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Desert Rifle II – Dec 11-12, 2010

Prerequisites: Warriorschool Desert Rifle I

Desert environments present an almost constant opportunity for extended range combat engagements. Increasingly, combat troops, law enforcement officers and even hunters are finding themselves in situations that strain their shooting capabilities. Warriorschool’s Desert Rifle II expands the student’s knowledge base and extends the maximum effective range of both shooter and weapon in a desert environment to 1000 yards. Students will be given classroom and live fire training on the fundamentals of long range shooting over two days of instruction.

•    Long Range Ballistics
•    Spotter and Shooter Duties
•    Elevation and Windage Holdoffs
•    Mil Dot Ranging
•    Weapons Zero from 100 to 1000 yds
•    Follow Up Shots
•    Establishment of Dope Over Known Distances
•    Rifle and Equipment Painting
•    Long Range Stressfire Scenario

Cost: $375 for the two day package, $200 per single day
Paid registration is required four days in advance for background checks

Equipment: Zeroed, accurized rifle (1moa or better), bipod, sand socks and shooting sling; high quality scope that can be adjusted to shoot out to 1000 yards; 350 rds of ammo should be match grade or tactical ammo designed for precision shooting; hand held solar power calculator added to the equipment list as well as a couple of mechanical .7 pencils.  All high-power rifle calibers welcome. 5.56 mm ammo must be 65gr or above. Spotting scope, range finder and shooting matt are optional but recommended.

Location: Marana, AZ (map will be provided with registration)

Contact: or 520-241-7690

About the Instructor: SSG Michael Kase was a sniper in the 3rd Ranger battalion. Additionally he was a sniper, observer, sniper team leader, and sniper instructor. He has been deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq.  He attended the US Army sniper school, Marine high angle sniper course, SOTIC (Special Operations Target Interdiction Course), US Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU), and the Long Range Sniper Course.

Now this is a poster…


Happy Thanksgiving

We at Warriorschool wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!

-Jeff Prather, Founder

E-Mail I Recently Received

Thank you gentlemen for your service and continued service to others. It has been an honor to have you gentlemen and men of honor in my life. May the spirit of your service and sacrifice not be forgotten by future generations but remembered and passed along so that freedom and liberty will always be alive for the children of future generations. Once again, Thank You!

Please send this message to those men and women of courage and honor that you know that I may thank them as well.




Jeff Prather War Bowie

The Prather War Bowie’s blade is a massive 7 ¼ inches long and a nearly
unbreakable ¼ inch thick, and the blade is purposefully wider than others
to create a more devastating wound channel. The overall length is 12 5/8
inches, allowing a generous grip that accommodates large or gloved hands.
And whether the operator’s hands are bloody or frozen, Top’s Knives’s
patented micarta Rocky Mountain tread grip slab handles offers the ideal
combat hold.

The War Bowie’s classic sweep and forward balance point naturally,
facilitating cutting and chopping. The unique dropped blade forms an
integral safety guard that makes it impossible for the operator’s fingers
to accidentally slide forward and be cut while stabbing with forward or
reverse grips.

Thumb grooves on the spine add extra control for fine cuts. A sharpening
groove at the base of the edge eases sharpening in the field. The Prather
War Bowie’s false edge delivers superior penetration when thrusting.The
War Bowie comes with a custom black nylon tactical sheath, featuring a
sharpening stone pocket, plus a free Lansky sharpener and emergency whistle!
The War Bowie was designed by former 7th Special Forces, DEA Special Agent,
DIA Intelligence Officer, and Bujinkan martial arts master Jeff Prather.
Jeff also founded Warriorschool, a tactical training academy that
specializes in preparing discreet government agencies and specialized
military units for hostile overseas environments.

The War Bowie is Jeff’s ideal blade design based on his twenty five years
of real world experience both here and abroad. The Prather War Bowie – by
warriors for warriors!


