Hollywood’s Go-To Military TactLos Angeles, California Nov 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – ical Advisor Relaunches Consulting Company to Bring Trusted Weapons Safety and Handling to Film Sets After Recent Event in New Mexico.
Master Sergeant Matt Sigloch has 22 years of active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps under his belt and has contributed his first-hand tactical expertise to prime film and television productions for nearly thirty more. An honors graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy and Crew Chief of Marine One for President Reagen, Sigloch transitioned to entertainment landing a pilot role on the long-running Emmy awarded series Jag. Ever since, he has been a trusted and sought-after Military Tactical Advisor, Armorer, and Stuntman. As CEO and founder of Sigloch Tactical and Set Safety, Sigloch has advised on the set of nearly seventy acclaimed production titles instructing crews on everything from stunts, to munitions, to how to keep a proper “high and tight” haircut. Notable film projects include training extras in Roman gladiator gear for Hail, Caesar (2016), running a boot camp for the actors of Logan (2017), and in a fitting coincidence, recreating on-location tactical troop training on a sound stage for Tony Scott’s Deja Vu (2006). Other noteworthy titles include NCIS, Criminal Minds, Scandal, Bones, and many more. MSgt Sigloch’s work doesn’t just stop here, He also provided Set Safety and tactical advisory on LIVE FIRE Shows such as Top Shot for Discovery, Stars Earn Stripes for NBC, and many more.
Master Sergeant Sigloch lives by the code that integrity, loyalty, and leadership are invaluable qualities in any industry. In light of the recent tragedy, there is no denying that a greater level of experience, care, and thorough attention to detail is needed concerning weaponry and active firearms on Hollywood film sets. Sigloch has answered the call, coming out of retirement to enlist his expertise and skill set to provide paramount safety on set.
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