Looking for overall critique.
The premise isn't bad, per se, but the piece feels somewhat underdeveloped. I'm not personally into ideas that focus exclusively on the military implications of anomalies, perhaps because it takes something alien and attempts to organise/standardise it, turning it into something that can be controlled, that is predictable on a fundamental level. So, while from a technical standpoint, this is well written, it didn't really draw me in that much.
Perhaps a greater elucidation of the origins of the book and/or what an individual might be capable of with these abilities at peak performance may be avenues worth exploring.
EDIT: I was thinking further about the concept of an individual that is capable of perfectly controlling their own blood. That seems like a pretty interesting avenue to go down, especially with an exploration of the long-term implications of this kind of control, and what effects this may have in terms of a sense of self; as in, exploring the border between self and other in the context of blood-based telekinesis.