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Decision Making and Dealing with Ambiguity

Decision Making and Dealing with Ambiguity

“Ambiguity is central to Boyd’s vision… not something to be feared but something that is a given…We never have complete and perfect information. The best way to succeed is to revel in ambiguity.” –Grant Hammond, The Mind of War: John Boyd and America…
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Tips to roll your own med kit

Tips to roll your own med kit

“Everyday Medical” A conversation I had recently went something like this: Them: “A med kit? Why do I need a med kit?” Me: “Because you could get injured or see someone else get hurt.” Them: “Well, I carry my CCW gun and all of my EDC stuff and…
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Additions and “Nice to Haves” for Med Kits

Additions and “Nice to Haves” for Med Kits

I’m often asked during our Direct Action Response Training courses what items should be added-to and/or carried along with a good medical kit. While our focus is to keep med kits small, easily carried, and accessible, there are some items that are n…
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