• Old Man Strength

    My son always tells me I have Old Man Strength so I thought I would address what my son calls this old man strength. More than anything it is experience over...

  • Street and Surrounding Awareness and Self Defense

    With all of the “knock out games” being played out on the nightly news, I have been asked to write about street and surrounding awareness and self-defense. Every day I travel...

  • One Small Step At A time. PTSD Doesn’t Define You.

    When you are stuck in one place you will never move forward. A small step, even 1 inch is still a step forward. Any motion is moving. PTSD doesn’t define you....

  • Modern American Gun Slinger

    I am Smokey, an American Modern Gun Slinger and awhile back I was in a discussion with Dean Horine and Jimmy Curly of FightFast.com, talking about fighting, when I made the...

  • Imminent Threat

    I was asked about an imminent threat and other than creating distance which I have talked about before, what else is an option to protect yourself.  While I answered this via...

  • Never Quit, Mind, Body and Spirit

    NEVER QUIT Lately I have been asked questions about getting in shape to make it to the next level and the short answer is never quit, mind, body and spirit. Specifically...

  • Creating Critical Distance

    Wikipedia, the critical distance for an animal is the distance a human or an aggressor animal has to approach in order to trigger a defensive attack of the first animal. The...

  • Surprise Attacks, Assaults, Getting Caught Off-Guard

    Not paying attention while walking may open you up to surprise attacks, assaults while being caught off-guard. 1. Create a Shield: If you are walking with your guard down and not...

  • Rapid Response

    Sometimes I am inspired to write about things that happen in my life and how they relate to my past events, training and circumstances getting me to this point of where...

  • Caring For Partners Who Have PTSD

    This one is for the ladies.  I am well aware men as well as women have to take on, caring for partners, who have PTSD and TBI. This article can be...

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