Category: Face to Face

Rich gets a new job in Nashville…or two.

Ok folks. Here’s the skinny. My New Job, by Rich Fleetwood…for inquiring minds. I now am a contract employee for a recruiting company that has offices all over the world, including an office here in downtown Nashville. This local recruiter got me a job with FedEx Supply Chain, in late April. Job was prepping new […]

Update, Content, News, and months of podcasts.

Well, it’s been a minute since I’ve posted here on the blog of SurvivalRing, and I do apologize. Life has been rather full outside the front door, and the moments in front of my computer (normally plural…the laptop is still down with a *Windows 10* infection) have been focused on research, online radio work, and […]

THREATS: An Update on E.M.P. – Electro-Magnetic Pulse Attacks, online resources, and the FACTS

This evening, I was going to share a post from the OffTheGrid.com website, called “Electro Magnetic Pulse“. The article was a repost, sourced from the author and science fiction writer Duncan Long, written by him in 1989…a period in which he wrote several survival genre books. Well, since Duncan is a friend of mine on […]

SURVIVAL: The ideal composition of a survival group

Source: inchsurvival.com By: whitewolf Posted on: December 18, 2012 A survival group is ideally composed of people with different traits and skills.  The traits and skills should be complementary.  As the same time, the values and beliefs should be similar, so that the goals are aligned and there is harmony in the group.    This article talks about the […]

SKILLS: Survival Aspects of Leadership

Source: isurvivalskills.blogspot.com By: Bushcraft and Survival Skills Posted on: July 2011 Survival ASPECTS OF LEADERSHIP. When dealing with leadership challenges in a survival situation, the foremost weapon a leader must employ is his vigilance: a leader’s attention should be focused on ensuring all people of the group are contributing to the overall success of the situation. Cohesion. As a leader, […]