The Guerilla’s Guide to Baofeng Radio

 

When it comes to Off-Grid/Guerilla/Partisan Comms there is no greater authority in my opinion than NC Scout, aka Brushbeater.

“It’s been a long time in the making, but the book is finally out. With chapters on communications planning, improvised antennas, operational considerations for sustainment, tactical and clandestine purposes, digital operations and yes, encryption, this book is an easy to follow how-to manual taking you from whatever your knowledge base may be and takes it to the next level.”

From the Amazon Product Description:

The Guerrilla’s Guide To The Baofeng Radio is a handbook for those finding themselves in an austere environment, an underground resistance, or going into harm’s way with one of the most common pieces of communications equipment in the world. Going far beyond simple programming or what’s written from the Amateur Radio perspective, this manual goes in-depth on how to communicate, creating a communications plan, improvised wire antennas, digital operations and encryption in an easy to follow, step-by-step format based on combat proven methods. Whether you’ve just invested in a few of the inexpensive radios for an uncertain future or find yourself in rough corners of the world, this manual covers how to create communications where there otherwise would be none.

This is the one Manual Every Serious Student of Off-Grid Comms needs to have in their Go-Bag and Reference Library.

Prepare Accordingly and Order Yours Today!

 

 

The History of Irregular Warfare (Six-Part Series)

H/T WRSA

 

Irregular Warfare Six-Part Series

 

Superb series I recommend you put on your Reference flash drive.

While you are it, Guide to the Analysis of an Insurgency is also worth downloading.

Arm Up, Read Up and Train and Prepare Accordingly.

The Surveillance State: Intelligence Community Developing AI Tool To Unmask Anonymous Writers

Intelligence Community Developing AI Tool To Unmask Anonymous Writers

 

A press release on Tuesday from the ODNI revealed that the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), their research and development arm, is starting work on the Human Interpretable Attribution of Text Using Underlying Structure program – HIATUS for short.

 

Reference Library: 150 Questions for a Guerilla

H/T WRSA

 

 

Alberto Bayo y Giroud was a Cuban-born officer who fought in the civil war in Spain and the revolution in Cuba.

He was responsible for training the small cadre that would land on the island in 1956 and which included Ernesto Guevara and the Castro brothers. This volume is drawn from his experience gained over the years of fighting that would topple the Batista regime, as well as lessons he learned during his famous marine assault on Majorca in 1936. It is a culmination of a lifetime of combat leadership. This book is a product of the post-revolutionary period in Cuba, during which the fledgling state attempted to export their uprising to the rest of Latin America. It was intended as a practical guide for those interested in starting their own guerrilla units, detailing the organization of such a group and the first offensive actions that should be taken against the state. We believe books that exist only for “historical interest” are bourgeois trivialities, and so we’ve taken the liberty of re-writing certain sections of this work in order to provide an updated picture. We hope to preserve its practical function as a guerrilla guidebook, as well as to present an accessible version free of the typos and translation errors that characterize other free copies.

Download your Free Copy HERE.

 

 

Know Your Cold War History: William Morgan, The American Comandante

William Morgan, The American Comandante

 

If you are a Cold War/Espionage/Guerilla Warfare History buff and have not heard the tale of William Morgan, well you definitely need to watch this documentary.

American Experience, Season 28, Episode 3

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