///E242: An EMP How To Survival Story – Equipping Modern Patriots

E242: An EMP How To Survival Story – Equipping Modern Patriots

Episode 242 - Equipping Modern PatriotsJonathan Hollerman stops back by to discuss his book series Equipping Modern Patriots. We cover everything from him as an author to his biggest prepper fiction pet peeve.

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From the episode 237, you know Jonathan as the former Air-force SERE instructor turned survival retreat consultant. He takes a hard look at preparedness and judges strategies and techniques against his experience seeing some of the worse human traits in action.

And he’s made it his personal mission to teach others how to prepare for the worst-case scenarios. As we covered previously, he’s written a nonfiction manual.

But he’s also written a fiction series titled Equipping Modern Patriots. In his book series, he takes you on a journey in order to teach readers survival lessons. These are the aspects of survival he feels are most important and overlooked. Most notably is human desperation and how good people can do horrible atrocities.

Equipping Modern Patriots Topics Covered:

  • How he came to writing
  • Illustrating the hard choices people must make in a collapse
  • Lessons learned as a SERE instructor and woven into his fiction books
  • Hollerman’s thoughts on what’s wrong with most prepper fiction
  • What one piece of equipment
  • The biggest thing he believes most preppers get wrong
  • Aspects of his preparedness that changed after writing this series
  • His prepper fiction author pet peeve
  • His go-to rifle and why

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By | 2018-01-21T21:53:04+00:00 January 22nd, 2018|ITRH Book Club, Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|0 Comments

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In his free time, Aaron enjoys hogging the remote, surfing, scotch, mental masturbation and debate over philosophical topics, and shooting stuff--usually not all at the same time.

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