Edit: alright guys I've been doing this for a while now. I think I'm going to call it right here. Thanks for all the questions I had a blast talking to everyone.

Edit: what's up guys I just woke up. It was a long ass night. I'm going through trying to pick up any questions I missed so if u still want to ask go right ahead.

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burpzinbutts2 karma

You guys want me to answer a few more questions? I got some free time if there's anyone left with questions. I'll be happy to answer.

kidtraze1 karma

Would you shoot an American citizen if ordered by Obama?

burpzinbutts3 karma


jb03561 karma

In the course of my 6 years in the military, I got to train with a few SWAT teams. A lot of their TTPs are questionable, but it is environment from what we deal with.

SWAT has a threat in a know or confined area, where as in combat the threats are everywhere. Still I feel like I did take a few things away from it and it wasn't a complete wasn't of time.

Maybe you should try to team up with some Reserve / Guard units in your area to train with. You will both learn something and broaden your skill sets.

burpzinbutts3 karma

We're actually in the process of hooking up with the local guard unit to do some joint training.

jb03562 karma

Good. Just don't tell them they are "lazering' someone when they point their muzzle at someone. We call it flagging.

burpzinbutts5 karma

We call it BF (buddy fucking)

dcsauce1 karma

Is it true that if you are stopping someone for a minor traffic violation, but then they go inside of their house or park and get out of the car at their house, you can't give them a ticket?

Also, as a SWAT member, have you ever been fired upon?

burpzinbutts1 karma

In Louisiana not true. You can still give a ticket. And on SWAT fortunately no I've never been shot at or had to shoot at anyone.