"Mistakes are going to happen, as long as there are people, but, the target should be zero errors. Now, how do we make this happen?"
I have lived in the world of mistakes happening that cost lives while in the military. You just keep trying to find out the cause of the mistakes and try not to repeat them.
In the world of life or death, mistakes, costly mistakes happen. Effort and constant training help. But they will always happen if you are in combat. It seems to me that no knock warrants are issued too freely. We have to look for errors from the bottom up as well as from the top down and correct the erroneous procedures. Punishment for mistakes is not always productive. Training usually is.
Last edited by JimPage; February 6, 2012 at 09:50 AM.