I'm surprised that there is almost no "mainstream" coverage of the British SAS Trooper who solo- counter-attacked the terrorists in the mall in Nairobi yesterday. For those who aren't aware, he was off-duty and shopping when this thing jumped off. He ran to his vehicle, kitted up, and went back into the mall repeatedly, engaging terrorists and assisting casualties. Even though this violates some principles of CQC (mainly because he went in alone and did not fully coordinate his plan with the other responders on scene) this selfless "get it done, and done quick" attitude is what response to an active shooter SHOULD look like. Hopefully an unclassified version of his AAR will be available for sharing with our military and first responders at a later date. Speed, surprise, and violence of action- these are the most important principles. Here he is, taking care of business.