27 Strategies to Use Your Tactical Mind in Everyday Life

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Turn off the chatterbox of your mind when you are out of your home or car.  You won’t be able to hear as well or listen to your “sixth sense” if your mind is full of chatter and noise. Always choose.  If you don’t make a decision, one will be made for you.  You have more choices right now than … Read More

How To Use Your Tactical Mind To Be Successful Every Day!

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Tactical Awareness is most often referred to in Law Enforcement, Military and Self Defense circles.  It is often known as “situational awareness.” Tacical Awareness is: Your ability to perceive… and your cognitive reaction time… and your tactical ability… to deal with ANY situation that arrises! That’s great for street survival and combat, as I state in my “Martial Power” program … Read More

Inspirational – Might Have Been

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“Yes, it’s pretty hard,” the optimistic old woman admitted. “I have to get along with only two teeth, one in the upper jaw and one in the lower-but thank God they meet.” Here’s to “The days that might have been” Here’s to “The life I might have led” The fame I might have gathered in- The glory ways I might … Read More

Protecting Against Home Invasions

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There’s a notable difference between burglary and home invasion, that being you. If you’re home, its a home invasion.  If you’re not, its a burglary plain and simple.  Criminals don’t always know what they’re walking into during the day, but at night its a different story… While most home invasions are listed as burglaries or assaults, this recent Department of … Read More

Military Working Dog Adoptions

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We would like to pass along a great resource for anyone considering dog adoption.  Military Working Dog Adoptions helps veteran MWDs find homes after they’ve served in America’s Armed Forces. Read the rest of the article here. Lets help these heros find the homes they deserve! Until next time, this is Dunetos K-9 sharpening your world, one dog at a … Read More

K9 Soldiers – A Brief History

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Stubby, America’s first war dog, served 18 months on the front in World War I.  He saved his regiment from surprise mustard gas attacks, located and comforted the wounded, and even caught a German spy by the seat of his pants.  Back home his exploits made the front page of every major newspaper.  He was invited to the White House … Read More

Inspirational – Hope

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Gloom and despair are really ignorance in another form.  They fail to reckon with the fact that what appears to be baneful often turns out to be good.  Lincoln lost the senatorship to Douglas and thought he had ended his career; had he won the contest he might have remained only a senator.  Life often has surprise parties for us. … Read More

Have You Made Your Dog a Lone Wolf?

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Many of the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures of training dogs for protection work involve deploying your dog and then abandoning them as you escape.  I am not saying that there would never be a time when that is needed, but this generally is a very poor decision and will likely result in serious injury or death to your dog. Dogs … Read More

Inspirational – Worth While

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A little boy whom his mother had rebuked for not turning a deaf ear to temptation protested, with tears, that he had no deaf ear.  But temptation, even when heard, must somehow be resisted.  Yea especially when heard!  We deserve no credit for resisting it unless it comes to our ears like the voice of the siren. It is easy … Read More

What is Effective Bite Work?

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I often wonder what it is about people that make them want to always be changing things, even things that have proven effective for a long time.  I am not talking about obvious improvements in things; those are good.  But often we see that people change things just for the sake of changing them, as if the older techniques are … Read More

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