Lessons in Community: Preparedness is a Group Activity

SAFETY IN NUMBERS: PREPAREDNESS IS A GROUP ACTIVITY

 

Lone Wolves get eaten.

Enhance your preparedness by establishing a squad of like-minded individuals with common-core goals.

Think LOCAL, LOCAL LOCAL!

Because when the fecal impaction that is FUSA hits the oscillating device, that is all that is going to matter.

 

Shooting Your Enemy’s Leaders Seems To Work (In Cyrillic, At Least)

Shooting Your Enemy’s Leaders Seems To Work (In Cyrillic, At Least)

 

I am all about learning lessons from the current Goat Rodeo in Ukraine to apply here at home where the real enemies are.

One of those lessons is this:

EVERY MAN a Rifleman!

Because the Most Dangerous Thing in the World is a Dedicated Man and his Rifle!

Because it’s not just about Shooting People, it’s about Shooting the RIGHT People.

 

Train Frequently and Prepare Accordingly.

Small Unit Tactics: RECCE Patrolling

Recce Patrolling I: The Recce Team

 

This is the first installment in a series of OUTSTANDING articles on Recon Basics (Reconnaissance) from from Justin over at Swift Silent Deadly.

Small Unit Tactics is a subject every serious Armed Citizen needs to study and TRAIN on in-depth.

I highly recommend you seek out my friend Brushbeater for some realistic, practical TRAINING today!

Time is short, Prepare Accordingly!

Tactical Employment of Smoke Grenades

Tactical Employment of Smoke Grenades

 

Highly recommend you have a few of these Enola Gaye EG-18X Smoke Bombs handy in your kit.

With things going the direction they are, they could be VERY handy soon.

 

Small Unit Tactics: B-52 Reconnaissance Tips of the Trade, Vietnam

B-52 Reconnaissance Tips of the Trade, Vietnam

 

Practical, Simple and Effective Hard Learned Tips from the Field.

Highly recommend you stick these on a External Thumb Drive for “SUT Training Reference Material”.

As a matter of Training, any book or interview with guys who worked in MAC-V-SOG during Vietnam, like John Stryker Meyer, is well worth your time IMO.