Monthly Archives: May 2012

Azimuth Check

I’ve got a little elective surgery coming up tomorrow morning so if there’s no updates for a couple of days don’t sweat it.  I’m still alive and kicking (hopefully). Anyway I’m working on the second part of the Zone pieces … Continue reading

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Defense: More Concepts To Take Into Consideration

Rainy weather is giving me a little slack time so I’m back at it today – and please excuse me for crappy art I’m not an artist.  In the last entry we examined the immediate zones (A through C) and … Continue reading

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Defense: Homestead Case Study – Back to Terrain Pt.2

In the last entry I oriented you to our notional homestead and we dissected a threat based zone system along with identifying what/how the threat could move and observe in our immediate Area of Operations (AO).  The zone system is … Continue reading

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A Little Shout Out & A Mini AAR

Let me get some pimping out of the way first.  Someone pointed a Podcast out to me a few weeks ago and I’ve been listening to it while riding the tractor over the last week or so.  It’s The Shrugging … Continue reading

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Defense: Homestead Case Study – Back to Terrain Pt.1

I know a lot of you have been waiting for this and I’ve gotten a lot of emails asking when I was going to get into the nuts and bolts of building a homestead defense plan.  This is going to … Continue reading

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Defense: Applying Logical Processes In Planning and Execution of Homestead Defense

Before I start getting neck deep into physical and procedural measures we can take to defend the old homestead I feel that a brief overview of tactical thinking is probably in order.  At this point we are primarily concerned with … Continue reading

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Mosby Sends: The Logistics of Successful Cache Plan Development

Mosbys latest, and as always well worth the read: Resistance S4: The Logistics of Successful Cache Plan Development Relevance?  If you have to shag from your defensive position it is a damn good idea to have some fall back material … Continue reading

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