The U.S. Army Special Forces the Green Berets fought a secret war in the Kingdom of Laos from 1959 through 1974. Their strategic mission was to prevent the country from toppling over to the communist side or at least keep it neutral while U.S. conventional forces fought next door in South Vietnam.
An eyeopening part of the conversation for example is about establishing a community and encouraging people in these communities to assume certain roles which are analogues to the roles within a green beret Ateam. Almost like a Benedict Option without the mutual signalling or complete separation at least initially.
The Green Berets hosted the jungle training with Triana and other Team Kadena Airmen assigned to the 18th Wing as part of the Green Berets continuous combat readiness program. They specialize in the full spectrum of special operations throughout the IndoPacific Theater. U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Peter Reft
A U.S. Army Green Beret from 1st Battalion 1st Special Forces Group Airborne and Air Force Staff Sgt. Mike Triana independent duty medical technician paramedic from the 67th Fighter Squadron establish a security perimeter during a small unit tactics exercise Aug. 21 2019 at the Jungle Warfare Training Center Camp Gonsalves Japan.
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About the author Clay Martin is a former Marine and Green Beret retiring out of 3rd Special Forces Group. He is a multidecade and service sniper as well as 3Gun competitor and Master ranked shooter in USPSA Production. In addition to writing about guns he is the author of Last Son of The War God a novel about shooting people that deserve it.
In doing so he does a good job bridging the gap between military lingo/SOP and regularfolks needs. Like the subtitle of the book describes the book really does read like a Green Berets guide to urban survival and I believe you couldnt ask for a better instructor in these matters.
If you have The Green beret Magazines Volume V 1970 it shows many camp members wearing ERDLs around camp and at Da Nang and Na Trang also. yea but most of the time you see em worn in Thailand Ive got the 197273 Low Profile year book and 99 of the troops are wearing the ERDLs I39ll see if I can find you some pix
When conventional war tactics failed in the foreign jungle terrain Green Berets stepped up. They were the ones responsible for training the South Vietnamese in unconventional warfare also known as guerrilla warfare. Since Vietnam Green Berets have fought in every knownand many unknownconflicts the US has been involved with.
Concrete Jungle functions as a field manual that anyone military or civilian can pick up and digest into actionable information. Clay has leveraged his bona fide credentials and experience to provide the audience with factbased authentic concepts regarding the application of survival techniques.