Posts Tagged ‘ Insurgencies ’

Green Beret Pocket Guide to Terrorism Awareness and Personal Security by Brian Morris

Oct 3rd, 2014 | By

In this episode of GCT Radio, Cork Graham interviews  Special Forces Master Sergeant  Brian Morris, US Army (Ret). about his new book on dealing with terrorism and personal security. To learn more about the book, to buy the book from the publisher, or to buy an autographed copy of the book directly from me go to my […]



Civil War in America…Again?!

Apr 20th, 2013 | By

As if the terrorist attack this week was not bad enough, there’s a distinct possibility that there could be a civil war in the United States within the next three to four years, hinted at only by inflammatory and ignorant statements by ESQUIRE staffer, Linda Ginsburg: “I’ll bet good money it’s a right-wing nutjob. Today […]



Benelli’s M4 Matches Well With the PDX1 Defender

Nov 28th, 2012 | By

Synonymous with the USMC since 1998, the Benelli M4 has been a true workhorse for close-quarter and short range combat. Its reputation has been built on its durability, accuracy, and how well it cycles a variety of rounds, from low-power non-lethal cartridges, such as those sending rubber bullet and rubber buckshot, all the way up to […]



WE CAN ALL USE SOME INSPIRATION

May 3rd, 2012 | By

No man is an island and we all need inspiration time to time. If you can pull your head out of your iPhone or laptop long enough you just might be amazed at what’s going on in the world around you. A couple of weeks ago I received an email from a fan of the TV […]



GCT MAG ADJUSTS TO THE WINDS OF CHANGE: Are You Prepared?

Apr 20th, 2012 | By

Nuclear Holocaust. Past Peak Oil. Economic Collapse. Influenza Outbreak…ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE! The list could go on. Unless you’ve been living in Mother Goose’s boot, you’ve noticed things are not as they have been.  Things are much, much different… A friend from college, who had been living outside of the country since he graduated, visited last week. […]



THE ULTIMATE SNIPER by MAJ John L. Plaster USAR (ret.) [Book Review & Interview]

Aug 11th, 2010 | By

          Anyone who has been in the sniping community since the 1980s easily recognizes a number of names like Capt. Jack C. Cuddy USMC, Gunny Carlos Hathcock USMC (ret.), Major Edward J. Land Jr. USMC (ret.), and Major John L. Plaster USAR (ret), those who’ve made profound improvements on the US training of snipers, and building […]



Saigon, Afghanistan?

Jul 16th, 2010 | By

   There is an ever-increasing possibility that the United States and its allies could possibly lose the fight in Afghanistan. I’m often asked, what could that mean for the world at large?   Looking back at the years from 1954 until 1991, we have some very solid evidence of what could happen. In part it has […]