Ultimately, "Strategic Rifleman" is about what it would take to save the world from Communist, Islamist, and criminal expansion. But, it also shows how to eliminate most suicides within the U.S. military. Without more proficient infantry squads, U.S. forces may never attack a prepared enemy position by complete surprise. That's because no more than 14 people can successfully sneak up on one. After those 14 have cleared a path through its perimeter obstacles and sentries, their parent unit can secretly enter. That's a lot safer than storming the place. Other nations use such squads as the spearpoints for every attack and strongpoints of every defense. Yet, due to the Pentagon's obsession with technology, U.S. forces have never developed this capability. Better squads require more skilled members. Such members can often make a strategic difference on their own--like spotting the entrance to a hidden cache. They also require less force after surprising defenders. That's why they're the “key to more moral warfare.” This book uses 173 illustrations to show how to become/produce a Strategic Rifleman. It's for survival-oriented recruits and anyone wanting to know how the Pentagon could project more overseas power with less funding.