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46th Special Operations Command
42nd Alpine infantry Group
Started by Jordan M. Last reply by Timothy Sweet Jan 27.
Hey everyone I'm new and looking to meet up with some people in the area I'm a fellow patriot whos ready and willing thanks guys
I concur with ACA & Friendly Fire on this. Being that I live in Mountlake Terrace that would put me smack dab in the middle of the proposed AO.
Based on a 20 mile AO based out of Lynnwood this is what we would be looking at
Most North Point: South Everett
Most South Point: University District - 520
Most East Point: Woodinville / Maltby - 522 ( just West of Monroe )
Most West Point: Kingston or Edmonds
I don't see this as being a bad AO for a South Snohomish Unit, let me know what everyone thinks and I don't want to step on other units toes so if this is an issue with other units please let me know.Great idea for the AO Friendly-fire.
There really are no regulations ; there are laws of course. I see some basic militia standards have been published long ago yet, the regulations per person or per group should be established as a guideline that support a mission outcome ; these should be considered in the initial stages of establishment.
I think a 20 mile AO is manageable in worse cases. I have been receiving some distressing feedback regarding some of the operational units and travel seems to be one of the main belly aches.
The discussion about integration should be considered once there is an official presence and mission established.
I am a little tied up with support projects with another group however, it does not mean I can not operated independent of said group. This may not be compatible with the framework of some groups and so be it.
I travel between north king and north snohomish counties on the I5 and will accept that as a plausible AO.
It seems the standards of response time for a IRF or QRF are critical so, I encourage the discussion to remain realistic.
I'm with ACA on this. We need something for the south county guys. Also here is some good info on firearms training for the south Snohomish county patriots. I'm a member of the ADTA "Armed Defense Training Association" here is a link where you can get more info. www.armeddefense.org This group is located in the Federal Way area. Although it's a long commute for the meetings and training, it's worth it's weight in gold because the training is that good! We have monthly meetings and monthly shoots and about once every 3 or 4 months we have a training special shoot on a weekend. At our next monthly meeting we will have a seminar and hands on practice session on self defense against knife attacks. If anyone is interested in ADTA or has any questions about it please shoot me a message and I'll get back to you on it.
Good stuff guys!
Heres the deal in Snohomish County: 46 SOC is headquartered out of the Granite Falls area and operates around the Hwy 9 corridor all the way to the Monroe area.
The 42nd Operates in the Hwy 2 corridor in the Stevens Pass area and stops just west of the Index area.
The 46th and the 42nd have a working relationship.
These areas are covered. It sounds like if you guys form a unit it would operate in the south end of the county. Is that correct?
Let me know when & where. My schedule is changing so it is kind of sketchy right now as far as work
Absolutely, X-Beast! I also know a lot of people in my area that aren't on this site, including one who's already contacted Snohomish County to ask if they could send an official when he plans his own meeting with some folks, as he wants to maintain transparency and not come across as some sort of fringe anti-American recruiter.
I'm in Mountlake Terrace. Since several of us live in close proximity to each other we should all get together for a cup of coffee sometime soon.
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