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Wartime Tactics

How You can Lead Your Own Quick Reaction Force

Improvised Explosives

Close Quarter Combat

Infantry Tactics

Radio Communications

Trauma Care

How You can Lead and Train Your Own Quick Reaction Force

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QRF Book 3:

Improvised Explosive & Incendiaries 

How to make explosives using

common items without drawing attention. I've also included tactical maneuvers you can easily use to combat a larger force.

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QRF Book 2:

Close Quarter Combat

These military tactics are specialized in a city (which differs greatly from older, rural tactics.)  Urban warfare is the modern-day battlefield.  

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QRF Book 1:

Infantry Tactics

This is the foundation for every form of warfare out there. You need this so that you can do everything else.


Battles are won by slaughter and maneuver. The greater the general, the more he contributes in maneuver, the less he demands in slaughter.

Winston S. Churchill


How to fight a bigger Enemy

With Limited Numbers

Direct Action teams like Delta Force and Navy Seals only use 4-6 personnel to conduct high-risk, covert operations on a daily basis.  

This means that you'll only need 4 - 6 guys to be LETHAL.

With Limited Assets

How does the Army win urban battles? They drop a handful of guys in a hot zone and leave them there only with what they can carry. I'm going to teach you how you can fight a war with just that.

With NO Hesitation

You may be asking yourself, "Am I right to prepare for war?"  or even, "When do I start a war?" Read the last chapter of Improvised Explosives, and I'll answer your question.

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Officially Certified By:

 - SGT Andrew Cuthrell, US Army Infantry/SMR

 - CPL Chase Beatty, USMC Combat Engineer/Sapper

Book Outlines:

Book 1: Infantry Tactics

How to Work as a Trained Team

Written by Arthur, of Tackleberry Solutions, this book was designed to help you train your Quick Reaction Force to fight and travel as a team. Also, how to avoid ambushes and what to do if you're attacked.

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QRF Introduction ............................................... (pg. 4)
Definitions/Terms ............................................... (pg. 5 – 9)
Little Things Need to Know ......................... (pg. 10)
Group Breakdown – Making Teams ...... (pg. 11)
Formations ................................................................ (pg. 12 -21)
Team Movement .................................................. (pg. 22 -26)
Hand & Arm Signals ........................................... (pg. 29 - 37)
KIA, How to deal with ....................................... (pg. 38)
Rescued POWs, How to deal with ........... (pg. 39 - 49)
Wounded, How to deal with the .............. (pg. 50 - 56)
Reaction to Contact .............................. (pg. 57 - 80)
Indirect Fire ............................................................... (pg. 64)
Snipers .......................................................................... (pg. 65 - 68)
From the Air ............................................................. (pg. 69 - 70)
Armored Vehicles .................................................. (pg. 71 - 74)
Obstacles .................................................................... (pg. 75)
Landmines ................................................................. (pg. 76 - 80)
How To ........................................................ (pg. 81 - 92)
Ambush ........................................................................ (pg. 81)
Ambush with Claymores ................................. (pg. 82)
Bound and Overwatch ...................................... (pg. 83)
Fighting Half Wedge .......................................... (pg. 84 - 86)
Break Contact ........................................................... (pg. 87 - 92)
Rolling Peel .................................................................. (pg. 87 - 88)
Ozzy Peel ....................................................................... (pg. 89 - 92)
TCP ................................................................ (pg. 93 - 103)
TCP VBIED ................................................................... (pg. 98)
Ambush Scenarios ................................................. (pg. 99 - 102)
To the Commander .............................................. (pg. 106)
Real Life Scenarios (A Story of War) .......... (pg. 107 - 110)
Training Drills ............................................................. (pg. 111)

Fact Check.............................................................(pg. 112)

Book 2: Close Quarter Combat

Modern Day Warfare in Close Quarters

Written by Arthur, of Tackleberry Solutions, this book was designed to help you train your Quick Reaction Force to fight in close quarters using guns, knives, your car keys or even just your hands.

