Long Range Surveillance Techniques!
Learn tips and techniques from Dave Rabine tonight on The Gun Show. Long Range Surveillance Detachments were originally called LRRP’s (Long Rang Reconnaissance Patrols) & were in the U.S. Army as part of 1st Cavalry Divison & 2nd Ranger Battalion, after Vietnam they were Deactivated at Fort Hood, & about year later reactivated at the 2nd Ranger Battalion. The purpose of a Lrrp is to go deep behind enemy lines & gather intelligence, target acquisition(possilbe enemy high ranking officer), done with small 2-4 or 4-6 man teams that were highly skilled in camo & patrolling techniques. Learn about and how to use these techniques to better your chances of survival!
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