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Survival Kit Contents Check

Sunday, February 3rd, 2019

“Survival kit contents check. In them you’ll find:

– One forty-five caliber automatic

– Two boxes of ammunition

– Four days’ concentrated emergency rations

– One drug issue containing antibiotics, morphine,

  vitamin pills, pep pills, sleeping pills, tranquilizer pills

– One miniature combination Russian phrase book and Bible

– One hundred dollars in rubles

– One hundred dollars in gold

– Nine packs of chewing gum

– One issue of prophylactics

– Three lipsticks

– Three pair of nylon stockings.

Shoot, a fella’ could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas with all that stuff.”

Major T. J. “King” Kong

SHOT Show 18 – Solkoa M-400R Combat Survival Evasion & Recovery Kit

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

Last year, Solkoa added their military survival kits to their website which allowed authorized customers to easily access their most popular kits.

This SHOT Show, Solkoa has introduced the M-400R Combat Survival Evasion & Recovery Kit. The bag was designed by EGL.

The contents are listed below, but the R suffix in the model number lets you know that it is a restricted kit due to ITAR.

Solkoa Survival Systems x Hill People Gear Rescue-200 SAR Kit

Sunday, January 20th, 2019

Be sure to check out the new Rescue-200 HPG/SAR Kit at SHOT Show (Booth #32513) with contents by S3 and load carriage by HPG.

Technora Escape Necklace / Advanced Personal Escape Kit

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

This is 4tac5’s Technora Escape Necklace / Advanced Personal Escape Kit (APEK) 5.0 when fully loaded.


Tech 205 Cord for use as a friction saw to cut through non-metallic restraints when restrained to the front.

Advanced Handcuff Key (AHK3) designed to counter additional security features found on some handcuffs (key blocking blade, large key hole pin, deep set keyhole etc.) R Clip When installed with the Advanced Handcuff Key the R Clip can improve manual dexterity.

Uber Gulag Shim 3.0 This is the latest version (DEC2018) that is slightly slimmer for the American UZI handcuffs.Works on British TCH, Czech ALFAproj, Polish KEL-MET, Russian BRS-2, Russian CROT and Spanish ALYCON.

Micro Striker Bead Tungsten Carbide (MSB-TC) for breaking tempered glass windows (car side windows) concealed inside the plastic breakaway connector.

Available direct from OscarDelta SPD and

Survive Outdoors Longer Heavy Duty Emergency Blanket

Friday, November 30th, 2018

We encourage everyone keep a mini survival kit in your vehicle all year long, but Winter is definitely here and you need to be prepared.

We suggest you consider the Survive Outdoors Longer Heavy Duty Emergency Blanket or one of their other blankets or bivies, based on your needs. They are available with OD or Orange face fabrics and are backed by reflective foil material (90% heat reflective) which will help keep you warm.

Wind and rainproof, it can be used as a ground cloth, blanket, sleeping bag, or shelter. The Heave Duty Emergency Blanket is 5′ x 8′ and weighs 7.9 oz. This one also slightly thicker (2.5 mil) than other emergency blankets which are 1 mil thick*.

*A mil is a measurement that equals one-thousandth of an inch, or 0.001 inch. One mil also equals 0.0254 mm (millimeter).

SERE Combatives Enhancing Self-Defense

Sunday, November 18th, 2018

FAIRCHILD AIR FORCE BASE, Wash. — The Air Force recently implemented an advanced Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Combatives Program to enhance SERE specialists’ capability to instruct self-defense techniques to aircrews, thereby increasing survival chances in an unfriendly environment.

U.S Air Force Senior Airman Skyler Pendleton, 22nd Training Squadron Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialist and SERE Combatives Program instructor, blocks punches from Airman 1st Class Justin Croteau, 22nd TRS SERE specialist, during a four-hour block of combative training at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, Nov. 7, 2018. The 80-hour program trains on projectile, striking, clenching and grappling self-defense techniques. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st class Jesenia Landaverde)

The combatives class trains in advanced projectile, striking, clenching and grappling self-defense techniques for SERE specialist Airmen.

“The program is not about learning how to fight,” said Senior Airman Skyler Pendleton, 22nd Training Squadron SERE specialist and SERE Combatives Program instructor. “It’s about learning how to defend yourself whether it is downtown, in a deployed location or in a worse environment where you may need to evade or escape.”

