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In conjunction with the publication of John’s second book, Hidden War, Modern Shooter TV series producer Terry Boeder and host Luke Hartle join Nores and his teammates on the gun range and in the woods to film firearms training and highlight defensive carbine, shotgun and handgun tactics needed both on and off duty. The program focuses on not only exciting shooting drills, but also John’s patriotism and passion for protecting wildlife resources. John’s participation and co-development of the Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET), an elite tactical unit inside of California Department of Fish and Wildlife provide a unique and disquieting perspective on the dangers and heroism of California’s game wardens. John’s provocative first episode of Modern Shooter is not to be missed. Stay tuned as Terry and Luke team up with John again for more exciting and informative episodes of Modern Shooter in 2019 and 2020.
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Following the publication of John’s first book, War in the Woods, Patriot Profiles producer Rick Stewart and his film crew team up with Nores’s Silicon Valley Allied Agency Marijuana Eradication Team (MET) in 2011, going in-depth with these fearless and brave California game wardens. Reclamation - The Battle for Terra Firma highlights the environmental crimes and public safety threats posed by the international Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTO). With this threat widespread throughout California and 21 other states throughout the US, Stewart’s 26-minute film shocks with vivid images of the decimation to our nation’s wildlands, wildlife and waterways happening dangerously close to homes, schools, and other urban population centers.
Stewart’s award-winning Patriot Profiles series was honored as best new program on Sportsman’s Channel in 2012, and his film crew returned to California in 2016 to film a follow up documentary, War in the Woods, highlighting John’s historical special operations tactical unit of California game wardens and K9’s, the Marijuana Enforcement Team (MET). Rick’s crew captured these wildlife warriors executing their statewide mission to arrest armed and violent cartel trespass growers, eradicate their illegal and poisoned marijuana crops, and spearhead the reclamation and restoration of extensive environmental damages caused by these cartel factions.
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Wild Justice, airing from 2011 to 2013 on the Nat Geo channel, was an award winning TV show that followed the real lives of game wardens. It was in instant hit with is gritty, authentic look at wardens on the Thin Green Line of conservation.
Each week different environmental crimes were discovered and investigated by the game wardens from California's Department of Fish and Wildlife. As a Lieutenant with the Department and a fierce protector of the environment, John became an integral part of the show from the beginning. The show follows them along 1,100 miles of coastal waters to California's high deserts and the giant sequoia forests to the Sierra Nevada mountains. Only 159 California game wardens patrol all of the state's 159,000 square miles. It’s a beat that’s home to a human population of 36 million, and a habitat and wildlife diversity that is unequaled by any other state.
Working alone, and sometimes with a canine companion, these wildlife officers work day and night, often patrolling rural areas where back-up can be hours away. Every day is an adventure, and no two days the same.
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