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Keynote Speaker Named for March TREXPO West Show and Conference

December 16, 2005  | 

This year’s TREXPO West conference will convene at the Los Angeles Convention Center March 14 with a keynote address by security and counter-terrorism expert J. Kelly McCann.

McCann (aka Jim Grover) is senior vice president of Kroll Security Operations. As one of America’s foremost experts on anti-terrorism and counter-terrorism strategies, McCann has helped develop tactics and procedures for several government agencies. McCann holds a master instructor rating in combative skills from the U.S. Marine Corps.

The TREXPO West trade show will open March 15 with a presentation by Col. Danny McKnight, U.S. Army (Ret.). McKnight served more than 28 years on active duty, earning his Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist Badge with Combat Star, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, and Pathfinder Badge. He was awarded two Legion of Merit medals, a Bronze Star, and a Purple Heart. He now works as the Homeland Security Training Coordinator in the Criminal Justice Center at Brevard Community College.

TREXPO West is scheduled for March 14–16 in Los Angeles. For more information, visit www.trexpo.com.

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