Tag Archives: planning

False Alarm: Why the Missile Alert in Hawaii was a Stark Reminder of the Not So Distant Past

As traumatizing as it must have been to go through the recent events in Hawaii, it’s an stark reminder of… View Article

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The Red Team Mindset: Five Guiding Principles

Editor-in-Chief’s Note: Our friend and ITS Contributor, Uri Fridman, has provided a wealth of information here on ITS surrounding Red… View Article

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Balancing Preparedness and Clutter while Living Efficiently in Small Spaces

Chances are, if you’re a regular reader of ITS, you enjoy a combination of recreational shooting, camping/hiking and are at… View Article

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Plan, Execute and Vanish: Everyday Red Teaming

While “Red Team” often refers to a group of experts testing or infiltrating a physical or virtual perimeter of an… View Article

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Small Team Tactics: Simple and Light = Freedom, Agility and Mobility

I believe in being nimble. Being small and light allows you to move more fluently and act faster. Being light… View Article

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The Rule of Threes: A Matter of Priorities in a Survival Situation

The second worst feeling in the world, is that feeling you get the moment you realize you’re lost. I’m not… View Article

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