posted on Mar, 31 2012 @ 06:30 AM
Originally posted by Stanger1234
I've seached on this web-site and I've read some topics, but none acctually confirms this answer: "Is there, or has there ever been, a super
soldier program? Like during WWII uptill now? "
If so, could you give me some material so that I can read about it? Like books, trusty web-site's and so on. :-)
If by "super soldier" you mean weird and hinky career-limiting projects, oh my yes.
The biggest cluster of career ending opportunities that I recall was 81-83 at Ft Bragg. LOTS of openings for weird super soldierness. The ones that
immediately come to mind was the optimal path training (actually pretty cool and at least somewhat useful if you were any good at it), there was a
project designed to build a bunch of expert personas into someone so that you could switch between various Batman-ish roles such as a hardcore CQC guy
with no remorse or pity, a totally chilled sniper, an explosives guy, a wall climber etc. A 'don't perceive this as dangerous' mindset trick "If you
can walk a 2x4 on the ground, I want a soldier that can do the same thing 50' in the air just as easily". Of course the E7 in charge of the pit
obstacle had the Ba Gua goat killing trick. A remote viewing thing, invisibility (not exactly, but effectively). Seems like I'm forgetting some.
Of all of the crap that you could become sadly eligible to participate in, the 'dont see me' trick and the optimal path thing were the two jewels of
all of it, and even those were odd.
edit to add:
Your key to weirdness is "Uncle Al" Albert Stubblebine. Try adding "Virginia Satir" and "NLP" to searches.
edit on 31-3-2012 by Bedlam because:
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