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Website: maxvelocitytactical.com Blog: maxvelocitytactical.blogspot.com 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; 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 with a stringent and notoriously arduous selection and training process. The author passed both Parachute Regiment selection and also UK Special Forces Aptitude Selection during his career. During this time, he also trained and operated with US Forces. 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. This included exposure to, and operations with and for, US and Coalition forces. 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.



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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 disaster preparedness and military tactics.

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22 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
mirror image of "Contact" 14 février 2013
Par culdee - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
A few months back I bought "Contact" by Max velocity and it indeed a Gem. So I decided to buy "Rapid Fire" thinking it would be a more advanced book, and extention of "Contact." Lo and behold it is "Contact" with minimal additional content and about 90% exactly duplicate content. So I cannot say it is a bad book, because it isn't. But I think this needs to be pointed out so that others do not make the same mistake I did. I am going to give the new book to my son-in-law so it will not be a waste of money but it was a disappointment for sure.
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Just about covers it all--great basic intel. Buy it! 26 novembre 2012
Par Raderman1 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Though it may be very basic in parts and designed for civilians, the author does a great job of translating military jargon for civvies right from the start-- so much so, that the rest of the book is an easy 'outside looking in' read. Even a vet will enjoy the whole Contractor/Military stories the author includes.

Most of the "Been there, Done that!" crew don't like to talk about it but the author yields, with more than sufficient detail, exactly what someone buying this book would want and need to know and does so without being boring or dry. Highly recommended as it is an easy read and never speaks down to anyone who hasn't had combat experience.
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An edited copy of Contact! 26 mai 2013
Par X-Wonderbug - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
While the book is an excellent instructional manual on small unit tactics, it is simply a rehash of the material contained in Contact!, his other book published the same year. Better off just buying Contact!.
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Definitely a gem! 27 octobre 2012
Par R.J. Godlewski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Occasionally, a "self-published" style book turns out to be a gem. This definitely qualifies in that regard and remains superior to many more academic (read that, unrealistic) texts. Whether read as a complete tactical guide or simply scanned through as a survival reference, this is a must for any professional's library.
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An Excellent Prepper's Guide 23 octobre 2012
Par jiaomen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am an old "11 bush-beater" and this book helped me to remember a lot of things I had forgotten. The author also explains everything in easy to follow steps. This book should be an essential part in everyone's preparation for hard times.
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