BDN Guerrilla Camp Handbook

March 5, 2019 | Author: Ron Collins | Category: Company (Military Unit), Corporal, Platoon, Military Rank, Sniper
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The camp handbook for the Black Dragon Ninjitsun 2011 Camp on Guerrilla Warfare and Modern Ninjitsu by Sensei Ron Collin...


Handbook June 2011

Guerrilla Warfare...

By   Shihan Ron Collins Omoto-Ryu Black Dragon Dojo  Main Street, Beckley WV 25801

Guerrilla Warfare: Guerrilla Warfare Warfare is a form of irregular warfare & refers to conflicts in which small groups or a group of combatants including but not limited to, armed civilians (also called “irregulars”) use military tactics like; ambushes, raids, assassination, sabotage, maneuver warfare tactics & espionage methods to achieve a high degree of mobility an harass a larger and less mobile military force or strike vulnerable & k ey targets then withdraw before the enemy has time to retaliate.

The term guerrilla is Spanish for little war & has been described as a codified concept from the 18th century but with far older o lder roots in history... Ninjitsu:  Ninjitsu is a modern martial art, for of budo, that mixes the strategy and tactics of historical ninjitsu; stealth, evasion, infiltration, escape, survival, psychological manipulation, scouting, sabotage, espionage & commando-style guerrilla tactics to achieve political and military goals. Ninjitsu skills can be traced back to the Ashuka Period of Japan before the formation of Ryu-ha (Family Schools/Styles) during the Tokugawa Tokugawa Period & has been a huge hug e Influence on the modern world wo rld thanks so the Japanese Intelligence Officer named Seiko Fujita a former instructor at the famed Nakano School of Espionage in WW2 Japan. Ninjitsu & Guerrilla Warfare in the 20 th Century: Under Seiko Fujita many espionage agents (spies) and commandos were taught the skills of ninjitsu; specifically depersonalization, manipulation, intelligence gathering, escape, evasion & infiltration, etc. The espionage agents of Nakano; trained various gu errilla-cells to fight against Chinese & allied forces during WW2 & was the element which later lead to the creation of the Alamo-Scouts (the basis for modern US Army Special Forces units) and the CIA doctrine involving proxy warfare. Several of the War War Crimes of the Japanese; many more brutal then the acts of the Nazis, was swept under the rug by the trading intelligence about the Russians, Chinese, Americans, British and other nations to Allied Forces. Thus we examine the philosophy of the guerrilla warfare modern and arcane; dealing with the training of proxy forces and the employment of guerrilla-trained proxy forces in the 20th & 21st Century. Militia: A body of citizens enlisted or forced into paramilitary/military service from normal citizenry for  emergencies & distinguished from professional soldiers. Most often, militiamen/guerrilla soldiers have less training & discipline then professional soldiers. Compare the Guerrilla to the Professional Soldier: Skill Skill of the the Abov Above-A e-Aver verag agee Gue Guerri rrilla lla-So -Sold ldier ier::

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Marksmanship; approx. 100 to 200 meter distance Camouflage & Disguise* Improvised Explosive Devises/Booby Traps* Battle Drills; Team Tactics Debriefing & Field Intelligence* Indoctrination & Propaganda*

Physical Fitness Debriefing & Field Intelligence Marksmanship; approx. 300 to 500 meter distance Camouflage Field Fortifications Battle Drills & Tactics; Team Team & Individual First-Aid Hand-to-Hand Combatives Land Navigation Leadership Training Teamwork & Mental Conditioning

*Denotes Specialized Skills...