U.S Air Force Senior Airman Skyler Pendleton, 22nd Training Squadron Survival Evasion Resistance Escape specialist and SERE Combatives Program instructor, demonstrates self-defense moves to other SERE specialists during a combatives class at Fairchild Air Force Base, Washington, Nov. 7, 2018. The Air Force recently implemented an advanced SERE Combatives Program to enhance SERE specialists’ capability to provide self-defense techniques and increase survivability in an unfriendly environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st class Jesenia Landaverde)

The 80-hour program is an advancement of the 40-hour course SERE specialists take in technical training.

“Some of the techniques are more complex than we’re used to,” said Staff Sgt. Erik Wieland, 306th Rescue Squadron SERE specialist reservist from Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona. “It’s challenging to take every step and perform it perfectly- not only to complete the course, but to go back to your unit and teach it to your customers correctly, so they are prepared in the field.”

Instructors evaluate specialists on various moves from across the entire spectrum of combatives through hands-on demonstrations and through a question-and-answer portion. Specialists must explain the importance of combatives moves and tell instructors why certain moves may be more efficient than others in combat scenarios.

“This training is different than MMA, boxing, wrestling, etc.,” Pendleton said. “One must realize this is the game of life, there are no rules and anything is fair play. You might have to knee someone in the face or do whatever it takes to get out of a situation and survive. We keep the training controlled but try not to get stuck in a rule-based system of fighting where you can’t do certain moves because it is considered dangerous.”

SERE specialists prepare isolated personnel for any emergency event or captivity situation. This advanced program will increase mission readiness for aircrew by creating a heightened level of assurance in their ability to prevent or escape precarious situations and return home with honor.

By Airman 1st Class Jesenia Landaverde, 92nd Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs

Orolia Introduces SecureFind Wearable  Combat Search and Rescue Beacon

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018
Dual-mode supports combat missions, even in GPS-denied environments 


Washington, D.C. – October 8, 2018  Orolia, the world leader in Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions, introduces its latest military technology innovation, the SecureFind™ Combat Rescue Beacon at the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
In addition to protecting our most critical assets and leaving no one behind, Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) technology can significantly enhance military operations by avoiding the loss of sensitive information and technology, avoiding hostage situations and helping to prevent conflict escalation.
SecureFind is based on Orolia’s proven search and rescue technology suite, backed by more than 30 years of world-leading innovation and selected by military forces for CSAR missions. The wearable base unit includes an open channel search and rescue solution, for military use in training or test mode. It can also be configured with a customer-defined, secure channel solution for covert operations. This versatile CSAR solution operates with a silent, push-button functionality that does not require voice activation. SecureFind enables military forces to precisely and safely execute CSAR missions, with optional Assured PNT technology that prevents GPS signal interference, spoofing and jamming. 
“There is no greater need for urgency, stealth and precision than when military personnel are isolated in rugged environments or behind enemy lines,” said Orolia VP Defense Programs, Paul Zweers. “As the only end-to-end provider of Assured PNT technology, Orolia is proud to introduce SecureFind for covert military operations – even when GPS signals are unavailable.”
“Software-defined, wearable communications technology is now more important than ever on today’s air, land, sea and cyber battlefields,” said Orolia CEO Jean-Yves Courtois. “CSAR missions are just the beginning of potential uses for this resilient military technology, which can ensure reliable positioning, navigation and timing data in any operating environment. Orolia’s solutions are tailored to support today’s soldiers and engineered with a view toward the future of global military networks.”
The standard SecureFind solution is available at a price point that could enable thousands of warfighters to benefit from this new battlefield technology. More advanced functionality is also available, such as the ability to change signals on-the-go for additional security, to detect and mitigate GPS jamming and spoofing, and to generate important strategic information such as virtual battlefield maps of jamming and spoofing activity.
Orolia offers a cost-effective, modular approach to Assured PNT, with a flexible, open architecture that integrates easily with legacy systems. This layered platform meets critical technology requirements without over-engineering a solution that is complex, expensive and difficult to maintain. Additional SecureFind product information is available at the AUSA Annual Meeting, Orolia Booth #8051. 

Blade Show West 18 – Cascadia Points by Cascadia Cutlery

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

Cascadia Points consist of a three pack of lightweight arrowhead-style points linked together on para-cord. You can carry them in your survival kit and they are ready to be lashed to a pole. The heads include a classic arrow shape, split-prong fishing point and side-notch arrowhead.

Made in the USA from heat treated 1095 tool steel by Cascadia Cutlery.