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Introduction ............................................... (pg. 4)
Terms You Need to Know ... ........... (pg. 5)
Urban Warfare......................................... (pg. 6 - 26)
The Basics..................................................... (pg. 8-11)
6 Man Stack.................................................. (pg. 12-15)
Over Watch.................................................. (pg. 17)
Bounding and Over Watch............ (pg. 18)
Urban Ops Overview........................... (pg. 19)
Breaching.................................................... (pg.20-22)
Support for Urban Ops...................... (pg. 24-26)
Shooting in Low Light........................ (pg. 27)
Guns and Cars.......................................... (pg. 28-30)
Single Handed Reloads.................... (pg. 31-32)
Fighting in Close Intervals.............. (pg. 33-55)
Pistol................................................................ (pg. 33-34)
Knife................................................................... (pg. 35-36)
Car Key............................................................ (pg. 37-38)
Weapon Retention.............................. (pg. 39-40)
Weapon Take Away.............................. (pg. 41)
Knife Fighting......................................... (pg. 42-55)
Knife Disarming...................................... (pg. 56-65)
Hand to Hand Combat..................... (pg. 66-85)
Target Areas............................................ (pg. 67-74)
Take Downs.............................................. (pg. 75-83)
When All Else Fails............................ (pg. 84-85)
Scenarios.................................................. (pg. 86-89)
Conclusion............................................... (pg. 90)
Fact Checking...................................... (pg. 91)

Book 3: Improvised Explosives

How to Create your Own Explosives Using Common Household Items

Written by Arthur, of Tackleberry Solutions, this book was designed to help you create and set up your own explosive devices to aid you in your wartime tactics. This book includes ways in which you can build your own explosives from common household items.

Introduction ........................................................ (pg 4)

Terms ......................................................................... (pg 5)  

Ignition Systems .............................................. (pg 6-7)

Smoke Grenade ................................................ (pg 8-9)

Pipe Grenade ....................................................... (pg 10)

Hand Grenade ..................................................... (pg 11-13)

Shotgun Grenade Launcher .................... (pg 14-17)

Claymore Trip Switch ...................................... (pg 18)

Claymore Wiring Harness ........................... (pg 19)

Claymore #1 ........................................................... (pg 20)

Claymore #2 ........................................................... (pg 21)

Claymore #3 ............................................................ (pg 22-23)

Landmines ................................................................ (pg 24-29)

Delay Switch ............................................................. (pg 30)

Shape Charge .......................................................... (pg 31-32)

Molotov Cocktail ..................................................... (pg 33)

Fire Bottle ..................................................................... (pg 34)

Napalm ........................................................................... (pg 35)

Sugar-Chlorate Igniter (201 & 207) ............. (pg 36-37)

Thermite ......................................................................... (pg 38)

Putting It All Together ........................................ (pg 39-40)

QRF Weapon Qualification ........................... (pp 41-43)

QRF Assigning Section Roles/Jobs ......... (pg 44-45)

How to Fact Check Us ......................................... (pg 46)

Book 4: Radio Communications

How to Communicate with your Team/Community Using Radios

Written by Kent Lebarts of ElkoTactical, this book was designed to help you purchase, create and set up your own communications system. This book includes ways in which you can build your own antennas from common household items.

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Introduction ...................................................... (pg. 3)
Real World Application ............................. (pg. 4)
Quick Definitions ........................................... (pg. 5)
Types of Radios ................................................ (pg. 6 - 10)
Antennas ............................................................... (pg. 11 - 16)
Coax Cable ............................................................. (pg. 17)
Connectors ............................................................ (pg. 18 - 19)
Copper J Pole ....................................................... (pg. 20 - 24)
Dipole ......................................................................... (pg. 24 - 26)
Stealth ......................................................................... (pg. 27 - 28)
Cross-Band Repeater ...................................... (pg. 29 - 30)
Frequencies List .................................................. (pg. 31 - 34)
EMP ............................................................................... (pg. 35)
Car, Truck and Radio Installations ......... (pg. 36 - 39)
Mounting Antennas .......................................... (pg. 40 - 45)
The Pack N’ Play ................................................... (pg. 46 - 49)
Conclusion ................................................................. (pg. 50)
Contact Information ........................................... (pg. 51)

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Book 5: Trauma Care

How to Treat Common Combat Ailments and Mass Casualties

Written by Arthur, of Tackleberry Solutions, this book was designed to help you train your Quick Reaction Force to conduct emergency first aid. This will help keep their teammates alive until they can get to a medical facility.

