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Tag Archives: Army

  • What is Mental Resilience Training?

    Soldier crawling through mud

    Throughout this article, it’s important to bear in mind the definition of resilience, and just as importantly, what resilience ISN’T. By definition, resilience is ‘the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness’. When describing shapes, resilience is comparable to elasticity and an ability to spring back into shape. Equally important to note, resilience doesn’t necessarily mean to tolerate or endure i.e. grin and bear it. Nor does it mean to avoid trauma and be resistant to change.

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  • How do Bomb Suits Work?

    Bomb suit with explosion in background

    Bomb suits, otherwise known as Explosive Ordnance Disposal suits, are the culmination of years of innovation in battlefield technology. They capitalise on using state of the art materials in their construction, along with being cleverly designed to minimise the effects of an explosion on the wearer. As seen in various films and TV shows throughout the years, most notably in 2008’s The Hurt Locker, the humble bomb suit is something that we think doesn’t get enough credit. Therefore, in this article, we’ll be looking at what goes into making one and how the technologies work together to keep the wearer as safe as possible.

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  • The Role of Military Psychologists

    Military boarding a plane

    At first glance, psychology and the military can seem somewhat unrelated. Being part of the military often requires exceptional physical performance, especially from younger and newer recruits. Whether this is running, swimming, parachuting or any other physical exertion, having strong physical power and lasting endurance are vital assets of being effective in a military role. However, something that is often overlooked is the psychological side of being part of the military. In this article, we look at the role of military psychologists and how they use their skills to further their country's military power.

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  • What are Private Militaries?

    Private Military standing on tanks

    Although it sounds like something taken straight of a futuristic film or novel, private military companies (PMCs) are in fact a real thing and have been operating across the world for some time. A PMC is a private company that provides security services and armed combat assistance for money. In this article, we explore how the now massive, global industry was born and look to uncover exactly what it is the contractors do to earn their keep.

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  • Sig Sauer MPX & MCX C02 Rifle Overview

    Dan takes a look at Sig sauer's brand new MPX & MCX in .177 & .22 Dan takes a look at Sig sauer's brand new MPX & MCX

    After a long wait Dan is back from fighting bears in America and straight into another gun overview. This time Dan takes a look at the highly anticipated Sig Sauer MPX and MCX in black, .177... only. Sig Sauer are yet to release a date for the Tan and .22 models. In the video Dan draws attention to the very realistic and fantastic build quality of both rifles. Continue reading

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