The Ninjitsu, method of training a guerrilla soldier functions a bit differently especially in the modern world of the information age where modern methods and age-old methods can be blended into a more effective system of training. Ninja-Trained Guerrilla: Martial Arts: Uses forms training to develop fitness and fighting skills; the focus on martial arts training develops discipline & prowess in the individual... Field Craft & Survival: Used to develop survival skills to acquire; 1. Self-Defense (improvised weapons), 2. Shelter (spider hole & lean-to), 3. Water Water (filtering, boiling & finding water) & 4. Food (trapping, hunting & scavenging) from nature without the need for supp ly lines. Booby-traps used to catch animals can use made larger to catch men as well... Stealth & Evasion: Used to teach camouflage, disguise, infiltration, escape & evasion skills... Weapons: Additional training in marksmanship, staff/bayonet, chain, garrote & knife-combat/sentry removal... c ombat principles allows a ninja-trained guerrilla Strategy & Tactics: Both individual tactics and team based combat to act as a “lone wolf” or organized into small teams... Guerrilla-Camp Schedule: Day 1: Arrival, early morning, job to camp site & begin beg in constructing shelters; lean-to & staffs. Trainees, Trainees, begin  by learning basic staff drills and a kata drill; in this case the Kata Dante short form & 5-Element Form. Then trainee's spend a few hours on the 5-strategies; Earth (defense), Wind/Metal (evasion), Fire (attack), Water  Water  (flanking) and Void/W Void/Wood ood (dividing). Trainee's then return to practicing p racticing the Kata Dante & 5-Element Form; then have the form broken down into basic individual techniques. Day 2: Trainees wake up and repeat the days da ys activities at a faster pace, after scavenging wild greens and constructing traps to catch the evening meals. Training Training uses short sticks to begin basic knife-work and  practicing sentry removal skills from; above, below, behind & the front, as well as braiding vines into a fieldexpedient garrote. Tracking prey for the evening meal with sharpened staffs as spears, this forces the trainees to apply team tactics. Followed by navigation by the sun and stars Day 3: Trainees learn the doctrine of maneuver warfare strategies in application of greater skills and begin by  being divided up into teams and lead through a force-on-force “war game” using sticks as “guns.” Followed  by a various individual training drills as outline below to develop a foundation for the individual(s) to continue training on their own. While this does not create excellent marksmen; it does develop an intuitive understanding of strategy & tactics... This is followed by the 5 strategies of inpo; Earth (hiding as quail), qua il), Water Water (hiding as a fox), Wind (hiding as cat), Fire (hiding behind light) & Void Void (disguise & hiding in plain sight). The camp ends en ds with a night-time silent run to leave the camp and allow the trainees to apply the lesson's learned at the camp. •

Training Exercises: Training is a substitute for experience; mistakes in training can be learned from while mistakes in combat are often final... Sparring: Used to develop individual skills in application of martial arts techniques. Sparring Blind-folded: Used to develop intuitive sense of body bod y & prepare the for night time operations. Scenario Drills: War gaming used to develop a sense of purpose and simulate experience to build confidence. •

Individual 5-Element Tactics: Earth: Linear Backward Air/Metal: Diagonal Forward to Opponent's Outside to get behind or Side stepping. Water: Circular to the Side & forward Fire: Straight Forward Void/Wood: Circular to the Side & backward Team 5-Element Tactics: Earth: Double Trap-Line & Hammer-&-Anvil; press the enemy between the counter-assault force and the trapline...

Air/Metal: Bound away under cover-fire & allows the enemy to move forward into a booby trapped kill-zone to be ambushed...

Water: Suppress the enemy and flank them from cover/concealment...

Fire: Surround the enemy and attack from different  points, one point attacking while another retreats to exhaust the enemy in combat...

