Old 11-24-2007, 18:54   #1
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I've read a few times of special forces operators encountering civilians during missions, letting them go, and subsequently facing enemy forces as a result of doing so. This may be secret agent movie stuff, but wouldn't something like a non-lethal, temporarily incapacitating injection work in that situation?
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Old 11-24-2007, 19:06   #2
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Old 11-24-2007, 19:10   #3
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Old 11-24-2007, 20:05   #5
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Yeah, we keep the knockout gas in the locker with the nuclear bullets and the magic beans.

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Old 11-24-2007, 21:55   #6
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Yeah, we keep the knockout gas in the locker with the nuclear bullets and the magic beans.

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Well, some nuclear bullets would fit in a locker...

http://xmb.stuffucanuse.com/xmb/viewthread.php?tid=4518
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Old 11-24-2007, 21:59   #7
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Well, some nuclear bullets would fit in a locker...

http://xmb.stuffucanuse.com/xmb/viewthread.php?tid=4518
Uh oh. You just brought up Co. M.'s favorite weapon!

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Old 11-25-2007, 06:27   #8
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Uh oh. You just brought up Co. M.'s favorite weapon!

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Noooooooo, it's a flash back. Back to a time and place where one could boil water in issued head gear, entrenching tools had wooden handles, you could wear a P-38 on your dog tag chain without having someone go apoplectic, friction tape was used both on hockey sticks and to subdue noise on web gear connectors, back when there was a mess hall, when the morning report was the most critical piece of paper produced in a company sized unit, when kiwi was a barracks survival necessity and not a fruit, when footlockers displayed items no one ever used but everyone had to have all the time in the proper position, briefings were given by using a stick and scratching out the game plan in the dirt or using ponchos and chalk which did not require batteries and graphics skills on a laptop, when power point was the index finger of the 1SG when he singled out folks for extra duty, and when yes, there was a Davey Crocket and no it could not fit in the wall locker because it was not part of the authorized wall locker display.
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Old 11-25-2007, 09:33   #9
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Hello,

I've read a few times of special forces operators encountering civilians during missions, letting them go, and subsequently facing enemy forces as a result of doing so. This may be secret agent movie stuff, but wouldn't something like a non-lethal, temporarily incapacitating injection work in that situation?
MVS2,

It's real simple, you comply with our requests (as stated above) and then we might answer.

Then again we might not.

We do not normally discuss current operational techniques, tactics or procedures (TTP’s) and had you been on our board longer than two days and read some you would have figured that out. (You might seek out Ranger haney and ask him, he thinks its ok to discuss Special Operations TTP’s with the general public as long as it lines his pockets with gold.)

This is not military.com or just any special operations website as I’m sure you now understand. We will not allow this board to denigrate into a free for all and will not entertain questions we feel are ill-conceived, unintelligent or fall under the category of techniques, tactics or procedures.

We are not here for anyone’s entertainment or to answer research questions. Had you read the auto email response you received when you registered on ProfessionalSoldiers.com this would have been crystal clear, it’s quite apparent you did not.

And now your post becomes another example of “How not to post on ProfessionalSoliers.com.

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