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Safety Watch Q & A: CQD Reno Self-Defense

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In tonight's Safety Watch Q and A, we are talking about self-defense. 

Angel Naves is the owner of CQD Reno. He teaches Close Quarters Defense tactical training system. He was a Navy SEAL for 12 years and during his last three years of service, he trained other SEALS. 

Angel now offers those same techniques to men, women and children in northern Nevada. 

To speak with him tonight, dial 858-2222 between 5-6 PM. 

For future questions, go online to CQDReno.com



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