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Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes(Apple users), Soundcloud(Android users) or click the link in my bio.

GRP 90-Co-hosting for this week’s podcast is U.S. Army Special Forces veteran HP Lefler. For this episode we decided to come up with some tips and ideas on how to plan for a trip into a place like Egypt. As Americans, or Westerners traveling into a country in North Africa it can be exciting and dangerous. The tips and ideas we give you are to help mitigate some of those risks.
Last week there was a training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course in which 1 student was killed, and several other people were injured. We’d like to send our condolences out to the family and friends of 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts. The exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. We talked about the dangers of training for war in the Special Operations, Combat Arms, and support for Combat Arms in the military really is.

There was a terrorist attack in London a few days ago with the terrorist constructing a poorly put together device which partially detonated wounding 30 people. We talked about what you can do to prepare yourself mentally for a situation like this, and the proper way to react in order to navigate away from the danger zone.

0:00-Episode overview
3:07-Safety tips, contingency planning, and what to do if shit goes south as an American, or westerner in a country like Egypt.

19:52- Training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida was killed and seven others were injured in the incident. We talk about the dangers of training for war.
30:20-Terrorist deployed a poorly put together homemade explosive device that partially exploded in the London train system. How to respond to a threat, and maintain your calm in order to properly navigate out of a dangerous situation. #GlobalReconPodcast #Egypt #Travel #SpecialForces #RIP #QCourse #Army #London #Terrorist #SituationalAwareness @4runner.freyja

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes(Apple users), Soundcloud(Android users) or click the link in my bio.

GRP 90-Co-hosting for this week’s podcast is U.S. Army Special Forces veteran HP Lefler. For this episode we decided to come up with some tips and ideas on how to plan for a trip into a place like Egypt. As Americans, or Westerners traveling into a country in North Africa it can be exciting and dangerous. The tips and ideas we give you are to help mitigate some of those risks.
Last week there was a training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course in which 1 student was killed, and several other people were injured. We’d like to send our condolences out to the family and friends of 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts. The exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. We talked about the dangers of training for war in the Special Operations, Combat Arms, and support for Combat Arms in the military really is.

There was a terrorist attack in London a few days ago with the terrorist constructing a poorly put together device which partially detonated wounding 30 people. We talked about what you can do to prepare yourself mentally for a situation like this, and the proper way to react in order to navigate away from the danger zone.

0:00-Episode overview
3:07-Safety tips, contingency planning, and what to do if shit goes south as an American, or westerner in a country like Egypt.

19:52- Training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida was killed and seven others were injured in the incident. We talk about the dangers of training for war.
30:20-Terrorist deployed a poorly put together homemade explosive device that partially exploded in the London train system. How to respond to a threat, and maintain your calm in order to properly navigate out of a dangerous situation. #GlobalReconPodcast #Egypt #Travel #SpecialForces #RIP #QCourse #Army #London #Terrorist #SituationalAwareness @4runner.freyja

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes(Apple users), Soundcloud(Android users) or click the link in my bio.

GRP 90-Co-hosting for this week’s podcast is U.S. Army Special Forces veteran HP Lefler. For this episode we decided to come up with some tips and ideas on how to plan for a trip into a place like Egypt. As Americans, or Westerners traveling into a country in North Africa it can be exciting and dangerous. The tips and ideas we give you are to help mitigate some of those risks.
Last week there was a training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course in which 1 student was killed, and several other people were injured. We’d like to send our condolences out to the family and friends of 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts. The exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. We talked about the dangers of training for war in the Special Operations, Combat Arms, and support for Combat Arms in the military really is.

There was a terrorist attack in London a few days ago with the terrorist constructing a poorly put together device which partially detonated wounding 30 people. We talked about what you can do to prepare yourself mentally for a situation like this, and the proper way to react in order to navigate away from the danger zone.

0:00-Episode overview
3:07-Safety tips, contingency planning, and what to do if shit goes south as an American, or westerner in a country like Egypt.

