14 July 2010

URBAN WARFARE -- Marines Patrol Crime Ridden Gang Territory -- LOS ANGELES!

Police Patrolling American City Have Lessons Useful For Combat

In a secret training exercise lasting about a week, police officers and members of the military worked the streets of LA together. Members of the United States Marine Corps went on patrol with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

Covering some of the roughest, toughest neighborhoods, the idea was to give the combat trained troops skills in dealing with individuals that are more criminal than military combatant.

During the exercise, the Marines wore civilian clothes and were never ID'd as being members of the military.

While the idea of police training the military is interesting, it also has some disturbing connotations. This time the Marines were merely unarmed observers, but what's next?

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