144:1 Sends- Patches and a Discount Code

Brushbeater V3 Patches still in stock- get them while you can, this is going to be the last run for a while. And while you're there check out some of the other cool stuff, like the 6th Louisiana Infantry patch, the Texas 20th Infantry flags or my own favorite, the Guilford Courthouse flag. Check em …

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From A Reader: AmRRON T-REX 18 AAR

AmRRON (American Redoubt Radio Operator's Network) holds an annual grid-down exercise, having its members relay traffic and reports for a disaster scenario. In my view its what the ARRL's Field Day actually should be, but that's another story. Mauser sends the following: First, I'm not sure how familiar you are with AMRRON, so a quick …

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Developing and Exploiting Open Source Signals Intelligence

The whole point of intelligence is exploitation- what we collect and refine must be actionable. If not, it does us no good. You can run around with your rifle and kit all day and accomplish exactly zero without a larger coordination and dedicated effort towards recognizing how to exploit weakness in one's foe. That is, …

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So, What Role Will Militias Play In The ‘Upcoming Unpleasantness’, Anyway?

This is a response, of sorts, to a post done a month ago over at Forward Observer. It's an important read. I don't disagree with the key points, but there's a definite context that needs clarification. As one who's been on the receiving end of the policy points made in the white paper which Sam …

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Back to Basics: Everything That’s Old Is New Again

A couple of articles that were sent to me by different sources: Operation Lone Wolf: Sniper Leader Course Trains and Tests US and Allied Forces QRPX-2017 First Place Winner - How the Army Does HF Radio Although a little over a year old, they both indicate a (welcome) re-emphasis on basic small unit thinking and …

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