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  1. I'm from Adger, Alabama. I'm a good ole country boy that is a Air Force/ Army Veteran. I'm physically fit and would like to join the field opps. I have survival skills and firearms training. I would like to help in anyway I can. 

  2. Spectre 6:  FYI-the Texas National Militia and the United III%'s of Texas are hosting an FTX at the Hicksville Gun Range (225 Dusty Ln.) in Gatesville, Texas.  It will be from Friday-Oct. 19, 2018 (1400) until Sunday Oct.21, 2018 (1700) and the cost is $15.00 for the three days.  One of the benefits is, It'll give the Texas militias an opportunity to train with different groups.   Max

  3. I watched a power point one time on M270 MLRS operations and procedures...
  4. Are those ,"Crash Course", DVDs I've seen at the gun show his?
  5. It's all TCCC now. There's a SEAL guy who teaches in Portland. I haven't been to his class though. Doc Mead on ParagonPride.com teaches a very extensive class but he's out of state.
  6. 11 is a solid number. That gives you some options for maneuver elements and options in mission planning and on contact. Individual skills are you important but with that number I'd also spend some time developing some solid team leaders. Solid TLs really help build Esprite De Corp and can get people motivated and on task when you are not around to do so.
  7. The ,"I'm gonna sniper cuz I'm too fat ta move", one I've heard so many times. I had originally made a separate team for the snipers* but after some training iterations with other small teams around the area decided to split them between the fire teams. I think it adds some flexibility for each team and if the mission dictates you need to use them in a more concentrated capacity you can pull them out. We are still playing with it though and will see how applicable it is. One thing I believe teams can benefit from is getting in the habit of building mission specific load outs. Most likely we will see alot of vehicle use and lower intensity engagements and filling every molle/pals spot inst necessary. Each guy can have a few options for what is required for the specific mission needs and the TLs can verify each man in his team has what's needed.
  8. I think with the 3rd man teams you go to individual bounds similar to a 4 man team taking a casualty. I personally prefer the 4 man teams in a 3 team squad with one SL team. But that's just me. 3 man teams work as well. I think after all the big names fell apart and anybody with some semblance of SUT skills left the company of keyboard warriors the small teams formed from that. The large blob groups are too easy to target and too easy to infiltrate. I've got a copy of Light Foot Militias standards.... There's about 4 pages on rank and 1 on shooting, with about half on PT. 3% was even worse. The events at Sugar Pine mine and Burns definitely had impact on splitting those who took this more seriously and professionally and those who get mad when you say PT is one of the most important things you can focus on and no your Chinese optics are not good.
  9. Did I just read ,"PMAGs suck, Hexmags are good"? You are a NO/GO at this station.
  10. www.mymilitia.com/threads/spectre-training-group.13986/
  11. I would agree there are civilian schools that teach shooting on par or even better than some of the military classes. But they usually are one weekend with what you can supply yourself and infantry range time is often and consists of thousands of rounds being available each time out. It really comes down to who the Cadre instructors are and how much your BC wants to dedicate to Marksmanship and rifle training. I'll however say there are zero schools that adequately teach any small unit tactics to any level approaching what is required for unconventional warefare or even basic infantry work. They are great at marketing though. Ripcannon is correct in that groups that can walk the walk need to separate from ones that focus more on the political end. A decent amount already have separated and gone off the radar so to speak. Those groups focus only on SUT and don't concern themselves with the politicing and internal power struggles of the big blob groups. Before you dismiss any chance remember the people we have been fighting in the middle East have little to no education, subpar weapons and only the locals that won't turn them in as logistical resources and Intel. Some of our continuous failures come from the over reliance on tech and massed fires. This has been American fighting policy as far back as WW2. John Poole expertly points this out in his book the Tigers Way. I've seen officers hold back on decisively engaging to call for CAS to then fight the same guys the next day that slipped away before we had anything on target. Contracting work is where you really see the meat and potatoes of what skills and tactics you need for effective guerilla operations. The broad support structure of the DOD isn't always their and you have to make do with what you bring to the table and what you can resource locally. But the operational limits are less restricting. In unconventional warfare you still need intimate understandings of METT-TC, tactics, and your enemies typical COAs. Rolling up and taking shots at them will only go so far. We are seeing that start to peaceful resistance to those tyrananical laws. Hardly any of those bump stocks have been surrendered in states that now require them turned in. We can only hope this continues. It could be a foreshadowing of what any gun ban would look like. But then again Americans will actually have to get off the couch and miss the next episode of Dancing With the Stars.

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