The following is a tack-on observation to the prior post Fightin’ Words: Clausewitz & “Suspicious” Discipline.
“Battle is an orgy of disorder. No level lawns or marker flags exist to aid us strut ourselves in vain display, but rather groups of weary wandering men seek gropingly for means to kill their foe. The sudden change from accustomed order to utter disorder—to chaos, but emphasizes the folly of schooling to precision and obedience where only fierceness and habituated disorder is useful.”-General George S. Patton, from his lecture “Why Men Fight,” given on October 27, 1927.
It is with the above in mind that our “THE OUTER LIMITS: Chaos Drills for Street-Survival” & our No Second Chance Program was constructed.
70+ Drill templates to run any curriculum through to see what shakes out in the mix.
If it survives contact with the chaos drill—That is a tactic or strategy that is good to go!
If it crumbles or decays more than 20% under an Outer Limits drill, also good to know. You know what to cull.