By Lars Dalseide | August 18 2008 14:47
What do these heroes have in common?

2004: Took a grenade from a robbery suspect and held it while he waited over 20 minutes for a bomb disposal unit.

2005: Stopped a deranged gunman at a nightclub.

2006: Rescued a wounded fellow officer while a gunfight raged around them.

2007: Taught firearm training for sixteen years, and won the NPSC nine times.

They were all recipients of the NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award -- one way we honor the men and women who put themselves on the line every day to keep our communities safe.

Nominations for the 2008 NRA Law Enforcement Officer of the Year are due in by September 1. The award was established in 1993, and recognizes exceptional valor, public service, and dedication to the principles of our Constitutional heritage.

Download an entry form, or call the Law Enforcement Activities Division at 703-267-1649 for more information.
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