By Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer CAMP PERRY, OH – The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) has awarded $158,000 towards outstanding junior marksmen through its CMP Scholarship Program to be used for the 2017-2018 term – over $5,000 more than the previous year. A total of 289 applications were received, with 158 awarded to both junior males and females. The $1,000 CMP Continue Reading
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On yesterday’s episode of Training Talk we took an in-depth look at some of the classes on this year’s PDN Training Tour. I was joined by Caleb Causey of Lone Star Medics and we talked about what he does, why he does it, and why his material is important to the person living the self-reliant lifestyle.
I had a great conversation and learned about some courses I’ve not yet taken.
Be sure to check out the replay!
Be sure to join me tonight at 6:pm PDT/9:pm EDT for PDN Training Talk, the live webcast all about self defense: training, equipping, and preparing.
This week, I’ll be joined by Klint Macro, a self defense instructor and regular PDN Contributor, to discuss his very interesting article “Unicorns And The Situational Awareness Rainbow“. As you may know I’m not a fan of the term “situational awareness” as it’s commonly used, and Klint has a unique perspective on the topic as well. …
Spring is taking its sweet time getting here, but that hasn’t stopped me from collecting great articles for you! This week: a look at how you walk influences predators; what not to do for home security; why you should stop buying and start practicing; a proper response to a potential intruder; and, believe it or not, someone used a snubby to defend herself!
What your walk says about you
Many years ago a friend of mine, who’d survived …