SAS Tips for Surviving Terror and Street Crimes

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 SAS Tips for Surviving Terror and Street Crimes

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SAS = (British) Special Air Service, the UK’s elite special forces. They have a deserved reputation for … uh, brutality and efficiency. They have a long history of “dealing with” terrorists – usually with bullets or bombs. So it makes sense to pay attention to their suggestions of how to survive a terror attack or a similar violent street encounter.

Ben Brown from the Prepping Guide ran a great article on seven SAS terror tips. Please give that original and the cited expert your expert attention. Here’s a quick breakdown:

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“We can’t always rely on authorities to keep us and our families safe.” Chris Ryan, former SAS.

 

Sadly, that’s true. So why not learn from the best? Here are the tips, in brief outline form. Read the original for all the details! These tactics should work as well (or better) against the common American street thug as against ISIS lone wolves.

 

One. Situational Awareness

 

Know your surrounding and what’s happening. Always.

 

Two. Don’t Overlook the Cyber Attack

 

These are becoming more frequent than physical attacks. While not deadly, they can be life changing. Take any and all available cyber security measures now.

 

Three. A Physical Attack

 

These now take many forms: guns, knives, cars and trucks, bombs, etc. It really boils down to run, hide, or fight. Be prepared to do all three and know when and how.

 

Four. The Home Invasion

 

More of a criminal attack than a terror tactic (unless you’re a high profile target). Be prepared for these most unsettling attacks. Here, in your own castle, you may be essentially trapped. You also have more freedom to go all-out on the attackers. Do it.

 

Five. The Carjacking

 

Used by both criminals and Islamic terrorist, this is almost as indignant as the home invasion. Learn how to spot and avoid the attacks. Learn how to escape them. Learn how and when to kill (not wound) the attacker(s).

Six. Vacation Attacks

 

Like all of the others, above, but where you might least expect it. All too common today, these assaults count on people not being aware, having the guards down. Raise them – high. Situational awareness always.

 

Seven. Fighting

 

This should be your last resort in most cases. But if you have to do it, do it. Commit to completely destroying the target. Hard, fast, and dirty! This is the time when violence actually solves problems.

 

PS: go to YouTube and look for “SAS Iranian Embassy” to see how effective these guys are. What the London police and SWAT couldn’t handle in days, the SAS “cleaned up” in minutes. They know what they’re doing and talking about.

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