Military: Why Inspections aren’t a good thing If your workspace is clean and functional enough for your entire command, day in and day out, why is it not good enough for a NEW command or for a guest inspection??? Answer below… Imagine this: You joined the military because you thought this country needed your help.
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Bureaucracy Indicator – Just Listen to the Hallway Talk… You know the truth, you just have to allow yourself to see it… and hear it. I have an experiment that will help set your mind a little more free. Your employer does not care about you. In every bureaucracy there are two types of people.
Your government doesn’t care about you “Member’s Responsibility”. Today we are judging the priorities of government bureaucracies based on their own actions and we’re going to see if they add up to them giving a shit about you… This is going to be a heated rant today. Let’s start off with the fucking bane of
Mental and Physical Space -An essay on Leadership Our brains and our belts and the trunks of our cars are ONLY so big… you fucking bureaucrats… Let’s talk about the battle between real life operations and pretend land that so many people struggle with. Context These issues will likely apply everywhere with field operations and
11 Reasons Why I Promote the Open Source Skill Sets That I Teach Some points to defend phrases like “How dare you, bad guys can use these techniques!”. So let’s just start a dialogue and do some critical thinking and view some different perspectives. It’s gonna be fun 😉 I’ve divided this into 11
So how are the most important people the least important? This one is tongue in cheek. It goes both way (much like some of my former girlfriends). FIRST OFF: The people that by rank and command think they are the most important who in fucking RL (Real Life) only get in the way of the mission
If I asked you what type of leader you are would you have an answer? If I asked you what principles you lead by would you have that answer??? It’s fine if you don’t but take a second and ask yourself that before you dive into our new series here on “Leadership Principles from the Field”.
Many people that both support and attack the Military and Law Enforcement Officers take GREAT steps in assuming that they are “trained” for a large number of issues. “Training” in government jobs is one of the most subjective terms I have ever heard. Let’s talk about the MANY many problems with this quote. A long article
War is a Racket by Brigadier General Smedley D. Butler Just as important as being a bad ass and kicking down doors, is knowing why you are doing it and knowing that you are just and righteous. Tactical Book Club, yup that’s right. This one isn’t about cool SWAT guys or catching burglars or lock picking
A review of the book “How to Disappear” by Frank Ahearn. This website is called “Uncensored” for a reason. I’m sick of the PC bullshit, and because I am a little vague about what I do for a living, I am able to work two separate government jobs and talk shit about my command and