You can give children rifles but that doesn’t make them soldiers. You can give them books on how to use rifles, you can provide them Army manuals such as the Special Forces Handbook and the Ranger Hand Book Sh 21-76, and you can even buy them fatigues and dog tags, but they will never be soldiers until them receive training, have experiences, are proven in battle. Becoming a soldier requires discipline, discretion, and the sort of passion that is only had by experimenting, making mistakes, learning, and building muscle memory.
We at Abraham Harrison don’t like to keep our tactics, techniques, and strategies in a black box. We like sharing our process with our clients and even on our blogs and web sites. We’re proud of being open book and open kimono.
In much the same that the US Army publishes manuals such as the Special Forces Handbook and the Ranger Hand Book Sh 21-76, neither of which are secret or private, AHLLC feels comfortable publishing a lot of our process, techniques, tactics, and strategy. Just because you read a tactical guide written by the Navy for special operation warfare, it doesn’t make you a Navy Seal.
If you give children rifles, it doesn’t make them soldiers.