Dustin had the opportunity and honor to sit down with a truly great American, Kyle Lamb, on the Viking Tactics Inc. Team VTAC Podcast to discuss the new book, Hitting in Combat.
Article 056 – Tactics is a word that is often thrown around. Unfortunately, this frequently happens without much understanding of what it actually means.
Article 055 – Police use of force training is provably ineffective. We can fix it—but not by destroying the criminal justice system.
Article 054 – Firearms qualifications used by most professional organizations are not just unrelated to real world firearms use, they are a significant part of the problem…
Article 053 – Proposing a model for understanding stress-related neural processing in tactical settings.
Article 052 – Fixing it can become the common ground we seek.
Article 051 – There has been a lot of work on performing under stress the past few decades. Some of it may need to be reexamined.
Article 050 – Whether what we are doing works or not depends heavily on what the definition of success looks like. Why do we still not have an answer?
Article 049 – On the job training and mentoring programs work when two conditions are met. The mentor must know how to do and teach the task well, and the task must frequently be performed on the job. Neither of these apply to firearms training.
Article 048 – “Failure to train is one of the biggest areas of liability in law enforcement.” If this is true, then why does law enforcement continue to use training methods that don’t work?