For most day-to-day uses, small pocket knives can make a lot more sense than tromping around with a Bowie knife or Woodsman's Pal.
The RUSH12 is my “12-hour pack” used for the 16- to 18-hour shifts that we end up working during a hurricane search and rescue deployment.
Ryan Atkinson is a security professional with decades of experience protecting some of the hottest musical acts on tours in 50+ countries.
We looked at a few smartphone security applications that can help you protect yourself, your data, and your hard-earned currency.
Preparation and planning can go a long way, in case you get stranded during a road trip. The key to success is planning for the…
One of the best things you can do to prepare for any emergency scenario is to create a “squad” of like-minded individuals with varied skills.
SDRs allow you to do more than just listen to radio traffic. Their flexibility and low cost makes them a great addition to your kit.
Fieldcraft Survival founder Mike Glover challenged me to survive for 72 hours in the desert with only the contents of a 1-quart Ziploc bag.
It could be argued that being savvy about what tools are available to you is a survival skill. This issue, we discuss gear for emergencies.
The Book of Two Guns is a journal written in the early 2000s that documented lessons learned while training with a 1911 pistol and AR-15.
Faraday bags can block various types of signals from communicating with electronic devices, including GPS, cellular, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.
Is there a combination of the best AR-15 mods, accessories, and technologies that can be condensed into a single do-all survival rifle? We set out…
We take a look at some of the latest survival gear from Grayl, Phantom Hill Design, RISE Armament, Paragon WLC, Strike Industries, and more.
With a little knowledge and imagination, improvised antiseptics can help the family medic decrease the risk of infection, even off the grid.