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Tracking science; measuring the pitch of a step to identify individuals.

I believe this is just one of several measurements that allow Spoorologists to distinguish between individuals very accurately.  This is one experiment I did that you can replicate yourself.

 

 

 

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Special Operations; Behavior modification; PsyOps

Psychological Operations
Description

Psychological operations (PsyOp) are a planned process of conveying messages to a target audience (TA) to promote certain attitudes, emotions, and behavior. These messages are typically conveyed using a line of persuasion known as a theme.

U.S. Army Sgt. Derek Hahn with the 341st Tactical Psychological Operations Company, 17th Fires Brigade is happily welcomed by local Sheiks in Al Qurnah, Iraq, May 13. U.S. and Iraqi forces patrolled through the district to gain insight from the locals on the May 10th car bombings in Basra province, Iraq's second largest city. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Samantha Ciaramitaro)
U.S. Army Sgt. Derek Hahn with the 341st Tactical Psychological Operations Company, 17th Fires Brigade is happily welcomed by local Sheiks in Al Qurnah, Iraq, May 13. U.S. and Iraqi forces patrolled through the district to gain insight from the locals on the May 10th car bombings in Basra province, Iraq’s second largest city. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Samantha Ciaramitaro)

PsyOp is basically the use of communication to influence behavior. It is used against adversaries, their supporters, and their potential supporters. It is defined by the US Army in the following way: “Psychological operations are planned operations to convey selected information and indicators to foreign audiences to influence their emotions, motives, objective reasoning, and ultimately the behavior of foreign governments, organizations, groups, and individuals.”

Behavioral Programming changes peoples behavior. It teaches you exactly how to get people to do what they need to do.

BP book

This book is the newest form of influence out there.  Years of research went into this, to learn not only how to alter a persons behavior, but also how it actually works; making it work consistently, and with everyone, not just one certain “target person or audience”.

Objectives

According to the US military, the ultimate goal of PsyOp is to modify the behavior of the TA.

 

Psychological Actions

The military also establishes contact with a TA using face-to-face communication (F2C) and psychological actions (PsyActs). F2C and PsyActs are similar. Both are audiovisual products consisting of agents of action who deliver messages to a TA.

Both require that the people involved follow a set of guidelines while play-acting to deliver the messages. Both are used to modify the behavior of the A. F2C usually involves a single individual addressing another individual, or a single individual addressing a group. PsyActs generally require more planning, more resources, and use multiple people to transmit messages. They require the coordination of a variety of resources, while F2C is simple.

 

Tactical Product Development Detachment

A Tactical Product Development Detachment (TPDD) is a small unit that works at the division or area level to instantly create PsyOp products for a specific situation in the AO. It provides products for PsyOp personnel that will have immediate tactical use in the AO.

The TPDD works with the civilian sector to supply most of its audio, visual, and audiovisual products for theater (battlespace) distribution. This includes civilian specialists in radio and TV programming, station management, casting, directing, editing, graphic arts, advertising, computers, design, music, photography, audio/video, and printing.

The newest Psyops techniques, Behavioral Programming found HERE!

Some material refferenced and quoted here is found here.

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Spoorology; The science and art of tracking

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Spoorology is the science of spoor, commonly known as tracks. Spoor is the proper term used for tracks, like footprints, and other physical evidence of somethings presence.
Spoorology, or tracking is a science as well as an art. The physics behind spoorology is science, while the viewing and interpretation thereof can be an art. Much as learning to paint, or play and instrument, the art of tracking is somthing that is learned, over a long period of time.
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The study of spoor can be divided into several different disciplines.  Forensic, meaning expert witness and crime scene recreation for law enforcement, SAR search and rescue, military combat tracking, animal tracking, human behavioral science, and many other forms.

 

 

Sar tracking team mounted kelly alwood spoor

The photo above is a Mounted SAR CERT team in Indiana.  They are commonly called out to “run down” or track missing persons of a non violent nature.  This can involve trackers on foot, vehicles, ATV’s, horses, and even tracking dogs.

My friends and I have been doing scientific study of Spoorology for many years now.  We have taught classes, published articles in magazines and journals, written books, Master Degree Thesis, and made videos all with the intent of spreading the knowledge of this science.  Some of us have developed and ran certification courses in tracking.  Some of us have been expert witnesses for the court in the United States.   With this new science, we can add to the worlds knowledge about human behavior, psychology, physics, and other disciplines.

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Spoorology or tracking is also focused on animals by some.  These scientists use the animals spoor or tracks to research animal behavior, follow the animals, and check their health.  Some survival schools teach tracking, most of that is focused on animal spoor, and much of it is not in depth.  The classes are normally designed just to raise awareness.  To get people to start noticing and seeing spoor, following it, and at most, the very basic interpretations of the spoor.

What our research does is to actually go in depth, to a forensic level of the science, and bring forth information not otherwise possible to find by looking at other parts of the human or animals life.  Blood tests and dna cannot give you the same information as you get from the quarries spoor.

I have developed a system that will actually identify each specimin as an individual, simular to DNA or fingerprints.

 

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Tactics and Preparedness Magazine article by Kelly Alwood

Kelly Alwood Tactics and Preparedness magazine article

 

This is the April 2014 Edition of the magazine.  Page 18 & 19.  Katrina Lessons; Forewarned and Forearmed.

 

Kelly Alwood Tactics and Preparedness magazine article

 

Kelly Alwood Tactics and Preparedness magazine article

 

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Kelly with JSOC crew in Jalalabad Afghanistan 2010

Kelly Alwood (middle) standing with two close friends (Troy and Joe) at a JSOC SMU compound in Jbad Afghanistan.  This was also documented in “The Counter Terrorist Magazine” article in 2010.