“There [is] no “OODAing” or “thinking faster” anything about that. The thinking faster comes from already having your decisions made and simply picking from a menu.” — Claude Werner
Claude Werner, the tactical professor, is back to school us all on the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) loop that is commonly taught in firearms classes as a simplistic decision-making process. Claude, a subject matter expert on Col. Boyd and his OODA process, explains what Boyd intended with the process and how the gun industry has warped his after-action assessment into something it was never intended to be. Claude enlightens us to what is effective in pre-attack attack planning so that we might avoid negative outcomes.
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