Is this the setting factor and ability for a fighting Mindset
What are your thoughts on this statement...is there truth in it or is it hogwash.
Is this fact what starts and sets the ability for a fighting Mindset?
Several senior U.S. Air Force officers have told me that when the U.S. Air Force tried to preselect fighter pilots after World War II, the only common denominator they could find among their World War II aces was that they had been involved in a lot of fights as children. Not bullies - for most true bullies avoid fights with anyone who is reasonably capable of fighting them - but fighters. If you can recapture or imagine the anger and indignity a child feels in a school yard fight and magnify that into a way of life, then you can begin to understand these individuals and their capacity for violence.