SPECIAL OPERATIONS: WEAPONS AND TACTICS
Author: Timothy J. Mullin
Publisher: MBI Publishing, Jan 2003
Highly illus. guide covers the full experience of special operations training from every possible angle. 189 illus; 8x10 inches, 176 pgs.
? The tactics and equipment of Special Forces explained in full
? Written by an expert with more than 40 years in the field
? Contains 200 images of weaponry and training
This highly illustrated guide covers the full experience of special operations training from every possible angle. First-hand expert Mullin dissects the key components of special ops training and the variables that come into play when perfecting technique--from reducing ammo loading times to identifying weaknesses in an enemy's kit. His analysis, infused with personal anecdotes, takes in the full spectrum of military operations, including maritime missions, and the rural vs. urban battlefield. There is also considerable information on nonfirearm usage, such as specialized armor and ammunition.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Timothy J. Mullin has served as chief of police for the St. Louis area and established a modern firearms training program for law enforcement authorities. He has written numerous articles on the tactical and legal implications of using firearms, and among his many books are Testing the War Weapons--Rifles and Light Machine Guns from around the World and the 100 Greatest Combat Pistols.