Prepping 2.0 with Glenn Tate and Shelby Gallagher

I had the awesome honor of being a guest on Prepping 2.0 with authors Glenn Tate and Shelby Gallagher. It was a great time with two very good folks- check out the link link and be sure to check out their Patreon page! Prepping 2.0 Episode 22  

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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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Recon & Surveillance Course Review by Johnny Mac

The following review comes by way of Johnny Mac and was posted at his forum, Unchained Preppers. Check em out, great folks and a no-BS forum. What: This AAR (After Action Review) is to briefly outline my attendance of the Recon & Surveillance two-day class facilitated by NCScout blog owner of Brushbeater.com. Who: Facilitator NCScout …

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First Line Course: Primitive Tools and Weapons

On the second day of class we cover improvised weapons and tools, including hands on with flint knapping, primitive archery from bows we make from locally grown Osage and deer sinew, Atlatls, fishing kit made from sinew and bone,  while getting hands on with it in ways you might not otherwise.   One Mind, Any …

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New Fall Course Added: Basic Human Tracking

I'm excited to add a new class to the course schedule for the Fall- Basic Man Tracking on 7-8 September 2019. The class will be instructed by Holy Serf, a retired LEO, 82nd Airborne Combat Engineer and Medic, Wilderness First Responder and EMT, and having run this same course to professional law enforcement and search …

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From A Reader: Spot-On Observations

One of the best things about running this blog, without a doubt, has been the interaction I've had with so many good folks. Communications are that area that makes or breaks a unit at the tactical level and unfortunately, those same tactical communications have been the most misunderstood or neglected area of knowledge in the …

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