10 comments on “How a Feral Gang/Opposing Force Might Come at Your ‘Retreat’ – Pt 1

  1. Reblogged this on StarvinLarry and commented:
    Something everyone needs to read-even if you just consider yourself a “prepper” or a “survivalist”,or you think you and a couple of your buddies can protect your families in a disaster/crisis/SHTF situation-read this-let it sink in-then start doing something to prepare yourselves for something like this-because these types will be out there.

  2. There are a lot of people who haven’t even thought of the value of horses,or of using horses in a attack,along with very few who have thought about using dogs.
    Great description of those who will be trying to just take other peoples supplies-or worse.

    Reblogged this on starvinlarry.com

  3. Exactly right. Got network? Got allies? Got comms? Got mutual aid agreements? Might just come in handy against the feral groups who are currently planning on you being THEIR resupply.

  4. Hi,
    I’m the HMFIC of a TYDD group out of AR and want to say WTG on the OPRED ASCOM of this post. It’s not common that the UGTWW of a blog will TILIS when it comes to readiness and especially the TCOMSTRUC JSOC way of thinking. My only critique would be that GRAFOCUS when it comes to TACSITREP GATC debriefs should also always include PTAC and HCAV.
    Thanks for your hard work on this!

  5. Thanks for coming by and checking out the post and for the kind words and acronyms. Something to remember, this outline is from the ‘bad people’ and if they don’t debrief completely, great! They learn less.

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  7. As a horseman and professional white-water/mountaineering guide, I would like to draw attention to the often overlooked value of having of mountain bikes at the ready for certain logistical scenarios. Their operational versatility cannot be over emphasized. With proper conditioning and training, a mountain bike would be my “local” AO vehicle of choice; even over my best mules or horse in a lot of circumstances.

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