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Weapons, Fitness, and Community: Keys to Survival

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In the 10th episode of Season 3 of the Constitution Commandos podcast, hosts Chris and Patrick Williams delve into essential survival skills, emphasizing the importance of weapons, fitness, and community. The episode covers practical tips for starting fires without matches or lighters, using experiences from their own attempts to kindle fire with wet materials. Highlighting the dangers of relying on lighters, they encourage practicing survival skills in uncomfortable situations to improve. The discussion extends to the significance of knowing how to purify water, clean hunted animals, and the overarching theme of preparedness for any situation, especially in the face of potential disasters like an EMP. They advocate for learning and practicing survival skills before they become a necessity, the importance of situational awareness, and building a supportive community for survival. The episode encourages listener engagement and emphasizes the value of sharing knowledge and experiences to foster a sense of unity and preparedness among listeners.

00:00 Welcome to the Constitution Commandos Podcast

00:44 Survival Skills: Mastering Fire Without Matches

01:58 Learning from Experience: The Importance of Practice

03:25 Navigating the Wilderness: Land Navigation Skills

05:42 Preparedness for the Unexpected: EMPs and Survival Skills

13:26 Building Community and Sharing Knowledge

14:59 Embracing Feedback and Learning Together

20:21 Conclusion and Invitation for Feedback

Transcript
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Good morning, patriots, and welcome to the 10th episode of season three.

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Today, we're talking about three keys to survival, weapons, fitness, and community.

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Hey, we'd love to hear your thoughts on this topic, so share them with us.

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Just send us an email at podteam at the constitutioncommandos.

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org.

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I'm your host, Chris Williams, and my brother, Patrick Williams, is

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your co host, and you're listening to the Constitution Commandos.

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All American Commando: things you can do right now, let's say there are no matches,

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there are no lighters, which I don't like the fact, I don't like to count on either

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one of those, because, There is a limited amount of gas in your lighter, and there

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is a limited amount of matches in a box.

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Hold on now, we actually went in the woods one day.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah, but we were dealing with wet brush, and we were doing

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And you know what?

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We need to do that again.

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Yes, we

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All American Commando: do.

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And you can do this in your backyard.

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You can do this, do it in a steel pot on your back porch.

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If you live in an apartment, you can, a ferrocyte rod.

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You can learn how to make a fire without the use of matches and lighters.

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And I'm going to be honest with you.

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I used to be a welder.

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Believe me.

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You do not want to have a big lighter blow up on you.

Commando Crow:

And if somebody attacks you or anything like that, those are miniature bombs.

Commando Crow:

I am opposed to big lighters.

Commando Crow:

There are a lot of survivalists out there to say they'll carry 30 of them.

Commando Crow:

But if I carry 30 of them, they're not going to be near my body.

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I can tell you that right now.

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Yeah, you're right.

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Now, the day that we went out and hit the woods when those leaves were

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there, that's a good example of what we were talking about earlier, because,

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whatever's uncomfortable.

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All American Commando: Oh, and we got our bird's nest, we'd get our bird's

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nest started, but it was smoking so bad we couldn't keep it going.

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But it's something that's uncomfortable, and I

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think that's something that,

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All American Commando: for me, oh, I'm going to try that again, and I'm

Commando Crow:

going to keep trying it until I figure

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it out.

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And,

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that day we both had lighters on us,

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we could have very easily struck a lighter.

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But,

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: what good would our,

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what good would our practicing be if we pulled a lighter out?

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it's

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cheating, isn't it?

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All American Commando: it's easy and even if you carry a zip, I don't care

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if you have a gallon of zip boat fluid, you're going to run out of fluid.

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You're going to run out of fluid.

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One day, you're going to have to know how to start a fire.

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Exactly.

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Learn how to do it without the use of modern tools.

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other than a parasite rod.

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which is what we talked about earlier.

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If it's uncomfortable, practice it.

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All American Commando: Practice these things.

Commando Crow:

Cheers.

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: If you find something that's

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uncomfortable, and you will if you're paying attention,

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if you find something uncomfortable, attack that one thing.

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get good at it.

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All American Commando: Expose yourself to it.

