posted on Apr, 3 2014 @ 04:06 PM
The 'brother' of the guy in the ad has posted on another site that this is just something they do all the time, recruiting for these training
exercises. He had to turn off his phone and delete the ads because he was getting a huge number of abusive phone calls.
It would be interesting to find out if this particular drill went down on the mentioned days, though.
Maybe if people are still getting shot and killed in these drills, they don't work all that well as far as determent or training in handling these
situations. If the military people KNOW that the injuries are fake and the threat is fake, how does that really help in training, except getting
people used to the adrenaline rush and running around all day faking responses? Medical personnel certainly don't treat a fake injury in the same
manner and using up the same amount of time, as a real one requires.
For all the money these things cost, perhaps a better use for the money could be found, like more actual mental health treatment, given that 22 vets
on average commit suicide every day... or better security on base?