Another Student AAR For The RTO Course

Every class and every opportunity to work with great people is a gigantic blessing as well as a reminder of why I do this. For me, as noted at the end of this AAR, is the quality of student I get in class- to a person I've been humbled by the commitment and enthusiasm exhibited. …

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Why the RTO Course Exists and A Course Review From The Volunteer State

"I'm not interested in a hobby- I just want my stuff to work." This is, far and away, the most common comment I get when people reach out to me for help or come to class. They've read all the stuff, bought books, read the forums, and maybe punched that ham ticket a time or …

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The Prepper’s Signal Kit: Line of Sight Equipment Suggestions Based on Requests

I get a lot of questions regarding equipment- its a common theme, as a lot of the preppersphere focuses on what to buy. As anyone who's taken the RTO Course knows, the actual equipment itself doesn't matter that much with some solid foundational training. One VHF analog radio, functionality-wise, does the same thing as any …

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Guerrilla Radio: Getting Your Local Station Running

Originally posted over at American Partisan. Come check us out- lots of good liberty-oriented material getting posted daily. Many of the questions I get on a day-to-day basis revolve around what equipment is needed to get a radio station up and running with minimal cost. That’s a tough question and one that’s even tougher when …

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Guidelines for Integrating Inter-Team Communications Into Your Kit

The cornerstone of why you need communications in the field is unit coordination. Teams must have a way to relay what they see and update the situation to other partner teams in the field and to a command location. This is what's known as Inter-Team Communications and should be thought of as your lifeline for …

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