Book Review: The Combative Perspective

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    Book Review: The Combative Perspective

    The Combative Perspective

    By Gabe Suarez

    5


    A Excellent Book Not very long read time less than a few hours really.

    Contents

    Desire For Victory

    Kind of self explainatory basically you have to delvope the combat mindset to win never give up.

    Elimination of uncertainty
    Sub chapters

    Liabilty

    Covers what you can be liabile for again self explainatory

    Nature and intent of Adversary

    This is more telling you you kind of have to study records to be able to spot your adversary when you not sure the battle is about to begin ... What he calls a grey Battle

    Victim or Victor?
    Attitude is Everything..
    Need i type more on this chapter

    Situational Awareness

    This is again know where you are your surrounding dont walk eyes to the ground ... Look for clues that Danger is abound ... Etc etc

    Coppers mental Trigger


    Basically is the color code system

    The OODA Loop


    If read about this a few times but not as popular as other tactic items and thats a shame

    Basicly it Observe you opponent, Orient youself to the opponent, Decide on a course of action,Act out your Decision...

    If you follow the OODA loop you should be ahead of the action curve which is a + for you

    Willingness To Act

    Explaines its self.

    The book is written ina No BS mannor doesnt tell you if you do survive the attack that all will be well youll get the key to the city like some books..


    Puts it Bluntly you will more than likely be hurt be it stabbed or shot and you will more than likely be arrested..


    Again a must have if for nothing more than a refresher


    Bud

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    Again, I'll pass on Gabe.
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