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And that actually will be a benefit for you in the long run.

Commando Crow:

Absolutely.

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All American Commando: Absolutely.

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And

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that was one of the things that we had struggles with that

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day, but there was something else too,

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What was it?

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All American Commando: you got a little turnaround

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: on you got us back to the vehicle, but

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the land aspect, you got a little bit turn around 6 to 10 feet off, I think,

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All American Commando: on the return trip.

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yeah, it's really not big enough of an area to

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be that much off, to be honest.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah, but if you miss it by 10 feet, though, and

Commando Crow:

you walk for a mile and a half, you're gonna be way more than 10 feet off.

Commando Crow:

That's what I'm saying.

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no more distance than we walked.

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I was way off.

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I wasn't even in the ballpark.

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So yeah, that's something I need to practice on for sure.

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And,

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Boy Scouts,

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we did that kind of stuff in Boy Scouts, and how long ago was that?

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No, wait, we'll keep that to ourselves.

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But that was a few years ago, to say the least.

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So it's something,

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these are perishable knowledges, but these are things that are imperative, really,

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in the form of survival.

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It is.

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but,

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as we started talking about though, from the beginning,

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knowing your personal dwelling,

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if you don't know that, don't even get outside your dwelling because you're lost.

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that's all there is to it.

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It is critical to know where you are and know what's around you.

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: And,

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that was something that I learned when the race and deal was going on with dad.

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how many times did I hear Tommy Martin tell dad, you're not

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going to be able to look in that mirror all the time, but you need to know

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where every driver on the track is.

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: And you've done enough driving.

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You know this.

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you're not going to see every driver on the track,

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but if you don't have a sense of where they are, you're going to

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cause problems for you and them.

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: and that's the same thing in

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just what we're talking about.

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right here.

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situational awareness.

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Is extremely critical

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All American Commando: and an EMP is going to be on the far end of the spectrum of,

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but it's not something that's out of consideration,

Commando Crow:

it's something that does need to be considered and it's

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: another thing that you have to consider on these things is

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: If an EMP does happen

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Don't just know how to shoot an animal.

Commando Crow:

You have to know how to clean the animal.

Commando Crow:

You have to know how to purify water.

Commando Crow:

Water purification is going to be one of the most important skills that you'll

Commando Crow:

ever have in these bad situations.

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a lot of people

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: would think just iodine, but you can't get your hands

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on iodine, what are you going to do?

Commando Crow:

That's correct.

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And not everybody's going to have a life straw.

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And if you do have life straws, they're going to wind up surpassing their

Commando Crow:

filtration capabilities at some point.

Commando Crow:

It's about 300 gallons.

Commando Crow:

GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: yeah, I got some that are,

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I think 10, 000,

Commando Crow:

I'm trying to remember, I can't remember his liters or gallons,

Commando Crow:

but it's a different rated is what I'm pointing.

Commando Crow:

look, the bottom line is they're going to wear out.

Commando Crow:

What do you do?

Commando Crow:

what do you do?

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You got no iodine, no filtration, straws, no filtration equipment.

Commando Crow:

It.

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What are you going to do?

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All American Commando: Charcoal and sand, man, that'll filter any kind

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of water out with pea gravel or,

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but learn these skills before these skills are required.

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Learn them.

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and put them in practice.

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If you've only started three fires.

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In a primitive manner, and shit hits the fan, you're going to be better off than

Commando Crow:

that person that has never started a fire.

Commando Crow:

and if you could What is that the survivalist, what is that

Commando Crow:

the evasion instructor was talking about on that video you sent me?

Commando Crow:

He said, the key to evasion is keeping your heart rate down.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Absolutely.

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Keep yourself from making bad decisions.

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And if

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you don't know any of this stuff, you don't know

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: how

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any of this stuff

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: works,

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you're going to panic.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

That's all there is to it.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: And panic is a killer.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

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Panic is a killer.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Absolutely.

Commando Crow:

I got to watch that Urban video too.

Commando Crow:

I got to see that.

Commando Crow:

I've been wanting to see it.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah, it's a great video.

Commando Crow:

I got to follow up on the Donald Trump video.

