Combative Basics: Flanking

Random street crime and violence is on the up-tick.

Be prepared to deal with it.

 

Lessons from Grozny: Deadly Classroom for Urban Combat

H/T to WRSA

 

The Battle of Grozny: Deadly Classroom for Urban Combat

 

Small Unit Tactics: Panzergreandier Squad Tactics (1944)

 

Know Your History: Coal Miner’s Revolt, The Battle of Blair Mountain

Coal Miners Revolt: The Battle of Blair Mountain

 

One of the greatest examples in the 20th century of how a well armed and willing populace can hold their own against a well organized larger armed force.

Take Notes and Prepare Accordingly.

History is circling around yet again.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Breaking Contact (Part I)

Good Stuff.
Prepare Now or Pay the Undertaker Later.

tacticalprofessor

CCW Safe is doing a series about our ultimate goal in Personal Protection. I am happy that I have been able to make a contribution to the literature of our Art.

Our goal in personal protection is to force a break in contact [with a criminal attacker]. We want them to go away, or we want to go away. One or the other.

https://ccwsafe.com/blog/breaking-contact-pt-1

This philosophical fundamental is the true meaning of “Get off the X” for the Private Citizen. Sidestepping or whatever method is taught to get off the X isn’t the end or even the important part of the process. Forcing the attacker to withdraw or making our escape is the end objective.

It’s nothing new. Military units have probably been doing this since before the Roman Empire existed. It’s easily overlooked at the moment of an incident, though. For some folks, escaping is a natural response but…

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