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Old March 7, 2013, 08:53 PM   #20
USMC EOD
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If you practice this way, then if you need to use your training someday in a real life and death situation, then you will fall back on how you practice and train. In the real situation, it is a very real possibility that there is more than one threat out there. If you do not practice and train this way, then after you take out the threat that is first noticed by you, and immediately stand down, the second threat will come up on your blind side and take you out. It is about always being aware of your surroundings.
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