OAL: 12 5/8?
STEEL: 1095 High Carbon Alloy RC 58
HANDLE: Matt Linen Micarta with Rocky Mountain Tread
SCREWS: Stainless steel
SHEATH: Black Ballistic Nylon with Hard Insert, Molle Compatible
WEIGHT: Without Sheath .90 LB. With Sheath 1.20 LBS

Sgt. Giunta Awarded Medal of Honor at White House Tuesday

Army Staff Sgt. Salvatore Giunta was awarded the Medal of Honor today.
Giunta is the first soldier since Vietnam to be alive for the award
ceremony. The eight other award recipients from the Afghanistan and Iraq
wars all died from combat …

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Largest Five Day Government Course Completed

Warriorschool's largest five day government course ever

The Warriorschool staff just completed their largest five day government course ever. Congratulations! And our prayers that everyone comes home safe.

- Jeffrey Prather, Warriorschool Founder

Happy Veterans Day

Happy Veterans Day, thanks for your service!

- Jeff Prather, Warriorschool Founder


The following are for your information; please share with any active duty military or veterans that you know.

Restaurant Freebies
• Applebee’s Restaurant – Free dinners to veterans throughout Veterans Day November 11th; selections will be from a new Veterans Day menu.
• Outback Steakhouse – Free Blooming Onion and beverage.
• Golden Corral- Free buffet dinner from 5-9 p.m. on Nov. 16 to anyone who has ever served in the U.S. military Staff.
• In celebration of Veterans Day (11 Nov 2010), Subway is showing its thanks with free six inch subs to all Veterans or Active Duty members.
• On Nov. 7, McCormick & Schmick’s restaurants will offer a free entree to military veterans for its 12th annual Veteran’s Appreciation Event. Menu picks include such seafood items as parmesan crusted tilapia, roasted cedar plank salmon and almond crusted rainbow trout. “Our Veterans Appreciation Event has become a tradition that our restaurants look forward to each year,” said Bill Freeman, CEO of McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants, in a statement. For more information:
·  Krispy Kreme – One free doughnut of any variety.
·  UNO Chicago Grill- Free entree or individual pizza with an entree or pizza purchase of equal or greater value.
·  Coushatta Casino Resort – The Louisiana casino and resort is offering a free seven-clans lunch or dinner buffet to veterans or active military.
·  MarketPlace Grill & Express – Veterans and active-duty military receive free entrees.
·  Masala Wok – The Northern Virginian restaurant is offering a free entree to veterans.
·  Hy-Vee supermarkets – The mid-western supermarket chain is offering a free breakfast to veterans.
·  Abuelo’s Mexican Food Restaurants – All veterans and active-duty military receive a free entree.
·  Carolina Burgers & BBQ – In Matthews, NC is offering a free meal to all service members and veterans.

