Originally Posted by Wounded Ronin
Also, recognize that there was almost NO actual "live action" shots of the camp due to the last-minute loss of instructors and role-players. Most of the pics that you see were "staged" after the fact---and many were actually staged BADLY. LOL
Nowhere in what we taught did we teach people to go to a knee during CQB, or any of some of the other "questionable" stuff that you saw in some of those pics. Just remember that a lot of them were tongue firmly planted in cheek. Especially the CQB pics.
Errr... Sorry boss was just having fun aiming for Brian's peter.. my eyes are not as good as they used to be.
Yeah, after looking at the pics I realized we dont have live shots..... So Camp Skeletor will remain the best kept secret on this site.
Snaps you guys did Landnav???
We probably shouldn't have waited till the very end to stage the shots. I think we were all tired and in a hurry to get it wrapped up. I know by that point I could no longer feel my feet.
Originally Posted by Lord Skeletor
In the instructor's defense, nowhere in the curriculum was I told to confront a knife-wielding attacker by standing bolt-upright with my barrel 2 inches from their chest. However, I would like to point out that I was totally checking the ceiling on the room clear shots.
Yes, they taught us how to plot out points and the distance between them on a map as well as pace counting and using a compass to find the points we plotted.
Originally Posted by dwkfym
Last edited by money; 9/20/2011 8:55am at .
Awesome. I did some orienteering competitions in boy scouts. It wasn't serious, the competitions were mainly like go from point A to here. We were local to the terrain and sorta knew where we should end up. We'd usually win by getting lucky with picking the routes, and just running as much as the trails as we could.
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