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How to Zero Your Rifle Like An Infantryman

How to Zero Your Rifle Like An Infantryman

“Some Privates these days,” the career grunt will complain, “Don’t even know how to zero their rifles.” The mission of this post and this blog really, is to rid the world of this incompetence. There are better and faster ways to zero your weapon surely, but here’s how they’ve been doing it in the U.S. military for a long time.[Read More…]

by June 6, 2014 0 comments Guns & Weapons
The Army Poncho Hooch Made Easy

The Army Poncho Hooch Made Easy

Light infantry units don’t expect luxuries typically enjoyed by campers. Tents are nice, but not advisable on the battlefield. Light of any kind is prohibited, so don’t even think about lighting a camp fire. By necessity a grunt must construct disguise-able shelter using only what they can carry in their ruck. The term “hooch” is a Vietnam Era expression that[Read More…]

by May 25, 2014 0 comments Emergency Preparedness
7 Ways You Can Prepare For Wildfire Season

7 Ways You Can Prepare For Wildfire Season

They say it never rains in Southern California and those are conditions most of us can live with. While the climate is typically ideal, unusually low humidity and hot, dry air blowing in from the desert have contributed to a series of devastating wild fires in San Diego County this week. Over 125,000 people were evacuated from the advancing flames[Read More…]

by May 22, 2014 0 comments Emergency Preparedness
3 Ways You Can Help Prevent Veteran Suicide

3 Ways You Can Help Prevent Veteran Suicide

Veteran suicide is a brewing epidemic that has the complete attention of the U.S. government. The Veterans Administration estimates that 22 Veterans are committing suicide each day, many suffering from the paralyzing grip of PTSD symptoms. Over 8,000 active and discharged service members are killing themselves each year, more than the amount of combat deaths suffered by the U.S. in[Read More…]

by May 12, 2014 0 comments Military News
U.S. Army Learning Jungle Survival In Philippines

U.S. Army Learning Jungle Survival In Philippines

Infantry grunts in the U.S. Army are learning jungle survival techniques during a joint U.S.-Philippines military exercise known as Balikatan. The training operation is being conducted at Fort Magsaysay during the stickiest month of the year in Southeast Asia. Plenty of water is being consumed in suffocating humidity as day time highs reach the upper 90’s in Palayan City. Over[Read More…]

by May 8, 2014 0 comments Military News
10 Medal Of Honor Recipients From The War In Afghanistan

10 Medal Of Honor Recipients From The War In Afghanistan

President Barack Obama will award the Medal of Honor to former Army Sgt. Kyle Jerome White for his actions on November, 8th 2007 in Aranas, Afghanistan. Sgt. White showed disregard for his own life while attempting to save two Marines and another soldier after being ambushed by a large enemy force. White is the tenth Veteran of Afghanistan to receive[Read More…]

by May 5, 2014 0 comments Military News
NFL Takes Aim At Redskins AR-15

NFL Takes Aim At Redskins AR-15

The NFL is hot on the trail of the custom Redskins AR-15 claiming the football themed weapon violates trademark and licensing laws. At the center of debate is a burgundy and gold AR-15 that showed up last week at the Nation’s Gun Show in Chantilly, VA. Pictures of the beauty circulated quickly online, gaining the attention of league officials. @nfl[Read More…]

by May 4, 2014 0 comments Random News
10 Ways To Prepare For Tornado Season

10 Ways To Prepare For Tornado Season

After a slow start in 2014 tornado season announced itself with a destructive thump in the Southeast United States this week. Deaths reported in Oklahoma were the first of the year, illustrating the need to be prepared for deadly twisters right now! Growing up in Tornado Alley is no joke. Many hours are spent during the Spring and Summer hiding[Read More…]

by May 2, 2014 0 comments Emergency Preparedness