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Dec 19, 2019

Colonel Eddie Henderson spent 36 years serving the state of Georgia at the Department of Natural Resources.  Now retired, Col Henderson is able to reflect on his many cases that ranged from drug trafficking, to night hunting, to exotic animals and search and rescue.  We discuss the changes that Col Henderson has seen over the years and get into details on a few of his exciting cases.

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Here's What We Discuss:

  • My Second Colonel Interview
  • I Don't Have an Accent
  • 36 Year Career in Georgia DNR
  • Basic Academy and Hunting Season
  • $32,500 only 5 Years Ago
  • Patrolling Up River
  • Boating, Fishing, Hunting, DNR Land
  • Shorts are Optional
  • Cuff On, Then What?
  • Drug Trafficking and Exotic Animals
  • Dragging Out a Deer in August
  • 100 Applicants, 20 Jobs
  • Dodge Power Wagon
  • The Next Piece of Equipment
  • A Night Hunting Case
  • A Ford Bronco and Too Easy
  • The Gotcha Moment
  • Search and Rescue Support Team
  • Search and Rescue Dollars
  • Focus on Conservation Law Enforcement
  • Georgia Special Teams K-9
  • Critical Incidents Reconstruction Team
  • Investigative Teams Overt and Covert
  • Poachers Like to Brag, Generally
  • Building a Network
  • Focus on the Positive
  • Conservation Enforcement Leadership
  • The Appalachian Trail

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