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“Essentially, the commanders at those critical training centers transformed the so-called "mission rehearsal exercises" from a series of traditional, offensive and defensive force-on-force engagements to the kind of the continuous, complex counterinsurgency missions units were going to conduct downrange.”
“Van Cleave took a "force-on-force" training course, and he wrote about the scenarios the class went through, and he pointed out that they mostly didn't come out too well.”
“Also, I think Lind in a paper on a true light infantry marine corps, had promtions slanted 60%-40% between two battaliions based upon who one the free force-on-force game.”
“We are taking on an enemy that is no longer wanting to meet the United States Air Force force-on-force, big-on-big.”
“But the aging leadership, however, has resisted our efforts and remained satisfied with continuing to do what they have done for years: train for force-on-force warfare with a premium on grounds forces and armor.”
“Petraeus noted that a normal war game model was designed for conventional force-on-force conflict.”
“Even those trying to do the right things often do them in the wrong way; for example, I've seen force-on-force training with marking pistols done as what amounts to a giant game of capture the flag, rather than realistic scenario-based training.”
“It stands for "combat support associates" and its website says, employees at all levels have dedicated themselves to a wide range of assignments, from maintaining tactical equipment such as tanks, to supporting information systems, to conducting force-on-force and live-fire exercise and training programs, to providing security, environmental services, rations, uniforms and even barbed wire, as well as organizing recreational programs and special events for soldiers”
“The Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration said on May 9 that the "force-on-force exercise" at Livermore "highlighted a number of areas that require immediate attention.”
“And one of the biggest flaws discovered in the "force-on-force" exercise was apparently the failure of a Gatling gun. had an idea that Gatling guns belonged to the 19th century, invented as they were during the Civil War.”
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