20 April 2017 The Voyage of the Admiral Kuznetsov, and the Unveiling of the Paper Tiger Recent Russian military operations have given the appearance that the proverbial bear in the north is growing larger and stronger by … Continue reading The Voyage of the Admiral Kuznetsov, and the Unveiling of the Paper Tiger
I’ve been a big advocate of carrying medical gear nearby, but up until recently the bulk of my personal kit was carried off body. Being a college student, (currently), I’m able to carry a good deal of just-in-case trauma gear … Continue reading Rescue Essentials Tactical Ankle Medical Kit
This article is courteously provided by a guest contributor: Most commonly known “safes” suck, and are actually Residential Security Containers with fancy paint and logos, or not even that. They can be quickly pried or cut into, and don’t protect … Continue reading What to Look for in a Gun Safe
Everybody wants to be a gunfighter. Guns are cool, guns are fun, guns look good on instagram, but let’s be honest….. for the average joe, guns are useless. As Joe Blow civilian, (and in many cases even as Pvt Joe … Continue reading Vehicle Preparedness Gear
A good belt kit can act as a great “standalone” piece of gear for military, LE, or civilian applications. This will detail some refinements I’ve done to my own gear through trial and error. Since the Warrior Industries class back … Continue reading Belt Kit
I’ve received multiple questions from friends asking about advice for their upcoming JRTC rotations. I’ve compiled some of the questions and responses below in order to help streamline the process. “What do training units usually screw up when they go … Continue reading My Unit is Going to JRTC, What Should I Know?
We’ve already covered MG optimization, when it comes to setting up the gun. The next step is covering how we can optimize our load bearing rigs to support belt fed ammunition/weapons systems. This is, as always, .mil/contractor centric. For my … Continue reading Machine Gun Kit Optimization
“I’m thinking about getting my first handgun, any recommendations?” This is a question I’ve answered for friends and family member’s countless times. I never tire of answering it, as I enjoy sharing knowledge, but it does get old retyping the … Continue reading Buying Your First Handgun:What you should get and why.
The entire time I’ve owned multiple AR’s, I’ve always had a designated “primary” system. This rifle is the one that does the bulk of the shooting. This rifle was initially assembled as a trainer for my issued setup, allowing me … Continue reading Primary Rifle Overview
Pulled straight from Wikipedia: “An opposing force (abbreviated OPFOR, used in the United States and Australia) or enemy force (used in Canada) is a military unit tasked with representing an enemy, usually for training purposes in war game scenarios.” The … Continue reading OPFOR Tenets