Void/Wood: Divide into lone operatives to reorganize and harass the enemy from behind the enemy lines. Each individual soldier now becomes the “leader” of a guerrilla band & carries out mission by his own experience and ability. Some soldiers will remain fighting fighting men on a battlefield while others engage in sabotage, espionage & assassination to aid front-line soldiers in their fight against the enemy... Maneuver Warfare Strategies: 1. When When the enemy enemy advance advances; s; we retrea retreat.. t.... 2. When When the enemy enemy retrea retreats; ts; we advan advance. ce... .. 3. When When the the enemy enemy camps; camps; we hara harass. ss... .. 4. When When the enemy enemy tire tiress of battl battle; e; we attac attack... k... 5. Become the the friend friend of enemy's enemy's people; people; while making making the the enemy an enemy enemy of people... people... 6. When When the enemy enemy seek suppo supporte rters; rs; alien alienate ate him.. him.... 7. When an enemy enemy claims claims Strength; Strength; show his weaknesses... weaknesses... 8. When the enemy declares declares weaknes weakness; s; show strength... strength... 9. Conceal Plans Plans & Attack Attack from Hidden Hidden Places; Places; so that the enemy enemy cannot know know where you are... are... 10. Steal the enemy's supplies & equipment; destroy destroy what is you do not take to build up your own forces... Espionage Warfare: 1. The direct direct tactic of war war is necessary necessary only on the the battlefield battlefield,, but only the indirect indirect tactic tactic can lead to to a real and lasting victory... victory... 2. Subvert Subvert anything anything of value in the enemy’s enemy’s country. country. Implicate Implicate the emissaries emissaries of the major major powers in criminal undertakings; undermine their position and destroy their reputations in other ways as well; and expose them to the public ridicule of the their fellow citizens... 3. Do not shun shun the aid of even even the lowest lowest and most most despicable despicable people. people. Disrupt Disrupt the the work of their  their  government with every means you can... 4. Spread Spread disunity and and dispute among among the citizens citizens of the enemy’s enemy’s country. country. Turn Turn the young against the the old. Use every means to destroy their arms, their supplies, and discipline of the enemy’ enem y’ss forces... 5. Debase old old traditions traditions and and accepted accepted gods. Be generous generous with with promise promisess and rewards rewards to purchase purchase intelligence and accomplices. Send out your secret ag ents in all directions. Do not skimp with money or with promises, for they yield a high return... 6. Do not harm the enemy's enemy's populati population on but engage his soldier soldierss when possible; possible; this this allows allows you to claim to to  be fighting in service to his people and to make them your allies... The Guerrilla-Soldier's Kit: When referring to the Guerrilla's kit I am referring to the basic items used by the guerrilla in the field that make the best of the skills taught in the basic three day camp. These items are acquired by the guerrilla and are divided up into three categories; combat items, support items & specialized items. The basic guerrilla kits is outline here; Combat Gear: Rifle or Carbine: Most commonly the STEN light machine gun which can be made from items acquired at a hardware store or any semi-auto battle-rifle like the AR15, AK47, M14, Mosin-Nagant or similar. Magazines or Ammo Pouches: A means of loading or reloading one's rifle or carbine... Knife: A basic tool for cutting and sentry removal... Pistol: If possible have a pistol for infiltration drills, so that you have a weapon easily concealed... Support Gear: Canteen: Used to carry water for drinking... Poncho: Can be used to make a field expedient shelter... Mess Kit: If all else all you need is a small pot, a can opener and a spoon...

