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Armed 4 Freedom's instructors teach private sessions and NRA courses. Depending on the class, instructors also supply materials such as NRA packets, complimentary firearms rentals, and even free coffee and donuts.
Meet the Instructors
Most of the NRA-certified instructors at Armed 4 Freedom boast backgrounds in the military. For example, Edward Hartshorn II has been a United States Navy Seabee for more than a decade, and Edward Butler was a United States Marine Corps gunnery sergeant for 21 years.
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Three hours of in-person training cover the best practices for safely handling, maintaining, and storing handguns. At the end of the course, students will have the training and materials needed to continue applying for a concealed-carry license.
Students will satisfy the requirements needed to apply for Arizona's non-resident concealed-carry license, which has reciprocity in 30 states, including Ohio. Later, students can easily apply training hours form this concealed-carry licensing course toward the actual Ohio license.
At a Glance
Having trained more than 7,000 students over the years, Armed 24's certified instructors help people understand and implement the habits of safe, responsible firearm owners.
The nonprofit New Flyers Association empowers Central Ohio student aviators to improve their soaring skills under the tutelage of certified flight instructors. Whether taking off for the first time on an introductory flight or logging hours in pursuit of a Sport, Private, or Instrument Pilot license, pupils experience the freedom of winged travel aboard such flying machines as N566FD, a Flight Design CTLS. The association makes its nest in hangar A-10 at The Ohio State University’s Don Scott Airport, a general aviation airport that allows students to learn fundamentals in a professional environment that's safer than jumping from the top bunk bed.
The 4,000 square feet of climbing space at Vertical Adventures encompasses terrain for top roping, bouldering, and lead climbing under the watchful supervision of a trained staff. The gym challenges wall scramblers to test both their physical endurance and problem-solving skills as they take on the top-rope courses, which represent the majority of the routes and tower as high as 25 feet. Rather than let new patrons become overwhelmed by the variety of courses or get stranded at the top without reading material, the gym?s instructors also conduct lessons for all climbing levels to help climbers improve technique and conquer fears.