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An After Action Report (AAR) is a structured evaluation report created after a specific event, project, or activity to assess the performance of individuals, teams, or organizations involved

2018

  • 2A Media Summit – Chicago, Illinois Oct 2018
    Gun Rights Policy Conference

2017

  • 2A Media Summit – Dallas, Texas Oct 2017
    Gun Rights Policy Conference

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2014

  • Arizona State IDPA
  • Tactical Response; Fighting Rifle, Tucson, AZ Nov 2014

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The AAR provides a comprehensive analysis of the event, including the goals, objectives, and outcomes achieved. It identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the participants, the resources used, and the processes involved. It also documents the lessons learned, best practices, and recommendations for future improvement.

The AAR is usually conducted by a facilitator who guides a structured discussion among the participants. The discussion aims to identify the key issues, challenges, and opportunities encountered during the event. The facilitator encourages all participants to share their experiences, perspectives, and insights.

The AAR is a valuable tool for continuous improvement and learning. It helps organizations to build their knowledge and expertise, identify areas for improvement, and enhance their performance in the future.

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