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Website: maxvelocitytactical.com Blog: maxvelocitytactical.com\blog The author is a lifelong soldier with extensive military experience. He has served in both the British and US Armies. He served with British Special Operations Forces, mainly with the Parachute Regiment which is Britain’s elite quick reaction force and which also provides support to the UK Tier 1 Special Forces, the Special Air Service. The author served on six operational deployments, including to Afghanistan immediately post-9/11, and also a tour training and selecting recruits for the Regiment. In explaining what the Parachute Regiment is, it is easiest to compare it in role to the 75th Ranger Regiment, although it is of course its own unique and elite force.He retired from the British Army in 2003. Following retirement, the author spent five years serving as a security contractor in both Iraq and Afghanistan. This included working on contract for the US Government in Iraq, a year of which was based out of Fallujah, the rest variously based out of Baghdad and country-wide, and also two years working for the British Government in Helmand Province and Kabul, Afghanistan. These roles were operational security roles that included exposure to multiple different training methods and operational schools of thought, as well as both high profile and low profile mobile operations across Iraq and Afghanistan. The author then joined the U.S. Army and trained as a Combat Medic and Civil Affairs Specialist, he is a U.S. Citizen and lives in the United States. The author is a family man with a strong interest in prepping. This comes from a desire to prepare for the worst while living to the best in our current society. This book springs from the author’s ruminations on the need to keep his own family safe and survive any coming apocalyptic event, and a desire to share this knowledge with other law abiding folk. The intent is not at all to train you as a special ops team; much of the manual is written with the presence of young kids in mind. However, as the manual progresses it will give you the skills to train and operate a tactical team that will be able to conduct necessary operations beyond the family sphere.
This book is essentially the author's blog, cut and pasted into a word processor. The information is well thought-out, the organization of topics cogent, but Max really, REALLY... Read morePublished 4 days ago by 53GR Images
Almost to much info. Starts to get dull. Yeah, I know it is a training manual. But some of the stuff just goes on and on.Published 10 days ago by Randy S. Rusnak
It's like he answered every question I had. I wish I hadnt wasted time w the other 100 crappy books on he subject. Can't wait for anything else he produces.Published 1 month ago by BRIAN W DAVIS
Very informative, worth the price. Thick as a phone book and chock full of info for defense, offense, preferred loadout, how to get in shape, and so much more.Published 1 month ago by Firestar
I suck at leaving reviews.
So far, I have went through it rather quickly and from what little bit that I did read, the author seems to be dead on. Read more
Well thought out and organized, written in a style that is simultaneously technical and conversational.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Fundamentals that you can tailor to your own chance of surviving when it happens.Published 2 months ago by D. Hill
Lots of great information for those wishing to be prepared to protect a group and retreat when the shtf.Published 2 months ago by heathplumb