Retail Freebies
• Brides Across America – Provides free wedding gowns to qualified military brides.
• Lowe’s & Home Depot – Extra 10% off to active-duty military members, National Guard and reserve members, retirees, honorably discharged veterans and immediate family members.
• Sam’s Club – Over 25,000 Hugo canes will be given away to U.S. veterans in need of mobility assistance. Membership is not required, but supplies are limited, so check with your local store.
· – Free “Veterans Day Honor” MP3 album download. The album includes 12 songs by The Bands and Ensembles of the U.S. Armed Forces.
·  Cabela’s Outdoor Store – Offers their employee discount to all veterans, active-duty military and reserves, law enforcement, fire and EMS personnel Nov. 11-12. Discounts vary from 5% to 50%, depending on the item.
·  Build-a-Bear Workshop – Members of the armed services including the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Reserve Officer Training Corps, will receive a 20% discount Nov. 11-15 on any one transaction at Build-A-Bear Workshop.
·  Dollar General – 10% discount for all veterans, active-duty military, National Guard and reserve and their immediate families.
·  Fashion Bug – 20% off all plus-size and misses clothing purchases with a copy of military ID or spouse’s military ID.
·  Entertainment Freebies
·  National parks, forests and monuments – Admission is free to everyone on Veterans Day.
·  Knott’s Berry Farm – Free park admission to U.S. armed forces personnel and a guest during Veteran’s Month, November 1-26.
·  Colonial Williamsburg – Free admission Nov. 6-11 for active-duty military, guard and reservists, retirees, veterans and their dependents.
·  San Jacinto Museum of History – Free visits to the Observation Deck, theatre, and special exhibit for veterans, active duty military personnel, and their families.
·  Historic Jamestown – Free admission to veterans, current Armed Forces members and their family members.
·  Battleship Cove – Free admission and a special ceremony for veterans, active, duty and reservists.
·  Vicksburg National Military Park – Free admission for all.
·  Birmingham Museum of Art – Free admission to the ticketed event “Life and Liberty” on Nov. 10-11 for veterans and active military.
·  Vulcan Park and Museum- In Birmingham, Alabama is offering discounted admission through November to the park and museum.
·  Greenbay (WI) New Zoo – Free admission to veterans and their families.
·  Central Florida Zoo – Free admission to the Sanford, Florida zoo with proper ID.
·  Strategic Air & Space Museum- Free admission for veterans Nov. 11-14 to the Ashland, Neb. museum.
·  National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum – in Oklahoma City offers free admission to veterans and five guests from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Veterans Day.
·  Natural Elements Spa & Salon – In Chesapeake, Virginia, will provide free services from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to both active duty and retired military

Anytime Offers:
• MILITARY DISCOUNTS UPDATE 02: All these businesses offer military discounts; all you have to do is ask:
• Restaurants
• Arby’s · A&W · Back Yard Burgers · Burger King · Captain D’s · Chick-Fil-A · Cotton Patch
• Denny’s · Dunkin’ Donuts · Farmers Boy · IHOP (20 percent discount with military identification)
• Java Café · KFC · Long John Silver · Pancho’s Mexican Buffet · Pizza Hut · Quizno’s · Sizzler
• Sonic · Taco Bell · Whataburger

• AT&T · California Cryobank · Geico · Jiffy Lube · Meineke · Sears Portrait Studio

Travel and Leisure
• Blockbuster · Movie theaters · Ripley’s attractions and museums · Professional Sports teams

• Apple Computers · AutoZone · Barnhill’s · Bass Pro Shop · Bath and Body Works
• Big 10 Tires · The Buckle · Champs Sports · Copeland’s Sports · Dell
• The Discovery Channel Store · Dress Barn · The Finish Line · Foot Action · Footlocker
• Gadzooks · GNC · Goody’s · Great Party· Happy Harry’s ·Home Depot · Hot Topic
• Jockey · Lerner ·Lowe’s · Michael’s · NAPA Auto Parts · New York & Company · Pac Sun
• Payless Shoes · Play It Again Sports · Pure Beauty · Sally Beauty Supply · Spencer’s Gifts
• Suncoast · Timberland Outlets · Wilson’s Leather

Cell Phone Service Discount – All Federal employees are able to get a 15% discount on their personal cell phones by calling their carrier
and mentioning the “Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 – Discount to Federal Employees Past and Present.” You will need to know the military member’s supervisor’s name, phone number, and full address, so that his/her military status can be verified. Use the following contact numbers:
• Cingular – 800-319-6393
• Sprint – 877-812-1223
• T-Mobile – 866-646-4688
• Nextel – 800-639-6111
• Verizon – 800-865-1825

[Source: VA Frederick Service Office Maryland VSO msg. 26 Apr 2010 ++]

Sincere Gratitude Received Recently Via E-mail


Please express our sincere gratitude to your incredible security volunteers. They were kind, thorough and patient with us.

Jeff thank you for your service. It was thoroughly and completely appreciated. We truly could not have done this event without you.

We appreciate all you did and always will. Very few people have ever stepped up to help us the way you did.

You are made of good stuff!

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