Jungle Crash: Notes on Operation Jaque

Good Stuff from the Brushbeater/NC Scout.

Matt Bracken passed along the following: Last night the Nat Geo channel showed the episode “Jungle Crash,” where a joint Colombian/US .mil ELINT surveillance plane crashes in FARC territory in the early 2000s. DEA and .mil operators are captured and spend 5 years in FARC jungle camps. The only video I could find shows the…

via Jungle Crash: Notes on Operation Jaque — American Partisan

Video: Non-GPS tracking

Many Thanks to Mobius Wolf for re-posting this one.

If you have not read up on 5G I highly recommend you do.

 

Originally posted on Philosophies of a Disenchanted Scholar: One purpose of 5G. It’s like a prison ankle bracelet. “Oh!” you say, “I’m fine because my phone is 2G/3G/4G!” Except they’re decommissioning those towers, turning prepper emergency phones into bricks. (Whether it’s legal to decomm emergency phones? Nobody seems to care). But sure, Boris, let the…

via Video: Non-GPS tracking — The zombie apocalypse survival homestead

Radio Contra Episode I

This is AP’s first podcast so drop what you are doing, tune in and try to learn something!

 

Radio Contra Episode 1: NC Scout discusses parallels between the Chechen resistance against the Russian Army to Appalachian folk and the potential future fight against a standing army in the Appalachian region. Music: Clutch “Son of Virginia” Aukai Collins “My Jihad” H. John Poole “The Tiger’s Way” Baofeng UV-5R Primary Arms’ ACSS Scopes Palmetto State…

via Radio Contra Episode I — American Partisan

Scenes from the November Advanced RTO

My buddy NC Scout runs some of the most practical and affordable prepper Comms courses around.

No Couch Commando bullshit here.

Check him out.

Stay Alert, Armed, Prepared and Dangerous!

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100_1147 Student’s excellent homemade Yagi.

100_1148 Class SOI on the whiteboard.

100_1149 Homebrew dual band Yagi.

100_1150 Students preparing to send a data burst via AndFLMsg over a Baofeng radio connected to their wire antenna.

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100_1152 Longwire in the trees. Hard to spot even when near it.

100_1153 Resistor terminating the ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ ends of the antenna.

100_1153 Using a zip-tie for strain relief.

100_1154 Longwire antenna is completely invisible.

100_1155 Long Wire with resistor. Note resistor terminating antenna at the base.

100_1156 Vertical Half Rhombic antenna built by students.

100_1157 Feedpoint of the Half Rhombic.

100_1158 Resistor terminated Half Rhombic.

100_1159 Homebrew Yagi deployed. All it needs is krylon.

100_1160 OPFOR spotted in the area.

100_1161 Digital messages have been received from the team in the field to the TOC and saved as a Notepad file to keep a visible record of the Team’s last known status.

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No Encryption, No Problem: Analog Radio Operations for Guerilla Units

NO ENCRYPTION, NO PROBLEM: ANALOG RADIO OPERATIONS FOR GUERRILLA UNITS

 

When it comes to learning Comms in the field, you cannot beat Brushbeater.

This guy has BTDT and got the snazzy T-shirt.

A really excellent, rubber meets the road, no bullshit article on how small guerilla units can maintain secure comms in the field.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

 

Comm Corner: Emergency Communications – Make the Right Call

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EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS: MAKE THE RIGHT CALL

 

In today’s tech saavy, cellular/cyber world you might get a funny look if you use the word landline.

That is exactly the point of this article.

 

Stay Alert, Stay Armed and Stay Dangerous!