Pencil & Note Pad: For taking notes, passing information & sending messages... Rations: Ration is a general term for food stuffs divided into meals or daily allotments. This can be a can of  soup a meal or small sack of rice & beans a day... String: String is used to make traps, secure items & secure prisoners but 550 Parachute is better... better... Back-Pack: To carry all your gear  Specialized Gear: Gear reserved for operations, those with specialized skills in addition to basic kit... Rope and/or Grappling-Hook: Perfect for finding mines, IEDs or scaling surfaces in urban or mountainous terrain... Camera or Video Video Camera: Used for securing pictures of enem y locations, actions and methods for planning and intelligence reasons... IEDs: Improvised explosive devises that are the “poor-man's” mines & hand grenades. “Sniper Rifles”: A better quality rifle rifle in the hands of someone who is an expert shot or even ev en a really good one will create a guerrilla-sniper capable of hitting human targets in the head at 200 meters and center mass on human targets at 600 meters. Bolt-Cutters: Used to infiltrate locked areas, fences and cut power lines. Radio & Binoculars: For scouting and finding enemy locations and reporting them back... Medical Gear: For patching up team members and establishing field clinics at base camps... Mortars & RPGs: Crew served of individual explosive weapons used to cause shock & confusion or knock out enemy positions. These also serve in harassing the enemy as they cause a lot of psychological shock and can  be easily moved or abandoned if need be... Trucks/Cars: Trucks/Cars: Useful to support units to move people and smuggle gear from one location to another... PVC Pipe & Shovels: Used by support personnel to establish cache points for safe houses and resupply, resupply, support units need on check the cache and restock it without actually interacting with guerrillas in the field to maintain security... security... Gardening Tools: Tools: Used for growing and store food stuffs in order to re-supply guerrilla units, especially for  small scale fire-team & squad sized units/cells... Hand Saws, Axes & Shovels: Used to establish temporary or semi-permanent field fortifications for the supply, supply, organization, command & operation of guerrilla forces... Guerrilla Rank Structure & Network: The Guerrilla-cell is organized using different methods & below is a sample network & rank structure. The guerrillas are often used as proxy forces b y intelligence services like the CIA trained trained guerrillas during the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan & the training of the Contras in South America. Prospect: Someone in a support role with no training and attempting to prove themselves to beco me trained... Trainee/Recruit: A prospect trained in a basic 3 day camp and upon completion receives the rank of soldier; with some elite recruits (1 per camp is desired) being promoted to Corporal at the end of the camp... guerrilla rifleman that makes up a small 5 man fire-team lead by a Corporal... Soldier: A guerrilla Corporal: A guerrilla Jr. Jr. NCO who leads 1 of 2; 5 man fire-teams... Sergeant: A guerrilla Jr. Jr. NCO who leads a squad, made of 2 fire teams... Sr. NCO who leads a platoon made mad e of 4 squads... Staff Sergeant: A guerrilla Sr. Lieutenant: A Jr. Jr. Officer who handles squad organization & intelligence at the squad level beside the Staff  Sergeant... Jr. Officer who handles company organization & intelligence made up of 4 rifle platoon & 1 1st Lieutenant: A Jr. support platoon... Captain: An Officer who handles company command, organization & intelligence assisted b y the 1st Lieutenant... Sr. Officer who handles battalion organization & intelligence made up Lieutenant Commander/Colonial: A Sr. of 2 to 4 rifle companies and a support company...

Sr, Officer who handles battalion command, organization & intelligence for a Commander/General: A Sr, regional area... As the guerrilla cell grows from a simple fire-team sized cell to a s mall network of cells started by the members of the first cells as the cells expand into larger organizations. The guerrilla cells, become compan y sized local militias & network into regional battalions. Recruitment should extend from willing members of  the population who are unknowing prospects in support of guerrilla aims. Ninja & the Guerrilla Network: The Ninja Organization: Student: Prospect period or about a 1 to 3 months before the student is awarded their white belt... White Belt: Beginning student equal to a Recruit in rank... Yellow Belt: Equal to a Soldier  Orange Belt: Equal to a Corporal Green Belt: Equal to a Sergeant Brown Belt: Equal to a Staff Sergeant 1st Degree Black Belt (genin): Equal to a Lieutenant; equal equa l to Commander in Guerrilla's Rank  structure 3rd Degree Black Belt (chunin): Equal to a Lieutenant Commander  5th Degree Black Belt (jonin): Equal to a commander  6th Degree & above: Honorary ranks awarded for exemplary service and ded ication. Ninja-Agent: A genin who trains the guerrillas and sets up a proxy cell which later expands into a true organization... Proxy Group: A false group used to conceal the real threat; also known as a false flag operation... initially... Ninja-Trained Guerrillas: Guerrillas trained by the genin initially... Guerrilla-Cells & Splinter Groups: Groups trained by guerrillas within the network or have b roken off from the network to establish themselves independently... independently... Terrorists: Terrorists are not guerrilla; though guerrilla tactics are used b y terrorists & terrorizing the enemy is a form of guerrilla harassment. Guerrillas target enemy personnel & terrorists target civilian populations... •

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Guerrilla Vs Terrorist:  Ninjitsu has been used by various groups and had an influence on modern intelligence work as well. It is important to note that ninjitsu is a method or collection o f methods but it is not specific to any groups. Like all methods it can be used b y anyone and everyone and will be used when the merit is there or the situation dictates. As such the term “Ninja Organization” is generic meaning any group using ninjitsu... Just as a ninja organization can be any an y group applying ninjitsu, the terms guerrilla & terrorist is also generic; the phrase “One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter” comes to mind. Ninjitsu may be used by national agencies, armies, terrorists or guerrillas but understanding that every cause has an effect and a ninja organization cannot benefit from effectively without willing supporters. Thus the need to develop a  proxy force to serve the ninja organization's goals is present. The same prox y groups must have support to function in their own areas of operation; meaning that senseless killing and terrorism is counter-productive to the desired outcome.

