What about anti-terrorist warfare training?That course is the most "confirm-kill" you can get. Every terrorist you fire at, you run up and shoot him in the head, that's where they prod you the most to confirm-kill, and maybe you never let go of that either, later. That's where it's strongest. Because, perhaps he has a button that only needs to be pressed in order to blow up the whole rig, so you're told to always shoot five bullets to the center of the guy's body-mass, run up to him and shoot him in the head. That's the lesson of anti-terrorist warfare. You confirm-kill and after it's all over you go around once more and confirm-kill everyone, just to be on the safe side. That's anti-terrorist training. No clear division is made here, either. We were never really briefed on how to treat civilians or what it means to fight with civilians around. We're still holding on to those models of "army vs. army", "us" fighting 'them" and "conquering" them'.