Examining Terrorist Tactics: Drones and EFP’s

In this Jan. 8, 2009, photo provided by the Mesa County, Colo., Sheriff's Department, a small Draganflyer X6 drone is photographed during a test flight in Mesa County, Colo., with a Forward Looking Infer Red payload. The drone, which was on loan to the sheriff's department from the manufacturer, measures about 36 inches from rotor tip to rotor tip, weights just over two pounds, and has been used for search and rescue mission, to help find suspects, and to identify hot spots after a major fire. (AP Photo/Mesa County Sheriff's Unmanned Operations Team)


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Very interesting article on how ISIS and terrorist abroad are exploiting drones to carry EFP’s and other shaped ordnance.

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!

Examining Guerilla Warfare Tactics: Assaulting a Fixed Position


Small Unit Tactics: Assault on a Fixed Fortified Position

Another basic primer on SUT.

I will warn you though, this is a tactic that unless dire circumstances call for or your numbers are superior, I would avoid if possible.

Remember the strength of a small guerilla force is to harass and wear down by attrition, taking on fixed enemy strong points head on is more suited for large platoon or company sized conventional units with artillery and air support.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!