A couple . . err . . . few things : 1. DTG Sends . . . 2. I was talking with a friend of mine today and he mentioned how it never ceases to amaze him that folks run out and buy a gun after a mass shooting like the one in Orlando in … More No, really … OWN your Personal Security
I worked for a spell as a locksmith while I was starting college and again briefly when I laid-off out of college. I learned very quickly more about situational awareness working that job than anywhere else I’ve been. When working on locks in bad areas (and even “good areas” for that matter), you develop a … More Keep Calm and Stay Aware
Some days it really seems like my “inbox” fills up quicker than I can get stuff done and into the “outbox”. This is especially true for folks running families. So while completing the never ending list of items to take care of, how does one implement a self-defense training program that is not only effective … More Self-Defense – “Staying Sharp”
Massad Ayoob – Road Rage Avoidance Just a friendly reminder: It’s a busy time of year. Most folks are in a hurry, driving all over God’s green earth to fulfill last minute requirements. Stress is high, roads are packed and people get pissed off. You suddenly find yourself in a road rage indecent. Do you … More Road Rage Avoidance
You’re only 20 minutes away . . . From being a better prepared individual. In light of recent violent events both domestically and abroad I’ve run into several people concerned with taking ownership of their own safety. That task can seem overwhelming though. But I’ve got good news. In 15 to 20 minutes a day, … More You’re only 20 minutes away . . .
Absolutely excellent article on the value of compartmentalization from Loren Schofield of FO Magazine. Foreign Internal Defense Tips: Developing Rapport & Compartmentalization Foreign Internal Defense Tips: Developing Rapport & Compartmentalization Former U.S. Army Special Forces soldier Loren Schofield continues his series on building rapport with strangers. You can read his last article here. To illustrate … More Compartmentalization – from FO Magazine