Actually it can be used either way since if you are "operating" in a area you are also "occupying" said area.
Originally Posted by 1911love
Sorry to be off topic, but I thought "AO" meant area of operation. Any ground pounders feel free to correct. Let's get real here people, in an emergency which comes first: the "law" or your family? Most like me would say family, therefore the "law" isn't the "law" in my book. Putting on a govt or state issued piece of clothing doesn't trump my or my families safety. No disrespect to LEOs or MIL personnel, just saying...
The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes me a few minutes longer.
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