy, by working tirelessly to prevent tragedies, and by fostering a culture of safety, resilience, and unity. May their memory serve as a guiding light as we continue our mission to prevent active shooter incidents and protect our communities.

Their sacrifice must never be forgotten.

Active Shooter Prevention Project Community Advisors

Chris Grollnek, Greg Shaffer, Chuck Savickis, Glenn Norling, Mike Messenger, Ara Bagdasarian, Rick Shaw, Michael & Rebecca Rush, Daryl Parkerk, Tod Langley, Scott Hyderkhan, Melvin Dugger, Kim Marsh, Ty Hewer, Justin Partidge, and Aaron Witt

Call to Action

If you are interested in becoming part of the Active Shooter Prevention Project team, we encourage you to reach out. As an organization dedicated to preventing active shooter incidents in schools and other public places, we welcome new technologies, new minds, and collaboration to help us achieve our mission.

We offer ‘best in class’ active shooter prevention programs for schools, government, and businesses that have been developed by the nation’s elite experts from the highest levels of government, military, SWAT, law enforcement, psychology, and technology. These programs provide comprehensive training and support to help identify and respond to potential threats before they escalate.

If you would like to learn more about our organization, our programs, or how you can get involved, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you and working together to create safer communities for all.

Chris Grollnek
Active Shooter Prevention Expert
Principal Active Shooter Prevention Project

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