Commando Crow:

And no, I'm not talking Go ahead.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: you ought to link that video that I told you

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about John with the survival video,

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the, yeah,

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All American Commando: the evasion, you ought to link that.

Commando Crow:

you ought to link that to this video.

Commando Crow:

and I apologize.

Commando Crow:

I cannot recall the man's name.

Commando Crow:

I would like to shoot a shout out for him, but he ought to link it to this video.

Commando Crow:

And.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Link the one with urban evasion,

Commando Crow:

I had to pull that one up.

Commando Crow:

I hadn't even watched that one yet.

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So I will.

Commando Crow:

yeah, the 1st 1, I think is very key.

Commando Crow:

now, based on, where we grew up and we had woods, right?

Commando Crow:

we lived in the woods, right?

Commando Crow:

And so that kind of stuff that we saw on that video you sent

Commando Crow:

me, it's pretty common for us.

Commando Crow:

Maybe not to other people, but the urban video, I would really like to see,

Commando Crow:

as a matter of fact, when we get done here, I'm going to go watch that video,

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: but I think I need to remember the guy's name.

Commando Crow:

I would.

Commando Crow:

Cite him.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: I would like to shout the guy out.

Commando Crow:

I wish I could remember his name.

Commando Crow:

I think if, if you look at the, like I said, you need to pin it,

Commando Crow:

you need to stick it to this video.

Commando Crow:

and anybody I would advise you to watch it.

Commando Crow:

A lot of it is common sense, but a lot of it is common sense stuff that the

Commando Crow:

average person has never thought of.

Commando Crow:

And that would be very good lessons to learn and to

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exercise and practice on.

Commando Crow:

In case of an EMP, it would be worth its weight in gold.

Commando Crow:

and it really is, even if you already know a lot of what he's

Commando Crow:

talking about, it really is worthwhile.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: yeah, in his urban environment, I learned about

Commando Crow:

85 percent of it is that video.

Commando Crow:

I learned about 85 percent of or 85 percent of it, I didn't know.

Commando Crow:

And his second one that I watched, I knew about 95 percent of what he said.

Commando Crow:

But there was 5 percent that I didn't know, and I'll be damned.

Commando Crow:

I am glad I watched it because I learned 5 more percent of knowledge.

Commando Crow:

Now I just have to get out and exercise it.

Commando Crow:

Are you trying to say that you don't know everything?

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: I'll be the first to tell you I don't know everything.

Commando Crow:

I don't know why people think I gotta know everything.

Commando Crow:

So I say, oh, you're so right.

Commando Crow:

And I was like, why do I have to be right?

Commando Crow:

I don't really care much for being right these days.

Commando Crow:

I just don't like it.

Commando Crow:

You were in the 82nd.

Commando Crow:

I was just a poor old squid.

Commando Crow:

So the bottom line is you got a training that I always wanted.

Commando Crow:

when I signed up for the Navy, you already know I signed up to be a seal.

Commando Crow:

And unfortunately I didn't get to go there.

Commando Crow:

But you got a lot of the training I wanted.

Commando Crow:

yeah.

Commando Crow:

And as far as training goes, more training,

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: see, I got more training than a

Commando Crow:

lot of average 82nd airport.

Commando Crow:

Oh, you got a lot of training and a lot of average

Commando Crow:

soldiers didn't get period.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

unless you're talking about Rangers or SF,

Commando Crow:

GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: somebody in the teams,

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: airborne trooper, you got things that

Commando Crow:

a lot of people did not get.

Commando Crow:

Yeah.

Commando Crow:

And just to be fair, for those who are listening, you were gung ho about

Commando Crow:

being a ranger when you went in.

Commando Crow:

So at the very least, ranger, I knew you were trying to go ranger and I thought

Commando Crow:

sF was what you were really, yeah, sF was what you were really looking for.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

I talk to a lot of people now that say, look, I wanted to go in the

Commando Crow:

military, but because I had broken both the bones in my right leg, I couldn't go.

Commando Crow:

I was like, that doesn't make you any less patriot, right?

Commando Crow:

And I actually learned that from Chris Kyle, because you

Commando Crow:

know what Chris Kyle did.

