There are situational skills that may save your life, if you know what you’re doing. There are also “common knowledge” reactions that may do more harm than good. The folks at list25 call them survival myths.
This “myth list” include:
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Author and radio host, Mark Steyn, delivers a compelling speech imploring citizens of the free world to stand fast against the barbarians, against the terrorists who threaten western civilization.
With humor and insightful rhetoric, he mocks The New York Times and Yale University Press for “selective sensitivity” on what they publish, and on what they now don’t dare print … kowtowing to demands of Dark Age tribes and “enlightened” elites.
Mike and friends of MCQBushcraft spend a couple of days exploring the conifer forest and mountain streams of The Lakes in England.
As my wife and I watched this video, we just wanted to be there.
It reminded us of our camping trips to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the Adirondacks in upstate New York, and a long ago hiking adventure in Washington State.
This video from around 1961 highlights the bow and arrow skills of the “Silent Warriors” from the Army’s 19th Group Special Forces Group, based at Draper, Utah. This is before the Green Berets.
This 2½ minute clip titled the “Silent Warriors” is from an episode of the US Army series “The Big Picture.” It discusses the potential superiority of the bow and arrow in certain tactical situations including:
A “penetration” challenge test against other small arms projectiles is set up at the firing range.