19:52- Training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida was killed and seven others were injured in the incident. We talk about the dangers of training for war.
30:20-Terrorist deployed a poorly put together homemade explosive device that partially exploded in the London train system. How to respond to a threat, and maintain your calm in order to properly navigate out of a dangerous situation. #GlobalReconPodcast #Egypt #Travel #SpecialForces #RIP #QCourse #Army #London #Terrorist #SituationalAwareness @4runner.freyja

This might be good information to pass along. You can be too careful.
#CrimePrevention #TorontoPolice #Theft #Robbery #Toronto #ScarbTO #Police #SituationalAwareness #LW #BeSafe

Where you think you are compared to what is actually happening ✨ #situationalawareness #captains #letsgoflying ✈️✈️✈️ #futureaviators #radgirlslife 🌎

Fantastic Self-Defense presentation to the church students tonight. Special thanks to @dezm80 for helping me run it. 😎#gradschool #finalproject #selfdefense #situationalawareness #crimeprevention

Thank you Madam Millie for the past couple of weeks, we have learnt alot..
#safety #situationalawareness #skywaitress #wingsoflove

Training Tuesday – Remember, if you are the first car stopped at a red signal when it turns green, always take a brief second to look both ways before entering the intersection.  This applies both on and off duty.  Stay safe out there. #careambulance #wetakecareofpeople #situationalawareness #drivesafe

I survived as #OBchief ~~ This is the kind of rotation that will either break you or make you the best version of yourself as a physician. I've embraced the latter thanks to my amazing team, who all have been nothing but supportive! #clear #werealllearninghere #situationalawareness #illsleepwhenimdead

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Had a great training session with Master Sensei Antony from Tupper Martial Arts Academy last night. Should have the new instructional video up soon. Train hard, and stay safe! Praying for all y'all. Be blessed in Jesus name!

#selfdefense #situationalawareness #warriormindset #warrior #defense #tactics #staysafe #stayready #houstonpolice #houston #lawenforcement #training #weaponstraining #firearmdisarm #knifedisarming #christianwarriors #godbetheglory #tacticaldefense

Survival Tip #22: we should all be aware that situational awareness is extremely important to our well being. Those who wish to do us harm are looking for soft targets & if they see you with your head down buried in your phone, you're not paying attention and you're a perfect target! Stay safe and stay aware.
#prepper #prepping #survival #disasterpreparedness #emergencypreparedness #preparedness #mhambsdr #mhprepmonth #nationalpreparednessmonth #beprepared #areyouprepared #roguelife #dontbeavictim #protectyourself #refusetobeavictim #staysafe #beaware #beawareofyoursurroundings #situationalawareness #urbanpreppers #urbansurvival

Some one on one training. This is Rick, he is 60yrs old and was seriously injured during the first World Trade Center bombing. He is doing things now his drs said he would never do again. #kravmaga #karate #selfdefense #kempo #fitness #bjj #eskrima #muaythai #smithtown #newyork #situationalawareness

The best survival defence lies with the best offense. Situational awareness, preparedness and a logical response. Prevention provides much more favours than reaction does.
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Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes(Apple users), Soundcloud(Android users) or click the link in my bio.

GRP 90-Co-hosting for this week’s podcast is U.S. Army Special Forces veteran HP Lefler. For this episode we decided to come up with some tips and ideas on how to plan for a trip into a place like Egypt. As Americans, or Westerners traveling into a country in North Africa it can be exciting and dangerous. The tips and ideas we give you are to help mitigate some of those risks.
Last week there was a training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course in which 1 student was killed, and several other people were injured. We’d like to send our condolences out to the family and friends of 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts. The exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. We talked about the dangers of training for war in the Special Operations, Combat Arms, and support for Combat Arms in the military really is.

There was a terrorist attack in London a few days ago with the terrorist constructing a poorly put together device which partially detonated wounding 30 people. We talked about what you can do to prepare yourself mentally for a situation like this, and the proper way to react in order to navigate away from the danger zone.

0:00-Episode overview
3:07-Safety tips, contingency planning, and what to do if shit goes south as an American, or westerner in a country like Egypt.

19:52- Training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida was killed and seven others were injured in the incident. We talk about the dangers of training for war.
30:20-Terrorist deployed a poorly put together homemade explosive device that partially exploded in the London train system. How to respond to a threat, and maintain your calm in order to properly navigate out of a dangerous situation. #GlobalReconPodcast #Egypt #Travel #SpecialForces #RIP #QCourse #Army #London #Terrorist #SituationalAwareness @4runner.freyja

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes(Apple users), Soundcloud(Android users) or click the link in my bio.

