People underestimate how strong a lot of old men are, all the time. I can remember a great, great uncle, he was like, 85 when I was a kid in the 80s… he was a scary old man… and if you sassed him even a little? Buddy, he’d snatch your arm and jerk you toward him and give you. The Talk about not sassing elders that would scare the shit out of you. The Official Never Underestimate An Old Man With A Snowmobile Shirt in the vid? Maybe Korea, maybe Nam… but he walks very upright. Shoulders back, but his jaw is forward like age has bent his back a little. Still – his general posture reminds me of friends of ours who are, or was, in the military or highway patrol. That shoulders back, head up, back ramrod straight thing stays with them for life.
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Basically the most senior you can get just before sergeant. Typically, when you promote to Sgt, you go back to patrol. The Official Never Underestimate An Old Man With A Snowmobile Shirt, says a lot about him. Dude could easily have promoted. After 20 years with LAPD, mostly SWAT, that man is a legit leader. Technically Lieutenant is the highest SWAT rank in the LAPD. Anything above that, it goes to the Division, Group, and Bureau-level and those are not SWAT anymore. Of course, specialized units are somewhat considered to be above the standard chain-of-command and when SWAT deploys, the SWAT Lieutenant is usually always there to take command of the situation.
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They are. SWAT has Lts, Sgts, Commanders, etc. but to get back to that, you HAVE to leave before coming back. SWAT is a hard thing to give up. Especially as an Official Never Underestimate An Old Man With A Snowmobile Shirt. And he’s definitely a higher rank than a patrol officer. More often than not, guys like him have been to the same leadership training and courses, and often their input is extremely valuable to the higher-ups making all the decisions. In that regard, the man is a legit leader. Usually, special forces or SWAT teams take some years of experience/training/trying out before you are accepted. Although maybe not quite always this old, but the median age is going to be higher than your regular patrol officer, that’s for sure.