AUSA2016: Dude, where’s my phys sec?

Maybe by writing this post I am confirming that I don’t have a lot of experiences tending many large conferences, but I felt like this should be discussed. There was a completely mind boggling lack of security at AUSA 2016 considering the clientele present. I realize I certainly wasn’t the only veteran or security professional…

Doc. Release: S&W Govt. only catalogue

I brought back something from AUSA that I was excited to share. The scientists in the Inferno successfully reverse engineered the Smith & Wesson MIL/LE only catalogue for digital distribution. Smith & Wesson Govt only catalogue Below is a dramatization of events  at AUSA leading up to acquiring the catalogue.

AUSA 2016: First impressions

I had the fortune and ability to attend this year’s AUSA conference in Washington DC. This was admittedly my first large defense industry conference. I was unfortunately only able to attend the last two days, both of which were¬† disrupted by job obligations but I was able to take some photographs, bring back some literature…

Repost: Afghanistan prepares to surrender.

Clickbait title? You bet. The statement may seem outlandish, but it’s probably not. I read an article from LA Times that I felt was worth sharing. Afghanistan is feverishly working on a deal to amnesty Gulbuddin Hekmatyar and any insurgents related to him including those already incarcerated for war crimes or terrorism. Unfortunately, to judge…