1. untallguy

    War Games: The psychology of combat

    War Games by Leo Murray was originally published as Brains and Bullets some five years ago. The book examines tactical psychology: why people fight and, logically, why they don’t. The author uses this as the basis to see how we can get our enemies to stop fighting and thus defeat them without...
  2. thegimp

    Analysis of a fight

    watched this a few times, it's quite interesting, it covers a standard battlefield type action, two groups arranged and head on, very medieval. Nancy and Feyenoord ultras batter each other in savage mass bare knuckle brawl It also covers a lot of the theories/cliches of fighting, fights don't...