This book is how average people, with no military or law enforcement skills, who haven’t been steeping themselves in the prepper/patriot movement for years can defend a modern American suburban neighborhood. Military and police tactics have been adapted for realistic scenarios that civilians might face. If you want to stay safe and protect yourself and your neighborhood from people seemingly bent on destroying the country for destruction’s sake, this is your guide. Maintenant disponible à la vente en français!
This book is the perfect follow-up companion to Suburban Defense: A cop's guide to protecting your home and neighborhood during riots, civil war, or SHTF. Some of the topics examined are: —How defenders can use and defeat drones, —Urban fighting in modern American terrain, and —Vehicular gunfights. Maintenant disponible à la vente en français!
Rural Home Defense is the rural companion to Suburban Defense and Suburban Warfare. This book is for: Farmers who are going to be facing intimidation from organized crime. Isolated rural homeowners. Country neighborhoods that need to band together against marauders. Keeping remote homes and retreats in the hands of their owners.
A guide to how small drones might be used in domestic unrest or low intensity conflicts
Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are changing the tactical landscape of warfare. The use of drones in conflicts has the potential to alter centuries of ground warfare in the same way as disruptive technologies like smokeless powder, the repeating firearm, tanks, and radios did in the past. Not just a rhetorical discussion of drone warfare, this book looks at practical usage by the prepared citizen, partisan, and soldier.
"How do I survive a nuclear war? I live in a wood frame tract house!" you may be thinking. It IS possible to survive nuclear war without an underground shelter. You don't have to despair if the global instability on the world stage comes to that. If the radiation level is low enough, even sheltering in the center of a joisted masonry or wood framed slab on grade house can be effective. Learn practical nuclear survival tips and the realities of a nuclear war the other books leave out. Survive it!
Do you want a two-way radio to communicate during emergencies, disasters, or the end of the world? Is the information online or on YouTube just too confusing to get a good understanding of what your options are? If so, this book is for you! Don't let the test of ham radio put you off. This is NOT a "how to get your ham license" guide or a technical explanation of radios and radio waves. This is a primer that will explain all the things that the sad hams and YouTube videos can never seem to get around to.
You may find yourself in the middle of a human disaster you may never have anticipated. Cyberattacks may cripple cell phone networks, nuclear war is suddenly a threat again, and civil unrest is simmering just below the surface. You can't plan to survive what you haven't planned for. Every citizen must begin thinking outside the box and for catastrophes not seen by Western society in generations. Note: portions of this book are excerpted and adapted from the author's other works.
A suburban father is plunged into an icy heart of darkness that threatens his family and everything he holds dear. When a cataclysmic combination of a polar vortex, power grid failure, fuel shortage, and violent pre-election riots converges on his city, Ross’s complacent existence shatters into a deadly struggle for survival.
How would you ensure your family survived a modern nuclear war in America? In the late 2020s, two families find themselves caught in the middle of a nuclear war with China, fighting for survival. Carson Akins and his friend Neal Reiter find themselves trapped in unenviable, life-threatening situations while war rages and fallout descends around them.
What would you do in a modern-day nuclear crisis? Would you leave behind your job at the risk of being fired if nothing—which you pray for—happens? Twin brothers Sheldon and Ellis are keeping a close eye on the development of a war between China and the United States. When it looks like it is about to go nuclear, they realize how close they are drawing the line between evacuation and sheltering in place. On the eve of the war, one brother is poised to head for their remote desert ranch while the other constructs a hasty shelter for his wife who refuses to leave.
You might survive a nuclear attack, but would you survive the aftermath? Two friends have a choice: stay in the city and take the chance that they are not pummeled by nuclear warheads or take their chances in the Mojave Desert. Only when it is too late do they make the decision to head for the safety of a friendly ranch, the new home of brothers Sheldon and Ellis from the prequel. Meanwhile, desperate Chinese commandos are somewhere roaming the countryside.
What would life look like after an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) robs Southern California of electricity, communications, and utilities while cars are starved of fuel? Ventura County, just north of Los Angeles, planned for a nuclear attack, but not a devastating EMP. In the apocalyptic chaos, can the men and women of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office keep the threads of society together while everything falls apart, or do they descend into the same brutality as the villains?
In the follow up to "Hard Favored Rage," a new group of law enforcement officers struggle to survive. Can a group of unprepared cops help a small county just outside of Los Angeles survive the total collapse of society devastated by an Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)? For millions, their death sentence begins the moment the power goes out and the California Aqueduct runs dry, leaving the crops to wither in the fields and the cities to burn. Mere anarchy has been loosed upon the United States.
What if Santa Claus were real? It’s a question that many of us have had since we were old enough to know the truth. How would he deliver the presents? What would the theological implications be of Santa? In this novella, a New York Times reporter gets a mysterious invitation to meet Santa at the North Pole. With the help of the United Postal Service, the reporter travels to the remote Alaskan town of Barrow, the northernmost place in the United States. When he arrives at the North Pole, the cynical journalist is confronted with a wonderous world that seems like make believe every December.
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