About BSR

BSR began conducting specialty driving training in 1976. During the ensuing 35 years, BSR has steadily improved its facility, support systems, staff and curriculum to match rising demand and changing conditions. BSR has developed a highly organized and coordinated use of the facility and staff. BSR has conducted similar training sessions from 1-5 days duration virtually nonstop for the past 35 years, during which time, it has proven capable of handling training effectively. Logistically, BSR has demonstrated its ability to prepare, service, and maintain its vehicles, facilities, firearms ranges and classrooms such that the physical aspect of training is kept at a high operational level.

1976 – BSR introduces antiterrorist security driving techniques for Police and private sector

1980 – BSR is selected to provide security driver training programs as well as driver instructor

certification to Special Operations Groups with the Department of Defense

1981 – BSR begins to provide security driver training for Special Agents of the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations

1983 – BSR is contracted as a primary security driver training provider to the Department of State Diplomatic Security Service

1985 – BSR begins to provide security driver training to U.S. Army senior officers and staff

1986 – BSR opens its tactical firearms training facility

1987 – BSR begins to provide surveillance detection, counter-surveillance tactics, anti-terrorist, counter-terrorist security driver and firearms training to elite units of the U.S. Marine Corp.

1989 – BSR is contracted to provide security driver training, surveillance detection, firearms training and driver instructor certifications to the Department of State

1992 – BSR begins to provide driver training to the Defense Intelligence Agency

1995 – BSR is contracted to provide security driver, firearms, surveillance detection training to the USACE (U.S. Army Corp. of Engineers) INTAC (Individual Terrorist Awareness Course)

2005 – BSR begins supporting the Department of State WPPS (Worldwide Personal Protection Services) security driver training

2007 – BSR begins the development of the Department of State ITF (Interim Training Facility)

2009 – BSR begins to provide firearms training for HRP (High Risk Personnel) required to conceal carry weapons while overseas

2011 – BSR begins to provide security driver, unimproved/off-road and firearms training to the USMOG (U.S. Military Observers Group – United Nations)

2012 – BSR begins to provide security driver, unimproved/off-road and firearms training to the AFPAK (Afghanistan/Pakistan) Hands deployment teams from all branches of the U.S. military

2013 – BSR begins to provide driver training to candidates of the U.S. Postal Inspector Service Academy