Introduction ................................................. (Pg. 4)
Important History .................................... (Pg. 5 - 6)
Preventative Medicine ....................... (Pg. 7 - 16)
Dehydration .............................................. (Pg. 7)
Ingrown Toenail ...................................... ( Pg. 8)
Athlete’s Foot ........................................... (Pg. 8)
Jock Itch .................................................... (Pg. 9)
Shaving Infections ................................... (Pg. 10)
Diarrhea .................................................. (Pg. 10)
PTSD ................................................. (Pg. 11 - 12)
The Heart ......................................... (Pg. 13 - 16)
Blood ...................................................... (Pg. 18)
Circulation .............................................. (Pg. 19)
How the Body Works ....................... (Pg. 17 - 19)
The Heart ............................................... (Pg. 17)
Blood ...................................................... (Pg. 18)
Circulation .............................................. (Pg. 19)
Major Bleeds ................................... (Pg. 20 - 21)
Arterial & Vascular Bleeds ................ (Pg. 20 -21)
How to Use .............. (Pg. 22 - 24, 26 - 27, 31 - 38)
Tourniquets ............................................. (Pg. 22)
Pressure Dressing ................................... (Pg. 23)
Occlusive Dressing .................................. (Pg. 24)
Chest Tube ........................................ (Pg. 26 -27)
Laryngoscope Blade ................................ (Pg. 31)
King Airway ............................................. (Pg. 32)
Oral Pharyngeal ...................................... (Pg. 33)
Nasal Pharyngeal .................................... (Pg. 33)
How to Treat/Perform ... (Pg. 25, 28 - 30, 39 - 57)
Sucking Chest Wound ............................. (Pg. 25)
Rescue Breathing .................................... (Pg. 28)
CPR .................................................. (Pg. 29 - 30)
Assess the Wounded/BBC ...................... (Pg. 39)
Transport the Wounded ......................... (Pg. 40)
Blood Transfer ........................................ (Pg. 41)
Broken Legs/Arms/Hips ................... (Pg. 42 - 48)
Burns/Chemical ............................... (Pg. 49 - 50)
Shrapnel Wounds ................................... (Pg. 51)
Blunt Force Trauma ................................ (Pg. 52)
Amputation ............................................ (Pg. 52)
Shock ...................................................... (Pg. 53)
Other Illnesses ................................. (Pg. 54 - 57)

Mass Casualties ......................... (Pg. 58 - 61)
Triage .............................................. (pg. 58)
Long Term Care ............................... (Pg. 59)
Using Animal Hospitals ................... (Pg. 60)
Checklist ...................... (Pg. 61)
Material Lists ............................ (Pg. 62 - 63)
Medic’s A-Bag ................................. (Pg. 62)
IFAK ................................................. (Pg. 63)
Misc Tips ................................... (Pg. 64 - 68)
Misc Important Info ........................ (Pg. 64)
Medical Myths ................................ (Pg. 65)
Communicating to the Rear .... (Pg. 66 - 68)
Real Life Application .................. (Pg. 69 - 82)
Scenario 1 ................................ (Pg. 69 - 71)
Scenario 2 ................................ (Pg. 72 - 77)
Scenario 3 ................................ (Pg. 78 - 80)
Scenario 4 ................................ (Pg. 81 - 82)
Conclusion ........................................... (Pg. 83)
Picture References ....................... (Pg. 84 - 85)
Fact Checking ...................................... (Pg. 86)

Bonus Book: How to Repel a Militaristic Force

How to Fight a Trained Team even if You're By Yourself

Written by Arthur, of Tackleberry Solutions, this book was designed to help you create and set up your own security plan on a limited budget. This book includes ways in which you can implement explosives and other tactical maneuvers to take on a professional team. The theory here, is if you can handle the big boys, the common criminal or marauding gangs are a piece of cake.

