CPT Structure

NOTE:  This is a rough draft, to be refined, so please keep that in mind.   I just wanted some graphics up for some of our CPT Coordinators to look at.  But we will be revising it over the next couple of weeks, with input from some of our more active and experienced CPT leaders.  Stewart

 

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Here is the SF structure:

 

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About Author

Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.

Comments

  1. Terry 29 September, 2016, 15:19

    In my AO, we are lucky to get 5 guys together, let alone 12. Suggest we look at the 4-man team concept of the SAS as the more likely composition – more cross-training needed but, in my AO, a 4-man team is far more likely, if that.
    As to the two pdf files, there are typos – check spelling of “Engineering” on both the A team and B team graphics, “Transportation” on the B team graphic. Also suggest the “Food” team include “Production” – storage and distribution only lasts so long, i.e., consider day 366 – then what?

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