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New Host for “Dual Survival”?

It’s well known in the prepper community that the Discovery Channel series hit a pregnant pause as the show looked for a replacement for Dave Canterbury. Old pro Cody Lundin has remained with the show but folks have been scratching their heads wondering who the new co-star would be. Well, we think we have it figured out.

We believe that the new co-host for season three of Discovery Channel’s “Dual Survival” is Joe Teti who is a Veteran of the US Marines, Army Special Forces and OGA. Joseph Teti is also the director of International Security Consultants.

Season three of “Dual Survival” is currently in production and just wrapped up episode four.

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8 Responses to “New Host for “Dual Survival”?”

  1. Stefan S. says:

    Replaced the wrong guy. Tired of that barefoot neanderthal hippie Cody!

    • foo bar says:

      Dave Canterbury is a liar and a fraud. He completely fabricated his military record and his survival experience. That is why he was fired. Do you still think they replaced the wrong guy now, you idiot?

  2. kevin H. says:

    What is OGA?

    • SSD says:

      Heads up guys, that is an SSD approved term. Many are not. Consider that when you decide how to address this. I’m going to use this post as a teaching tool.

    • SSD says:

      Kevin, have you tried Google?

  3. kevin H. says:

    I did use Google(wikipedia result) but it was IMO very generic. It did not really designate a unit, civilian or military. It seemed so broad as to specify nothing at all….

  4. kevin H. says:

    However, I “think” I can read between the lines. Question is, why would you want to broadcast/publish that you worked there. Seems like you would be dogging the bad guys forever, once you put that big bulls eye on your back? I just figured you want to keep your own personnel secrets, secret.

  5. Jeff says:

    We need more layers of euphemism…
    “Secret Squirrel” is no longer approved, please use “Clandestine Chipmunks” or “Cloak & Dagger Rodents”