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The SITREP 3-3 Fundamentals of Leadership

https://youtu.be/hE_lhlYoWB0 Primary & Secondary presents The SITREP Part 3: The panel discusses nuances of leadership as viewed from law enforcement, military, and corporate vantages. Panel: Roland Bill Blowers - http://tap-rack.com/ John “Chappy” Chapman - http://www.rcsgear.com Mike Martin - http://store.appalachiantraining.com/ Richard Mason - Direct Action Resource Center (DARC) Matt 00:00 - The seriousness of leadership 11:00 - Mission Planning Risk Assessment 39:00 - Evaluating your team / turnover 47:30 - Leadership style shift on the fly https://primaryandsecondary.com Music by Beta Chicks - Post Casio Hangover
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An Armed Citizen’s Guide to the Online Firearms Galaxy

The internet is a wide open space with few rules and little supervision. Things in the real world such as credibility, lineage, and integrity can easily be counterfeited on the net and replaced with followers, likes, and SEO. If your hobby is of little consequence like, let’s say watch collecting, then the detriment in following the advice of false experts reaches no further than a monetary loss. Conversely, following the advice of a self-appointed snake-oil salesman peddling tactical garbage can have far more grave consequences. But how does an unwashed, firearms neophyte find reliable, vetted info on the interwebs? How does one ask questions in Facebook groups, forums, etc. without getting smacked down? How does one avoid cultish dogma that inhibits evolution and adaptability? What the f*ck does “Stay in your lane” mean anyway? This article will be a quick attempt to help those self-defense minded yet novice citizens traverse the dangerous fjords of the internet to find useful information regarding their training and gear choices. Why Should You Listen to Me? Here is your first lesson. Vet the person. Before you decide to listen, employ, use or buy information from a person it is imperative to do some research.

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The SITREP 3-2 Fundamentals of Leadership

https://youtu.be/2wBwnqlFhW0 On iTunes and http://traffic.libsyn.com/primaryandsecondary/The_SITREP_3-2_Fundamentals_of_Leadership.mp3 Primary & Secondary presents The SITREP Part 2: The panel discusses nuances of leadership as viewed from law enforcement, military, and corporate vantages. Panel: Roland Bill Blowers - http://tap-rack.com/ John Chapman - http://www.rcsgear.com Mike Martin - http://store.appalachiantraining.com/ Richard Mason - Direct Action Resource Center (DARC) Matt 00:00 - instilling a fighting spirit 24:00 - Leading by example 42:30 - Selfless leaders 51:00 - The guys under you 56:00 - Leadership in the USMC https://primaryandsecondary.com Music by Beta Chicks - Post Casio Hangover
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The SITREP 3-1 Fundamentals of Leadership

https://youtu.be/u_CYMESIJmc Also in audio form on iTunes and http://primaryandsecondary.libsyn.com/the-sitrep-3-1-fundamentals-of-leadership Part 1: The panel discusses nuances of leadership as viewed from law enforcement, military, and corporate vantages. Panel: Roland Bill Blowers - http://tap-rack.com/ John “Chappy” Chapman - http://www.rcsgear.com Mike Martin - http://store.appalachiantraining.com/ Richard Mason - Direct Action Resource Center (DARC) Matt https://primaryandsecondary.com Like, Subscribe, Share
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P&S ModCast 21-1 Paul Gardner, USMC

https://youtu.be/em2GcmxeRHY Primary & Secondary ModCast Speaking with Paul Gardner (0311 USMC) about the 2003 gunfight in Iraq that left him paralyzed. http://www.warriorbenefit.org/ Things to consider: Was his reload causing an issue? Was his magazine orientation in the pouch creating an issue? Did his body position cause unneeded danger? How did he describe his hit on the second engagement? Why did he describe it that way? Could aimed fire have changed the outcome? How could trained buddy aid have helped the situation? Could additional firearms training outside what was provided have changed the outcome?
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Ihor Balaban

A year ago today we lost a great man, Ihor Balaban. This video is recorded from his prospective while training at DARC in October 2013. If you listen, you can hear his muffled voice under his gasmask. We are using this video as the intro for some if our more serious podcasts. RIP https://youtu.be/UoDfBWli_I4
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P&S ModCast: 1-1 Instructors & Institutional Inertia

ModCast! Knowledge Bombs were dropped, many egos will be hurt. This was recorded on 02/15/16 and edited from 4 hours and 40 minutes of footage. Two more videos will be published from this night. The format was casual chat with some questions from viewers. https://youtu.be/Cm7AFb_ZoAI  
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