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Tactical Tips: Marines Guide to Hiding From Drones

(TacticalNews.com) - Eleven seasoned Marines and veterans came together to provide a guide on how to camouflage yourself, specifically from enemy drones. This guide is to help you understand the purpose of camouflage, unmanned...
Learning From COVID: 12 Reasons Why We Should Prepare

Learning From COVID: 12 Reasons Why We Should Prepare

(TacticalNews.com) - This COVID-19 pandemic has been tragic. Though any good prepper knows to not let a crisis go to waste. COVID, while very infectious has a low mortality rate making it the perfect...
Preserve Meat with Salt

Preserve Meat with Salt

(TacticalNews.com) - Meat preservation has been important to mankind for a very long time. Technology has drastically changed the way we preserve meat or any food for that matter. Of course, as with anything,...
Tips for Handling PTSD on Independence Day

Tips for Handling PTSD on Independence Day

(TacticalNews.com) - Independence Day is a wonderful holiday and the perfect excuse to enjoy good food and fireworks with friends and family. For some, the fireworks may bring back bad memories for those suffering...
How COVID has Changed Grey Man

How COVID has Changed Grey Man

(TacticalNews.com) - When someone thinks of the color grey, they typically think neutral — between black and white. Being a grey man holds the same concept. The idea is to blend in with your...
Martial Law: What Can Our Government Really Do?

Martial Law: What Can Our Government Really Do?

(TacticalNews.com) - Martial Law is something that, realistically, can happen, especially in these chaotic times. If you’ve watched the news recently, you might see that there’s a lot of civil unrest. The National Guard...

Concealed vs Open Firearm Carry

(TacticalNews.com) - With the recent events unfolding, including the call for defunding the police, now is a great time to think about using your 2A rights. The Second Amendment is crucial for ensuring the...
Caught in a Riot: How to Survive Civil Unrest

Caught in a Riot: How to Survive Civil Unrest

(TacticalNews.com) - With all of the craziness going on in America today, it might be a good idea to learn how to get out of a bad situation. During times of civil unrest, riots...
Dry Fire Drills to Improve Muscle Memory

Dry Fire Drills to Improve Muscle Memory

(TacticalNews.com) - You know what they say; practice makes perfect. Dry fire drills are no different as practicing these can seriously improve your overall firearm skills; whether it be focused on switching magazines or...
How to Find Property for Optimal Survivability

How to Find Property for Optimal Survivability

(TacticalNews.com) - Whether it’s a backup property to serve as a bug-out location, or simply a homestead to settle down on, finding the right property for a survival situation can be tricky. Watch as...
6 Perimeter Alarms for SHTF Defense

6 Perimeter Alarms for SHTF Defense

Home defense is always a hot topic in the survival community — after all, everyone wants to keep their families, property and supplies safe. Sure, home security systems are great at deterring the average...
Modern Strategy and The Art of War

Modern Strategy and The Art of War

(TacticalNews.com) - It’s amazing to think a book written roughly 2,500 years ago could still be so relevant today. Sun Tzu’s “Art of War” has proven to be applicable on the battlefield, in business,...
Sling Set Up for Optimal Use

Sling Set Up for Optimal Use

(TacticalNews.com) - Having a wealth of tactical knowledge is only half the battle  — training to use it properly is essential. Having the right equipment and knowing how to implement it is key...
How to Cold Read a Situation

How to Cold Read a Situation

(TacticalNews.com) - You’ve heard the term “actions speak louder than words” — this simple phrase has a lot more weight to it than most people realize. Being aware of your surroundings and the people...
How to Clear a Room Without Backup

How to Clear a Room Without Backup

(TacticalNews.com) - Traditionally, clearing a room while moving through a structure is done with a team, generally by law enforcement or the military. If it’s in the middle of the night and someone has...
Red Teaming: How to Think Like Your Adversary

Red Teaming: How to Think Like Your Adversary

(TacticalNews.com) - The best way to protect yourself is to understand how your adversary thinks. Whether it’s your own body, your home, business or family, if you can get in your enemy’s head, you...
Tactical Weapon Storage for the Average Home

Tactical Weapon Storage for the Average Home

(TacticalNews.com) - On any given day, you can do a search for tactical weapon storage items and furniture and absolutely get lost salivating over all the cool options. Unfortunately, most of us don’t have...
Defending Yourself Against a Larger Opponent

Defending Yourself Against a Larger Opponent

(TacticalNews.com) - Finding yourself in a street fight is always a dangerous situation, but when you’re facing off against a much larger opponent, things get much more complicated. Not only are they likely to...

#1 Overlooked Survival Skill for Uncertain Times

#1 Survival Trait (TacticalNews.com) - When most people think of prepping or survival traits they think in terms of physical skills, like hunting, combat and shelter. But before any of those things are even worth...
Portable Power Possibilities

Portable Power Possibilities

(TacticalNews.com) - While not a priority like food, water, clothing, and shelter, electricity is fairly high on the list of conveniences. If you asked some millennials and Gen-Zers it might even beat out clothing,...

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