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He is not here, but is risen! -Luke 24:6

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Recon & Surveillance Course AAR, by Patriotman

We've got the course review in from the Recon & Surveillance class, held in the northeast. I'm honored to have continued students as well as those taking the time to talk about what's covered. What we do goes far beyond what most learn in so-called tactical courses.   What: This AAR (After Action Review) is …

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Waylays & Ambushcades: A Free Book On Historical Scouting

He (Jesse Hughes) never worked, but spent his time hunting and scouting. His clothing was colored in the ooze made from the bark of the chestnut oak; he would wear no other color, this shade harmonizing with the forest hues and rendering him less conspicuous to game and Indians. When scouting, his dress consisted only …

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1-2 June: Basics of Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course

Many of you have asked for it- We've added a Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) Course to the schedule for 1-2 June! The two day course will be instructed by a currently serving Army Combat Medic and will provide the student with a basic, working understanding of TC3 in an austere environment: How to approach …

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Practical, Tactical: Training Questions from a Reader

I got these questions from a reader based on the last couple of posts and its questions many have but don't quite understand. There's a lot of different reasons people begin to focus on communications, but when you boil it down, its one of two real necessities: either networking your group over an area, or, …

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Tasks for the ‘Designated Commo’ Guy

The reality for a lot of groups out there is that they have the one designate guy for everything. The medical guy, the mechanic guy, the construction guy, the gunsmith guy, the computer/tech guy, the jack-of-all-trades kinda guy, etc. Its no different when it comes to communications for the bulk of the people I've worked …

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