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And.

Commando Crow:

I look up to people like that because they did what I wanted to do, but even

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he said, look, 180 days consecutive on active duty, you're a veteran.

Commando Crow:

And I actually had a commander who sat me down and had a conversation

Commando Crow:

with me because I was down about my job and he wanted to,

Commando Crow:

he wanted to give me some insight on how important my job was.

Commando Crow:

To the bigger picture, right?

Commando Crow:

And because of people like that, I'm able to say this now, there's a lot of

Commando Crow:

people I know who wanted to be in the military that could not, for whatever

Commando Crow:

reason, something outside their control that could not be in the military.

Commando Crow:

I wanted to do what you did.

Commando Crow:

I went in on the pretense that I would still be able to do that and

Commando Crow:

I didn't get to do that still, but.

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You know what I mean?

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You don't have, you don't have to be in those certain positions.

Commando Crow:

It's good to know people in those positions because there are still

Commando Crow:

people who have those skills that have been trained in certain ways that

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can help you out or whatever, right?

Commando Crow:

Not all of us were cut out for that.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: that's why I'm also excited about us changing formats about

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our topics of conversation because want to get more engagement from the audience.

Commando Crow:

I know there are out there that listen.

Commando Crow:

I received 18 echo orders.

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I was going to go through the S.

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F.

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A.

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S.

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Q.

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Course and selection, but I was in a M.

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M.

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R.

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B.

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I know there are people with a higher level of training.

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than what I've got.

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I am proud of the training that I've got.

Commando Crow:

I understand the importance of the training that I've got.

Commando Crow:

I also am more than aware that there are people in the listening

Commando Crow:

audience that have more training.

Commando Crow:

Even then, if they don't have more training, they might have more experience

Commando Crow:

in a different environment than me.

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And Everybody has some knowledge that I will benefit from.

Commando Crow:

So I do with this topic of conversation, which this is, I'm hoping to be our

Commando Crow:

future of podcast is going to be somehow surviving life in a S H T F situation.

Commando Crow:

I am looking forward to receiving input from other people in other

Commando Crow:

skill sets and other environments because I don't know tomorrow.

Commando Crow:

I don't know what my next environment is going to be.

Commando Crow:

I can prepare for the environment that I am in.

Commando Crow:

The first thing people need to understand and accept is you need to come to terms

Commando Crow:

with you do not know what you do not know.

Commando Crow:

That is me 100%.

Commando Crow:

I have no clue what I don't know.

Commando Crow:

And I want feedback.

Commando Crow:

I want people and I'm not saying criticize me.

Commando Crow:

I'm not here to criticize people.

Commando Crow:

I'm here to put out information to help people.

Commando Crow:

So if somebody wants to comment and offer useful knowledge.

Commando Crow:

Not criticisms.

Commando Crow:

I could care less about the critics.

Commando Crow:

I don't care if you criticize me.

Commando Crow:

I don't care about that.

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But then again, I would like to know if I'm a

Commando Crow:

little off spouting or whatever.

Commando Crow:

I don't mind a little constructive criticism.

Commando Crow:

As a matter of fact, I begged for it as a musician.

Commando Crow:

And a lot of people said, I don't want to hurt your feelings.

Commando Crow:

I was like, he just did.

Commando Crow:

the thing is, And you said what I was trying to say better than I said it,

Commando Crow:

but, I think for both of us, and I think I speak for both of us when I say this.

Commando Crow:

It's not just about hearing from people who know things that we don't know.

Commando Crow:

I think a lot of it, for me anyway, is building community now.

Commando Crow:

we need to establish community.

Commando Crow:

We need to get this division from between us.

Commando Crow:

We're Americans.

Commando Crow:

Let's build community.

Commando Crow:

Let's be American.

Commando Crow:

That's what's important to me.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

and that's actually the primary building block,

Commando Crow:

because I guarantee you if things go bad and let's say you're not in

Commando Crow:

a position, whether it be physically or prepared with a weapon and

Commando Crow:

munitions, let's say you don't have the food or the water stockpiled,

Commando Crow:

you don't have a way to bug out.

Commando Crow:

You know what?

