Another interesting read
To lengthy to post every little tid bit. Just one of the sections I found interesting.
CIVIL DISTURBANCE OPERATIONS
Subcourse Number MP 1005
United States Army Military Police School
Fort McClellan, Alabama 36205-5030
6 Credit Hours
Edition Date: April 2006
PLAN OPERATIONS TO CONTROL A CIVIL DISTURBANCE
PART A – PLANNING
1. Mission of Military Forces during Civil Disturbances. The mission of military forces during civil
disturbances, both in CONUS and OCONUS, which cannot be overly emphasized, is to help local and state
authorities to restore and maintain law and order. This mission may be accomplished by breaking up
unauthorized gatherings and by patrolling the disturbance area to prevent the commission of lawless acts.
During operations to restore order, military forces may present a show of force, establish roadblocks, break up
crowds, employ crowd control agents, patrol, serve as security forces or reserves, and perform other operations
as required. Successful fulfillment of the missions will depend to a large extent upon sufficient planning,
training, police information, and coordinated actions of individuals and units.
PART D - Operational Techniques/Application of Force
(2) The use of deadly force is authorized only under conditions of extreme necessity and as a last resort
when all lesser means have failed or cannot be reasonably be employed. Deadly force is justified under
one or more of the following circumstances:
(c) Assets not involving national security but inherently dangerous to others. When deadly force
reasonably appears to be necessary to prevent the actual theft or sabotage of resources, such as
operable weapons or ammunition, that are inherently dangerous to others; i.e., assets that, in the
hands of an unauthorized individual, present a substantial potential danger of death or serious bodily
harm to others. Examples include high risk portable and lethal missiles, rockets, arms, ammunition,
explosives, chemical agents, and special nuclear material.
Oath-Keepers membership is growing.
Please keep them coming, that was an interesting read and your finds are educational. We may well find ourselves under the curse of living in interesting times, but can't we learn from past mistakes?
I hope not for all.
Use the main site address on the link lewisipso provided, lots more stuff there. Thanks lew. :)
Thanks guys. I am not a google fu kind of a person. I don't care to post controversial things that come from what Bubba's cousins uncle said. I try and be careful at the items I post. Everyone can put it in whatever context they like.