Ever year as a LEO in Louisiana, and many other states, Officers are required to receive so many hours of training. This was my last year, because I retire next August. Each year I have inservice training during my birthday month which takes up four days.Two days are spent at the range for firearms training, the other two cover medical, and other topics. The two days at the range are a blast. On day one we re-qualified on the Louisiana POST Pistol Course. Here’s a link to the post I did on the LA. POST course. https://www.thehighroad.org/index.php?threads/louisiana-post-pistol-course.844164/ This year I only shot a 114 out of a 120. It’s getting harder to to shoot with the nerve damage in my right shoulder, but I still out shoot a good many officers on my department. We were on the range and shooting in less then an hour of our day starting. After shooting POST, patrol rifle and shotgun re-qual was done. Then the fun started. The rest of the day we used SIM guns. We did firing position, prone right and left, kneeling and from on our back. We fired from each position several times, moving from one position to the next on command. We also did shooting and movement with a partner. We then finished off the day in the shoot house, clearing rooms in shoot, don’t shoot scenarios. I didn’t get pics of us shooting, just to busy. Today was fighting from vehicles. How to use the vehicles pillars for cover. Using the different firing positions and shooting with and without a partner. Here’s my old zone partner. We have been doing inservice training together for the last 14 years. Here I am, with another officer using the vehicle pillars as cover as we engage targets and change positions on command. I’m really going to miss training with my brothers and sisters.