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Training at the speed of life, volume one 1 edition

Training at the speed of life, volume one
Kenneth R. Murray

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Training at the speed of life, volume one
the definitive textbook for military and law enforcement reality based training
First ed. October 2004
Kenneth R. Murray.

Published 2004 by Armiger Publications in Gotha, FL .
Written in English.

About the Book

In violent, desperate times, we are training as hard and fast as is safely possible. We walk a fine line, training to survive; training to save the infinitely precious lives of warriors and innocents locked in mortal combat. But we must conduct that training so we will never take those infinitely precious lives through training accidents. This book serves as the definitive map to guide us along that fine line, the most powerful and vital of all lines; the line between life and death.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Foreword / Dave Grossman
Chap. 1. The body count
Chap. 2. The psychological aspects of lethal force encounters
Chap. 3. Safety rituals of reality based training
Chap. 4. The mechanics of reality based training
Chap. 5. Scenario development
Chap. 6. Training ammunition
Chap. 7. Final thoughts
Chap. 8. The speaker for the dead
Recommended reading list.

Edition Notes

The interactive CD contains training development forms.

System requirements for CD-ROM: Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher.

Classifications

Library of Congress
HV7923 .M87 2004

The Physical Object

Pagination
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ID Numbers

Open Library
OL17168201M
ISBN 10
0976199408
LC Control Number
2004098594
Library Thing
8129315
Goodreads
766055

History

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