A little brief Bio on me:
I served in the Marine Corps for 4 years and I was a rifleman in 1st Battalion 5th Marines BRAVO Company.
I was in Afghanistan for 7 months and took part in Operation Kanjari, which was the largest helo operation since Vietnam, I've been in at least 10 fire fights and know the difference between "they're shooting at US and they're shooting at ME."
I know a lot about the weapons that I am familiar with (M16/M4/M203 Grenade Launcher/M249 SAW/M240G/MK.19/M2/60mm Mortars/SMAW/LAW/AT4) and more importantly how to use them.
I also know how to properly use my scopes, (range estimation,leading targets), various shooting techniques (positions, room clearings)
I know basic Squad and Fire Team Tactics, I know a lot of military knowledge pertaining to combat.
I have limited martial arts experience, mostly Shotokan Karate a little bit of grappling like arm bars etc and of course the terrible martial arts: MCMAP.
The weapons you choose to operate are important to an extent, but I think Bravo would agree with me that what matters most is the person behind the weapon and the training they have.
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on Fri Jul 20, 2012 3:03 pm, edited 1 time in total.
"Your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habbits, your habbits become your character, your character becomes your destiny." From the book Get Selected