Piracy at sea is becoming rampant

The following Yahoo story about the latest Pirate attacks off Somalia shows just how vicious these vermin are becoming.

As a result of these ongoing attacks, Sexton Executive Security Training has decided to launch our Maritime Protection Course in San Diego in mid December. Being an operational firm as well as a training academy, we are aware that not many executive security personnel have received any training for protecting clients who have their own yachts.

The course will cover the various areas of the vessel, how to check for explosive devices that may have been placed by persons with ill intent, how to recognize and thwart a water borne attack, how to protect against underwater attacks, etc. Dangerous times call for extraordinary measures and clients can not afford to take their safety for granted.

Any security personnel or yacht owners who would like to find out additional information, may reach our training unit at; training@sextonsecurity.com or toll free by phone at; 1-866-290-0007.

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