Commando Crow:

You have just cut your nose off despite your face.

Commando Crow:

That's right.

Commando Crow:

You have just gotten yourself into a position to where you have no

Commando Crow:

primary, alternate, contingency or,

Commando Crow:

nothing.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: you have gotten yourself into a bad position

Commando Crow:

already, so that's the building block.

Commando Crow:

Now I know and understand that ultimately you're going to be able to depend on

Commando Crow:

yourself, but the more people that you can depend on, the better you're going

Commando Crow:

to be and the better they're going to be.

Commando Crow:

So I would never underwrite or minimize the importance of community.

Commando Crow:

It is important.

Commando Crow:

it's.

Commando Crow:

There's no amount of words to express how important it is.

Commando Crow:

At some point, community is going to have to happen, and it would be a whole lot

Commando Crow:

easier to get a community early than late.

Commando Crow:

yeah, you're right, because, if you wait until you

Commando Crow:

have to have it, you're scrambling and, you may think you know what

Commando Crow:

you're scrambling for, but Yeah.

Commando Crow:

Your brain is blitzed.

Commando Crow:

You don't know what you're looking for.

Commando Crow:

I'm sorry, that's just the way it is.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah, and it goes back to you don't

Commando Crow:

know what you don't know.

Commando Crow:

That's right.

Commando Crow:

And no matter how much you know, you still don't know it all.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: Yeah.

Commando Crow:

But that's why I like the direction that we're going now.

Commando Crow:

I really am looking forward to getting feedback.

Commando Crow:

I research all the time, even with my experience, man, I'm, I run

Commando Crow:

into things constantly that, hey, I either didn't know or I forgot, or

Commando Crow:

it goes in line with what I do know.

Commando Crow:

But it approaches it from a different perspective.

Commando Crow:

And you mean an aha moment?

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: yeah, it gives me a different way of conducting a

Commando Crow:

task that I'm already familiar with.

Commando Crow:

That's right.

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: And once again, that goes back to environments today, I

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can prepare for my current environment.

Commando Crow:

My environment might change.

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if it's not being Arizona,

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GMT20231226-172418_Recording_gvo_1280x720-1: Yeah,

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: if it's an environment, which I do have a

Commando Crow:

lot of training in the desert, so

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if I do,

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and mountain areas,

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: if I do run into an environment that I'm not familiar with,

Commando Crow:

and somebody on here has knowledge of an environment that I'm not familiar with,

Commando Crow:

man, there's no way in the world I'll reject it, because that is the difference

Commando Crow:

between me staying alive or dying.

Commando Crow:

I enjoy life.

Commando Crow:

That's why I want it here.

Commando Crow:

Do live like a freaking American?

Commando Crow:

All American Commando: I do.

Commando Crow:

Yeah, but that's why I joined Airborne, and I wanted Rangers, Special

Commando Crow:

Forces, and had those in my contract.

Commando Crow:

The simple fact of the matter for me back then was, I am joining an

Commando Crow:

organization that is based on war.

Commando Crow:

That's what it exists for, is war.

Commando Crow:

The defense of our nation.

Commando Crow:

People die.

Commando Crow:

I knew that once you got tabs on your shoulder, you were learning

Commando Crow:

more than the average soldier.

Commando Crow:

So I didn't want to just learn what it took to be airborne

Commando Crow:

and have all that training.

Commando Crow:

I wanted to know what it took to be Ranger and get that training.

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And then I wanted to be special forces and to acquire a whole

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nother level of training.

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Now, wait a minute.

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You sound like you're talking about, you're talking about being that one guy

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amongst a few who actually want to live long enough to protect those who can't.

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All American Commando: Absolutely, man.

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It's the strong will to survive.

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That's what's wrong with me.

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That concludes our discussion today and we

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appreciate you for listening.

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We want to hear your views and comments about today's episode.

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Just send us an email to podteam at the constitutioncommandos.

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org.

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Also, visit podchaser.

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com to rate and review our podcast to let us know how we're doing.

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It only takes a moment, but it helps us tremendously.

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Until next time, and on behalf of my brother and myself, we're the Constitution

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Commandos and we're signing off.

