MTF TIME!!

MTF TIME!!

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MTF..

Weldddddddiiiinnnggg today!!!
MTF..

victran:

Pat McNamara - Train Like you Fight

I think “Train Like you Fight” is an overused and misunderstood axiom. Does it mean that we must train in full combat gear all of the time? Does it mean that we have to train until we drop? The answer is ‘No.’ It has nothing to do with how much black Velcro you strap on your person. The term comes from athletics of yore. ‘Practice like you play’. Instead of practicing on half court, practice on full court, for example.When you work out or ‘PT’, to ensure your combat chassis is more effective and capable, do you do it in full kit? If the answer is ‘No’, then why do it?If your objective to marksmanship training is to dissuade home invasion, should you be training in my boxer shorts?‘Train like you fight’ means training beyond the drill. If the drill requires six shots to complete, think seven, eight or nine. Do not let the drill dictate to you when you should stop thinking.Perform a focal shift. See things full spectrum. Once again, work beyond the drill. If the targets are directly in front of you, look beyond, in front of and understand what is flanking these targets.Train during periods of limited visibility.Train in adverse weather conditions.Train to stay in the fight.

victran:

Pat McNamara - Train Like you Fight

I think “Train Like you Fight” is an overused and misunderstood axiom. Does it mean that we must train in full combat gear all of the time? Does it mean that we have to train until we drop? The answer is ‘No.’ It has nothing to do with how much black Velcro you strap on your person. The term comes from athletics of yore. ‘Practice like you play’. Instead of practicing on half court, practice on full court, for example.

When you work out or ‘PT’, to ensure your combat chassis is more effective and capable, do you do it in full kit? If the answer is ‘No’, then why do it?

If your objective to marksmanship training is to dissuade home invasion, should you be training in my boxer shorts?

‘Train like you fight’ means training beyond the drill. If the drill requires six shots to complete, think seven, eight or nine. Do not let the drill dictate to you when you should stop thinking.

Perform a focal shift. See things full spectrum. Once again, work beyond the drill. If the targets are directly in front of you, look beyond, in front of and understand what is flanking these targets.

Train during periods of limited visibility.

Train in adverse weather conditions.

Train to stay in the fight.

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wndsn:

masterofnil:

Started putting together a ‘electronic warfare’ kit.
A few of the more gadget related things that I have been carrying in a more organized way. Just started tossing in things that would be useful, more to come as I think on it. Need to grab a field notes for making notes and sketches, maybe print out and laminate useful terminal commands till I get them down. Anyway, it’s a start. Suggestions?

Nice. Here’s a list of command line tricks:
http://cfenollosa.com/misc/trickster
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wndsn:

masterofnil:

Started putting together a ‘electronic warfare’ kit.

A few of the more gadget related things that I have been carrying in a more organized way. Just started tossing in things that would be useful, more to come as I think on it. Need to grab a field notes for making notes and sketches, maybe print out and laminate useful terminal commands till I get them down. Anyway, it’s a start. Suggestions?

Nice. Here’s a list of command line tricks:
http://cfenollosa.com/misc/trickster
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redteamsblog
)

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JM &MTF’s version of a “Breacher Bar”, all hand made.

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Custom Scales by MTF

Dang!!! Thanks Scott👍

Dang!!! Thanks Scott👍

old-prepper:

thinksquad:

Between shelling out hundreds of dollars in airfare and forking over even more for ancillary fees, travelers are already spending more than they have in years for plane tickets. And that’s about to get worse.

Starting on July 21, the Transportation Security Administration — you know, the folks who are in charge of confiscating your shampoo at the airport and taking you aside for an “additional screening” — will more than double the mandatory fee they charge many flyers and will no longer cap these fees. Under the old law, the fee, which is used for flyer security, was $2.50 for each leg of a flight with a $5 cap on each one-way trip or a $10 cap on each round trip. But beginning July 21, the fee is $5.60 for each leg of a flight and that is not capped; if your layover is more than four hours on a domestic flight or 12 hours for international destinations, that counts as a second leg of the flight and you will be charged an additional fee.

While that may not sound like a lot, consider what this could mean for your wallet. If you book a domestic round trip flight and have two total connections (and the layover is four hours or more during each connection), you’ll end up shelling out nearly $25 to the TSA. That jacks up the average domestic airline ticket price by more than 5%.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/new-tsa-fees-to-make-airfare-more-expensive-starting-tomorrow-2014-06-30

We are idiots!

old-prepper:

thinksquad:

Between shelling out hundreds of dollars in airfare and forking over even more for ancillary fees, travelers are already spending more than they have in years for plane tickets. And that’s about to get worse.

Starting on July 21, the Transportation Security Administration — you know, the folks who are in charge of confiscating your shampoo at the airport and taking you aside for an “additional screening” — will more than double the mandatory fee they charge many flyers and will no longer cap these fees. Under the old law, the fee, which is used for flyer security, was $2.50 for each leg of a flight with a $5 cap on each one-way trip or a $10 cap on each round trip. But beginning July 21, the fee is $5.60 for each leg of a flight and that is not capped; if your layover is more than four hours on a domestic flight or 12 hours for international destinations, that counts as a second leg of the flight and you will be charged an additional fee.

While that may not sound like a lot, consider what this could mean for your wallet. If you book a domestic round trip flight and have two total connections (and the layover is four hours or more during each connection), you’ll end up shelling out nearly $25 to the TSA. That jacks up the average domestic airline ticket price by more than 5%.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/new-tsa-fees-to-make-airfare-more-expensive-starting-tomorrow-2014-06-30

We are idiots!

Look at this guy…

Look at this guy…

callofduty:

Check out Advanced Warfare Here

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