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I taught basic CQB for the U.S. Navy as a contractor for 4 1/2 years and was in a USCG Deployable Operations Group unit for six, so I feel qualified to answer your question at least as far as U.S. units are concerned. Please understand that what follows is my personal opinion and worth about as much...
- Wed Aug 15, 2012 1:30 pm
- Forum: Hand to Hand Combat
- Topic: Dealing with a combative party who is holding up the team.
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Like the poster above said, the situation is going to dictate. What is the objective? How much of risk is he presenting not only to your team but to the overall mission? What are your ROE/Use of Force rules? Is there a deadly threat to anyone if the speed of your assault is impeded? In an LE warrant...
- Wed Aug 15, 2012 12:44 pm
- Forum: Who are you?
- Topic: Introduction-New Members Post your Intro Here:
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Hi! My name is Eric. I'm 41 and former Le/Military. Downrange for OIF in 2003 and as a civilian contractor. I worked teaching CQB/tactics for the Navy for 5 years (SRF-A for those who know). Working on setting up training as a part time gig in Northern Ohio.