On Combat: The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace
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If I could only purchase one of Col. Grossmans books this is it. I still own "On Killing", but I enjoyed reading "On Combat" more. Col. Grossman refined his approach in this book versus previous in an easier to read format and understandings.
Ideal for any person who has been, will be involved in the fight, or supplying training, counselling in the area. Yes, it fits a wide range audience.
Definitely worth the purchase. I will again, and yes, I will loan it again.
Only one draw back is , is that he is constatly pumping up other books . Although be it if they are as good as this one i will be impressed.
The most powerful endorsement I can make is that I have lent (and lost) this to three fellow martial artists - I may single-handedly keep the damned thing in print.
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Excellent book for the warrior in everyone. As a soldier it was a great insight in to the psychology of combat. Highly recommended read.Published 7 months ago by Brad Saunders
This is basically the bible for anyone who might find themselves in deadly force encounters. It is a must-read for police.Published 10 months ago by Mark Swaffer
I work as a chaplain with First Responders and found this to be extremely helpful. The book is written to be understood by a wide audience and not just those who have a degree in... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sean Foster