Plan, execute and vanish. These 3 words should tell you how to go about doing your business. Just figure it out, make it happen and then leave… No trace.
This is the last Red Teams shirt that will be printed. No more shirts, so you better get it while you can. The goal is set low, 50. I’m sure you will find a good option, either a T, or a long sleeve or a hoodie. There are different colors as well. I am getting 7.
Also, this is the last time I’ll be using Teespring. Unfortunately, as much as I don’t like them, they are the only ones that deliver fast. But, like I said, this is the last tshirt, so make it count.
Java GR0 w/ Tac Rabbit patch, Plan. Execute. Vanish. hoodie, Topeak Peakini II Mini Pump, Lenovo T430s w/ charger running Ubuntu 14.04, Nexus 7 (2012) running Kali Nethunter, w/ charger, Raven Vintage 42mm, Benchmade Ambush, Bogota Titan Picks, 2 x 32GB USB3 Data Traveler USB drives (one with bootable images, one for data), RayBan 3190 Sunglasses, Motorola S305 Bluetooth Stereo Headset w/ Microphone, 2 Sharpies, 2 OptiFlow pens, Generic Notepad, Simple rugged wallet, iPhone 6 64GB Space Gray (not shown since it was used to take the picture).
Pictured at an undisclosed Amtrak station. Always learning to cut out the dead weight, I was really happy to pack a whole weekend trip into the GoRuck Bullet 10L. Also, I want everyone to read The Gift of Fear. Amazing book.
Along with the GORUCK GR0, the GORUCK Bullet 10 is my go-to ruck when I need to carry gear. I use the Bullet 10 for light and fast movement and short recon ops. It sits better than the GR Echo on my back and it’s
perfect for pretty much any daily activity that doesn’t require a laptop.
I love this ruck. Now, it was not designed to carry a laptop. The Bullet 10
has bassically no padding, just a little bit on the back. Put a MacBook Air
11 there and it will remain dry, sure, but it won’t be protected from impacts.
So, after asking our friends and GORUCK and finding no solution, I went
looking for one. Enter the Cargo Works Urban Tactical Laptop+iPad sleeve.
I have a lot of bags. It is one of those few areas where my normal strides towards only having enough completely falls apart. So, I often find that what I need is not another bag — I need better organization and containment options inside of the bags I already have. A new line of offerings…