You are especially vulnerable when you travel. Unless you pick up one of the TSA-approved self-defense and survival tools listed in the first of this week’s must-read articles. I’ll also share the No. 1 piece of travel gear I never leave home without.
In this week’s mailbag, I’ll reveal the best way to hide your home address, the most important thing to look for in a bug-out bag and how to evade GPS tracking — even on your smartphone. Plus, I’ll share some good advice and valuable resources I received from two of my readers.
This week’s mailbag features a wide variety of survival questions — from flying with firearms to escaping a flash mob to protecting your kids in a disaster even when they’re far from home.
Since many of you will be taking to the skies and hitting the roads next week, I figure it’s the perfect time to revisit some travel safety questions.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screens almost 2 million people per day. You wouldn’t believe some of the stuff they confiscate. Now, I’m not recommending that you bring anything dangerous or illegal on board, but if you’ve got a tactical pen, here’s how to get it through airport security.
I received some great questions this week, a few of which address topics we haven’t yet covered in depth. Let’s dive in.
I don’t advocate violence for violence’s sake. But when it comes to self-defense, you should do whatever you need to do to get out of the situation alive.
We’ve got quite a full mailbag this week — covering questions from how to choose a home security system to the advantages and disadvantages of Kevlar cord versus paracord.
Last year, the Transportation Security Administration screened over 708 million people. That breaks down to about 1.9 million people per day. TSA agents often take items that shouldn’t necessarily be confiscated, but when you’ve got a plane to catch, you’re not in the best position to negotiate with them. Today I’ll tell you how to stay safe and keep your items from being snatched.
Fort Meade, MD – The United States, the least unfree country on Earth, is fighting a major invasion of the Blueshirts. The most visible Blueshirts constitute a 50,000-plus army that occupies all the airports in America. Recognizable by their blue shirts and their inquisitive eyes and hands, they search and humiliate all Americans trying to …