Survival Retreat

In a TEOTWAWKI or WROL situation, defense will be key to your survival as a prepper. You will be targeted. They will come after you. Be ready, get your ducks in a row. Defense is key.

Is your retreat ready for defense? Are you prepared for a WROL or SHTF event? Can you defend yourself and your family?

Practice shooting, fire drills, harden your home, have escape routes, are just some of the things you must do.

To learn more about GEN 4 survival retreats
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I have been busy designing and building Gen 4™ prepper retreats. This video is a intro to the Gen 4 Design concept. I have the opportunity to publish a book on retreat design and construction. It will be a matter of finding the time to write it and also compile the information into a useable format.

The Gen 4 Design is my proprietary design and part of my complete system of prepping. It offers the utmost in security and defendability.

Reality dictates that there is no fail safe method of survival or defense of a person or a retreat. All we can do is attempt to minimize our risks and exposures by building into the retreat as many defense elements as possible.

As a bodyguard and a designer of retreats, I am highly aware of the shortcomings in both of these areas. In Executive Protection, if someone really wants to take out my client, by employing overwhelming force, there is little that can be done. All I can do is minimize the risk by building a defensive barrier for my clients protection that makes the bad guy use more resources to accomplish an attack. The same applies to retreats. By integrating multiple layers of defense mechanisms in the design and building of a retreat, I can minimize the risk of being overwhelmed as well as increase the probability of defending the retreat. That being said, there are no guarantees. Life is a game of probabilities.

I design retreats. Are they perfect? No. But they are, in my opinion, better than anything I have seen out there so far. I have put years of my life into designing and building retreats. Having grown up as a young boy working for my father, who was an excavator/land developer/builder, in some ways, I believe building retreats was part of my destiny.

I have been given the opportunity to write a book on the subject, it will be a major challenge. I hope I have the time and energy and can pass on my knowledge to other preppers before the SHTF.

A good defense will always have an element of offensive capability employed. Perimeter warning systems, patrols of property, LP/OP etc. will hopefully give ample warning time to employ an offensive team as well as a long range ability to defeat the threat. It is not wise to sit and wait for the enemy to start shooting at your dwelling. Everyone in our group trains several times a week. We employ movement into our fire team training as well as long range precision shooting. You can never train too much or be too prepared.

The best designed and built retreat will not be effective from a survival defense perspective unless the individuals are trained and disciplined. Skill and training are part of the package and are paramount.

Our dwelling also allow for a tactical withdrawal and retreat if we are overwhelmed. Also note that the main dwellings do not hold our supplies. Our supplies are all cached in various locations. It the enemy should breach our security and overwhelm us we would simply retreat. But they would inherit little more than an empty shell of a building.

Also note that anyone attempting to overtake the retreat will pay dearly. There are multiple layers of security features to give us ample warning to counter a threat. There are also barriers and traps that would be very costly to an intruder. An intruder would pay dearly and have to fight with blood to gain a foothold.

A good defense will always have an element of offensive capability employed. Perimeter warning systems, patrols of property, LP/OP etc. will hopefully give ample warning time to employ an offensive team as well as a long range ability to defeat the threat. It is not wise to sit and wait for the enemy to start shooting at your dwelling. Everyone in our group trains several times a week. We employ movement into our fire team training as well as long range precision shooting. You can never train too much or be too prepared.

The best designed and built retreat will not be effective from a survival defense perspective unless the individuals are trained and disciplined. Skill and training are part of the package and are paramount.

Our dwelling also allow for a tactical withdrawal and retreat if we are overwhelmed. Also note that the main dwellings do not hold our supplies. Our supplies are all cached in various locations. It the enemy should breach our security and overwhelm us we would simply retreat. But they would inherit little more than an empty shell of a building.

Also note that anyone attempting to overtake the retreat will pay dearly. There are multiple layers of security features to give us ample warning to counter a threat. There are also barriers and traps that would be very costly to an intruder. An intruder would pay dearly and have to fight with blood to gain a foothold.

God Bless You,
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