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Category Archives: Evil walks the earth
NY Times, bestselling author Larry Correia put together one of those “tough” messages today on the realities of life. This one was prompted by current events in Nigeria and Hollywood. It’s worth 10 minutes of your time to read it. … Continue reading
Great article up today at Straight Forward. Observation, Decision and Action all turn into an incident where everyone goes home in one piece. Straight Forward in a Crooked World: Carjack Intermezzo. Often, it is the little things that can have … Continue reading
Another recent analysis from Active Response. This time an interesting change in tactics and approach of your active shooter. Did you know that there was a gunman loose in Paris? Mobile Killers | Active Response Training.
It has been almost a year since the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Recently the police report on the incident was released. Over at Active Response training, Greg has broken out some of the highlights of the report and … Continue reading
In the place that is known as formerly Great Britain, we find today’s headlines. You can see the headlines here. I saw the youtube interview with this sorry excuse for a human yesterday, and the really disturbing thing about this is … Continue reading
This is a long post. Grab a cup of coffee, have a seat and come along for the ride. I am going to go a little off my normal track here so bear with me. It took only minutes for … Continue reading
Over the years there has been a lot of news around every active shooter incident. It has gotten to the point that we have a special term for this active of terrorism “active shooter”. The reality of the situation, is … Continue reading
How many times have you walked down the street and then suddenly had to stop and look around to figure out where you were, as your mind worked on the problems of the day and your feet just kept going? … Continue reading
28 years ago. Beirut . It was the bloodiest day in the Corps’ history since World War II, when Marines fought to secure Iwo Jima. On October 23 1983, around 6:20 am, a yellow Mercedes-Benz truck drove to Beirut International … Continue reading