Kaleb Retzer and I discuss his Master’s Thesis Proposal for Local-Level EMP Mitigation and Response Planning. Kaleb is a friend and a former guest way back in Episode 78. He has some great ideas for local planning and we talk about some of them here. Kaleb Retzer is a graduate student in Adelphi University’s Master’s […]
Bjorn has had a hand in some very revolutionary discoveries with a global impact on better humanity. His understanding of the threats we face and his optimistic outlook on the emergency preparedness community makes this a fun episode to listen to.
Matthew West gives us insight into the great Texas Freeze of 2021. We learn about some of the problems, what went wrong, and we…
Brigadier General (Ret-NYG) Ken Chrosniak was enlisted before he became an officer through Officer Candidate School.
An NRA Certified Instructor, a competitive shooter, an AR-15 gunsmith, a Black Belt Instructor in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program, and a CPR trained Combat Lifesaver.
Bjorn Simundson and I discussed personal, national and global chaos, but also in that chaos comes opportunities.
Steven Curtis is very knowledgeable on this subject of nuclear power, especially how it can be scaled down for use in communities.
The topic of discussion was Children and Civil Defense. We also talked about The American Civil Defense Association (TACDA) and what that great organization has done. Their biannual Journal has great information in it, which is where the article came from on children and civil defense that we spoke about. The TACDA Survival Store also […]
Jeff Nyquist is a very knowledgeable national security expert. He understands the historical aspects of what we are seeing on the streets…
So why should we listen to a millennial about community preparedness? Because his generation has a big voice today and more so as time goes on. Kaleb and I talk about his blog post from 2018, plus his journey to a better understanding of the topic and the threats he discovered on his journey. It […]