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Meet a Pelican Pro: Craig Sawyer

Submitted by on July 19, 2012 – 6:04 amNo Comment

The third member of our Pelican Pros team is a proud owner of multiple Pelican ProGear™ products. Just like the other members of the team, our hardcore, all-weather products keep his gear safe no mater where his work takes him.

Craig Sawyer, also known as “Sawman,” is a decorated combat veteran, US Federal Air Marshall and high-threat mobile security expert. He began his career as a US Marine before becoming a U.S. Navy SEAL, concentrating in Special Operations.

His extensive background, which also includes counter-terrorism operations and advanced sniper instructing, makes him a preeminent source for specialized team training. Additionally, Craig serves as a top technical advisor for news shows, documentaries and films.

Craig uses the Pelican ProGear line because it allows him to take his gear and sensitive electronics to places few men can survive. This includes extreme temperatures, water and even battle conditions.

See how this Pelican Pro uses our products in the following video:

Like what you see? Be sure to share Craig’s story (or that of one of our other Pelican Pros) on Twitter or Facebook!


Pelican Pro Craig Sawyer

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