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Colonel Ulius Louis Amoss. Originated Leaderless Resistance concept.

Today is the anniversary of the death of Colonel Ulius Louis “Pete” Amoss. This former OSS officer was best known as the originator of the resistance warfare concepts of Leaderless Resistance and “phantom cells.” Amoss was born in 1895 and died on November 9, 1961 from coronary thrombosis. He had a fascinating life.

November 9th, 1938 was “Kristallnacht”. Be forewarned, folks: Once a group in any society has been singled out for ridicule and persecution, then they can be systematically attacked, physically. Someday it may be “Constitutionalists” who are targeted.

I’m pleased to report that we’ve established an affiliate advertising relationship with MagPul Industries. Although I’d prefer that you order your MagPul PMAGs through one of our long-time advertisers like GunMag Warehouse, Brownells, or Palmetto State Armory, you can now also order them directly from the MagPul factory, at roughly the same price.

Today’s feature article was written by Field Gear Editor Thomas Christianson.

We are in need of entries for Round 103 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. More than $750,000 worth of prizes have been awarded since we started running this contest. Round 103 ends on November 30th, so get busy writing and e-mail us your entry. Remember that there is a 1,500-word minimum, and that articles on practical “how-to” skills for survival have an advantage in the judging.

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