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- Jul 2, 2006
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- Northern VA
Nobody said anything here about whether or not MCMAP was good. In truth, it's an excellent program for its purpose.It is importent to promotion. However, I've only met 1 NCO who had a negative oppion of MCMAP. My Plt Sgt is pretty into having everyone go to MCMAP classes.
Going into, and finding yourself needing are two very different things, know what I mean?
But that's not really the topic here. The topic is about people claiming to have "trained the military" or "taught to law enforcement."
The simple truth there is that way too many people make claims like this on way too little justification. They'll do a demo or a one day seminar, following a private invitation, and use that to imply that they hold some sort of formal position as instructor with one or the other. Or have military or LE personnel come to them on their own time by their own interest and make the same sort of claim.