This is an episode about surviving one of the most horrific active shooter events in history. The route 66 incident stands as the most lethal active shooter event to date with the highest body count in American history. This event was an unspeakable tragedy and many of us know people who were there while all of us were impacted by it. Sergeant Michael Gonzales was also there and not only is he a stellar warrior with a lifelong career protecting and serving others but he’s also the type of protector who has continued training both for work and for life.
Sergeant Michael is an exemplary Protector, the type of protector I hope and pray more of us will strive to be like because he respects the reality of protection enough to put himself through the training necessary to be as advertised and to be able to legitimately be depended on when the time comes.
In this episode, you will hear him recount at length and in detail his experiences during the route 66 atrocity. You will learn what he did right and what he did wrong and hopefully, we will all be better off for him sharing the story and all the details. There is something in this episode for absolutely everyone.
Protector by nature and by trade