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This was the Ancient Law of Youth

| 24 October 2015
This was the Ancient Law of Youth

I remember a poster on the outside of my fathers safe when I was growing up. There was a simple message, and this has stuck with me ever since. This was that poster.   What should we be teaching our children? Well, there is no reason for them not to know how to safely use […]

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Experiences and Outcomes of Engaging with BG’s – by: Hein Rabie

| 19 October 2013 | 1 Comment
Experiences and Outcomes of Engaging with BG’s – by: Hein Rabie

Day: Friday Date: 31 October 1997 Place: Engen Service Station Pamona, Kempton Time: Approx 09:25 At the time I was working for Standard Bank South Africa, as what they called a I.PS, (Internal Protection Officer). We were tasked with filling and servicing all the ATM’s in the Johannesburg area. We were basically doing Cash in […]

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MultiCam Selected for Afghan Theatre by US Army

| 14 March 2010 | 0 Comments
MultiCam Selected for Afghan Theatre by US Army

After a rigorous four-month evaluation of alternate camouflage patterns, the Secretary of the Army has selected MultiCam as the camouflage pattern for all uniforms, as well as operational clothing and individual equipment, for Soldiers deploying to Afghanistan. The uniforms and OCIE will be provided to Soldiers through PEO Soldier’s Project Manager Soldier Protection and Individual […]

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Sabre’s comments after their raid by the Feds

| 23 February 2010 | 0 Comments
Sabre’s comments after their raid by the Feds

NASHVILLE, Tenn., February 19, 2010 – On February 17, 2010, Sabre Defence Industries LLC, an established manufacturer of firearms and weapon systems to the United States military, state and local law enforcement, and worldwide commercial markets, was informed that employees of Sabre are suspected of illegally re-selling non-saleable and non-military items, that such employees purchased […]

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Superstitious Supershooters

| 19 February 2010 | 0 Comments
Superstitious Supershooters

by Tony Walker Here we are, in the Twenty-First century. Humanity has plumbed the depths of the deepest oceans and sent astronauts to the moon and back. We know how to split atoms, use hand-held computers to communicate with each other across the city or across continents, and invent machines with artificial intelligence, or at […]

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