GRP 90-Co-hosting for this week’s podcast is U.S. Army Special Forces veteran HP Lefler. For this episode we decided to come up with some tips and ideas on how to plan for a trip into a place like Egypt. As Americans, or Westerners traveling into a country in North Africa it can be exciting and dangerous. The tips and ideas we give you are to help mitigate some of those risks.
Last week there was a training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course in which 1 student was killed, and several other people were injured. We’d like to send our condolences out to the family and friends of 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts. The exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. We talked about the dangers of training for war in the Special Operations, Combat Arms, and support for Combat Arms in the military really is.

There was a terrorist attack in London a few days ago with the terrorist constructing a poorly put together device which partially detonated wounding 30 people. We talked about what you can do to prepare yourself mentally for a situation like this, and the proper way to react in order to navigate away from the danger zone.

0:00-Episode overview
3:07-Safety tips, contingency planning, and what to do if shit goes south as an American, or westerner in a country like Egypt.

19:52- Training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida was killed and seven others were injured in the incident. We talk about the dangers of training for war.
30:20-Terrorist deployed a poorly put together homemade explosive device that partially exploded in the London train system. How to respond to a threat, and maintain your calm in order to properly navigate out of a dangerous situation. #GlobalReconPodcast #Egypt #Travel #SpecialForces #RIP #QCourse #Army #London #Terrorist #SituationalAwareness @4runner.freyja

Search Global Recon Podcast on ITunes(Apple users), Soundcloud(Android users) or click the link in my bio.

GRP 90-Co-hosting for this week’s podcast is U.S. Army Special Forces veteran HP Lefler. For this episode we decided to come up with some tips and ideas on how to plan for a trip into a place like Egypt. As Americans, or Westerners traveling into a country in North Africa it can be exciting and dangerous. The tips and ideas we give you are to help mitigate some of those risks.
Last week there was a training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course in which 1 student was killed, and several other people were injured. We’d like to send our condolences out to the family and friends of 32-year-old Staff Sgt. Alexander Dalida of Dunstable, Massachusetts. The exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. We talked about the dangers of training for war in the Special Operations, Combat Arms, and support for Combat Arms in the military really is.

There was a terrorist attack in London a few days ago with the terrorist constructing a poorly put together device which partially detonated wounding 30 people. We talked about what you can do to prepare yourself mentally for a situation like this, and the proper way to react in order to navigate away from the danger zone.

0:00-Episode overview
3:07-Safety tips, contingency planning, and what to do if shit goes south as an American, or westerner in a country like Egypt.

19:52- Training accident at the Special Forces Qualification Course. Staff Sgt. Alexander P. Dalida was killed and seven others were injured in the incident. We talk about the dangers of training for war.
30:20-Terrorist deployed a poorly put together homemade explosive device that partially exploded in the London train system. How to respond to a threat, and maintain your calm in order to properly navigate out of a dangerous situation. #GlobalReconPodcast #Egypt #Travel #SpecialForces #RIP #QCourse #Army #London #Terrorist #SituationalAwareness @4runner.freyja

Hard to see from this angle. Anomalies. As you walk down the street you see two large groups of people, group one standing at an intersection next to a bus stop and group two, about twenty yards up on the opposite side of the street. Both groups are looking in the same direction.
You hear yelling and watch as the bus pulls to the stop and notice none of the bystanders move to the bus.
What should you do?
#KeepDangerDistant
As I turn the corner to walk away from the scene, I watch two young men yelling and throwing strikes at each other.
#SituationalAwareness #DistrictCombatives #complacencykills @thecpjournal #survivabilityenhanced

All are welcome to join us this Saturday for a FREE self defense seminar. Covering basics of striking, ground fighting & close range combat. Hope to see you there! #selfdefense #situationalawareness #homesafe #martialarts #knowledgeispower #striking #groundfighting #momentum

Do people seriously think Starbucks is that secure? And outside at that?!😳Lady left her purse & laptop sitting here for at least several minutes.🙄#smh #security #situationalawareness #crime #theft #victim #dumbass #seriously #people #starbucks #coffee #coffeetime #alfresco

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