Avoiding bears is the best way to prevent an attack. If you’re in an area frequented by bears, here are a few other precautions you can take. Plus, the No. 1 way to survive an attack.
Now, you probably aren’t roaming the streets of Iraq or visiting villages in Afghanistan (I hope). But here are some techniques you can apply if you are walking or driving the streets of your city and think you have a tail.
In the SEAL teams, during mission planning and rehearsal, we would train for the best-case scenario and plan for the worst. In every operation, this included a “NO COMMS” plan. Here’s how to make one for your family.
Camping, hiking, fishing and rafting are all healthy and very gratifying activities. But at any moment you could find yourself in a situation that is potentially life-threatening. Today, you’ll learn what you should do if you must cross a body of water — be it a pond, lake, stream or rushing river.
Cade Courtley reviews the importance of assessing your situation in a crisis before making a lifesaving decision. Plus, he points out a trained reaction you may need to reconsider.
Today, survival expert and former Navy SEAL platoon commander Cade Courtley covers the basics of OTG living — including what essential supplies you’ll need.
The latest vehicle travel data show motorcyclists are about 27 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a motor vehicle traffic crash. If you enjoy riding motorcycles, here are a few precautions you need to take to avoid becoming one of these statistics.
Spring is finally here and summer is just around the corner, which means you will likely find yourself near a water source of some kind — be it a lake, river or stream. With that come a few inherent risks you need to be aware of.
Today, Cade Courtley opens up about a personal health struggle and explains why when it comes to preparedness it’s important to take care of your body, too.