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.
In the Cabela Infographic below are 13 Yes-No questions testing your survival skills readiness.
If you answer yes to question, the graphic leads you along one path. If you answer no, the chart lays out consequences and/or remedies.
Essentially based on the Core 4 and Law of 3’s, along with the critical survival categories (food, water, shelter, security, and communications), the infographic gives a quick insight to your skills level.
While at the indoor range shooting pistols and an AK, the Skinny Medic and his buddy Lou noticed an older gentleman practicing next to them.
The older guy fumbled about when loading, and when he shot … well, sometimes he hit the paper target.
It was pretty obvious the man had never shot a pistol before. It appeared he had probably never held one. But SM and his buddy were reluctant to butt in.
Here’s a man who speaks his mind.
In this video he lays out five agenda items you should do right now as basic prep. Actually, he wouldn’t say “should do” but “must do” … or don’t come whining to him and his group when SHTF.
The basic preparations to do now (if not completed already):