Tier 1 Group

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Tier 1 Group formally known as Aggressive Training Solutions is a private company located in Crawfordsville AR founded by retired Marine Steve Reichert. Tier 1 Group provides military training in and outside the United States, as well as civilian tactical medicine, military medicine and law enforcement training.

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History

Tier 1 Group is owned and funded by Cerberus Capital Management which also owns Remington Arms, Bushmaster Firearms International, LLC, Inc., and DPMS Panther Arms among other companies. Tier 1 Group was formed sometime around 2005.

Shooting range plans

After efforts by Tier 1 Group to purchase land in Jones County, North Carolina [1] [2] to be used for a firing range and training facility, Jones County Commissioners passed an ordinance on January 25, 2008 to regulate commercial shooting ranges in the county. On February 1, 2008 Tier 1 Group filed a request to get 2,000 acres (8.1 km2) rezoned in the Bentonville Township in Johnston County, North Carolina.

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References

  1. "Jones County Paramilitary Meeting". WITN. October 8, 2007. Retrieved 5 June 2017.
  2. "Para-Military Training Facility Proposed For Eastern Carolina". WITN. October 1, 2007. Retrieved 5 June 2017.