In a previous article, I wrote about training paradigms. Basically, everybody has that one scenario in their mind that they are preparing themselves for with their gear and training. That paradigm is the lens through which we view all our tactical inputs, and shapes everything we do in training and preparation.
In my experience talking to the individuals that come to my training classes, most American patriots have a training paradigm that I can roughly classify into one of two categories. I’ll call these the “Minuteman” and the “Jäger” paradigms. Today I will discuss what these two paradigms are, how they are different, and why they are important.
The “minuteman” paradigm is borne out of a mindset of community preparedness in times of hardship and danger, and stems back to the very early history of our nation. When threatened by raiding bands of Indians or bandits…
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