Len Lucas retired from the United States Marine Corps and moved right onto his next careers: a position with a Virginia Police Department, and a position with Beretta.
"He works hard, and he is a true friend to our community," said Glen Hoyer, NRA Law Enforcement Director.
Again a key sponsor of the National Police Shooting Championships, Beretta U.S.A. provides the champion rings and other prizes for the competition's top scorers.
Lucas and a colleague stayed busy answering questions and demonstrating their newest technology during the Law Enforcement Equipment Exposition. Shooters stopped by between matches and on their lunch hours. Lucas said what sets Beretta apart is their total systems approach. "Whatever the need, we have a solution for the system," he told NRAblog.
Pictured above (right), Executive Director of NRA General Operations Kayne Robinson stops by the Beretta booth and chats with Lucas.
"It's equally important for these law enforcement and military shooters to see the new gear as it is for Beretta to get their newest systems into these departments and agencies," Robinson told NRAblog.
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