USMC Testing Scout Sniper & Electronic Warfare Concept

According to Stars and Stripes, The USMC has successfully experimented with pairing Marines from the Radio Recon Team with Scout Sniper Marines in a recent exercise in Norway. The Marine Corps, like the Army, is recognizing the changes on the contemporary battlefield and applying outside-the-box thinking pairing signals intelligence specialists with their Scout Snipers. The …

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A Modern Look At Guerrilla Radio Equipment

Watching a recent media piece on the FARC, I noticed a few shots of their radio equipment they were using to communicate between camps. Look familiar? Its a Yaesu 817 being run from a Sealed Lead Acid battery. Here's a better shot: Interesting layout by one of their RTOs: The old 817 appears to be …

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Due To High Demand: Privacy, Security & Anonymity 14-15 SEP

Due to the unexpected demand, I've linked up with Kilo and scheduled a second Privacy Course for 14-15 September. So if you emailed me wanting the course and found out it was full, we've got you covered. In case you're wondering what the course is all about, check out this link. Course cost is $200. …

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Privacy, Security & Anonymity Course: 24-25 August

Taught by Kilo, a friend and current member of the SOF community, this is a course normally only offered to Special Operations Personnel. But the information needs to be out there for those willing to take advantage of it. His description: Noah built the ark before the flood. This course will instruct the student on …

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From A Reader: PRC-64 HF Test Report From Jungle Conditions, 1967

PRC-64 Test Report In Jungle Conditions Since you teach classes using equipment in said scenarios, I'm forwarding it to you in case you have never read it. A little old, but in my humble opinion (Signal Corp--Vietnam and 50+ year ham), the principles are generally the same, and the equipment "needs" mostly still apply "today". …

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