Swift | Silent | Deadly
Justin Fields was that weird kid that knew from five or six years that he would join the military. Sure enough, he enlisted shortly after high school and it was the best decision he ever made. The military sent him all over the world, including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. It enabled him with a myriad of training that would be nearly impossible to duplicate on his own. But it didn’t stop there. After leaving military service, he continued deploying to high-threat environments with some other government agencies. After the sun set on that period of his life, he moved into his second professional decade. This period, which he's still in, was about passing information along to others. For five years he taught special reconnaissance for a U.S. special operations asset. At the same time he began developing his own curriculum in digital tradecraft, which would come to be his livelihood, and is still his profession. And now here he is, with the goal of passing on some of the knowledge, skills, and lessons learned to YOU. Check out his blog at https://swiftsilentdeadly.com/
You were just involved in a shooting, now dial 911 properly
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The fundamentals of search & assess after a firefight
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Would you go to school for a Bachelor’s of Tactical Sciences degree?
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Shotgun for your self-defense
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Deadbolt security: Your guide to Forced Entry Resistance
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