Whether you are on-duty or off the clock with a loved one, what are your personal rules of survival that you practice to minimize risk?
Everyone has their own "personal rules" when it comes to personal or family security. We may not even notice what we practice that gives us that sense of security, or maybe places us in a position that creates more risk. Because each person may live around a different environment, these personal rules of survival may change. Here are some personal rules that many carry in the back of their minds, BUT are not the only ones out there:
1.) There is no such thing as a "fair fight".
2.) Do whatever you can to win the fight.
3.) It's better to be judged by twelve than carried by six.
4.) Anything can be used as a weapon.
5.) Situational Awareness ALWAYS gives you the upper hand.
6.) Keep moving! Retreating is regrouping!
7.) Never, ever stop training!