Yup and we are seeing news stories of people caught in them until it was almost too late.zombiepreparation wrote:OODA = observe, orient, decide, and act, right? But what do you mean by being stuck behind the bad guys' OODA loop?
“We heard gunfire, 30 seconds of fire, it was interminable, we thought it was fireworks,”
"People were sitting outside. I had literally gone about 30 metres when, I thought it was a firecracker to start with, and then it went on and it got louder. "
"They asked us to lie down, one of them was doing this, so the whole room lay down. They kept shooting but stopped every now and then."
"She had just returned home from a long shift in the office, when she heard gunfire. I met her this afternoon, as she stood outside the restaurant, shaking, sweating and staring in disbelief at the bullet holes in the window.
"She told me she can't shake the image of what she saw from out her window; the bodies of two men in the entrance, one still alive, waving for help. She says she glanced at the attacker, and crouched down to hide herself from view.
I can't find these others but there were more I saw that basically said:
"We thought they were security services. Could not believe it"
It's not fireworks, it's gunfire, heck I don't even live somewhere and never have where gunfire is common so if you're not thinking 100% you could easily think it is a firework, the brain tells us what is normal (others of you may immediately know of course(
You have to jump ahead and start reacting as soon as possible to developing situations.