January 2020

Episode I:  NC Scout discusses parallels between the Chechen resistance against the Russian Army to Appalachian folk and the potential future fight against a standing army in the Appalachian region.

Episode II:  NC Scout discusses recent events and covers the foundations of preparedness communications with the license free options, the basics of amateur radio, and the equipment needed to get going.

Episode III:  NC Scout discusses the continuing deteriorating situation in Iraq and Hezbollah’s reach inside the US. Next we cover the concept of the guerrilla sniper, building off concepts Matt Bracken has talked about recently in Virginia as well as a better small unit model for Guerrillas.

Episode IV:  NC Scout discusses the insanity that is the Leftist reaction to the very justified killing of Iranian General Soleimani and traces the background of the Obama Administration’s support of Hezbollah. Tactical communications and in particular, a basic rundown of digital handheld radio options are discussed. Finally, a couple of questions from a reader are answered along with a commentary on the UN Disarmament position listed for the NYC HQ.

Episode V:  NC Scout discusses the logistics information from the VCDL concerning the 20 January protest as well as the latest from Project Veritas capturing a senior Bernie Sanders campaign staffer claiming that all Trump supporters will go to gulag camps for re-education. After that, notes on leadership in preparedness groups and voluntary organizations is discussed based on personal examples.

Episode VI: NC Scout explains why the Richmond rally is not a victory for anyone and is likely counter-productive in the long run. What will happen when those laws are still passed? Then he answers a detailed question from a reader about different weapon setups for different roles and a bit about JS8Call.

Episode VII: NC Scout discusses a piece from Jacobite Magazine illustrating organizational notes from the Left, then discusses the story of Radio Venceremos in El Salvador’s civil war and how this would look at the local level for prospective guerrillas in other regions. Unity is strength.

Episode VIII: NC Scout discusses what we currently know about the Wuhan virus, items of interest from Shot Show, and a lengthy discussion on the AK. Music: Cavalera Conspiracy “Warlord” Sepultura “Chaos AD” Sponsors: Palmetto State Armory Ammo.com Ranger Up Gunmag Warehouse

February 2020

Episode IX: Returning after a brief hiatus to focus on training, NC Scout covers the cure he’s found to the Corona Virus, why General Ripper wasn’t wrong, Rosenburg 2.0: Harvard’s BioChem Department Chair spying for the Chinese, and a great reader question regarding the Kalashnikov.

Episode X: NC Scout discusses his thoughts on the ‘common man’ approach to gear and talks about what makes up his everyday carry.

March 2020

Episode XI: NC Scout discusses the latest on Corona, a long segment on localism concerns & off grid cooking for communities, and answers an important question from a reader on urban prepping

Episode XII: I’m joined by Navy SEAL and best selling author Matt Bracken for a couple of hours, discussing the ongoing issues with Covid -19 and what a societal regression might look like. Other topics covered include sustainable living, leadership among small groups, sanitation, and what would happen in the long term when efforts at internal stability operations fail. Finally, we have a short discussion on his inspiration for writing, how his characters are created, and what sets his novels apart from others in the genre.

Episode XIII: I cover today’s stock market slide, COVID-19’s continuing impact and why you shouldn’t panic but rather charlie mike- continue movement. Then we move into recruiting new members for preparedness groups in a more effective way and answer some reader questions.

Episode XIV: NC Scout is joined by Matt Robertson of Everyday Marksman. We discuss approaches to preparedness as civilians versus when we were in the military, individual stories of survival, the training market and how a civilian should approach their training paradigms.

Episode XV: “Who capitalizes on chaos?” A large number of intersecting factors are painting a disturbing picture for the second, third, and even fourth order effects for the near and long term future. AntiFa in NC has given us a preview of things to come when civil unrest begins to become more widespread. The picture is of the flag at the NC Governor’s Mansion, ripped down and burned.

Episode XVI: I’m joined by MechMedic, former Marine and current combat medic, to talk about primary treatment of battlefield trauma and what actually goes in an Individual First Aid Kit, or IFAK.

Episode XVII: I discuss the continuing fallout from the Chinese COVID-19 virus on American society and the apparent vanishing civil liberties while asking what might come next.

April 2020

Episode XVIII: I’m back on the air after a short hiatus with a few peeks behind the curtain here at AP and a long interview with my friend and bladesmith Mark Cutright on survival knives, survival knowledge, and just good conversation.

Episode XIX: I discuss the continuing silliness that is the so-called lockdowns and the destruction to the economy and the worthless counterprotesting “health care workers” to the hard working Americans just wanting to get back to work and stop the infringement on literally every right we recognize as Americans. I also talk about the realities of bartering versus prepper-nonsense I’ve seen elsewhere.

May 2020