Step 1: Fortify Your Position …(pg. 5 - 14)
Doors …………………………………………… (pg. 6 – 8)
Windows ……………………………………. (pg. 9 – 10)
Mapping Battle Plan …………… (pg. 11 – 13)
Video Index ………………………………. (pg. 14)
Step 2: Repel the Assault ……. (pg. 15 – 21)
Delay Devices ………………………….... (pg. 16)
Fatal Funnels ……………………………… (pg. 17 – 18)
Perimeter Charges …………………… (pg. 19 – 20)
Beware of Snipers ………………………. (pg. 20)
Video Index ………………………………… (pg. 21)
Step 3: Stop the Siege ………… (pg. 22 – 46)
What to Expect ………………………… (pg. 23 – 24)
Option 1: Backup …………………….. (pg. 25)
Option 2: Escape ……………………… (pg. 26 – 44)
Sentry Take-Down ……………………. (pg. 27 – 29)
Escaping with Your Family ...... (pg. 30 – 36)
Escaping the Hide …………………… (pg. 36 – 39)
Peaceful Surrender …………………… (pg. 39 – 40)
Snipers ……………………………………………… (pg. 41 – 43)
Being the Rabbit ………………………….. (pg. 44)
Video Index ……………………………………… (pg. 45 – 46)
Step 4: Evade Capture ……………….. (pg. 47 – 62)
Vehicle Escape ………………………………… (pg. 48)
Escape on Foot ……………………………….. (pg. 49 - 54)
The Car Chase …………………………………. (pg. 55)
Small BOB ………………………………………….. (pg. 56)
Large BOB ………………………………………… (pg. 57 – 58)
IFAK …………………………………………………….. (pg. 59)
Cache …………………………………………………. (pg. 60)
Video Index ……………………………………….. (pg. 61-62)

Step 5: Rally Your Community...…. (pg. 63 -64)
Who to Work With ……………………… (pg 63)
Building a Network ………………………… (pg 63)
Video Index ………………………………………. (pg 64)
Step 6: Fight Back ………………………… (pg. 65 – 67)
Choosing missions ................................ (pg 65)
Targets to hit ........................................... (pg 65-66)
Video Index ................................................ (pg 67)
Definitions ................................................. (pg. 68 – 70)
How to Fact Check ............................. (pg. 71)

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I have dedicated my life to saving others from hardships and war. My core belief is that the only answer to surviving mass devastation is by being prepared & working together.  My goal is to teach that concept to as many as possible.


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Bundle Includes:

Printed Books:
  • How to Repel a Militaristic Force
  • Book 1: Infantry Tactics
  • Book 2: Close Quarter Combat
  • Book 3: Improvised Explosives
  • Book 4: Radio Communications
  • Book 5: Trauma Care
Videos on USB:

Close Quarter Combat

  • advanced_urban_warfare_ballistic_breaching
  •  anti-rape bonus section knives
  • how to punch
  • Brazilin_ju_jitsu
  • weapons_close_Quater_combat
  • armored_vehicles_qrf_infantry_tactics
  • CQC_Pinch_the_Fat_vs_Pie_the_Corner
  •  death_works
  • elbow and knee breaks
  • Hand_to_Hand_Combat_Tke-Downs
  • Hand_to_Hand_Combatives_Ground_Fighting_and_Counters
  • Knife Fighting - Take-Aways
  • Knife Fighting - Take-Aways_stopping-the-attack
  • Knife Fighting - Target_Areas
  • one-handed-reloads-standing-and-in-vehicle

Infantry Tactics

  • advanced_urban_warfare_prisoner_of_war
  • Infantry_tactics_2-3sec_rushing
  • infantry_tactics_hand_signals_finished_editing
  • infantry_tactics_locating_enemy_sniper_using_sound
  • Infantry_Tactics_TCP_The_Roadblock
  • Infantry_Tactics_TCP_The_Serpentine
  • recovering the wounded

How to Repel a Militaristic Force

  • Bonus: CQC Sentry Take Down
  • Bonus: Full Version Fortification Advanced
  • Bonus: Full Version Fortification of the Basics
  • Bonus: Full Version Repel the Assault
  • Step 1 Fortify Your Position
  • Step 2 Repel The Assault
  •  Step 3 Part 1 Escaping with Your Family
  • Step 3 part 2 Escape the Hide
  • Step 3 part 3 The Peaceful Surrender
  • Step 3 part 4 Avoiding Snipers
  •  Step 4 DAF - Tactically Acquiring a Vehicle
  • Step 4 Evading Trackers and Dogs start at 5 min 45 sec
  • Step 4 part 1 Vehicle Escape
  • Step 4 part 2 Escape on Foot
  • Step 4 part 3 Fishing Hooks
  • Step 4 part 4 Explosives
  • Step 5 Rally Your Community
  • Step 6 Fight Back
  • Thank You

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