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Old January 18, 2018, 11:02 AM   #20
Glenn E. Meyer
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What is often neglected in "force on force" training, it training not to shoot.
That's not true in all cases. Having done quite a bit of that - the good trainers specifically run scenarios with no shoots as the solution, deescalation and the like. I agree that some FOFs become paintball. That is certainly the case when folks design their own. A good one has a plan that involves various action contingencies and SOs who guide the action to avoid such.
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