Tag Archives: DC

Lockdown: What to Do After Locking the Doors

“Get inside and lock your doors!” There is a new word creeping into our vernacular: LOCKDOWN. Some call it “shelter… View Article

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The Secret Operations of P.O. Box 1142

Today it’s an average park where families come to barbecue or play baseball, but during World War II, there were… View Article

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62 Miles – The One Day Hike AAR

They say that the One Day Hike (ODH) may be the mid-Atlantic region’s oldest long distance hike. Even though The… View Article

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GORUCK Scavenger Hunt: Bare Bones Intel from Class 001

On New Years Eve, I completed the first ever GORUCK Scavenger  in Washington DC.  Due to OPSEC, you won’t find… View Article

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East Coast Earthquake: After Action Report

I’m sitting at my desk as I feel the floor gently ‘bounce.’ I work on the 11th floor of an… View Article

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