George Harris has spent his entire adult life working in the world of firearms. For over 30 years he has been a successful and motivational educator and trainer in all aspects of small arms. His simplistic approach to firearms training has an unarguable track record in extracting performance from his students of Marksmanship, Tactics and Maintenance.
As a business developer in the firearms field, George co-founded the world renowned SIG Sauer Academy and lead it to become a profit center before retiring after twenty one years of service.
George has the enviable record of leading industry test programs for multiple government and military agencies achieving successful results and contracts for firearms 100% of the time.
Many of his innovations and ideas in firearms design features have evolved to production firearms improving function, ergonomics and aesthetics.
George has served as the subject matter expert involving firearms and related matters on television, radio and in legal proceedings.
George is an accomplished writer having written many Owner’s Manuals, Armorer Manuals, Training Manuals, and Legal Reports as well as filling the role of Contributing Editor to many national publications. His latest book, Marksmanship Simplified, is currently available from the USCCA.com webstore.
Among his personal accomplishments, George earned the coveted U.S. Army Distinguished badges for both Service Pistol and Service Rifle. He also Coached and was a firing team member of the World Champion U.S. Army Reserve International Combat Team before retiring with 40 years of continuous Military Service.
Terry R. White II was born and raised in Orange County, Virginia. He attended Orange County High School where he set numerous state and national records in swimming. Mr. White has over 7 years of law enforcement experience, being a graduate of the U.S Border Patrol Academy and having served as a police officer in Brentwood, New Hampshire and a deputy sheriff in Orange County, Virginia.
In 2001, Mr. White graduated from Granite State College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. He attended Florida Coastal School of Law and was awarded a Juris Doctor degree in 2003. While in law school, he served as the managing editor of the Florida Coastal Law Journal, an associate justice and prosecutor for the Honor Court and as co-founder and president of the Second Amendment Society. While in law school, Mr. White interned at the State Attorney’s Office in St. Augustine Florida and in the chambers of The Honorable Thomas Morris, U.S. District Court Magistrate.
Mr. White is a member in good standing of the New Hampshire Bar (admitted 2006) and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire (admitted 2006). His professional memberships include the New Hampshire Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He is also the current Director of Online Operations, Security & Compliance with Turbine, a Warner Bros. Company.