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If you’re survival minded like us you need to know how to make ammunition. If you’ve been keeping up with the news you’d know ammo is a hard thing to come by. Not only is ammunition hard to come by, but it will be exponentially harder to acquire post-disaster. With this in mind, maybe it’s time to learn the art Continue reading →
Looting, scavenging, call it what you will. When the SHTF, you might need to do a little scavenging. Scavenging after SHTF carries significant stigma, invoking your most dreaded nightmares. During man-made or natural disasters (including war), scavenging is a common occurrence. Practicing subscribers to usCrow and other various prepper or survival websites are more prepared than others. However, even the Continue reading →
This tactical operations guide will outline basic combat theater operations for offense. More often than not survivalists and preppers tend to forget the darkness of man. Not only will we be forced to contend with military opponents, but we will be faced with evil men, men who will band together against our righteous cause. If you truly want your unit Continue reading →
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Children bring meaning to our lives. With children there is no hesitation. The moment our offspring’s threatened the instinctual reaction is to immediately engage the threat. For me, my children are the meaning of life and many others like me will die to protect their young. This is why responsible family preparedness plans for various man-made or natural disasters is Continue reading →
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We all know how useful 550 cord and Duct Tape is. How about socks? If you need any more proof that Communism is the worst idea ever… Apparently, the Russian Army is just now issuing socks. So comrades the GI sock is your best friend. I would pack at least 6 pairs in a 72 hour kit. They are that important. Continue reading →
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Fist let me say that when I found out that the North Korean Army has to grow their own food… I was like fuck that shit. If I had to grow my own food I would kill mother fuckers on principal. Now… I am not as violent towards the idea. Today we have the Highest GDP to debt ratio since Continue reading →
When I was sent to learn CERT I had nightmares. CERT is like a soup sandwich. There is no real rank or command structure. Training is minimal and pretty much anyone can do it. I was sweating bullets thinking some 2nd Grade Teacher would call her self the “incident commander” and do stupid shit that would get people killed. I Continue reading →
Do you know who Lieutenant General Harold G Moore is? LZ X-Ray sound familiar? We Were Soldiers? Mel Gibson? Well here is his take on Battlefield Leadership. It is worth a read. Battlefield Leadership Preparations These preparations could fill a book; a few items: Read military history. Read small unit actions. Personality of a big battle is often Continue reading →
Let me tell you why the STOMP and Special Operations Medical Bag by Blackhawk is a piece of shit. A lot of medics will disagree with me. They will disagree because they used it in AIT. If that is what you learned with, you tend to think its the greatest thing ever. So you have no experience with it. Let Continue reading →
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