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About the Podcast

The Constitution Commandos
Stirring up the American Spirit
Welcome to The Constitution Commandos!
We are a dedicated team committed to shining a light on the circumstances, events, and individuals that pose a threat to the sanctity of America’s Constitution. Our mission is to foster understanding, stimulate dialogue, and inspire action in defense of our nation’s foundational document.

Each week, we delve into the pressing issues that challenge the Constitution’s principles. We explore historical precedents, dissect current events, and forecast potential implications. The discussions on the Constitution Commandos podcast are deeply rooted in personal experiences, life teachings, education, and research. This unique blend of sources ensures that the conversations are both personal and informative, providing our listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the importance and necessity of protecting the Constitution of the United States.

The Constitution Commandos is more than just a podcast; it’s a call to arms for every citizen who values the freedoms and rights enshrined in our Constitution. We believe that knowledge is power, and through our discussions, we aim to equip our listeners with the knowledge they need to safeguard our democracy.

Join us on this journey as we stand guard over the Constitution and navigate the complexities of these challenging times together.
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Chris Williams

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Chris Williams is a dedicated member of the Constitution Commandos, hailing from the vibrant state of Mississippi. Born and raised in the heart of the Magnolia state, Chris has an unwavering commitment to upholding the principles and values enshrined in the United States Constitution.

With a background in the racing industry, Chris has developed a keen sense of precision and attention to detail. His expertise lies in balancing and blueprinting racing engines, where he has honed his craft to perfection. This combination of technical mastery and a determined spirit makes Chris an invaluable asset to the Constitution Commandos.

Beyond his mechanical prowess, Chris is also a talented musician. Whether it be taking the stage as a performer, contributing his instrumental skills as a studio musician, or pouring his heart into writing soul-stirring songs, he uses music as a powerful tool to inspire anyone who listens to his work.

Chris's entrepreneurial spirit has led him to venture into various small businesses, primarily in the realm of residential construction. This experience has equipped him with a practical understanding of the challenges faced by hardworking Americans.

As a proud member of the Army National Guard and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, Chris has demonstrated his allegiance to his country and a commitment to defending the freedoms and liberties enumerated by the Constitution of the United States. His military service has instilled in him a sense of duty and honor that he carries with him in all his endeavors.

Whether it's on the racetrack, on stage, in the business world, or in support and defense of the Constitution, Chris Williams is true American patriot. He is a vital member of the Constitution Commandos, and he tirelessly works to protect and preserve the essence of America's founding principles.

Patrick Williams

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Patrick Williams, a distinguished cohost of The Constitution Commandos, is a true patriot who has demonstrated his devotion to the ideals of the Constitution through both his military service and his advocacy work. Having served in the prestigious 82nd Airborne of the United States Army, Patrick brings a unique perspective to discussions about the importance of constitutional rights.

Enlisting in the military was a natural choice for Patrick, driven by his deep love for his country and a desire to protect the freedoms that make it unique. As a member of the 82nd Airborne, he underwent grueling training and gained invaluable experience in military operations. Patrick's time in the Army not only instilled in him a strong sense of discipline and teamwork but also highlighted the vital role that the Constitution plays in guiding and safeguarding the actions of our armed forces.

After completing his military service, Patrick continued to carry the spirit of duty and service into his civilian life. As a cohost of The Constitution Commandos, he utilizes his firsthand knowledge and experiences to shed light on the constitutional implications of various issues facing our nation today. Through thought-provoking discussions, Patrick underscores the importance of vigilance in protecting our rights and the need for an informed citizenry to actively participate in the democratic process.

Patrick's military background, coupled with his passion for constitutional principles, allows him to provide unique insights into the balance between national security and individual liberties. His comprehensive understanding of military matters, enriches the discussions on The Constitution Commandos, empowering listeners to engage in informed debates about the intersection of constitutional rights.

Patrick Williams, the All American Commando, exemplifies the honor, commitment, and dedication of a true American patriot. Through his service in the esteemed 82nd Airborne and his role as a cohost on The Constitution Commandos, he embodies the importance of defending and upholding the principles enshrined in the Constitution, ensuring a strong and enduring legacy for generations to come.