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Smartbook: Guerrilla Hunter Killer

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17 October 2012

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    Heath · 6 years ago
    Read the foreword that Colonel Tunnell wrote first then start reading and visualing the battlefield. I was in the woods today and broke many branches off the trees into smaller sticks and stuck them in the ground and when I stood up. My eyes were opened at what the sticks represented tactics, stragetries and mindset and anticipating the enemy's movements etc. you will be amazed and wonder why Colonel Tunnell is not with his men destroying the enemy.
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    Heath · 6 years ago
    I used pine, maple and fir sticks to represent tactics, stragetries and mindset then when done reading the colonel's e-book. Different leaves put on the sticks represented what could be done to destroy the enemy.
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    Heath · 6 years ago
    The farming aspects of an agricultural society makes sense. I would imagine in wartime, farm crops are even more important than people realize. Farm crops as in food.
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    Oscar · 6 years ago
    Somebody took most of what the Army's been doing wrong at put it in the Army's language! I'm going to share this with all my fellow officers and senior NCOs!

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