The worst has happened. The S has hit the F, and civil unrest has erupted in its wake. Resources are tight, and many good people are now open to doing some not so good things. One day, a group rolls into town, raids your neighborhood’s resources, guns blazing. Your group fights back and wins. But, now there are bodies on the ground, and it’s your job to patch people back together. What do you do? Read more “Triage, Post-Collapse Priorities”
Imagine being ambushed by al Queda on a bridge in their home turf. You go black on ammo and are forced to re-supply off your dead and wounded. When that goes south, you’re left with nothing but a pistol. The combat report comes in after the battle, and you’ve officially just dodged more than 2,000 rounds while returning fire and eliminating the threat… welcome to your first day in Ramadi.
This Monday, April 15, on The Gun Show Dave Womach dives into the world of combat with First Lieutenant Harry Golden to discover the real secrets of fighting. Chances are that you’ve read his story on the pages of “Saber’s Edge” by Thomas A. Middleton. Being a bit of a survivalist himself, he offers an unprecedented look into the reality of war. It isn’t about marksmanship; it’s about fighting with your weapon. Buddy teams, medics, vehicle born assaults, and defending the homestead. Join into the listen and chat section, or simply call in to ask any questions you’d like.
About LT Golden:
First Lieutenant Harry Golden served his country for 12 years. First deployed for nine months in Support of Operation Desert Storm. Later he enlisted in the Army National Guard and attended Officer Candidate School. He was deployed for 20 consecutive months in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 3-4 & 5-6. During a six month period, while attached to the 2nd Marine Division, Golden’s 21 Troopers of Blackjack Third Platoon 1/104 CAV, 28th ID, earned one Silver Star, three Bronze Stars with Valor, four Bronze Stars and five Purple Hearts for direct combat against al Queda in al Anbar Province, Ramadi, Iraq. Now retired, he lives in the South-West and tends to his flock of chickens.