David DiTullio is a decorated combat veteran with over 20 years of military service. He is a veteran of Operations Enduring Freedom and Noble Eagle, and an expert in small unit direct combat missions. He has delivered thousands of pistol permit and concealed carry courses.


DiTullio, an avid CCW practitioner, led a U.S. Army team in Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province. He supported counterinsurgency strategy by executing raid, reconnaissance, search and recovery,  presence patrol, and high value target search operations. DiTullio has led a U.S. Navy team providing ship-board security to military contracted vessels.

DiTullio has led numerous firearms skills courses focusing on close quarters battle, day and night small arms fire, the M9 pistol, the M4 rifle, the M500 shotgun and the M249 squad automatic rifle, among others. He earned the Bronze Star, NATO Medal, Overseas Ribbon, Combat Infantry Badge, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, and Global War on Terrorism Service Medal.

DiTullio has completed the U.S. Army Pathfinder Course and Live Environment Training. He is a graduate of the U.S. Army Air Assault School, Naval Special Warfare Selection Course, Combat Life Saver Course, and Long Range Advance Scout Surveillance System Training. DiTullio retired from the U.S. Army in 2015 as a platoon sergeant of a reconnaissance platoon specializing in rotary aircraft and maritime insertion and Reconnaissance and Pathfinder operations.


DiTullio has over 15 years of experience as a supervising officer the Department of Homeland Security / Behavior Detection and Analysis unit, Threat Assessment Division. DiTullio has worked with multi-agency high profile events such as Presidential Inaugurations and NATO G-8 and G-20 Summits. His skills include behavioral analysis, surveillance and counter surveillance, interview and interrogation techniques, and suicide bomber indicators.