TigerSwan and James Reese are Unique
Former Delta Force commander, James Reese, founded his TigerSwan, LLC, in 2008. TigerSwan is a Global Stability and Crisis Management services and consulting firm that provides due diligence and all-source protection from fraud and corruption for clients with operations in more than 50 countries. TigerSwan uses state-of-the-art technology and monitoring to create a secure and safe environment.
James Reese is the Chairman of the TigerSwan firm, which is also a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business. As a decorated combat leader and a disabled veteran, he retired from the Delta Force in 2007 after more than two decades and is regarded as an experienced cross-functional leader with more than three decades of successful achievements inside and outside of TigerSwan.
One of James Reese’s dedications is speaking to groups about TigerSwan and his background, and one such occasion was a Chevy Tahoe and Suburban event, FRIEND OR FOE, at The Range Complex (TRC), which is a North Carolina facility for training special military officers stationed at the Fort Bragg Army base. James Reese is also one of the co-founders of TRC. He likes sharing some of the particulars of the training with Delta Force, which is the most elite Special Ops Team in the world.
The amazing experience included the simulation of hostage rescue mission in the middle of the night by special field operatives with live ammunition being fired using infrared night goggles to navigate a full-size Chevy SUV in unfamiliar territory at speeds up to 100 mph. There were shooting exercises including a target 800 meters away with a long-range rifle and trying to learn to eye a perfectly still metal breastplate through a gun scope, and more.
The event was particularly focused on highlighting how the Chevy Suburban and Tahoe are often among the most trusted tools and the team’s first and last line of defense for some of the United State’s most elite special forces. Reese said that they need something that always works and, when it is run into or gets hit with bullets, it still goes.
Reese detailed how a Chevy Tahoe one time helped save him and his commander during a Baghdad insurgent ambush and how they trust the reliability on covert missions. They don’t need anything fancy; they need something that works each time and can be depended on.
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