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Signal mirrors have been used by the Worlds Militaries for many years. Some armies used them as recently as in the 1960’s. They were used by the resistance against the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and probably have been used against …Read More...
Alternate Uses for Things Like Pencils and First Aid Dressings in Your Bug Out Bag can Save Your Life
Yesterday I was out walking in the woods. One thing I always watch for is sources of pitch or resin. The best sources are usually pine or other types of evergreens that have been damage or died. When a tree …Read More...
Here is a post from C.E. Harris on the U.S. Military Natick cookers and Alcohol stoves. This time I have taken the liberty of addin a few comments at the end.
I have several of the US Army “Natick cookers” …Read More...
Here is an article from C.E. Harris on alcohol stoves.
Another viable option is the military surplus Trangia burner which is made in Sweden and also used by several NATO militaries. I have used one for over 25 years …Read More...
In the past, I have written a blog on the Esbit Alcohol stove, today I have experimented with the alcohol cook set that is made by Esbit. This consists of the alcohol stove, a windscreen and a cook pot …Read More...
This method is not as useful as it once was; due to the fact, so many people wear digital watches. My watch is self-winding with an old-fashioned face. This means no batteries to worry about and I can use it …Read More...
The other day I was talking with one of my grandchildren, who is going camping with his scout troop in a couple of days. We got into a discussion of how to decide where to build your camp. I soon …Read More...