Example: Ninja Organization's Goal: Safety & Security of Whole Group... Conditions for Goal: Threat of harm, harassment, h arassment, crime or social turmoil low for whole community... Steps/Phases to Goal: Step/Phase 1: Population able to defend itself as individuals & co mmunity (training & organization). Step/Phase 2: Intelligence networks established internally & externally. Step/Phase 3: External networks established to conduct operations in prevention of threats. Step/Phase 4: Establish proxy organization to confront enemy & build alliances. Step/Phase 5: Develop proxy organization into larger popular force able to achieve political results. Step/Phase 6: Security & larger defensive network for mutual defense. Proxy Organization serves Ninja Organization Goal How: By distracting enemy from real threat and diverting resources away from Ninja Organization. Proxy organization can be developed into larger political organization with debt and alliances to ninja organization. Proxy (Guerrilla) Organization's Goal: Safety & security for Proxy group... community... Conditions of Goal: Threat of harm, harassment, crime or social turmoil low for whole community... Steps/Phases to Goal: Step/Phase 1: Development of paramilitary structure and training to develop a militant force. Step/Phase 2: Intelligence networks established to target enem y weaknesses. Step/Phase 3: Popular support gained to establish supply & networks among population. Step/Phase 4: Population able to defend itself as individuals & community; as recruitment increase size of militant forces. Step/Phase 5: Forces main military & political power to create safe & secure environment. Step/Phase 6: External networks established to conduct operations in prevention o f threats. Step/Phase 7: Security & larger defensive network for mutual defense with allied organizations. Supporters serves Goal How: Development of political reputations & formal/informal support networks for mutual aid locally and can be b e expanded regionally as confederation. As support for proxy group grows, ally's support also grows. As proxy groups security & prosperity increases so does Ninja Organization's security & prosperity. prosperity. While it is impossible for ninja organization to have full control of proxy group it is still possible to influence proxy organization through; trade, alliances, politics & agent advisers still within proxy groups command structure. The Reasoning of the Proxy Guerrilla Force: By not only using a proxy force to confront the enemy but also allowing the prox y force to gain financial aid from the proxy force and the population supporting them; the ninja organization can bulk up their  strength while allowing someone else to fight their battles for them. The having the best soldiers on the  battlefield is pointless of the enemy en emy is caught fighting in conflict without knowing their true enemy. This is little different then the kid in grade school who tells one kid another kid did something to watch wa tch the two kids fight it out and “beat up” the other kid without a need to actually risk getting into a fight himself. The use of secret societies like the Cult of H'asan (The Historic Assassins), Assassins), the Templar Templar Knights, The  Ninja of Feudal Japan, The Th e Nakano Agents of WW2 & Alamo Scouts of the US Army (the forerunners of the US Special Forces) and even the modern Intelligence Community throughout the world have used Proxy armies to test the strength & skill of their enemies and even develop some cannon-fodder to wear down the enemy before the main or better skilled/equipment professional military force call more easily defeat the enemy force in combat. Once the Proxy force becomes a regular military force the defeated enemy's knowledge and skills are often assimilated and used to bulk up much of the previously proxy military force. As the Proxy-Force becomes a legitimate military & political force the reminder of debts owed should  be the basis for establishing good relations & the unk nown infiltrators who helped develop the prox y-forces can be used to deplete resources and make the good relations re lations with the ninja-organization more acceptable.

