Nifty trick when you find yourself lost in the woods.
My buddy Brushbeater is having a second run done on his outstanding Field Reference Manuals to include:
SF Antenna Handbook
FM 7-93 Long Range Surveillance Operations
FM 23-10 Sniper Training.
Map Reading and Land Navigation
USMC’s version of Scouting and Patrolling
Survival, Evasion and Recovery
Each of the titles are top spiral bound and pocket sized for use in the field, $20 per copy shipped. These are meant to be used in the field and serve as training guides for you and your people.
To order, email him direct at: email@example.com
You can sit around and Bitch and Moan about this senile asshat and his grandiose fuck-ups OR you can use your time wisely and PREPARE and TRAIN.
Make no Mistake, a Reckoning is coming and when the Hammer Drops most of these blowhard keyboard warriors will be not be at the showdown.
They will be hiding; waiting on somebody to save them. Except nobody is coming. You are on your own.
This World is going to need Warriors.
Cold Hearted fucking savages who understand the importance of Guerilla Tactics, the Application of Attrition Warfare and the importance of Brotherhood.
So Stop Bitching and go TRAIN.
Just a FYI for those who do not understand the lingo: A Blow-Out Kit is not for the tires on your Truck nor is it a “boo-boo” kit with band-aids and neosporin.
BOK’s are Trauma Kits for serious life saving applications such as gunshot and knife wounds and staunching major arterial bleeding.
I typically keep three BOK’s: One in my BOB (Bug-Out-Bag) one on my Rifle Rig (Chest Rig or Riflemans Belt) and one in each Vehicle.
Small roll of Duct Tape
Pair of Heavy Duty Exam Gloves