I get asked all the time “what should I do if I’m caught up in a terror attack?” There are many ways to increase your chances of survival, and one thing we can all do is incorporate appropriate kit in our everyday carry. I now have a complete set of items which will help me in a variety of ways should it “go noisy” while I’m out and about. I don’t leave home without my day sack which now contains everything I need to try to keep myself safe, within the stringent UK law.
I have drawn on my experiences as a Tier One operator in some of the world’s most dangerous places to piece together gear which will give me and those around me the best chance of survival, should the worst happen. I have also managed to remain covert about the way I do business and not scare people, which is very important. The last thing you want to do is make yourself a target by showing that you are the guy who is equipped to deal with stuff. The stuff I have chosen to carry everyday will help me against attacker(s) and also aid dealing with the aftermath of an attack. The emergency services can take quite some time to respond due to the nature of the attacks. Having an idea of what will help can save a life which otherwise would be lost.
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