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The Making of the Commanders Case

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The Commanders Case has become a well loved piece of gear across all branches of the United States military. Given that we are a civilian owned and operated company, you may be wondering: how did we come up with the Commanders Case?

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Living discretely while making a difference

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This post is somewhat of an oxymoron as you will see since I address a certain group of people who will choose not to be vocal, or have chosen not to even go so far as to read a post like this given their stance on OPSEC (or Operations Security). That being said, I hope those of you out there who are more particular about living covertly have fired up your VPN connections and Tor browsers and will consider what I have to say.  When you read the news you will often see terms like "white supremacists", "right wing gun owners", "trump supporters", and...

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Let's talk about our new chest rig features!

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As you may have noticed, we recently redesigned our chest rig line to be more versatile yet still just as lightweight and minimalist as before! We had a lot of requests to make our platform more compatible with plate carriers and also to be more easily adjustable. 

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Key takeaways from Greg Ellifritz's post on "Assumptions and Biases in Training"

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What you put into your mind is what eventually will come out in your actions. When it comes to self defense, that means both filling your mind with knowledge and skills, but also putting yourself in a mental state of confidence in whatever abilities you have and convincing yourself that you WILL win the fight, no matter what.

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Gear for the prepared civilian

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I am a civilian - a prepared civilian. I was never in the military, but I have spent thousands of dollars over the years on training with various instructors from many different fields of expertise. As I trained in both urban and rural tactics, I realized how big of a difference the proper gear can make.

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