Similar events were seen among Russian-Mafia members who had KGB co nnections with events in the Balkans after the fall of the Soviet Union allowing Russia to retain some measures of control of the illegal activities of the former Soviet block countries & thus influence politics. As criminal bosses became military leaders and political influences Russia retained some small measure of influence on the Balkan States; economy, economy, industry & politics. Specialized-Guerrilla Training: Guerrilla forces need specialized units and individuals to achieve specific results on the battlefield, but since effectively training these specialized units without the proper resources is difficult the guerrilla force must rely on those with skillsets from a variety of backgrounds; legal & illegal to achieve their aims. Guerrilla Sniper: Guerrilla snipers need to individuals with 1) a background or natural talent for marksmanship; hunters, competition shooters, veterans, deserters & law enforcement officers make great base experiences & 2) a willingness to assume responsibility and act alone without needing to be micro-managed. A guerrilla-sniper  must be able to hit a human hu man sized target in the head with a 2inch shot group from a prone position at 200 meters (220 yards) and able to hit a human hu man sized target center mass with a 9inch shot group at 600 meters (660 yards). Snipers will also be used as scouts to observe and report back to guerrilla leaders the location of  enemy locations and activity. activity. Primary targets of the sniper should be enemy NCOs and Officers & equipment such as; radios, generators, vehicles, fuel cans/tanks & fuse/breaker boxes. Guerrilla Sapper: Guerrilla sappers have a simple job infiltrate an enemy held position and sabotage and/or assassinate enemy officers. A Sapper needs little but key equipment; grappling-hook, bolt b olt cutters, shovel & IEDs if   possible, in Vietnam sappers would infiltrate US barracks and slit the throats of sleeping soldiers then escape under the guise of a assault or raid and/or sabotage strike. Sappers should be chosen from the “glory hogs” who want to test their limits as most sappers have shot life expectancies in combat. Sappers need to also be intelligent enough to learn to build an IED, mix the chemicals for an explosive and not get themselves killed in the attempt. Guerrilla Combat-Engineers: Basically anyone with a background in mining, mechanics or construction is your go-to-guy here. A guerrilla's combat-engineer is going to be guys who will establish temporary bases, design and establish tunnel networks, construct field-expedient power and water system for these and also act as general rifle squads in defense of these positions. Combat-engineers are more of the support network used by Lieutenant's & Commanders; those a few combat-engineers at the p latoon level is also fairly common in some cases as well. Guerrilla (S&T) Support & Transportation: The support & transportation crews need to be drawn from those with a law enforcement or criminal  background of smuggling as these are the people who best know how to by-pass enemy lines and get gear and supplies past the enemy. enemy. Ideally the S&T guys just cache items and are nev er seen even by the guerrillas g uerrillas who will be accessing the cache's the S&T guerrillas are setting up.

Guerrilla (NCO) Non-Commissioned-Officer Leaders: Guerrilla NCOs must be chosen either from those who show the y know how to leader & take responsibility for not only themselves but others under their leadership or with a history of doing so; soldiers, veterans, law-enforcement and even organized criminals like high ranking gang-members. Otherwise, guerrilla must be taught in the basic training they receive the principles of leadership and share the role as leader in basic team building exercises as follow up training as a guerrilla soldier. Leadership Development Training Drills: Double Bind: Place the soldier in a position where stress becomes an issue for example a Staff  Sergeant may order the soldier to scrub the floor, while another sergeant demands the soldiers “mop up this mess and dry the floor.” Both become increasingly verbally abusive and somewhat physically abusive pushing, poking and screaming at the soldier. The soldier must find the obvious solution on his own; scrub half and level half dry, dry, then dry one half and scrub the other half. More so, the soldier  must do so under the stress of psychological abuse... Scenario Drills: Much like the scenario drills used to condition soldiers, scenario drills can also be used to condition leadership. By placing soldiers in positions of leadership and giving them missions to perform; some missions will be impossible to achieve and thus force the leader-in-training to explain why the mission was not completed even though through training their failures will be held against them; the lesson is that failure does not mean defeat but giving up or not n ot trying does... Physical Training & Combatives Training: Allowing soldiers soldier s to compete & lead others in simple exercises like PT exercises and even teaching new recruits “advanced” combatives serves to get the soldiers used to leading by example and teaching by doing the hallmarks of a leader. •

