Pat Watson, has served as an active duty military member in the Coast Guard for over 8 years completing several overseas deployments for missions including anti-piracy off the coast of Somalia, Counter-Narcotics patrols in the Caribbean and Pacific theaters, as well as domestic Coast Guard deployments. He is currently a local Law Enforcement Officer in Florida and is constantly training and learning new skill sets to bring to his profession and to use for on and off duty survival.
Pat has decided to take the step towards income freedom and is in the beginning stages of building his website and a community of preparedness minded individuals. The topics he writes about and teaches include tools, tactics, leadership, suggested reading, tactical lock picking, and more, related to taking lessons learned from the military and law enforcement and utilizing them in said fields or in your preparedness lifestyle.
A TSPC listener since the beginning struggling as an anarchist in two government jobs, taking what he has learned to better the law enforcement and military culture and to inform Citizens about how their government operates and what they can learn from it.
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- Walking To Freedom
- TSP Gear
- TspAz.com – Support TSP When You Shop Amazon
- Uncensored Tactical
- Lock Pick Laws Map
- Paper and Fire – John Melloncamp
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