Samuel Culper is a former military and contract intelligence analyst. After serving three years in Iraq and Afghanistan, he started teaching intelligence skills to the survival and preparedness community.
He’s currently the director of Forward Observer’s SHTF Intelligence Center. Forward Observer is made up of current and former intelligence professionals and special operations soldiers who believe the country is on the downward trend of empires.
This is measured in terms of security, liberty, economics, morality, military power, and influence. They feel the next generation will inherit an America and a world very different from the one its grandparents had.
Samuel joins us today to discuss how proactive pre SHFT intelligence can be your greatest asset in surviving troubled times.
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