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Kingman Police Capt. Rusty Cooper speaks with a volunteer Thursday. Cooper, a recent graduate of the FBI National Academy, will become the KPD’s deputy chief on July 1. The yellow brick in the background signifies that Cooper completed a grueling obstacle course to finish up his physical training.DOUG MCMURDO/Miner

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Veteran officer completes FBI National Academy

On his desk is a yellow brick. It isn't gold, but Kingman Police Capt. Rusty Cooper treasures it just the same.The brick signifies that Cooper completed a grueling 6.1-mile obstacle course through a hilly, wooded trail the Marines built at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va. For a man of 47, the feat was a personal triumph and one that added meaning to his time at the FBI National Academy. The fact that this final test was entirely voluntary makes it that much sweeter.

By Doug McMurdo April 29, 2013

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