Leadership Principles (from the US Army):  — Be tactically and technically proficient  — Know yourself and seek self-improvement  — Know your soldiers and look out for their welfare  — Keep your soldiers informed  — Set the example  — Ensure the task is understood, supervised and accomplished  — Train your soldiers as a team  — Make sound and timely decisions  — Develop a sense of responsibility in your subordinates  — Employ your unit in accordance with its capabilities  — Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions Guerrilla Officer Leaders: Guerrilla Officers have to be leaders same as NCOs but must also know how to organize men to achieve a single goal; victory... victory... However, officers and well Sr. NCOs all have d ifferent or should have different styles of leadership; Jr. Jr. NCOs: Authoritative; you tell soldiers what you want done and how you want it done and time  permitting why you want done don e this way... Sr. Sr. NCOs: Authoritative & Participative; you tell Jr. NCOs what you want don e and how you want it done but also ask for their input in the process to find a better way wa y to get it done. This free exchange of  ideas allows Jr. Jr. NCOs to feel their chain-of-command cares what the y think & builds confidence in their authority to make decisions. Officers: Authoritative, Participative & Delegative: Officers must say what the y want done, seek  advise from NCOs with direct experience in the situation at hand and trust their NCOs to get things •

done; delegating responsibility to Sr. NCOs who delegate tasks to Jr. NCOs under their oversight. These higher levels of training & leadership experience come from the ninja-organization via the ninja-agent. The basic training one would receive a t this camp is secondary to that of what a ninja-agents has and does not involve the wide range of experience the ninja-agent would have. Martial arts used to train the ninja-agent are vast and varied there is no n o loyalty to a single style outside of styles effectiveness in a given situation & not limitation of available skills and techniques used by the ninja-organization even skills seemingly far removed from the ninjitsu syllabus such as computer hacking or manufacturing “street-drugs” have a use toward the end goal of ninja-organization; computer hacking allows for the access of information without the need for infiltrating an enemy compound & by flooding a population with cheap but powerful drugs one can degrade the population's morale. So then a guerrilla force may use methods far removed from the basis of the methods taught b y the ninja-agent or used by b y the ninja-organization. As such proxy-forces under intelligent & resourceful leaders can take on minds, and goals of their own threatening the end goal or plan of the ninja-organization. So a ninja -organization must monitor the other groups and cells involved to insure that a proxy-force does not become a threat to the ninja-organization. Arming the Proxy-Force: The proxy force of guerrillas must be armed with eq uipment taken from the enemy; thus the original  proxy force must rely on experience drawn from a few raiding missions to acquire equipment and arms. These raiding missions to arm the proxy-forces in the beginning stages also serve to build confidence in the learned skills and to build experience in the Proxy-Forces. Arming the proxy forces is more then just aquiring firearms, explosives or soldiers but supplying food and medical supplies to those so that co mbat force can die in battle against an enemy rather then die of starvation. Recommended Reading List: Army of Shadows by Sensei Ron Collins Black Dragon Ninjitsu by Sensei Ron Collins Book of the Ninja/The Ninja Training Manual by Christopher Hunter  Secrets of the Ninja by b y Ashida Kim Killer Commando Techniques by Patriot Press Black Ops by Patriot Press Anti-Terror Anti-Terror Handbook by Sensei Ron Collins Get Tough by Col. W. E. Fairbairn  Neck Breakers by The Masked Marine Executive Security by Kato-San Assassin: The Art & Science of Killing by Anonymous In the Shadows: The Art of Espionage b y Anonymous Anonymous Cloak & Dagger: A study of Modern Terrorism by Anonymous Order of the Dagger: An Unofficial Documentary of the th e Assassin's Academy by Johnny Johnn y Walker Walker & Anonymous The Prince by Nicollio Machiavelli The Art of War War by Sun Tzu The Book of 5-Rings by Myamoto Musashi

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