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Old June 13, 2013, 06:50 AM   #11
Dwight55
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Why the rush?
It is a hold over in my training from less peaceful days as a platoon sgt of a light infantry company.

"If you have the enemy on the move, don't give him time to regroup, think, or sort out his options, . . . pursue and engage".

Once I crossed over into "taking action" (which I had done in challenging and drawing), . . . pursuit and engagement were really the only options because of the layout of the house and my personal location at that moment.

Plus, . . . forcing them to move, . . . would most likely cause them also to reveal their true location by the noise they made by moving.

May God bless,
Dwight
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