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Force on Force AAR & PICS

Discussion in 'Strategies, Tactics and Training' started by Zak Smith, Sep 22, 2005.

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  1. John_Sprague

    John_Sprague Member

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    I was in this class and will second that the instructors did a damn good job role-playing. The class itself was a eye-opening/life-changing event. I'm still not done absorbing/pondering all of the lessons to be learned.
     
  2. jcims

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    Great pics! Did the folks at the class take them all?

    For those that are looking through the thumbnails, the little summary at the bottom shows a timestamp:

    This gives you an idea of the speed at which some of the sequences unfold. For example, shots A100_0434_img to A100_0442_img take only 3-4 seconds.

    Awesome stuff!
     
  3. sturmruger

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    Zak was this class 3 days total?? It sounds like you had the force on force primer, and then 2 days of FOF training. How much did this class cost and do you have a link to organization's website??
     
  4. Zak Smith

    Zak Smith Moderator Emeritus

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    jcims,

    James Yeager took pics for any student who wanted them from their scenarios. Then we took some of other students too.

    Yes, the scenarios happen fast. In some of the sequences, the time-stamps are the same (ie, within 1 second) but the actors have moved considerably.

    sturmruger,

    http://www.tacticalresponse.com

    -z
     
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