Fusion centers are a way for local, state and federal agencies to share intelligence information for analysis. Are these centers useful in thwarting terrorist plots? Or are they invading the privacy of innocent Americans? Let’s take a look.
Black Bag Confidential
This week’s selection of articles strikes a pretty even balance between technological threats and the perils of Mother Nature. It just goes to show that in this day and age, you need to be prepared for anything.
I received some great questions this week, a few of which address topics we haven’t yet covered in depth. Let’s dive in.
Burglars typically select homes that look like easy targets. For some added security, check out these three unusual devices that will make your home seem less inviting to criminals.
This week’s batch of articles includes an excellent piece on the virtue of willpower. I believe a survival mindset is something anyone can cultivate — truly anyone. If you don’t believe me, take a look.
In addition to tackling questions about bump keys, smokeless fires and survival keychains, I’ve also included some reader feedback on whether or not convicted felons should be allowed to own firearms. Let’s keep the conversation going!
In an emergency situation, two of the most important things you will need to provide for yourself are food and water. Good thing there is one survival tool that can help you with both — a survival stove.
At the end of the day, ensuring your survival is up to you. Study this week’s articles to learn more ways you can easily and efficiently integrate prepping into your everyday life.
This week, Cade Courtley takes the reins, answering your questions from a Navy SEAL’s perspective. Check it out.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is one of the busiest airports in the world — it basically operates as its own city. Let’s take a look at how this airport gathers intelligence to keep its millions of travelers safe.