Survival Story: Captured by the Enemy

These stories always amaze me. Fighting for survival behind enemy lines There were times during their night marching when Crowson remembers being walked, under heavy cover, right near his fellow U.S. soldiers, not being able to scream out in fear of being shot by his... read more

5 to Stay Alive: Tips for Stealth Camping

What the hell is stealth camping you might ask? Well depending on who you talk to, you’ll get different answers, but in a nutshell it’s camping in a spot so as not to be seen by others and leaving no sign that you were ever there. Stealth camping can be in an... read more

Driving on Snow and Ice

Yesterday morning I received a call from a good friend and hopefully future SA contributor, who after seeing the insanity taking place in the southern states suggested an article on driving in the snow and on icy roads. Having grown up in New England, driving in bad... read more

Nuclear Armageddon Turns 50

This week we celebrate one of the funniest comedies of all time about an incredibly unfunny topic.  Dr. Strangelove: How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb celebrates its 50th birthday. From director Stanley Kubrick who created such classics as A Clockwork... read more

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