Missions and Madness can teach you and your team a lot of valuable skills like leadership, teamwork, decision-making, situational awareness, and quick response times, but it can also provide the framework for specialized training. Guest instructors fit right into the structure of Missions and Madness. We’ve had Medic and friend of Missions and Madness, Adal Lopez, present his excellent “Stop the Bleed” workshop in games. Integrating complementary training is important and beneficial to all.
In this video, Morgan Boatman (the creator of Missions and Madness) and Daniel Stinski (Field Team Development Lead) discuss supplementary training and how it is implemented in Missions and Madness. While we explore Downtown Flagstaff, Arizona, we explore aspects of the Game that make Missions and Madness so unique, effective, and fun.
Missions and Madness is an exciting outdoor adventure game that’s part scavenger hunt, part Dungeons and Dragons, and part bootcamp. You can play it almost anywhere with almost anyone. It uses imagination and randomization to create an immersive world in which to learn and test crucial fundamental skills. Through ingenious drills, Missions and Madness teaches leadership, teamwork, and situational awareness while keeping you physically fit.
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